If given the choice between Righteousness and Peace, I choose Righteousness.

Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt

Profession: President
Nationality: American

Some suggestions for you :

The only way to get good service is to give somebody power to render it, facing the fact that power which will enable a man to do a job well will also necessarily enable him to do it ill if he is the wrong kind of man.

All for each, and each for all, is a good motto; but only on condition that each works with might and main to so maintain himself as not to be a burden to others.

I do not think partisanship should ever obscure the truth.

Although not a very old man, I have yet lived a great deal in my life, and I have known sorrow too bitter and joy too keen to allow me to become either cast down or elated for more than a very brief period over any success or defeat.

The Forest and water problems are perhaps the most vital internal problems of the United States.

I then believed, and now believe, that the greatest privilege and greatest duty for any man is to be happily married, and that no other form of success or service, for either man or woman, can be wisely accepted as a substitute or alternative.

Books are the ammunition of life.

We should not forget that it will be just as important to our descendants to be prosperous in their time as it is to us to be prosperous in our time.

With self-discipline most anything is possible.

There! you will think this a dreadfully preaching letter! I suppose I have a natural tendency to preach just at present because I am overwhelmed with my work.

I don't pity any man who does hard work worth doing. I admire him. I pity the creature who does not work, at whichever end of the social scale he may regard himself as being.

Order without liberty and liberty without order are equally destructive.

Books are all very well in their way, and we love them at Sagamore Hill; but children are better than books.

Americans learn only from catastrophes and not from experience.