I would like to see a state of society in which every man and woman preferred the old Scottish Sunday to the modern French one. We should then find solid and eternal foundations of character and self-command.
The man who saves time by galloping loses it by missing his way; the shepherd who hurries his flock to get them home spends the night on the mountain looking for the lost; economy does not consist in haste, but in certainty.
The trade-unionist has the same limitation imposed upon him as the capitalist. He cannot advance his interests at the expense of society.
We shall never be able to effect physical disarmament until we have succeeded in effecting moral disarmament.
We have all taken risks in the making of war. Isn’t it time that we should take risks to secure peace?
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