Quote by Anne Baxter
In necessary things, unity; in doubtful things, liberty; in all things, charity.
This quote promotes a balanced approach to dealing with different perspectives and opinions. It suggests that when it comes to matters that are clear and essential, it is important to maintain unity and work together. However, for matters that are uncertain and open to interpretation, individuals should be given the freedom to express their own ideas and explore different options. Above all, the quote emphasizes the value of showing kindness and goodwill towards others, regardless of differing viewpoints or beliefs.
Well, listen a moment, Monsieur Mayor; I have often been severe in my life towards others. It was just. I did right. Now if I were not severe towards myself, all I have justly done would become injustice. Should I spare myself more than others? No. What! if I should be prompt only to punish others and not myself, I should be a wretched indeed! - Javert to M. Madeleine
There is no mistaking a real book when one meets it. It is like falling in love, and like that colossal adventure it is an experience of great social import. Even as the tranced swain, the booklover yearns to tell others of his bliss. He writes letters about it, adds it to the postscript of all manner of communications, intrudes it into telephone messages, and insists on his friends writing down the title of the find. Like the simple-hearted betrothed, once certain of his conquest,