COBDEN, Richard Quotes
(1804-1865), English statesman and economist
Luck is ever waiting for something to turn up. Labor, with keen eyes and strong will, will turn up something. Luck lies in bed, and wishes the postman would bring him the news of a legacy. Labor turns out at six o'clock, and with busy pen or ringing hammer lays the foundation of a competence. Luck whines. Labor whistles. Luck relies on chance. Labor on character.
A newspaper should be the maximum of information, and the minimum of comment.
You have no security for a man who has no religious principle.
I consider the temperance cause the foundation of all social and political reform.