Quotations From SEAN CHRISTOPHER HARRISON


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  • A life of service is the best example of a life well lived.
    life
  • A man who loves to listen will learn much. But he who refuses to hear will have no wisdom but his own.
    Wisdom
  • The pursuit of knowledge does not start with superior intellect but a questioning mind.
    education
  • A man who is rich and not kind is like a bee who gives no honey.
    wealth
  • An honest, unbiased examination of one's faith will always unearth inconsistencies despite all the truth it embodies.
    Religion
  • Courage and hope have one trajectory and it is upwards.
    Life
  • The day of peace is never as valued as it is in the time of chaos and adversity.
    War and peace
  • A life fully lived is as the complete cycle of the seasons. Spring is infancy. Summer is youth. Autumn is adulthood and winter is old age.
    mortality
  • Contentment is the only remedy for what we cannot have.
    Life
  • Achievement is only important as a means to an end, not only in one's actualization but the common good.
    Life
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