Tryon Edwards

1809 - 1894

A Quote by Tryon Edwards on books, company, death, life, and power

We should be as careful of the books we read, as of the company we keep. The dead very often have more power than the living.

Tryon Edwards (1809 - 1894)

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A Quote by Tryon Edwards on change, correction, and mistakes

He that never changes his opinions, never corrects his mistakes, will never be wiser on the morrow than he is today.

Tryon Edwards (1809 - 1894)

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A Quote by Tryon Edwards on accuracy, falsehood, and truth

Accuracy of statement is one of the first elements of truth; inaccuracy is a near kin to falsehood.

Tryon Edwards (1809 - 1894)

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A Quote by Tryon Edwards on anger, day, and sorrow

He who can suppress a moment's anger may prevent a day of sorrow.

Tryon Edwards (1809 - 1894)

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A Quote by Tryon Edwards on anger

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To rule one's anger is well; to prevent it is still better.

Tryon Edwards (1809 - 1894)

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A Quote by Tryon Edwards on anxiety, life, power, providence, remedies, and trust

Anxiety is the rust of life, destroying its brightness and weakening its power. A childlike and abiding trust in Providence is its best preventive and remedy.

Tryon Edwards (1809 - 1894)

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A Quote by Tryon Edwards on guidance, past, present, and wisdom

Apothegms are the wisdom of the past condensed for the instruction and guidance of the present.

Tryon Edwards (1809 - 1894)

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A Quote by Tryon Edwards on delay, duty, foolishness, safety, and wisdom

Where duty is plain, delay is both foolish and hazardous; where it is not, delay may be both wisdom and safety.

Tryon Edwards (1809 - 1894)

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A Quote by Tryon Edwards on discipline, education, and mind

The great end of education is to discipline rather than to furnish the mind; to train it to the use of its own powers, rather than fill it with the accumulation of others.

Tryon Edwards (1809 - 1894)

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A Quote by Tryon Edwards on ignorance and mystery

Mystery is another name for our ignorance; if we were omniscient, all would be perfectly plain.

Tryon Edwards (1809 - 1894)

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