We stand, as it were, on the shore, and see multitudes of our fellow beings struggling in the water, stretching forth their arms, sinking, drowning, and we are powerless to assist them.
More Felix Adler Quotes
- The truth which has made us free will in the end make us glad also.
- Where the roots of private virtue are diseased, the fruit of public probity cannot but be corrupt.
- Love is the expansion of two natures in such fashion that each include the other, each is enriched by the other.
- Perhaps a hundred people assembled one evening, May 15, 1876, at the time when
- The task of humanity is to build a genuine civilization.
- FOR a long time the conviction has been dimly felt in the community that, without prejudice
- Few are there that will leave the secure seclusion of the scholar’s life, the peaceful walks
- Every dogma, every philosophic or theological creed, was at its inception a statement in terms….
- Act so as to elicit the best in others and thereby in thyself.