As long as we realize that, we may not get to the golden mean when we would like, but perhaps others will.
The golden mean meant struggle—a struggle constant and eternal—to maintain an equilibrium.
It 's what they call the golden mean; too close, too far, we're strangers.
I'm not for the golden mean in every instance; it's a way of exhorting to brutal selfishness.
The fact is that Blackie is a philosopher, who follows the golden mean.
There is no ease, no unaffected simplicity of manner, no “golden mean.”
Lincoln's doctrine of the golden mean, became for once a political power.
Up to a certain degree it therefore became necessary to modernize; but the difficulty was to find the golden mean.
To do what one could under the circumstances, was not that the golden mean?
I have seldom found any such thing as a golden mean in this respect, among them.