Art is I; science is we.
We are never beneath hope while above hell; nor above hope while beneath heaven.
Summer is every man a king and every woman a queen.
I am not at a loss for a word; Pitt is never at a loss for the word.
Barring some piece of luck I have seen but few men get rich rapidly except by means that would make them writhe to have known in public.
I am totally bewildered by the sentences above. I just can't figure out what these expressions really mean. I would be grateful if someone could tell me the meanings of these sentences or paraphrase them to be easily comprehensible.