Lyman Abbott

1835 - 1922

A Quote by Lyman Abbott on passion and patience

Patience is passion tamed.

Lyman Abbott (1835 - 1922)

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A Quote by Lyman Abbott on future and past

Postmodernism represents a moment of suspension before the batteries are recharged for the new millennium, an acknowledgment that preceding the future is a strange and hybrid interregnum that might be called the last gasp of the past.

Lyman Abbott (1835 - 1922)

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A Quote by Lyman Abbott on earth, god, and mankind

The earth is mankind's ultimate haven, our blessed terra firma. When it trembles and gives way beneath our feet, it's as though one of God's checks has bounced.

Lyman Abbott (1835 - 1922)

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A Quote by Lyman Abbott on pity

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It is easy to condemn, it is better to pity.

Lyman Abbott (1835 - 1922)

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A Quote by Lyman Abbott on energy, rudeness, and shame

In New York - whose subway trains in particular have been "tattooed" with an energy to put our own rude practitioners to shame - not an inch of free space is spared except that of advertisements.

Lyman Abbott (1835 - 1922)

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A Quote by Lyman Abbott on innocence, life, temptation, vices, and virtue

Every life is a march from innocence, through temptation, to virtue or vice.

Lyman Abbott (1835 - 1922)

Source: Complete Toastmaster, by Herbert V. Prochnow, 1960.

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A Quote by Lyman Abbott on worth

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The only tastes worth having are acquired tastes.

Lyman Abbott (1835 - 1922)

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A Quote by Lyman Abbott on anger and children

Do not teach your children never to be angry; teach them how to be angry and sin not.

Lyman Abbott (1835 - 1922)

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A Quote by Lyman Abbott on anger, apathy, community, laws, and punishment

Every great sin ought to rouse a great anger. Mob law is better than no law at all. A community which rises in its wrath to punish with misdirected anger a great wrong is in a healthier moral condition than a community which looks upon its perpetration with apathy and unconcern.

Lyman Abbott (1835 - 1922)

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A Quote by Lyman Abbott on brothers, christianity, fatherhood, and god

The brotherhood of man is an integral part of Christianity no less than the Fatherhood of God; and to deny the one is no less infidel than to deny the other.

Lyman Abbott (1835 - 1922)

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