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Sylvia Thompson

  • ... I don't believe there's more than one human man or woman in a thousand who can think internationally, and until the majority can I don't see any hope of lasting peace.

  • What has patriotism come to be but greed and false pride, when the only way it can show itself is by shedding blood to gain gold? More economic advantage, more territory, more power.

  • ... nothing makes one so easily a fatalist as indifference.

  • My impression is that the people who say most understand least.

Sylvia Thompson, English writer, speaker

(1902 - 1968)