Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes

Edmund Clarence Stedman Quotes: But every human path leads on to God;He holds a myriad finer threads than gold,And strong as holy wishes, drawing usWith delicate tension upward to Himself.
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Edmund Clarence Stedman Quote: Progress comes by experiment, and this from ennui that leads to voyages, wars, revolutions, and plainly to change in the arts of expression; that cries out to the imagination, and is the nurse of the invention whereof we term necessity the mother.
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Quotes about Edmund Clarence Stedman: Give us a man of God's own mouldBorn to marshall his fellow-men;One whose fame is not bought and soldAt the stroke of a politician's pen.Give us the man of thousands ten,Fit to do as well as to plan;Give us a rallying-cry, and thenAbraham Lincoln, give us a Man.
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Quote about Edmund Clarence Stedman: Genius does not need a special language; it uses newly whatever tongue it finds.
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