The aim of a college education is to teach you to know a good man when you see one.
Man can alter his life by altering his thinking.
There is but one cause of human failure. And that is man's lack of faith in his true Self.
The best argument I know for an immortal life is the existence of a man who deserves one.
Religion...is a man's total reaction upon life.
A man has as many social selves as there are individuals who recognize him.
Every man who possibly can should force himself to a holiday of a full month in a year, whether he feels like taking it or not.
Man lives for science as well as bread.
We are all ready to be savage in some cause. The difference between a good man and a bad one is the choice of the cause.
What every genuine philosopher (every genuine man, in fact) craves most is praise although the philosophers generally call it recognition!
Properly speaking, a man has as many social selves as there are individuals who recognise him.
An unlearned carpenter of my acquaintance once said in my hearing: There is very little difference between one man and another; but what little there is, is very important. This distinction seems to me to go to the root of the matter.
Our colleges ought to have lit up in us a lasting relish for the better kind of man, a loss of appetite for mediocrities, and a disgust for cheapjacks. We ought to smell, as it were, the difference of quality in men and their proposals when we enter the world of affairs about us.