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Birders Society quotes by Angelina Jolie
#1. Children should be allowed to express themselves in whatever way they wish without anybody judging them because it is an important part of their growth ... Society always has something to learn when it comes to the way we judge each other, label each other. We have far to go. #Quote by Angelina Jolie
Birders Society quotes by Crystal Renn
#2. The problem is that we as a society simply accept these unrealistic standards: that you have to be thin to be perfect, to be beautiful, to be successful at work and to have a good relationship. And it is making us sick. This self-loathing is crippling women. #Quote by Crystal Renn
Birders Society quotes by Sam Brownback
#3. If you get married, you lose all your benefits. That's insane! We should give people bonuses for getting married, and sending signals and talking about it to the society. #Quote by Sam Brownback
Birders Society quotes by Henri Cartier-Bresson
#4. The intensive use of photographs by mass media lays ever fresh responsibilities upon the photographer. We have to acknowledge the existence of a chasm between the economic needs of our consumer society and the requirements of those who bear witness to this epoch. This affects us all, particularly the younger generations of photographers. We must take greater care than ever not to allow ourselves to be separated from the real world and from humanity. #Quote by Henri Cartier-Bresson
Birders Society quotes by Ananda Coomaraswamy
#5. The vocation, whether it be that of the farmer or the architect, is a function; the exercise of this function as regards the man himself is the most indispensable means of spiritual development, and as regards his relation to society the measure of his worth. #Quote by Ananda Coomaraswamy
Birders Society quotes by Judith McNaught
#6. For himself Ian would have calmly and unhesitatingly told society to go to hell, but they'd already put Elizabeth through hell, and he wanted somehow to make it right for her again. #Quote by Judith McNaught
Birders Society quotes by Johnny B. Truant
#7. Why do we look to everyone else to see what to do? Why don't we understand that they're all as lost and scared as we are? Why do we look at a random consensus, shaped by opinions and powers that drift like dunes, as an absolute truth? If "normal" could change tomorrow, why are we such slaves to it? And where has "normal" gotten us, anyway? We live in a society that can't stop pollution or environmental destruction, that can't raise educational standards, can't stay healthy and non-obese, can't balance a budget, has no sense of fiscal responsibility, is in an economic tailspin, and is rife with crime and murder and violence. Most people in this "normal" society of ours begin sitting still in a room for six to eight hours beginning in childhood. They continue that for twelve years and then begin sitting still in a different room for another forty years, at which point they hope to retire and sit still in a chair in front of the TV until they die. #Quote by Johnny B. Truant
Birders Society quotes by Tia Mowry
#8. Society tends to always make multiples - whether it's twins or triplets or whatever - one person. And it's not always fair. I encourage multiples to embrace their individual uniqueness because, just as you are an amazing unit together, that can only happen when you are strong individually. #Quote by Tia Mowry
Birders Society quotes by Bonnie Greer
#9. We live in a very gynophobic society #Quote by Bonnie Greer
Birders Society quotes by Samuel Alito
#10. In southern Italy, where my grandparents had lived, there were few opportunities. The society was static, with rigid social classes. Poor people, like my grandparents, had little chance to improve their lives, no matter their talents or willingness to work. #Quote by Samuel Alito
Birders Society quotes by Lawrence Weiner
#11. I think there should be a reworking of the value structure of art. The value is when the artist makes a first engagement with society. That work has the most value. That is the function of the artist. That result. #Quote by Lawrence Weiner
Birders Society quotes by Nilantha Ilangamuwa
#12. The decrease in the number of killings doesn't make any difference if the society has to sleep with the ghosts of the old devil. #Quote by Nilantha Ilangamuwa
Birders Society quotes by Evgeny Morozov
#13. A vibrant civil society can challenge those in power by documenting corruption or uncovering activities like the murder of political enemies. In democracies, this function is mostly performed by the media, NGOs or opposition parties. #Quote by Evgeny Morozov
Birders Society quotes by Sigmund Freud
#14. If we turn to those restrictions that only apply to certain classes of society, we encounter a state of things which is glaringly obvious and has always been recognized. It is to be expected that the neglected classes will grudge the favoured ones their privileges and that they will do everything in their to power to rid themselves of their own surplus of privation. Where this is not possible a lasting measure of discontent will obtain within this culture, and this may lead to dangerous outbreaks. But if a culture has not got beyond the stage in which the satisfaction of one group of its members necessarily involves the suppression of another, perhaps the majority---and this is the case in all modern cultures,---it is intelligible that these suppressed classes should develop an intense hostility to the culture; a culture, whose existence they make possible by their labour, but in whose resources they have too small a share. In such conditions one must not expect to find an internalization of the cultural prohibitions among the suppressed classes; indeed they are not even prepared to acknowledge these prohibitions, intent, as they are, on the destruction of the culture itself and perhaps even of the assumptions on which it rests. These classes are so manifestly hostile to culture that on that account the more latent hostility of the better provided social strata has been overlooked. It need not be said that a culture which leaves unsatisfied and drives to rebelliousness so lar #Quote by Sigmund Freud
Birders Society quotes by Periyar E.V. Ramasamy
#15. If god is the root cause for our degradation destroy that god. If it is religion destroy it. If it is Manu Darma, Gita, or any other Mythology (Purana), burn them to ashes. If it is temple, tank, or festival, boycott them. Finally if it is our politics, come forward to declare it openly. #Quote by Periyar E.V. Ramasamy
Birders Society quotes by Leo Tolstoy
#16. Society, and proceeded to introduce a series of sweeping social, economic, and political reforms, including #Quote by Leo Tolstoy
Birders Society quotes by Brenda Ueland
#17. In fact that is why the lives of most women are so vaguely unsatisfactory. They are always doing secondary and menial things (that do not require all their gifts and ability) for others and never anything for themselves. Society and husbands praise them for it (when they get too miserable or have nervous breakdowns) though always a little perplexedly and half-heartedly and just to be consoling. The poor wives are reminded that that is just why wives are so splendid -- because they are so unselfish and self-sacrificing and that is the wonderful thing about them! But inwardly women know that something is wrong. They sense that if you are always doing something for others, like a servant or nurse, and never anything for yourself, you cannot do others any good. You make them physically more comfortable. But you cannot affect them spiritually in any way at all. For to teach, encourage, cheer up, console, amuse, stimulate or advise a husband or children or friends, you have to be something yourself. [...]"If you would shut your door against the children for an hour a day and say; 'Mother is working on her five-act tragedy in blank verse!' you would be surprised how they would respect you. They would probably all become playwrights. #Quote by Brenda Ueland
Birders Society quotes by Anonymous
#18. Unlike information, it cannot be dispensed via blogs and Internet chatter. Since we are drowning in an ocean of information, the most precious commodity in modern society is wisdom. Without wisdom and insight, we are left to drift aimlessly and without purpose #Quote by Anonymous
Birders Society quotes by Arthur Koestler
#19. Man has an irrepressible tendency to read meaning into the buzzing confusion of sights and sounds impinging on his senses; and where no agreed meaning can be found, he will provide it out of his own imagination. #Quote by Arthur Koestler
Birders Society quotes by Nathaniel Branden
#20. The music that inspires the souls of lovers exists within themselves and the private universe they occupy. They share it with each other; they do not share it with the tribe or with society. The courage to hear that music and to honor it is one of the prerequisites of romantic love. #Quote by Nathaniel Branden
Birders Society quotes by Arkady Strugatsky
#21. And no matter how much the gray people in power despise knowledge, they can't do anything about historical objectivity; they can slow it down, but they can't stop it. Despising and fearing knowledge, they will nonetheless inevitably decide to promote it in order to survive. Sooner or later they will be forced to allow universities and scientific societies, to create research centers, observatories, and laboratories, and thus to create a cadre of people of thought and knowledge: people who are completely beyond their control, people with a completely different psychology and with completely different needs. And these people cannot exist and certainly cannot function in the former atmosphere of low self-interest, banal preoccupations, dull self-satisfaction, and purely carnal needs. They need a new atmosphere - an atmosphere of comprehensive and inclusive learning, permeated with creative tension; they need writers, artists, composers - and the gray people in power are forced to make this concession too. The obstinate ones will be swept aside by their more cunning opponents in the struggle for power, but those who make this concession are, inevitably and paradoxically, digging their own graves against their will. For fatal to the ignorant egoists and fanatics is the growth of a full range of culture in the people - from research in the natural sciences to the ability to marvel at great music. And then comes the associated process of the broad intellectualization of society: #Quote by Arkady Strugatsky
Birders Society quotes by John Balance
#22. The industrial use of semen will revolutionize society #Quote by John Balance
Birders Society quotes by Pope Francis
#23. I beg the Lord to grant us more politicians who are genuinely disturbed by the state of society, the people, the lives of the poor! #Quote by Pope Francis
Birders Society quotes by Rachel Maddow
#24. After we graduate tonight, we no longer have to let society happen to us. We get to create our own. #Quote by Rachel Maddow
Birders Society quotes by Lynn Shelton
#25. For me, I want to see diversity in storytelling sources because we live in a very diverse society, and the stories are for the whole society. That's really important. For me, as a female filmmaker, when I was out on the festival circuit on 2006, I felt like such a freaking anomaly - an oddity. #Quote by Lynn Shelton
Birders Society quotes by Russell Kirk
#26. Burke, could he see our century, never would concede that a consumption-society is the end for which Providence has prepared man. #Quote by Russell Kirk
Birders Society quotes by Walter Scott
#27. If you have no friends to share or rejoice in your success in life - if you cannot look back to those whom you owe gratitude, or forward to those to whom you ought to afford protection, still it is no less incumbent on you to move steadily in the path of duty; for your active excretions are due not only to society; but in humble gratitude to the Being who made you a member of it, with powers to save yourself and others. #Quote by Walter Scott
Birders Society quotes by Kenzo Tange
#28. Technological considerations are of great importance to architecture and cities in the informational society. #Quote by Kenzo Tange
Birders Society quotes by Kendra Wilkinson
#29. I get to teach my daughter what I've learned. I don't want her to feel she has to be a certain way to impress society. If she wants to spit or go play some ball, I'll be so proud, because that's who I am, and that's a real person. #Quote by Kendra Wilkinson
Birders Society quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#30. You must learn the art of disappearance to protect yourself from the stupid! This art will save your time and your energy and it will keep your mind's purity. And what is this art? It is to isolate yourself for a particular period of time from the society! #Quote by Mehmet Murat Ildan
Birders Society quotes by Jim Hightower
#31. The real bias of the media is not to the left or to the right, but to the thin strata of economic elites at the top of our society. #Quote by Jim Hightower
Birders Society quotes by Gene Edward Veith Jr.
#32. No one can violently attack something without taking it seriously in some way. No one attacks belief in Zeus anymore. No one gets emotional over the Flat Earth Society. Yet Christianity calls forth the deepest emotions
even and especially in the ones who most reject it. #Quote by Gene Edward Veith Jr.
Birders Society quotes by Mark L. Donald
#33. SEALs are warriors in every sense of the word: men who actually go into combat on missions that bring them eye to eye with their enemy, up close and personal. Even their methods of insertion are extremely dangerous; parachute jumps, submarine launches, and ocean swims in treacherous seas are very serious business. I guess that's why I find it hard to accept how our society tosses around the word "warrior" when describing an athlete, businessman, or even a politician. To me the term "warrior" is a sacred one characterizing a lifestyle of personal sacrifice. A warrior's training is continuous in order to maintain a constant state of readiness, often taking him away from the ones he loves and those he's sworn to protect. A warrior does this not for reward but for a chance to join his brothers on a high-risk mission. It doesn't sound like any civilian occupation I know of. #Quote by Mark L. Donald
Birders Society quotes by Norman Lear
#34. For all our alarm, it is clear that the religious right is responding to a real hunger in our society ... a deep-seated yearning for stable values ... When conservative Christian groups talk of failures in our educational system, the erosion of our moral standards, and the waste of young lives, they are addressing real and legitimate concerns ... Among secularists, the aversion toward discussion of moral values, let alone religion, can reach absurd extremes. #Quote by Norman Lear
Birders Society quotes by Jon Stewart
#35. As we approach the millennium with sort of the idea that society is going to start spiraling into chaos, I'd love to be making jokes about that. Who wants to miss out on that? If the world is going to end, I want to be there the night before, goofing off. #Quote by Jon Stewart
Birders Society quotes by Roxane Gay
#36. Losing control of my body was a matter of accretion. I began eating to change my body. I was willful in this. Some boys had destroyed me, and I barely survived it. I knew I wouldn't be able to endure another such violation, and so I ate because I thought that if my body became repulsive, I could keep men away. Even at that young age, I understood that to be fat was to be undesirable to men, to be beneath their contempt, and I already knew too much about their contempt. This is what most girls are taught--that we should be slender and small. We should not take up space. We should be seen and not heard, and if we are seen, we should be pleasing to men, acceptable to society. And most women know this, that we are supposed to disappear, but it's something that needs to be said, loudly, over and over again, so that we can resist surrendering to what is expected of us. #Quote by Roxane Gay
Birders Society quotes by Sam A. Patel
#37. Freedom. The freedom to be, without limits, to the very best of your ability. The freedom to move without fear or reticence and live your life one leap at a time. The freedom to unbind yourself from all those paths that have been constructed for you by society and find your own way through the obstacles. The freedom to write your own physics, accepting nobody's rules of gravity and space but your own. #Quote by Sam A. Patel
Birders Society quotes by Henri Nouwen
#38. In our production-oriented society, being busy, having an occupation, has become one of the main ways, if not the main way, of identifying ourselves. Without an occupation, not just our economic security but our very identity is endangered. #Quote by Henri Nouwen
Birders Society quotes by Auliq Ice
#39. Secret of man's Mortality; Man has transformed from immortal to become a mere mortal being all because of our mental love for sex and evil. #Quote by Auliq Ice
Birders Society quotes by Frithjof Schuon
#40. Tacitus laughed at the Germanic tribes who tried to stop a torrent with their shields, but it is no less naive to believe in planetary migration or to believe in the establishment by purely human means of a society fully satisfied and perfectly inoffensive and continuing to progress indefinitely. Al lthis proves that man ,thoough he has inevitably become less naive in some things, has nontheless learned nothing as far as essentials are concerned; the only thing that man is capable of when left to himself is to "commit the oldest sins the newest kind of ways," as Shakespeare would say. And the world being what it is, one is doubtless not guilty of a truism in adding that it is better to go to Heaven naively than to go intelligently to hell. #Quote by Frithjof Schuon
Birders Society quotes by Henry Clay
#41. War unhinges society, disturbs its peaceful and regular industry, and scatters poisonous seeds of disease and immorality, which continue to germinate and diffuse their baneful influence long after it has ceased. Dazzling by its glitter, pomp and pageantry, it begets a spirit of wild adventure and romantic enterprise, and often disqualifies those who embark in it, after their return from the bloody fields of battle, from engaging in the industrious and peaceful vocations of life. #Quote by Henry Clay
Birders Society quotes by Edmund Burke
#42. Far am I from denying in theory, full as far is my heart from withholding in practice, (if I were of power to give or to withhold,) the real rights of men. In denying their false claims of right, I do not mean to injure those which are real, and are such as their pretended rights would totally destroy. If civil society be made for the advantage of man, all the advantages for which it is made become his right. It is an institution of beneficience; and law itself is only beneficience acting by a rule. Men have a right to live by that rule; they have a right to do justice, as between their fellows, whether their fellows are in public function or in ordinary occupation. They have a right to the fruits of their industry, and to the means of making their industry fruitful. They have a right to the acquisitions of their parents; to the nourishment and improvement of their offspring; to instruction in life, and to consolation in death. Whatever each man can separately do, without trespassing upon others, he has a right to do for himself; and he has a right to a fair portion of all which society, with all its combinations of skill and force, can do in his favor. In this partnership all men have equal rights; but not to equal things. He that has but five shillings in the partnership, has as good a right to it, as he that has five hundred pounds has to his larger proportion. But he has not a right to an equal dividend in the product of the joint stock; and as to the share of power, auth #Quote by Edmund Burke
Birders Society quotes by Alan Greenspan
#43. There are winners and there are losers. And as much as we would like to help the losers, if we do it in the way that directs the limited capital of the society to support the low-productivity parts of the economy, it means that the rest of the economy - our overall standard of living - will not rise as much as it could. #Quote by Alan Greenspan
Birders Society quotes by Pope John Paul II
#44. It would be a sad thing if the religious and moral convictions upon which the American experiment was founded could now somehow be considered a danger to free society. #Quote by Pope John Paul II

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