Top 50 Thomas Jefferson Quotes on Success, Education, Life and Happiness

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Top 50 Thomas Jefferson Quotes on Success, Education, Life and Happiness

Top 50 Thomas Jefferson Quotes on Success, Education, Life and Happiness

 

“I Like The Dreams of The Future Better than The History of The Past.”

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“Honesty is The First Chapter in The Book of Wisdom.”

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“I Cannot Live Without Books.”

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“I’m a Greater Believer in Luck, and I Find The Harder I Work The More I have of it.”

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“The Price if Freedom Us Eternal Vigilance.”

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“The End of Democracy and The Defeat of The American Revolution will occur when Government Falls into The Hands of Lending Institutions and Moneyed Incorporations.”

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“The Tree of Liberty must Be Refreshed from Time to Time with The Blood of Patriots and Tyrants. It is its Natural Manure.”

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“The Art of Life is The Art of Avoiding Pain.”

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“Do You Want to Know who You are? Don't ask. Act! Action will Delineate and Define You.” 

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“If a Law is Unjust, a Man is Not only Right to Disobey it, He is Obligated to Do so.”

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“A True Patriot will Defend his Country from its Government.”

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“The Happiest Moments of My Life have Been The Few which I have Passed at Home in The Bosom of My Family.”

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“The Legitimate Powers of Government Extend to such Acts only as are Injurious to Others. It does Me No Injury for My Neighbor to Say there are Twenty Gods or No God. It neither Picks My Pocket nor Breaks My Leg.”

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“The Care of Human Life and Happiness, and Not their Destruction, is The First and only Object of Good Government.”

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“Never Put Off to Tomorrow what You can Do to-Day.”

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“A Little Rebellion now and then is a Good Thing and as Necessary in The Political World as Storms in The Physical.”

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“In Matters of Style, Swim with The Current; in Matters of Principle, Stand Like a Rock.”

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“Educate and Inform The Whole Mass of The People... They are The Only Sure Reliance for The Preservation of Our Liberty.”

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“I Tremble for My Country when I Reflect that God is Just; that his Justice Cannot Sleep Forever.”

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“I Believe in Both a Creative and Personal God, a Divinely Ordered Universe, that Man has an Innate Moral Sense, and that Jesus was a Great Moral Teacher, Perhaps The Greatest The World has Witnessed.” 

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“Dispositions of The Mind, Like Limbs of The Body, Acquire Strength by Exercise.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“If You Want Something You’ve Never had You must Be Willing to Do Something You’ve Never Done.”  

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“Commerce with all Nations, Alliance with None, should Be Our Motto.”

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“We in America Do Not have Government by The Majority. We have Government by The Majority who Participate.”

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“A Wise and Frugal Government, which shall Restrain Men from Injuring One another, shall Leave them Otherwise Free to Regulate their Own Pursuits of Industry and Improvement, and shall Not Take from The Mouth of Labor The Bread it has Earned. ”

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“One Man with Courage is a Majority.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“History, in General, only Informs Us what Bad Government is.” 

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“Never Spend Your Money before You have Earned it.”  

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“The Glow of One Warm Thought is to Me Worth More than Money.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“I Prefer Dangerous Freedom Over Peaceful Slavery.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“Determine Never to Be idle. No Person will have Occasion to Complain of The Want of Time, who Never Loses any. It is Wonderful how much may Be Done, if We are always Doing.” 

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“The Man who Reads Nothing at all is Better Educated than The Man who Reads Nothing but Newspapers.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“If I am to Meet with a Disappointment, The Sooner I Know it, The More of Life I shall have to Wear it Off.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“Leave No Authority Existing Not Responsible to The People.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“I Never Considered a Difference of Opinion in Politics, in Religion, in Philosophy, as Cause for Withdrawing from a Friend.”

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“Men of Quality are Not Threatened by Women of Equality.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“The God who Gave Us Life, Gave Us Liberty at The Same Time.” 

Thomas Jefferson

  

“I Like The Dreams of The Future Better than The History of The Past.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“He who Knows Nothing is Closer to The Truth than He whose Mind is Filled with Falsehoods and Errors.”  

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“Nothing can Stop The Man with The Right Mental Attitude from Achieving his Goal; Nothing on Earth can Help The Man with The Wrong Mental Attitude.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“I Predict Future Happiness for Americans, if They can Prevent The Government from Wasting The Labors of The People Under The Pretense of Taking Care of them.”

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“The Reason that Christianity is The Best Friend of Government is Because Christianity is The Only Religion that Changes The Heart.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“There is Not in The British Empire a Man who More Cordially Loves a Union with Great Britain than I Do. But by The God that Made Me, I will Cease to Exist before I yield to a Connection on such Terms as The British Parliament Propose.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“There is Nothing More Unequal than The Equal Treatment of Unequal People.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“The Most Valuable of all Talents is that of Never Using Two Words when One will Do.”  

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“To Learn, You have to Listen. To Improve, You have to Try.”

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“Dependence Begets Subservience and Venality, Suffocates The Germ of Virtue, and Prepares Fit Tools for The Designs of Ambition.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“Truth is Certainly a Branch of Morality and a Very Important One to Society.”

Thomas Jefferson

  

“Happiness is Not Being Pained in Body or Troubled in Mind.” 

Thomas Jefferson