March 18, 1874
Nikolai Berdyaev
“Bread for myself is a material question. Bread for my neighbor is a spiritual one.”

March 18, 1933
Unita Blackwell
“This is what I know about courage: You don’t have to think about courage to have it. You don’t have to feel courageous to be courageous. You don’t sit down and say you’re going to be courageous. At the moment of action, you don’t see it as a courageous act. Courage is the most hidden thing from your eye or mind until after it’s done. There’s some inner something that tells you what’s right. You know you have to do it to survive as a human being. You have no choice.”

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