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    johann heinrich pestalozzi Quotes

    I learned that no man in God's wide earth is either willing or able to help any other man.
    — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
    tags: men  earth  help  god 
     
    So when a great man dies For years beyond our ken The light he leaves behind him lies Upon the paths of men.
    — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
    tags: men  lies  die  path  year 
     
    You can drive the devil out of your garden but you will find him again in the garden of your son.
    — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
    tags: devil  son  garden 
     
    There is no happiness for him who oppresses and persecutes; no, there can be no repose for him. For the sighs of the unfortunate cry for vengeance to heaven.
    — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
    tags: happiness  heaven 
     
    Charity is the drowning of justice in the craphole of mercy.
    — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
    tags: justice  mercy  charity 
     
    Man must search for what is right, and let happiness come on its own.
    — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
    tags: happiness  men  right 
     
    The circle of knowledge commences close round a man and thence stretches out concentrically.
    — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
    tags: men 
     
    The greatest victory a man can win is victory over himself.
    — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
    tags: men  victory 
     
    I would take school instruction out of the hands of the old order of decrepit, stammering, journeymen-teachers as well as from the new weak ones, who are generally no better for popular instruction, and entrust it to the undivided powers of Nature herself, to the light that God kindles and ever keeps alive in the hearts of fathers and mothers, to the interest of parents who desire that their children should grow up in favour with God and man.
    — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
    Whoever is unwilling to help himself can be helped by no one.
    — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
    tags: help 
     
    Thinking leads man to knowledge. He may see and hear, and read and learn, as much as he please; he will never know any of it, except that which he has thought over, that which by thinking he has made the property of his mind. Is it then saying too much if I say, that man by thinking only becomes truly man? Take away thought from man's life, and what remains?
    — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
    Our home joys are the most delightful earth affords, and the joy of parents in their children is the most holy joy of humanity.
    — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
    tags: children  humanity  joy  earth  child  holy  parent 
     
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