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|Until you make peace with who you are, you'll never be content with what you |
have. - Doris Mortman Peace comes from within. ... Aristide Briand A peace
which depends upon fear is nothing but a suppressed war. - Henry van Dyke
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|What all men are really after is some form, or perhaps only some formula, of |
peace. - Conrad, Joseph Peace is produced by war. - Corneille ... Disraeli,
Benjamin A peace that depends on fear is nothing but a suppressed war. - Dyke,
|A peace which depends only upon fear is nothing but a suppressed war. Every |
now and then the restraining fear gives way, in one place or another, and
hundreds of thousands of men are dressed in uniform and marshalled with music
to blow ...
|Plaque on moon marking U.S. landing The work, my friends, is peace. ... Peace. |
J. Robert Oppenheimer (19041967) Director, Institute for Advanced Studies,
Princeton, NJ A peace which depends upon fear is nothing but a suppressed war
|Great generals win campaigns, but it is the soldier who wins the war. ... The best |
rose-bush, after all, is not that which has the fewer thorn, but that which has the
finest roses. ... A peace that depends on fear is nothing but suppressed war.
|Fear brings behavioral compliance for a short while, but in the long run the use of |
fear breeds resentment and rebellion. A peace which depends upon fear is
nothing but a suppressed war. Henry van Dyke As a teaching aid, using
reward as ...
|Peace in international affair is a period of cheating between two periods of |
fighting. - Ambrose Bierce 2276. A peace that depends upon fear is nothing but a
suppressed war. - Henry Van Dyke 2277. If we want peace, nations should avoid
|'Peace is not the mere absence of war, but a virtue based on strength of mind,' |
that is, involving men's participation. 'A state whose peace depends on the
apathy of its subjects,' he asserts, 'who are led like sheep so that they learn
nothing but ...
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eBook and/or eChapter(s). ... Words uttered under coercion are proof of loyalty to
nothing but self-interest. ... Neither our domestic tranquility in peace nor our
martial effort in war depend on compelling little children to participate ... If, as we
think, their fears are groundless, time and reason are the proper antidotes for
|What will you do if the government believes it ought to make war, and what will |
you have to do if we continue in peace? ... In free trade there is a definite end, a
material one; in the League of Peace I see nothing but an idea. ... There is not in
itapoint of law to be suppressed or modified; there is nothing. ... he expressed for
her his fear that this campaign would be, both in labor and expense, too heavy for
my strength and my resources; and he reminded her that if we have (which he