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Thomas Carlyle Quote: “You can make even a parrot into a learned political economist – all he must learn are the two words “supply” and “demand.””
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Men are grown mechanical in head and in the heart, as well as in the hand. They have lost faith in individual endeavour, and in natural force of any kind.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “So here hath been dawning Another blue day; Think, wilt thou let it Slip useless away? Out of eternity This new day is born, Into eternity At night will return.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Cash-payment is not the sole nexus of man with man.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “It is through symbols that man consciously or unconsciously lives, works and has his being.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “The great law of culture is, Let each become all that he was created capable of being; expand, if possible, to his full growth; resisting all impediments, casting off all foreign, especially all noxious adhesions, and show himself at length in his own shape and stature be these what they may.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “The work an unknown good man has done is like a vein of water flowing hidden underground, secretly making the ground green.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Leaders: Captains of industry.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Democracy will prevail when men believe the vote of Judas as good as that of Jesus Christ.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Popular opinion is the greatest lie in the world.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Why did not somebody teach me the constellations, and make me at home in the starry heavens, which are always overhead, and which I don’t half know to this day?”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Everywhere in life, the true question is not what we gain, but what we do.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Burke said there were Three Estates in Parliament; but, in the Reporter’s gallery yonder, there sat a fourth estate more important far than they all.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “In every object there is inexhaustible meaning; the eye sees in it what the eye brings means of seeing.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “In idleness there is a perpetual despair.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Work earnestly at anything, you will by degrees learn to work at all things.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “The greatest mistake is to imagine that we never err.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Labor is life: from the inmost heart of the worker rises his God-given force, the sacred celestial life-essence breathed into him by Almighty God!”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Silence is the eternal duty of man.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “The situation that has not its duty, its ideal, was never yet occupied by man. Yes, here, in this poor, miserable, hampered, despicable actual, wherein thou even now standest, here or nowhere is thy ideal; work it out therefrom, and, working, believe, live, be free. Fool! the ideal is in thyself.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “The Christian must be consumed by the conviction of the infinite beauty of holiness and the infinite damnability of sin.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “To the vulgar eye, few things are wonderful that are not distant.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Let one who wants to move and convince others, first be convinced and moved themselves. If a person speaks with genuine earnestness the thoughts, the emotion and the actual condition of their own heart, others will listen because we all are knit together by the tie of sympathy.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “I should say sincerity, a deep, great, genuine sincerity, is the first characteristic of all men in any way heroic.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “My whinstone house my castle is, I have my own four walls.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Trust not the heart of that man for whom old clothes are not venerable.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “He who first shortened the labor of Copyists by device of Movable Types was disbanding hired armies and cashiering most Kings and Senates, and creating a whole new Democratic world: he had invented the Art of printing.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “History, as it lies at the root of all science, is also the first distinct product of man’s spiritual nature, his earliest expression of what may be called thought.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “There are depths in man that go to the lowest hell, and heights that reach the highest heaven, for are not both heaven and hell made out of him, everlasting miracle and mystery that he is.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Rightly viewed no meanest object is insignificant; all objects are as windows through which the philosophic eye looks into infinitude itself.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “There is but one temple in this Universe: The Body. We speak to God whenever we lay our hands upon it.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Laissez-faire, supply and demand-one begins to be weary of all that. Leave all to egotism, to ravenous greed of money, of pleasure, of applause-it is the gospel of despair.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “A person who is gifted sees the essential point and leaves the rest as surplus.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Thirty millions, mostly fools.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Hero-worship exists, has existed, and will forever exist, universally, among mankind.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “The eye of the intellect “sees in all objects what it brought with it the means of seeing.””
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Instead of saying that man is the creature of circumstance, it would be nearer the mark to say that man is the architect of circumstance.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Have a purpose in life, and having it, throw into your work such strength of mind and muscle as God has given you.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Stop a moment, cease your work, and look around you.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “The only happiness a brave person ever troubles themselves in asking about, is happiness enough to get their work done.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “There is in man a higher than love of happiness; he can do without happiness, and instead thereof find blessedness.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Is not every meanest day the confluence of two eternities?”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Nothing that was worthy in the past departs; no truth or goodness realized by man ever dies, or can die.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Laughter is the cipher key wherewith we decipher the whole man.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “In every phenomenon the beginning remains always the most notable moment.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “When we can drain the Ocean into mill-ponds, and bottle up the Force of Gravity, to be sold by retail, in gas jars; then may we hope to comprehend the infinitudes of man’s soul under formulas of Profit and Loss; and rule over this too, as over a patent engine, by checks, and valves, and balances.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Democracy means despair of finding any heroes to govern you, and contented putting up with the want of them.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “There needs not a great soul to make a hero; there needs a god-created soul which will be true to its origin; that will be a great soul!”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Self-contemplation is infallibly the symptom of disease.”
Thomas Carlyle Quote: “Of a truth, men are mystically united: a mystic bond of brotherhood makes all men one.”
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