Justice Quotations

Where Are Our Fighters?

Where Are Our Fighters?

With the halls of the courthouses teeming with lawyers, the skyscrapers bulging with lawyers, the streets of our cities packed with lawyers, the people are still without fighters, for they have gone off to other wars for other causes. Like mercenaries, they wrangle...

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Memory Is Prayer

Memory Is Prayer

On this Memorial Day, let us give thought to all the ways that memory is prayer. Let us remember especially all those who truly serve the cause of peace, justice, and freedom. Let us remember without judgment all those who are caught up in the fighting of  "wars or...

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D’at True

D’at True

And it is no less true, that personal security and
 private property rest entirely upon the wisdom,
 the stability, and the integrity of the courts of justice.
 ~ Joseph Story 1779-1845 United States Supreme Court Judge 1811-1833 Historical Age, Age of Reason...

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Who Sits In The Front Row?

Who Sits In The Front Row?

There are many who struggle in anonymity for the rights of people and for justice. We do not find them on golf courses or lounging in the private clubs. They labor in dingy offices and struggle for the next month's rent. Their goal is not money, but freedom for a...

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Today’s Weather Report

Today’s Weather Report

When any of the four pillars of government, religion, justice, counsel and treasure are mainly shaken or weakened, men have need to pray for fine weather. ~ Francis Bacon 1561-1626   England,  Essayist, Historical Age, Renaissance 1400-1640; Astrological Age, Pisces 1...

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Calling All Good People

Calling All Good People

Fill the seats of justice with good people, not so absolute in goodness as to forget what human frailty is. ~Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd   1795-1854    England    Judge Age of Reason, 1650-1950; Astrological Age, Age of Pisces 1 AD-2000; Sun Sign, Gemini.

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Fire in Your Bones

Fire in Your Bones

When you love people, you hate the fact that they're being treated unjustly. Justice is not simply an abstract concept to regulate institutions, but also a fire in the bones to promote the well-being of all. ~ Cornel West     b. 1952    United States      Educator,...

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The Vast Majority

The Vast Majority

There are core values that should bring us together as Americans, and one of them is standing together against hate, racism, bigotry, and violence that have long haunted and plagued our nation. In the last few years, it’s been given much too much oxygen in our...

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Goddess of Fire

Goddess of Fire

Were I to personify Justice, instead of presenting her blind, I would denominate her the goddess of fire... Of unbending integrity..." ~ Judith Sergeant Murray  1751-1820    United States     Political Activist Historical Age: Age of Reason, 1650 - 1950; Astrological...

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Capacity and Inclination

Capacity and Inclination

Man's capacity for justice makes democracy possible, but man's inclination to injustice makes democracy necessary. ~ Reinhold Niebuhr  1892-1971  United States  Minister Historical Age, Age of Reason, 1650 - 1950; Astrological Age, Pisces, 1 AD - 2000: Sun Sign,...

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The Art of Justice

The Art of Justice

  Justice at the Gates of Fortitude and Justice, Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland by sculptor John Van Nost, 1729. This allegorical statue of Justice stands above the Cork Hill entrance to Dublin Castle. Many statues have Justice blindfolded but in this case her...

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