Ralph Waldo Emerson Quote

A man cannot speak but he judges himself. With his will or against his will he draws his portrait to the eye of his companions by every word. Every opinion reacts on him who utters it. It is a threadball thrown at a mark, but the other end remains on the thrower


Selected Writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson: (A Modern Library E-Book) (ed. Modern Library, 2000) - ISBN: 9780679641421

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A man cannot speak but he judges himself. With his will or against his will he draws his portrait to the eye of his companions by every word. Every...

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A man cannot speak but he judges himself. With his will or against his will he draws his portrait to the eye of his companions by every word. Every...

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A man cannot speak but he judges himself. With his will or against his will he draws his portrait to the eye of his companions by every word. Every...

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A man cannot speak but he judges himself. With his will or against his will he draws his portrait to the eye of his companions by every word. Every...