Showing posts with label Liberty. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Liberty. Show all posts
“Those who won our independence ... believed liberty to be the secret of happiness and courage to be the secret of liberty.”Louis Brandeis (1856 – 1941) U.S. judge
Independence - Liberty Quotes - Brandeis

Independence - Liberty Quotes - Brandeis

“Those who won our independence ... believed liberty to be the secret of happiness and courage to be the secret of liberty.”Louis Brandeis (1856 – 1941) U.S. judge
“I know that upon 4th of July, our 4th of July orators talk of Liberty, while three million of their own country men are groaning in abject Slavery. This is called 'the land of the free and the home of the brave'; it is called the 'asylum of the oppressed'; and some have been foolish enough to call it the 'Cradle of Liberty.' If it is the 'cradle of liberty,' they have rocked the child to death
Liberty - Independence Day Quote - Brown

Liberty - Independence Day Quote - Brown

“I know that upon 4th of July, our 4th of July orators talk of Liberty, while three million of their own country men are groaning in abject Slavery. This is called 'the land of the free and the home of the brave'; it is called the 'asylum of the oppressed'; and some have been foolish enough to call it the 'Cradle of Liberty.' If it is the 'cradle of liberty,' they have rocked the child to death
“Freedom is a more complex and delicate thing than force. It is not as simple to live under as force is.”Thomas Mann (1875 – 1955) German winner of the Nobel Prize in literature
Freedom - Force Quotes - Thomas Mann

Freedom - Force Quotes - Thomas Mann

“Freedom is a more complex and delicate thing than force. It is not as simple to live under as force is.”Thomas Mann (1875 – 1955) German winner of the Nobel Prize in literature
“Sing in the tones of prayer,Sing till the soaring soulShall float above the world's controlIn Freedom everywhere!Sing for the good that is to be,Sing for the eyes that are to seeThe land where man at last is free,O sing for Liberty!”James Whitcomb Riley (1849 – 1916) U.S. poet
Independence Day Quotes - James Riley

Independence Day Quotes - James Riley

“Sing in the tones of prayer,Sing till the soaring soulShall float above the world's controlIn Freedom everywhere!Sing for the good that is to be,Sing for the eyes that are to seeThe land where man at last is free,O sing for Liberty!”James Whitcomb Riley (1849 – 1916) U.S. poet