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Animals And Children quotes by Michael Jackson
#1. Love. Children are loving, they dont gossip, they dont complain, theyre just open-hearted. Theyre ready for you. They dont judge. They dont see things by way of color. Theyre very child-like. Thats the problem with adults: they lose that child-like quality. And thats the level of inspiration thats so needed and is so important for creating and writing songs and for a sculptor, a poet or a novelist. Its that same kind of innocence, that same level of consciousness, that you create from. And kids have it. I feel it right away from animals and children and nature. Of course. #Quote by Michael Jackson
Animals And Children quotes by Jean-Paul Sartre
#2. When we love animals and children too much, we love them at the expense of men. #Quote by Jean-Paul Sartre
Animals And Children quotes by Colin Farrell
#3. I love working with horses. People say you shouldn't work with animals and children; that's wrong. You must only work with children, because you only work eight hours a day and I love working with animals. Animals have an honesty that human beings reach to find in their lives at the best of times. #Quote by Colin Farrell
Animals And Children quotes by Savage Garden
#4. Animals and children tell the truth they never lie,
Which one is more human,
There's a thought now you decide #Quote by Savage Garden
Animals And Children quotes by Jeaniene Frost
#5. Kindness toward the voiceless or the vulnerable, like animals and children, usually denoted good character in a person. #Quote by Jeaniene Frost
Animals And Children quotes by Emma Thompson
#6. There is that thing about not working with animals and children - I don't think that's true. Although you should never work with donkeys. #Quote by Emma Thompson
Animals And Children quotes by Diana Vreeland
#7. Beauty is in all beings that love and are loved, animals and children, and if older women have it, it is because they feel completely free in this world and in their lives as they feel close to God ... and they are spiritually in tune with the universe. December 6 1968. Letter to Miss Anita Colby, 3 East 78th Street, New York #Quote by Diana Vreeland
Animals And Children quotes by Zoe Saldana
#8. I get along very well with animals and children. I dig them, I get them. #Quote by Zoe Saldana
Animals And Children quotes by Melissa Jensen
#9. He shoved up his sleeves, displaying several thin leather bracelets and the red-and-black tip of a dragon tail just above his right elbow. I've never actually seen the head. It's on Daniel's back, Frankie told us once, between his shoulder blades. "So,my children, what is up?"
"We're trying to figure out how to get a soul-sucking, male lower life-form out of Ella's head," Frankie explained.
"Kill him," Daniel said casually. "Unless there's a symbiotic thing going on and Ella would have to die, too. That would be a shame."
Here's the thing about Daniel. He has always scared me a little. I don't bother going through the scar-hiding motions; I'm convined he can see right through clothing. Not that he leers. He's not a leerer. He has two facial expressions: cold and amused. He also has a second tattoo, on the inside of his left wrist, that looks exactly like how I would expect a gang mark to look. Frankie has never said a word about that tat. Or much about his brother's friends.Who have names like Ax and spend time in police custody. #Quote by Melissa Jensen
Animals And Children quotes by Frederick Douglass
#10. The hearth is desolate. The children, the unconscious children, who once sang and danced in her presence, are gone. She gropes her way, in the darkness of age, for a drink of water. Instead of the voices of her children, she hears by day the moans of the dove, and by night the screams of the hideous owl. All is gloom. The grave is at the door. And now, when weighed down by the pains and aches of old age, when the head inclines to the feet, when the beginning and ending of human existence meet, and helpless infancy and painful old age combine together - at this time, this most needful time, the time for the exercise of that tenderness and affection which children only can exercise towards a declining parent - my poor old grandmother, the devoted mother of twelve children, is left all alone, in yonder little hut, before a few dim embers. She stands - she sits - she staggers - she falls - she groans - she dies - and there are none of her children or grandchildren present, to wipe from her wrinkled brow the cold sweat of death, or to place beneath the sod her fallen remains. Will not a righteous God visit for these things? #Quote by Frederick Douglass
Animals And Children quotes by Mal Peet
#11. I was taking my first uncertain steps towards writing for children when my own were young. Reading aloud to them taught me a great deal when I had a great deal to learn. It taught me elementary things about rhythm and pace, the necessary musicality of text. #Quote by Mal Peet
Animals And Children quotes by Oscar Arias
#12. The plight of the terrified Central American children who have flooded across the U.S. border to escape violence and poverty in their homelands has launched a passionate and often bitter debate in Washington. #Quote by Oscar Arias
Animals And Children quotes by Darshak Sanghavi
#13. Many children use an alternative vocabulary for complex disease names. Hence, some say "smiling mighty Jesus" in place of spinal meningitis or "Luke and Leia" instead of leukemia. #Quote by Darshak Sanghavi
Animals And Children quotes by Fred Rogers
#14. Children who have learned to be comfortably dependent can become not only comfortably independent but also comfortable with having people depend on them. They can lean, stand, and be leaned upon, because they know what a good feeling it can be to feel needed. #Quote by Fred Rogers
Animals And Children quotes by Fred Rogers
#15. The very best reason parents are so special ... is because we are the holders of a priceless gift, a gift we received from countless generations we never knew, a gift that only we now possess and only we can give to our children. That unique gift, of course, is the gift of ourselves. Whatever we can do to give that gift, and to help others receive it, is worth the challenge of all our human endeavor. #Quote by Fred Rogers
Animals And Children quotes by Alice Walker
#16. I find it difficult to feel responsible for the suffering of others. That's why I find war so hard to bear. It's the same with animals: I feel the less harm I do, the lighter my heart. I love a light heart. And when I know I'm causing suffering, I feel the heaviness of it. It's a physical pain. So it's self-interest that I don't want to cause harm. #Quote by Alice Walker
Animals And Children quotes by Victor Hugo
#17. So long as there shall exist, by virtue of law and custom, decrees of damnation pronounced by society, artificially creating hells amid the civilization of earth, and adding the element of human fate to divine destiny; so long as the three great problems of the century - the degradation of man through pauperism, the corruption of woman through hunger, the crippling of children through lack of light - are unsolved; so long as social asphyxia is possible in any part of the world; - in other words, and with a still wider significance, so long as ignorance and poverty exist on earth, books of the nature of Les Misérables cannot fail to be of use. HAUTEVILLE HOUSE, 1862. [Translation by Isabel F. Hapgood] #Quote by Victor Hugo
Animals And Children quotes by Margaret Walker
#18. When and where will another come to take your holy place?
Old man mumbling in his dotage, or crying child, unborn? #Quote by Margaret Walker
Animals And Children quotes by Amy Irvine
#19. There are other noteworthy characteristics of this rock art style: Anthropomorphs without headdresses instead sport horns, or antennae, or a series of concentric circles. Also prominent in many of the figures' hands are scepters--each one an expression of something significant in the natural world. Some look like lightning bolts, some like snakes; other burst from the fingers like stalks of ricegrass. Colorado Plateau rock-art expert Polly Schaafsma has interpreted these figures as otherworldly--drawn by shamans in isolated and special locations, seemingly as part of a ceremonial retreat. Schaafsma and others believe that the style reflects a spirituality common to all hunter-gatherer societies across the globe--a way of life that appreciates the natural world and employs the use of visions to gain understanding and appreciation of the human relationship to the earth. Typically, Schaafsma says, it is a spirituality that identifies strongly with animals and other aspects of nature--and one that does so with an interdependent rather than dominant perspective. To underscore the importance of art in such a culture, Schaafsma points to Aboriginal Australians, noting how, in a so-called primitive society, where forms of written and oral communication are considered (at least by our standards) to be limited, making art is "one means of defining the mystic tenets of one's faith. #Quote by Amy Irvine
Animals And Children quotes by Philip Reeve
#20. If God could do things like that, the world wouldn't look the way it does. He can't reach down and change things. He can't stop any of us doing what we choose to do.'

"What use is he then?"

Oenone shrugged. 'He sees. He understands. He knows how you're feeling. He knows how Theo felt. He knows how it feels to die. And when we die, we go to him.'

'To the Sunless Country, you mean? Like ghosts?"'

Oenone shook her head patiently. 'Like children. Do you remember what it was like to be a tiny child? When everything was possible and everything was given to you, and you knew that you were safe and loved, and the days went on forever? When we die, it will be like that again. That's how it is for Theo now, in heaven. #Quote by Philip Reeve
Animals And Children quotes by Ian Wilmut
#21. It is not possible to think of a way of screening out effectively the most appropriate embryos, and hence, what we should expect would be late abortions
either occurring spontaneously or being induced deliberately in the second or third trimester of pregnancy
in order to prevent the birth of abnormal children. #Quote by Ian Wilmut
Animals And Children quotes by Vladimir Nabokov
#22. There, tam, la-bas, the gaze of men glows with inimitable understanding; there the freaks that are tortured here walk unmolested; there time takes shape according to one's pleasure, like a figured rug whose folds can be gathered in such a way that two designs will meet - and the rug is once again smoothed out, and you live on, or else superimpose the next image on the last, endlessly, endlessly, with the leisurely concentration of a woman selecting a belt to go with her dress - now she glides in my direction, rhythmically butting the velvet with her knees, comprehending everything and comprehensible to me ... There, there are the original of those gardens where we used to roam and hide in this world; there everything strikes one by its bewitching evidence, by the simplicity of perfect good; there everything pleases one's soul, everything is filled with the kind of fun that children know; there shines the mirror that now and then sends a chance reflection here ... #Quote by Vladimir Nabokov
Animals And Children quotes by S.C. Stephens
#23. What if I don't choose you, Kellan? What will you do?"
He looked away, a tear rolling down his cheek. "I'll leave, Kiera. I'll leave, and you and Denny can have your happily ever after." He looked back at me. "You wouldn't even need to tell him about me. Eventually, the two of you ... " his voice broke and another tear fell on his cheek, "the two of you would get married, and have children, and have a great life."
I fought back a sob. "And you? What happens to you in that scenario?"
"I ... get by. And I miss you, every day," he whispered. #Quote by S.C. Stephens
Animals And Children quotes by Vivian Gussin Paley
#24. Children are deeply curious about odd behaviors and seldom offended or worried by them. What a remarkable gift to bestow on another person, it occurs to me, and so difficult for adults to accomplish. #Quote by Vivian Gussin Paley
Animals And Children quotes by Jhumpa Lahiri
#25. In the end the boy had died one evening in his mother's arms, his limbs burning with fever, but then there was the funeral to pay for, and the other children who were born soon enough, and the newer, bigger house, and the good schools and tutors, and the fine shoes and the television, and the countless other ways he tried to console his wife and to keep her from crying in her sleep, and so when the doctor offered to pay him twice as much as he earned at the grammar school, he accepted. #Quote by Jhumpa Lahiri
Animals And Children quotes by Maria Franziska Von Trapp
#26. The grief of a child is always terrible. It is bottomless, without hope. A child has no past and no future. It just lives in the present moment - wholeheartedly. If the present moment spells disaster, the child suffers it with his whole heart, his whole soul, his whole strength, his whole little being ... #Quote by Maria Franziska Von Trapp
Animals And Children quotes by Alice Munro
#27. I loved taking off. In my own house, I seemed to be often looking for a place to hide - sometimes from the children but more often from the jobs to be done and the phone ringing and the sociability of the neighborhood. I wanted to hide so that I could get busy at my real work, which was a sort of wooing of distant parts of myself. #Quote by Alice Munro
Animals And Children quotes by George Orwell
#28. Summer days, and the flat water meadows and the blue hills in the distance, and the willows up the backwater and the pools underneath like a kind of deep green glass. Summer evenings, the fish breaking the water, the nightjars hawking round your head, the smell of nightstocks and latakia. Don't mistake what I'm talking about. It's not that I'm trying to put across any of that poetry of childhood stuff. I know that's all baloney. Old Porteous (a friend of mine, a retired schoolmaster, I'll tell you about him later) is great on the poetry of childhood. Sometimes he reads me stuff about it out of books. Wordsworth. Lucy Gray. There was a time when meadow, grove, and all that. Needless to say he's got no kids of his own. The truth is that kids aren't in any way poetic, they're merely savage little animals, except that no animal is a quarter as selfish.

A boy isn't interested in meadows, groves, and so forth. He never looks at a landscape, doesn'tgive a damn for flowers, and unless they affect him in some way, such as being good to eat, he doesn't know one plant from another. Killing things - that's about as near to poetry as a boy gets. And yet all the while there's that peculiar intensity, the power of longing for things as you can't long when you're grown up, and the feeling that time stretches out and out in front of you and that whatever you're doing you could go on for ever. #Quote by George Orwell
Animals And Children quotes by Quentin Crisp
#29. The rest of the world in which I lived was still stumbling about in search of a weapon with which to exterminate this monster [homosexuality] whose shape and size were not yet known or even guessed at. It was thought to be Greek in origin, smaller than socialism but more deadly, especially to children. #Quote by Quentin Crisp
Animals And Children quotes by David W. Earle
#30. Children naturally believe without question and absorb knowledge at an incredible rate; since there is no other frame of reference; they believe their parental reality, true or false. #Quote by David W. Earle
Animals And Children quotes by Jane M. Healy
#31. How can children bombarded from birth by noise, frenetic schedules, and the helter-skelter caretaking of a fast-paced adult world learn to analyze, reflect, ponder? How can they use quiet inner conversation to build personal realities, sharpen and extend their visual reasoning? #Quote by Jane M. Healy
Animals And Children quotes by Audrey Hepburn
#32. And ... I think that's what life is all about, actually,
about children and flowers. #Quote by Audrey Hepburn
Animals And Children quotes by Kate DiCamillo
#33. But I'm not ready to let Winn-Dixie go. #Quote by Kate DiCamillo
Animals And Children quotes by Assata Shakur
#34. On May 19, Malcolm X's birthday, two police had been machine-gunned on Riverside Drive. I felt sorry for their families, sorry for their children, but i was relieved to see that somebody else besides Black folks and Puerto Ricans and Chicanos was being shot at. I was sick and tired of us being the only victims, and i didn't care who knew it. As far as i was concerned, the police in the Black communities were nothing but a foreign, occupying army, beating, torturing, and murdering people at whim and without restraint. I despise violence, but i despise it even more when it's one-sided and used to oppress and repress poor people. #Quote by Assata Shakur
Animals And Children quotes by Kim Stanley Robinson
#35. When you discover that you are living in a fantasy that cannot endure, a fantasy that will destroy your world, and your children, what do you do?
People said things like, Fuck it, or Fuck the future. They said things like, The day is warm, or This meal is excellent, or Let's go to the lake and swim. #Quote by Kim Stanley Robinson
Animals And Children quotes by Charlena E.  Jackson
#36. Our children will be counted, and justice will be served. Our babies deserve a fair chance at life. We are our children's groundbreakers; therefore, we cannot give up. We might run out of breath but we must have the willpower when moving forward to fight for our children's voices to be heard. Bullying is not accepted #Quote by Charlena E. Jackson
Animals And Children quotes by James A. Michener
#37. Animals form an inalienable fragment of nature, and if we hasten the disappearance of even one species, we diminish our world and our place in it. #Quote by James A. Michener
Animals And Children quotes by Cornel West
#38. The problem is not just affirmative action, though. The problem is poor people, working people and their children, and affirmative action for the most part doesn't even apply to them. #Quote by Cornel West
Animals And Children quotes by Federico Fellini
#39. You have to live spherically - in many directions. Never lose your childish enthusiasm - and things will come your way. #Quote by Federico Fellini
Animals And Children quotes by Lisa Vidal
#40. I'm involved with Children's Hospital Los Angeles. I love anything that helps and improves the life of children. #Quote by Lisa Vidal
Animals And Children quotes by Madonna Ciccone
#41. Who is my role model and how long can I keep this going? I just move around and do different things and come back to music, try making films and come back to music, write children's books and come back to music. #Quote by Madonna Ciccone
Animals And Children quotes by Ben Fountain
#42. No matter their age or station in life, Billy can't help but regard his fellow Americans as children. They are bold and proud and certain in the way of clever children blessed with too much self-esteem, and no amount of lecturing will enlighten them as to the state of pure sin toward which war inclines. He pities them, scorns them, loves them, hates them, these children. These boys and girls. These toddlers, these infants. Americans are children who must go somewhere else to grow up, and sometimes die. #Quote by Ben Fountain
Animals And Children quotes by Elton John
#43. Laughing like children, living like lovers, rolling like thunder, under the covers, and I guess that's why they call it the blues. #Quote by Elton John
Animals And Children quotes by Bob Beauprez
#44. Fracking has been used for more than 60 years to successfully drill over a million oil and gas wells in the U.S. Nonetheless, the prevailing mythology on the radical left is that the technology is 'poisoning our children' by polluting the water we drink and the air we breathe. #Quote by Bob Beauprez
Animals And Children quotes by Jeremy Pierre
#45. In a garden long ago, the two majestic beings God had created used their capacities for purposes other than reflecting the goodness of their Creator. Adam and Eve commandeered their design to worship themselves instead of God. Their children and grandchildren have been doing the same ever since. #Quote by Jeremy Pierre
Animals And Children quotes by Joel Osteen
#46. When Christmas doesn't fit your expectations of what the perfect holiday should be, think about how Joseph and Mary probably didn't think that manger was the perfect place for their child to be born. but look at what a perfect Christmas that turned out to be. #Quote by Joel Osteen
Animals And Children quotes by Louise Fitzhugh
#47. Ole Golly: You know what? You're an individual, and that makes people nervous. And it's gonna keep making people nervous for the rest of your life. #Quote by Louise Fitzhugh
Animals And Children quotes by Heinrich Himmler
#48. We came to the question: How is it with the women and children? I decided to find a clear solution here as well. I did not consider myself justified to exterminate the men – in other words, to kill them or have them killed – and allow the avengers of our sons and grandsons in the form of their children to grow up. The difficult decision had to be taken to make this people disappear from the earth. #Quote by Heinrich Himmler
Animals And Children quotes by Dawn O'Porter
#49. Yes, it's unfortunate that we have been conditioned to see an alternative to motherhood as not normal. But you do all realise that some of the most brilliant women in the world don't have kids, right? Oprah, Gloria Steinem, Helen Mirren, Dolly Parton? Do you think their lives carry an air of tragedy because they never had children? I don't. I'm sure they all had different reasons for not doing it, some maybe couldn't, some didn't want to, but these women's lives are not empty because of that. I think it's important we take the lead from our heroes and for everyone to stop valuing women on whether they do, or do not, become mothers. The irony of yours and your listeners' opinions is that it is you boxing women in to these roles, not men. It's highly un-feminist of you.' She #Quote by Dawn O'Porter
Animals And Children quotes by N.G. Pomyalovsky
#50. You will find complete, absolute atheism, not a conscious atheism, but rather the animal atheism of an uneducated man, the atheism of a cat or dog. They call themselves believers, and they lie: they neither believe in nor rely upon that God to whom woman, children, idealists, and people in misfortune like to turn. #Quote by N.G. Pomyalovsky
Animals And Children quotes by Charles Dickens
#51. "But even if he has been wicked," pursued Rose, "think how young he is; think that he may never have known a mother's love, or the comfort of a home; that ill-usage and blows, or the want of bread, may have driven him to herd with men who have forced him to guilt. Aunt, dear aunt, for mercy's sake, think of this, before you let them drag this sick child to a prison, which in any case must be the grave of all his chances of amendment." #Quote by Charles Dickens
Animals And Children quotes by Caroline Muir
#52. Statistics show that well over half the married couples in our culture divorce, and many of those who stick it out do so for reasons other than personal happiness - because it's such a hassle dividing everything, moving, having to start over - not to mention children and the emotional and financial aspects of splitting up. #Quote by Caroline Muir
Animals And Children quotes by Martin Milner
#53. My wife and two children traveled with me on locations all last season. #Quote by Martin Milner
Animals And Children quotes by Vernon Brewer
#54. Imagine for a moment that 10 million children were going to lose their lives next year due to the earth's overheating. A state of emergency would be declared and you would be reading about little else. Well, next year, more than 10 million children's lives will be lost unnecessarily to extreme poverty and you'll hear very little about it. Nearly half will be on the continent of Africa, where HIV/AIDS is killing teachers faster than you can train them and where you can witness entire villages in which chilren are the parents... Will American Christians stand by as an entire country dies?

--Bono #Quote by Vernon Brewer
Animals And Children quotes by Harper Lee
#55. They've done it before and they'll do it again and when they do it
seems that only the children weep. Good night. #Quote by Harper Lee
Animals And Children quotes by Pawan Mishra
#56. Despite progress witnessed elsewhere in the matters of heart, parents in this part of the world hadn't quite come around to letting their adult offspring choose their lovers. #Quote by Pawan Mishra
Animals And Children quotes by Marie Helvin
#57. I'm interested only in buying land in my native Hawaii so that one day I can live there and have the space to rescue animals. #Quote by Marie Helvin

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