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WILLIAM HOWITT
English Quaker, poet and historical writer
(1792 - 1879)

Unlike all other founders of a religious faith, Christ had no selfishness, no desire of dominance; and His system, unlike all other systems of worship, was bloodless, boundlessly beneficent, and--most marvelous of all--went to break all bonds of body and soul, and to cast down every temporal and every spiritual tyranny.
      - [Christ]

What a glorious spectacle is that of the labor of man upon the earth! It includes everything in it that is glorious. Look around and tell me what you see, that is worth seeing, that is not the work of your hands and the hands of your fellows;--the multitudes of all ages.
      - [Labor]

Whoever has not ascended mountains knows little of the beauties of Nature.
      - [Mountains]

Love you not, then, to list and hear
  The crackling of the gorse-flower near,
    Pouring an orange-scented tide
      Of fragrance o'er the desert wide?
      - A June Day [Gorses]


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