If the truth shall have made thee free, thou shalt not care for the vain words of men
Quote by Thomas Kempis
What most of all hinders heavenly consolation is that you are too slow in turning...
Oh, how great peace and quietness would he possess who should cut off all vain...
All men commend patience, although few are willing to practice it.
A book has but one vioce, but it does not instruct everyone alike.
If you cannot mould yourself entirely as you would wish, how can you expect other...
How seldom we weigh our neighbor in the same balance with ourselves.
He will easily be content and at peace, whose conscience is pure.
Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old...
What else does anxiety about the future bring you but sorrow upon sorrow?
The acknowledgment of our weakness is the first step in repairing our loss.
It is much safer to obey than to rule.
In the holy Scriptures, truth is to be looked for rather than fair phrases
Out of sight, out of mind. The absent are always in the wrong.
Be assured that if you knew all, you would pardon all.
At the Day of Judgment, we shall not be asked what we have read, but...
We usually know what we can do, but temptation shows us who we are.
No man ruleth safely but he that is willingly ruled.
But because many endeavor to get knowledge rather than to live well, they are often...
No degree of knowledge attainable by man is able to set him above the want...
It is not by prayer and humility that you cause things to go as you...