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What are the best yoke quotes?

We've gathered this hand-picked list of quotes to show you what is yoke!

Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity Bible, Aeschylus or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous yoke quote.

Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart; and you shall find rest for your souls. — Bible

When strength is yoked with justice, where is a mightier pair than they? — Aeschylus

Marriage was all a woman's idea and for man's acceptance of the pretty yoke, it becomes us to be grateful. — Phyllis Mcginley

It is good for a man that he bear the yoke in his youth. Lamentations 3:27 — Bible

I am now here in Congress I am at liberty to vote as my conscience and judgment dictates to be right, without the yoke of any party on me, or the driver at my heels, with his whip in hand, commanding me to ge-wo-haw, just at his pleasure. — Davy Crockett

If we can get that realistic feminine morality working for us, if we can trust ourselves and so let women think and feel that an unwanted child or an oversize family is wrong -- not ethically wrong, not against the rules, but morally wrong, all wrong, wrong like a thalidomide birth, wrong like taking a wrong step that will break your neck -- if we can get feminine and human morality out from under the yoke of a dead ethic, then maybe we'll begin to get somewhere on the road that leads to survival. — Ursula K. LeGuin

Fantastic tyrant of the amorous heart. How hard thy yoke, how cruel thy dart. Those escape your anger who refuse your sway, and those are punished most, who most obey. — Matthew Prior

The reason for the slow progress of the world seems to lie in a single fact. Every man is born under the yoke, and grows up beneath the oppressions of his age. He can only get a vision of the unselfish forces in the world by appealing to them, and every appeal is a call to arms. If he fights he must fight, not one man, but a conspiracy. He is always at war with a civilization. On his side is proverbial philosophy, a galaxy of invisible saints and sages, and the half-developed consciousness and professions of everybody. Against him is the world, and every selfish passion in his own heart. — John Jay Chapman