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...make thyself such an one as thou wouldst, how canst thou expect to have another in all things to thy liking?--THOMAS A KEMPIS.
The religion that fosters intolerance needs another Christ to die for it.--BEECHER.
Let us often think of our own infirmities, and we shall become indulgent toward those of others.--FENELON.
Has not God borne with you these many years? Be ye tolerant to others.--HOSEA BALLOU.
TRAVEL.--A traveler without observation is a bird without wings.--SAADI.
He who never leaves his country is full of prejudices.--CARLO GOLDONI.
Railway traveling is not traveling at all; it is merely being sent to a place, and very little different from becoming a parcel.--RUSKIN.
To roam giddily, and be everywhere but at home, such freedom doth a banishment become.--DONNE.
The use of traveling is to regulate imagination by reality, and instead of thinking how things may be, to see them as they are.--DR. JOHNSON.
He travels safest in the dark who travels lightest.--CORTES.
Usually speaking, the... Goldoni, Carlo
Excerpt from Many Thoughts of Many Minds A Treasury of Quotations from the Literature of Every Land and Every Age · This quote is about prejudice · Search on Google Books to find all references and sources for this quotation.
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