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Ralph Waldo Emerson Quotes
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The good rain, like a bad preacher, does not know when to leave off.
Every reform was once a private opinion, and when it shall be a private opinion again, it will solve the problem of the age.
The religions are obsolete when the reforms do not proceed from them.
Persons are fine things, but they cost so much! for thee I must pay me.
For a great nature, it is a happiness to escape a religious training,-religion of character is so apt to be invaded.
The religions of the world are the ejaculations of a few imaginative men.
The test of a religion or philosophy is the number of things it can explain.
The remedy for all blunders, the cure of blindness, the cure of crime, is love.
If you would not be known to do anything, never do it.
When the man is at home, his standing in society is well known and quietly taken; but when he is abroad, it is problematical, and is dependent on the success of his manners.
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