Philip James Bailey

1816 - 1902

A Quote by Philip James Bailey on heroes, power, and passion

The hero is the world-man, in whose heart One passion stands for all, the most indulged.

Philip James Bailey (1816 - 1902)

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A Quote by Philip James Bailey on deed, feeling, heart, time, breath, count, throb, dial, and figure

We live in deeds, not years; In thoughts not breathsIn feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart throbs.

Philip James Bailey (1816 - 1902)

Source: Festus, a poem

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A Quote by Philip James Bailey on beginning, deed, feeling, god, heart, life, and time

We live in deeds, not years; in thoughts, not breaths; In feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart-throbs. He most lives Who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best. Life 's but a means unto an end; that end Beginning, mean, and end to all things, - God.

Philip James Bailey (1816 - 1902)

Source: Festus. Scene, A Country Town.

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A Quote by Philip James Bailey on life

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He most lives who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best.

Philip James Bailey (1816 - 1902)

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A Quote by Philip James Bailey on cheating

The first and worst of all frauds is to cheat oneself.

Philip James Bailey (1816 - 1902)

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A Quote by Philip James Bailey on future

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It is much less what we do than what we think, which fits us for the future.

Philip James Bailey (1816 - 1902)

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A Quote by Philip James Bailey on advice and men

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The worst men often give the best advice.

Philip James Bailey (1816 - 1902)

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A Quote by Philip James Bailey on america, brothers, good, and world

America! half-brother of the world! With something good and bad of every land.

Philip James Bailey (1816 - 1902)

Source: Scene, The Surface.

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A Quote by Philip James Bailey

Walk boldly and wisely. . . . There is a hand above that will help thee on.

Philip James Bailey (1816 - 1902)

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A Quote by Philip James Bailey on mind, mistakes, and soul

Who can mistake great thoughts? They seize upon the mind; arrest and search, And shake it; bow the tall soul as by wind; Rush over it like a river reeds.

Philip James Bailey (1816 - 1902)

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