“Man in the full knowledge of himself is a superb and supreme creation.” Marcus Garvey
“Read history incessantly until you master it. This means your own national history, the history of the world, social history, industrial history, and the history of the different sciences; but primarily the history of man.
If you do not know what went on before you came here and what is happening at the time you live…you will not know the world and will be ignorant of the world and mankind. You can only make the best out of life by knowing and understanding it. To know, you must fall back on the intelligence of others who came before you and have left their records behind.” -Marcus Garvey
“A person who has to depend on others, is not himself or herself, but the subject of others.” -Marcus Garvey
“Man should have a purpose and that purpose he should always keep in view, with the hope of achieving it in the fullest satisfaction to himself. Be not aimless, drifting and floating with the tide that doesn’t go your way.” -Marcus Garvey
“When all the world goes wrong without, I never hold one single doubt, for I do find a great relief, when I do trust my own belief.” -Marcus Garvey
“Leadership in good character must make sacrifice to raise man from the lowest depths, but it is blind foolishness to sacrifice more than necessary. Therefore, redeem the man with the least amount of harm to yourself.” -Marcus Garvey