A Quote by General Dwight David Eisenhower on nations, spirit, spirituality, strength, and wealth

The spirit of man is more important than mere physical strength, and the spiritual fiber of a nation than its wealth.

Dwight Eisenhower (1890 - 1969)

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A Quote by General Dwight David Eisenhower on age, contentment, country, family, freedom, happiness, individuality, knowledge, satisfaction, science, and spirituality

More than ever before, in our country, this is the age of the individual. Endowed with the accumulated knowledge of centuries, armed with all the instruments of modern science, he is still assured personal freedom and wide avenues of expression so that he may win for himself, his family and his country greater material comfort, ease and happiness; greater spiritual satisfaction and contentment.

Dwight Eisenhower (1890 - 1969)

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A Quote by Dr. Preston Bradley on bravery, business, failure, faith, giving, good, life, poverty, reward, spirituality, success, victory, and world

The world has a way of giving what is demanded of it. If you are frightened and look for failure and poverty, you will get them, no matter how hard you may try to succeed. Lack of faith in yourself, in what life will do for you, cuts you off from the good things of the world. Expect victory and you make victory. Nowhere is this truer than in business life, where bravery and faith bring both material and spiritual rewards.

Dr. Preston Bradley

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A Quote by Dr. Deepak Chopra on god, love, meaning, and spirituality

The spiritual meaning of love is measured by what it can do. Love is meant to heal. Love is meant to renew. Love is meant to bring us closer to God.

Deepak Chopra

Source: The Path to Love

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A Quote by Dr. Albert Schweitzer on beginning, life, order, spirituality, and value

Affirmation of life is the spiritual act by which man ceases to live unreflectively and begins to devote himself to his life with reverence in order to raise it to its true value. To affirm life is to deepen, to make more inward, and to exalt the will to live.

Albert Schweitzer (1875 - 1965)

Source: Out of My Life and Thought, 1949

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A Quote by Dr. Albert Schweitzer on history, spirituality, suffering, truth, weakness, and world

One truth stands firm. All that happens in world history rests on something spiritual. If the spiritual is strong, it creates world history. If it is weak, it suffers world history.

Albert Schweitzer (1875 - 1965)

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A Quote by General Douglas MacArthur on chance, character, improvement, problems, spirit, and spirituality


Douglas MacArthur (1880 - 1964)


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A Quote by Douglas L. Callister on life, spirit, spirituality, and world

As we become more conversant with the Holy Spirit, our lives become refined. The sordid and base have no attraction. It is developed spirituality which separates us from the secular world.

Douglas L. Callister

Source: Ensign, November 2000, © by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. Used by permission.

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A Quote by Douglas Jerrold on force, men, spirituality, and world

Great men are they who see that spiritual is stronger than any material force; that thoughts rule the world.

Douglas Jerrold (1803 - 1857)

Source: Progress of Culture. Phi Beta Kappa Address, July 18, 1867.

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A Quote by Dietrich Bonhoeffer on apathy, attitude, beginning, dignity, discovery, fidelity, god, good, meditation, patience, poverty, progress, spirituality, and vanity

Above all, it is not necessary that we should have any unexpected, extraordinary experiences in meditation. This can happen, but if it does not, it is not a sign that the meditation period has been useless. Not only at the beginning, but repeatedly, there will be times when we feel a great spiritual dryness and apathy, an aversion, even an inability to meditate. We dare not be balked by such experiences. Above all, we must not allow them to keep us from adhering to our meditation period with great patience and fidelity. It is, therefore, not good for us to take too seriously the many untoward experiences we have with ourselves in meditation. It is here that our old vanity and our illicit claims upon God may creep in by a pious detour, as if it were our right to have nothing but elevating and fruitful experiences, and as if the discovery of our own inner poverty were quite beneath our dignity. With that attitude, we shall make no progress.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906 - 1945)

Source: Life Together

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