"Things are not always right because they are hard, but if they are right one must not mind if they are also hard."  Winston Churchill

"Things are not always right because they are hard, but if they are right one must not mind if they are also hard."

Winston Churchill

"Never was so much owed by so many to so few."  Winston Churchill

"Never was so much owed by so many to so few."

Winston Churchill

"The true guide of life is to do what is right."  Winston Churchill

"The true guide of life is to do what is right."

Winston Churchill

"What slightly complicates the eternal problem of freedom is the not quite negligible fact that hundreds of millions of human beings are dominated by the same subjective desire - freedom - the full exercise of which by every one of the hundreds of millions of individuals would necessarily impinge upon the freedom of all others"  Emery Reves' The Anatomy of Peace

"What slightly complicates the eternal problem of freedom is the not quite negligible fact that hundreds of millions of human beings are dominated by the same subjective desire - freedom - the full exercise of which by every one of the hundreds of millions of individuals would necessarily impinge upon the freedom of all others"

Emery Reves' The Anatomy of Peace

"Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant."  Robert Louis Stevenson

"Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant."

Robert Louis Stevenson

"Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm." Winston Churchill

"Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm." Winston Churchill

"There is not the slightest hope that we can possibly solve any of the vital problems of our generation until we rise above dogmatic nation-centric conceptions and realise that, in order to understand the political, economic and social problems of this highly integrated and industrialised world, we have to shift our standpoint and see all nations and national matters in motion, in their interrelated functions, rotating according to the same laws without any fixed points created by our own imagination for our own convenience."  Emery Reves' The Anatomy of Peace

"There is not the slightest hope that we can possibly solve any of the vital problems of our generation until we rise above dogmatic nation-centric conceptions and realise that, in order to understand the political, economic and social problems of this highly integrated and industrialised world, we have to shift our standpoint and see all nations and national matters in motion, in their interrelated functions, rotating according to the same laws without any fixed points created by our own imagination for our own convenience."

Emery Reves' The Anatomy of Peace

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