Brotherhood Of Man Quotes by Lyman Abbott, Martin Luther King, Jr., Geoffrey Gorer, Christopher Fry, Oscar Hammerstein II, Kingsley Amis and many others.
The brotherhood of man is an integral part of Christianity no less than the Fatherhood of God; and to deny the one is no less infidel than to deny the other.
Unconditional love will have the final word in reality.
The founders of the great world religions, Gautama Buddha, Jesus, Lao-Tzu, Mohammed, all seem to have striven for a worldwide brotherhood of man; but none of them could develop institutions which would include the enemy, the unbeliever.
In our plain defects we already know the brotherhood of man.
If you really believe in the brotherhood of man, and you want to come into its fold, you’ve got to let everyone else in, too.
The ideal of brotherhood of man, the building of the Just City, is one that cannot be discarded without lifelong feelings of disappointment and loss. But, if we are to live in the real world, discard it we must.
Indeed, as any one who has ever worked among the poor knows only too well, the brotherhood of man is no mere poet’s dream, it is a most depressing and humiliating reality.
Trying to build the brotherhood of man without the fatherhood of God is like trying to make a wheel without a hub.
No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent.
Of a truth, men are mystically united: a mystic bond of brotherhood makes all men one.
I believe in the brotherhood of all men, but I don’t believe in wasting brotherhood on anyone who doesn’t want to practice it with me. Brotherhood is a two-way street.
Brotherhood is the very price and condition of man’s survival.
I cannot forget that the Nobel Prize for Peace was also a commission – a commission to work harder than I had ever worked before for “the brotherhood of man”.
Its unadulterated belief in the oneness of God and a practical application of the truth of the brotherhood of man for those who are nominally within its fold are two distinctive contributions of Islam.
In our age the common religious perception of men is the consciousness of the brotherhood of man – we know that the well-being of man lies in the union with his fellow men. True science should indicate the various methods of applying this consciousness to life. Art should transform this perception into feeling.
All are brothers and sisters. All are one, be alike to everyВone. That is Unity… the brotherhood of man and the fatherhood of God.
Imagine no possesions, I wonder if you can, No need for greed or hunger, A brotherhood of man. Imagine all the people Sharing all the world.