Harriet Stowe Quotes

Found 51 quotes by Harriet Stowe .
[ Page 3 of 3 ]
Harriet Stowe

"Mothers are the most instinctive philosophers." Harriet Stowe
Add Category or Author

Mothers   

Harriet Stowe

"O, with what freshness, what solemnity and beauty, is each new day born; as if to say to insensate man, 'Behold! thou hast one more chance! Strive for immortal glory!" Harriet Stowe
Add Category or Author

Beauty   

Harriet Stowe

"The longest day must have its close -the gloomiest night will wear on to a morning. An eternal, inexorable lapse of moments is ever hurrying the day of the evil to an eternal night, and the night of the just to an eternal day." Harriet Stowe
Add Category or Author

Harriet Stowe

"One would like to be grand and heroic, if one could; but if not, why try at all? One wants to be very something, very great, very heroic; or if not that, then at least very stylish and very fashionable. It is this everlasting mediocrity that bores me." Harriet Stowe
Add Category or Author

Mediocrity   

Harriet Stowe

"Perhaps it is impossible for a person who does no good to do no harm" Harriet Stowe
Add Category or Author

Harriet Stowe

"So much has been said and sung of beautiful young girls, why doesn't somebody wake up to the beauty of old women" Harriet Stowe
Add Category or Author

Beauty   

Harriet Stowe

"Everyone confesses in the abstract that exertion which brings out all the powers of body and mind is the best thing for us all; but practically most people do all they can to get rid of it, and as a general rule nobody does much more than circumstances drive them to do." Harriet Stowe
Add Category or Author

Body   

Harriet Stowe

"Perhaps it is impossible for a person who does no good to do no harm." Harriet Stowe
Add Category or Author

American Author   

Harriet Stowe

"A day of grace is yet held out to us. Both North and South have been guilty before God; and the Christian Church has a heavy account to answer. Not by combining together, to protest injustice and cruelty, and making a common capital of sin, is this Union to be saved-but by repentance, justice and mercy; for, not surer is the eternal law by which the millstone sinks in the ocean, than that stronger law, by which injustice and cruelty shall bring on nations the wrath of Almighty God." Harriet Stowe
Add Category or Author



Add this widget to your website!


Popular Current Topics


"The words you need by the people you admire."

Copyright © 2002-2013 Great Quotes.com


Contact