Quote by Daniel Webster
Whatever makes men good Christians, makes them good citizens.
This quote suggests that the qualities and values that make someone a good Christian, such as compassion, fairness, and integrity, also make them good citizens. It implies that being an ethical and virtuous individual in one's religious beliefs translates into being a responsible and active participant in society. The quote implies that the principles and teachings of Christianity can guide individuals to be morally upright, serving both their religious community and larger society.
Except for the sound of the rain, on the road, on the roofs, on the umbrella, there was absolute silence: only the dying moan of the sirens continued for a moment or two to vibrate within the ear. It seemed to Scobie later that this was the ultimate border he had reached in happiness: being in darkness, alone, with the rain falling, without love or pity.