6 Total Quotes

William Winter Quotes

The fault line of race is a paramount factor in keeping us from realizing our potential as a state and as a nation. The elimination of this line is what I think this institute is about. . . . Our task in the final analysis is to cause more of us to look in the mirror.
William Winter
#Potential

No life can be barren which hears the whisper of the wind in the branches, or the voice of the sea as it breaks upon the shore; and no soul can lack happiness looking up to the midnight stars.
William Winter
#Life

Though all the bards of earth were dead,And all their music passed away,What Nature wishes should be saidShe'll find the rightful voice to say.
William Winter
#Earth

And every grief that mortals shareFound pity in his tenderness.
William Winter
#Grief

Life is arched with changing skies:Rarely are they what they seem:Children we of smiles and sighs --Much we know, but more we dream.
William Winter
#Children

Manners, -- The final and perfect flower of noble character.
William Winter
#Character