Michael Faraday Quotes.
The philosopher should be a man willing to listen to every suggestion,but determined to judge for himself.He should not be a respector of persons,but of things.Truth should be his primary object.
Nothing is too wonderful to be true, if it be consistent with the laws of nature.
It is right that we should stand by and act on our principles; but not right to hold them in obstinate blindness, or retain them when proved to be erroneous.
Since peace is alone the gift of God, and as it is He who gives it, why should we be afraid? His unspeakable gift in His beloved Son is the ground of no doubtful hope.
The world little knows how many of the thoughts and theories which have passed through the mind of a scientific investigator, have been crushed in silence and secrecy by his own severe criticism and adverse examination!
ThereвЂ™s nothing quite as frightening as someone who knows they are right.
The important thing is to know how to take all things quietly.
I have far more confidence in the one man who works mentally and bodily at a matter than in the six who merely talk about it.
I shall be with Christ, and that is enough.
I am no poet, but if you think for yourselves, as I proceed, the facts will form a poem in your minds.
The book of nature which we have to read is written by the finger of God.
I am busy just now again on Electro-Magnetism and think I have got hold of a good thing but can’t say; it may be a weed instead of a fish that after all my labour I may at last pull up.
But still try, for who knows what is possible?
All are sure in their days except the most wise … He is the wisest philosopher who holds his theory with some doubt.
Nothing is ever too good to be true.
Lectures which really teach will never be popular; lectures which are popular will never really teach.
I happen to have discovered a direct relation between magnetism and light, also electricity and light, and the field it opens is so large and I think rich.
A man who is certain he is right is almost sure to be wrong.