Humanity has both its beautiful and its ugly sides.
Humanity is never more sphinxlike than when it is expressing itself.
Humanity needs to weep, and this is the time to weep.
Humanity is acquiring all the right technology for all the wrong reasons.
Humanity either makes, or breeds, or tolerates all its afflictions.
Humanity is the virtue of a woman, generosity that of a man.
Humanity would never tolerate it.
Humanity is a disease, a cancer on the body of the world.
Humanity is not common in its views.
Humanity is on the march, earth itself is left behind.
Humanity is so adaptable.
Humanity is a state of mind, not body.
Humanity is the substantial form of Love.
Humanity should be our race. Love should be our religion.
Humanity must perforce prey upon itself, like monsters of the deep.
Humanity takes itself too seriously.
When you see a man led to prison say in your heart, "Mayhap he is escaping from a narrower prison." And when you see a man drunken say in your heart, "Mayhap he sought escape from something still more unbeautiful.
Whatever one man does, it is as if all men did it. For that reason, it is not unfair that one disobedience in a garden should contaminate all humanity; for that reason it is not unjust that the crucifixion of a single Jew should be sufficient to save it.
In abstract love of humanity one almost always only loves oneself.
Humanity can live without science, it can live without bread, but it cannot live without beauty. Without beauty, there would be nothing left to do in this life. Here the secret lies. Here lies the entire story.
When Adam delved and Eve span, who was then the gentleman?
Let your smile change the world, but don't let the world change your smile!
People are of two types: they are either your brothers in faith or your equals in humanity.
What you may call small another will call it big.
The greatest way to live with honor in this world is to be what we pretend to be.
An empire founded by war has to maintain itself by war.
The only sin in the world is ignorance.
Everything changes, nothing remains without change.
Happiness depends upon ourselves.
All men by nature desire knowledge.