"Some day we shall all be free. Racial hatred will die out; citizenship will be important but humanity as a whole much more so. Boundaries and territories will assume their rightful place in man's thinking, but goodwill and international understanding will matter more. Religious differences and sectarian dislikes must eventually vanish and we shall eventually recognize one God of all, Who is above all and through all and in us all. These are no idle and visionary dreams. They are slowly emerging facts."
"Love is the keynote of the Christ's teaching."
"The strength to master circumstance is inevitably present."
"One needs to cultivate the awareness of the things of joy and happiness and not only register the things of sorrow and difficulty."
"Where there is deep and abiding love and undertanding, respect and unbroken comradeship, one is rich indeed."
"I know that the Christ life in the human heart can lead all from death to immortality."
"All good things come to those who live harmlessly."
"The only fact which I have never questioned and of which I am eternally sure is the fact of Christ Himself. I do know Whom I have believed. That fact has stood the test and is no longer on the basis of belief but of knowledge. Christ IS."
"The great law which St. Paul states 'Whatsoever a man sows that shall he also reap' does work; it eternally works."
"The broad sweeps of human progress from the primeval age to the dawn of the impending new civilisation is all of spiritual import."