DOUDAN, Xavier Quotes
(1800-1872), French author
The doubts of an honest man contain more moral truth than the profession of faith of people under a worldly yoke.
Violent natures make history.—The instruments they use almost always kill.—Religion and philosophy have their vestments covered with innocent blood.
Old ideas are prejudices, and new ones caprices.
Everything without tells the individual that he is nothing; everything within persuades him that he is everything.