Augustus William Hare and Julius Charles Hare Quotes
Most popular Augustus William Hare and Julius Charles Hare Quotes
What is possible? What you will.
Every wise man lives in an observatory.
Philosophy is the love of wisdom: Christianity is the wisdom of love.
I like the smell of a dunged field, and the tumult of a popular election.
Half the failures in life arise from pulling in the horse as he is leaping.
Some people would have us love, or rather obey God, chiefly because he outbids the devil.
People cannot go wrong, if you don't let them. They cannot go right, unless you let them.
Were the purportings of the Bible to be a revelation false, it would still be the truest book that was ever written.
Is bread the better for kneading? So is the heart. Knead it then by spiritual exercises; or God must knead it by afflictions.
Practical life teaches us that people may differ and that both may be wrong: it also teaches us that people may differ and both be right. Anchor yourself fast in the latter faith, or the former will sweep your heart away.
Leaves are light, and useless, and idle, and wavering, and changeable; they even dance; and yet God in his wisdom has made them a part of oaks. And in so doing he has given us a lesson, not to deny the stout-heartedness within because we see the lightsomeness without.