Facts about Jose Marti

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Summary

Jose Marti was a famous Activist from Cuba, who lived between January 28, 1853 and May 19, 1895. He/she became 42 years old.

Zodiac etc.

He/she is born under the zodiac aquarius, who is known for Knowledge, Humanitarian, Serious, Insightful, Duplicitous. Our collection contains 44 quotes who is written / told by Jose.

Here is some other popular authors who lived in the same timeframe: Charles F. Kettering, Charles Eastman, Mahatma Gandhi, Albert Schweitzer, Elbert Hubbard, Robert Frost, George Matthew Adams, John Barrymore, George S. Patton, Casey Stengel, Frank Lloyd Wright, Helen Keller, Pablo Picasso, George Santayana, Aldous Huxley, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Albert Einstein, Grace Abbott, Kin Hubbard, H. L. Mencken

Famous quotes by Jose Marti (44)


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"Fortunately, there is a sane equilibrium in the character of nations, as there is in that of men"
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"But when women are moved and lend help, when women, who are by nature calm and controlled, give encouragement and applause, when virtuous and knowledgeable women grace the endeavor with their sweet love, then it is invincible"
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"A grain of poetry suffices to season a century"
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"A genuine man goes to the roots. To be a radical is no more than that: to go to the roots"
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"The struggles waged by nations are weak only when they lack support in the hearts of their women"
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"It is the duty of man to raise up man"
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"If I survive, I will spend my whole life at the oven door seeing that no one is denied bread and, so as to give a lesson of charity, especially those who did not bring flour"
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"He who does not see things in their depth should not call himself a radical"
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"To busy oneself with what is futile when one can do something useful, to attend to what is simple when one has the mettle to attempt what is difficult, is to strip talent of its dignity"
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"Peoples are made of hate and of love, and more of hate than love"
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"Other famous men, those of much talk and few deeds, soon evaporate. Action is the dignity of greatness"
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"Like stones rolling down hills, fair ideas reach their objectives despite all obstacles and barriers. It may be possible to speed or hinder them, but impossible to stop them"
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"He who uses the office he owes to the voters wrongfully and against them is a thief"
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"Happiness exists on earth, and it is won through prudent exercise of reason, knowledge of the harmony of the universe, and constant practice of generosity"
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"To use for our exclusive benefit what is not ours is theft"
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"Talent is a gift that brings with it an obligation to serve the world, and not ourselves, for it is not of our making"
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"Only those who spread treachery, fire, and death out of hatred for the prosperity of others are undeserving of pity"
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"Like bones to the human body, the axle to the wheel, the wing to the bird, and the air to the wing, so is liberty the essence of life. Whatever is done without it is imperfect"
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"But love, like the sun that it is, sets afire and melts everything. what greed and privilege to build up over whole centuries the indignation of a pious spirit, with its natural following of oppressed souls, will cast down with a single shove"
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"A child who does not think about what happens around him and is content with living without wondering whether he lives honestly is like a man who lives from a scoundrel's work and is on the road to being a scoundrel"
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"There is happiness in duty, although it may not seem so"
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"Perhaps the enemies of liberty are such only because they judge it by its loud voice"
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"Man is a living duty, a depository of powers that he must not leave in a brute state. Man is a wing"
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"Love is the bond between men, the way to teach and the center of the world"
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"It is necessary to make virtue fashionable"
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"He who receives money in trust to administer for the benefit of its owner, and uses it either for his own interest or against the wishes of its rightful owner, is a thief"
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"An insatiable appetite for glory leads to sacrifice and death, but innate instinct leads to self-preservation and life"
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"A selfish man is a thief"
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"To give one's life is a right only when one gives it unselfishly"
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"The wretch who lives without freedom feels like dressing in the mud from the streets Those who have you, o Liberty, do not know. you. Those who do not have you should not speak of you, but win you"
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"It is terrible to speak of you, Liberty, for one who lives without you"
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"Every human being has within him an ideal man, just as every piece of marble contains in a rough state a statue as beautiful as the one that Praxiteles the Greek made of the god Apollo"
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"Culture, which makes talent shine, is not completely ours either, nor can we place it solely at our disposal. Rather, it belongs mainly to our country, which gave it to us, and to humanity, from which we receive it as a birthright"
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"A child, from the time he can think, should think about all he sees, should suffer for all who cannot live with honesty, should work so that all men can be honest, and should be honest himself"
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"The vote is a trust more delicate than any other, for it involves not just the interests of the voter, but his life, honor and future as well"
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"Liberty is the right of every man to be honest, to think and to speak without hypocrisy"
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"It is a sin not to do what one is capable of doing"
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"The force of passion is balanced by the force of interest"
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"One is guilty of all abjection that one does not help to relieve"
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"Just as he who gives his life to serve a great idea is admirable, he who avails himself of a great idea to serve his personal hopes of glory and power is abominable, even if he too risks his life"
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"In truth, men speak too much of danger"
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"He who could have been a torch and stoops to being a pair of jaws is a deserter"
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"Freedoms, like privileges, prevail or are imperiled together You cannot harm or strive to achieve one without harming or furthering all"
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"Charm is a product of the unexpected"


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