Joshua Emmet Quotes

Top 12 wise famous quotes and sayings by Joshua Emmet

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Joshua Emmet Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Joshua Emmet quotes: Love arrives without practical deliberations in its suitcase. Love arrives without practical deliberations in its suitcase.
Joshua Emmet quotes: The letter of the law should bend; and this bending should be with the winds of freedom rather than toward the lifelessness of still punishment. The letter of the law should bend; and this bending should be with the winds of freedom rather than toward the lifelessness of still punishment.
Joshua Emmet quotes: Because love operates outside of time, love has always existed and it will never cease. Because love operates outside of time, love has always existed and it will never cease.
Joshua Emmet quotes: The tyrant is asleep to beauty and awake to ugliness. The tyrant is asleep to beauty and awake to ugliness.
Joshua Emmet quotes: A philosopher's house is always more tuneful than a disciplinarian's. A philosopher's house is always more tuneful than a disciplinarian's.
Joshua Emmet quotes: Not only does American corn syrup run deep in our food - it also runs deep in our propaganda. Not only does American corn syrup run deep in our food - it also runs deep in our propaganda.
Joshua Emmet quotes: It is not that accepting and rejecting are great actions within themselves. But the right to accept or reject, now that is everything. It is not that accepting and rejecting are great actions within themselves. But the right to accept or reject, now that is everything.
Joshua Emmet quotes: In a legitimate democracy, all have an equal say. In a legitimate democracy, all have an equal say.
Joshua Emmet quotes: When you recklessly mine the depths of your imagination, universal truths are freed to surface. When you recklessly mine the depths of your imagination, universal truths are freed to surface.
Joshua Emmet quotes: What about the virtue of letting others be themselves? Is this not the greatest virtue of all? What about the virtue of letting others be themselves? Is this not the greatest virtue of all?
Joshua Emmet quotes: Why should the constitution of a peaceful individual hold less weight than the constitution of a nation? Why should the constitution of a peaceful individual hold less weight than the constitution of a nation?