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Bryant McGill


Bryant Harrison McGill is an American poet and celebrity consultant.
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If you do not like a certain behavior in others, look within yourself to find the roots of what discomforts you. (p 145)
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Where wise actions are the fruit of life, wise discourse is the pollination. (p 1)
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The essential respect is the one in your own heart for yourself. (p 127)




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Fear is the greatest enemy; the father of all suffering, and love is the only cure for humanity's great afflictions. (p 7)
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Sins are not the worst,
And goodness not the best
But love is ever living
And death eternal rest.
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Do not make the mistake of thinking that you have to agree with people and their beliefs to defend them from injustice. (p 5)
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If you can be kind to people, you will be a genius in this world. (p 28)
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When we want to talk, we can instead listen, and let our attentiveness to another's need to speak be our silent statement. (p 139)
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If you are competing with slaves, then you are a slave yourself. (p 21)
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When we try to control, we become controlled; when we release, we become free. (p 45)
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No belief or idea is sacred, unless it treats all people as sacred. (p 5)




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Meeting another human is always a sacred event. (p 28)
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The act of true giving is indistinguishable from receiving. (p 138)
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The revolution of consciousness is connected to the food revolution. (p 152)
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You reclaim your power by loving what you were once taught to hate. (p 154)
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The joy and smile of even one child is worth more than the prancing intellects of a thousand men. (p 30)
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One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say. (p 5)
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Those who see the world through the lens of love are the true visionaries. (p 11)
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What we do to others, we do to ourselves. (p 2)
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The roots of all commonwealth are planted in the understanding that we are all the same human beings. (p 99)


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