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" It all lies in the fact that men think there are circumstances when one may deal with human beings without love ; and there are no such circumstances. One may deal with things without love ; one may cut down trees, make bricks, hammer iron without love;... "
The Better City: A Sociological Study of a Modern City - Page 200
by Dana Webster Bartlett - 1907 - 248 pages
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How Farmers Co-operate and Double Profits: First-hand Reports on All the ...

Clarence Hamilton Poe - Agriculture, Cooperative - 1915 - 244 pages
...genuine love for them. It is a great saying of Tolstoi's : "We think there are circumstances when we may deal with human beings without love, and there are no such circumstances; you may make bricks, cut down trees, or hammer iron without love, but you cannot deal with men without...
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Washington News Letter, Volume 22

Oliver Corwin Sabin - Christian Science - 1916
...golden speech of silentness. — Andrew L. Solomon. Chain of Golden Thoughts 3htlij PAULINA B. SABIN One may cut down trees, make bricks, hammer iron without Love, but you cannot deal with men without Love. — Tolstoi. Nothing can work me damage, except myself; the harm that I sustain I carry with me, and...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the Indiana State Bar Association

Indiana State Bar Association (1916- ). Meeting - Bar associations - 1919
...by the great apostle of humanity, Tolstoy, who said: "We think there are circumstances in which we may deal with human beings without love, and there are no such circumstances. You may make bricks, cut down trees or hammer iron without love, but you cannot deal with men without...
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The Cambrian, Volume 24

Welsh - 1904
...to Samuel Jones' heart : 3*7 "Men think there are circumstances when one may deal with human being without love, and there are no such circumstances....love, but you cannot deal with men without love." Within the Memorial hall, which had so often re-echoed his ringing voice, the people took their last...
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Friday nights: literary criticisms and appreciations

Edward Garnett - Literary Criticism - 1922 - 375 pages
...witnessed today would be impossible in our times. It all lies in the fact that men think there are circumstances when one may deal with human beings...without love; but you cannot deal with men without it, just as one cannot deal with bees without being careful. If you deal carelessly with bees you will...
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Friday Nights: Literary Criticisms and Appreciations. First Series

Edward Garnett - Literature, Modern - 1922 - 375 pages
...witnessed today would be impossible in our times. It all lies in the fact that men think there are circumstances when one may deal with human beings...such circumstances. One may deal with things without [29] love; one may cut down trees, make bricks, hammer iron, without love; but you cannot deal with...
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Proceedings ... Annual Convention, California Bar Association

California Bar Association - Bar associations - 1913
...of love. The great apostle of humanity, Tolstoy, said: "We think there are circumstances in which we may deal with human beings without love, and there are no such circumstances. You may make bricks, cut down trees, or hammer iron without love, but you cannot deal with men without...
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Libraries: A Monthly Review of Library Matters and Methods, Volume 12

Libraries - 1907
...voltime which will include all lettering. AL BAILEY. WP CUTTER, DR. GE WIRE. “Men think there are circumstances when one may deal with human beings...without love, but you cannot deal with men without love.”—Tolstoi. American Library Institute The Institute board met at the Waldorf-Astoria April...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 129

American literature - 1922
...let us not forget a warning uttered by Tolstoy: — 'It all lies hi the fact that men think there are circumstances when one may deal with human beings...trees, make bricks, hammer iron, without love; but one cannot deal with men without it; just as one cannot deal with bees without being careful. If you...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 129

American literature - 1922
...us not forget a warning uttered by Tolstoy : — ' It all lies in the fact that men think there are circumstances when one may deal with human beings...trees, make bricks, hammer iron, without love; but one cannot deal with men without it; just as one cannot deal with bees without being careful. If you...
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