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Bryant H. McGill quotes

The right to justice is something that no one can bestow, nor take away, for it is in one's heart.

The secret to discovery is to never believe existing facts.

The world is starving for original and decisive leadership.

The worst bullies you will ever encounter in your life are your own thoughts.

There are few surer ways to become disliked by men than to perform well where they have performed poorly.

There is little more powerful than when truth joins action.

There is no happiness outside of ourselves.

There is something greater than any nation; it is the spirit which created the nation.

We believe we are the consumers, but we are the consumed.

When trying to teach someone a boundary, they learn less from the enforcement of the boundary and more from the way the boundary was established.

When you are not free, you are not creating; you are being created.

Where wise actions are the fruit of life, wise discourse is the pollination.

You reclaim your power by loving what you were once taught to hate.

Callousness and insolence bring to bare unanimous social condemnation, while the simple efforts of politeness are admired; even in those who are otherwise despised.

Our understanding of the world around us is constantly being redefined and expanded, and so therefore, it is wiser to be passionate about seeking for truth than knowing it.

Truth is not a matter of fact but a state of harmony with progress and hope. Enveloped only in its wings will we ever soar to the promise of our greater selves.

Knowledge is that possession that no misfortune can destroy, no authority can revoke, and no enemy can control. This makes knowledge the greatest of all freedoms.

The supreme lesson of any education should be to think for yourself and to be yourself; absent this attainment, education creates dangerous, stupefying conformity.

Education should prepare our minds to use its own powers of reason and conception rather than filling it with the accumulated misconceptions of the past.

Freedom is not a gift nor does it simply exist for us to have, but rather it is a sacred duty, and its blessed yield of hope is born from none other than the blood of the innocent.