Hannah More - Quotes

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Forgiveness is the economy of the heart... forgiveness saves the expense of anger, the cost of hatred, the waste of spirits.

Forgiveness is the economy of the heart... forgiveness saves the expense of anger, the cost of hatred, the waste of spirits.

Going to the opera, like getting drunk, is a sin that carries its own punishment with it. ---->>>

Goals help you overcome short-term problems. ---->>>

Love never reasons, but profusely gives; it gives like a thoughtless prodigal its all, and then trembles least it has done to little. ---->>>

Idleness among children, as among men, is the root of all evil, and leads to no other evil more certain than ill temper. ---->>>

Luxury! more perilous to youth than storms or quicksand, poverty or chains. ---->>>

The wretch who digs the mine for bread, or ploughs, that others may be fed, feels less fatigued than that decreed to him who cannot think or read. ---->>>

Genius without religion is only a lamp on the outer gate of a palace; it may serve to cast a gleam of light on those that are without, while the inhabitant sits in darkness. ---->>>

Depart from discretion when it interferes with duty. ---->>>

If faith produce no works, I see That faith is not a living tree. Thus faith and works together grow, No separate life they never can know. They're soul and body, hand and heart, What God hath joined, let no man part. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: English
Born: February 2, 1745
Birthplace: Fishponds, Bristol, England
Die: September 7, 1833
Occupation: Writer
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Hannah More (2 February 1745 – 7 September 1833) was an English religious writer and philanthropist. She can be said to have made three reputations in the course of her long life: as a poet and playwright in the circle of Johnson, Reynolds and Garrick, as a writer on moral and religious subjects, and as a practical philanthropist (wikipedia)