Quotes by Lemuel K. Washburn

wooden pedestal
Displaying 1 to 4 out of 4 Quotes
  • 1

History shows that there is nothing so easy to enslave and nothing so hard to emancipate as ignorance, hence it becomes the double enemy of civilization. By its servility it is the prey of tyranny, and by its credulity it is the foe of enlightenment.
Link to Quote
Lemuel K. Washburn Quotes

section label

 ignorance  

Add your own tags  

No creed can be stretched to the size of truth; no church can be made as large as man.
Link to Quote
Lemuel K. Washburn Quotes

section label

 religion  

Add your own tags  

The true man walks the earth as the stars walk the heavens, grandly obedient to those laws which are implanted in his nature.
Link to Quote
Lemuel K. Washburn Quotes

section label

 mankind  

Add your own tags  

It is necessary to distinguish between the virtue and the vice of obedience.
Link to Quote
Lemuel K. Washburn Quotes

  • 1