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Edith Hamilton Quotes: "Tell one your thoughts, but beware of two. All know what is known to three"

Tell one your thoughts, but beware of two. All know what is known to three




Edith Hamilton Quotes: "Besides Zeus on his throne, Justice has her seat."

Besides Zeus on his throne, Justice has her seat.




Edith Hamilton Quotes: "Tragedy cannot take place around a type. Suffering is the most individualizing thing on earth."

Tragedy cannot take place around a type. Suffering is the most individualizing thing on earth.




Edith Hamilton Quotes: "A man without fear cannot be a slave."

A man without fear cannot be a slave.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "The power of good is shown not by triumphantly conquering evil, but by continuing to resist evil while facing certain defeat."

The power of good is shown not by triumphantly conquering evil, but by continuing to resist evil while facing certain defeat.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "The author determines that the bitterest struggles are for one side of the truth to the suppression of the other side."

The author determines that the bitterest struggles are for one side of the truth to the suppression of the other side.




Edith Hamilton Quotes: "A magical universe was so terrifying because it was so irrational. There was no cause and effect anywhere."

A magical universe was so terrifying because it was so irrational. There was no cause and effect anywhere.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "Faith is not belief. Belief is passive. Faith is active."

Faith is not belief. Belief is passive. Faith is active.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "Genius moves to creation, not to destruction. Only a very few have combined both."

Genius moves to creation, not to destruction. Only a very few have combined both.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "The Greeks were realists. They saw the beauty of common things and were content with it."

The Greeks were realists. They saw the beauty of common things and were content with it.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "None so good that he has no faults, None so wicked that he is worth naught."

None so good that he has no faults, None so wicked that he is worth naught.




Edith Hamilton Quotes: "Very few great artists feel the giant agony of the world."

Very few great artists feel the giant agony of the world.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "We hold there is no worse enemy to a state than he who keeps the law in his own hands."

We hold there is no worse enemy to a state than he who keeps the law in his own hands.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "Euripides "questioned everything. He was a misanthrope who preferred books to men."

Euripides "questioned everything. He was a misanthrope who preferred books to men.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "Mind and spirit together make up that which separates us from the rest of the animal world, that which enables a man to know the truth and that which enables him to die for the truth."

Mind and spirit together make up that which separates us from the rest of the animal world, that which enables a man to know the truth and that which enables him to die for the truth.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "The fullness of life is in the hazards of life."

The fullness of life is in the hazards of life.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "When faith is supported by facts or by logic it ceases to be faith."

When faith is supported by facts or by logic it ceases to be faith.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "The mind knows only what lies near the heart."

The mind knows only what lies near the heart.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "It is not hard work that is dreary it is superficial work"

It is not hard work that is dreary it is superficial work



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "When the freedom they wished for most was the freedom from responsibility then Athens ceased to be free and never was free again."

When the freedom they wished for most was the freedom from responsibility then Athens ceased to be free and never was free again.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "She was brave from excess of grief"

She was brave from excess of grief



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "Though the outside of human life changes much, the inside changes little."

Though the outside of human life changes much, the inside changes little.



Edith Hamilton Quotes: "Noble self-restraint must have something to restrain."

Noble self-restraint must have something to restrain.