John Jortin

He who does the most good is the greatest man. Power, authority, dignity, honors, wealth and station--these are so far valuable as they put it into the hands of men to be more exemplary and more useful than they could be in an obscure and private life. But then these are means conducting to an end, and that end is goodness. /good/ John Jortin quotes

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Eugeny Antonuk The end of the song is an invitation to the beginning. [05/06/2019 07:05:49] More


Eugeny Antonuk In silence, they hide a comparison, which was not counted in what was said. [05/05/2019 11:05:44] More


Anatoly Yurkin To improve the personality is given through the repetition of mistakes. [05/12/2019 01:05:26] More


Eugeny Antonuk The condition “if not proved the opposite, to consider the assertion to be true” about the existence or non-existence of God is as strange as if the court proved the person’s guilt in the murder, if not proved otherwise. In court, no one is obliged to prove his innocence. [05/03/2019 02:05:09] More


Eugene Ryabyi The more secrets man has - the more unpleasant surprises he can present. [05/06/2019 04:05:36] More