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Thomas Carlyle Quote: “The nobleness of silence. The highest melody dwells only in silence, – the sphere melody, the melody of health.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Good breeding differs, if at all, from high breeding only as it gracefully remembers the rights of others, rather than gracefully insists on its own rights.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Habit and imitation – there is nothing more perennial in us than these two. They are the source of all working, and all apprenticeship, of all practice, and all learning, in this world.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Venerable to me is the hard hand, – crooked, coarse, – wherein, notwithstanding, lies a cunning virtue, indispensably royal as of the sceptre of the planet.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “I know so little about any history. How little do I know even about the history of myself.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “The leafy blossoming present time springs from the whole past, remembered and unrememberable.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “They wrong man greatly who say he is to be seduced by ease. Difficulty, abnegation, martyrdom, death are the allurements that act on the heart of man.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Great is wisdom; infinite is the value of wisdom. It cannot be exaggerated; it is the highest achievement of man.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Acorns are planted silently by some unnoticed breeze.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “To each is given a certain inward talent, a certain outward environment or fortune; to each by wisest combination of these two, a certain maximum capacity.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Laughter is one of the very privileges of reason, being confined to the human species.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “The devil has his elect.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “I have no patience whatever with these gorilla damnifications of humanity.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “There is but one thing without honor, smitten with eternal barrenness, inability to do or to be,-insincerity, unbelief.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Who is there that, in logical words, can express the effect music has on us?”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Great men are the inspired texts of that divine Book of Revelations, whereof a chapter is completed from epoch to epoch, and by some named History.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “A man must indeed be a hero to appear such in the eyes of his valet.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Dishonesty is the raw material not of quacks only, but also in great part dupes.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Humor has justly been regarded as the finest perfection of poetic genius.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “This little life has its duties that are great-that are alone great, and that go up to heaven and down to hell.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Man is emphatically a proselytizing creature.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “A very sea of thought; neither calm nor clear, if you will, yet wherein the toughest pearl-diver may dive to his utmost depth, and return not only with sea-wreck but with true orients.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “I have seen gleams in the face and eyes of the man that have let you look into a higher country.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “It is the heart always that sees, before the head can see.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “There can be no acting or doing of any kind till it be recognized that there is a thing to be done; the thing once recognized, doing in a thousand shapes becomes possible.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Great men are the modelers, patterns, and in a wide sense creators, of whatsoever the general mass of men contrived to do and attain.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Ever, as before, does Madness remain a mysterious-terrific, altogether infernal boiling-up of the Nether Chaotic Deep, through this fair-painted Vision of Creation, which swims thereon, which we name the Real.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “He that works and does some Poem, not he that merely says one, is worthy of the name of Poet.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Goethe’s devil is a cultivated personage and acquainted with the modern sciences; sneers at witchcraft and the black art even while employing them, and doubts most things, nay, half disbelieves even his own existence.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “What I loved in the man was his health, his unity with himself; all people and all things seemed to find their quite peaceable adjustment with him, not a proud domineering one, as after doubtful contest, but a spontaneous-looking peaceable, even humble one.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “One monster there is in the world, the idle man.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Eyes bright, with many tears, behind them.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Every human being has a right to hear what other wise human beings have spoken to him. It is one of the Rights of Men; a very cruel injustice if you deny it to a man!”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Are not our greatest men as good as lost? The men that walk daily among us, warming us, feeding us, walk shrouded in darkness, mere mythic men.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Man’s earthly interests,’are all hooked and buttoned together, and held up, by Clothes.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Pin thy faith to no man’s sleeve. Hast thou not two eyes of thy own?”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “The greatest of all heroes is One – whom we do not name here! Let sacred silence meditate that sacred matter; you will find it the ultimate perfection of a principle extant throughout man’s whole history on earth.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Laws themselves, political Constitutions, are not our Life; but only the house wherein our Life is led.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Is not cant the materia prima of the devil, from which all falsehoods, imbecilities, abominations, body themselves, from which no true thing can come? For cant is itself the properly a double-distilled lie, the second power of a lie.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “To the mean eye all things are trivial, as certainly as to the jaundiced they are yellow.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Even in the meanest sorts of labor, the whole soul of a man is composed into a kind of real harmony the instant he sets himself to work.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “In every object there is inexhaustible meaning.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “We observe with confidence that the truly strong mind, view it as intellect or morality, or under any other aspect, is nowise the mind acquainted with its strength; that here the sign of health is unconsciousness.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “What is philosophy but a continual battle against custom?”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Our very walking is an incessant falling; a falling and a catching of ourselves before we come actually to the pavement. It is emblematic of all things a man does.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Let him who gropes painfully in darkness or uncertain light, and prays vehemently that the dawn may ripen into day, lay this precept well to heart: “Do the duty which lies nearest to thee,” which thou know to be a duty! Thy second duty will already have become clearer.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Alas! while the body stands so broad and brawny, must the soul lie blinded, dwarfed, stupefied, almost annihilated? Alas! this was, too, a breath of God, bestowed in heaven, but on earth never to be unfolded!”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “There are but two ways of paying debt: Increase of industry in raising income, increase of thrift in laying out.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Economics is not a gay science. It is a dreary, desolate, and indeed quite abject and distressing one; what we might call, by way of eminence, the dismal science.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Thought, true labor of any kind, highest virtue itself, is it not the daughter of Pain?”
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