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Archibald Alexander Hodge
   said   
"It is Easier to Find a Score of Men Wise Enough to Discover the Truth Than to Find One Intrepid Enough, in the Face of Opposition, to Stand up for It"
An American Presbyterian Leader
Buddha
   said   
"Better Than a Thousand Hollow Words, is One Word That Brings Peace."
Buddha
   said   
"It is Better to Travel Well Than to Arrive."
Buddha
   said   
"Wakefulness is the Way to Life."
Buddha
   said   
"We Are What We Think."
Dalai Lama
   said   
"In the Practice of Tolerance, One’s Enemy is the Best Teacher"
The spiritual leader of Tibetan people
Dalai Lama
   said   
"Our Prime Purpose in This Life is to Help Others. And if You Can’t Help Them, at Least Don’t Hurt Them"
The spiritual leader of Tibetan people
Desiderius Erasmus
   said   
"Nothing is As Peevish and Pedantic As Men’s Judgments of One Another"
Dutch humanist and theologian
Geoffrey Fisher
   said   
"In a Civilized Society, All Crimes Are Likely to Be Sins, but Most Sins Are Not and Ought Not to Be Treated As Crimes"
Archbishop of Canterbury
Gordon. B. Hinckley
   said   
"Our Kindness May Be the Most Persuasive Argument for That Which We Believe"
Author, President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Henry Ward Beecher
   said   
"Books Are Not Made for Furniture, but There is Nothing else That So Beautifully Furnishes a House"
American Congregationalist
Henry Ward Beecher
   said   
"The Philosophy of One Century is the Common Sense of the Next"
American Congregationalist
John Donne
   said   
"More Than Kisses, Letters Mingle Souls"
Jacobean poet and preacher
John Donne
   said   
"No Man is an Island, Entire of Itself; Every Man is a Piece of the Continent a Part of the Main"
John Wesley
   said   
"Beware You Be Not Swallowed up in Books! An Ounce of Love is Worth a Pound of Knowledge"
Anglican minister and Christian theologian
John Wesley
   said   
"Electricity is the Soul of the Universe."
Laurence Sterne
   said   
"The Desire of Knowledge, Like the Thirst of Fiches, Increases Ever With the Acquisition of It"
Irish-born English novelist and an Anglican clergyman
Lyman Abbott
   said   
"The Highest Qualities of Character…must Be Earned"
American Congregationalist minister
Mahatma Gandhi
   said   
"As Long As You Derive Inner Help and Comfort from Anything, Keep It."
Indian political and spiritual leader
Mahatma Gandhi
   said   
"There is More to Life Than Increasing Its Speed."
Martin Luther
   said   
"Christian Life Consists of Faith and Charity"
German priest and scholar
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"At the Centre of Non-violence Stands the Principle of Love"
Nobel Prize winner 1964
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"I Have Decided to Stick With Love. Hate is Too Great a Burden to Bear"
Nobel Prize winner 1964
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"In the End, We Will Remember Not the Words of Our Enemies, but the Silence of Our Friends"
One of the main leaders of the American civil rights movement
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"Let No Man Pull You Low Enough to Hate Him"
American civil rights leader
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"Nothing in the World is More Dangerous Than Sincere Ignorance and Conscientious Stupidity"
One of the main leaders of the American civil rights movement
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"We Must Learn to Live Together As Brothers or Perish Together As Fools"
Martin Luther
   said   
"Who Loves Not Women, Wine and Song, Remains a Fool His Whole Life Long"
German Protestant theologian
Paul Tillich
   said   
"Cynically Speaking, One Could Say That It is True to Life to Be Cynical About It"
German-American theologian and Christian existentialist philosopher
St Augustine of Hippo
   said   
"Charity is No Substitute for Justice Withheld"
St Augustine of Hippo
   said   
"Poetry is the Devil's Wine"
Catholic Father of the Church, 354-430
Thomas Fuller
   said   
"All Things Are Difficult Before They Are Easy"
English clergyman & historian
Thomas Fuller
   said   
"Bad Excuses Are Worse Than None"
English clergyman & historian
Thomas Fuller
   said   
"We Are All Adam’s Children but Silk Makes the Difference"
English churchman and historian
Thomas Fuller
   said   
"A Wise Man Turns Chance Into Good Fortune"
English clergyman & historian
Thomas Fuller
   said   
"Zeal Without Knowledge is Fire Without Light"
English clergyman & historian


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