QuotationsHenry Wadsworth Longfellow
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This Quotations Archive contains words from famous and some not so famous people who have expressed a sense of love, compassion, and respect for all of God's creation: for people, for animals, and for the environment. They speak of our teaching methods and philosophy. They speak of a lifestyle of non-violence. They seek to eliminate cruelty and suffering. They seek to wake us up. They seek to give us hope.

Weeds by Mary T. Hoffman

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
American poet and edudcator, works include Paul Revere's Ride, The Song of Hiawatha and Evangeline
(1807-1882)

“All things must change to something new.”

“Being all fashioned of the same dust,
Let us be merciful as well as just.”

“Among the noblest in the land –
Though man may count himself the least –
That man I honor and revere,
Who without favor, without fear,
In the great city dares to stand,
The friend of every friendless beast.”

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