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Henry Ward Beecher Quotes
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Riches without law are more dangerous than in poverty without law.
There can be no high civilization where there is not ample leisure.
Liberty is the soul's right to breath, and, when it can not take a long breath, laws are girdled too tight.
Man is at the bottom an animal, midway a citizen, and at the top divine. But the climate of this world is such that few ripen at the top.
Nowhere else can one find so miscellaneous, so various, an amount of knowledge as is contained in a good newspaper.
No man is good for anything who has not some particle of obstinacy to use upon occasion.
We never know the love of our parents for us till we have become parents.
The way to avoid evil is not by maiming our passions, but by compelling them to yield their vigor to our moral nature.
When a man says that he is perfect already, there is only one of two places for him, and that is heaven or the lunatic asylum.
Public sentiment is to public officers what water is to the wheel of the mill.
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