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Inspiring Abraham Lincoln Quotes
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Abraham Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States. He was the one who ended slavery (slavery) in America. He was born on 14 April 1865 in a poor black family. He led the country during the Civil War in the United States.

He ended slavery, strengthened government and economy. He always took the side of truth and goodness. He always supported justice in the profession of lawyer. He never took the side of injustice. He was shot and killed.

He loved reading books. He used to walk miles for books. "The Life of George Washington" was his favorite book. After he turned 21, Abraham did many things.

He did many jobs like shopkeeper, post master, surveyor. He started cutting wood with an ax to earn a living. He worked from pig-cutting to woodcutting, and also labored in the fields.

Life Introduction of former American President Abraham Lincoln

Birth date: February 12, year 1809, Hardin County, Kentucky (United States)
Father's Name: Thomas Lincoln
Mother Name: Nancy Hanks
Wife's name: Mary Todd
Children: (Robert Name) Robert, Edward, Willie and Tad

Abraham Lincoln's Signature

Abraham Lincoln Quotes

“Every person’s happiness is their own responsibility.” – Abraham Lincoln


Abraham Lincoln Quotes On Life
Abraham Lincoln


“The Lord prefers common-looking people. That is why he made so many of them.”
– Abraham Lincoln


Abraham Lincoln Quotes On Life
Abraham Lincoln


“It's not me who can't keep a secret. It's the people I tell that can't.” – 
Abraham Lincoln


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Abraham Lincoln


“I am not concerned that you have fallen, I am concerned that you arise.” – 
Abraham Lincoln


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Abraham Lincoln

“No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar” Abraham Lincoln


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Abraham Lincoln

“It often requires more courage to dare to do right than to fear to do wrong.” – Abraham Lincoln


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Abraham Lincoln

“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” – Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln

“You can tell the greatness of someone by what makes them angry” – Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln

“Education does not mean teaching people what they do not know. It means teaching them to behave as they do not behave.”  – Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln

“Do I not destroy my enemies when I make them my friends?” – Abraham Lincoln


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Abraham Lincoln

“I’m a success today because I had a friend who believed in me and I didn’t have the heart to let him down.” – Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln

“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” – Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln

“You have to do your own growing no matter how tall your grandfather was.” Abraham Lincoln


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Abraham Lincoln

“When I do good, I feel good. When I do bad, I feel bad. That’s my religion.” – Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln

“Life is hard but so very beautiful” – Abraham Lincoln


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Advocacy

From the point of view of earning money from advocacy, Abraham Lincoln advocated unsuccessfully for twenty years before becoming the President of America. But the satisfaction and mental peace he and his clients got from their advocacy is next to nothing but wealth. Hundreds of true stories of his advocacy days testify to his honesty and gentleness.

Lincoln did not charge more than his clients who were 'poor like him'. Once one of his clients sent him twenty-five dollars, Lincoln returned ten dollars from him, saying that fifteen dollars was enough. Usually, he used to advise his clients to settle the matter by persuading them outside the court so that the money of both the parties is not wasted in litigation. In return, they used to get very low fees. To pay $ 400 of his pension to a martyred soldier's widow, a pension agent will pay $ 200 in fees.

Lincoln never discussed religion and was not associated with any church. Once, one of his friends asked him about his religious views. Lincoln said - "Long ago I met an old man in Indiana who used to say 'When I do something good I feel good and when I do bad I feel bad'." This is my religion '.

Abraham Lincoln practiced for 20 years before becoming President, but during this time he always supported truth and justice. He never took false cases like Mahatma Gandhi. Always taken cases related to truth and justice.

Abraham Lincoln never made much money from advocacy because he used to take very little money from poor people. He used to settle many cases out of the court, in which he received negligible fees.

Abraham Lincoln as President

Abraham Lincoln was a member of the New Republican Party. The Republican Party wanted to abolish slavery. His idea was to buy or sell humans as slaves and to keep them inhuman. The entire US country was divided over slavery.

Half of the people wanted slavery to end while half wanted it to continue. White residents of South America wanted slaves (blacks) to work like laborers in their fields. Whites wanted to enslave black citizens. In 1860, Abraham Lincoln was elected President of the United States of America.

Death of Abraham Lincoln

On April 15, 1865, Abraham Lincoln was shot and killed in a cinema in the US capital of Washington DC. He was killed by noted actor John Wilkes Booth while watching the drama "Our American Cousin".

Interestingly, at the time Lincoln was shot, his personal security guard John Parker was not present with him. John Wicks Booth, who shot Lincoln, was captured 10 days later from a farm in Virginia, where American soldiers killed him in an encounter.

Honor of Abraham Lincoln

Lincoln's photograph appears on US notes. The $ 5 note bears a picture of Abraham Lincoln. In addition, there is a picture of Abraham Lincoln on the American cent / penny. Several postage stamps have also been issued in his honor. He always appears in a beard in the postage stamp. Lincoln's most famous statue is built at Mount Rushmore.

Which is known as Lincoln Memorial. He also has a large statue built at Peterson House in Washington DC. The Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum remains in Springfield Illinois. 

Abraham Lincoln's Character

Lincoln's personality was a rare source of inspiration for humans. He loved the whole of humanity. They were far from the narrow sense of enemy-friend. An interesting topic related to this is presented here. One day during the civil war, he went to his soldiers camp. Asked everyone's well there and spent a lot of time with the soldiers and interacted with the injured soldiers and encouraged them. When they came out from the camp, after some conversation with their people, the enemy went to the camp.

All the soldiers and officers there were surprised to find Lincoln among them. Lincoln spoke to all of them very affectionately. Although they all found it strange, they were filled with kindred reverence for Lincoln. When Lincoln came out of the camp, all stood up in his honor. Lincoln greeted them all and began to sit in his car. Then an old lady standing there said, "You meet your enemies with so much love, even though you should have the feeling of ending them." Then Lincoln smiled and replied. Lincoln then smiled and replied,

 "I can do this by making him my friend." This inspiring passage shows that Lincoln believed that friendship can end even the greatest hostility. | He also believed in adopting a liberal attitude towards his enemies.

The Most famous President

A recent survey has revealed that Lincoln has topped the list of all the presidents of the US so far in popularity. On 14 April 1865, while watching a play called 'Our American Cousin' at the Ford Theater, he was shot and killed by an actor named John Wilkes Booth. After his assassination, a gathering of scholars in the US said, "Lincoln may have been murdered, but the important task of abolishing slavery for the good of humanity can never be forgotten."

Lincoln will always be with us with his thoughts and deeds. ”His personality had the unique effect that the current President of America, Barack Hussein Obama, understood Abraham Lincoln's contribution and went to that place before he was sworn in for his presidency. Where Lincoln started his political career.

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