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We have forgotten how to be good guests, how to walk lightly on the earth as its other creatures do.
The gaps in power, the gaps in wealth, the gaps in ideology which hold the nations apart also make up the abyss into which mankind can fall to annihilation.
in modern society, fear of unemployment remains the darkest of the shadows thrown by the past. In an industrial order, a man out of work is almost a man out of life.
It is a truism that one person who wants something is a hundred times stronger than a hundred who want to be left alone.
It is very much easier for a rich man to invest and grow richer than for the poor man to begin investing at all. And this is also true of nations.
Faith will not be restored in the West because people believe it to be useful. It will return only when they find that it is true.
I have the impression that when we talk so confidently of liberty, we are unaware of the awful ... servitude of poverty when means are so small that there is literally no choice at all.
There is no human failure greater than to launch a profoundly important endeavour and then leave it half done.
Business shouldn't be like sports, separating the men from the women.
If a man has lived in a tradition which tells him that nothing can be done about his human condition, to believe that progress is possible may well be the greatest revolution of all.
The modern world is not given to uncritical admiration. It expects its idols to have feet of clay and can be reasonably sure that the press and camera will report their exact dimensions.
the distinction between rich nations and poor nations is one of the great dominant political and international themes of our century.
Jews were the first to believe that history itself has meaning and that progress, not repetition, is the law of life.
Our physical unity has gone far ahead of our moral unity.
man's oldest and least reputable occupation - war.
Fear can indeed be the beginning of wisdom.
The raw material from which social institutions are fashioned is always more or less recalcitrant and any human society will tend to produce a caricature of itself.