William Kidd quotes

  • All other forms of history - economic history, social history, psychological history, above all sociology - seem to me history with the history left out.

  • History is a great deal closer to poetry than is generally realised: in truth, I think, it is in essence the same.

  • History does not eliminate grievances. It lays them down like landmines.

  • We, while noting many things amiss about Victorian society, more often sense them judging us.

  • The past actually happened. History is what someone took the time to write down.

  • Human memory is short and terribly fickle.

  • I'm actually the fourth generation in my family to have no practical use for the church, or God, or religion. My children continue this trend.

  • Nothing so dates a man as to decry the younger generation.

  • One has to nurture a new generation, to raise children in the spirit of Islam.

  • The number one problem in today's generation and economy is the lack of financial literacy.