WIGGLESWORTH, Edward Quotes
(1804-1876), American editor
Common opinions often conflict with common sense; for reason in most minds is no match for prejudices, a hydra whose heads grow faster than they can be cut off.
Sarcasm poisons reproof.
Men's happiness springs mainly from moderate troubles, which afford the mind a healthful stimulus, and are followed by a reaction which produces a cheerful flow of spirits.
Knowledge of the world is dearly bought if at the price of moral purity.