12,000 Inspirational Quotations
Frank S. Mead
Federal Street Press, Jun 1, 2000 - Reference - 544 pages
Editor Frank Mead has gleaned the finest and most thought-provoking quotations from such varied sources as Tennyson, Mark Twain, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ibsen, Shakespeare, and the Bible. This invaluable reference, based on the wisdom of the ages, can inspire themes for speeches, enliven reports and presentations, and serve as a guide to productive living. Often humorous, sometimes controversial, always inspiring, these quotations add dimension to speech, writing, and daily reflection.
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Don't let the cover fool you. This book first appeared in 1965 as The Encyclopedia of Religious Quotations (Fleming H. Revell). Mead, a Methodist minister and longtime editor of The Christian Herald ... Read full review