Julia Ward Howe - Quotes

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God forgive me if I do wrong in following with ardor the strongest instincts of my nature. ---->>>

I know not why there is such a melancholy feeling attached to the remembrance of past happiness, except that we fear that the future can have nothing so bright as the past.

I know not why there is such a melancholy feeling attached to the remembrance of past happiness, except that we fear that the future can have nothing so bright as the past.

Boston is an oasis in the desert, a place where the larger proportion of people are loving, rational and happy. ---->>>

I am confirmed in my division of human energies. Ambitious people climb, but faithful people build. ---->>>

The strokes of the pen need deliberation as much as the sword needs swiftness. ---->>>

Marriage, like death, is a debt we owe to nature. ---->>>

While your life is the true expression of your faith, whom can you fear? ---->>>

When the unwelcome little unborn shall have seen the light my brain will be lightened, and I shall have a clearer mind. Thank God that even this weary nine months shall come to an end and leave me in possession of my own body and my own soul. ---->>>

I shall stick to my resolution of writing always what I think no matter whom it offends. ---->>>

Disarm, disarm. The sword of murder is not the balance of justice. Blood does not wipe out dishonor, nor violence indicate possession. ---->>>

Theology in general seems to me a substitution of human ingenuity for divine wisdom. ---->>>

Beneath all differences of doctrine or discipline there exists a fundamental agreement as to the simple, absolute essentials in religion. ---->>>

How utterly are one's best thoughts invaded by this going out in society. ---->>>

I never could be good when I was not happy. ---->>>

I sometimes think God allows Great Britain to be unprincipled for the good of mankind. ---->>>

I take refuge in my books. ---->>>

Massachusetts women as a rule adhere too strongly to old-time conventions. ---->>>

The blind must not only be fed and housed and cared for; they must learn to make thir lives useful to the community. ---->>>

I was born 'neath a clouded star. ---->>>

The frozen ocean... of Boston life. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: May 27, 1819
Birthplace:
Die: 10-17, 1910
Occupation: Activist
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Julia Ward Howe (; May 27, 1819 – October 17, 1910) was an American poet and author, best known for writing "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." She was also an advocate for abolitionism and was a social activist, particularly for women's suffrage.(wikipedia)