Toyohiko Kagawa

A Quote by Toyohiko Kagawa on jesus, failure, food, bread, nourishment, wisdom, civilization, life, social, and mistakes

Not everything in man's life is summed up in the problem of food. Anyone who thinks that a civilization can be founded on bread alone makes a great mistake. No matter how much bread there is, it cannot produce a man: it can only nourish him. Life exists before food. Man's life comes from the very origin of life. Therefore civilization does not follow the forms of production. All social life follows the action of life.

Toyohiko Kagawa

Source: "Jesus and Men's Failures"

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A Quote by Toyohiko Kagawa on love, revelation, sanctuary, ultimate, and truth

Love is the ultimate revelation, the final sanctuary.

Toyohiko Kagawa

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A Quote by Toyohiko Kagawa on love, creation, and integration

Love is creation raised to a higher degree.

Toyohiko Kagawa

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