Theodore Parker - Quotes

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Outward judgment often fails, inward judgment never.

Outward judgment often fails, inward judgment never.

Never violate the sacredness of your individual self-respect. ---->>>

Let others laugh when you sacrifice desire to duty, if they will. You have time and eternity to rejoice in. ---->>>

No man is so great as mankind. ---->>>

Wealth and want equally harden the human heart.

Wealth and want equally harden the human heart.

The books that help you the most are those which make you think the most. ---->>>

It is very sad for a man to make himself servant to a single thing; his manhood all taken out of him by the hydraulic pressure of excessive business.

It is very sad for a man to make himself servant to a single thing; his manhood all taken out of him by the hydraulic pressure of excessive business.

Truth never yet fell dead in the streets; it has such affinity with the soul of man, the seed however broadcast will catch somewhere and produce its hundredfold. ---->>>

Self-denial is indispensable to a strong character, and the highest kind comes from a religious stock. ---->>>

The miser, starving his brother's body, starves also his own soul, and at death shall creep out of his great estate of injustice, poor and naked and miserable. ---->>>

Remorse is the pain of sin. ---->>>

As society advances the standard of poverty rises. ---->>>

Humanity is the sin of God. ---->>>

Politics is the science of urgencies. ---->>>

Cities have always been the fireplaces of civilization, whence light and heat radiated out into the dark. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: August 24, 1810
Birthplace: Lexington, Massachusetts
Die: May 10, 1860
Occupation: Theologian
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Theodore Parker (August 24, 1810 – May 10, 1860) was an American Transcendentalist and reforming minister of the Unitarian church. A reformer and abolitionist, his words and popular quotations would later inspire speeches by Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King, Jr.(wikipedia)