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H. G. Wells Quotes
Brief author info: H. G. Wells (1866-1946) English novelist and journalist.
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... life falls into place only with God.
Religions are such stuff as dreams are made of.
Catholic: confession on Saturday, absolution on Sunday. At it again on Monday.
The religion of the atheist has a God-shaped blank at its heart.
All four Gospels agree in giving us a picture of a very definite personality. One is obliged to say, "Here was a man. This could not have been invented."
Adapt or perish, now as ever, is Nature's inexorable imperative.
Our true nationality is mankind.
Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe.
We want to get rid of the militarist not simply because he hurts and kills, but because he is an intolerable thick-voiced blockhead who stands hectoring and blustering in our way to achievement.
It is only now and then, in a jungle, or amidst the towering white menace of a burnt or burning Australian forest, that Nature strips the moral veils from vegetation and we apprehend its stark ferocity.
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