Religion is what the individual does with his own solitariness
It is a fine thing to begin a footpath
E V. Lucas
It is a plea of the faint-hearted that success depends mainly on luck
Sir Frederick Treves
One of these days is none of these days.
There are things to be thought about as well as things to be laughed at.
G K. Chesterton (pic above)
Much of the unhappiness of Life has its origin in the unjustifiable belief that Life is easier for others than for oneself.
Sir Herbert Barker.
The man who tries to avoid his duty always finds the detour much rougher that the road.
Be governed by your admirations rather than by your disgusts.
Henry Van Dyke.
Begin; the getting out of doors is the greatest part of the journey
When you’re certain of something—that’s the time to go carefully.
Only those strong enough to keep silent about self are strong enough to be sure of self
The heart of a man cannot be too big as long as his brain keeps pace.
We may be intolerant of advocating the cause of toleration.
Silence—that mighty weapon which so few of us are strong enough to wield.
Stand with anybody that is right. Stand with him while he is right, and part from him when he goes wrong.
Excuses are the forged coin which bribe conscience.
Only the coward feeds upon regret.
A man’s a bigger thing than anything he makes. If he makes trouble, he ought to be big enough to bear it.
To think of one thing at a time is the best sort of thinking
G K .Chesterton (above)
A sense of humour enables us not so much to laugh at the people who provoke us, as to laugh at ourselves for being so easily provoked.
R M. Healey