Hesiod was a prolific Greek poet considered by scholars to be active somewhere around the same time as Homer between 750 B.C and 650 B.C. Hesiod is accredited with establishing Greek religious customs through his writings, thoughts, poems, and works. Going by the modern scholars, Hesiod is considered as a major source on Greek mythology, early economic thought, ancient time-keeping, farming techniques and archaic Greek astronomy. Some of his other famous writings, thoughts and poems include, ‘Precepts of Chiron’, ‘Megalai Ehoiai’, ‘Kiln or Potters’, ‘Melampodia’, ‘Astronomia’ and ‘Descent of Perithous’. Following is a list of quotable quotes and sayings by Hesiod which have been curated from his writings, thoughts, opinions, works, poems and life. Go through the quotations and thoughts by Hesiod on blessing, shame, idleness, romantic, happiness, justice, path, trust, enemy, race, women, marriage, moment, life, miserable, acquisition, time, city etc and get enlightened.