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Value Of Freedom quotes by Friedrich August Von Hayek
#1. We must show that liberty is not merely one particular value but that it is the source and condition of most moral values. What a free society offers to the individual is much more than what he would be able to do if only he were free. We can therefore not fully appreciate the value of freedom until we know how a society of free men as a whole differs from one in which unfreedom prevails. #Quote by Friedrich August Von Hayek
Value Of Freedom quotes by Edmund Burke
#2. To prove that the Americans ought not to be free, we are obliged to deprecate the value of freedom itself. #Quote by Edmund Burke
Value Of Freedom quotes by Hilary Mantel
#3. That's the point of a promise, he thinks. It wouldn't have any value, if you could see what it would cost you when you made it. #Quote by Hilary Mantel
Value Of Freedom quotes by Kofi Annan
#4. His Holiness brings a wealth of experience to this exalted office. The United Nations and the Holy See share a strong commitment to peace, social justice, human dignity, religious freedom and mutual respect among the world's religions. #Quote by Kofi Annan
Value Of Freedom quotes by Charles J. Shields
#5. It's absolutely essential that a writer know himself, for until he knows his abilities and limitations, his talents and problems, he will be unable to produce anything of real value. Secondly, you must be able to look coldly at what you do. The writer must know for whom he writes, why he writes, and if his writing says what he means for it to say. Writing is, in a way, a contest of knowing, of seeing the dream, of getting there, and of achieving what you set out to do. The simplest way to reach this goal is to simply say what you mean as clearly and precisely as you know how.--Harper Lee #Quote by Charles J. Shields
Value Of Freedom quotes by Daniel J. Muhlestein
#6. I believe the greatness of a country is directly proportionate to what it pays attention to and the intrinsic value of that thing. #Quote by Daniel J. Muhlestein
Value Of Freedom quotes by George W. Bush
#7. The United States of America will never be intimidated by thugs and assassins. The killers will fail, and the Iraqi people will live in freedom. #Quote by George W. Bush
Value Of Freedom quotes by Lois Lowry
#8. The man that I named the Giver passed along to the boy knowledge, history, memories, color, pain, laughter, love, and truth. Every time you place a book in the hands of a child, you do the same thing. It is very risky. But each time a child opens a book, he pushes open the gate that separates him from Elsewhere. It gives him choices. It gives him freedom. Those are magnificent, wonderfully unsafe things.
[from her Newberry Award acceptance speech] #Quote by Lois Lowry
Value Of Freedom quotes by John Steinbeck
#9. Consider the blundering anarchic system of the United States the stupidity of some of its lawmakers, the violent reaction, the slowness of its ability to change. Twenty-five key men destroyed could make the Soviet Union stagger, but we could lose our congress, our president, and our general staff and nothing much would have happened. We would go right on. In fact we might be better for it. #Quote by John Steinbeck
Value Of Freedom quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#10. The only part of you that hurts when you're given the truth is the part that lives on lies. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Value Of Freedom quotes by Thomas A Kempis
#11. Be thankful for the smallest blessing and you will deserve to receive greater. Value the least gifts no less than the greatest, and simple graces as especial favors. If you remember the dignity of the Giver, no gift will seem small or mean. #Quote by Thomas A Kempis
Value Of Freedom quotes by Ashwin Sanghi
#12. That freedom of writing you don't get in other formats, I'd rather leave it to someone else to deal with the headache of drafting my book into a screenplay. #Quote by Ashwin Sanghi
Value Of Freedom quotes by Peter Sloterdijk
#13. Let me repeat: the stakes are high. We must confront one of the most massive pseudo-evidences in recent intellectual history: the belief, rampant in Europe since only two or three centuries ago, in the existence of 'religions' - and more than that, against the unverified faith in the existence of faith. Faith in the existence of 'religion' is the element that unites believers and non-believers, in the present as much as in the past. It displays a single-mindedness that would make any prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in Rome green with envy. No one who overcame religion ever doubted its existence, even if they opposed every single one of its dogmas. No denial ever confronted the denier with the question of whether its name was justified, and whether it had any lasting value in such a form. It is only because society has grown accustomed to a comparatively recent fiction - it did not come into use until the seventeenth century - that one can speak today of a 'return of religion'.' It is the unbroken faith in religion as a constant and universal factor which can vanish and return that forms the foundation of the current legend. #Quote by Peter Sloterdijk
Value Of Freedom quotes by Beth Moore
#14. Withholding forgiveness until an offender understands or acknowledges the emotional pain they have inflicted is a subtle form of revenge. Why? Because it's hoping that the offender would hurt a little too, in order to understand. But this type of revenge robs you of your freedom and allows the offender to keep control of you. Dr. Chuck Lynch, I Should Forgive, but . #Quote by Beth Moore
Value Of Freedom quotes by Assata Shakur
#15. The whole thing boiled down to a simple equation: anything that has any kind of value is made, mined, grown, produced, and processed by working people. So why shouldn't working people collectively own that wealth? Why shouldn't working people own and control their own resources? Capitalism meant that rich businessmen owned the wealth, while socialism meant that the people who made the wealth owned it. #Quote by Assata Shakur
Value Of Freedom quotes by Jonathan Morris
#16. We have family on Mars. And when you have children, there isn't anything you wouldn't do to protect them."

Doctor: "You'd even allow an innocent person to die?"

"Yes, if I had to."

Doctor: "Well then, that's the difference between us. I'd give up my own life without hesitation; it's mine to give. Just don't ask me to give up anybody else's. ... This is how evil starts: With the belief that the ends justify the means. But once you start down that road, there's no turning back. What if you can save a million lives, but you have to let ten people die? Or a hundred? Or a hundred thousand? Where do you stop? #Quote by Jonathan Morris
Value Of Freedom quotes by Tacitus
#17. Fear is not in the habit of speaking truth; when perfect sincerity is expected, perfect freedom must be allowed; nor has anyone who is apt to be angry when he hears the truth any cause to wonder that he does not hear it. #Quote by Tacitus
Value Of Freedom quotes by Charles Spurgeon
#18. O What A Freedom Is Thine! Freedom from Condemnation. Freedom to the Promises, Freedom to the Throne of Grace, and at last Freedom to Enter Heaven! #Quote by Charles Spurgeon
Value Of Freedom quotes by Gish Jen
#19. A man was the sum of his limits; freedom only made him see how much so. #Quote by Gish Jen
Value Of Freedom quotes by Peter Ombedha
#20. This is our Country, there is nobody else who is going to come from outside to defend us. We need to wake up and defend ourselves to make this Country a beautiful and better Country for all of us. #Quote by Peter Ombedha
Value Of Freedom quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#21. When the Christian Crusaders in the East came into collision with that invincible order of assassins, that order of free spirits par excellence, whose lowest grade lives in a state of discipline such as no order of monks has ever attained, then in some way or other they managed to get an inkling of that symbol and tally- word, that was reserved for the highest grade alone as their secretum, "Nothing is true, everything is allowed," - in sooth, that was freedom of thought, thereby was taking leave of the very belief in truth. #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
Value Of Freedom quotes by John Cage
#22. Artists talk a lot about freedom. So, recalling the expression "free as a bird," Morton Feldman went to a park one day and spent some time watching our feathered friends. When he came back, he said, "You know? They're not free: they're fighting over bits of food. #Quote by John Cage
Value Of Freedom quotes by Stormie O'martian
#23. The answer to that is we have to pray specifically when there is a specific need. We are not only praying for our adult children to be open to all the Holy Spirit wants to do in them, we are also praying for the Holy Spirit to set them free from something in particular. The challenging part is that the Holy Spirit will not do what someone resists Him doing. He will pour out His Spirit on our lives, but He will not force His liberation upon us. He will not set us free if we don't want to be. This is why praying for our adult children is so important. We can't force them to want to be free. And let's face it, there may be things we as parents want our adult children to be free of, but they don't see it the same way. They like their bad habit, bad influence, or bad choice. Our prayers for our adult children can help them recognize that they do need to be free and what they need to be free of, and our prayers can open their hearts up to want that freedom. #Quote by Stormie O'martian
Value Of Freedom quotes by Tacitus
#24. Such being the happiness of the times, that you may think as you wish, and speak as you think. #Quote by Tacitus
Value Of Freedom quotes by C. JoyBell C.
#25. Because..." he used to cradle his daughter in his arms every morning and often they would exchange soft nuances "...if you can dream it, if you can see it in your visions at night, if you can feel it in your soul, it's yours! And it never really belonged to anyone else, in the first place! It was always yours!" Viera returned her scroll to the drawer and closed it, she kissed the compass around her neck and climbed into her bed under the warm quilts, the candle flame crackled and the memories of her father's arms around her embraced her there in bed and his deep, hoarse voice resounded in her ears; "... and if you chance upon a treasure that is yours and it happens to be in the possession of someone else, it's not very wrong to take what is yours, to take what you dreamed, what you saw in your visions at night, what you felt visit you in your spirit! Sure, it's not lawful, but aye aye my little one, listen to me when I tell you that the best things in life are not under the laws of any sort! For which law created love? Which law created courage? The best things, the real things, are the things that are not measured by any man's laws! Fear is the only thing that any law has ever created! And what kind of pirates would we all be if we were afraid of any of our fears, even a little! #Quote by C. JoyBell C.
Value Of Freedom quotes by Sequence Kye Kenneth Young
#26. I walk this road of flames and danger alone. To see the ocean of dreams. And drink from its endless freedom that flows though or vein's to be someone much more than human. #Quote by Sequence Kye Kenneth Young
Value Of Freedom quotes by Alice W. Flaherty
#27. Most agree that a useful definition of creative work is that it includes a combination of novelty and value. Creativity requires novelty because tried-and-true solutions are not creative, even if they are ingenious and useful. And creative works must be valuable (useful or illuminating to at least some members of the population) because a work that is merely odd is not creative. This two-pronged definition of creativity also provides an explanation of why the creative can lie close to the insane (unusual but valueless behavior). #Quote by Alice W. Flaherty
Value Of Freedom quotes by Kurt Vonnegut
#28. The First Amendment reads more like a dream than a law, and no other nation, so far as I know, has been crazy enough to include such a dream among its fundamental legal documents. I defend it because it has been so successful for two centuries in preserving our freedom and increasing our vitality, knowing that all arguments in support of it are certain to sound absurd. #Quote by Kurt Vonnegut
Value Of Freedom quotes by Tim Fargo
#29. Forgiveness is the process of dropping off your emotional baggage. #Quote by Tim Fargo
Value Of Freedom quotes by Thomas Sowell
#30. No exchanges of goods (for other goods or for money) would ever take place, unless the same physical thing had different values to different people. #Quote by Thomas Sowell
Value Of Freedom quotes by Lawrence Weiner
#31. 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
Value Of Freedom quotes by Pope Francis
#32. Do not fall into the terrible trap of thinking that life depends on money and that, in comparison with money, anything else is devoid of value or dignity. This is nothing but an illusion! We cannot take money with us into the life beyond. Money does not bring us happiness. #Quote by Pope Francis
Value Of Freedom quotes by Jiddu Krishnamurti
#33. Love implies great freedom - not to do what you like. But love comes only when the mind is very quiet, disinterested, not self-centered. These are not ideals. If you have no love, do what you will - go after all the gods on earth, do all the social activities, try to reform the poor, the politics, write books, write poems - you are a dead human being. And without love your problems will increase, multiply endlessly. And with love, do what you will, there is no risk; there is no conflict. Then love is the essence of virtue. And a mind that is not in a state of love is not a religious mind at all. And it is only the religious mind that is freed from problems, and that knows the beauty of love and truth. #Quote by Jiddu Krishnamurti
Value Of Freedom quotes by H.G. Tudor
#34. He has carefully studied the benefits of various strategies of deception in order to "master" the world in order to achieve freedom and autonomy. He is convinced that a deceptive lifestyle would be appropriate in order for him to get even with those that he believes have let him suffer. #Quote by H.G. Tudor
Value Of Freedom quotes by Ernest Holmes
#35. The Divine Plan is one of Freedom. The inherent nature of man is ever seeking to express itself in terms of freedom, because freedom is the birthright of every living soul. #Quote by Ernest Holmes
Value Of Freedom quotes by Immanuel Kant
#36. Aristotle can be regarded as the father of logic. But his logic is too scholastic, full of subtleties, and fundamentally has not been of much value to the human understanding. It is a dialectic and an organon for the art of disputation. #Quote by Immanuel Kant
Value Of Freedom quotes by Bruce Sterling
#37. We're so intelligent now that we're too smart to survive. We're so well informed that we lost all sense of meaning. We know the price of everything, but we've lost all sense of value. We have everyone under surveillance, but we've lost all sense of shame. #Quote by Bruce Sterling
Value Of Freedom quotes by Mario Livio
#38. In other words, Birkhoff proposed a formula for the feeling of aesthetic value: M = O / C. The meaning of this formula is: For a given degree of complexity, the aesthetic measure is higher the more order the object possesses. Alternatively, if the amount of order is specified, the aesthetic measure is higher the less complex the object. Since for most practical purposes, the order is determined primarily by the symmetries of the object, Birkhoff's theory heralds symmetry as a crucial aesthetic element. #Quote by Mario Livio
Value Of Freedom quotes by David A. Aaker
#39. Branding adds spirit and a soul to what would otherwise be a robotic, automated, generic price-value proposition. If branding is ultimately about the creation of human meaning, it follows logically that it is the humans who must ultimately provide it. #Quote by David A. Aaker
Value Of Freedom quotes by Kenny Smith
#40. Human cultures are all experiments in trying to find a form that will fit the matter of our immediacy; but it is absolutely not the case that all such experiments are of equal merit or value. Some cultures - and modernity is patently one - have managed to transmute consciousness into the "disease" that Nietzsche called it, the self-affliction of a self-centeredness that has purged itself of all vestiges of wisdom and value. #Quote by Kenny Smith
Value Of Freedom quotes by Alice Walker
#41. The mountain of despair has dwindled, and the stone of hope has size and shape, and can be fondled by the eyes and by the hand. But freedom has always been an elusive tease, and in the very act of grabbing for it one can become shackled. #Quote by Alice Walker
Value Of Freedom quotes by Irena Klepfisz
#42. How do we work together? For if we want liberation for women, then we're committed to building a society in which these distances
of class and economics
dissolve, and all our authentic differences
cultures, personalities, sexualities, talents, and aspirations
emerge and are equally nourished. #Quote by Irena Klepfisz
Value Of Freedom quotes by Aqib Shah

Dear Agha Shahid ,
I am on my way towards the post office to send you a letter, I have written for you, but the barrel of gun is to my head. I am moments away from either posting you this letter or meeting you there in person to tell you that your country has a post office now, but what your country lacks is the people writing or reading those letters. #Quote by Aqib Shah
Value Of Freedom quotes by William J. Clinton
#44. Old or young, healthy as a horse or a person with a disability that hasn't kept you down, man or woman, Native American, native born, immigrant, straight or gay - whatever; the test ought to be I believe in the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence. I believe in religious liberty. I believe in freedom of speech. I believe in working hard and playing by the rules. I'm showing up for work tomorrow. I'm building that bridge to the 21st century. That ought to be the test. #Quote by William J. Clinton
Value Of Freedom quotes by Herbert Hoover
#45. It [freedom] is a thing of the spirit. Men must be free to worship, to think, to hold opinions, to speak without fear. They must be free to challenge wrong and oppression with the surety of justice. #Quote by Herbert Hoover
Value Of Freedom quotes by David Korten
#46. Living capital, which has the special capacity to continuously regenerate itself, is ultimately the source of all real wealth. To destroy it for money, a simple number with no intrinsic value, is an act of collective insanity - which makes capitalism a mental, as well as physical pathology. #Quote by David Korten
Value Of Freedom quotes by Nicole Bonomi
#47. YOUR WORDS ARE SEEDS. You have the choice to speak life or death. Your words have a nucleus.

They can be magnificent co creations with angels, producing mind silk. Or, they can be the polymers of plastic sheets, suffocating the earth one square inch at a time. #Quote by Nicole Bonomi
Value Of Freedom quotes by Arthur Henderson
#48. Thus, the struggle for peace includes the struggle for freedom and justice for the masses of all countries. #Quote by Arthur Henderson
Value Of Freedom quotes by Lady Gaga
#49. Only value the opinion of those that you respect. And anyone that you don't respect, pay no mind to their opinion about you or anything else. #Quote by Lady Gaga
Value Of Freedom quotes by Bayard Rustin
#50. If administration actions are not to mock its own rhetoric, the President must now take the lead in mobilizing public opinion behind a new resolve to meet the crisis in our cities. He should now put before Congress a National Emergency Public Works and Reconstruction bill aimed at building housing for homeless victims of the riot-torn ghettos, repairing damaged public facilities, and in the process generating maximum employment opportunities for unskilled and semiskilled workers. Such a bill should be the first step in the imperative reconstruction of all our decaying center cities.

Admittedly, the prospects for passage of such a bill in the present Congress are dismal. Congressmen will cry out that the rioters must not be re-warded, thereby further penalizing the very victims of the riots. This, after all, is a Congress capable of defeating a meager $40 million rat extermination program the same week it votes $10 million for an aquarium in the District of Columbia!

But the vindictive racial meanness that has descended upon this Congress, already dominated by the revived coalition of Republicans and Dixiecrats, must be challenged - not accommodated. The President must go directly to the people, as Harry Truman did in 1948. He must go to them, not with slogans, but with a timetable for tearing down every slum in the country.

There can be no further delay. The daydreamers and utopians are not those of us who have prepared massive Freedom Budg #Quote by Bayard Rustin
Value Of Freedom quotes by Harry Frankfurt
#51. It is only because a person has volitions of the second order that he is capable both of enjoying and of lacking freedom of the will. #Quote by Harry Frankfurt

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