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object:George MacDonald
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Born:December 10, 1824 in Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Died:September 18, 1905
Genre:Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Religion & Spirituality
Influences:Walter Scott

George MacDonald was a Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister.

He was educated at Aberdeen University and after a short and stormy career as a minister at Arundel, where his unorthodox views led to his dismissal, he turned to fiction as a means of earning a living. He wrote over 50 books.


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1:We are often unable to tell people what they need to know, because they want to know something else, and would therefore only misunderstand what we said. ~ George MacDonald,
2:People must believe what they can, and those who believe more must not be hard upon those who believe less. I doubt if you would have believed it all yourself if you hadn't seen some of it. ~ George MacDonald, The Princess and the Goblin,

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1:rainbow-billow ~ George MacDonald
2:Who obeys, shines. ~ George MacDonald
3:Love makes all safe. ~ George MacDonald
4:her—nobody but Sarah; ~ George MacDonald
5:Fear is faithlessness. ~ George MacDonald
6:VISITORS FROM THE HALL. ~ George MacDonald
7:bloweth where it listeth, ~ George MacDonald
8:All haste implies weakness. ~ George MacDonald
9:And in thy own sermon, thou ~ George MacDonald
10:Religion is life essential. ~ George MacDonald
11:All that is not God is death. ~ George MacDonald
12:The holy spirit of the Spring ~ George MacDonald
13:began to talk about the parish. ~ George MacDonald
14:He (God) loves what I shall be. ~ George MacDonald
15:respectability to good impulses ~ George MacDonald
16:every question is a door-handle. ~ George MacDonald
17:Obedience is the opener of eyes. ~ George MacDonald
18:Past tears are present strength. ~ George MacDonald
19:Alas! how easily things go wrong! ~ George MacDonald
20:You doubt because you love truth. ~ George MacDonald
21:A God must have a God for company. ~ George MacDonald
22:A true friend is forever a friend. ~ George MacDonald
23:By obeying one learns how to obey. ~ George MacDonald
24:Heed not thy feeling. Do thy work. ~ George MacDonald
25:It needs brains to be a real fool. ~ George MacDonald
26:Light-leaved acacias, by the door, ~ George MacDonald
27:Man's rank is his power to uplift. ~ George MacDonald
28:Philosophy is really homesickness. ~ George MacDonald
29:To try to be brave is to be brave. ~ George MacDonald
30:Will is not unfrequently weakness. ~ George MacDonald
31:You had better not open that door. ~ George MacDonald
32:Faith is obedience, not compliance. ~ George MacDonald
33:I believe in fate, never in chance. ~ George MacDonald
34:Moderation is the basis of justice. ~ George MacDonald
35:Obedience is the key to every door. ~ George MacDonald
36:A voice is in the wind I do not know ~ George MacDonald
37:How to be radiant Who obeys, shines. ~ George MacDonald
38:God grant our new may inwrap our old! ~ George MacDonald
39:What would the Living One have me do? ~ George MacDonald
40:Beauty and sadness always go together. ~ George MacDonald
41:Do not measure God's mind by your own. ~ George MacDonald
42:O Christ, my life, possess me utterly. ~ George MacDonald
43:Who can give a man this, his own name? ~ George MacDonald
44:Courage - and shuffle the cards. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
45:In joy or sorrow, feebleness or might, ~ George MacDonald
46:Attitudes are more important than facts. ~ George MacDonald
47:good common heavenly sense to my people, ~ George MacDonald
48:No one who will not sleep can ever wake. ~ George MacDonald
49:The principle part of faith is patience. ~ George MacDonald
50:Those that hope little cannot grow much. ~ George MacDonald
51:To be kind neither hurts nor compromises. ~ George MacDonald
52:God is just like Jesus – exactly like him! ~ George MacDonald
53:I took the guinea, and put it in my purse. ~ George MacDonald
54:Seeing is not believing—it is only seeing. ~ George MacDonald
55:To be, or not to be, that is the Question: ~ George MacDonald
56:whoever is diligent will soon be cheerful, ~ George MacDonald
57:Affliction is but the shadow of God's wing. ~ George MacDonald
58:be.—I had been refused a few months before, ~ George MacDonald
59:Better to have the poet's heart than brain, ~ George MacDonald
60:God is easy to please, but hard to satisfy. ~ George MacDonald
61:He never married. But he wrote a good book. ~ George MacDonald
62:I am a beast until I love as God doth love. ~ George MacDonald
63:The one principle of hell is – “I am my own ~ George MacDonald
64:To hear one talk is better than to see one. ~ George MacDonald
65:Afflictions are but the shadow of His wings. ~ George MacDonald
66:Seeing is not believing - it is only seeing. ~ George MacDonald
67:The mind of the many is not the mind of God. ~ George MacDonald
68:All is loss that comes between us and Christ. ~ George MacDonald
69:George MacDonald: The Princess and the Goblin ~ Ursula K Le Guin
70:Love is the opener as well as closer of eyes. ~ George MacDonald
71:A devil - "A power that lives against its life ~ George MacDonald
72:A man's real belief is that which he lives by; ~ George MacDonald
73:Ambition is but the evil shadow of aspiration. ~ George MacDonald
74:We are not made for law, we are made for love. ~ George MacDonald
75:Where was God?

In him and his question. ~ George MacDonald
76:You will be dead so long as you refuse to die. ~ George MacDonald
77:Afflictions are but the shadows of God's wings. ~ George MacDonald
78:Hell The one principle of hell is—“I am my own! ~ George MacDonald
79:Mrs Oldcastle was silent—why, I could not tell, ~ George MacDonald
80:Sweet sounds can go where kisses may not enter. ~ George MacDonald
81:The back door of every tomb opens on a hilltop. ~ George MacDonald
82:There is an aching that is worse than any pain. ~ George MacDonald
83:The seed dies into a new life, and so does man. ~ George MacDonald
84:you will be dead, so long as you refuse to die. ~ George MacDonald
85:Whose work is it but your own to open your eyes? ~ George MacDonald
86:Why should my love be powerless to help another? ~ George MacDonald
87:Cleverness is cheap. It is faith that He praises. ~ George MacDonald
88:Mankind had disappointed him, but here was a dog! ~ George MacDonald
89:man when I see one – and he was the best.7 ~ George MacDonald Fraser
90:No story ever really ends, and I think I know why. ~ George MacDonald
91:Which of us is other than a secret to all but God! ~ George MacDonald
92:A perfect faith would lift us absolutely above fear ~ George MacDonald
93:By all means rid yourself of an impoverished faith. ~ George MacDonald
94:I am his, and he shall do with me just as he likes. ~ George MacDonald
95:Life and religion are one, or neither is any thing. ~ George MacDonald
96:Of all children how can the children of God be old? ~ George MacDonald
97:the road to the next duty is the only straight one, ~ George MacDonald
98:The whole trouble is that we won't let God help us. ~ George MacDonald
99:What can money do to console a man with a headache? ~ George MacDonald
100:As I said to Speedicut, it's hell in the diplomatic. ~ George MacDonald
101:Endurance must conquer, where force could not reach. ~ George MacDonald
102:I hear you have been most kind in visiting the poor, ~ George MacDonald
103:Nothing makes one feel so strong as a call for help. ~ George MacDonald
104:there is plenty of room for meeting in the universe. ~ George MacDonald
105:No man knows it when he is making an idiot of himself. ~ George MacDonald
106:There is endless room for rebellion against ourselves. ~ George MacDonald
107:...The road to the next duty is the only straight one. ~ George MacDonald
108:The truth Fear tells is not much better than her lies. ~ George MacDonald
109:Come; come! He who cannot act must make haste to sleep! ~ George MacDonald
110:If there be music in my reader, I would gladly wake it. ~ George MacDonald
111:Timely service, like timely gifts, is doubled in value. ~ George MacDonald
112:To be trusted is a greater compliment than being loved. ~ George MacDonald
113:Humility is essential greatness, the inside of grandeur. ~ George MacDonald
114:It is only by loving a thing that you can make it yours. ~ George MacDonald
115:To receive honestly is the best thanks for a good thing. ~ George MacDonald
116:To will not from self, but with the Eternal, is to live. ~ George MacDonald
117:A pretend friendship was the vilest of despicable things. ~ George MacDonald
118:Forgiveness is the giving, and so the receiving, of life. ~ George MacDonald
119:It seems the way to find some things is to lose yourself. ~ George MacDonald
120:Truth is truth, whether from the lips of Jesus or Balaam. ~ George MacDonald
121:We die daily. Happy those who daily come to life as well. ~ George MacDonald
122:Every truth must be accompanied by some corresponding act. ~ George MacDonald
123:Ignorance is no reason with a fool for holding his tongue. ~ George MacDonald
124:It is not where one is, but in what direction he is going. ~ George MacDonald
125:Religion is nothing if it be not the deepest common-sense. ~ George MacDonald
126:As I said to Speedicut, it’s hell in the diplomatic. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
127:The world is a fine thing to save, but a wretch to worship. ~ George MacDonald
128:Where there is no choice, we do well to make no difficulty. ~ George MacDonald
129:The greatest forces lie in the region of the uncomprehended. ~ George MacDonald
130:sweeter than joy itself, for the heart of the laugh was love. ~ George MacDonald
131:The first thing in all progress is to leave something behind. ~ George MacDonald
132:All things are possible with God, but all things are not easy. ~ George MacDonald
133:And so all growth that is not towards God Is growing to decay. ~ George MacDonald
134:answer when she knocked at length at the door of the workroom, ~ George MacDonald
135:God's finger can touch nothing but to mold it into loveliness. ~ George MacDonald
136:I need a God; and if there be none how did I come to need one? ~ George MacDonald
137:It is yet better to perceive a hidden good than a hidden evil. ~ George MacDonald
138:There are a great many more good things than bad things to do. ~ George MacDonald
139:Heaven...a place where everything that is not music is silence. ~ George MacDonald
140:When a man is…one with God, what should he do but live forever? ~ George MacDonald
141:when the games going against you, stay calm - and cheat. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
142:You would not think any duty small, If you yourself were great. ~ George MacDonald
143:I am an emptiness for Thee to fill; my soul a cavern for Thy sea ~ George MacDonald
144:Only he knew that to be left alone is not always to be forsaken. ~ George MacDonald
145:Thy beauty filleth the very air,
Never saw I a woman so fair. ~ George MacDonald
146:Few delights can equal the presence of one whom we trust utterly. ~ George MacDonald
147:Wherever there is anything to love, there is beauty in some form. ~ George MacDonald
148:All the days of my appointed time will I wait till my change come. ~ George MacDonald
149:And when heart and head go together, nothing can stand before them ~ George MacDonald
150:It is the heart that is unsure of its God that is afraid to laugh. ~ George MacDonald
151:There is no slave but the creature that wills against its Creator. ~ George MacDonald
152:You would not think any duty small,
If you yourself were great. ~ George MacDonald
153:No one is likely to remember what is entirely uninteresting to him. ~ George MacDonald
154:Our life is no dream; but it ought to become one, and perhaps will. ~ George MacDonald
155:The region of the senses is the unbelieving part of the human soul. ~ George MacDonald
156:A man is as free as he chooses to make himself, never an atom freer. ~ George MacDonald
157:But when we are following the light, even its extinction is a guide. ~ George MacDonald
158:It is not by driving away our brother that we can be alone with God. ~ George MacDonald
159:The man that feareth, Lord, to doubt,
In that fear doubteth thee. ~ George MacDonald
160:A man is in bondage to whatever he cannot part with that is less than ~ George MacDonald
161:From the neglect of a real duty, she became the slave of a false one. ~ George MacDonald
162:The love of our neighbor is the only door out of the dungeon of self. ~ George MacDonald
163:To be humbly ashamed is to be plunged in the cleansing bath of truth. ~ George MacDonald
164:A name is one of those things one can give away and keep all the same. ~ George MacDonald
165:Doing the will of God leaves me no time for disputing about His plans. ~ George MacDonald
166:Few delights can equal the mere presence of one whom we trust utterly. ~ George MacDonald
167:To have what we want is riches, but to be able to do without is power. ~ George MacDonald
168:To have what we want is riches; but to be able to do without is power. ~ George MacDonald
169:Where did you get your eyes so blue? Out of the sky as I came through. ~ George MacDonald
170:Work is not always required. There is such a thing as sacred idleness. ~ George MacDonald
171:Books are but dead bodies to you, and a library nothing but a catacomb! ~ George MacDonald
172:Complaint against God is far nearer to God than indifference about Him. ~ George MacDonald
173:How strange this fear of death is! We are never frightened at a sunset. ~ George MacDonald
174:It may be infinitely worse to refuse to forgive than to murder, because ~ George MacDonald
175:Nobody knows what anything is; a man can only learn what a thing means! ~ George MacDonald
176:The time for speaking seldom arrives, the time for being never departs. ~ George MacDonald
177:We die daily. Happy those who daily come to life as well. [294] On Duty ~ George MacDonald
178:What does God want me to do?”, not “What will God do if I do so and so? ~ George MacDonald
179:Yes,' he answered; 'and you will be dead, so long as you refuse to die. ~ George MacDonald
180:By God, I wish that spit had been a real one, with me to turn it. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
181:…for nothing is ever so mischievous in its own place as it is out of it; ~ George MacDonald
182:There are things that must be done in faith, else they never have being. ~ George MacDonald
183:There are women who fly their falcons at any game, little birds and all. ~ George MacDonald
184:Where did you come from, baby dear? Out of the everywhere and into here. ~ George MacDonald
185:As many as received Him, to them gave He power to become the sons of God. ~ George MacDonald
186:Those whose business it is to open doors, so often mistake and shut them! ~ George MacDonald
187:Anything big enough to occupy our minds is big enough to hang a prayer on. ~ George MacDonald
188:Blessed be the true life that the pauses between its throbs are not death! ~ George MacDonald
189:forgive me for feeling so cross and proud towards the unhappy old lady—for ~ George MacDonald
190:Only because uplifted in song, was I able to endure the blaze of the dawn. ~ George MacDonald
191:Friends, if we be honest with ourselves, we shall be honest with each other. ~ George MacDonald
192:I am sorry I cannot think of a compliment to pay you-without lying, that is. ~ George MacDonald
193:I could not help feeling a little annoyed, (which was very foolish, I know,) ~ George MacDonald
194:I may love him, I may love him, for he is a man, and I am only a beech-tree. ~ George MacDonald
195:Joy's a subtil elf.          I think man's happiest when he forgets himself. ~ George MacDonald
196:Remember, then, that whoever does not mean good is always in danger of harm. ~ George MacDonald
197:The first thing a kindness deserves is acceptance, the second, transmission. ~ George MacDonald
198:The word doctrine, as used in the Bible, means teaching of duty, not theory. ~ George MacDonald
199:A man is in bondage to whatever he cannot part with that is less than himself. ~ George MacDonald
200:God is nearer to you than any thought or feeling of yours... Do not be afraid. ~ George MacDonald
201:Love makes everything lovely; hate concentrates itself on the one thing hated. ~ George MacDonald
202:Love makes everything lovely: hate concentrates itself on the one thing hated. ~ George MacDonald
203:punishment had not been spared--with best results in patience and purification ~ George MacDonald
204:It is not the cares of today, but the cares of tomorrow, that weigh a man down. ~ George MacDonald
205:The person who can not bear with a sick man or a baby is not fit to be a woman. ~ George MacDonald
206:We don't have a soul. We are a soul. We have a body."
George Macdonald, 1892 ~ George MacDonald
207:Work done is of more consequence for the future than the foresight of an angel. ~ George MacDonald
208:Because we easily imagine ourselves in want, we imagine God ready to forsake us. ~ George MacDonald
209:Good souls many will one day be horrified at the things they now believe of God. ~ George MacDonald
210:In seeking to improve their conditions, might I not do them harm, and only harm? ~ George MacDonald
211:It is not betrayal of feeling, but avoidance of duty, that constitutes weakness. ~ George MacDonald
212:I was a bookworm then, but when I came to know it, I woke among the butterflies. ~ George MacDonald
213:No man has the mind of Christ, except him who makes it his business to obey him. ~ George MacDonald
214:Not even nothingness preceded life. Nothingness owes its very idea to existence. ~ George MacDonald
215:That is the way fear serves us. It always sides with the thing we are afraid of. ~ George MacDonald
216:The only way to come to know where you are is to begin to make yourself at home. ~ George MacDonald
217:Who knows what harm may be done to a man by hurrying a spiritual process in him? ~ George MacDonald
218:But there is no veil like light--no adamantine armor against hurt like the truth. ~ George MacDonald
219:Difficulty adds to result, as the ramming of powder sends the bullet the further. ~ George MacDonald
220:Never tell a child 'you have a soul.' Teach him, you are a soul; you have a body. ~ George MacDonald
221:That trick's worth a new hat any day, youngster (hence the term hat trick) ~ George MacDonald Fraser
222:if I be a child of God, I must be like him, even in the matter of creative energy. ~ George MacDonald
223:She who is even once unjust can not complain if the like is expected of her again. ~ George MacDonald
224:Above all things, I delight in listening to stories, and sometimes in telling them. ~ George MacDonald
225:it wasn't that I'd grown any braver as I got older - the reverse if anything ~ George MacDonald Fraser
226:My prayers, my God, flow from what I am not; I think thy answers make me what I am. ~ George MacDonald
227:Then we’re all happy.”

“That we are indeed!” answered the princess, sobbing. ~ George MacDonald
228:There are thousands willing to do great things for one willing to do a small thing. ~ George MacDonald
229:Walking the plank is a Victorian fiction, and I will not have it on my ship! ~ George MacDonald Fraser
230:Well, perhaps; but I begin to think there are better things than being comfortable. ~ George MacDonald
231:Any faith in Him, however small, is better than any belief about Him, however great. ~ George MacDonald
232:but that is the way fear serves us: it always sides with the thing we are afraid of. ~ George MacDonald
233:God chooses that men should be tried, but let a man beware of tempting his neighbor. ~ George MacDonald
234:In whatever man does without God, he must fail miserably, or succeed more miserably. ~ George MacDonald
235:It is the heart that is not sure of its God that is afraid to laugh in His presence. ~ George MacDonald
236:Sad-hearted, be at peace: the snowdrop lies     Buried in sepulchre of ghastly snow; ~ George MacDonald
237:That God only whom Christ reveals to the humble seeker, can ever satisfy human soul. ~ George MacDonald
238:Theologians have done more to hide the Gospel of Christ than any of its adversaries. ~ George MacDonald
239:Were I asked, what is a fairytale? I should reply, Read Undine: that is a fairytale. ~ George MacDonald
240:Only a pure heart can understand, and a pure heart is one that sends out ready hands. ~ George MacDonald
241:The beauty of love is, that it does not take care of itself, but of the person loved. ~ George MacDonald
242:Those who are content with what they are, have the less concern about what they seem. ~ George MacDonald
243:With every morn my life afresh must break The crust of self, gathered about me fresh. ~ George MacDonald
244:Anything large enough for a wish to light upon, is large enough to hang a prayer upon. ~ George MacDonald
245:Had God forgotten him? That could not be! that which could forget
could not be God. ~ George MacDonald
246:Hurry Who knows what harm may be done to a man by hurrying a spiritual process in him? ~ George MacDonald
247:I did not want to quarrel with her, although I thought her both presumptuous and rude. ~ George MacDonald
248:My prayers, my God, flow from what I am not;
I think thy answers make me what I am. ~ George MacDonald
249:You allowed me existence, which is the sum of what one can demand of his fellow-beings ~ George MacDonald
250:You can't live on amusement. It is the froth on water - an inch deep and then the mud. ~ George MacDonald
251:You can't live on amusement. It is the froth on water — an inch deep and then the mud. ~ George MacDonald
252:A condition which of declension would indicate a devil, may of growth indicate a saint. ~ George MacDonald
253:A fairytale is not an allegory. There may be allegory in it, but it is not an allegory. ~ George MacDonald
254:Bees and butterflies, moths and dragonflies, the flowers and the brooks and the clouds. ~ George MacDonald
255:I only know when I don't know a thing. My uncle has taught me that wisdom lies in that. ~ George MacDonald
256:Low-sunk life imagines itself weary of life, but it is death, not life, it is weary of. ~ George MacDonald
257:The man who grounds his action on another's cowardice, is essentially a coward himself. ~ George MacDonald
258:When we are out of sympathy with the young, then I think our work in this world is over ~ George MacDonald
259:...as no one can be just without love, so no one can truly report without understanding. ~ George MacDonald
260:It is by loving and not by being loved that one can come nearest to the soul of another. ~ George MacDonald
261:It is the heart that is not yet sure of its God that is afraid to laugh in His presence. ~ George MacDonald
262:It matters little where a man may be at this moment; the point is whether he is growing. ~ George MacDonald
263:Our crimes are friends that will hunt us either to the bosom of God, or the pit of hell. ~ George MacDonald
264:The best preparation for the future is the present well seen to, and the last duty done. ~ George MacDonald
265:I lost my way."
"[...]. You wouldn't have lost your way if you hadn't been frightened. ~ George MacDonald
266:It is by loving and not by being loved, that one can come nearest to the soul of another. ~ George MacDonald
267:I want to help you grow as beautiful as God meant you to be when he thought of you first. ~ George MacDonald
268:The best preparation for the future, is the present well seen to, and the last duty done. ~ George MacDonald
269:There are as many kinds of anger as there are of the sunsets with which they ought to end ~ George MacDonald
270:Contempt is murder committed by the intellect, as hatred is murder committed by the heart. ~ George MacDonald
271:How kind you are, North Wind!'
'I am only just. All kindness is but justice. We owe it. ~ George MacDonald
272:I lost myself, and if I hadn't found the beautiful lady, I should never have found myself. ~ George MacDonald
273:It is when people do wrong things wilfully that they are the more likely to do them again. ~ George MacDonald
274:The causing of the little ones to offend hangs a fearful woe about the neck of the causer. ~ George MacDonald
275:The doing of things from duty is but a stage on the road to the kingdom of truth and love. ~ George MacDonald
276:There are as many kinds of anger as there are of the sunsets with which they ought to end. ~ George MacDonald
277:Trust is born in love, and our need is to love God, not apprehend
facts concerning him. ~ George MacDonald
278:Trust to God to weave your thread into the great web, though the pattern shows it not yet. ~ George MacDonald
279:Doubt may be a poor encouragement to do anything, but it is a bad reason for doing nothing. ~ George MacDonald
280:Indeed, a man is rather being thought than thinking, when a new thought arises in his mind. ~ George MacDonald
281:People are so ready to think themselves changed when it is only their mood that is changed. ~ George MacDonald
282:The secret of your own heart you can never know; but you can know Him who knows its secret. ~ George MacDonald
283:We are and remain such creeping Christians, because we look at ourselves and not at Christ; ~ George MacDonald
284:Winna ye be gaein' awa', to write buiks, an' gar fowk fin' oot what's the maitter wi' them? ~ George MacDonald
285:In the hearts of witches, love and hate lie close together and often tumble over each other. ~ George MacDonald
286:It’s very original, no doubt, but not for a hot evening. What I need is some trollop. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
287:I want to help you to grow as beautiful as God meant you to be when He thought of you first. ~ George MacDonald
288:As Christ is the blossom of humanity, so the blossom of every man is Christ perfected in him. ~ George MacDonald
289:As you grow ready for it, somewhere or other you will find what is needful for you in a book. ~ George MacDonald
290:If you care to see God, be pure. If you will not be pure, you will grow more and more impure. ~ George MacDonald
291:Seeing is not believing, it is only seeing,”
George MacDonald, The Princess and the Goblin ~ George MacDonald
292:He did not accept the good news of God; he strained it to his heart, and was jubilant over it. ~ George MacDonald
293:Would it not be better to reject it altogether if it not be fit to be believed heart and soul? ~ George MacDonald
294:I do not write for children, but for the childlike, whether of five, or fifty, or seventy-five. ~ George MacDonald
295:If we do not die to ourselves, we cannot live to God, andhe that does not live to God, is dead. ~ George MacDonald
296:I had chosen the dead rather than the living, the thing thought rather than the thing thinking. ~ George MacDonald
297:She did not cry long, however, for she was as brave as could be expected of a princess her age. ~ George MacDonald
298:God is Love. Love is the deepest depth, the essence of his nature, at the root of all his being. ~ George MacDonald
299:I tell you, there are more worlds, and more doors to them, than you will think of in many years! ~ George MacDonald
300:Many a thief is a better man than many a clergyman, and miles nearer to the gate of the kingdom. ~ George MacDonald
301:But the praises of father or mother do our Selves good, and comfort them and make them beautiful. ~ George MacDonald
302:If we knew as much about heaven as God does, we would clap our hands every time a Christian dies. ~ George MacDonald
303:Now Malcolm was back again, but he came once too often, and was killed at Alnwick in 1093. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
304:This is and has been the Father's work from the beginning-to bring us into the home of His heart. ~ George MacDonald
305:to teach is the best way to learn, but that the imperfect are the best teachers of the imperfect. ~ George MacDonald
306:We are dwellers in a divine universe where no desires are in vain - if only they be large enough. ~ George MacDonald
307:I am an optimistic fatalist. This world and all its beginnings will pass on into something better. ~ George MacDonald
308:She did not cry long, however, for she was as brave as could be expected of a princess of her age. ~ George MacDonald
309:Never suspecting what a noble creature he was meant to be, he never saw what a poor creature he was ~ George MacDonald
310:Somehow, I can't say how, it tells me that all is right; that it is coming to swallow up all cries. ~ George MacDonald
311:But I don't quite understand, Father: is nobody your friend but the one that does something for you? ~ George MacDonald
312:Half of the misery in the world comes from trying to look, instead of trying to be, what one is not. ~ George MacDonald
313:I am ready,' I replied.
'How do you know you can do it?'
'Because you require it,' I answered. ~ George MacDonald
314:I awoke one morning with the usual perplexity of mind which accompanies the return of consciousness. ~ George MacDonald
315:In low theologies, hell is invariably the deepest truth, and the love of God is not so deep as hell. ~ George MacDonald
316:In the midst of death we are in life. Life is the only reality; what men call death is but a shadow. ~ George MacDonald
317:I rose as from the death that wipes out the sadness of life, and then dies itself in the new morrow. ~ George MacDonald
318:We are often unable to tell people what they need to know, because they want to know something else. ~ George MacDonald
319:Ah, let a man beware, when his wishes, fulfilled, rain down upon him, and his happiness is unbounded. ~ George MacDonald
320:His little heart was so full of merriment that it could not hold it all, and it ran over into theirs. ~ George MacDonald
321:I believe that no hell will be lacking which would help the just mercy of God to redeem his children. ~ George MacDonald
322:I suspect there is nothing a man can be so grateful for as that to which he has the most right. There ~ George MacDonald
323:I write, not for children,but for the child-like, whether they be of five, or fifty, or seventy-five. ~ George MacDonald
324:One of the grandest things in having rights is, that though they are your rights you may give them up ~ George MacDonald
325:To do as God does, is to receive God; to do a service to one of his children is to receive the Father. ~ George MacDonald
326:To judge religion we must have it--not stare at it from the bottom of a seemingly interminable ladder. ~ George MacDonald
327:And earth was given back to earth, to mingle with the rest of the stuff the great workman works withal. ~ George MacDonald
328:For I had long thought that the way to make indifferent things bad, was for good people not to do them. ~ George MacDonald
329:I do not myself believe there is any misfortune. What men call such is merely the shadowside of a good. ~ George MacDonald
330:just a decent resolve to do a government’s first duty: to protect its people, whatever the cost. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
331:the truth she gathered, enlarging her strength, enlarged likewise the composure that comes of strength. ~ George MacDonald
332:The year's fruit must fall that the next year's may come, and the winter is the only way to the spring. ~ George MacDonald
333:To give truth to him who loves it not is but to give him more plentiful material for misinterpretation. ~ George MacDonald
334:You must learn to be strong in the dark as well as in the day, else you will always be only half brave. ~ George MacDonald
335:Her dark eyes looked as if they found repose there, so quietly did they rest on the face of the old man, ~ George MacDonald
336:I came from God, and I'm going back to God, and I won't have any gaps of death in the middle of my life. ~ George MacDonald
337:Twilight-kind, oppressing the heart as with a condensed atmosphere of dreamy undefined love and longing. ~ George MacDonald
338:Ah, what is it we send up thither, where our thoughts are either a dissonance or a sweetness and a grace? ~ George MacDonald
339:It was a profound pleasure to her not to know what was coming next, provided some one whom she loved did. ~ George MacDonald
340:Not only then has each man his individual relation to God, but each man has his peculiar relation to God. ~ George MacDonald
341:She was in utter darkness once more. But when we are following the light, even its extinction is a guide. ~ George MacDonald
342:Thou art beautiful because God created thee, but thou art a slave to sin... wickedness has made you ugly. ~ George MacDonald
343:We must do the thing we must Before the thing we may; We are unfit for any trust Till we can and do obey. ~ George MacDonald
344:A beast does not know that he is a beast, and the nearer a man gets to being a beast the less he knows it. ~ George MacDonald
345:For Christianity does not mean what you think or what I think concerning Christ, but what IS OF Christ. My ~ George MacDonald
346:Foreseeing is not understanding, else surely the prophecy latent in man would come oftener to the surface! ~ George MacDonald
347:Nobody does anything bad all at once. Wickedness needs an apprenticeship as well as more difficult trades. ~ George MacDonald
348:A beast does not know that he is a beast, and the nearer a man gets to being a beast, the less he knows it. ~ George MacDonald
349:But I begin to think the chief difficulty in writing a book must be to keep out what does not belong to it. ~ George MacDonald
350:Her face was fair and pretty, with eyes like two bits of night sky, each with a star dissolved in the blue. ~ George MacDonald
351:People must believe what they can, and those who believe more must not be hard upon those who believe less. ~ George MacDonald
352:The kingdom of heaven is not come, even when God’s will is our law: it is come when God’s will is our will. ~ George MacDonald
353:True business can never be left in any shop. It is a care, white or black, that sits behind every horseman. ~ George MacDonald
354:In Giving, a man receives more than he gives; and the more is in proportion to the worth of the thing given. ~ George MacDonald
355:Never was there a more injurous mistake than to say it was thebusiness only of the clergy to care for souls. ~ George MacDonald
356:The true man trusts in a strength which is not his, and which he does not feel, does not even always desire. ~ George MacDonald
357:Division has done more to hide Christ from the view of men than all the infidelity that has ever been spoken. ~ George MacDonald
358:I say again, if I cannot draw a horse, I will not write THIS IS A HORSE under what I foolishly meant for one. ~ George MacDonald
359:There's a point, you know, where treachery is so complete and unashamed that it becomes statesmanship. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
360:What is called a good conscience is often but a dull one that gives no trouble when it ought to bark loudest; ~ George MacDonald
361:. . . what is thought now, and held to be universal truth, was not thought then, or true of that time. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
362:But it was little to Curdie that men who did not know what he was about should not approve of his proceedings. ~ George MacDonald
363:Possessed by the power of the gorgeous night, she seemed at one and the same moment annihilated and glorified. ~ George MacDonald
364:That is, we are responsible only for our actions, not for their results. Trust first in God, then in John Day. ~ George MacDonald
365:There is no inborn longing that shall not be fulfilled. I think that is as certain as the forgiveness of sins. ~ George MacDonald
366:These are they who gather grace, as the mountain-tops the snow, to send down rivers of water to their fellows. ~ George MacDonald
367:All words, then, belonging to the inner world of the mind, are of the imagination, are originally poetic words. ~ George MacDonald
368:And her life will perhaps be the richer, for holding now within it the memory of what came, but could not stay. ~ George MacDonald
369:It is amazing from what a mere fraction of a fact concerning him a man will dare judge the whole of another man ~ George MacDonald
370:Where is the good of planning upon an if? To trust is to get ready, uncle says. Trust is better than foresight. ~ George MacDonald
371:He cannot find him! Yet is he in his presence all the time, and his words enter into the ear of God his Saviour. ~ George MacDonald
372:How kind is weariness sometimes! It is like the Father's hand laid a little heavy on the heart to make it still. ~ George MacDonald
373:If both Church and fairy-tale belong to humanity, they may occasionally cross circles, without injury to either. ~ George MacDonald
374:It is our best work that God wants, not the dregs of our exhaustion. I think he must prefer quality to quantity. ~ George MacDonald
375:It is simply absurd to say you believe, or even want to believe, in Him, if you do not do anything He tells you. ~ George MacDonald
376:Never was there a more injurous mistake than to say it was the
business only of the clergy to care for souls. ~ George MacDonald
377:The kingdom of heaven is not come even when God's will is our law; it is fully come when God's will is our will. ~ George MacDonald
378:The miracles of Jesus were the ordinary works of his Father, wrought small and swift that we might take them in. ~ George MacDonald
379:A man's real belief is that which he lives by. What a man believes is the thing he does, not the thing he thinks. ~ George MacDonald
380:If you know you are yourself, you know that you are not somebody else; but do you know that you are yourself? Are ~ George MacDonald
381:Real good-breeding is independent of the forms and refinements of what has assumed to itself the name of society. ~ George MacDonald
382:Where is the good of planning upon an "if?" To trust is to get ready, uncle says. Trust is better than foresight. ~ George MacDonald
383:A Baby Sermon- The lighting and thunder, they go and they come: But the stars and the stillness are always at home ~ George MacDonald
384:We must do the thing we must
Before the thing we may;
We are unfit for any trust
Till we can and do obey. ~ George MacDonald
385:You know nothing about whereness. The only way to come to know where you are is to begin to make yourself at home. ~ George MacDonald
386:Age is not all decay; it is the ripening, the swelling, of the fresh life within, that withers and bursts the husk. ~ George MacDonald
387:...he believed in God and he believed that when the human is still, the Divine speaks to it, because it is its own. ~ George MacDonald
388:In her, ignorance and stupidity formed a perfect shield against the world: this, I suppose, is innocence. It ~ George MacDonald Fraser
389:I think little of people who will deny their history because it doesn't present the picture they would like. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
390:To say a man might disobey and be none the worse would be to say that no might be yes and light sometimes darkness. ~ George MacDonald
391:wordy descriptions of the journey, which you can get from Parkman or Gregg if you want them – or from volume ~ George MacDonald Fraser
392:I saw now that a man alone is but a being that may become a man--that he is but a need, and therefore a possibility. ~ George MacDonald
393:I understand God’s patience with the wicked, but I do wonder how He can be so patient with the pious. —GEORGE MACDONALD ~ Leonard Sweet
394:One who not merely beholds the outward shows of things, but catches a glimpse of the soul that looks out of them ... ~ George MacDonald
395:The fear of man, the trust in man, the deference to the opinion of man, is the merest worship of a rag-stuffed idol. ~ George MacDonald
396:A Baby Sermon-
The lighting and thunder, they go and they come: But the stars and the stillness are always at home ~ George MacDonald
397:As soon as a man begins to make excuses, the time has come when he might be doing that from which he excuses himself. ~ George MacDonald
398:God never gave man a thing to do concerning which it were irreverent to ponder how the Son of God would have done it. ~ George MacDonald
399:In times of horror and torment prayer is a great thing Nobody answers But at least it stops you from thinking. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
400:That which is within a man, not that which lies beyond his vision, is the main factor in what is about to befall him: ~ George MacDonald
401:The more people trust in God, the less will they trust their own judgments, or interfere with the ordering of events. ~ George MacDonald
402:When you have once learned to honour anything, love is not very far off; at least that has always been my experience. ~ George MacDonald
403:Beauty and sadness always go together. Nature thought beauty too rich to go forth Upon the earth without a meet alloy. ~ George MacDonald
404:Every soul has a landscape that changes with the wind that sweeps the sky, with the clouds that return after its rain. ~ George MacDonald
405:If we will but let our God and Father work His will with us, there can be no limit to His enlargement of our existence ~ George MacDonald
406:It is always the way. Until a man knows God, he seeks to obey him by doing things he neither commands nor cares about; ~ George MacDonald
407:England was a menace to Scotland because Scotland was, by its separate existence, a constant anxiety to England. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
408:If we speak of direct means for the culture of the imagination, the whole is comprised in two words--food and exercise. ~ George MacDonald
409:No good ever comes of pride, for it is the meanest of mean things, and no one but he who is full of it thinks it grand. ~ George MacDonald
410:That's what comes o' lovin the praise o' men, Mirran! Easy it passes intil the fear o' men, and disregaird o' the Holy! ~ George MacDonald
411:What if I should look ugly without being bad - look ugly myself because I am making ugly things beautiful? - What then? ~ George MacDonald
412:Forgiveness unleashes joy. It brings peace. It washes the slate clean. It sets all the highest values of love in motion. ~ George MacDonald
413:Therefore all that is not beautiful in the beloved, all that comes between and is not of love's kind, must be destroyed. ~ George MacDonald
414:There is one kind of religion in which the more devoted a man is, the fewer proselytes he makes: the worship of himself. ~ George MacDonald
415:For God alone is our salvation; to know him is salvation. He is in us all the time, else we could never move to seek him. ~ George MacDonald
416:One thing is clear to me, that no indulgence of passion destroys the spiritual nature so much as respectable selfishness. ~ George MacDonald
417:the road is difficult. - But come; loss now will be gain then! To wait is harder than to run, and its meed is the fuller. ~ George MacDonald
418:Come, come to Him who made thy heart; Come weary and oppressed; To come to Jesus is thy part; His part, to give thee rest. ~ George MacDonald
419:He who seeks the Father more than anything He can give, is likely to have what he asks, for he is not likely to ask amiss. ~ George MacDonald
420:I dare not say with Paul that I am the slave of Christ, but my highest aspiration and desire is to be the slave of Christ. ~ George MacDonald
421:she was one of the lights of the world—one of the wells of truth, whose springs are fed by the rains on the eternal hills. ~ George MacDonald
422:The main secret of his progress, the secret of all wisdom, was, that with him action was the beginning and end of thought. ~ George MacDonald
423:The two pillars of 'political correctness' are, a) willful ignorance, and b) a steadfast refusal to face the truth. ~ George MacDonald Fraser
424:Come, then, affliction, if my Father wills, and be my frowning friend. A friend that frowns is better than a smiling enemy. ~ George MacDonald
425:I find the doing of the will of God leaves me no time for disputing about his plans — I do not say for thinking about them. ~ George MacDonald
426:When a man dreams his own dream, he is the sport of his dream; when Another gives it him, that Other is able to fulfill it. ~ George MacDonald
427:But a man may then imagine in your work what he pleases, what you never meant!"

Not what he pleases, but what he can. ~ George MacDonald
428:Here lies David Elginbrod
Have mercy on my soul, dear God,
As I would ye if I were God
And ye were David Elginbrod. ~ George MacDonald
429:In truth, they were not given to quarrelling. Many couples who love each other more, quarrel more, and with less politeness. ~ George MacDonald
430:It is not in the nature of politics that the best men should be elected. The best men do not want to govern their fellowmen. ~ George MacDonald
431:Our moon," he answered, "is not like yours-the old cinder of a burnt-out world; her beams embalm the dead, not corrupt them. ~ George MacDonald
432:The possession of wealth is, as it were, prepayment, and involves an obligation of honor to the doing of correspondent work. ~ George MacDonald
433:This
is another to be added to the many proofs that verisimilitude is not
in the least an essential element of verity. ~ George MacDonald
434:Grave doubts as to whether I was in my place in the church, would keep rising and floating about, like rain-clouds within me. ~ George MacDonald
435:I don't believe that he thinks about His glory except for the sake

of truth and men's hearts dying for the lack of it. ~ George MacDonald
436:Light unshared is darkness. To be light indeed, it must shine out. It is of the very essence of light, that it is for others. ~ George MacDonald
437:Beauty and sadness always go together.
Nature thought Beauty too golden to go forth
Upon the earth without a meet alloy. ~ George MacDonald
438:What distressed me most - more even than my own folly - was the perplexing question, How can beauty and ugliness dwell so near? ~ George MacDonald
439:The good man never wrote or read a sermon, but talked to his people as one who would meet what was in them with what was in him. ~ George MacDonald
440:To judge religion we must have it—not stare at it from the bottom of a seeming interminable ladder ~ George Macdonald, Warlock o' Glenwarlock ch 18
441:How much time is wasted in what is called thought, but is merely care--an anxious idling over the fancied probabilities of result ~ George MacDonald
442:I might here find the magic word of power to banish the demon and set me free, so that I should no longer be a man beside myself. ~ George MacDonald
443:It is the one terrible heresy of the church, that it has always been presenting something else than obedience as faith in Christ. ~ George MacDonald
444:Joy cannot unfold the deepest truths. Cometh white-robed Sorrow, stooping and wan, and flingeth wide the door she must not enter. ~ George MacDonald
445:Our Lord speaks of many coming up to His door confident of admission, whom He yet sends away. Faith is obedience, not confidence. ~ George MacDonald
446:I don't know how to thank you.' Then I will tell you. There is only one way I care for. Do better, and grow better, and be better. ~ George MacDonald
447:In moments of doubt I cry, ‘Could God Himself create such lovely things as I dreamed?’ ‘Whence then came thy dream?’ answers Hope. ~ George MacDonald
448:Never be discouraged because good things get on so slowly here; and never fail daily to do that good which lies next to your hand. ~ George MacDonald
449:As George MacDonald wisely wrote, "The one principle of hell is, I am my own!" 4 Fierce pride usually protects this wrong perception. ~ Neal A Maxwell
450:As you grow ready for it, somewhere or other you will find what is needful for you in a book. ~ George MacDonald, The Marquis of Lossie, Chapter XLII.
451:But indeed the business of the universe is to make such a fool of you that you will know yourself for one, and so begin to be wise! ~ George MacDonald
452:The direst foe of courage is the fear itself, not the object of it; and the man who can overcome his own terror is a hero and more. ~ George MacDonald
453:There is no law that sermons shall be the preacher's own, but there is an eternal law against all manner of humbug. Pardon the word. ~ George MacDonald
454:Until a man has love, it is well he should have fear. So long as there are wild beasts about, it is better to be afraid than secure. ~ George MacDonald
455:Am I mystical again, reader? Then I hope you are too, or will be before you have done with this same beautiful mystical life of ours. ~ George MacDonald
456:God left the world unfinished for man to work his skill upon. He left the electricity still in the cloud, the oil still in the earth. ~ George MacDonald
457:I don't know how to thank you.'
Then I will tell you. There is only one way I care for. Do better, and grow better, and be better. ~ George MacDonald
458:No man can make haste to be rich without going against the will of God, in which case it is the one frightful thing to be successful. ~ George MacDonald
459:What heart in the kingdom of heaven would ever dream of constructing a metaphysical system of what we owed to God and why we owed it? ~ George MacDonald
460:It is greed and laziness and selfishness, not hunger or weariness or cold, that take the dignity out of a man, and make him look mean. ~ George MacDonald
461:Suffering While the cup of blessing may and often does run over, I doubt if the cup of suffering is ever more than filled to the brim. ~ George MacDonald
462:What I would say is this, that the light is not blinding because God would hide, but because the truth is too glorious for our vision. ~ George MacDonald
463:Work is not always required of a man. There is such a thing as a sacred idleness, the cultivation of which is now fearfully neglected. ~ George MacDonald
464:As to the pure all things are pure, so the common mind sees far more vulgarity in others than the mind developed in genuine refinement. ~ George MacDonald
465:every honest cry, even if sent into the deaf ear of an idol, passes on to the ears of the unknown God, the heart of the unknown Father. ~ George MacDonald
466:He had come to think that so long as a man wants to do right he may go where he can: when he can go no further, then it is not the way. ~ George MacDonald
467:If there be a God and one has never sought him, it will be small consolation to remember that one could not get proof of his existence. ~ George MacDonald
468:I learned that he that will be a hero will barely be a man; that he that will be nothing but a doer of his work is sure of his manhood. ~ George MacDonald
469:Love is the law of our condition, without which we can no more render justice than a man can keep a straight line, walking in the dark. ~ George MacDonald
470:The honour is to be a servant of men, whom God thought worth making, worth allowing to sin, and worth helping out of it at such a cost. ~ George MacDonald
471:God will not take shelter behind a jugglery of logic or metaphysics. He is neither a schoolman nor theologian, but our Father in Heaven. ~ George MacDonald
472:A slave will amuse himself in his dungeon; a free man must file through his chains and dig through his prison-walls before he can frolic. ~ George MacDonald
473:I learned that he that will be a hero, will barely be a man; that he that will be nothing but a doer of his work, is sure of his manhood. ~ George MacDonald
474:It is to the man who is trying to live, to the man who is obedient to the word of the Master, that the word of the Master unfolds itself. ~ George MacDonald
475:In moments of doubt I cry, ‘Could God Himself create such lovely things as I dreamed?’

‘Whence then came thy dream?’ answers Hope. ~ George MacDonald
476:It is as necessary for a poor man to give away, as for a rich man. Many poor men are more devoted worshipers of Mammon than some rich men. ~ George MacDonald
477:The door into life generally opens behind us and the only wisdom for one haunted with the scent of unseen roses is work."-George MacDonald ~ George MacDonald
478:I never heard of her loving anybody but herself, and I do not think she could have managed that if she had not somehow got used to herself. ~ George MacDonald
479:it is not the rich man only who is under the dominion of things; they too are slaves who, having no money, are unhappy from the lack of it. ~ George MacDonald
480:Let a man do right, not trouble himself about worthless opinion; the less he heeds tongues, the less difficult will he find it to love men. ~ George MacDonald
481:No one can say he is himself, until first he knows that he is, and then what himself is. In fact, nobody is himself, and himself is nobody. ~ George MacDonald
482:That's right, grannie! And the rich have to look down on the poor." "No, my dear. I did not say that. The rich have to be KIND to the poor. ~ George MacDonald
483:A shudder ran through her from head to foot when she found that the thread was actually taking her into the hole out of which the stream ran. ~ George MacDonald
484:I saw thee ne'er before; I see thee never more; But love, and help, and pain, beautiful one, Have made thee mine, till all my years are done. ~ George MacDonald
485:Sorrow herself will reveal one day that she was only the beneficent shadow of Joy. Will Evil ever show herself the beneficent shadow of Good? ~ George MacDonald
486:Think not to make me afraid, for I fear nothing in the universe but that which I love the best.--I spake of the eyes of the Lord Jesus.--Then ~ George MacDonald
487:When one has to seek the honour that comes from God only, he will take the withholding of the honour that comes from men very quietly indeed. ~ George MacDonald
488:That's all nonsense," said Curdie. "I don't know what you mean." "Then if you don't know what I mean, what right have you to call it nonsense? ~ George MacDonald
489:This is in the very nature of things: obedience alone places a man in the position in which he can see so as to judge that which is above him. ~ George MacDonald
490:Alas, how easily things go wrong! A sigh too much, a kiss too long And there follows a mist and a weeping rain And life is never the same again ~ George MacDonald
491:All love will, one day, meet with its return. All true love will, one day, behold its own image in the eyes of the beloved, and be humbly glad. ~ George MacDonald
492:But it is not the rich man only who is under the dominion of things; they too are slaves who, having no money, are unhappy from the lack of it. ~ George MacDonald
493:For this, deep waters whelm the fruitful lea, Wars ravage, famine wastes, plague withers, nor Shall cease till men have chosen the better part. ~ George MacDonald
494:Her heart - like every heart, if only its fallen sides were cleared away - was an inexhaustible fountain of love: she loved everything she saw. ~ George MacDonald
495:I can but pray the Father o' a' to haud his e'e upon her, an' his airms aboot her, an' keep aff the hardenin' o' the hert 'at despises coonsel! ~ George MacDonald
496:I have never concealed the fact that I regarded him as my master; indeed I fancy I have never written a book in which I did not quote from him. ~ George MacDonald
497:The darkness knows neither the light nor itself; only the light knows itself and the darkness also. None but God hates evil and understands it. ~ George MacDonald
498:But words are vain; reject them all— They utter but a feeble part: Hear thou the depths from which they call, The voiceless longing of my heart. ~ George MacDonald
499:Certainly work is not always required of a man. There is such a thing as a sacred idleness, the cultivation of which is now fearfully neglected. ~ George MacDonald
500:There must be hope while there is existence; for where there is existence there must be God; and God is forever good nor can be other than good. ~ George MacDonald

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APPENDIX I - Curriculum of A. A., #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
      The Shaving of Shagpat , by George Meredith. ::: An excellent allegory.
      Lilith, by George MacDonald. ::: A good introduction to the Astral.
      La-Bas , by J. K. Huysmans. ::: An account of the extravagances caused by the Sin-complex.

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