Preserved Related Quotes
I now find peace in the realization that countless potential masterpieces happen each moment the world over and go unphotographed. The world owes a great debt to all those who have, from a state of exceptional awareness, preserved stillness for us to hold.
Do not follow vain desires; for verily he who prospers is preserved from lust, greed and anger.
“The finest qualities of our nature, like the bloom on fruits, can be preserved only by the most delicate handling.”
How sad it must be for you to be nothing more than a hollow statue, to have your tomb preserved and your story forgotten.
Men have always been obliged to fight to preserve liberty. Constitutions and laws do not safeguard liberty. It can be preserved only by a tolerant people, and this means eternal conflict.
The fantastic thing about the memorial to the Newfoundland Regiment at Beaumont-Hamel is that it's one of the rare examples where they've preserved a battlefield more or less as it was. You can see all the trenches, where the British were, where the Germans lined up.
One longs for the presence of a leader like Lincoln, who openly admitted his doubts and as openly preserved his commitment.
In the end, the difference between Conservatism and Liberalism seems to be this: the Conservative thinks of liberty as something to be preserved, the Liberal thinks of it as something to be enlarged.
For all kinds of reasons, it is more difficult to track women's lives. Women's words have simply been considered less important, so they have been preserved less often.