He had a lot of them.
Important words to remember during these difficult times.
"It gives on the whole much more pain than pleasure."
Today would have been his 114th birtdhay.
This is a tough one. See if you can break 50 percent.
From the recently deceased Nobel Laureate and Holocaust survivor.
Emerson's odd philosophy of self-reliance can be better understood in its proper context.
Can you name the source of these famous (and not so famous) quotes?
Sixty-two percent of Americans believe that the immigration system is broken.
He was a wise man.
America’s founders had some grave warnings about the dangers of political faction.
From the author of 'Common Sense' and 'Age of Reason'
Unfortunately, those of us descended from the generation which endured World War II often forget or overlook the horrors they endured.
You'll want to bookmark this one.
Written over 300 years ago, they're still very applicable today.
From the author of the prophetic book "Fahrenheit 451"
His insights often lead to better self-understanding.
The Rough Rider had a lot to say.
From the Renaissance humanist's most famous and influential work.
“I started with this idea in my head, ‘Dere’s two things I’ve got a right to, and dese are, Death or Liberty..."
He was much more than just 'Charlotte's Web'...
7 quotes on what they thought
From the author of the modern classic "Amusing Ourselves to Death"
On what would have been his 163rd birthday, a glimpse into the soul of the brilliant, tormented artist.
A list of (sourced) quotes that reflect what America’s Founders thought about the nature of humanity.
Many of the cherished witticisms we attribute to Lincoln cannot be directly sourced to America’s 16th president.
Saul Bellow (1915-2005) won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1976.
Is it time that Americans of all ages begin recognizing that the good life doesn’t come to a person without a lot of blood, sweat, and tears?