Unwearied ceaseless effort is the price that must be paid for turning faith into a rich infallible experience.
Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
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Mahatma Gandhi Quotes
Fear of death makes us devoid both of valour and religion. For want of valour is want of religious faith.
Every formula of every religion has in this age of reason, to submit to the acid test of reason and universal assent.
I know, to banish anger altogether from one's breast is a difficult task. It cannot be achieved through pure personal effort. It can be done only by God's grace.
God sometimes does try to the uttermost those whom he wishes to bless.
Religion is more than life. Remember that his own religion is the truest to every man even if it stands low in the scales of philosophical comparison.
All the religions of the world, while they may differ in other respects, unitedly proclaim that nothing lives in this world but Truth.
If we are to teach real peace in this world, and if we are to carry on a real war against war, we shall have to begin with the children.
A religion that takes no account of practical affairs and does not help to solve them is no religion.
If I had no sense of humor, I would long ago have committed suicide.
There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.
I keep my ideals, because in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.
As usual, there is a great woman behind every idiot.
I was asked to act when I couldn't act. I was asked to sing 'Funny Face' when I couldn't sing, and dance with Fred Astaire when I couldn't dance - and do all kinds of things I wasn't prepared for. Then I tried like mad to cope with it.
One of the scary things is that, when you're a kid, you look at your dad as the man who has no fear. When you're an adult, you realize your father had fear, and that you have it, too.
You know the good part about all those executions in Texas? Fewer Texans.
Galleries began growing in both number and size in the late seventies, when artists who worked in lofts wanted to exhibit their work in spaces similar to the ones the art was made in.
Everything we do in life is based on fear, especially love.
In the sense that you're not at the centre of power, like a president or prime minister of a major power, everyone is marginalised my position doesn't isn't unique in that respect. I think there are different sorts of relevance in different contexts.
Old age is a tyrant, who forbids, under pain of death, the pleasures of youth.
If you're not ready to die for it, put the word 'freedom' out of your vocabulary.