We need to reach that happy stage of our development when differences and diversity are not seen as sources of division and distrust, but of strength and inspiration.
By : Josefa Iloilo
The education of my brother and myself was of paramount importance to my parents, and in addition to their strong encouragement, they were prepared to make any sacrifice to further our intellectual development.
By : Jerome Isaac Friedman
Approach the game with no preset agendas and you'll probably come away surprised at your overall efforts.
By : Phil Jackson
Religion in its humility restores man to his only dignity, the courage to live by grace.
By : George Santayana
Now, twenty years old, I come out and I go back to Greenwich Village. Now, of course, I'm a wealthy man.
By : Gregory Corso
There is no one right now in my judgment that can unite the Black electorate in such a way to present our agenda to a nominee to have them forthrightly address our concerns.
By : Louis Farrakhan
I came into the Agency with a set of ideas and attitudes that were quite typical of people coming into the Agency at that time. You could call it liberal anti-communism.
By : Aldrich Ames
I completed the first three years of primary school in one year and was admitted to the local school the age of six directly into the fourth year, some two years younger than all my contemporaries.
By : Sydney Brenner
What we bring to the table is not only our 56 field offices in the United States and our number of resident agencies, but also we have 45 legal attaches overseas.
By : Robert Mueller
Any reviewer who expresses rage and loathing for a novel is preposterous. He or she is like a person who has put on full armor and attacked a hot fudge sundae.
By : Kurt Vonnegut
The effort to understand the universe is one of the very few things that lifts human life a little above the level of farce, and gives it some of the grace of tragedy.
By : Steven Weinberg
I find it inconceivable that we're meeting for five and a half days, and there isn't one moment on the agenda to deal with the greatest crisis we've ever had in the church since 1789.
By : Roger Mahony