234 Quotes About Character

  • "One must not hold one's self so divine as to be unwilling occasionally to make improvements in one's creations."

    - Assorted Authors
    Topics: Character


  • "Earnestness is enthusiasm tempered by reason."

    - Blaise Pascal
    Topics: Character


  • "Gratitude is the fairest blossom which springs from the soul."

    - Henry Ward Beecher
    Topics: Character, Gratitude


  • "Many a thief is a better man than many a clergyman, and miles nearer to the gate of the kingdom."

    - George Macdonald
    Topics: Character


  • "What is the creed of the Agnostic, but the confession of the spiritual numbness of humanity?"

    - Henry Drummond
    Topics: Character


  • "Some are so uncharitable as to think all women bad, and others are so credulous as to believe they are all good. All will grant her corporeal frame more wonderful and more beautiful than man's. And can we think God would put a worse soul into her better body?"

    - Owen Feltham
    Topics: Character, Beauty, Women


  • "Zeal without humanity is like a ship without a rudder, liable to be stranded at any moment."

    - Owen Feltham
    Topics: Character, Zeal


  • "Speak but little and well if you would be esteemed a man of merit."

    - Richard Chenevix Trench
    Topics: Character


  • "Character is both developed and revealed by tests, and all of life is a test."

    - Rick Warren
    Topics: Character


  • "No man can quench his thirst with sand, or with water from the Dead Sea; so no man can find rest from his own character, however good, or from his own acts, however religious."

    - Horatius Bonar
    Topics: Character


  • "What you are is what it takes to stop you."

    - Jack Hyles
    Topics: Character



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