Quote by Woodrow Wilson
Provision for others is a fundamental responsibility of human life.
This quote emphasizes the inherent duty of every human being to provide and care for others. It suggests that it is natural and essential for individuals to support and meet the needs of others, whether it is financially, emotionally, or through any other means. This responsibility reflects the interconnectedness and interdependence that exists in society. By recognizing and fulfilling our obligations towards others, we contribute to the well-being and harmony of our communities and demonstrate our commitment to the shared values of compassion and empathy.
What are the convulsions of a city in comparison with the insurrections of the soul? Man is a depth still greater than the people. Jean Valjean at that very moment was the prey of a terrible upheaval. Every sort of gulf had opened again within him. He also was trembling, like Paris, on the brink of an obscure and formidable revolution. A few hours had sufficed to bring this about. His destiny and his conscience had suddenly been covered with gloom. Of him also, as well as of Paris, it might have been said: Two principles are face to face. The white angel and the black angel are about to seize each other on the bridge of the abyss. Which of the two will hurl the other over? Who will carry the day?