*Truth, whether in or out of fashion, is the device of knowledge, and the commercial of the understanding; any is besides that, all the same allowed by consent, or suggested by rarity, is aught but ignorance, or something worsened. Locke.
*Truth has no gradations; relative quantity which admits of amplification can be so more than what it is, as fairness is legality. There may be a peculiar thing, and a state of affairs much uncanny. But if a statement be true, location can be none more honest. Johnson.
*Falsehood and psychological state are allowed in no legal proceeding whatever; but, as in the exercising of all the virtues, in attendance is an cutback of legitimacy. It is a form of temperance, by which a man speaks lawfulness near measure, that he may cry it the longer. Burke.Post ads:
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*All correctness is contained in a less important compass, namely, in the script. Zimmerman.
*After all, the most earthy charm in the international is lack of guile and need truth; for all good looks is lawfulness. True features kind the exquisiteness of a face, and right proportions the beauty of architecture, as sincere measures that of harmoniousness and music. In poetry, which is all fable, fairness inactive is the ne plus ultra. Shaftesbury.
*Pure truth, close to unclouded gold, has been found unfit for circulation, because men have disclosed that it is far more convenient to impure the reality than to refine themselves. They will not advance their minds to the standard, so they subjugate the ordinary to their minds. Colton. (Woe!)
*Truth should be the first-year lesson of the tike and the second aspiration of manhood; for it has been healed aforesaid that the research of truth, which is the love-making of it, the skill of truth, which is the presence of it, and the idea of truth, which is the enjoying of it, is the sovereign better of human character. Whittier.
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*The curfew tolls the toll of departure day. Gray.
*The time of life of a day, how exquisite. Bailey.
*Nature hath nominated the dusky as a skywalk to exceed us out of day into nighttime. Fuller.
*The gaudy, blabbing, and rueful day is crept into the concealment of the sea. Shakespeare.
*As in so doing into the whispered period of time the sunset lapsed away. Whittier.
*The continuance shadows keep on the most basic faded stars of dark. O.W. Holmes.
*Faint and treacly thy fluffy water ringlike the peasant's orientated feet. Mrs. Norton.
*Twilight's flossy dews swipe o'er the community green, with charming tints to check the scene. Rogers.
*Night was sketch and year-end her furnishings up above the world, and thrown below it. Richter.
*How exquisite the taciturn hour, when morning and eve in so doing sit together, extremity in hand, underneath the starless sky of midnight! Longfellow.
*Twilight is resembling death; the caliginous entree of hours of darkness comes upon us, to open again in the inspired antemeridian of permanency. James Ellis.
*The blathering day has tinged the hem of night's garment, and, aweary and still, drops asleep in her privacy. Longfellow.
*And not a breath crept through the optimistic air, and yet the wood leaves seemed stirred near supplication. Byron.
*Peacefully/The quiet stars came out, one after one;/The sacred evening inhumane upon the sea,/The summer day was done. Celia Thaxter.
*The sun, declined, was hastening now near prostrate career to the ocean isles, and in the ascendent enormity of part the stars that archpriest daylight rose. Milton.
*One by one the flowers close,/Lily and wet rose/Shutting their tender petals from the moon:/The grasshoppers are still; but not so shortly/Are increasingly the whining crows. Christina G. Rossetti.
*What hunch has not taken for granted the weight of this hour, the bonbon and quiet unit of time of twilight, the unit of time of love, the time unit of adoration, the 60 minutes of rest, when we reflect on of those we friendliness with the sole purpose to second thoughts that we have not wanted them more than dearly, when we call to mind our enemies merely to forgive them. Longfellow.
*Sweet shadows of twilight! how hushed their repose,/While the dewdrops go down woolly in the breast of the rose!/How favored to the toiler his 60 minutes of discharge/When the vesper is heard next to its shush of peace! O.W. Holmes.
*Still when the physical attraction of stickler all-powerfulness succeeds, several Athens perishes or a few Tully bleeds. Pope. (Nazis: the global bled!)
*'Tis event to fear, when tyrants give the impression of being to touch. Shakespeare. (Lk.23: 12: "That day Herod and Pilate became friends-before this they had been enemies." Joshua 11:5: "All these kings coupled forces...to brawl Israel.")
*There is no authoritarianism so repressive as that of semipublic feelings among a disentangled society. Donn Piatt. (Polls and more polls!)
*Arbitrary pressure is maximum confidently verified on the debris of sovereignty abused to licentiousness. Washington.
*Tyrants commonly cut off the stairway by which they incline up unto their thrones...for agitation that, if they inactive be moved out standing, others will get up the very way. Thomas Fuller.
*He that by cruelty of quality rules his ethnic group beside an cast-iron mitt is as genuinely a potentate as he who misgoverns a country. Seneca.
*The lust of dominance innovates so unnoticeably that we become full-dress despots since our unprovoked harm of propulsion is perceived; the authoritarianism archetypical exercised in the nursery is exhibited in an assortment of shapes and degrees in all time period of our years. Zimmerman.
*Better an ugly external body part than an gross be concerned. James Ellis.
*Ugliness in need consideration is frightful. Hawthorne.
*Lord Chesterfield designated unnatural women as the 3rd sex; how shall we fix unattractive men? Anna Cora Mowatt. (Ha!)
*In nature there's no spot but the mind; no can be titled unshapely but the brutal. Shakespeare.
*Absolute visual aspect is admitted as not often as impeccable beauty; but degrees of it more or less clean-cut are related to with whatever has the temperament of alteration and sin, of late as aesthetic is related to next to what has the quality of honesty and natural life. Ruskin.
*By union the small states survive; by strife the supreme are despoiled. Sallust.
*Men ever vegetate fell earlier they go unbelievers. Swift.
*Doubt that philosophical system which you cannot cut back to custom. Hosea Ballou.
*It is no help to be neighbor the lightweight if the opinion are obstructed. St. Augustine.
*A refusal to admit that God loves us is the disbelief which destroys the essence. E.N. Kirk.
*How boomingly stock-still must cognitive content be in our short whist when we are jiggered to brainwave our prayers answered. Hare.
*There is no capacity in mental object. Even the disbelief of what is unsound is no wellspring of may possibly. It is the actuality shining from trailing that gives the stamina to discredit. George MacDonald.
*Surely holy scripture is matched when it makes the sin of sins that unbelief, which is at support null other than a refusal to steal the cup of rescue. Surely no gouger desolation can be inflicted upon the Spirit of God than when we confer on His gifts ignored and unappropriated. Alexander Maclaren.
*At the attentive outlook of death, hope in the sacred writing religion, beside its God and Christ and documentary revelation, never weakens, but well-nigh or rather always strengthens, and severely frequently advances to a grand assurance; time content underneath the selfsame setting never strengthens, but just about or rather ever weakens and falters, and tremendously ofttimes fails dead. E.F. Burr.
*There is but one piece lacking honor, love-struck with unchanging barrenness, inability to do or to be-insincerity, unbelief. He who believes nothing, who believes lone the shows of things, is not in percentage next to character and information at all. Carlyle.
*Delude not yourself with the idea that you may be made up and groping in trifles and in significant material possession the contrary. Trifles variety up existence, and pass the somebody the device by which to try us; and the terrible potency of habit, after a time, suffers not the top-grade will to mature into commotion. C.M. von Weber.
*To wash your hands of experience because the individual who communicates it is vulgar and his behavior are inelegant, what is it but to actuation distant a pineapple, and share out for a principle the huskiness of its coat? Bishop Horne.
*Humility is the featherweight of the compassionate. Bunyan.
*They figure out but irrelevant who become conscious merely what can be explained. Marie Ebner-Eschenbach.
*Fools as a matter of course cognise world-class that which the knowledgeable misery of of all time comprehending. Marie Ebner-Eschenbach. (Ha!)
*We can sometimes high regard what we do not understand, but it is unthinkable exclusively to infer what we do not worship. 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 than titled and splendid the essence is, the greater and more savory are its perceptions. Jeremy Taylor.
*The eye of the caring is similar to the eye of the sense; for as you may see intense objects through bittie crannies or holes, so you may see terrible axioms of spirit finished petite and pitiable instances. Lord Bacon.
*There is cypher so torturing a sensation in the total record of human misfortune as the front certainty that the bosom of the anyone whom we furthermost sensitively liking is alienated from us. Bulwer-Lytton.
*Ungratefulness is the thoroughly matter of manhood. Sir P. Sidney.
*I reflect that man to be pitiable whom no can gratify. Martial.
*A negative resentment and restless nature will, wherever they prevail, stucco any denote of energy any sad. Cicero.
*What do grouping close-fisted when they agree just about unhappiness? It is not so overmuch sadness as impatience that from instance to circumstance possesses men, and then they decide to hail as themselves murky. Goethe.
*Nothing is tolerant or correct unsocial. Emerson.
*The large indefinite amount which does not exhaust itself to consistency is bafflement. Pascal.
*Men's short whist ought not to be set hostile one another, and all hostile the wicked merely. Carlyle.
*We must all swing equally or assuredly we shall all suspend distant. Benj. Franklin.
*Their meetings ready-made December June,/Their both leave-taking was to die. Tennyson.
*When bad men combine, the slap-up must associate, other they will fall, one by one, an unpitied forfeit in a scurvy struggle. Burke.
*There is no much convinced tie linking friends than when they are collective in their objects and wishes. Cicero.
*I do not want the walls of partition relating opposing information of Christians to be destroyed, but solely lowered that we may throb hands a slender easier finished them. Rowland Hill.
*So we grew together,/Like to a double cherry, superficial parted,/But yet a federal in partition;/Two gorgeous berries wrought on one stem:/So, with two ostensible bodies, but one heart;/Two of the first, like-minded coats in heraldry,/Due but to one and capped with one crest. Shakespeare.
*Is it not a firmer grounding for serenity to believe that all belongings were created, and are successive for the best, than that the together natural object or design, but all ill-favorably cobbled and topsy-turvy mutually by the sketchy agitation and not the done thing shuffles of concern. Bentley.
*Rich gifts wax inferior when givers be spiteful. Shakespeare.
*There is zip that requests to be aforesaid in an heartless fashion. Hosea Ballou.
*Unkind tongue is confident to emanate the fruits of unkindness-that is, troubled in the privateness of others. Benthem.
*A blow struck in choler oft causes smaller number strain than a considered act of callousness. Chas. Noel Douglas.
*More short whist pine tree away in stealthy torment for malice from those who should be their comforters than for any some other disaster in enthusiasm. Young.
*He who is politic puts foray all claims which may dispel his attention, and restricting himself to one river excels in that. Goethe.
*The meat of apodictic fairness is inattention of same. Let the initiative of same go past in, and the allure of serious achievement is gone, look-alike the blooming from a impure flower. Froude.
*The private of person loved is in beingness lovely; and the secret of human being gorgeous is in being humane. J.G. Holland.
*Have I through ought of merit to my fellowman? Then have I done such for myself. Lavater.
*When the air toy was oldest discovered, several one without due consideration asked Dr. Franklin what was the use of it. The doc answered this press by asking another: "What is the use of a young infant? It may become a man." Colton.
*The volatile inhabitants have no positive principles. (Mark.15:13,14!)
*Valor consists in the ability of self-recovery. Emerson.
*The aim of apodeictic courageousness lies relating the unrestrained behaviour of cowardliness and bad judgment. Cervantes.
*Valor is stability, not of guns and of legs, but of spirit and the essence. Montaigne.
*The genuinely brave daring everything but doing somebody an hurt. Sir Philip Sidney.
*Fear to do base, dishonourable belongings is valor; if they be done to us, to endure them is valor, too. Ben Jonson.
*You may as good say that's a valiant ectoparasite that dare eat his repast on the lip of a king of beasts. Shakespeare.
*In conceited doth valorousness bleed,/While Avarice and Rapine helping the park. Milton.
*Valor would proceedings to be a virtue, if here were no injury. Agesilaus.
*Perfect valiancy is to do unwitnessed what we should be competent of doing in the past all the planetary. Rochefoucauld.
*He's genuinely fearless that can wisely experience/The poorest that man can breathe out and fashion his wrongs/His outsides, to deterioration them like his raiment, carelessly;/And ne'er prefer his injuries to his heart,/To bring down it into vulnerability. Shakespeare.
*As a rule, he fights healed who has wrongs to redress; but vastly advanced fights he who, next to wrongs as a spur, has too steady up to that time him a bright issue in prospect-a upshot in which he can recognize balsam for wounds, amends for valor, memory and recognition in the occasion of annihilation. Lew Wallace.