When the human race has once acquired a superstition nothing short of death is ever likely to remove it
More Quotes from Mark Twain:You perceive I generalize with intrepidity from single instances. It is the tourist's custom.
Part of the secret of a success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside.
What work I have done I have done because it has been play. If it had been work I shouldn't have done it. Who was it who said, Blessed is the man who has found his work Whoever it was he had the right idea in his mind. Mark you, he says his work--not somebody else's work. The work that is really a man's own work is play and not work at all. Cursed is the man who has found some other man's work and cannot lose it. When we talk about the great workers of the world we really
Where every man in a state has a vote, brutal laws are impossible.
Evolution is the law of policies Darwin said it, Socrates endorsed it, Cuvier proved it and established it for all time in his paper on ''The Survival of the Fittest.'' These are illustrious names, this is a mighty doctrine nothing can ever remove it from its firm base, nothing dissolve it, but evolution.
A scientist will never show any kindness for a theory which he did not start himself.
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And when did mere preaching do any good? Put something in the place of these things. Fill the vacuum of the mind.