Dorothy Day Quotes

The greatest challenge of all is to bring about a revolution of the heart.

The mystery of love is greater than the mystery of death.

Love and ever more love is the only solution to every problem that comes up.

The greatest happiness is to truly know and be known by another.

Our problems stem from our acceptance of this filthy, rotten system.

The greatest sin is the exploitation of people.

What we would like to do is change the world–make it a little simpler for people to feed, clothe, and shelter themselves.

Love is not abstract. It must be real, practical, and tangible.

We cannot give up truth for the sake of peace.

Our nation has become a nation of the displaced and the throw-aways.

We must feed the hungry and shelter the homeless, not just talk about it.

Love is not something sentimental, it is active, it is doing.

The works of mercy should be signs of our love for God and for our brothers and sisters.

Our aim is to create a world of peace and justice, where every person has the opportunity to live a life of dignity.

We must stand up and speak out against injustice, no matter the cost.

It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.

We must not let fear or apathy prevent us from striving for a better world.

Love demands sacrifice, but is always worth it.

We must confront the powers of this world with the power of love.

Hope is the anchor of the soul in times of darkness.

We must be willing to be misunderstood and misunderstood in our pursuit of justice and peace.

The greatest act of love is to lay down one’s life for another.

Real love is not a feeling, it is a choice we make every day.

We must not be afraid to challenge the status quo and work for change.

Love is the key that unlocks the door to a better world.

Our society teaches us to consume, but we must learn to share.

True joy comes from giving ourselves to others.

We must strive to be peacemakers in a world of violence.

The culture of death is all around us, but we must choose life.

We must be willing to be uncomfortable in order to bring about change.

Each person is a sacred mystery, deserving of love and respect.

We must cultivate a spirit of gratitude for the abundance we have.

Love is an act of faith, not a guarantee of success.

Our faith should not be a private matter, but a public witness.

We must practice what we preach if we expect others to listen.

The greatest gift we can give is our presence and attention to others.

We must not let our fear of failure prevent us from trying.

The smallest act of love is more powerful than the greatest act of hate.

We must learn to see the beauty in each person, no matter their circumstances.

Our goal should be to build a society where no one is left behind.

We must be willing to acknowledge and learn from our mistakes.

The more we give, the more we receive.

We must let go of our attachments in order to embrace true freedom.

Love is the only antidote to the loneliness and isolation of our modern world.

We must have the courage to dream of a better world and the determination to make it a reality.

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