José Martí Quotes

</div "Charm is a product of the unexpected." ~José Martí "Happiness exists on earth, and it is won through prudent exercise of reason, knowledge of the harmony of the universe, and constant practice of generosity." ~José Martí “If I survive, I will spend my whole life at the oven door seeing that no one is denied bread and, so as to give a lesson one is denied bread and, so as to give a lesson of charity, especially those who did not bring flour.” ~Jose Marti "In a time of crisis, the peoples of the world must rush to get to know each other." ~José Martí "It is my duty to prevent, through the independence of Cuba, the U.S.A. from spreading over the West Indies and falling with addedweight upon other lands of Our America. All I have done up to now and shall do hereafter is to that end…. I know the Monster, because I have lived in its lair–and my weapon is only the slingshot of David." ~José Martí "Liberty is the right of every man to be honest, to think and to speak without hypocrisy." ~José Martí "Men are like the stars; some generate their own light while others reflect the brilliance they receive." ~José Martí "One revolution is still necessary: the one that will not end with the rule of its leader. It will be the revolution against revolutions, the uprising of all peaceable individuals, who will become soldiers for once so that neither they nor anyone else will ever have to be a soldier again." ~José Martí "Other famous men, those of much talk and few deeds, soon evaporate. Action is the dignity of greatness." ~José Martí "People can only be free if they are truly educated." ~José Martí "To educate is to give man the keys to the world, which are independence and love, and to give him strength to journey on his own, light of step, a spontaneous and free being." ~José Martí

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Imannuel Kant – universal law

« Act according to a maxim which can, at the same time, be valid as a universal law.—You must, therefore begin by looking at the subjective principle of your action. But to know whether this principle is also objectively valid, your reason must subject it to the test of conceiving yourself as giving universal law through this principle. If your maxim qualifies for a giving of universal law, then it qualifies as objectively valid. » ~Imannuel Kant