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  • If there ever was a militant religion, it was that of early New England.
    (Paul Harris)

  • We watched videotapes of exorcisms and we saw for ourselves how scary they can be, ... It allowed us to get away from some of the ways that Hollywood has portrayed exorcisms.
    (Paul Harris)

  • How strange it is that murder has the sanction of law in one and only one of the human relationships, and that is the most important of all, that of nation to nation.
    (Paul Harris)

  • It would not be fair to the critics of Rotary, who include some of the most brilliant of the British and American writers, to charge them with prejudice.
    (Paul Harris)

  • There is nothing in the genius of America more precious today than the spirit of religious and political tolerance in its application to our own people.
    (Paul Harris)


  • To attempt to superimpose its views through the exercise of force, is seldom the part of intelligence; it is frequently the part of ignorance.
    (Paul Harris)

  • With the Baby Boomer generation getting up in age, there's going to be a real lack of skilled workers here in the future and everybody is recognizing that. A lot of these youngsters want to go into technology and computer fields and that's all well and good, but it leaves a gap of skilled laborers and there are good jobs to be had out there.
    (Paul Harris)

  • The way to put an end to these indefensible practices is to promote intercourse between members of different sects and citizens of different nations.
    (Paul Harris)

  • Yeah, I thought about it. I knew that the Superdome was messed up and that they'd be playing all their games on the road.
    (Paul Harris)

  • One's religion is one's own possession and he has a right to it.
    (Paul Harris)

  • Motherhood is at its best when the tender chords of sympathy have been touched.
    (Paul Harris)

  • The nation that is supreme above all others during one age, will be eclipsed by another in the next age.
    (Paul Harris)

  • I'm real disappointed. It really hurts because it's one of the goals I really wanted to accomplish.
    (Paul Harris)

  • The progress of Chicago during the decades immediately following the civil war marked its metamorphosis from a pioneer town into a city of promise.
    (Paul Harris)

  • If there is anything worse than international warfare, is civil warfare, and the United States was destined to experience it in the extreme of bitterness.
    (Paul Harris)


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