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"The spouse of Christ cannot be defiled; she is uncorrupted and chaste." - Cyprian

"but there's no nation uncorrupted. there's no system that's immune to the misuse of money." - Gregory David Roberts

"So the Church too, like Mary, enjoys perpetual virginity and uncorrupted fecundity." - Saint Augustine

"It is less difficult to bear misfortunes than to remain uncorrupted by pleasure." - Tacitus

"The world of crime is a last refuge of the authentic, uncorrupted, spontaneous event." - Daniel J Boorstin

"I keep a conscience uncorrupted by religion, a judgment undimmed by politics and patriotism, a heart untainted by friendships and sentiments unsoured by animosities." - Ambrose Bierce

"Uncorrupted man, with God's blessing, advances across the fields of the universe as though he were walking down a country lane." - Robert Payne

"Left to themselves people are noble, generous, uncorrupted, they'd create a completely new kind of society if only people weren't so blind, stupid and selfish." - Tom Stoppard

"Who would not praise Patrico's high desert, His hand unstain'd, his uncorrupted heart, His comprehensive head? all interests weigh'd, All Europe sav'd, yet Britain not betray'd." - Alexander Pope

"Uncorrupted man, with God's blessing, advances across the fields of the universe as though he were walking down a country lane." - Pierre Stephen Robert Payne

"And where, on earth, dwell hope and truth? In childhood's uncorrupted heart; Alas! too soon to guileless youth The world doth its dark code impart!" - Luc De Clapiers

"Decomposition, for most, starts when they leave the free, social, and uncorrupted college life for the solitary confinement of professions and nuclear families." - Nassim Nicholas Taleb

"Prosperity is the measure or touchstone of virtue, for it is less difficult to bear misfortune than to remain uncorrupted by pleasure." - Tacitus

"When you surrender and release the illusion of control, you begin to free-fall toward your destiny of a grand reunion with your original-self; a self uncorrupted by the world's false lessons of fear and control." - Bryant H Mcgill

"When gratitude o'erflows the swelling heart, and breathes in free and uncorrupted praise for benefits received, propitious heaven takes such acknowledgment as fragrant incense, and doubles all its blessings." - George Lillo

"What would it be like to communicate from a part of your own self that is absolutely free from self-consciousness, that is fearless, uncorrupted, and passionately interested in the truth?." - Andrew Cohen

"My ignorance would require a volume to itself. Between its covers would be preserved a record of the spurious model of all creation I had in my head, a prelapsarian construct, uncorrupted by the facts." - Peter Blegvad

"We may live without her, and worship without her, but we cannot remember without her. How cold is all history, how lifeless all imagery, compared to that which the living nation writes, and the uncorrupted marble bears!" - John Ruskin

"Americans are a very backward people, with all the real virtues of a backward people; the patriarchal simplicity and human dignity of a democracy, and a respect for labor uncorrupted by cynicism." - Gilbert K Chesterton

"I cannot conceive a rank more honorable, than that which flows from the uncorrupted choice of a brave and free people, the purest source and original fountain of all power." - George Washington

"Go out into the world uncorrupted, a breath of fresh air in this squalid and polluted society. Provide people with a glimpse of good living and of the living God." - Eugene H Peterson

"Bakunin: Left to themselves people are noble, generous, uncorrupted, they'd create a completely new kind of society if only people weren't so blind, stupid and selfish. Herzen: Is that the same people or different people? Bakunin: The same people." - Tom Stoppard

"In the character of his [Thomas Gray's] Elegy I rejoice to concur with the common reader; for by the common sense of readers uncorrupted with literary prejudices... must be finally decided all claim to poetical honors." - Samuel Johnson

"I'm not saying that women leaders would eliminate violence. We are not more moral than men; we are only uncorrupted by power so far. When we do acquire power, we might turn out to have an equal impulse toward aggression." - Gloria Steinem

"The part we create from can't be touched by anything our parents did, or society did. That part is unsullied, uncorrupted; soundproof, waterproof, and bulletproof. In fact, the more troubles we've got, the better and richer that part becomes." - Steven Pressfield

"Success is a sort of metaphysical experience. I live exactly as I did before - only on a slightly bigger scale. Naturally, I won't be corrupted. I'll sit there in my Rolls, uncorrupted, and tell my chauffeur, uncorruptedly, where to go." - Tom Stoppard

"There is no honest woman with an uncorrupted heart whom a man is not sure of conquering by dint of gratitude. It is one of the surest and shortest means." - Giacomo Casanova

"The more I sought truth uncorrupted by years of religious history, the more I kept finding answers I did' want to find. Emotionally, it would have been easiest for me to just hold on to what I grew up believing, but mentally that was' an option anymore." - Tim Lambesis

"The more I sought truth uncorrupted by years of religious history, the more I kept finding answers I didn't want to find. Emotionally, it would have been easiest for me to just hold on to what I grew up believing, but mentally that wasn't an option anymore." - Tim Lambesis

"Man is naturally more disposed to beneficent than selfish actions. This we learn even from the history of savages. The domestic virtues have something in them so inviting and genial, and the public virtues of the citizen something so grand and inspiring, that even he who is barely uncorrupted, is seldom able to resist their charm." - Wilhelm Von Humboldt

"Each man in his life honors, and imitates as well as he can, that god to whose choir he belonged, while he is uncorrupted in his first incarnation here; and in the fashion he has thus learned, he bears himself to his beloved as well as to the rest. So, then, each chooses from among the beautiful a love conforming to his kind, and then, as if his chosen were his god, he sets him up and robes him for worship." - Mary Renault

"Meditation is to attain to a no-mindness, to a state of no-thought. In that opening of no-thought, in that kind of space, suddenly you become pure, innocent, uncorrupted. You have never been like that before nobody has ever been like that before nobody is going to be like that again. Unique. And to know that is to realize one's self. To know that is to know all. If you have not known that, whatsoever else you know is just rubbish, garbage." - Rajneesh



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