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Individuality Quotes


These are some of the best 'Individuality' quotations and sayings.

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All Fords are exactly alike, but no two men are just alike. Every new life is a new thing under the sun; there has never been anything just like it before, never will be again. A young man ought to get that idea about himself; he should look for the single spark of individuality that makes him different from other folks, and develop that for all he is worth. Society and schools may try to iron it out of him; their tendency is to put it all in the same mold, but I say don't let that spark be lost; it is your only real claim to importance.

An institution is the lengthened shadow of one man.

Each mind hath its own method. - A true man never acquires after college rules. - What you have yourself aggregated in a natural manner surprises and delights when it is produced. - We cannot oversee each other's secret.

Every great man is a unique. - The Scipionism of Scipio is precisely that part which he could not borrow.

Every individual has a place to fill in the world, and is important in some respect, whether he chooses to be so or not.

Every individual nature has its own beauty. - In every company, at every fireside, one is struck with the riches of nature, when he hears so many tones, all musical, sees in each person original manners which have a proper and peculiar charm, and reads new expressions of face. - He perceives that nature has laid for each the foundations of a divine building if the soul will build thereon.

Everything without tells the individual that he is nothing; everything within persuades him that he is everything.

Human faculties are common, but that which converges these faculties into my identity, separates me from every other man. - That other man cannot think my thoughts, speak my words, do my works. - He cannot have my sins, and I cannot have his virtues.

If the world is ever conquered for Christ, it will be by every one doing their own work, filling their own sphere, holding their own post, and saying to Jesus, Lord, what wilt thou have me to do.

In proportion to the development of his individuality, each person becomes more valuable to others.

Individuality is everywhere to be spared and respected as the root of everything good.

It is said that if Noah's ark had had to be built by a company, they would not have laid the keel yet; and it may be so. - What is many men's business is nobody's business. - The greatest things are accomplished by individual men.

It was perhaps ordained by Providence, to hinder us from tyrannizing over one another, that no individual should be of so much importance as to cause, by his retirement or death, any chasm in the world.

Not armies, not nations, have advanced the race; but here and there, in the course of ages, an individual has stood up and cast his shadow over the world.

That life only is truly free which rules and suffices for itself.

The epoch of individuality is concluded, and it is the duty of reformers to initiate the epoch of association. Collective man is omnipotent upon the earth he treads.

The great political controversy of the ages has reached its end in the recognition of the individual. - The socialistic party would again sink the individual in the government, and make it possible for the government to perpetuate itself and become absolute.

The greatest works are done by the ones. - The hundreds do not often do much - the companies never; it is the units - the single individuals, that are the power and the might. - Individual effort is, after all, the grand thing.

The worth of a state, in the long run, is the worth of the individuals composing it.

There are men of convictions whose very faces will light up an era, and there are believing women in whose eyes you may almost read the whole plan of salvation.


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