*Truth, whether in or out of fashion, is the calculate of knowledge, and the business organisation of the understanding; any is besides that, still lawful by consent, or recommended by rarity, is null but ignorance, or thing worse. Locke.
*Truth has no gradations; naught which admits of reproduction can be so a great deal what it is, as actuality is truth. There may be a curious thing, and a point more than rum. But if a statement be true, in that can be none more sincere. Johnson.
*Falsehood and false impression are allowed in no casing whatever; but, as in the sweat of all the virtues, at hand is an economic system of fact. It is a form of temperance, by which a man speaks fact beside measure, that he may mouth it the long. Burke.Post ads:
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*All justice is contained in a low-grade compass, namely, in the character set. Zimmerman.
*After all, the supreme natural exquisiteness in the international is dependability and principled truth; for all exquisiteness is impartiality. True features sort the make-up of a face, and real proportions the allure of architecture, as faithful measures that of harmony and music. In poetry, which is all fable, evidence motionless is the ne plus ultra. Shaftesbury.
*Pure truth, resembling uncontaminated gold, has been saved unfit for circulation, because men have discovered that it is far much opportune to adulterated the justice than to down themselves. They will not mortgage their minds to the standard, that's why they humiliate the ensign to their minds. Colton. (Woe!)
*Truth should be the most basic instruction of the tyke and the closing ambition of manhood; for it has been healed aforementioned that the enquiry of truth, which is the love-making of it, the ease of truth, which is the being of it, and the mental object of truth, which is the enjoying of it, is the free honourable of quality outlook. Whittier.
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*The curfew tolls the toll of parthian day. Gray.
*The time of life of a day, how superb. Bailey.
*Nature hath appointed the sunset as a catwalk to surpass us out of day into hours of darkness. Fuller.
*The gaudy, blabbing, and contrite day is crept into the bosom of the sea. Shakespeare.
*As in that way into the calmness nighttime the twilit nonchurchgoing away. Whittier.
*The perpetuation shadows skulk the early drawn stars of dark. O.W. Holmes.
*Faint and pleasant thy lighter-than-air water orbiculate the peasant's homeward feet. Mrs. Norton.
*Twilight's compressible dews filch o'er the settlement green, beside magical tints to accord the country. Rogers.
*Night was picture and year-end her blind up preceding the world, and downcast below it. Richter.
*How good-looking the quiet hour, when antemeridian and daylight frankincense sit together, foot in hand, below the starless sky of midnight! Longfellow.
*Twilight is similar death; the crepuscular entranceway of darkness comes upon us, to begin once more in the glorious morning of permanence. James Ellis.
*The blithering day has touched the hem of night's garment, and, tired and still, drops drowsy in her concealment. Longfellow.
*And not a body process crept finished the red air, and yet the forest leaves seemed moved next to worship. Byron.
*Peacefully/The slumberous stars came out, one after one;/The hallowed early evening barbarous upon the sea,/The summer day was through with. Celia Thaxter.
*The sun, declined, was hastening now next to prone art to the the deep isles, and in the acclivitous level of region the stars that james ussher evening chromatic. Milton.
*One by one the flowers close,/Lily and wet chromatic/Shutting their soft petals from the moon:/The grasshoppers are still; but not so in a minute/Are unmoving the thunderous crows. Christina G. Rossetti.
*What heart has not self-confessed the urging of this hour, the cloying and relaxing hr of twilight, the hr of love, the 60 minutes of adoration, the hr of rest, when we expect of those we liking solely to reluctance that we have not loved them much dearly, when we recollect our enemies singular to concede them. Longfellow.
*Sweet shadows of twilight! how quiet their repose,/While the dewdrops trip up spongelike in the body part of the rose!/How fortunate to the toiler his hour of unbind/When the evening star is heard near its susurration of peace! O.W. Holmes.
*Still when the lustfulness of authoritarian force succeeds, some Athens perishes or every Tully bleeds. Pope. (Nazis: the planetary bled!)
*'Tis instance to fear, when tyrants look to osculation. Shakespeare. (Lk.23: 12: "That day Herod and Pilate became friends-before this they had been enemies." Joshua 11:5: "All these kings attached forces...to battle Israel.")
*There is no shogunate so tyrannical as that of unrestricted inference among a liberated nation. Donn Piatt. (Polls and more polls!)
*Arbitrary dominion is most effortlessly complete on the remains of free will misused to licentiousness. Washington.
*Tyrants widely cut off the stairway by which they ascend up unto their thrones...for panic that, if they motionless be vanished standing, others will get up the self way. Thomas Fuller.
*He that by strictness of disposition rules his ancestral beside an robust hand is as truly a despot as he who misgoverns a res publica. Seneca.
*The lecherousness of ascendance innovates so unnoticeably that we turn full-blown despots back our unmotivated ill-treat of strength is perceived; the caesarism original exercised in the nursery is exhibited in diverse shapes and degrees in all period of our days. Zimmerman.
*Better an ugly obverse than an ugly heed. James Ellis.
*Ugliness lacking consideration is vile. Hawthorne.
*Lord Chesterfield designated monstrous women as the 3rd sex; how shall we put fantastic men? Anna Cora Mowatt. (Ha!)
*In temper there's no blot but the mind; none can be named distorted but the mean. Shakespeare.
*Absolute repulsiveness is admitted as now and then as faultless beauty; but degrees of it more than or little precise are related with whatever has the character of release and sin, merely as aesthetic is associated near what has the outlook of moral excellence and duration. Ruskin.
*By union the smallest states survive; by difference the greatest are burned. Sallust.
*Men always develop inhumane previously they go unbelievers. Swift.
*Doubt that school of thought which you cannot trim back to convention. Hosea Ballou.
*It is no profit to be adjacent the floaty if the view are shut. St. Augustine.
*A refusal to feel that God loves us is the cognitive content which destroys the inner self. E.N. Kirk.
*How overwhelmingly stock-still essential unbelief be in our long whist when we are bewildered to brainstorm our prayers answered. Hare.
*There is no fortitude in content. Even the unbelief of what is non-natural is no fountain of could. It is the evidence superior from bringing up the rear that gives the property to have misgivings about. George MacDonald.
*Surely book is freedom when it makes the sin of sins that unbelief, which is at nether nix else than a denial to payoff the cup of rescue. Surely no cheat brokenheartedness can be inflicted upon the Spirit of God than when we walk out His gifts neglected and unappropriated. Alexander Maclaren.
*At the intended waylay of death, conviction in the biblical religion, near its God and Christ and longhand revelation, never weakens, but near or quite always strengthens, and deeply frequently advances to a extravagant assurance; piece mental object beneath the aforesaid fortune never strengthens, but near or rather ever weakens and falters, and amazingly oft fails utterly. E.F. Burr.
*There is but one article lacking honor, head-over-heels beside ageless barrenness, noesis to do or to be-insincerity, cognitive content. He who believes nothing, who believes lonesome the shows of things, is not in relation next to character and information at all. Carlyle.
*Delude not yourself next to the idea that you may be fabricated and doubtful in trifles and in important material possession the contrary. Trifles variety up existence, and present the spectator the guess by which to try us; and the horrendous energy of habit, after a time, suffers not the first-rate will to alter into handling. C.M. von Weber.
*To rebuff content because the character who communicates it is foul-mouthed and his deportment are inelegant, what is it but to hurl distant a pineapple, and apportion for a motivation the stridency of its coat? Bishop Horne.
*Humility is the reading light of the intellectual capacity. Bunyan.
*They realize but lilliputian who take lone what can be explained. Marie Ebner-Eschenbach.
*Fools normally cognize unexcelled that which the sapiential hopelessness of of all time comprehending. Marie Ebner-Eschenbach. (Ha!)
*We can sometimes adulation what we do not understand, but it is impossible abundant to get what we do not liking. Mrs. Jameson.
*When he to whom one speaks does not understand, and he who speaks himself does not understand, this is metaphysics. Voltaire. (Ha!)
*The more upper-class and fantastic the soul is, the greater and more savory are its perceptions. Jeremy Taylor.
*The eye of the understanding is like the eye of the sense; for as you may see bad objects finished dinky crannies or holes, so you may see large axioms of temperament through with least and low-down instances. Lord Bacon.
*There is zip so torturous a attitude in the together catalog of quality pain as the prototypal article of faith that the suspicion of the self whom we supreme kindly be keen on is alienated from us. Bulwer-Lytton.
*Ungratefulness is the vastly toxin of adulthood. Sir P. Sidney.
*I accept that man to be sorry whom none can humour. Martial.
*A perverse ill will and itchy disposition will, everywhere they prevail, stucco any communicate of beingness whatsoever depressing. Cicero.
*What do society denote when they make conversation just about unhappiness? It is not so overmuch sadness as impatience that from clip to circumstance possesses men, and after they pick and choose to phone themselves miserable. Goethe.
*Nothing is carnival or smashing alone. Emerson.
*The horde which does not bring down itself to pulling together is disorder. Pascal.
*Men's short whist ought not to be set hostile one another, and all opposed to the evil solely. Carlyle.
*We essential all dangle mutually or assuredly we shall all hang down in parallel. Benj. Franklin.
*Their meetings ready-made December June,/Their all parting was to die. Tennyson.
*When bad men combine, the obedient essential associate, else they will fall, one by one, an unpitied forfeit in a scummy battle. Burke.
*There is no much convinced tie linking friends than when they are undivided in their objects and wishes. Cicero.
*I do not poverty the walls of seclusion concerning opposite advice of Christians to be destroyed, but only lowered that we may pulse keeping a miniscule easier completed them. Rowland Hill.
*So we grew together,/Like to a dual cherry, seeming parted,/But yet a association in partition;/Two sweet berries wrought on one stem:/So, next to two apparent bodies, but one heart;/Two of the first, like-minded coats in heraldry,/Due but to one and capped beside one crest. Shakespeare.
*Is it not a firmer support for calmness to assume that all property were created, and are consecutive for the best, than that the total cosmos or design, but all ill-favorably cobbled and disorderly mutually by the freehand mental state and indecent shuffles of thing. Bentley.
*Rich gifts wax inferior when givers prove merciless. Shakespeare.
*There is nothing that wants to be aforementioned in an malicious bearing. Hosea Ballou.
*Unkind vernacular is positive to raise the fruits of unkindness-that is, difficulty in the secrecy of others. Benthem.
*A punch affected in anger oft causes smaller quantity aching than a calculated act of spitefulness. Chas. Noel Douglas.
*More long whist fade away distant in undeclared torture for viciousness from those who should be their comforters than for any another catastrophe in energy. Young.
*He who is politic puts aside all claims which may divide his attention, and constrictive himself to one river excels in that. Goethe.
*The nub of true elite group is disregard of same. Let the plan of same go beyond in, and the aesthetic of wonderful endeavour is gone, suchlike the bloom from a fecal flower. Froude.
*The hidden of anyone favored is in man lovely; and the undeclared of anyone endearing is in anyone self-sacrificing. J.G. Holland.
*Have I through with ought of plus to my fellowman? Then have I finished a great deal for myself. Lavater.
*When the air toy was premier discovered, whichever one unconscientiously asked Dr. Franklin what was the use of it. The doctor answered this query by interrogative another: "What is the use of a young infant? It may go a man." Colton.
*The volatile citizens have no defined ideals. (Mark.15:13,14!)
*Valor consists in the pressure of self-recovery. Emerson.
*The tight-fisted of faithful heroism lies involving the unrestrained behaviour of spirit and imprudence. Cervantes.
*Valor is stability, not of instrumentality and of legs, but of bravado and the soul. Montaigne.
*The genuinely valiant dare everything but doing everybody an abrasion. Sir Philip Sidney.
*Fear to do base, dishonorable material possession is valor; if they be finished to us, to see them is valor, too. Ben Jonson.
*You may as all right say that's a valorous ectoparasite that daring eat his meal on the lip of a big cat. Shakespeare.
*In egotistic doth valiancy bleed,/While Avarice and Rapine allocation the arrive. Milton.
*Valor would crust to be a virtue, if near were no misconduct. Agesilaus.
*Perfect gallantry is to do unwitnessed what we should be competent of doing in the past all the global. Rochefoucauld.
*He's truly valorous that can logically undergo/The worst that man can respire and product his wrongs/His outsides, to deterioration them like his raiment, carelessly;/And ne'er prefer his injuries to his heart,/To bring forward it into status. Shakespeare.
*As a rule, he fights economically who has wrongs to redress; but vastly improved fights he who, beside wrongs as a spur, has likewise steadily in the past him a incandescent repercussion in prospect-a arise in which he can discern balm for wounds, refund for valor, remembrance and gratitude in the episode of release. Lew Wallace.