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Debarros Law quotes by Matthew Stewart
#1. At its best, management theory is part of the democratic promise of America. It aims to replace the despotism of the old bosses with the rule of scientific law. It offers economic power to all who have the talent and energy to attain it. #Quote by Matthew Stewart
Debarros Law quotes by Rand Paul
#2. We should not have drug laws or a court system that disproportionately punishes the black community. #Quote by Rand Paul
Debarros Law quotes by Ted Cruz
#3. In both law and politics, I think the essential battle is the meta-battle of framing the narrative. #Quote by Ted Cruz
Debarros Law quotes by James Comey
#4. The people of the FBI are sworn to protect both security and liberty. It isn't a question of conflict. We must care deeply about protecting liberty through due process of law, while also safeguarding the citizens we serve - in every investigation. #Quote by James Comey
Debarros Law quotes by Carl Spitteler
#5. At my father's request I took up the study of law at the University of Zurich In 1863. #Quote by Carl Spitteler
Debarros Law quotes by Paul Craig Roberts
#6. Consistency may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but law, morality and leadership demand it. Without consistency, there is privilege. #Quote by Paul Craig Roberts
Debarros Law quotes by Aristotle.
#7. When we look at the matter from another point of view, great caution would seem to be required. For the habit of lightly changing the laws is an evil, and, when the advantage is small, some errors both of lawgivers and rulers had better be left; the citizen will not gain so much by making the change as he will lose by the habit of disobedience. #Quote by Aristotle.
Debarros Law quotes by Robert Lanza
#8. Modern science cannot explain why the laws of physics are exactly balanced for animal life to exist. #Quote by Robert Lanza
Debarros Law quotes by Dorothy Kilgallen
#9. My children have no prejudices at all. My own brother-in-law is Jewish! #Quote by Dorothy Kilgallen
Debarros Law quotes by Albert Camus
#10. We must now embark on the subject of this convulsive effort to control the world and to introduce a universal rule.
We have arrived at the moment when rebellion, rejecting every aspect of servitude, attempts to annex all creation.
Every time it experiences a setback, we have already seen that the political solution, the solution of conquest, is
formulated. Henceforth, with the introduction of moral nihilism, it will retain, of all its acquisitions, only the will to
power. In principle, the rebel only wanted to conquer his own existence and to maintain it in the face of God. But he
forgets his origins and, by the law of spiritual imperialism, he sets out in search of world conquest by way of an
infinitely multiplied series of murders. He drove God from His heaven, but now that the spirit of metaphysical
rebellion openly joins forces with revolutionary movements, the irrational claim for freedom paradoxically adopts
reason as a weapon, and as the only means of conquest which appears entirely human. With the death of God,
mankind remains; and by this we mean the history that we must understand and shape. Nihilism, which, in the very
midst of rebellion, smothers the force of creation, only adds that one is justified in using every
means at one's disposal. Man, on an earth that he knows is henceforth solitary, is going to add, to
irrational crimes, the crimes of reason that are bent on the triumph of man. To the "I rebel, #Quote by Albert Camus
Debarros Law quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#11. By all kinds of traps and sign-boards, threatening the extreme penalty of the divine law, exclude such trespassers from the only ground which can be sacred to you. It is so hard to forget what it is worse than useless to remember! If I am to be a thoroughfare, I prefer that it be of the mountain-brooks, the Parnassian streams, and not the town-sewers. There is inspiration, that gossip which comes to the ear of the attentive mind from the courts of heaven. There is the profane and stale revelation of the bar-room and the police court. The same ear is fitted to receive both communications. Only the character of the hearer determines to which it shall be open, and to which closed. I believe that the mind can be permanently profaned by the habit of attending to trivial things, so that all our thoughts shall be tinged with triviality. Our very intellect shall be macadamized, as it were,--its foundation broken into fragments for the wheels of travel to roll over; and if you would know what will make for the most durable pavement, surpassing rolled stones, spruce blocks, and asphaltum, you have only to look into some of our minds which have been subjected to this treatment so long. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Debarros Law quotes by Michel Foucault
#12. The necessity of reform mustn't be allowed to become a form of blackmail serving to limit, reduce, or halt the exercise of criticism. Under no circumstances should one pay attention to those who tell one: "Don't criticize, since you're not capable of carrying out a reform." That's ministerial cabinet talk. Critique doesn't have to be the premise of a deduction that concludes, "this, then, is what needs to be done." It should be an instrument for those for who fight, those who resist and refuse what is. Its use should be in processes of conflict and confrontation, essays in refusal. It doesn't have to lay down the law for the law. It isn't a stage in a programming. It is a challenge directed to what is. #Quote by Michel Foucault
Debarros Law quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#13. When nonviolence is accepted as the law of life, it must pervade the whole being and not be applied to isolated acts. #Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
Debarros Law quotes by Edward W. Robertson
#14. The worst thing of all was very simple: the disruption of the illusion of safety. That if you were a good person who worked hard and stayed within the law, you'd always be okay. #Quote by Edward W. Robertson
Debarros Law quotes by W.B. Yeats
#15. I saw nothing and heard nothing; near dead I am with a fright I got and with the hardship of the goal.

Once men fought with their desires and their fears, with all that they call their sins, unhelped, and their souls became hard and strong. When we have brought back the clean earth and destroyed the law and the church, all life will become like a flame of fire, like a burning eye... Oh, how to find words, for it all... all that is not life will pass away!

No man can be alive, and what is paradise but fullness of life, if whatever he sets his hand to in the daylight cannot carry him from exaltation to exaltation, and if he does not rise into the frenzy of contemplation in the night silence. Events that are not begotten in joy are misbegotten and darken the world, and nothing is begotten in joy if the joy of a thousand years has not been crushed into a moment.

The soul of man is of the imperishable substance of the stars!

The day you go to heaven that you may never come back again alive out of it! But it is not yourself will never hear the saints hammering at their music! It is you will be moving through the ages chains upon you, and you in the form of a dog or a monster! I tell you, that one will go through purgatory as quick as lightning through a thorn bush.

It is very queer the world itself is, whatever shape was put upon it at the first! #Quote by W.B. Yeats
Debarros Law quotes by Bob Proctor
#16. When you really want something, and you couple that with an understanding of your nature, of your spiritual being, and the law that govern you, you will keep going, regardless of what's happened. Nothing will stop you. #Quote by Bob Proctor
Debarros Law quotes by Edwin Meese
#17. Ascribing racial animus to people who are trying to safeguard democratic integrity is a crude yet effective political tactic that obscures the truth. But there's something even worse than name-calling: legal interference from Washington with valid laws. #Quote by Edwin Meese
Debarros Law quotes by Beth Moore
#18. The law perfected nothing, but a better hope is introduced, through which we draw near to God. Hebrews 7:19 #Quote by Beth Moore
Debarros Law quotes by Henry Ward Beecher
#19. Any law that takes hold of a mans daily life cannot prevail in a community, unless the vast majority of the community are actively in favor of it. The laws that are the most operative are the laws which protect life. #Quote by Henry Ward Beecher
Debarros Law quotes by John Calvin
#20. The effect of our knowledge rather ought to be, first, to teach us reverence and fear; and, secondly, to induce us, under its guidance and teaching, to ask every good thing from him, and, when it is received, ascribe it to him. For how can the idea of God enter your mind without instantly giving rise to the thought, that since you are his workmanship, you are bound, by the very law of creation, to submit to his authority?--that your life is due to him?--that whatever you do ought to have reference to him? #Quote by John Calvin
Debarros Law quotes by Seneca.
#21. We should not manifest surprise at any sort of condition into which we are born, and which should be lamented by no one, simply because it is equally ordained for all. Yes, I say, equally ordained; for a man might have experienced even that which he has escaped. And an equal law consists, not of that which all have experienced, but of that which is laid down for all. Be sure to prescribe for your mind this sense of equity; we should pay without complaint the tax of our mortality. #Quote by Seneca.
Debarros Law quotes by Rudyard Kipling
#22. The Law of the Jungle
NOW this is the Law of the Jungle - as old and as true as the sky;
And the Wolf that shall keep it may prosper, but the Wolf that shall break it must die.

As the creeper that girdles the tree-trunk the Law runneth forward and back -
For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack.

Wash daily from nose-tip to tail-tip; drink deeply, but never too deep;
And remember the night is for hunting, and forget not the day is for sleep.

The Jackal may follow the Tiger, but, Cub, when thy whiskers are grown,
Remember the Wolf is a Hunter - go forth and get food of thine own.

Keep peace withe Lords of the Jungle - the Tiger, the Panther, and Bear.
And trouble not Hathi the Silent, and mock not the Boar in his lair.

When Pack meets with Pack in the Jungle, and neither will go from the trail,
Lie down till the leaders have spoken - it may be fair words shall prevail.

When ye fight with a Wolf of the Pack, ye must fight him alone and afar,
Lest others take part in the quarrel, and the Pack be diminished by war.

The Lair of the Wolf is his refuge, and where he has made him his home,
Not even the Head Wolf may enter, not even the Council may come.

The Lair of the Wolf is his refuge, but where he has digged it too plain,
The Council shall send him a message, and so he shall ch #Quote by Rudyard Kipling
Debarros Law quotes by Joseph LeConte
#23. There is nothing which Nature so clearly reveals, and upon which science so strongly insists, as the universal reign of law, absolute, universal, invariable law ... Not one jot or tittle of the laws of Nature are unfulfilled. I do not believe it is possible to state this fact too strongly ... Everything happens according to law, and, since law is the expression of Divine will, everything happens according to Divine will, i.e. is in some sense ordained, decreed. #Quote by Joseph LeConte
Debarros Law quotes by Chief Joseph
#24. Our fathers gave us many laws which they had learned from their
fathers. These laws were good. #Quote by Chief Joseph
Debarros Law quotes by Joshua Oppenheimer
#25. Military rule in Indonesia formally ended in 1998, but the army remains above the law. #Quote by Joshua Oppenheimer
Debarros Law quotes by Robert Frost
#26. The problem for the King is just how strict
The lack of liberty, the squeeze of the law
And discipline should be in school and state ... #Quote by Robert Frost
Debarros Law quotes by Susan Andersen
#27. What is it about men, anyway? You can't live with 'em and the law frowns on neutering them. It's not exactly a win-win situation. #Quote by Susan Andersen
Debarros Law quotes by Wayne Joe Evans
#28. Please remember this, no additional power or endeavour is required to command abundance and happiness than is required to accept misery and scarcity! It's your mind that makes it so. #Quote by Wayne Joe Evans
Debarros Law quotes by Charles Lamb
#29. The laws of Pluto's kingdom know small difference between king and cobbler, manager and call-boy; and, if haply your dates of life were conterminant, you are quietly taking your passage, cheek by cheek (O ignoble levelling of Death) with the shade of some recently departed candle-snuffer. #Quote by Charles Lamb
Debarros Law quotes by Ibi Kaslik
#30. You can never get to a person's mind. You cannot know the different deeds and missions of happiness; you can't tell a screm of pleasure from one of pain. Sometimes, we can barely read pain. Neither a barometer nor a guide, pain can mislead us. Even in the body, the laws of chain reactions can be false. This is why people always want a second opinion. #Quote by Ibi Kaslik
Debarros Law quotes by Rhonda Byrne
#31. You are the master of your life, and the Universe is answering your every command. #Quote by Rhonda Byrne
Debarros Law quotes by Thucydides
#32. Of the gods we believe, and of men we know, that by a necessary law of their nature they rule wherever they can. #Quote by Thucydides
Debarros Law quotes by Carla Power
#33. Modern Muslims often simply cling to the external signs of their faith: "People are busy worrying about their beards, or their headscarves," he observed. "So the faith becomes like their identity. It happens like this in every culture, every faith. The outer aspects to become more important, while the soul inside is forgotten." He paused, shook his head, and gazed mournfully out a the crowd. "At the end of the day, people are carrying around a dead body, with no soul."

"Why do Muslims have so much suffering, all over the world?" he demanded. "We are carrying the body of Islam! We don't have submission. We have got the law, but without the hikma - the wisdom - behind it. Religion hasn't come to give people an identity! Its purpose is not so you can say, 'We belong to this group.' But at this moment ninety-nine percent of Muslims treat religion as identity! But God does not like identity. He does not want people to be proud of belonging. He wants faith, and he wants action. #Quote by Carla Power
Debarros Law quotes by Robert Bolton
#34. The law of change says, "Things do not stay the same. If they don't get better, they get worse. #Quote by Robert Bolton
Debarros Law quotes by James Baldwin
#35. The price of the liberation of the white people is the liberation of the blacks - the total liberation, in the cities, in the towns, before the law, and in the mind. #Quote by James Baldwin
Debarros Law quotes by Pyotr Kropotkin
#36. To seek pleasure, to avoid pain, is the general line of action (some would say law) of the organic world. Without this quest of the agreeable, life itself would be impossible. Organisms would disintegrate, life cease. Thus whatever a man's actions and line of conduct may be, he does what he does in obedience to a craving of his nature. The most repulsive actions, no less than actions which are indifferent or most attractive, are all equally dictated by a need of the individual who performs them. Let him act as he may, the individual acts as he does because he finds a pleasure in it, or avoids, or thinks he avoids, a pain. Here we have a well-established fact. Here we have the essence of what has been called the egoistic theory. #Quote by Pyotr Kropotkin
Debarros Law quotes by Apollonius Of Tyana
#37. Multicolored stones and paintings, walkways, and theaters are useless in a city unless it also contains wisdom and law. Such things are the subject of wisdom and law, not equivalent to them. #Quote by Apollonius Of Tyana
Debarros Law quotes by Eugene Wigner
#38. [T]he laws of quantum mechanics itself cannot be formulated ... without recourse to the concept of consciousness. #Quote by Eugene Wigner
Debarros Law quotes by Allen Eskens
#39. do you know what a dying declaration is?" I didn't, although I gave it a shot. "It's a declaration made by someone who is dying?" "It is a term of law," he said. "If a man whispers the name of his killer and then dies, it's considered good evidence because there's a belief - an understanding - that a person who is dying would not want to die with a lie upon his lips. No sin could be greater than a sin that cannot be rectified, the sin you never get to confess. #Quote by Allen Eskens
Debarros Law quotes by George Washington
#40. Laws or ordinances unobserved, or partially attended to, had better never have been made. #Quote by George Washington
Debarros Law quotes by Milton Friedman
#41. I think a major reason why intellectuals tend to move towards collectivism is that the collectivist answer is a simple one. If there's something wrong, pass a law and do something about it. #Quote by Milton Friedman
Debarros Law quotes by Anonymous
#42. Under the law of the kingdom, for example, no one may hope for forgiveness who has not first forgiven. Mt 6:12,14,15 #Quote by Anonymous
Debarros Law quotes by Darren Simon
#43. No, brother-in-law, you have passed a death sentence on your people and on your Queen, your wife, the woman you have vowed to protect. And do not think your child will escape me. I will search all eternity - I will never cease until the child of my sister dies. #Quote by Darren Simon
Debarros Law quotes by Cornelius Castoriadis
#44. While all societies make their own imaginaries (institutions, laws, traditions, beliefs and behaviors), autonomous societies are those that their members are aware of this fact, and explicitly self-institute (αυτο-νομούνται). In contrast, the members of heteronomous societies attribute their imaginaries to some extra-social authority (i.e. God, ancestors, historical necessity) #Quote by Cornelius Castoriadis
Debarros Law quotes by Vilfredo Pareto
#45. Human behaviour reveals uniformities which constitute natural laws. If these uniformities did not exist, then there would be neither social science nor political economy, and even the study of history would largely be useless. In effect, if the future actions of men having nothing in common with their past actions, our knowledge of them, although possibly satisfying our curiosity by way of an interesting story, would be entirely useless to us as a guide in life. #Quote by Vilfredo Pareto
Debarros Law quotes by Chris Christie
#46. New Jersey was threatened like no other region in this country and what we did was we took action within the constitution to make sure that law enforcement had all the information they needed. #Quote by Chris Christie

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