Douglas Horton - Quotes

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Smile, it's free therapy. ---->>>

While seeking revenge, dig two graves - one for yourself. ---->>>

The art of simplicity is a puzzle of complexity. ---->>>

Thinking good thoughts is not enough, doing good deeds is not enough, seeing others follow your good examples is enough. ---->>>

The more we are filled with thoughts of lust the less we find true romantic love. ---->>>

Being sorry is the highest act of selfishness, seeing value only after discarding it. ---->>>

Life is good when we think it's good. Life is bad when we don't think. ---->>>

We are all serving a life sentence, and good behavior is our only hope for a pardon. ---->>>

Drive slow and enjoy the scenery - drive fast and join the scenery. ---->>>

As the fly bangs against the window attempting freedom while the door stands open, so we bang against death ignoring heaven. ---->>>

Change occurs in direct proportion to dissatisfaction, but dissatisfaction never changes. ---->>>

Desperation is like stealing from the Mafia: you stand a good chance of attracting the wrong attention. ---->>>

Materialism is the only form of distraction from true bliss. ---->>>

Beauty is variable, ugliness is constant. ---->>>

Happiness in the present is only shattered by comparison with the past. ---->>>

No one can drive us crazy unless we give them the keys. ---->>>

Thoughts are the gun, words are the bullets, deeds are the target, the bulls-eye is heaven. ---->>>

If you love something let it go free. If it doesn't come back, you never had it. If it comes back, love it forever. ---->>>

First rule of Economics 101: our desires are insatiable. Second rule: we can stomach only three Big Macs at a time. ---->>>

Action cures fear, inaction creates terror. ---->>>

If wishes were fishes we'd all be throwing nets. If wishes were horses we'd all ride. ---->>>

Conscience is the window of our spirit, evil is the curtain. ---->>>

When my horse is running good, I don't stop to give him sugar. ---->>>

Boring people are a reflection of boring people. ---->>>

Smile, it's better than a poke in the eye. ---->>>

To buy happiness is to sell soul. ---->>>

Love is a given, hatred is acquired. ---->>>

Be your own hero, it's cheaper than a movie ticket. ---->>>

Death is the final wake-up call. ---->>>

Growing old is not growing up. ---->>>

If the destination is heaven, why do we scramble to be first in line for hell? ---->>>

Love is seeing without eyes, hearing without ears; hatred is nothing. ---->>>

Seeing the light is a choice, not seeing the light is no choice. ---->>>

The key to heaven's gate cannot be duplicated. ---->>>

To hit bottom is to fall from grace. ---->>>

If food were free, why work? ---->>>

Remember only the good, the bad will never forget you. ---->>>

When all is lost, ask the I.R.S. - they'll find something. ---->>>

Abuse a man unjustly, and you will make friends for him. ---->>>

Perfection is perfectly simple; fouling things up requires true skill. ---->>>

Live to learn, learn to live, then teach others. ---->>>

Good ideas are a dime a dozen, bad ones are free. ---->>>

He stands erect by bending over the fallen. He rises by lifting others. ---->>>

There is no bad in good. ---->>>

Thought precedes action, action does not always precede thought. ---->>>

To awake from death is to die in peace. ---->>>

Although it is generally known, I think it's about time to announce that I was born at a very early age. ---->>>

Death is feared as birth is forgotten. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: July 27, 1891
Die: 08-21, 1968
Occupation: Clergyman

Douglas Horton (July 27, 1891, Brooklyn, New York – August 21, 1968, Randolph, New Hampshire) was an American Protestant clergyman and academic leader who was noted for his work in ecumenical relations among major Protestant bodies of his day. In his roles as a denominational executive, international ecclesiastical figure, and academic leader, Horton strongly advocated efforts undertaken by churches to unite organizationally with each other, even those of unlike theological and governmental persuasion (wikipedia)