I am thankful I can see much to admire in all religions.
Modification of form is admitted to be a matter of time.
To the mass of mankind religion of some kind is a necessity.
I have since wandered among men of many races and many religions.
What birds can have their bills more peculiarly formed than the ibis, the spoonbill, and the heron?
In my solitude I have pondered much on the incomprehensible subjects of space, eternity, life and death.
I hold with Henry George, that at the back of every great social evil will be found a great political wrong.
Civilisation has ever accompanied emigration and conquest - the conflict of opinion, of religion, or of race.
Truth is born into this world only with pangs and tribulations, and every fresh truth is received unwillingly.
To say that mind is a product or function of protoplasm, or of its molecular changes, is to use words to which we can attach no clear conception.