William Ralph Inge Quotes

William Ralph Inge Quotes: All faith consists essentially in the recognition of a world of spiritual values behind, yet not apart from, the world of natural phenomena.
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William Ralph Inge Quote: The great discovery of the nineteenth century, that we are of one blood with the lower animals, has created new ethical obligations which have not yet penetrated the public conscience. The clerical profession has been lamentably remiss in preaching this obvious duty.
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Quotes about William Ralph Inge: The modern world belongs to the half-educated, a rather difficult class, because they do not realize how little they know.
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Quote about William Ralph Inge: The church that is married to the spirit of this age, becomes a widow in the next.
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William Ralph Inge Sayings: Deliberate cruelty to our defenceless and beautiful little cousins is surely one of the meanest and most detestable vices of which a human being can be guilty.
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William Ralph Inge Saying: A monarch frequently represents his subjects better that an elected assembly; and if he is a good judge of character he is likely to have more capable and loyal advisers.
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Sayings about William Ralph Inge: In imperialism nothing fails like success. If the conqueror oppresses his subjects, they will become fanatical patriots, and sooner or later have their revenge; if he treats them well, and governs them for their good, they will multiply faster than their rulers, till they claim their independence.
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Saying about William Ralph Inge: Worry is interest paid on trouble before it comes due.
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William Ralph Inge Quotes: Man will never be entirely willing to give up this world for the next nor the next world for this.
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William Ralph Inge Quote: Nobody is bored when he is trying to make something that is beautiful or to discover something that is true.
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Quotes about William Ralph Inge: Each generation takes a special pleasure in removing the household gods of its parents from their pedestals, and consigning them to the cupboard.
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Quote about William Ralph Inge: Nature takes away any faculty that is not used.
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William Ralph Inge Sayings: If we feel that any habit or pursuit, harmless in itself, is keeping us from God and sinking us deeper in the things of earth; if we find that things which others can do with impunity are for us the occasion of falling, then abstinence is our only course. Abstinence alone can recover for us the real value of what should have been for our help but which has been an occasion of falling. ... It is necessary that we should steadily resolve to give up anything that comes between ourselves and God.
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William Ralph Inge Saying: God does not always punish a nation by sending it adversity. More often He gives the oppressors their hearts' desire, and sends leanness withal into their soul.
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Sayings about William Ralph Inge: No word in our language not even
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Saying about William Ralph Inge: They who will live for others shall have great troubles, but they shall seem to them small. Those who will live for themselves shall have small troubles, but they shall seem to them great.
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William Ralph Inge Quotes: Don't get up from the feast of life without paying for your share of it.
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William Ralph Inge Quote: Action is the normal completion of the act of will which begins as prayer. That action is not always external, but it is always some kind of effective energy.
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