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The NT, compared with the Old, is like a farce of one act…
It is from our enemies that we often gain excellent maxims, and
Of more worth is one honest man to society, and in the
The story of Jesus Christ appearing after he was dead is the
Man must go back to nature for information.
War involves in its progress such a train of unforeseen circumstances that no human
Action and care will in time wear down the strongest frame, but
The moral duty of man consists of imitatingthe moral goodness and beneficence
I consider the war of America against Britain as the country’s war,
A single legislature, on account of the superabundance of its power, and
The adulterous connection between church and state…
The essential psychological requirement of a free society is the willingness on
All Of Us Might Wish At Times That We Lived In A
Most artists, most painters, even composers would want to come back and
You’ll never get ahead of anyone as long as you try to get even with him.
If everybody likes you, you are not a very interesting person.
I felt different born into a family with two sisters who are
Just when you think it can’t get any worse
But that’s the problem with playing new music sometimes before the record
For all the drama we all have with our families and all
If history teaches us one thing, than that history teaches us nothing.