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Quotes by John H. Randall

New Thought Author John H. Randall

( 1899 – 1980)

“Any individual can be, in time, what he earnestlyy desires to be, if he but set his face steadfastly in the direction of that one thing and bring all his powers to bear upon its attainment.” - -John H. Randall

“We cannot hope to see our own tumultuous life as it really is, without passion and without prejudice, unless we can cultivate something of that same detached clarit of vision.” --John H. Randall, Our Changing Civilization: How Science and the Machine Are Reconstructing Modern Life (1929)

“How large a proportion of manking go through life without ever doing any real thinking for themselves! As a matter of fact, most of us are the mere echoes of somebody else's thought. We read the opinion in the papers, or we hear it from some other lips, and we proceed forthwith to voice it as if it were our own.” --John H. Randall, The Culture Of Personality (1912)

“If man is ever to solve the social problems which his science, creating the growing industrial world, has brought upon him, he must place himself and his institutions squarely in this world of nature and subject them also to the play of scientific intelligence.” --John H. Randall, The Making Of The Modern Age (1926)


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