Henry Edward Manning Quotes

Top 7 wise famous quotes and sayings by Henry Edward Manning

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Henry Edward Manning quotes: A critic knows more than the author he criticizes, or just as much, or at least somewhat less. A critic knows more than the author he criticizes, or just as much, or at least somewhat less.
Henry Edward Manning quotes: Our character is our will; for what we will we are. Our character is our will; for what we will we are.
Henry Edward Manning quotes: Few men are both rich and generous; fewer are both rich and humble. Few men are both rich and generous; fewer are both rich and humble.
Henry Edward Manning quotes: To put labour and wages first and human ordomestic life second is to invert the order of God and of nature. To put labour and wages first and human ordomestic life second is to invert the order of God and of nature.
Henry Edward Manning quotes: A habit of devout fellowship with God is the spring of all our life, and the strength of it. A habit of devout fellowship with God is the spring of all our life, and the strength of it.
Henry Edward Manning quotes: Every duty, even the least duty, involves the whole principle of obedience. Every duty, even the least duty, involves the whole principle of obedience.