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1.03 - On Children
children

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children ::: pl. --> of Child ::: n. --> pl. of Child.

children ::: pl. --> of Child ::: n. --> pl. of Child.

children were sacrificed. He has been equated with

children), Af (over men), Hemah (over domestic

Children of Heaven—in Enoch I, the children

children of Heaven, and none their equal among

children's literature: Literature targeted at children.


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   7 Isabel Wilkerson
   7 Homer
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   7 Gustave Flaubert
   7 Geraldine Brooks
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   7 Gail Collins
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   7 Freeman Dyson
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   7 Elisabeth Kubler Ross
   7 Eliezer Yudkowsky
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   7 Doug Stanhope
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   7 Charles Eisenstein
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   7 Brian Andreas
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   7 Ann Voskamp
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   7 Alfred Noyes
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   6 Rachel Hollis
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   6 Plutarch
   6 Philippe Falardeau
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   6 Paul Bloom
   6 Patrisse Khan Cullors
   6 Og Mandino
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   6 Natasha Wing
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   6 Moby
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   6 Michael Lewis
   6 Melissa Etheridge
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   6 Liya Kebede
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   6 Leonard Mlodinow
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   6 Ken Liu
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   6 Karen Armstrong
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   6 Jackie Kennedy
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   6 Glen Cook
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   6 Frederick Douglass
   6 Frans de Waal
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   6 Frances Hardinge
   6 Ewan McGregor
   6 Eva LaRue
   6 Esther M Friesner
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   6 Enid Blyton
   6 Emma Straub
   6 Emily Giffin
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   6 Elizabeth Bowen
   6 E E Cummings
   6 Edward Lear
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   6 Dorothy Day
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   6 Dolores Huerta
   6 Derrick A Bell
   6 Denzel Washington
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   6 Daniel J Levitin
   6 Colum McCann
   6 Christina Georgina Rossetti
   6 Christiane Northrup
   6 Chris Rock
   6 Chloe Benjamin
   6 Chelsea Handler
   6 Charlotte Sophia Kasl
   6 Charles Krauthammer
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   6 Caedmon
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   5 Sadhguru
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   5 Quentin Crisp
   5 Princess Diana
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   5 Nalini Singh
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   5 Marlee Matlin
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   5 Maggie Nelson
   5 Ludwig Wittgenstein
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   5 Lord Dunsany
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   5 Jami Attenberg
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   5 Holly Black
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   5 Hampton Sides
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   5 Ginnifer Goodwin
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   5 George Whitefield
   5 George H W Bush
   5 Gary Chapman
   5 Gabriel Cousens
   5 Franklin D Roosevelt
   5 Francesca Lia Block
   5 Evelyn Waugh
   5 Erik Erikson
   5 Elton John
   5 Elizabeth Moon
   5 Elias Lönnrot
   5 Elaine N Aron
   5 Eknath Easwaran
   5 Edward George Dyson
   5 Edna St. Vincent Millay
   5 Edna O Brien
   5 Edie Falco
   5 Duncan Campbell Scott
   5 Dr Seuss
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   5 Donald Barthelme
   5 Diana Gabaldon
   5 Derrick Jensen
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   5 Debra Anastasia
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   5 Dana Goldstein
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   5 Conn Iggulden
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   5 Conan O Brien
   5 Columba Bush
   5 Clay Aiken
   5 Clarence Darrow
   5 Cindy Crawford
   5 Christopher Morley
   5 Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
   5 Charlie Lovett
   5 Charlie Chaplin
   5 Charles M Blow
   5 Charles Darwin
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   5 Carrie Fisher
   5 Buchi Emecheta
   5 Bob Marley
   5 Blanche Lincoln
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   5 Bill Dedman
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   5 Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay
   5 Awdhesh Singh
   5 Astrid Lindgren
   5 A S Byatt
   5 Arthur Golden
   5 A N Wilson
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   5 Anthony Bourdain
   5 Ann Taylor
   5 Annie Proulx
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   5 Anna Campbell
   5 Angus Deaton
   5 Angela Thirkell
   5 Andy Garcia
   5 Andy Andrews
   5 Andrew Young
   5 Amy Tan
   5 Amelia Atwater Rhodes
   5 Allison Pearson
   5 Allen Ginsberg
   5 Ali Eckermann
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   5 Alexander Pope
   5 Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
   5 Alastair Reynolds
   5 Agha Shahid Ali
   5 Adriana Trigiani
   5 Adele Faber
   5 Adam Smith
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   4 Saki
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   4 Radclyffe Hall
   4 Quinn Loftis
   4 Quentin Tarantino
   4 Queen Victoria
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   4 Pablo Picasso
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1:If you marry the dharma, realizations will be your children. ~ Chamtrul Rinpoche,
2:Only those who are perfectly truthful can be my true children. ~ The Mother, Words Of The Mother II ,
3:Time is a game played beautifully by children. ~ Heraclitus,
4:I am not, I will not be.I have not, I will not have.This frightens all children,And kills fear in the wise. ~ Nagarjuna,
5:Don't just teach your children to read...Teach them to question what they read.Teach them to question everything. ~ George Carlin,
6:If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales. ~ Albert Einstein,
7:I am never far from those with faith, or even from those without it, though they do not see me. My children will always, always, be protected by my compassion. ~ Guru Rinpoche,
8:He [the child] does not despise real woods because he has read of enchanted woods: the reading makes all real woods a little enchanted. ~ C S Lewis, "On Three Ways of Writing for Children" (1952) ,
9:If you treat your children at home in the same way you treat your animals in the lab, your wife will scratch your eyes out. My wife ferociously warned me against experimenting on her babies. ~ Abraham Maslow,
10:Are we forming children who are only capable of learning what is already known? Or should we try to develop creative and innovative minds, capable of discovery from the preschool age on, throughout life? ~ Jean Piaget,
11:The natural man has to evolve himself into the divine Man; the sons of Death have to know themselves as the children of Immortality. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine The Progress to Knowledge - God,
12:We would like to be able to show the children pictorial representations of what life should be, but we still have not reached that stage, very far from it. Those films are yet to be made... ~ The Mother, On Education 1968,
13:The Way Of The Holy Fool ::: At the crossroads this year, after begging all day I lingered at the village temple. Children gather round me and whisper, "The crazy monk has come back to play." ~ Taigu Ryokan,
14:Each of us bears his punishment, fruit of a seed that’s forgotten;Each of us curses his neighbour protecting his heart with illusions:Therefore like children we blame each other and hate and are angry. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Collected Poems 5.1.01 - Ilion,
15:For those who use their intelligence and their study as a weapon, the Rosary is most effective. Because that apparently monotonous way of beseeching Our Lady as children do their Mother, can destroy every seed of vainglory and pride. ~ Saint Josemaria Escriva,
16:Who is worthy or unworthy in front of the Divine Grace? All are children of the one and the same Mother. Her love is equally spread over all of them. But to each one She gives according to his nature and receptivity. ~ The Mother, Words Of The Mother II ,
17:Children are nowhere taught, in any systematic way, to distinguish true from false, or meaningful from meaningless, statements. Why is this so? Because their elders, even in the democratic countries, do not want them to be given this kind of education. ~ Aldous Huxley,
18:To share the suffering of the world I came,I draw my children’s pangs into my breast.I am the nurse of the dolour beneath the stars;I am the soul of all who wailing writheUnder the ruthless harrow of the Gods. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri 07.04 - The Triple Soul-Forces,
19:Cyberspace is colonising what we used to think of as the real world. I think that our grandchildren will probably regard the distinction we make between what we call the real world and what they think of as simply the world as the quaintest and most incomprehensible thing about us. ~ William Gibson,
20:Only for you, children of doctrine and learning, have we written this work. Examine this book, ponder the meaning we have dispersed in various places and gathered again; what we have concealed in one place we have disclosed in another, that it may be understood by your wisdom. ~ Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa,
21:Children of Immortality, gods who are joyous for ever,Rapture is ours and eternity measures our lives by his aeons.For we desireless toil who have joy in the fall as the triumph,Knowledge eternal possessing we work for an end that is destinedL ~ Sri Aurobindo, Collected Poems 5.1.01 - Ilion,
22:In attempting to construct such machines we should not be irreverently usurping His power of creating souls, any more than we are in the procreation of children: rather we are, in either case, instruments of His will providing mansions for the souls that He creates. ~ Alan Turing, Computing Machinery and Intelligence ,
23:Mother-EarthWho but the fool and improvident, who but the dreamer and madmanLeaves for the far and ungrasped earth’s close and provident labour?Children of earth, our mother gives tokens, she lays down her signposts,Step by step to advance on her bosom, to g ~ Sri Aurobindo, Collected Poems 5.1.01 - Ilion,
24:Suffering is the food of our strength and torture the bliss of our entrails.We are pitiless, mighty and glad, the gods fear our laughter inhuman.Our hearts are heroic and hard; we wear the belt of Orion:Our will has the edge of the thunderbolt, o ~ Sri Aurobindo, Collected Poems The Children of Wotan,
25:We are the javelins of Destiny, we are the children of Wotan,We are the human Titans, the supermen dreamed by the sage.A cross of the beast and demoniac with the godhead of power and will,We were born in humanity’s sunset, to the Night is our pil ~ Sri Aurobindo, Collected Poems The Children of Wotan,
26:In attempting to construct such (artificially intelligent) machines we should not be irreverently usurping His (God's) power of creating souls, any more than we are in the procreation of children,' Turing had advised. 'Rather we are, in either case, instruments of His will providing mansions for the souls that He creates. ~ Alan Turing,
27:There is an old, old story about a theologian who was asked to reconcile the Doctrine of Divine Mercy with the doctrine of infant damnation. 'The Almighty,' he explained, 'finds it necessary to do things in His official and public capacity which in His private and personal capacity He deplores. ~ Robert Heinlein, Methuselah's Children. ,
28:They were bewildered, unhappy children-he thought-all of them, even his mother, and he was foolish to resent their ineptitude; it came from their helplessness, not from malice. It was he who had to make himself learn to understand them, since he had so much to give, since they could never share his sense of joyous, boundless power. ~ Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged ,
29:Children will always be afraid of the dark, and men with minds sensitive to hereditary impulse will always tremble at the thought of the hidden and fathomless worlds of strange life which may pulsate in the gulfs beyond the stars, or press hideously upon our own globe in unholy dimensions which only the dead and the moonstruck can glimpse. ~ H. P. Lovecraft, Supernatural Horror in Literature ,
30:When we love a person, we love all that belongs to him; we extend to the children the affection we feel for the parent. Now every Soul is a daughter of the [Godhead]. How can this world be separated from the spiritual world? Those who despise what is so nearly akin to the spiritual world, prove that they know nothing of the spiritual world, except in name. ~ Ken Wilber, Sex Ecology Spirituality ,
31:Cyberspace. A consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions of legitimate operators, in every nation, by children being taught mathematical concepts... A graphic representation of data abstracted from banks of every computer in the human system. Unthinkable complexity. Lines of light ranged in the nonspace of the mind, clusters and constellations of data. Like city lights, receding... ~ William Gibson,
32:When speaking to parents, I encourage them to take their child(ren) to a children's museum and watch carefully what the child does, how she/she does it, what he/she returns to, where there is definite growth. Teachers could do the same or could set up 'play areas' which provide 'nutrition' for different intelligences... and watch carefully what happens and what does not happen with each child. ~ Howard Gardner,
33:Activities are endless, like ripples on a stream. They end only when you drop them.Human moods are like the changing highlights and shadows on a sunlit mountain range.All activities are like the games children play, like castles being made of sand.View them with delight and equanimity, like grandparents overseeing their grandchildren, or a shepherd resting on a hill watching over his grazing flock. ~ Nyoshul Khen Rinpoche,
34:The Gita has laid it down from the beginning that the very first precondition of the divine birth, the higher existence is the slaying of rajasic desire and its children, and that means the exclusion of sin. Sin is the working of the lower nature for the crude satisfaction of its own ignorant, dull or violent rajasic and tamasic propensities in revolt against any high self-control and self-mastery of the nature by the spirit. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Essays On The Gita ,
35:And it shall also be a sign of the teacher of the integral Yoga that he does not arrogate to himself Guruhood in a humanly vain and self-exalting spirit. His work, if he has one, is a trust from above, he himself a channel, a vessel or a representative. He is a man helping his brothers, a child leading children, a Light kindling other lights, an awakened Soul awakening souls, at highest a Power or Presence of the Divine calling to him other powers of the Divine. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga 1.01 - The Four Aids,
36:Mother, Some people criticise the fact that we have too many rules in our physical education and that we impose too much discipline on the children. There can be no physical education without discipline. The body itself could not function without a strict discipline. Actually, the failure to recognise this fact is the principal cause of illness. Digestion, growth, blood-circulation, everything, everything is a discipline. Thought, movement, gestures, everything is a discipline, and if there is no discipline people immediately fall ill. ~ The Mother, On Education ,
37:Masturbation is not the happiest form of sexuality, but the most advisable for him who wants to be alone and think. I detect the aroma of this pleasant vice in most philosophers, and a happily married logicians is almost a contradiction in terms. So many sages have regarded Woman as temptress because fornication often leads to marriage, which usually leads to children, which always leads to a respectable job and pretending to believe the idiocies your neighbors believe. The hypocrisy of the sages has been to conceal their timid onanism and call it celibacy. ~ Robert Anton Wilson,
38:CheerfulnessONE AFTERNOON, in a large town in a rainy country, I saw seven or eight vehicles full of children. That morning, they had been taken into the country to play in the fields, but the bad weather had made them return home early in the rain.And yet they were singing, laughing and waving merrily to the passers-by.They had kept their cheerfulness in this gloomy weather. If one of them had felt sad, the songs of the others would have cheered him. And for the people hurrying by, who heard the children's laughter, it seemed that the sky had brightened for a moment. ~ The Mother, 189.html">CWM.html">189 ,
39:There are two ways to slide easily through life; to believe everything or doubt everything. Both ways save us from thinking. The majority take the line of least resistance, preferring to have their thinking done for them; they accept ready-made individual, private doctrines as their own and follow them more or less blindly. Every generation looks upon its own creeds as true and permanent and has a mingled smile of pity and contempt for the prejudices of the past. For two hundred or more generations of our historical past this attitude has been repeated two hundred or more times, and unless we are very careful our children will have the same attitude toward us. ~ Alfred Korzybski,
40:Your time is your life, and your life is your capital: by it you make your trade, and by it you will reach the eternal bounties in the proximity of Allah. Every single breath of yours is a priceless jewel, because it is irreplaceable; once it is gone, there is no return for it. So do not be like fools who rejoice each day as their wealth increases while their lives decrease. What good is there in wealth that increases while one's lifespan decreases?Do not rejoice except in an increase of knowledge or an increase of good works. Truly they are your two friends who will accompany you in your grave, when your spouse, your wealth, your children, and your friends will remain behind. ~ Abu Hamid al-Ghazali?,
41:Because children have abounding vitality,because they are in spirit fierce and free,therefore they want things repeated and unchanged.They always say, "Do it again";and the grown-up person does it againuntil he is nearly dead.For grown-up people are not strong enoughto exult in monotony.But perhaps God is strong enoughto exult in monotony.It is possible that God says every morning,"Do it again"to the sun; and every evening,"Do it again" to the moon.It may not be automatic necessitythat makes all daisies alike;it may be that God makes every daisy separately,but has never got tired of making them.It may be that He has the eternal appetite of infancy;for we have sinned and grown old,and our Father is younger than we." ~ G K Chesterton, Orthodoxy ,
42:I have said that from a young age children should be taught to respect good health, physical strength and balance. The great importance of beauty must also be emphasised. A young child should aspire for beauty, not for the sake of pleasing others or winning their admiration, but for the love of beauty itself; for beauty is the ideal which all physical life must realise. Every human being has the possibility of establishing harmony among the different parts of his body and in the various movements of the body in action. Every human body that undergoes a rational method of culture from the very beginning of its existence can realise its own harmony and thus become fit to manifest beauty. When we speak of the other aspects of an integral education, we shall see what inner conditions are to be fulfilled so that this beauty can one day be manifested. ~ The Mother, On Education 1.03 - Physical Education,
43:And He will judge and will forgive all, the good and the evil, the wise and the meek . . . And when He has done with all of them, then He will summon us. 'You too come forth,' He will say, 'Come forth ye drunkards, come forth, ye weak ones, come forth, ye children of shame!' And we shall all come forth, without shame and shall stand before him. And He will say unto us, 'Ye are swine, made in the Image of the Beast and with his mark; but come ye also!' And the wise ones and those of understanding will say, 'Oh Lord, why dost Thou receive these men?' And He will say, 'This is why I receive them, oh ye wise, this is why I receive them, oh ye of understanding, that not one of them believed himself to be worthy of this.' And He will hold out His hands to us and we shall fall down before him . . . and we shall weep . . . and we shall understand all things! Then we shall understand everything! . . . and all will understand ~ Fyodor Dostoevsky,
44:When ye look at me I am an idle, idle man; when I look at myself I am a busy, busy man. Since upon the plain of uncreated infinity I am building, building the tower of ecstasy, I have no time for building houses. Since upon the steppe of the void of truth I am breaking, breaking the savage fetter of suffering, I have no time for ploughing family land. Since at the bourn of unity ineffable I am subduing, subduing the demon-foe of self, I have no time for subduing angry foe-men. Since in the palace of mind which transcends duality I am waiting, waiting for spiritual experience as my bride, I have no time for setting up house. Since in the circle of the Buddhas of my body I am fostering, fostering the child of wisdom, I have no time for fostering snivelling children. Since in the frame of the body, the seat of all delight, I am saving, saving precious instruction and reflection, I have no time for saving wordly wealth. ~ Jetsun Milarepa, Songs of Milarepa ,
45:Influence is more important than example. Influence is not the outward authority of the Teacher over his disciple, but the power of his contact, of his presence, of the nearness of his soul to the soul of another, infusing into it, even though in silence, that which he himself is and possesses. This is the supreme sign of the Master. For the greatest Master is much less a Teacher than a Presence pouring the divine consciousness and its constituting light and power and purity and bliss into all who are receptive around him. And it shall also be a sign of the teacher of the integral Yoga that he does not arrogate to himself Guruhood in a humanly vain and self-exalting spirit. His work, if he has one, is a trust from above, he himself a channel, a vessel or a representative. He is a man helping his brothers, a child leading children, a Light kindling other lights, an awakened Soul awakening souls, at highest a Power or Presence of the Divine calling to him other ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga ,
46:Yet not for tyrant wrong nor to serve as a sword for our passionsZeus created our strength, but that earth might have help from her children.Not of our moulding its gifts to our soul nor were formed by our labour!When did we make them, where were ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga 3.02 - The Motives of Devotion,
47:Only by our coming into constant touch with the divine Consciousness and its absolute Truth can some form of the conscious Divine, the dynamic Absolute, take up our earth-existence and transform its strife, stumbling, sufferings and falsities into an image of the supreme Light, Power and Ananda. The culmination of the soul's constant touch with the Supreme is that self-giving which we call surrender to the divine Will and immergence of the separated ego in the One who is all. A vast universality of soul and an intense unity with all is the base and fixed condition of the supramental consciousness and spiritual life. In that universality and unity alone can we find the supreme law of the divine manifestation in the life of the embodied spirit; in that alone can we discover the supreme motion and right play of our individual nature. In that alone can all these lower discords resolve themselves into a victorious harmony of the true relations between manifested beings who are portions of the one Godhead and children of one universal Mother. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga 1.07 - Standards of Conduct and Spiritual Freedom,
48:From what we've seen in sci-fi movies and literature and generally xenophobic public behavior about Others (immigrants, apostates, and liberals, e.g.,), and the primordial urges to solve imagined or perceived threats with military force, I think the only possibly positive version of alien visitations would be if (a) they're sufficiently evolved to be able to understand the utter primitivity of human behavior as collectives, and (b) they're sufficiently caring to treat Earth as a planet of ill-bred children, mostly incapable of acting, as a collective -- on their higher natures. It seems far more likely that we would be perceived as a vastly inferior species of antlike primitives, warring uselessly amongst ourselves with robotic persistence over millennia.If, based on their other cosmic travels and intergalactic species science, the extraterrestrials are able to have undeservedly benign interventions with humans without somehow provoking paranoid hysteria, religious panics and miitary holocaust, then we might have something to look forward to; but this, unfortunately, is placing a huge gamble on extraterrestrials to be the prevailingly benign moderators of our fate than we ourselves are ever likely to be as a species. ~ Fred Hosea,
49:When I was a child of about thirteen, for nearly a year every night as soon as I had gone to bed it seemed to me that I went out of my body and rose straight up above the house, then above the city, very high above. Then I used to see myself clad in a magnificent golden robe, much longer than myself; and as I rose higher, the robe would stretch, spreading out in a circle around me to form a kind of immense roof over the city. Then I would see men, women, children, old men, the sick, the unfortunate coming out from every side; they would gather under the outspread robe, begging for help, telling of their miseries, their suffering, their hardships. In reply, the robe, supple and alive, would extend towards each one of them individually, and as soon as they had touched it, they were comforted or healed, and went back into their bodies happier and stronger than they had come out of them. Nothing seemed more beautiful to me, nothing could make me happier; and all the activities of the day seemed dull and colourless and without any real life, beside this activity of the night which was the true life for me. Often while I was rising up in this way, I used to see at my left an old man, silent and still, who looked at me with kindly affection and encouraged me by his presence. This old man, dressed in a long dark purple robe, was the personification-as I came to know later-of him who is called the Man of Sorrows. ~ The Mother, Prayers And Meditations ,
50:The whole history of mankind and especially the present condition of the world unite in showing that far from being merely hypothetical, the case supposed has always been actual and is actual to-day on a vaster scale than ever before. My contention is that while progress in some of the great matters of human concern has been long proceeding in accordance with the law of a rapidly increasing geometric progression, progress in the other matters of no less importance has advanced only at the rate of an arithmetical progression or at best at the rate of some geometric progression of relatively slow growth. To see it and to understand it we have to pay the small price of a little observation and a little meditation. Some technological invention is made, like that of a steam engine or a printing press, for example; or some discovery of scientific method, like that of analytical geometry or the infinitesimal calculus; or some discovery of natural law, like that of falling bodies or the Newtonian law of gravitation. What happens? What is the effect upon the progress of knowledge and invention? The effect is stimulation. Each invention leads to new inventions and each discovery to new discoveries; invention breeds invention, science begets science, the children of knowledge produce their kind in larger and larger families; the process goes on from decade to decade, from generation to generation, and the spectacle we behold is that of advancement in scientific knowledge and technological power according to the law and rate of a rapidly increasing geometric progression or logarithmic function. ~ Alfred Korzybski, Manhood of Humanity ,
51:The Song Of View, Practice, And Action :::Oh, my Guru! The Exemplar of the View, Practice, and Action, Pray vouchsafe me your grace, and enable me To be absorbed in the realm of Self-nature! For the View, Practice, Action, and Accomplishment There are three Key-points you should know: All the manifestation, the Universe itself, is contained in the mind; The nature of Mind is the realm of illumination Which can neither be conceived nor touched. These are the Key-points of the View. Errant thoughts are liberated in the Dharmakaya; The awareness, the illumination, is always blissful; Meditate in a manner of non-doing and non-effort. These are the Key-points of Practice. In the action of naturalness The Ten Virtues spontaneously grow; All the Ten Vices are thus purified. By corrections or remedies The Illuminating Void is ne'er disturbed. These are the Key-points of Action. There is no Nivana to attain beyond; There is no Samsara here to renounce; Truly to know the Self-mind It is to be the Buddha Himself. These are the Key-points of Accomplishment. Reduce inwardly the Three Key-points to One. This One is the Void Nature of Being, Which only a wondrous Guru Can clearly illustrate. Much activity is of no avail; If one sees the Simultaneously Born Wisdom, He reaches the goal. For all practioners of Dharma The preaching is a precious gem; It is my direct experience from yogic meditation. Think carefully and bear it in your minds, Oh, my children and disciples. ~ Jetsun Milarepa,
52:Why do some children take interest in things only when there is some excitement? They are tamasic. It is due to the large proportion of tamas in their nature. The more tamasic one is, the more does one need something violent and exciting circumstances. When the physical is tamasic, unless one eats spices and highly flavoured food, one does not feel nourished. And yet these are poisons. They act exactly like poison on the nerves. They do not nourish. But it is because people are tamasic, because their body's consciousness is not sufficiently developed. Well, mentally it is the same thing, vitally the same thing. If they are tamasic, they always need new excitements, dramas, murders, suicides, etc. to feel anything at all, otherwise.... And there is nothing, nothing that makes one more wicked and cruel than tamas. For it is this need of excitement which shakes you up a little, makes you come out of yourself. And one must also learn, there, to distinguish between those who are exclusively tamasic and those who are mixed, and those who are struggling within themselves with their different parts. One can, one must know in what proportion their nature is constituted, so as to be able to insist at need on one thing or another. Some people constantly need a whipping from life in order to move, otherwise they would spend their time sleeping. Others, on the contrary, need soothing things, silence, a retreat in the country-side - all things that do a lot of good but which must disappear as soon as one needs to make an effort for progress or to realise something or struggle against a defect, conquer an obstacle.... It is complicated, don't you think so? ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1953 ,
53:Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have governed my life: the longing for love, the search for knowledge, and unbearable pity for the suffering of mankind. These passions, like great winds, have blown me hither and thither, in a wayward course, over a great ocean of anguish, reaching to the very verge of despair. I have sought love, first, because it brings ecstasy - ecstasy so great that I would often have sacrificed all the rest of life for a few hours of this joy. I have sought it, next, because it relieves loneliness--that terrible loneliness in which one shivering consciousness looks over the rim of the world into the cold unfathomable lifeless abyss. I have sought it finally, because in the union of love I have seen, in a mystic miniature, the prefiguring vision of the heaven that saints and poets have imagined. This is what I sought, and though it might seem too good for human life, this is what--at last--I have found. With equal passion I have sought knowledge. I have wished to understand the hearts of men. I have wished to know why the stars shine. And I have tried to apprehend the Pythagorean power by which number holds sway above the flux. A little of this, but not much, I have achieved. Love and knowledge, so far as they were possible, led upward toward the heavens. But always pity brought me back to earth. Echoes of cries of pain reverberate in my heart. Children in famine, victims tortured by oppressors, helpless old people a burden to their sons, and the whole world of loneliness, poverty, and pain make a mockery of what human life should be. I long to alleviate this evil, but I cannot, and I too suffer. This has been my life. I have found it worth living, and would gladly live it again if the chance were offered me. ~ Bertrand Russell,
54:Response To A Logician :::I bow at the feet of my teacher Marpa. And sing this song in response to you. Listen, pay heed to what I say, forget your critique for a while. The best seeing is the way of "nonseeing" the radiance of the mind itself. The best prize is what cannot be looked for the priceless treasure of the mind itself. The most nourishing food is "noneating" the transcendent food of samadhi. The most thirst-quenching drink is "nondrinking" the nectar of heartfelt compassion. Oh, this self-realizing awareness is beyond words and description! The mind is not the world of children, nor is it that of logicians. Attaining the truth of "nonattainment," you receive the highest initiation. Perceiving the void of high and low, you reach the sublime stage. Approaching the truth of "nonmovement," you follow the supreme path. Knowing the end of birth and death, the ultimate purpose is fulfilled. Seeing the emptiness of reason, supreme logic is perfected. When you know that great and small are groundless, you have entered the highest gateway. Comprehending beyond good and evil opens the way to perfect skill. Experiencing the dissolution of duality, you embrace the highest view. Observing the truth of "nonobservation" opens the way to meditating. Comprehending beyond "ought" and "oughtn't" opens the way to perfect action. When you realize the truth of "noneffort," you are approaching the highest fruition. Ignorant are those who lack this truth: arrogant teachers inflated by learning, scholars bewitched by mere words, and yogis seduced by prejudice. For though they yearn for freedom, they find only enslavement. ~ Jetsun Milarepa,
55:It doesnt interest me what you do for a living. I want to know what you ache for, and if you dare to dream of meeting your hearts longing. It doesnt interest me how old you are. I want to know if you will risk looking like a fool for love, for your dream, for the adventure of being alive. It doesnt interest me what planets are squaring your moon. I want to know if you have touched the center of your own sorrow, if you have been opened by lifes betrayals or have become shriveled and closed from fear of further pain!I want to know if you can sit with pain, mine or your own, without moving to hide it or fade it, or fix it. I want to know if you can be with joy, mine or your own, if you can dance with wildness and let the ecstasy fill you to the tips of your fingers and toes without cautioning us to be careful, to be realistic, to remember the limitations of being human. It doesnt interest me if the story you are telling me is true. I want to know if you can disappoint another to be true to yourself; if you can bear the accusation of betrayal and not betray your own soul; if you can be faithlessand therefore trustworthy. I want to know if you can see beauty even when its not pretty, every day,and if you can source your own life from its presence. I want to know if you can live with failure, yours and mine, and still stand on the edge of the lake and shout to the silver of the full moon, Yes! It doesnt interest me to know where you live or how much money you have. I want to know if you can get up, after the night of grief and despair, weary and bruised to the bone, and do what needs to be done to feed the children. It doesnt interest me who you know or how you came to be here. I want to know if you will stand in the center of the fire with me and not shrink back. It doesnt interest me where or what or with whom you have studied. I want to know what sustains you, from the inside, when all else falls away. I want to know if you can be alone with yourself and if you truly like the company you keep in the empty moments. ~ Oriah Mountain Dreamer,
56:Imperial Maheshwari is seated in the wideness above the thinking mind and will and sublimates and greatens them into wisdom and largeness or floods with a splendour beyond them. For she is the mighty and wise One who opens us to supramental infinities and the cosmic vastness, to the grandeur of the supreme Light, to a treasure-house of miraculous knowledge, to the measureless movement of the Mother's eternal forces. Tranquil is she and wonderful, great and calm for ever. Nothing can move her because all wisdom is in her; nothing is hidden from her that she chooses to know; she comprehends all things and all beings and their nature and what moves them and the law of the world and its times and how all was and is and must be. A strength is in her that meets everything and masters and none can prevail in the end against her vast intangible wisdom and high tranquil power. Equal, patient, unalterable in her will she deals with men according to their nature and with things and happenings according to their Force and truth that is in them. Partiality she has none, but she follows the decrees of the Supreme and some she raises up and some she casts down or puts away into the darkness. To the wise she gives a greater and more luminous wisdom; those that have vision she admits to her counsels; on the hostile she imposes the consequence of their hostility; the ignorant and foolish she leads them according to their blindness. In each man she answers and handles the different elements of his nature according to their need and their urge and the return they call for, puts on them the required pressure or leaves them to their cherished liberty to prosper in the ways of the Ignorance or to perish. For she is above all, bound by nothing, attached to nothing in the universe. Yet she has more than any other the heart of the universal Mother. For her compassion is endless and inexhaustible; all are to her eyes her children and portions of the One, even the Asura and Rakshasa and Pisacha and those that are revolted and hostile. Even her rejections are only a postponement, even her punishments are a grace. But her compassion does not blind her wisdom or turn her action from the course decreed; for the Truth of things is her one concern, knowledge her centre of power and to build our soul and our nature into the divine Truth her mission and her labour. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Mother With Letters On The Mother game test3,
57:Fundamentally, whatever be the path one follows - whe- ther the path of surrender, consecration, knowledge-if one wants it to be perfect, it is always equally difficult, and there is but one way, one only, I know of only one: that is perfect sincerity, but perfect sincerity!Do you know what perfect sincerity is?...Never to try to deceive oneself, never let any part of the being try to find out a way of convincing the others, never to explain favourably what one does in order to have an excuse for what one wants to do, never to close one's eyes when something is unpleasant, never to let anything pass, telling oneself, "That is not important, next time it will be better."Oh! It is very difficult. Just try for one hour and you will see how very difficult it is. Only one hour, to be totally, absolutely sincere. To let nothing pass. That is, all one does, all one feels, all one thinks, all one wants, is exclusively the Divine."I want nothing but the Divine, I think of nothing but the Divine, I do nothing but what will lead me to the Divine, I love nothing but the Divine."Try - try, just to see, try for half an hour, you will see how difficult it is! And during that time take great care that there isn't a part of the vital or a part of the mind or a part of the physical being nicely hidden there, at the back, so that you don't see it (Mother hides her hands behind her back) and don't notice that it is not collaborating - sitting quietly there so that you don't unearth it... it says nothing, but it does not change, it hides itself. How many such parts! How many parts hide themselves! You put them in your pocket because you don't want to see them or else they get behind your back and sit there well-hidden, right in the middle of your back, so as not to be seen. When you go there with your torch - your torch of sincerity - you ferret out all the corners, everywhere, all the small corners which do not consent, the things which say "No" or those which do not move: "I am not going to budge. I am glued to this place of mine and nothing will make me move."... You have a torch there with you, and you flash it upon the thing, upon everything. You will see there are many of them there, behind your back, well stuck.Try, just for an hour, try!No more questions?Nobody has anything to say? Then, au revoir, my children! ~ The Mother, Question and Answers Volume-6,
58:When one is bored, Mother, does that mean one does not progress? At that time, yes, certainly without a doubt; not only does one not progress, but one misses an opportunity for progressing. There was a concurrence of circumstances which seemed to you dull, boring, stupid and you were in their midst; well, if you get bored, it means that you yourself are as boring as the circumstances! And that is a clear proof that you are simply not in a state of progress. There is nothing more contrary to the very reason of existence than this passing wave of boredom. If you make a little effort within yourself at that time, if you tell yourself: "Wait a bit, what is it that I should learn? What does all that bring to me so that I may learn something? What progress should I make in overcoming myself? What is the weakness that I must overcome? What is the inertia that I must conquer?" If you say that to yourself, you will see the next minute you are no longer bored. You will immediately get interested and you will make progress! This is a commonplace of consciousness. And then, you know, most people when they get bored, instead of trying to rise a step higher, descend a step lower, they become still worse than what they were, and they do all the stupid things that others do, go in for all the vulgarities, all the meannesses, everything, in order to amuse themselves. They get intoxicated, take poison, ruin their health, ruin their brain, they utter crudities. They do all that because they are bored. Well, if instead of going down, one had risen up, one would have profited by the circumstances. Instead of profiting, one falls a little lower yet than where one was. When people get a big blow in their life, some misfortune (what men call "misfortune", there are people who do have misfortunes), the first thing they try to do is to forget it - as though one did not forget quickly enough! And to forget, they do anything whatsoever. When there is something painful, they want to distract themselves - what they call distraction, that is, doing stupid things, that is to say, going down in their consciousness, going down a little instead of rising up.... Has something extremely painful happened to you, something very grievous? Do not become stupefied, do not seek forgetfulness, do not go down into the inconscience; you must go to the end and find the light that is behind, the truth, the force and the joy; and for that you must be strong and refuse to slide down. But that we shall see a little later, my children, when you will be a little older. ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1953 Talks 026-050,
59:This is true in a general way; when those born scattered over the world at great distances from one another are driven by circumstances or by an impulsion to come and gather here, it is almost always because they have met in one life or another (not all in the same life) and because their psychic being has felt that they belonged to the same family; so they have taken an inner vow to continue to act together and collaborate. That is why even though they are born far from one another, there is something which compels them to come together; it is the psychic being, the psychic consciousness that is behind. And only to the extent the psychic consciousness is strong enough to order and organise the circumstances or the life, that is, strong enough not to allow itself to be opposed by outside forces, outside life movements, can people meet.It is profoundly true in reality; there are large "families of beings" who work for the same cause, who have gathered in more or less large numbers and who come in groups as it were. It is as though at certain times there were awakenings in the psychic world, as though lots of little sleeping children were being called to wake up: "It is time, quick, quick, go down!" And they hurry down. And sometimes they do not drop at the same place, they are dispersed, yet there is something within which troubles them, pushes them; for one reason or another they are drawn close and that brings them together. But it is something deep in the being, something that is not at all on the surface; otherwise, even if people met they would not perhaps become aware of the bond. People meet and recognise each other only to the extent they become conscious of their psychic being, obey their psychic being, are guided by it; otherwise there is all that comes in to oppose it, all that veils, all that stupefies, all those obstacles to prevent you from finding yourself in your depths and being able to collaborate truly in the work. You are tossed about by the forces of Nature.There is only one solution, to find your psychic being and once it is found to cling to it desperately, to let it guide you step by step whatever be the obstacle. That is the only solution. All this I did not write but I explained it to that lady. She had put to me the question: "How did I happen to come here?" I told her that it was certainly not for reasons of the external consciousness, it was something in her inner being that had pushed her. Only the awakening was not strong enough to overcome all the rest and she returned to the ordinary life for very ordinary reasons of living. ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1953 ,
60:The Teacher of the integral Yoga will follow as far as he may the method of the Teacher within us. He will lead the disciple through the nature of the disciple. Teaching, example, influence, - these are the three instruments of the Guru. But the wise Teacher will not seek to impose himself or his opinions on the passive acceptance of the receptive mind; he will throw in only what is productive and sure as a seed which will grow under the divine fostering within. He will seek to awaken much more than to instruct; he will aim at the growth of the faculties and the experiences by a natural process and free expansion. He will give a method as an aid, as a utilisable device, not as an imperative formula or a fixed routine. And he will be on his guard against any turning of the means into a limitation, against the mechanising of process. His whole business is to awaken the divine light and set working the divine force of which he himself is only a means and an aid, a body or a channel.The example is more powerful than the instruction; but it is not the example of the outward acts nor that of the personal character which is of most importance. These have their place and their utility; but what will most stimulate aspiration in others is the central fact of the divine realisation within him governing his whole life and inner state and all his activities. This is the universal and essential element; the rest belongs to individual person and circumstance. It is this dynamic realisation that the sadhaka must feel and reproduce in himself according to his own nature; he need not strive after an imitation from outside which may well be sterilising rather than productive of right and natural fruits.Influence is more important than example. Influence is not the outward authority of the Teacher over his disciple, but the power of his contact, of his presence, of the nearness of his soul to the soul of another, infusing into it, even though in silence, that which he himself is and possesses. This is the supreme sign of the Master. For the greatest Master is much less a Teacher than a Presence pouring the divine consciousness and its constituting light and power and purity and bliss into all who are receptive around him.And it shall also be a sign of the teacher of the integral Yoga that he does not arrogate to himself Guruhood in a humanly vain and self-exalting spirit. His work, if he has one, is a trust from above, he himself a channel, a vessel or a representative. He is a man helping his brothers, a child leading children, a Light kindling other lights, an awakened Soul awakening souls, at highest a Power or Presence of the Divine calling to him other powers of the Divine. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis of Yoga ,
61:Mother of Dreams ::: Goddess supreme, Mother of Dream, by thy ivory doors when thou standest,Who are they then that come down unto men in thy visions that troop, group upon group, down the path of the shadows slanting?Dream after dream, they flash and they gleam with the flame of the stars still around them;Shadows at thy side in a darkness ride where the wild fires dance, stars glow and glance and the random meteor glistens;There are voices that cry to their kin who reply; voices sweet, at the heart they beat and ravish the soul as it listens.What then are these lands and these golden sands and these seas more radiant than earth can imagine?Who are those that pace by the purple waves that race to the cliff-bound floor of thy jasper shore under skies in which mystery muses,Lapped in moonlight not of our night or plunged in sunshine that is not diurnal?Who are they coming thy Oceans roaming with sails whose strands are not made by hands, an unearthly wind advances?Why do they join in a mystic line with those on the sands linking hands in strange and stately dances?Thou in the air, with a flame in thy hair, the whirl of thy wonders watching,Holdest the night in thy ancient right, Mother divine, hyacinthine, with a girdle of beauty defended.Sworded with fire, attracting desire, thy tenebrous kingdom thou keepest,Starry-sweet, with the moon at thy feet, now hidden now seen the clouds between in the gloom and the drift of thy tresses.Only to those whom thy fancy chose, O thou heart-free, is it given to see thy witchcraft and feel thy caresses.Open the gate where thy children wait in their world of a beauty undarkened.High-throned on a cloud, victorious, proud I have espied Maghavan ride when the armies of wind are behind him;Food has been given for my tasting from heaven and fruit of immortal sweetness;I have drunk wine of the kingdoms divine and have healed the change of music strange from a lyre which our hands cannot master,Doors have swung wide in the chambers of pride where the Gods reside and the Apsaras dance in their circles faster and faster.For thou art she whom we first can see when we pass the bounds of the mortal;There at the gates of the heavenly states thou hast planted thy wand enchanted over the head of the Yogin waving.From thee are the dream and the shadows that seem and the fugitive lights that delude us;Thine is the shade in which visions are made; sped by thy hands from celestial lands come the souls that rejoice for ever.Into thy dream-worlds we pass or look in thy magic glass, then beyond thee we climb out of Space and Time to the peak of divine endeavour. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Collected Poems ,
62:Mother, suffering comes from ignorance and pain, but what is the nature of the suffering and pain the Divine Mother feels for her children-the Divine Mother in Savitri?It is because she participates in their nature. She has descended upon earth to participate in their nature. Because if she did not participate in their nature, she could not lead them farther. If she remained in her supreme consciousness where there is no suffering, in her supreme knowledge and consciousness, she could not have any contact with human beings. And it is for this that she is obliged to take on the human consciousness and form, it is to be able to enter into contact with them. Only, she does not forget: she has adopted their consciousness but she remains in relation with her own real, supreme consciousness. And thus, by joining the two, she can make those who are in that other consciousness progress. But if she did not adopt their consciousness, if she did not suffer with their sorrow, she could not help them. Hers is not a suffering of ignorance: it is a suffering through identity. It is because she has accepted to have the same vibrations as they, in order to be able to enter into contact with them and pull them out of the state they are in. If she did not enter into contact with them, she would not be felt at all or no one could bear her radiance.... This has been said in all kinds of forms, in all kinds of religions, and they have spoken very often of the divine Sacrifice, but from a certain point of view it is true. It is a voluntary sacrifice, but it is true: giving up a state of perfect consciousness, perfect bliss, perfect power in order to accept the state of ignorance of the outer world so as to pull it out of that ignorance. If this state were not accepted, there would be no contact with it. No relation would be possible. And this is the reason of the incarnations. Otherwise, there would be no necessity. If the divine consciousness and divine force could work directly from the place or state of their perfection, if they could work directly on matter and transform it, there would be no need to take a body like man's. It would have been enough to act from the world of Truth with the perfect consciousness and upon consciousness. In fact that acts perhaps but so slowly that when there is this effort to make the world progress, make it go forward more rapidly, well, it is necessary to take on human nature. By taking the human body, one is obliged to take on human nature, partially. Only, instead of losing one's consciousness and losing contact with the Truth, one keeps this consciousness and this Truth, and it is by joining the two that one can create exactly this kind of alchemy of transformation. But if one did not touch matter, one could do nothing for it. ~ The Mother, Question And Answers ,
63:Sometimes while reading a text one has ideas, then Sweet Mother, how can one distinguish between the other person's idea and one's own?Oh! This, this doesn't exist, the other person's idea and one's own idea. Nobody has ideas of his own: it is an immensity from which one draws according to his personal affinity; ideas are a collective possession, a collective wealth. Only, there are different stages. So there is the most common level, the one where all our brains bathe; this indeed swarms here, it is the level of "Mr. Everybody". And then there is a level that's slightly higher for people who are called thinkers. And then there are higher levels still - many - some of them are beyond words but they are still domains of ideas. And then there are those capable of shooting right up, catching something which is like a light and making it come down with all its stock of ideas, all its stock of thoughts. An idea from a higher domain if pulled down organises itself and is crystallised in a large number of thoughts which can express that idea differently; and then if you are a writer or a poet or an artist, when you make it come lower down still, you can have all kinds of expressions, extremely varied and choice around a single little idea but one coming from very high above. And when you know how to do this, it teaches you to distinguish between the pure idea and the way of expressing it. Some people cannot do it in their own head because they have no imagination or faculty for writing, but they can do it through study by reading what others have written. There are, you know, lots of poets, for instance, who have expressed the same idea - the same idea but with such different forms that when one reads many of them it becomes quite interesting to see (for people who love to read and read much). Ah, this idea, that one has said it like this, that other has expressed it like that, another has formulated it in this way, and so on. And so you have a whole stock of expressions which are expressions by different poets of the same single idea up there, above, high above. And you notice that there is an almost essential difference between the pure idea, the typal idea and its formulation in the mental world, even the speculative or artistic mental world. This is a very good thing to do when one loves gymnastics. It is mental gymnastics. Well, if you want to be truly intelligent, you must know how to do mental gymnastics; as, you see, if you want really to have a fairly strong body you must know how to do physical gymnastics. It is the same thing. People who have never done mental gymnastics have a poor little brain, quite over-simple, and all their life they think like children. One must know how to do this - not take it seriously, in the sense that one shouldn't have convictions, saying, "This idea is true and that is false; this formulation is correct and that one is not and this religion is the true one and that religion is false", and so on and so forth... this, if you enter into it, you become absolutely stupid. But if you can see all that and, for example, take all the religions, one after another and see how they have expressed the same aspiration of the human being for some Absolute, it becomes very interesting; and then you begin... yes, you begin to be able to juggle with all that. And then when you have mastered it all, you can rise above it and look at all the eternal human discussions with a smile. So there you are master of the thought and can no longer fly into a rage because someone else does not think as you, something that's unfortunately a very common malady here. Now, there we are. Nobody has any questions, no? That's enough? Finished! ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1955 ,
64:Sweet Mother, how can we make our resolution very firm? By wanting it to be very firm! (Laughter) No, this seems like a joke... but it is absolutely true. One does not want it truly. There is always, if you... It is a lack of sincerity. If you look sincerely, you will see that you have decided that it will be like this, and then, beneath there is something which has not decided at all and is waiting for the second of hesitation in order to rush forward. If you are sincere, if you are sincere and get hold of the part which is hiding, waiting, not showing itself, which knows that there will come a second of indecision when it can rush out and make you do the thing you have decided not to do... [] But if you really want it, nothing in the world can prevent you from doing what you want. It is because one doesn't know how to will it. It is because one is divided in one's will. If you are not divided in your will, I say that nothing, nobody in the world can make you change your will. But one doesn't know how to will it. In fact one doesn't even want to. These are velleities: "Well, it is like this.... It would be good if it were like that... yes, it would be better if it were like that... yes, it would be preferable if it were like that." But this is not to will. And always there at the back, hidden somewhere in a corner of the brain, is something which is looking on and saying, "Oh, why should I want that? After all one can as well want the opposite." And to try, you see... Not like that, just wait... But one can always find a thousand excuses to do the opposite. And ah, just a tiny little wavering is enough... pftt... the thing swoops down and there it is. But if one wills, if one really knows that this is the thing, and truly wants this, and if one is oneself entirely concentrated in the will, I say that there is nothing in the world that can prevent one from doing it, from doing it or being obliged to do it. It depends on what it is. One wants. Yes, one wants, like this (gestures). One wants: "Yes, yes, it would be better if it were like that. Yes, it would be finer also, more elegant."... But, eh, eh, after all one is a weak creature, isn't that so? And then one can always put the blame upon something else: "It is the influence coming from outside, it is all kinds of circumstances." A breath has passed, you see. You don't know... something... a moment of unconsciousness... "Oh, I was not conscious." You are not conscious because you do not accept... And all this because you don't know how to will. [] To learn how to will is a very important thing. And to will truly, you must unify your being. In fact, to be a being, one must first unify oneself. If one is pulled by absolutely opposite tendencies, if one spends three-fourths of one's life without being conscious of oneself and the reasons why one does things, is one a real being? One does not exist. One is a mass of influences, movements, forces, actions, reactions, but one is not a being. One begins to become a being when one begins to have a will. And one can't have a will unless one is unified. And when you have a will, you will be able to say, say to the Divine: "I want what You want." But not before that. Because in order to want what the Divine wants, you must have a will, otherwise you can will nothing at all. You would like to. You would like it very much. You would very much like to want what the Divine wants to do. You don't possess a will to give to Him and to put at His service. Something like that, gelatinous, like jelly-fish... there... a mass of good wills - and I am considering the better side of things and forgetting the bad wills - a mass of good wills, half-conscious and fluctuating.... Ah, that's all, my children. That's enough for today. There we are. Only, put this into practice; just a little of what I have said, not all, eh, just a very little. There. ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1954 ,
65:64 Arts 1. Geet vidya: art of singing. 2. Vadya vidya: art of playing on musical instruments. 3. Nritya vidya: art of dancing. 4. Natya vidya: art of theatricals. 5. Alekhya vidya: art of painting. 6. Viseshakacchedya vidya: art of painting the face and body with color 7. Tandula­kusuma­bali­vikara: art of preparing offerings from rice and flowers. 8. Pushpastarana: art of making a covering of flowers for a bed. 9. Dasana­vasananga­raga: art of applying preparations for cleansing the teeth, cloths and painting the body. 10. Mani­bhumika­karma: art of making the groundwork of jewels. 11. Aayya­racana: art of covering the bed. 12. Udaka­vadya: art of playing on music in water. 13. Udaka­ghata: art of splashing with water. 14. Citra­yoga: art of practically applying an admixture of colors. 15. Malya­grathana­vikalpa: art of designing a preparation of wreaths. 16. Sekharapida­yojana: art of practically setting the coronet on the head. 17. Nepathya­yoga: art of practically dressing in the tiring room. 18. Karnapatra­bhanga: art of decorating the tragus of the ear. 19. Sugandha­yukti: art of practical application of aromatics. 20. Bhushana­yojana: art of applying or setting ornaments. 21. Aindra­jala: art of juggling. 22. Kaucumara: a kind of art. 23. Hasta­laghava: art of sleight of hand. 24. Citra­sakapupa­bhakshya­vikara­kriya: art of preparing varieties of delicious food. 25. Panaka­rasa­ragasava­yojana: art of practically preparing palatable drinks and tinging draughts with red color. 26. Suci­vaya­karma: art of needleworks and weaving. 27. Sutra­krida: art of playing with thread. 28. Vina­damuraka­vadya: art of playing on lute and small drum. 29. Prahelika: art of making and solving riddles. 30. Durvacaka­yoga: art of practicing language difficult to be answered by others. 31. Pustaka­vacana: art of reciting books. 32. Natikakhyayika­darsana: art of enacting short plays and anecdotes. 33. Kavya­samasya­purana: art of solving enigmatic verses. 34. Pattika­vetra­bana­vikalpa: art of designing preparation of shield, cane and arrows. 35. Tarku­karma: art of spinning by spindle. 36. Takshana: art of carpentry. 37. Vastu­vidya: art of engineering. 38. Raupya­ratna­pariksha: art of testing silver and jewels. 39. Dhatu­vada: art of metallurgy. 40. Mani­raga jnana: art of tinging jewels. 41. Akara jnana: art of mineralogy. 42. Vrikshayur­veda­yoga: art of practicing medicine or medical treatment, by herbs. 43. Mesha­kukkuta­lavaka­yuddha­vidhi: art of knowing the mode of fighting of lambs, cocks and birds. 44. Suka­sarika­pralapana: art of maintaining or knowing conversation between male and female cockatoos. 45. Utsadana: art of healing or cleaning a person with perfumes. 46. Kesa­marjana­kausala: art of combing hair. 47. Akshara­mushtika­kathana: art of talking with fingers. 48. Dharana­matrika: art of the use of amulets. 49. Desa­bhasha­jnana: art of knowing provincial dialects. 50. Nirmiti­jnana: art of knowing prediction by heavenly voice. 51. Yantra­matrika: art of mechanics. 52. Mlecchita­kutarka­vikalpa: art of fabricating barbarous or foreign sophistry. 53. Samvacya: art of conversation. 54. Manasi kavya­kriya: art of composing verse 55. Kriya­vikalpa: art of designing a literary work or a medical remedy. 56. Chalitaka­yoga: art of practicing as a builder of shrines called after him. 57. Abhidhana­kosha­cchando­jnana: art of the use of lexicography and meters. 58. Vastra­gopana: art of concealment of cloths. 59. Dyuta­visesha: art of knowing specific gambling. 60. Akarsha­krida: art of playing with dice or magnet. 61. Balaka­kridanaka: art of using children's toys. 62. Vainayiki vidya: art of enforcing discipline. 63. Vaijayiki vidya: art of gaining victory. 64. Vaitaliki vidya: art of awakening master with music at dawn. ~ Nik Douglas and Penny Slinger, Sexual Secrets ,
66:Coded LanguageWhereas, breakbeats have been the missing link connecting the diasporic community to its drum woven pastWhereas the quantised drum has allowed the whirling mathematicians to calculate the ever changing distance between rock and stardom.Whereas the velocity of the spinning vinyl, cross-faded, spun backwards, and re-released at the same given moment of recorded history, yet at a different moment in time's continuum has allowed history to catch up with the present.We do hereby declare reality unkempt by the changing standards of dialogue.Statements, such as, "keep it real", especially when punctuating or anticipating modes of ultra-violence inflicted psychologically or physically or depicting an unchanging rule of events will hence forth be seen as retro-active and not representative of the individually determined is.Furthermore, as determined by the collective consciousness of this state of being and the lessened distance between thought patterns and their secular manifestations, the role of men as listening receptacles is to be increased by a number no less than 70 percent of the current enlisted as vocal aggressors.Motherfuckers better realize, now is the time to self-actualizeWe have found evidence that hip hops standard 85 rpm when increased by a number as least half the rate of it's standard or decreased at ¾ of it's speed may be a determining factor in heightening consciousness.Studies show that when a given norm is changed in the face of the unchanging, the remaining contradictions will parallel the truth.Equate rhyme with reason, Sun with seasonOur cyclical relationship to phenomenon has encouraged scholars to erase the centers of periods, thus symbolizing the non-linear character of cause and effectReject mediocrity!Your current frequencies of understanding outweigh that which as been given for you to understand.The current standard is the equivalent of an adolescent restricted to the diet of an infant.The rapidly changing body would acquire dysfunctional and deformative symptoms and could not properly mature on a diet of apple sauce and crushed pearsLight years are interchangeable with years of living in darkness.The role of darkness is not to be seen as, or equated with, Ignorance, but with the unknown, and the mysteries of the unseen.Thus, in the name of:ROBESON, GOD'S SON, HURSTON, AHKENATON, HATHSHEPUT, BLACKFOOT, HELEN,LENNON, KHALO, KALI, THE THREE MARIAS, TARA, LILITHE, LOURDE, WHITMAN,BALDWIN, GINSBERG, KAUFMAN, LUMUMBA, Gandhi, GIBRAN, SHABAZZ, SIDDHARTHA,MEDUSA, GUEVARA, GUARDSIEFF, RAND, WRIGHT, BANNEKER, TUBMAN, HAMER, HOLIDAY,DAVIS, COLTRANE, MORRISON, JOPLIN, DUBOIS, CLARKE, SHAKESPEARE, RACHMNINOV,ELLINGTON, CARTER, GAYE, HATHOWAY, HENDRIX, KUTL, DICKERSON, RIPPERTON,MARY, ISIS, THERESA, PLATH, RUMI, FELLINI, MICHAUX, NOSTRADAMUS, NEFERTITI,LA ROCK, SHIVA, GANESHA, YEMAJA, OSHUN, OBATALA, OGUN, KENNEDY, KING, FOURLITTLE GIRLS, HIROSHIMA, NAGASAKI, KELLER, BIKO, PERONE, MARLEY, COSBY,SHAKUR, THOSE STILL AFLAMED, AND THE COUNTLESS UNNAMEDWe claim the present as the pre-sent, as the hereafter.We are unraveling our navels so that we may ingest the sun.We are not afraid of the darkness, we trust that the moon shall guide us.We are determining the future at this very moment.We now know that the heart is the philosophers' stoneOur music is our alchemyWe stand as the manifested equivalent of 3 buckets of water and a hand full of minerals, thus realizing that those very buckets turned upside down supply the percussion factor of forever.If you must count to keep the beat then count.Find you mantra and awaken your subconscious.Curve you circles counterclockwiseUse your cipher to decipher, Coded Language, man made laws.Climb waterfalls and trees, commune with nature, snakes and bees.Let your children name themselves and claim themselves as the new day for today we are determined to be the channelers of these changing frequencies into songs, paintings, writings, dance, drama, photography, carpentry, crafts, love, and love.We enlist every instrument: Acoustic, electronic.Every so-called race, gender, and sexual preference.Every per-son as beings of sound to acknowledge their responsibility to uplift the consciousness of the entire fucking World.Any utterance will be un-aimed, will be disclaimed - two rappers slainAny utterance will be un-aimed, will be disclaimed - two rappers slain ~ Saul Williams,
67:A God's LabourI have gathered my dreams in a silver air Between the gold and the blueAnd wrapped them softly and left them there, My jewelled dreams of you.I had hoped to build a rainbow bridge Marrying the soil to the skyAnd sow in this dancing planet midge The moods of infinity.But too bright were our heavens, too far away, Too frail their ethereal stuff;Too splendid and sudden our light could not stay; The roots were not deep enough.He who would bring the heavens here Must descend himself into clayAnd the burden of earthly nature bear And tread the dolorous way.Coercing my godhead I have come down Here on the sordid earth,Ignorant, labouring, human grown Twixt the gates of death and birth.I have been digging deep and long Mid a horror of filth and mireA bed for the golden river's song, A home for the deathless fire.I have laboured and suffered in Matter's night To bring the fire to man;But the hate of hell and human spite Are my meed since the world began.For man's mind is the dupe of his animal self; Hoping its lusts to win,He harbours within him a grisly Elf Enamoured of sorrow and sin.The grey Elf shudders from heaven's flame And from all things glad and pure;Only by pleasure and passion and pain His drama can endure.All around is darkness and strife; For the lamps that men call sunsAre but halfway gleams on this stumbling life Cast by the Undying Ones.Man lights his little torches of hope That lead to a failing edge;A fragment of Truth is his widest scope, An inn his pilgrimage.The Truth of truths men fear and deny, The Light of lights they refuse;To ignorant gods they lift their cry Or a demon altar choose.All that was found must again be sought, Each enemy slain revives,Each battle for ever is fought and refought Through vistas of fruitless lives.My gaping wounds are a thousand and one And the Titan kings assail,But I dare not rest till my task is done And wrought the eternal will.How they mock and sneer, both devils and men! "Thy hope is Chimera's headPainting the sky with its fiery stain; Thou shalt fall and thy work lie dead."Who art thou that babblest of heavenly ease And joy and golden roomTo us who are waifs on inconscient seas And bound to life's iron doom?"This earth is ours, a field of Night For our petty flickering fires.How shall it brook the sacred Light Or suffer a god's desires?"Come, let us slay him and end his course! Then shall our hearts have releaseFrom the burden and call of his glory and force And the curb of his wide white peace."But the god is there in my mortal breast Who wrestles with error and fateAnd tramples a road through mire and waste For the nameless Immaculate.A voice cried, "Go where none have gone! Dig deeper, deeper yetTill thou reach the grim foundation stone And knock at the keyless gate."I saw that a falsehood was planted deep At the very root of thingsWhere the grey Sphinx guards God's riddle sleep On the Dragon's outspread wings.I left the surface gauds of mind And life's unsatisfied seasAnd plunged through the body's alleys blind To the nether mysteries.I have delved through the dumb Earth's dreadful heart And heard her black mass' bell.I have seen the source whence her agonies part And the inner reason of hell.Above me the dragon murmurs moan And the goblin voices flit;I have pierced the Void where Thought was born, I have walked in the bottomless pit.On a desperate stair my feet have trod Armoured with boundless peace,Bringing the fires of the splendour of God Into the human abyss.He who I am was with me still; All veils are breaking now.I have heard His voice and borne His will On my vast untroubled brow.The gulf twixt the depths and the heights is bridged And the golden waters pourDown the sapphire mountain rainbow-ridged And glimmer from shore to shore.Heaven's fire is lit in the breast of the earth And the undying suns here burn;Through a wonder cleft in the bounds of birth The incarnate spirits yearnLike flames to the kingdoms of Truth and Bliss: Down a gold-red stairway wendThe radiant children of Paradise Clarioning darkness' end.A little more and the new life's doors Shall be carved in silver lightWith its aureate roof and mosaic floors In a great world bare and bright.I shall leave my dreams in their argent air, For in a raiment of gold and blueThere shall move on the earth embodied and fair The living truth of you. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Collected Poems A God's Labour,
68:Death & FameWhen I dieI don't care what happens to my body throw ashes in the air, scatter 'em in East River bury an urn in Elizabeth New Jersey, B'nai Israel CemeteryBut I want a big funeral St. Patrick's Cathedral, St. Mark's Church, the largest synagogue in ManhattanFirst, there's family, brother, nephews, spry aged Edith stepmother 96, Aunt Honey from old Newark,Doctor Joel, cousin Mindy, brother Gene one eyed one ear'd, sister-in-law blonde Connie, five nephews, stepbrothers & sisters their grandchildren, companion Peter Orlovsky, caretakers Rosenthal & Hale, Bill Morgan--Next, teacher Trungpa Vajracharya's ghost mind, Gelek Rinpoche, there Sakyong Mipham, Dalai Lama alert, chance visiting America, Satchitananda Swami Shivananda, Dehorahava Baba, Karmapa XVI, Dudjom Rinpoche, Katagiri & Suzuki Roshi's phantoms Baker, Whalen, Daido Loorie, Qwong, Frail White-haired Kapleau Roshis, Lama Tarchen --Then, most important, lovers over half-century Dozens, a hundred, more, older fellows bald & rich young boys met naked recently in bed, crowds surprised to see each other, innumerable, intimate, exchanging memories"He taught me to meditate, now I'm an old veteran of the thousandday retreat --""I played music on subway platforms, I'm straight but loved him he loved me""I felt more love from him at 19 than ever from anyone""We'd lie under covers gossip, read my poetry, hug & kiss belly to belly arms round each other""I'd always get into his bed with underwear on & by morning my skivvies would be on the floor""Japanese, always wanted take it up my bum with a master""We'd talk all night about Kerouac & Cassady sit Buddhalike then sleep in his captain's bed.""He seemed to need so much affection, a shame not to make him happy""I was lonely never in bed nude with anyone before, he was so gentle my stomach shuddered when he traced his finger along my abdomen nipple to hips-- ""All I did was lay back eyes closed, he'd bring me to come with mouth & fingers along my waist""He gave great head"So there be gossip from loves of 1948, ghost of Neal Cassady commin-gling with flesh and youthful blood of 1997 and surprise -- "You too? But I thought you were straight!""I am but Ginsberg an exception, for some reason he pleased me.""I forgot whether I was straight gay queer or funny, was myself, tender and affectionate to be kissed on the top of my head, my forehead throat heart & solar plexus, mid-belly. on my prick, tickled with his tongue my behind""I loved the way he'd recite 'But at my back allways hear/ time's winged chariot hurrying near,' heads together, eye to eye, on a pillow --"Among lovers one handsome youth straggling the rear"I studied his poetry class, 17 year-old kid, ran some errands to his walk-up flat, seduced me didn't want to, made me come, went home, never saw him again never wanted to... ""He couldn't get it up but loved me," "A clean old man." "He made sure I came first"This the crowd most surprised proud at ceremonial place of honor--Then poets & musicians -- college boys' grunge bands -- age-old rock star Beatles, faithful guitar accompanists, gay classical con-ductors, unknown high Jazz music composers, funky trum-peters, bowed bass & french horn black geniuses, folksinger fiddlers with dobro tamborine harmonica mandolin auto-harp pennywhistles & kazoosNext, artist Italian romantic realists schooled in mystic 60's India, Late fauve Tuscan painter-poets, Classic draftsman Massa-chusets surreal jackanapes with continental wives, poverty sketchbook gesso oil watercolor masters from American provincesThen highschool teachers, lonely Irish librarians, delicate biblio-philes, sex liberation troops nay armies, ladies of either sex"I met him dozens of times he never remembered my name I loved him anyway, true artist""Nervous breakdown after menopause, his poetry humor saved me from suicide hospitals""Charmant, genius with modest manners, washed sink, dishes my studio guest a week in Budapest"Thousands of readers, "Howl changed my life in Libertyville Illinois""I saw him read Montclair State Teachers College decided be a poet-- ""He turned me on, I started with garage rock sang my songs in Kansas City""Kaddish made me weep for myself & father alive in Nevada City""Father Death comforted me when my sister died Boston l982""I read what he said in a newsmagazine, blew my mind, realized others like me out there"Deaf & Dumb bards with hand signing quick brilliant gesturesThen Journalists, editors's secretaries, agents, portraitists & photo-graphy aficionados, rock critics, cultured laborors, cultural historians come to witness the historic funeral Super-fans, poetasters, aging Beatnicks & Deadheads, autograph-hunters, distinguished paparazzi, intelligent gawkersEveryone knew they were part of 'History" except the deceased who never knew exactly what was happening even when I was aliveFebruary 22, 1997 ~ Allen Ginsberg,
69:Education THE EDUCATION of a human being should begin at birth and continue throughout his life. Indeed, if we want this education to have its maximum result, it should begin even before birth; in this case it is the mother herself who proceeds with this education by means of a twofold action: first, upon herself for her own improvement, and secondly, upon the child whom she is forming physically. For it is certain that the nature of the child to be born depends very much upon the mother who forms it, upon her aspiration and will as well as upon the material surroundings in which she lives. To see that her thoughts are always beautiful and pure, her feelings always noble and fine, her material surroundings as harmonious as possible and full of a great simplicity - this is the part of education which should apply to the mother herself. And if she has in addition a conscious and definite will to form the child according to the highest ideal she can conceive, then the very best conditions will be realised so that the child can come into the world with his utmost potentialities. How many difficult efforts and useless complications would be avoided in this way! Education to be complete must have five principal aspects corresponding to the five principal activities of the human being: the physical, the vital, the mental, the psychic and the spiritual. Usually, these phases of education follow chronologically the growth of the individual; this, however, does not mean that one of them should replace another, but that all must continue, completing one another until the end of his life. We propose to study these five aspects of education one by one and also their interrelationships. But before we enter into the details of the subject, I wish to make a recommendation to parents. Most parents, for various reasons, give very little thought to the true education which should be imparted to children. When they have brought a child into the world, provided him with food, satisfied his various material needs and looked after his health more or less carefully, they think they have fully discharged their duty. Later on, they will send him to school and hand over to the teachers the responsibility for his education. There are other parents who know that their children must be educated and who try to do what they can. But very few, even among those who are most serious and sincere, know that the first thing to do, in order to be able to educate a child, is to educate oneself, to become conscious and master of oneself so that one never sets a bad example to one's child. For it is above all through example that education becomes effective. To speak good words and to give wise advice to a child has very little effect if one does not oneself give him an example of what one teaches. Sincerity, honesty, straightforwardness, courage, disinterestedness, unselfishness, patience, endurance, perseverance, peace, calm, self-control are all things that are taught infinitely better by example than by beautiful speeches. Parents, have a high ideal and always act in accordance with it and you will see that little by little your child will reflect this ideal in himself and spontaneously manifest the qualities you would like to see expressed in his nature. Quite naturally a child has respect and admiration for his parents; unless they are quite unworthy, they will always appear to their child as demigods whom he will try to imitate as best he can. With very few exceptions, parents are not aware of the disastrous influence that their own defects, impulses, weaknesses and lack of self-control have on their children. If you wish to be respected by a child, have respect for yourself and be worthy of respect at every moment. Never be authoritarian, despotic, impatient or ill-tempered. When your child asks you a question, do not give him a stupid or silly answer under the pretext that he cannot understand you. You can always make yourself understood if you take enough trouble; and in spite of the popular saying that it is not always good to tell the truth, I affirm that it is always good to tell the truth, but that the art consists in telling it in such a way as to make it accessible to the mind of the hearer. In early life, until he is twelve or fourteen, the child's mind is hardly open to abstract notions and general ideas. And yet you can train it to understand these things by using concrete images, symbols or parables. Up to quite an advanced age and for some who mentally always remain children, a narrative, a story, a tale well told teach much more than any number of theoretical explanations. Another pitfall to avoid: do not scold your child without good reason and only when it is quite indispensable. A child who is too often scolded gets hardened to rebuke and no longer attaches much importance to words or severity of tone. And above all, take good care never to scold him for a fault which you yourself commit. Children are very keen and clear-sighted observers; they soon find out your weaknesses and note them without pity. When a child has done something wrong, see that he confesses it to you spontaneously and frankly; and when he has confessed, with kindness and affection make him understand what was wrong in his movement so that he will not repeat it, but never scold him; a fault confessed must always be forgiven. You should not allow any fear to come between you and your child; fear is a pernicious means of education: it invariably gives birth to deceit and lying. Only a discerning affection that is firm yet gentle and an adequate practical knowledge will create the bonds of trust that are indispensable for you to be able to educate your child effectively. And do not forget that you have to control yourself constantly in order to be equal to your task and truly fulfil the duty which you owe your child by the mere fact of having brought him into the world. Bulletin, February 1951 ~ The Mother, On Education ,
70:The whole question. The whole question? And now, do you understand?... Not quite? I told you that you did not understand because it was muddled up; in one question three different ideas were included. So naturally it created a confusion. But taken separately they are what I explained to you just now, most probably; that is to say, one has this altogether ignorant and obliterated consciousness and is convinced that he is the cause and effect, the origin and result of himself, separate from all others, separate with a limited power to act upon others and a little greater capacity to be set in movement by others or to react to others' influence. That is how people think usually, something like that, isn't that so? How do you feel, you? What effect do you have upon yourself? And you? And you?... You have never thought about it? You have never looked into yourself to see what effect you exercise upon yourself? Never thought over it? No? How do you feel? Nobody will tell me? Come, you tell me that. Never tried to understand how you feel? Yes? No? How strange! Never sought to understand how, for example, decisions take place in you? From where do they come? What makes you decide one thing rather than another? And what is the relation between a decision of yours and your action? And to what extent do you have the freedom of choice between one thing and another? And how far do you feel you are able to, you are free to do this or that or that other or nothing at all?... You have pondered over that? Yes? Is there any one among the students who has thought over it? No? Nobody put the question to himself? You? You?... Even if one thinks over it, perhaps one is not able to answer! One cannot explain? No. It is difficult to explain? Even this simple little thing, to see where in your consciousness the wills that come from outside meet your will (which you call yours, which comes from within), at what place the two join together and to what extent the one from outside acts upon that from within and the one from within acts upon that from outside? You have never tried to find this out? It has never seemed to you unbearable that a will from outside should have an action upon your will? No? I do not know. Oh! I am putting very difficult problems! But, my children, I was preoccupied with that when I was a child of five!... So I thought you must have been preoccupied with it since a long time. In oneself, there are contradictory wills. Yes, many. That is one of the very first discoveries. There is one part which wants things this way; and then at another moment, another way, and a third time, one wants still another thing! Besides, there is even this: something that wants and another which says no. So? But it is exactly that which has to be found if you wish in the least to organise yourself. Why not project yourself upon a screen, as in the cinema, and then look at yourself moving on it? How interesting it is! This is the first step. You project yourself on the screen and then observe and see all that is moving there and how it moves and what happens. You make a little diagram, it becomes so interesting then. And then, after a while, when you are quite accustomed to seeing, you can go one step further and take a decision. Or even a still greater step: you organise - arrange, take up all that, put each thing in its place, organise in such a way that you begin to have a straight movement with an inner meaning. And then you become conscious of your direction and are able to say: "Very well, it will be thus; my life will develop in that way, because that is the logic of my being. Now, I have arranged all that within me, each thing has been put in its place, and so naturally a central orientation is forming. I am following this orientation. One step more and I know what will happen to me for I myself am deciding it...." I do not know, I am telling you this; to me it seemed terribly interesting, the most interesting thing in the world. There was nothing, no other thing that interested me more than that. This happened to me.... I was five or six or seven years old (at seven the thing became quite serious) and I had a father who loved the circus, and he came and told me: "Come with me, I am going to the circus on Sunday." I said: "No, I am doing something much more interesting than going to the circus!" Or again, young friends invited me to attend a meeting where we were to play together, enjoy together: "No, I enjoy here much more...." And it was quite sincere. It was not a pose: for me, it was like this, it was true. There was nothing in the world more enjoyable than that. And I am so convinced that anybody who does it in that way, with the same freshness and sincerity, will obtain most interesting results.... To put all that on a screen in front of yourself and look at what is happening. And the first step is to know all that is happening and then you must not try to shut your eyes when something does not appear pleasant to you! You must keep them wide open and put each thing in that way before the screen. Then you make quite an interesting discovery. And then the next step is to start telling yourself: "Since all that is happening within me, why should I not put this thing in this way and then that thing in that way and then this other in this way and thus wouldn't I be doing something logical that has a meaning? Why should I not remove that thing which stands obstructing the way, these conflicting wills? Why? And what does that represent in the being? Why is it there? If it were put there, would it not help instead of harming me?" And so on. And little by little, little by little, you see clearer and then you see why you are made like that, what is the thing you have got to do - that for which you are born. And then, quite naturally, since all is organised for this thing to happen, the path becomes straight and you can say beforehand: "It is in this way that it will happen." And when things come from outside to try and upset all that, you are able to say: "No, I accept this, for it helps; I reject that, for that harms." And then, after a few years, you curb yourself as you curb a horse: you do whatever you like, in the way you like and you go wherever you like. It seems to me this is worth the trouble. I believe it is the most interesting thing. ...You must have a great deal of sincerity, a little courage and perseverance and then a sort of mental curiosity, you understand, curious, seeking to know, interested, wanting to learn. To love to learn: that, one must have in one's nature. To find it impossible to stand before something grey, all hazy, in which nothing is seen clearly and which gives you quite an unpleasant feeling, for you do not know where you begin and where you end, what is yours and what is not yours and what is settled and what is not settled - what is this pulp-like thing you call yourself in which things get intermingled and act upon one another without even your being aware of it? You ask yourself: "But why have I done this?" You know nothing about it. "And why have I felt that?" You don't know that, either. And then, you are thrown into a world outside that is only fog and you are thrown into a world inside that is also for you another kind of fog, still more impenetrable, in which you live, like a cork thrown upon the waters and the waves carry it away or cast it into the air, and it drops and rolls on. That is quite an unpleasant state. I do not know, but to me it appears unpleasant. To see clearly, to see one's way, where one is going, why one is going there, how one is to go there and what one is going to do and what is the kind of relation with others... But that is a problem so wonderfully interesting - it is interesting - and you can always discover things every minute! One's work is never finished. There is a time, there is a certain state of consciousness when you have the feeling that you are in that condition with all the weight of the world lying heavy upon you and besides you are going in blinkers and do not know where you are going, but there is something which is pushing you. And that is truly a very unpleasant condition. And there is another moment when one draws oneself up and is able to see what is there above, and one becomes it; then one looks at the world as though from the top of a very very high mountain and one sees all that is happening below; then one can choose one's way and follow it. That is a more pleasant condition. This then is truly the truth, you are upon earth for that, surely. All individual beings and all the little concentrations of consciousness were created to do this work. It is the very reason for existence: to be able to become fully conscious of a certain sum of vibrations representing an individual being and put order there and find one's way and follow it. And so, as men do not know it and do not do it, life comes and gives them a blow here: "Oh! that hurts", then a blow there: "Ah! that's hurting me." And the thing goes on like that and all the time it is like that. And all the time they are getting pain somewhere. They suffer, they cry, they groan. But it is simply due to that reason, there is no other: it is that they have not done that little work. If, when they were quite young, there had been someone to teach them to do the work and they had done it without losing time, they could have gone through life gloriously and instead of suffering they would have been all-powerful masters of their destiny. This is not to say that necessarily all things would become pleasant. It is not at all that. But your reaction towards things becomes the true reaction and instead of suffering, you learn; instead of being miserable, you go forward and progress. After all, I believe it is for this that you are here - so that there is someone who can tell you: "There, well, try that. It is worth trying." ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1953 199,
71:[The Gods and Their Worlds] [...] According to traditions and occult schools, all these zones of realities, these planes of realities have got different names; they have been classified in a different way, but there is an essential analogy, and if you go back far enough into the traditions, you see only the words changing according to the country and the language. Even now, the experiences of Western occultists and those of Eastern occultists offer great similarities. All who set out on the discovery of these invisible worlds and make a report of what they saw, give a very similar description, whether they be from here or there; they use different words, but the experience is very similar and the handling of forces is the same. This knowledge of the occult worlds is based on the existence of subtle bodies and of subtle worlds corresponding to those bodies. They are what the psychological method calls "states of consciousness", but these states of consciousness really correspond to worlds. The occult procedure consists then in being aware of these various inner states of being or subtle bodies and in becoming sufficiently a master of them so as to be able to go out of them successively, one after another. There is indeed a whole scale of subtleties, increasing or decreasing according to the direction in which you go, and the occult procedure consists in going out of a denser body into a subtler body and so on again, up to the most ethereal regions. You go, by successive exteriorisations, into bodies or worlds more and more subtle. It is somewhat as if every time you passed into another dimension. The fourth dimension of the physicists is nothing but the scientific transcription of an occult knowledge. To give another image, one can say that the physical body is at the centre - it is the most material, the densest and also the smallest - and the inner bodies, more subtle, overflow more and more the central physical body; they pass through it, extending themselves farther and farther, like water evaporating from a porous vase and forming a kind of steam all around. And the greater the subtlety, the more the extension tends to unite with that of the universe: one ends by universalising oneself. And it is altogether a concrete process which gives an objective experience of invisible worlds and even enables one to act in these worlds. There are, then, only a very small number of people in the West who know that these gods are not merely subjective and imaginary - more or less wildly imaginary - but that they correspond to a universal truth. All these regions, all these domains are filled with beings who exist, each in its own domain, and if you are awake and conscious on a particular plane - for instance, if on going out of a more material body you awake on some higher plane, you have the same relation with the things and people of that plane as you had with the things and people of the material world. That is to say, there exists an entirely objective relation that has nothing to do with the idea you may have of these things. Naturally, the resemblance is greater and greater as you approach the physical world, the material world, and there even comes a time when the one region has a direct action upon the other. In any case, in what Sri Aurobindo calls the overmental worlds, you will find a concrete reality absolutely independent of your personal experience; you go back there and again find the same things, with the differences that have occurred during your absence. And you have relations with those beings that are identical with the relations you have with physical beings, with this difference that the relation is more plastic, supple and direct - for example, there is the capacity to change the external form, the visible form, according to the inner state you are in. But you can make an appointment with someone and be at the appointed place and find the same being again, with certain differences that have come about during your absence; it is entirely concrete with results entirely concrete. One must have at least a little of this experience in order to understand these things. Otherwise, those who are convinced that all this is mere human imagination and mental formation, who believe that these gods have such and such a form because men have thought them to be like that, and that they have certain defects and certain qualities because men have thought them to be like that - all those who say that God is made in the image of man and that he exists only in human thought, all these will not understand; to them this will appear absolutely ridiculous, madness. One must have lived a little, touched the subject a little, to know how very concrete the thing is. Naturally, children know a good deal if they have not been spoilt. There are so many children who return every night to the same place and continue to live the life they have begun there. When these faculties are not spoilt with age, you can keep them with you. At a time when I was especially interested in dreams, I could return exactly to a place and continue a work that I had begun: supervise something, for example, set something in order, a work of organisation or of discovery, of exploration. You go until you reach a certain spot, as you would go in life, then you take a rest, then you return and begin again - you begin the work at the place where you left off and you continue it. And you perceive that there are things which are quite independent of you, in the sense that changes of which you are not at all the author, have taken place automatically during your absence. But for this, you must live these experiences yourself, you must see them yourself, live them with sufficient sincerity and spontaneity in order to see that they are independent of any mental formation. For you can do the opposite also, and deepen the study of the action of mental formation upon events. This is very interesting, but it is another domain. And this study makes you very careful, very prudent, because you become aware of how far you can delude yourself. So you must study both, the dream and the occult reality, in order to see what is the essential difference between the two. The one depends upon us; the other exists in itself; entirely independent of the thought that we have of it. When you have worked in that domain, you recognise in fact that once a subject has been studied and something has been learnt mentally, it gives a special colour to the experience; the experience may be quite spontaneous and sincere, but the simple fact that the subject was known and studied lends a particular quality. Whereas if you had learnt nothing about the question, if you knew nothing at all, the transcription would be completely spontaneous and sincere when the experience came; it would be more or less adequate, but it would not be the outcome of a previous mental formation. Naturally, this occult knowledge or this experience is not very frequent in the world, because in those who do not have a developed inner life, there are veritable gaps between the external consciousness and the inmost consciousness; the linking states of being are missing and they have to be constructed. So when people enter there for the first time, they are bewildered, they have the impression they have fallen into the night, into nothingness, into non-being! I had a Danish friend, a painter, who was like that. He wanted me to teach him how to go out of the body; he used to have interesting dreams and thought that it would be worth the trouble to go there consciously. So I made him "go out" - but it was a frightful thing! When he was dreaming, a part of his mind still remained conscious, active, and a kind of link existed between this active part and his external being; then he remembered some of his dreams, but it was a very partial phenomenon. And to go out of one's body means to pass gradually through all the states of being, if one does the thing systematically. Well, already in the subtle physical, one is almost de-individualised, and when one goes farther, there remains nothing, for nothing is formed or individualised. Thus, when people are asked to meditate or told to go within, to enter into themselves, they are in agony - naturally! They have the impression that they are vanishing. And with reason: there is nothing, no consciousness! These things that appear to us quite natural and evident, are, for people who know nothing, wild imagination. If, for example, you transplant these experiences or this knowledge to the West, well, unless you have been frequenting the circles of occultists, they stare at you with open eyes. And when you have turned your back, they hasten to say, "These people are cranks!" Now to come back to the gods and conclude. It must be said that all those beings who have never had an earthly existence - gods or demons, invisible beings and powers - do not possess what the Divine has put into man: the psychic being. And this psychic being gives to man true love, charity, compassion, a deep kindness, which compensate for all his external defects. In the gods there is no fault because they live according to their own nature, spontaneously and without constraint: as gods, it is their manner of being. But if you take a higher point of view, if you have a higher vision, a vision of the whole, you see that they lack certain qualities that are exclusively human. By his capacity of love and self-giving, man can have as much power as the gods and even more, when he is not egoistic, when he has surmounted his egoism. If he fulfils the required condition, man is nearer to the Supreme than the gods are. He can be nearer. He is not so automatically, but he has the power to be so, the potentiality. If human love manifested itself without mixture, it would be all-powerful. Unfortunately, in human love there is as much love of oneself as of the one loved; it is not a love that makes you forget yourself. - 4 November 1958 ~ The Mother, Words Of The Mother III 355
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72:Mental EducationOF ALL lines of education, mental education is the most widely known and practised, yet except in a few rare cases there are gaps which make it something very incomplete and in the end quite insufficient. Generally speaking, schooling is considered to be all the mental education that is necessary. And when a child has been made to undergo, for a number of years, a methodical training which is more like cramming than true schooling, it is considered that whatever is necessary for his mental development has been done. Nothing of the kind. Even conceding that the training is given with due measure and discrimination and does not permanently damage the brain, it cannot impart to the human mind the faculties it needs to become a good and useful instrument. The schooling that is usually given can, at the most, serve as a system of gymnastics to increase the suppleness of the brain. From this standpoint, each branch of human learning represents a special kind of mental gymnastics, and the verbal formulations given to these various branches each constitute a special and well-defined language. A true mental education, which will prepare man for a higher life, has five principal phases. Normally these phases follow one after another, but in exceptional individuals they may alternate or even proceed simultaneously. These five phases, in brief, are: (1) Development of the power of concentration, the capacity of attention. (2) Development of the capacities of expansion, widening, complexity and richness. (3) Organisation of one's ideas around a central idea, a higher ideal or a supremely luminous idea that will serve as a guide in life. (4) Thought-control, rejection of undesirable thoughts, to become able to think only what one wants and when one wants. (5) Development of mental silence, perfect calm and a more and more total receptivity to inspirations coming from the higher regions of the being. It is not possible to give here all the details concerning the methods to be employed in the application of these five phases of education to different individuals. Still, a few explanations on points of detail can be given. Undeniably, what most impedes mental progress in children is the constant dispersion of their thoughts. Their thoughts flutter hither and thither like butterflies and they have to make a great effort to fix them. Yet this capacity is latent in them, for when you succeed in arousing their interest, they are capable of a good deal of attention. By his ingenuity, therefore, the educator will gradually help the child to become capable of a sustained effort of attention and a faculty of more and more complete absorption in the work in hand. All methods that can develop this faculty of attention from games to rewards are good and can all be utilised according to the need and the circumstances. But it is the psychological action that is most important and the sovereign method is to arouse in the child an interest in what you want to teach him, a liking for work, a will to progress. To love to learn is the most precious gift that one can give to a child: to love to learn always and everywhere, so that all circumstances, all happenings in life may be constantly renewed opportunities for learning more and always more. For that, to attention and concentration should be added observation, precise recording and faithfulness of memory. This faculty of observation can be developed by varied and spontaneous exercises, making use of every opportunity that presents itself to keep the child's thought wakeful, alert and prompt. The growth of the understanding should be stressed much more than that of memory. One knows well only what one has understood. Things learnt by heart, mechanically, fade away little by little and finally disappear; what is understood is never forgotten. Moreover, you must never refuse to explain to a child the how and the why of things. If you cannot do it yourself, you must direct the child to those who are qualified to answer or point out to him some books that deal with the question. In this way you will progressively awaken in the child the taste for true study and the habit of making a persistent effort to know. This will bring us quite naturally to the second phase of development in which the mind should be widened and enriched. You will gradually show the child that everything can become an interesting subject for study if it is approached in the right way. The life of every day, of every moment, is the best school of all, varied, complex, full of unexpected experiences, problems to be solved, clear and striking examples and obvious consequences. It is so easy to arouse healthy curiosity in children, if you answer with intelligence and clarity the numerous questions they ask. An interesting reply to one readily brings others in its train and so the attentive child learns without effort much more than he usually does in the classroom. By a choice made with care and insight, you should also teach him to enjoy good reading-matter which is both instructive and attractive. Do not be afraid of anything that awakens and pleases his imagination; imagination develops the creative mental faculty and through it study becomes living and the mind develops in joy. In order to increase the suppleness and comprehensiveness of his mind, one should see not only that he studies many varied topics, but above all that a single subject is approached in various ways, so that the child understands in a practical manner that there are many ways of facing the same intellectual problem, of considering it and solving it. This will remove all rigidity from his brain and at the same time it will make his thinking richer and more supple and prepare it for a more complex and comprehensive synthesis. In this way also the child will be imbued with the sense of the extreme relativity of mental learning and, little by little, an aspiration for a truer source of knowledge will awaken in him. Indeed, as the child grows older and progresses in his studies, his mind too ripens and becomes more and more capable of forming general ideas, and with them almost always comes a need for certitude, for a knowledge that is stable enough to form the basis of a mental construction which will permit all the diverse and scattered and often contradictory ideas accumulated in his brain to be organised and put in order. This ordering is indeed very necessary if one is to avoid chaos in one's thoughts. All contradictions can be transformed into complements, but for that one must discover the higher idea that will have the power to bring them harmoniously together. It is always good to consider every problem from all possible standpoints so as to avoid partiality and exclusiveness; but if the thought is to be active and creative, it must, in every case, be the natural and logical synthesis of all the points of view adopted. And if you want to make the totality of your thoughts into a dynamic and constructive force, you must also take great care as to the choice of the central idea of your mental synthesis; for upon that will depend the value of this synthesis. The higher and larger the central idea and the more universal it is, rising above time and space, the more numerous and the more complex will be the ideas, notions and thoughts which it will be able to organise and harmonise. It goes without saying that this work of organisation cannot be done once and for all. The mind, if it is to keep its vigour and youth, must progress constantly, revise its notions in the light of new knowledge, enlarge its frame-work to include fresh notions and constantly reclassify and reorganise its thoughts, so that each of them may find its true place in relation to the others and the whole remain harmonious and orderly. All that has just been said concerns the speculative mind, the mind that learns. But learning is only one aspect of mental activity; the other, which is at least equally important, is the constructive faculty, the capacity to form and thus prepare action. This very important part of mental activity has rarely been the subject of any special study or discipline. Only those who want, for some reason, to exercise a strict control over their mental activities think of observing and disciplining this faculty of formation; and as soon as they try it, they have to face difficulties so great that they appear almost insurmountable. And yet control over this formative activity of the mind is one of the most important aspects of self-education; one can say that without it no mental mastery is possible. As far as study is concerned, all ideas are acceptable and should be included in the synthesis, whose very function is to become more and more rich and complex; but where action is concerned, it is just the opposite. The ideas that are accepted for translation into action should be strictly controlled and only those that agree with the general trend of the central idea forming the basis of the mental synthesis should be permitted to express themselves in action. This means that every thought entering the mental consciousness should be set before the central idea; if it finds a logical place among the thoughts already grouped, it will be admitted into the synthesis; if not, it will be rejected so that it can have no influence on the action. This work of mental purification should be done very regularly in order to secure a complete control over one's actions. For this purpose, it is good to set apart some time every day when one can quietly go over one's thoughts and put one's synthesis in order. Once the habit is acquired, you can maintain control over your thoughts even during work and action, allowing only those which are useful for what you are doing to come to the surface. Particularly, if you have continued to cultivate the power of concentration and attention, only the thoughts that are needed will be allowed to enter the active external consciousness and they then become all the more dynamic and effective. And if, in the intensity of concentration, it becomes necessary not to think at all, all mental vibration can be stilled and an almost total silence secured. In this silence one can gradually open to the higher regions of the mind and learn to record the inspirations that come from there. But even before reaching this point, silence in itself is supremely useful, because in most people who have a somewhat developed and active mind, the mind is never at rest. During the day, its activity is kept under a certain control, but at night, during the sleep of the body, the control of the waking state is almost completely removed and the mind indulges in activities which are sometimes excessive and often incoherent. This creates a great stress which leads to fatigue and the diminution of the intellectual faculties. The fact is that like all the other parts of the human being, the mind too needs rest and it will not have this rest unless we know how to provide it. The art of resting one's mind is something to be acquired. Changing one's mental activity is certainly one way of resting; but the greatest possible rest is silence. And as far as the mental faculties are concerned a few minutes passed in the calm of silence are a more effective rest than hours of sleep. When one has learned to silence the mind at will and to concentrate it in receptive silence, then there will be no problem that cannot be solved, no mental difficulty whose solution cannot be found. When it is agitated, thought becomes confused and impotent; in an attentive tranquillity, the light can manifest itself and open up new horizons to man's capacity. Bulletin, November 1951 ~ The Mother, On Education ,
73:One little picture in this book, the Magic Locket, was drawn by 'Miss Alice Havers.' I did not state this on the title-page, since it seemed only due, to the artist of all these (to my mind) wonderful pictures, that his name should stand there alone.The descriptions, of Sunday as spent by children of the last generation, are quoted verbatim from a speech made to me by a child-friend and a letter written to me by a lady-friend.The Chapters, headed 'Fairy Sylvie' and 'Bruno's Revenge,' are a reprint, with a few alterations, of a little fairy-tale which I wrote in the year 1867, at the request of the late Mrs. Gatty, for 'Aunt Judy's Magazine,' which she was then editing.It was in 1874, I believe, that the idea first occurred to me of making it the nucleus of a longer story.As the years went on, I jotted down, at odd moments, all sorts of odd ideas, and fragments of dialogue, that occurred to me--who knows how?--with a transitory suddenness that left me no choice but either to record them then and there, or to abandon them to oblivion. Sometimes one could trace to their source these random flashes of thought--as being suggested by the book one was reading, or struck out from the 'flint' of one's own mind by the 'steel' of a friend's chance remark but they had also a way of their own, of occurring, a propos of nothing --specimens of that hopelessly illogical phenomenon, 'an effect without a cause.' Such, for example, was the last line of 'The Hunting of the Snark,' which came into my head (as I have already related in 'The Theatre' for April, 1887) quite suddenly, during a solitary walk: and such, again, have been passages which occurred in dreams, and which I cannot trace to any antecedent cause whatever. There are at least two instances of such dream-suggestions in this book--one, my Lady's remark, 'it often runs in families, just as a love for pastry does', the other, Eric Lindon's badinage about having been in domestic service.And thus it came to pass that I found myself at last in possession of a huge unwieldy mass of litterature--if the reader will kindly excuse the spelling --which only needed stringing together, upon the thread of a consecutive story, to constitute the book I hoped to write. Only! The task, at first, seemed absolutely hopeless, and gave me a far clearer idea, than I ever had before, of the meaning of the word 'chaos': and I think it must have been ten years, or more, before I had succeeded in classifying these odds-and-ends sufficiently to see what sort of a story they indicated: for the story had to grow out of the incidents, not the incidents out of the story I am telling all this, in no spirit of egoism, but because I really believe that some of my readers will be interested in these details of the 'genesis' of a book, which looks so simple and straight-forward a matter, when completed, that they might suppose it to have been written straight off, page by page, as one would write a letter, beginning at the beginning; and ending at the end.It is, no doubt, possible to write a story in that way: and, if it be not vanity to say so, I believe that I could, myself,--if I were in the unfortunate position (for I do hold it to be a real misfortune) of being obliged to produce a given amount of fiction in a given time,--that I could 'fulfil my task,' and produce my 'tale of bricks,' as other slaves have done. One thing, at any rate, I could guarantee as to the story so produced--that it should be utterly commonplace, should contain no new ideas whatever, and should be very very weary reading!This species of literature has received the very appropriate name of 'padding' which might fitly be defined as 'that which all can write and none can read.' That the present volume contains no such writing I dare not avow: sometimes, in order to bring a picture into its proper place, it has been necessary to eke out a page with two or three extra lines : but I can honestly say I have put in no more than I was absolutely compelled to do.My readers may perhaps like to amuse themselves by trying to detect, in a given passage, the one piece of 'padding' it contains. While arranging the 'slips' into pages, I found that the passage was 3 lines too short. I supplied the deficiency, not by interpolating a word here and a word there, but by writing in 3 consecutive lines. Now can my readers guess which they are?A harder puzzle if a harder be desired would be to determine, as to the Gardener's Song, in which cases (if any) the stanza was adapted to the surrounding text, and in which (if any) the text was adapted to the stanza.Perhaps the hardest thing in all literature--at least I have found it so: by no voluntary effort can I accomplish it: I have to take it as it come's is to write anything original. And perhaps the easiest is, when once an original line has been struck out, to follow it up, and to write any amount more to the same tune. I do not know if 'Alice in Wonderland' was an original story--I was, at least, no conscious imitator in writing it--but I do know that, since it came out, something like a dozen storybooks have appeared, on identically the same pattern. The path I timidly explored believing myself to be 'the first that ever burst into that silent sea'--is now a beaten high-road: all the way-side flowers have long ago been trampled into the dust: and it would be courting disaster for me to attempt that style again.Hence it is that, in 'Sylvie and Bruno,' I have striven with I know not what success to strike out yet another new path: be it bad or good, it is the best I can do. It is written, not for money, and not for fame, but in the hope of supplying, for the children whom I love, some thoughts that may suit those hours of innocent merriment which are the very life of Childhood; and also in the hope of suggesting, to them and to others, some thoughts that may prove, I would fain hope, not wholly out of harmony with the graver cadences of Life.If I have not already exhausted the patience of my readers, I would like to seize this opportunity perhaps the last I shall have of addressing so many friends at once of putting on record some ideas that have occurred to me, as to books desirable to be written--which I should much like to attempt, but may not ever have the time or power to carry through--in the hope that, if I should fail (and the years are gliding away very fast) to finish the task I have set myself, other hands may take it up.First, a Child's Bible. The only real essentials of this would be, carefully selected passages, suitable for a child's reading, and pictures. One principle of selection, which I would adopt, would be that Religion should be put before a child as a revelation of love--no need to pain and puzzle the young mind with the history of crime and punishment. (On such a principle I should, for example, omit the history of the Flood.) The supplying of the pictures would involve no great difficulty: no new ones would be needed : hundreds of excellent pictures already exist, the copyright of which has long ago expired, and which simply need photo-zincography, or some similar process, for their successful reproduction. The book should be handy in size with a pretty attractive looking cover--in a clear legible type--and, above all, with abundance of pictures, pictures, pictures!Secondly, a book of pieces selected from the Bible--not single texts, but passages of from 10 to 20 verses each--to be committed to memory. Such passages would be found useful, to repeat to one's self and to ponder over, on many occasions when reading is difficult, if not impossible: for instance, when lying awake at night--on a railway-journey --when taking a solitary walk-in old age, when eyesight is failing or wholly lost--and, best of all, when illness, while incapacitating us for reading or any other occupation, condemns us to lie awake through many weary silent hours: at such a time how keenly one may realise the truth of David's rapturous cry "O how sweet are thy words unto my throat: yea, sweeter than honey unto my mouth!"I have said 'passages,' rather than single texts, because we have no means of recalling single texts: memory needs links, and here are none: one may have a hundred texts stored in the memory, and not be able to recall, at will, more than half-a-dozen--and those by mere chance: whereas, once get hold of any portion of a chapter that has been committed to memory, and the whole can be recovered: all hangs together.Thirdly, a collection of passages, both prose and verse, from books other than the Bible. There is not perhaps much, in what is called 'un-inspired' literature (a misnomer, I hold: if Shakespeare was not inspired, one may well doubt if any man ever was), that will bear the process of being pondered over, a hundred times: still there are such passages--enough, I think, to make a goodly store for the memory.These two books of sacred, and secular, passages for memory--will serve other good purposes besides merely occupying vacant hours: they will help to keep at bay many anxious thoughts, worrying thoughts, uncharitable thoughts, unholy thoughts. Let me say this, in better words than my own, by copying a passage from that most interesting book, Robertson's Lectures on the Epistles to the Corinthians, Lecture XLIX. "If a man finds himself haunted by evil desires and unholy images, which will generally be at periodical hours, let him commit to memory passages of Scripture, or passages from the best writers in verse or prose. Let him store his mind with these, as safeguards to repeat when he lies awake in some restless night, or when despairing imaginations, or gloomy, suicidal thoughts, beset him. Let these be to him the sword, turning everywhere to keep the way of the Garden of Life from the intrusion of profaner footsteps."Fourthly, a "Shakespeare" for girls: that is, an edition in which everything, not suitable for the perusal of girls of (say) from 10 to 17, should be omitted. Few children under 10 would be likely to understand or enjoy the greatest of poets: and those, who have passed out of girlhood, may safely be left to read Shakespeare, in any edition, 'expurgated' or not, that they may prefer: but it seems a pity that so many children, in the intermediate stage, should be debarred from a great pleasure for want of an edition suitable to them. Neither Bowdler's, Chambers's, Brandram's, nor Cundell's 'Boudoir' Shakespeare, seems to me to meet the want: they are not sufficiently 'expurgated.' Bowdler's is the most extraordinary of all: looking through it, I am filled with a deep sense of wonder, considering what he has left in, that he should have cut anything out! Besides relentlessly erasing all that is unsuitable on the score of reverence or decency, I should be inclined to omit also all that seems too difficult, or not likely to interest young readers. The resulting book might be slightly fragmentary: but it would be a real treasure to all British maidens who have any taste for poetry.If it be needful to apologize to any one for the new departure I have taken in this story--by introducing, along with what will, I hope, prove to be acceptable nonsense for children, some of the graver thoughts of human life--it must be to one who has learned the Art of keeping such thoughts wholly at a distance in hours of mirth and careless ease. To him such a mixture will seem, no doubt, ill-judged and repulsive. And that such an Art exists I do not dispute: with youth, good health, and sufficient money, it seems quite possible to lead, for years together, a life of unmixed gaiety--with the exception of one solemn fact, with which we are liable to be confronted at any moment, even in the midst of the most brilliant company or the most sparkling entertainment. A man may fix his own times for admitting serious thought, for attending public worship, for prayer, for reading the Bible: all such matters he can defer to that 'convenient season', which is so apt never to occur at all: but he cannot defer, for one single moment, the necessity of attending to a message, which may come before he has finished reading this page,' this night shalt thy soul be required of thee.'The ever-present sense of this grim possibility has been, in all ages, 1 an incubus that men have striven to shake off. Few more interesting subjects of enquiry could be found, by a student of history, than the various weapons that have been used against this shadowy foe. Saddest of all must have been the thoughts of those who saw indeed an existence beyond the grave, but an existence far more terrible than annihilation--an existence as filmy, impalpable, all but invisible spectres, drifting about, through endless ages, in a world of shadows, with nothing to do, nothing to hope for, nothing to love! In the midst of the gay verses of that genial 'bon vivant' Horace, there stands one dreary word whose utter sadness goes to one's heart. It is the word 'exilium' in the well-known passageOmnes eodem cogimur, omniumVersatur urna serius ociusSors exitura et nos in aeternumExilium impositura cymbae.Yes, to him this present life--spite of all its weariness and all its sorrow--was the only life worth having: all else was 'exile'! Does it not seem almost incredible that one, holding such a creed, should ever have smiled?And many in this day, I fear, even though believing in an existence beyond the grave far more real than Horace ever dreamed of, yet regard it as a sort of 'exile' from all the joys of life, and so adopt Horace's theory, and say 'let us eat and drink, for to-morrow we die.'We go to entertainments, such as the theatre--I say 'we', for I also go to the play, whenever I get a chance of seeing a really good one and keep at arm's length, if possible, the thought that we may not return alive. Yet how do you know--dear friend, whose patience has carried you through this garrulous preface that it may not be your lot, when mirth is fastest and most furious, to feel the sharp pang, or the deadly faintness, which heralds the final crisis--to see, with vague wonder, anxious friends bending over you to hear their troubled whispers perhaps yourself to shape the question, with trembling lips, "Is it serious?", and to be told "Yes: the end is near" (and oh, how different all Life will look when those words are said!)--how do you know, I say, that all this may not happen to you, this night?And dare you, knowing this, say to yourself "Well, perhaps it is an immoral play: perhaps the situations are a little too 'risky', the dialogue a little too strong, the 'business' a little too suggestive.I don't say that conscience is quite easy: but the piece is so clever, I must see it this once! I'll begin a stricter life to-morrow." To-morrow, and to-morrow, and tomorrow!"Who sins in hope, who, sinning, says,'Sorrow for sin God's judgement stays!'Against God's Spirit he lies; quite stops Mercy with insult; dares, and drops,Like a scorch'd fly, that spins in vainUpon the axis of its pain,Then takes its doom, to limp and crawl,Blind and forgot, from fall to fall."Let me pause for a moment to say that I believe this thought, of the possibility of death--if calmly realised, and steadily faced would be one of the best possible tests as to our going to any scene of amusement being right or wrong. If the thought of sudden death acquires, for you, a special horror when imagined as happening in a theatre, then be very sure the theatre is harmful for you, however harmless it may be for others; and that you are incurring a deadly peril in going. Be sure the safest rule is that we should not dare to live in any scene in which we dare not die.But, once realise what the true object is in life--that it is not pleasure, not knowledge, not even fame itself, 'that last infirmity of noble minds'--but that it is the development of character, the rising to a higher, nobler, purer standard, the building-up of the perfect Man--and then, so long as we feel that this is going on, and will (we trust) go on for evermore, death has for us no terror; it is not a shadow, but a light; not an end, but a beginning!One other matter may perhaps seem to call for apology--that I should have treated with such entire want of sympathy the British passion for 'Sport', which no doubt has been in by-gone days, and is still, in some forms of it, an excellent school for hardihood and for coolness in moments of danger.But I am not entirely without sympathy for genuine 'Sport': I can heartily admire the courage of the man who, with severe bodily toil, and at the risk of his life, hunts down some 'man-eating' tiger: and I can heartily sympathize with him when he exults in the glorious excitement of the chase and the hand-to-hand struggle with the monster brought to bay. But I can but look with deep wonder and sorrow on the hunter who, at his ease and in safety, can find pleasure in what involves, for some defenceless creature, wild terror and a death of agony: deeper, if the hunter be one who has pledged himself to preach to men the Religion of universal Love: deepest of all, if it be one of those 'tender and delicate' beings, whose very name serves as a symbol of Love--'thy love to me was wonderful, passing the love of women'--whose mission here is surely to help and comfort all that are in pain or sorrow!'Farewell, farewell! but this I tellTo thee, thou Wedding-Guest!He prayeth well, who loveth wellBoth man and bird and beast.He prayeth best, who loveth bestAll things both great and small;For the dear God who loveth us,He made and loveth all.' ~ Lewis Carroll, Sylvie and Bruno ,

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1:two children and the ~ Susan May,
2:And children know, ~ Walter Scott,
3:Children are a place ~ Celeste Ng,
4:Look at children... ~ Dalai Lama,
5:Aymaras—“children ~ Isabel Allende,
6:They are but children. ~ Gene Brewer,
7:children get to bed now. ~ Harper Lee,
8:I like children - fried. ~ W C Fields,
9:Children love me, dammit! ~ Kurt Angle,
10:Love's what children do. ~ M L Stedman,
11:Children are so precious. ~ Shayne Ward,
12:All Children are Artists ~ Pablo Picasso,
13:Children are geniuses. ~ Kristin Cashore,
14:Got 27 children I never see. ~ Tom Waits,
15:Great Stories for Children ~ Ruskin Bond,
16:We are all God's children. ~ Sri Chinmoy,
17:We're all God's children. ~ Dolly Parton,
18:Children are a gift from God. ~ Anonymous,
19:I have two grandchildren. ~ Gloria Allred,
20:Never let the children cry, ~ Bob Marley,
21:Once there were four children ~ C S Lewis,
22:Tell the children the truth. ~ Bob Marley,
23:Children think sex is funny ~ Joe Brainard,
24:I am where dead children go. ~ Rin Chupeco,
25:Children are very wise ~ Virginia C Andrews,
26:I'm the third of five children. ~ Rand Paul,
27:Move children! Vamanos! ~ M Night Shyamalan,
28:There is truth in wine and children ~ Plato,
29:All Children Have Brain Damage! ~ Bill Cosby,
30:Shotguns and children don't mix. ~ Lee Child,
31:Unhappily children do hurt flies ~ Jean Rhys,
32:What do the only children do? ~ Ann Patchett,
33:Ah, there are no children nowadays. ~ Moliere,
34:All God’s children have shoes. ~ Stephen King,
35:Children and fools cannot lie. ~ John Heywood,
36:Children can change the world. ~ Jane Goodall,
37:Children live what they learn. ~ Diane Greene,
38:Disneyland is Vegas for children. ~ Tom Waits,
39:DREAMS THE CHILDREN HAVE FOR ~ Iyanla Vanzant,
40:We are all the children of God ~ Alice Bailey,
41:All mothers breed dead children. ~ Mie Hansson,
42:Children and fooles cannot lye. ~ John Heywood,
43:Children are all sorts of people, ~ Ann Leckie,
44:I'm obsessed with my children. ~ Travis Barker,
45:My children are my whole life. ~ Kelly LeBrock,
46:Noble fathers have noble children. ~ Euripides,
47:There were always children, Miss ~ Colm T ib n,
48:Ah, there are no longer any children! ~ Moliere,
49:All children, except one, grow up. ~ J M Barrie,
50:Children always turn to the light. ~ David Hare,
51:Children understand. ~ Antoine de Saint Exup ry,
52:Fuck children for being creepy. ~ Tade Thompson,
53:God has no cousins, only children. ~ Max Lucado,
54:God never abandons His children. ~ Paulo Coelho,
55:I love my children unconditionally. ~ Gary Kemp,
56:One of the children lived. ~ Michael J Sullivan,
57:Our children are our hearts. ~ Michael Connelly,
58:We were all just children once. ~ Leigh Bardugo,
59:Wu-Tang is for the children. ~ Ol Dirty Bastard,
60:always loved children.” Nellie ~ Greer Hendricks,
61:Beatles, women and children first! ~ Ringo Starr,
62:Children are the keys of paradise. ~ Eric Hoffer,
63:Children be comforted, I am well. ~ Joseph Haydn,
64:Happy, calm children learn best ~ Daniel Goleman,
65:Only thieves and children run. ~ Tracy Chevalier,
66:Children make your life important. ~ Erma Bombeck,
67:I could have sat on the children. ~ Thea Harrison,
68:I hate children! I hate them all! ~ Lindsay Lohan,
69:Love is for children and dimwads. ~ Ellen Hopkins,
70:luck belongs to children and madmen. ~ Robin Hobb,
71:Mom worked with autistic children. ~ Isabel Lucas,
72:Never work with animals or children. ~ W C Fields,
73:What are men? Children who doubt. ~ Derek Walcott,
74:who bore him three children ~ William Shakespeare,
75:All my films are all my children. ~ Hayao Miyazaki,
76:Books, the children of the brain. ~ Jonathan Swift,
77:Cheer up, children, I am all right. ~ Joseph Haydn,
78:Children are all foreigners. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
79:Children are gleeful barbarians. ~ Joe Morgenstern,
80:Children are such consummate liars ~ Jasper Fforde,
81:Fair and unfair are for children ~ Michelle Lovric,
82:If children could, if adults knew. ~ Sigmund Freud,
83:In the real world, children love me. ~ Jackie Chan,
84:pretty mother of two young children ~ JoAnn Durgin,
85:She found beauty in the children. ~ Sinclair Lewis,
86:All children, except one, grow up. ~ James M Barrie,
87:And they fell asleep like children. ~ Richard Yates,
88:Children: a torment and nothing more. ~ Leo Tolstoy,
89:I care about the children of Detroit. ~ John Engler,
90:I didn't play with other children. ~ Karl Lagerfeld,
91:Little children, keep yourselves from idols. ~ John,
92:Proud parents to two children ~ John Walter Bratton,
93:Read to your children all of the time ~ Taylor Mali,
94:Repentance is for little children. ~ Adolf Eichmann,
95:We are children of earth and sky. ~ Guy Gavriel Kay,
96:You gotsta love all God's children! ~ Joseph Lowery,
97:Adults follow paths. Children explore. ~ Neil Gaiman,
98:All children are mirrors of death ~ Jean Paul Sartre,
99:But children disappeared all the time, ~ Nancy Kress,
100:Children are no antidote to loneliness. ~ Erica Jong,
101:Euclid for children is barbarous. ~ Oliver Heaviside,
102:I am fond of children - except boys. ~ Lewis Carroll,
103:Lord save little children! They abide. ~ Davis Grubb,
104:Our children are weird. Nicely phrased. ~ John Green,
105:Sarcasm was a weapon for children. ~ Jennifer Echols,
106:Some children are wiser than adults. ~ Thubten Yeshe,
107:Train our children to love God. ~ Daniel Harvey Hill,
108:What a gamble it is to have children! ~ Rebecca West,
109:When adults wage war, children perish. ~ Elie Wiesel,
110:Wise men hear and see as little children do. ~ Laozi,
111:Your children get only one childhood. ~ Regina Brett,
112:Blame is for God and small children. ~ Dustin Hoffman,
113:Children hated generously, capriciously. ~ Ian McEwan,
114:God doesn't have any grandchildren. ~ E Stanley Jones,
115:God, my children, is the wilderness. ~ Steven Erikson,
116:Laywers, I suppose, were children once. ~ Jane Gardam,
117:Love is for children. I owe him a debt. ~ Joss Whedon,
118:My grandchildren are fabulous and funny. ~ Erica Jong,
119:My own children rarely brush their teeth. ~ Anonymous,
120:Never have children, only grandchildren. ~ Gore Vidal,
121:No one chooses to raise children alone. ~ Erykah Badu,
122:Peanut butter is pâté for children. ~ Brigitte Bardot,
123:Savage mothers eat their children! ~ Michael McDowell,
124:We are all children when we sleep. ~ Rabih Alameddine,
125:We are the buffoons of our children. ~ Pietro Aretino,
126:What madness to beget children! ~ Joris Karl Huysmans,
127:All children are essentially criminal. ~ Denis Diderot,
128:All my children inherited perfect pitch. ~ Chevy Chase,
129:Children and fools always speak the truth ~ Mark Twain,
130:Children are apt to forget to remember. ~ E E Cummings,
131:Children reinvent your world for you. ~ Susan Sarandon,
132:Children want to do what grownups do. ~ Beverly Cleary,
133:Familiarity breeds contempt and children. ~ Mark Twain,
134:God has pity on kindergarten children ~ Yehuda Amichai,
135:Grandparents are God's gifts to children. ~ Bill Cosby,
136:I am only as good as my children are. ~ Michelle Obama,
137:I enjoy helping young children succeed. ~ William Hung,
138:I'm way too selfish to have children. ~ Colleen Hoover,
139:It isn't just children who need heros. ~ Tamora Pierce,
140:Lawyers, I suppose, were children once. ~ Charles Lamb,
141:Let all children come unto me. ~ Marian Wright Edelman,
142:Love is like ice in the hands of children. ~ Sophocles,
143:Men are but children of a larger growth. ~ John Dryden,
144:The cobbler’s children go barefoot, ~ Jonathan Tropper,
145:The first victims are always the children. ~ Loung Ung,
146:Where children are, there is the golden age. ~ Novalis,
147:All God's children need traveling shoes. ~ Maya Angelou,
148:a sense, considering it on her children's ~ Jo Beverley,
149:Chickens, children, they're all the same. ~ Emma Hooper,
150:Children and fools always speak the truth. ~ Mark Twain,
151:Children are the citizens of tomorrow. ~ Mallika Chopra,
152:Children do better when they feel better. ~ Jane Nelsen,
153:Children's books are by nature partisan. ~ Eric Walters,
154:Cruel children, crying babies, ~ Robert Louis Stevenson,
155:I always love writing about children. ~ Joanna Trollope,
156:I am glad that I do not have any children. ~ Anna Freud,
157:I believe the children are our future ~ Whitney Houston,
158:It's not just children who need heroes. ~ Tamora Pierce,
159:Lawyers, I suppose, were children once.’ – ~ Harper Lee,
160:Lawyers, I suppose were once children, too ~ Harper Lee,
161:Let's welcome the children into the world. ~ Mike Pence,
162:Men aren't asked about their children. ~ Julianne Moore,
163:Men from children nothing differ. ~ William Shakespeare,
164:Prison is for other people’s children. ~ Angela Marsons,
165:Those Athena children always had a plan. ~ Rick Riordan,
166:Tomorrow we settle this like children. ~ Jhonen V squez,
167:with a man. Three children walking stolidly ~ Lee Child,
168:you have to smile at idiots and children. ~ Jim Butcher,
169:bastards grow up faster than other children. ~ Anonymous,
170:Children are the anchors of a mother's life. ~ Sophocles,
171:Familiarity breeds contempt - and children. ~ Mark Twain,
172:Fathers should speak with their children. ~ Pope Francis,
173:I believe that children are our future ~ Whitney Houston,
174:I'm living a life. I have nine children. ~ Stevie Wonder,
175:I wish this country was run by children ~ Jonathan Dunne,
176:Let's teach our children to be thinkers. ~ Jacque Fresco,
177:My best creation is my children. ~ Diane von Furstenberg,
178:Now then, leave the children to themselves ~ Leo Tolstoy,
179:Spring appears and we are once more children. ~ Stendhal,
180:The soul is cured through children. ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky,
181:We are the world, we are the children. ~ Michael Jackson,
182:Beloved, now we are children of God. ~ Smith Wigglesworth,
183:But O, sick children of the world, ~ William Butler Yeats,
184:Children are our greatest untapped resource. ~ Dalai Lama,
185:Children are our most valuable resource. ~ Herbert Hoover,
186:Children are what the mothers are. ~ Walter Savage Landor,
187:Children make you want to start life over. ~ Muhammad Ali,
188:Death will be my wedding, children and glory. ~ Euripides,
189:For his children, he would move mountains. ~ Ren e Ahdieh,
190:God looks after children, animals and idiots. ~ Lou Holtz,
191:I always knew I wanted to have children. ~ Cindy Crawford,
192:I call children "our ultimate investment." ~ Laura Huxley,
193:If young children boo me, that makes my day. ~ Tom Felton,
194:I hope I inspire children to make films. ~ Martin Freeman,
195:I like children. If they're properly cooked. ~ W C Fields,
196:I like throwing snowballs at small children. ~ Sam Mendes,
197:Little children, guard yourselves from idols. ~ Anonymous,
198:saw females and children who appeared to ~ Isabel Allende,
199:Sorrow makes us all children again. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
200:Through children the soul is healed… ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky,
201:... War is for everyone, for children too. ~ Robert Frost,
202:We are all children until our fathers die. ~ Melissa Bank,
203:Why are children so much smarter than adults? ~ Dara Horn,
204:You are almost never cool to your children. ~ Neil Gaiman,
205:Adults are just children who earn money. ~ Kenneth Branagh,
206:Children need models rather than critics. ~ Joseph Joubert,
207:Coitus is random, children are definite. ~ Thomas Keneally,
208:Fear is a state of nervousness only fit for children ~ RZA,
209:I do not teach children, I give them joy. ~ Isadora Duncan,
210:I'm fascinated in the children within adults. ~ Jason Gann,
211:Instinct chooses her own children. ~ Gregory David Roberts,
212:I've worked with children all my life. ~ Denzel Washington,
213:Let's not bequeath the pop charts to just children. ~ Bono,
214:Now's the time when children's noses ~ Katherine Mansfield,
215:Our children are being raised by appliances. ~ Bill Moyers,
216:Our children are hostages to the world. ~ Maureen F McHugh,
217:Philosophy has forgotten about children ~ Bernhard Schlink,
218:the children and me ahead, and then he will ~ Bodie Thoene,
219:the Massachusetts School for Idiotic Children ~ John Lloyd,
220:We are all children, Kheldar.
--Cyradis ~ David Eddings,
221:Weep not for me but for thy children. ~ F Scott Fitzgerald,
222:1CH19.6 And when the children of Ammon saw that ~ Anonymous,
223:Add children to the list of things I hate. ~ Lauren Morrill,
224:A generation of children has been betrayed. ~ William Hague,
225:Birds fly, fish swim, and children play. ~ Garry L Landreth,
226:Children add to the wonder of being alive. ~ Herbert Hoover,
227:Children are everything we could have been. ~ Bryant McGill,
228:Children have neither past nor future; ~ Jean de la Bruyere,
229:Hope is born again in the faces of children. ~ Maya Angelou,
230:Humorists always sit at the children's table. ~ Woody Allen,
231:I am curious about grownups, not children. ~ Jerzy Kosinski,
232:I strongly support the feeding of children. ~ Gerald R Ford,
233:I want my ex-wife and children to be happy. ~ Scott Weiland,
234:Killing children or adults -- equally horrible. ~ NisiOisiN,
235:Lonely children probably wrote the Bible. ~ Heather O Neill,
236:Most parents don't know really their children. ~ John Green,
237:most parents don’t know really their children. ~ John Green,
238:Most parents don’t know really their children. ~ Otto Frank,
239:Most parents don't really know their children. ~ John Green,
240:Our children tremble in their teen-age cribs, ~ Anne Sexton,
241:Reading to small children is a specialty. ~ Clifton Fadiman,
242:Self-pity was for children and half-wits. ~ Joe Abercrombie,
243:Shee spins well that breedes her children. ~ George Herbert,
244:sometimes luck belongs to children and madmen. ~ Robin Hobb,
245:Sorrow makes us all children again - ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
246:The dogs did bark, the children screamed, ~ William Cowper,
247:The three children had no chance to visit the ~ Enid Blyton,
248:those children to work while Tom’s in jail. If ~ Harper Lee,
249:Time is a game played beautifully by children. ~ Heraclitus,
250:We don't teach our children how to dream. ~ Stephen LaBerge,
251:You can't expect your children to be perfect. ~ Grace Jones,
252:All men know their children mean more than life. ~ Euripides,
253:And none of us became children to be orphans. ~ Laini Taylor,
254:Children are our greatest natural resource. ~ Herbert Hoover,
255:Children can be shaped into any way one desires. ~ Anonymous,
256:Children don't get cheaper when they turn six. ~ Chris Bowen,
257:Children have a strange tolerance for repetition. ~ Jung Yun,
258:Children (nay, and men too) do most by example. ~ John Locke,
259:Children of heroes have glory for breakfast. ~ William Edgar,
260:Children spell love with four letters: T-I-M-E. ~ Max Lucado,
261:Children were experiments, and his had failed. ~ Maile Meloy,
262:Did your great-grandfather have any children? ~ Fern Britton,
263:God is faithful even when his children are not. ~ Max Lucado,
264:Good words will not give me back my children. ~ Chief Joseph,
265:GO SISTER
CHILDREN MUST ALWAYS BE KEPT SAFE. ~ Sui Ishida,
266:Hmp, maybe we need a police force of children . ~ Harper Lee,
267:Kids your age will always be children to me. ~ Carolyn Brown,
268:Love? Love is for children and poor people... ~ Molly Harper,
269:Men are all alike. Grown-up children. ~ Suzanne Woods Fisher,
270:Oldest children are always high-achieving bores. ~ Jenny Han,
271:One of the most popular children’s books ever’ – ~ Anonymous,
272:Parents and children seldom act in concert: ~ Samuel Johnson,
273:Perhaps it takes courage to raise children. ~ John Steinbeck,
274:Some people should never have children. ~ Eric Van Lustbader,
275:There are children with dreams counting on us. ~ Tom Vilsack,
276:The sports of children satisfy the child. ~ Oliver Goldsmith,
277:The winter does what it can for its children. ~ John Ashbery,
278:toward my children, but I know that was ~ Robert W Firestone,
279:We are always children to our mothers. ~ Ivy Compton Burnett,
280:We are writing for children...not idiots. ~ Ludwig Bemelmans,
281:We, her children, are heroic, dersperate. ~ Marguerite Duras,
282:You can't live your life through your children. ~ Carl Lewis,
283:younger children.” Roady’s eyes warmed. She ~ Caroline Fyffe,
284:All children are sad,
but some get over it. ~ Louise Penny,
285:Children become like the things they love. ~ Maria Montessori,
286:Children’s laughter is the music of heaven. ~ Linda Goodnight,
287:Children ... smile as many as 400 times per day. ~ Ron Gutman,
288:Dreams are the children of idled minds. ~ William Shakespeare,
289:Every man should see the birth of his children ~ Dennis Banks,
290:I don't know how to write a children's book. ~ Maurice Sendak,
291:I grew up on the golden age of children's TV. ~ Edward Norton,
292:I preferred sewing to bossing little children. ~ Mother Jones,
293:I was a wonderful parent before I had children. ~ Adele Faber,
294:Men, in general, are but great children. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte,
295:Must we make battlegrounds out of our children? ~ Sarah Perry,
296:Our children are our most important assets. ~ Rodney Erickson,
297:Perhaps it takes courage to raise children.. ~ John Steinbeck,
298:The children form his human shield. There’s ~ Suzanne Collins,
299:There are no amateurs in the world of children. ~ Don DeLillo,
300:They were amazing, fierce, beautiful children. ~ Adam Gidwitz,
301:We cannot give our children what we don’t have. ~ Brene Brown,
302:When you wanna rock hard, children, lean on F#. ~ Tom Morello,
303:Women that bear children must exist in Zululand only. ~ Shaka,
304:You left us. How do you leave your children?” “I ~ Vi Keeland,
305:All men are children, and of one family. ~ Henry David Thoreau,
306:Already the new-born children interpret love ~ Wallace Stevens,
307:And heaven wept to see the sins of her children. ~ Lauren Kate,
308:As children grow, they gravitate to their fates. ~ Mitch Albom,
309:Because you’re children and you can understand it, ~ Anonymous,
310:Children don’t need things, they need love. But ~ Kelly Rimmer,
311:Children, don't waste a single second. ~ Mata Amritanandamayi,
312:Childrens' laughter is like medicine to sadness. ~ Tyler Perry,
313:Fear is a state of nervousness only fit for children ~ The RZA,
314:Gay adoption is discrimination against children ~ Pope Francis,
315:Never allow your enemies to educate your children. ~ Malcolm X,
316:Nothing you do for children is ever wasted. ~ Garrison Keillor,
317:Once you have six children, you're committed. ~ Angelina Jolie,
318:The children of hell shan’t go hungry on my watch. ~ Anonymous,
319:The children of Lucifer are often beautiful— ~ Agatha Christie,
320:The cruelty of children comes as news to no one. ~ Yann Martel,
321:The day we were born, we were all God's children. ~ Ray Davies,
322:The soul is healed by being with children. ~ Fyodor Dostoevsky,
323:The soul is healed by being with children ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky,
324:trust a man who doesn’t like children or animals, ~ Jane Green,
325:We are all meant to shine, as children do. ~ Steven Pressfield,
326:When you have children, you're obligated to live. ~ Anne Tyler,
327:work with deficient children (1898 to 1900) ~ Maria Montessori,
328:1CH19.9 And the children of Ammon came out, and put ~ Anonymous,
329:Be not children in understanding,be men. ~ I Corinthians XIV 20,
330:children are a thing only a parent can stand, ~ Thornton Wilder,
331:Children are very fair minded, they really are. ~ Chinua Achebe,
332:Children of the night?’ ‘Believe me, they’re down ~ Simon Clark,
333:Dare to be the adults we want our children to be. ~ Brene Brown,
334:"God loves all his children" is somehow forgotten ~ Macklemore,
335:I am available for children's parties, by the way. ~ Bill Hicks,
336:I love children. I've always loved children. ~ Georgina Chapman,
337:I mostly want to be friends with my children. ~ Vanessa Paradis,
338:Let our children be taught love love love. ~ Daniel Harvey Hill,
339:Let your children go if you want to keep them. ~ Malcolm Forbes,
340:My children are lovely. They're perfect. ~ Kristin Scott Thomas,
341:NCLB should be called "More Children Left behind". ~ Jim DeMint,
342:Not by force shall the children learn, but through play ~ Plato,
343:Only a fool would let his enemy teach his children. ~ Malcolm X,
344:Our children's children will hear a good story. ~ Richard Adams,
345:Perfection is terrible, it cannot have children. ~ Sylvia Plath,
346:Remember, children, all the stories are true. ~ Cassandra Clare,
347:schoolchildren. Plus he has erectile dysfunction. ~ J A Konrath,
348:So parents, get your children's permission to watch! ~ Triple H,
349:Steppenwolf and Operation International Children, ~ Gary Sinise,
350:Summer, and he watched his children's heart break. ~ Harper Lee,
351:The soul is healed by being with children. ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky,
352:When family ties are disturbed, devoted children arise. ~ Laozi,
353:Wisdom is vindicated by all her children. ~ Luke the Evangelist,
354:Wisdom sits with children round her knees. ~ William Wordsworth,
355:a classic children’s book from Catherynne Valente. ~ John Scalzi,
356:Another leadership quality is courage. Children ~ Hannah Raybans,
357:Be like children , Not childish BUT childlike. ~ Michael Jackson,
358:Children are f - king crazy. They're also suicidal. ~ Mila Kunis,
359:Children are the anchors that hold a mother to life. ~ Sophocles,
360:Children do not constitute anyone's property: ~ Mikhail Bakunin,
361:Children don’t need drugs, because they have sweets. ~ Anonymous,
362:Children have their morning song as well as birds. ~ Victor Hugo,
363:Children live life as a controlled experiment. ~ Jennifer Senior,
364:Children must be educated by love, not punishment. ~ James Joyce,
365:Children need continuity as they grow and learn. ~ Thomas Menino,
366:Children see magic because they look for it. ~ Christopher Moore,
367:Children sniff out secrets better than the NSA. ~ Victor LaValle,
368:Fathers, provoke not your children to wrath. ~ Fyodor Dostoevsky,
369:Finance, like time, devours its own children. ~ Honore de Balzac,
370:God bless all the little children in the world. ~ Richard Dawson,
371:Grownups shouldn’t turn their backs on children. ~ Deborah Ellis,
372:Having children really changes your priorities. ~ Cindy Crawford,
373:Having children with someone is the real bond. ~ Francesca Annis,
374:I don't remember my life before I had children. ~ John Malkovich,
375:If children have interest, then Education happens ~ Sugata Mitra,
376:I have four children and I have seven grandkids. ~ Dick Van Dyke,
377:I love kids and children, and I love being a mom. ~ Jennie Garth,
378:It's not only children who grow. Parents do too. ~ Joyce Maynard,
379:Lawyers, I suppose, were children once. Charles Lamb ~ Anonymous,
380:Like the children we will never ever cease to be. ~ Paulo Coelho,
381:Men deal with life as children with their play, ~ William Cowper,
382:nurturers in our society: women to whom children ~ Peter Vronsky,
383:The intelligent desire self-control; children want candy. ~ Rumi,
384:The visions we offer our children shape the future. ~ Carl Sagan,
385:Time spent with your children is time wisely spent. ~ Mark Twain,
386:What's done to the children is done to society. ~ Gautama Buddha,
387:You should always trust the instincts of children. ~ Ally Carter,
388:All these differences between children and adults ~ Alison Gopnik,
389:Children are assholes and they ruin everything. ~ Gabourey Sidibe,
390:Children are capable of such open rudeness. ~ Trenton Lee Stewart,
391:Children are our most valuable natural resource. ~ Herbert Hoover,
392:Children are the world's most valuable resource. ~ Jerry Sandusky,
393:Children are to be welcomed, cherished, protected. ~ Pope Francis,
394:Children give life a reason to be - they make life. ~ Len Goodman,
395:Children give terrible gifts because they are poor. ~ Rob Delaney,
396:Children have taught me to always be forgiving. ~ Michael Jackson,
397:Children inherit their parents' madness. ~ Gabriel Garc a M rquez,
398:Children inherit their parents’ madness. ~ Gabriel Garc a M rquez,
399:Children represent God's most generous gift to us. ~ James Dobson,
400:Children's hospitals are not designed for teenagers. ~ John Green,
401:Divorce can leave children feeling like defectors. ~ Diane Greene,
402:Every generation of children has its private hero. ~ Arthur Smith,
403:Fathers, provoke not your children to wrath. ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky,
404:Grandchildren are their grandparents' toys. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
405:I did not become a father because I am fond of children. ~ Thales,
406:I don't have slim children. I have hearty ones. ~ Jessica Capshaw,
407:I hate all children of precocious talent. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero,
408:I love children. I'm embarrassingly baby-crazy. ~ Sarah Silverman,
409:I must endure...for the world for the children. ~ Michael Jackson,
410:Loving children is easy. Keeping them is hard. ~ Michael Robotham,
411:Made weird children--will die proud. -Rachel Pealer ~ Larry Smith,
412:Men and women are but children of a larger growth. ~ George Eliot,
413:NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children, ~ Julie Lythcott Haims,
414:Only the guilty are guilty. Their children are not. ~ Elie Wiesel,
415:People like to make children into little grown-ups. ~ Mara Wilson,
416:Please, mein Herr, shoot the children cleanly. ~ Jonathan Littell,
417:Talking among children is an overrated concept. ~ Gregory Maguire,
418:We must believe the things We teach our children ~ Woodrow Wilson,
419:We need to be the adults we want our children to be. ~ Bren Brown,
420:When you have children it wakes up the child in you. ~ Jeppe Hein,
421:wife and their three children had taken a quick ~ Walter Isaacson,
422:Wisdom is justified by all her children.
Luke 7:35 ~ Anonymous,
423:A city is judged by the beauty of the children's parks. ~ Amit Ray,
424:All my children are my babies. They're our babies. ~ Stevie Wonder,
425:But I thought you said you like children, Professor, ~ Imbolo Mbue,
426:Children are often the silent victims of drug abuse. ~ Rick Larsen,
427:Children are unaccountable little creatures. ~ Katherine Mansfield,
428:Children become adults who become children again. ~ Kristin Hannah,
429:Children do make life more interesting, he thought. ~ S M Stirling,
430:Children have a great urge to learn about dinosaurs. ~ Jack Horner,
431:Every woman wants to get married and have children. ~ Fannie Flagg,
432:Fallow land is kind to children, and keeps off the hexes. ~ Hesiod,
433:For all for children
To whom we entrust the future ~ Lois Lowry,
434:Give to these children, new from the world, ~ William Butler Yeats,
435:How many children go to sleep at night afraid of hell? ~ Anonymous,
436:I, and all the rest of us, are charity-children. ~ Charlotte Bront,
437:If we taught children to speak, they'd never learn. ~ William Hull,
438:I'm not writing to make anyone's children feel safe. ~ J K Rowling,
439:In wars, it is always the children who suffer the most. ~ T A Uner,
440:I travel all the time, and I have two small children. ~ Hope Davis,
441:I try to simplify things for the children. ~ Lucile Hadzihalilovic,
442:Lawyers, I suppose, were children once. —Charles Lamb ~ Harper Lee,
443:Like lost children we live our unfinished adventures. ~ Guy Debord,
444:Lord that she might be safe. She and my children. ~ Diana Gabaldon,
445:Love between parents begets love for the children. ~ Irvin D Yalom,
446:May the forests be with you and with your children. ~ Daniel Quinn,
447:most abducted children are taken by people they know; ~ Amy Gentry,
448:My wife was a beautiful woman before we had children. ~ Bill Cosby,
449:Never have more children than you have car windows. ~ Erma Bombeck,
450:Never work with children, puppies or bulimics ~ Augusten Burroughs,
451:No parent wants to be a burden to their children. ~ Kerry Lonsdale,
452:O children of desire, cast off your garb of vanities. ~ Baha-ullah,
453:Parents should never have to bury their own children. ~ Alex Jones,
454:The children in the woods play wild, secret games. ~ Gillian Flynn,
455:To the children and the innocent it's all the same. ~ Jack Kerouac,
456:Want to raise kind children? Be kind to your children. ~ L R Knost,
457:We are the children equally of the Sky and the Earth. ~ Carl Sagan,
458:We raise predators by treating children as prey. ~ Stefan Molyneux,
459:We're children. We're supposed to be childish. ~ George R R Martin,
460:Women's love is for their men, not for their children. ~ Euripides,
461:Buildings, too, are children of Earth and Sun. ~ Frank Lloyd Wright,
462:Children are excellent judges of character, you know ~ Mohsin Hamid,
463:Children are the anchors that hold a mother to life. ~ Jodi Picoult,
464:Children need parameters, know what's right or wrong. ~ Andy Garcia,
465:Children should be witnesses of parental affection. ~ Asa Don Brown,
466:Children's lies are signs of great talent. ~ Gabriel Garcia Marquez,
467:Children want to feel as though their life matters. ~ Asa Don Brown,
468:Children will usually live up to our expectations. ~ Steve Biddulph,
469:Future wife. Mother of my children. Keeper of my cock ~ Jewel E Ann,
470:Give us strength, oh Lord, to let our children starve. ~ Roald Dahl,
471:I get paid large sums of money to kill children. ~ Armand Rosamilia,
472:I had two children. I had a nanny to manage my kids. ~ Leslie Caron,
473:I hope my own children never have to fight a war. ~ George H W Bush,
474:I hope to be scaring children for the rest of my life. ~ Tom Felton,
475:Kinder, Kirche, Küche: children, church, kitchen; this ~ Jenna Blum,
476:My children are the most important thing in my life. ~ Columba Bush,
477:Necessity can sharpen the wits even of children. ~ Timothy Dwight V,
478:One thing I love is to do childrens hospital visits. ~ James Maslow,
479:Only children believe they're capable of everything. ~ Paulo Coelho,
480:Our fears are the bastard children of our longings. ~ Tiffany Reisz,
481:Posterity is the patriotic name for grandchildren. ~ Art Linkletter,
482:Sanctions always hurt the poor, the weak, the children. ~ Brian May,
483:Teach the children! It is painting in fresco. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
484:The best security for old age: respect your children. ~ Sholem Asch,
485:The illiteracy level of our children are appalling. ~ George W Bush,
486:The more I see of dogs, the more I like children. ~ Winifred Holtby,
487:The more wealth a man has, the louder his children talk. ~ E W Howe,
488:The only true immortality lies in one's children. ~ Johannes Brahms,
489:There's no such thing as other people's children. ~ Hillary Clinton,
490:Time ensures children never know their parents young. ~ Delia Owens,
491:We must marry, have children, reproduce the species. ~ Paulo Coelho,
492:When we are no longer children, we are already dead. ~ Damien Hirst,
493:You want to look younger... rent smaller children. ~ Phyllis Diller,
494:Actually, I didn't start sweating until I had children. ~ Dave Grohl,
495:Adults are just obsolete children and the hell with them. ~ Dr Seuss,
496:All children in adventure books have to be orphans. ~ Charlie Higson,
497:Anyone who hates children and animals can't be all bad. ~ W C Fields,
498:A vaguely pedophilic swing set seeks butts of children. ~ John Green,
499:Children and cats are the best machines of fun! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan,
500:Children are certainly too good to be true. ~ Robert Louis Stevenson,
501:Children aren't just our future. They're our present. ~ Ricky Martin,
502:Children don't have to be raised. They'll grow. ~ Buffy Sainte Marie,
503:Children learne to creepe ere they can learne to goe. ~ John Heywood,
504:Children need encouragement like plants need water ~ Rudolf Dreikurs,
505:Children refuse to compromise. Adults learn how. ~ Madeleine M Kunin,
506:children should be children as long as they can. ~ Louisa May Alcott,
507:Curiosity in children is but an appetite for knowledge. ~ John Locke,
508:Every book is a children's book if the kid can read! ~ Mitch Hedberg,
509:For children preserve the fame of a man after his death. ~ Aeschylus,
510:Happy children do not seem to grow up to be writers. ~ Piers Anthony,
511:If you have attacked me, your children will pay for it. ~ Benny Hinn,
512:I have four grown children and two tiny grandchildren. ~ Brock Yates,
513:I have three grandchildren and am hoping for 20. ~ Maureen Forrester,
514:In lying fashion you ignore what even children know. ~ Martin Luther,
515:In my 50s I'll be dancing at my children's weddings. ~ Michael J Fox,
516:Many childrens writers dont have children of their own ~ Mark Haddon,
517:My father felt that children should make their own way. ~ Ron Reagan,
518:prasadam from the children’s hands and the children ~ Renita D Silva,
519:See the world with the innocence of children. ~ Neale Donald Walsch,
520:Sometimes I've been to cryin' for unborn children ~ Maureen McGovern,
521:They're living proof that the 3 stooges had children. ~ Bobby Heenan,
522:To be reborn is to become children over again. ~ Sri Ramana Maharshi,
523:To write for children at all is an act of faith. ~ Madeleine L Engle,
524:Vampires. Honestly, they're like children sometimes. ~ Richelle Mead,
525:We children learned responsibility automatically. ~ James Earl Jones,
526:What's done to children, they will do to society. ~ Karl A Menninger,
527:When children stand quiet, they have done some ill. ~ George Herbert,
528:All children are curious, I think, but not all adults are. ~ Anne Roe,
529:All parents damage their children. It cannot be helped. ~ Mitch Albom,
530:An adult bully who made his children into his victims. ~ Sejal Badani,
531:As a gay parent I must flee Russia or lose my children ~ Masha Gessen,
532:Bless the children, for the national debt is theirs. ~ Herbert Hoover,
533:Building and marrying of Children are great wasters. ~ George Herbert,
534:But children robbed of love will dwell on magic. ~ Barbara Kingsolver,
535:Children aren’t people.  They’re just people larvae. ~ Wesley Allison,
536:Crying over their children’s hearts is what mothers do. ~ C J Redwine,
537:Elementary school children are very impressionable ~ David J Anderson,
538:I am in charity, my children, with all the servants of God. ~ Caedmon,
539:If children have interests, then education happens. ~ Arthur C Clarke,
540:If we value our children, we must cherish their parents ~ John Bowlby,
541:I gave myself to my children. It happens to some women. ~ Jane Gardam,
542:Insanity is hereditary; you get it from your children. ~ Sam Levenson,
543:It's very important to instill values in children. ~ James Van Praagh,
544:Los Angeles is a mother that devours her children. ~ Donald O Donovan,
545:Our children are not going to be just "our children" ~ Mary Calderone,
546:Our children grow old and elbow us into the grave. ~ Shirley Ann Grau,
547:Revenge is for children and the emotionally retarded. ~ Frank Herbert,
548:small children and a gray-looking husband (they left the ~ Jojo Moyes,
549:Stunned children stood in the middle of grubby yards. ~ Gillian Flynn,
550:That she bear children is not a woman's significance. ~ D H Lawrence,
551:That was our parents’ game; it was too hard for children. ~ Tim Guest,
552:The gods visit the sins of the fathers upon the children. ~ Euripides,
553:The rich don't have children; they have heirs. ~ Peter Charles Newman,
554:The rich get richer and the poor get - children. ~ F Scott Fitzgerald,
555:Tis much when sceptres are in children's hands, ~ William Shakespeare,
556:Today's children will become tomorrow's civilization. ~ L Ron Hubbard,
557:Train children not by compulsion but as if they were playing. ~ Plato,
558:Wars cannot be won by destroying women and children ~ William D Leahy,
559:We are all born children- the trick is remaining one. ~ Pablo Picasso,
560:We are made for more because we are children of God. ~ Lysa TerKeurst,
561:What gives me strength is thinking about my children. ~ Ken Kercheval,
562:What God is to the world, that parents are to their children. ~ Philo,
563:Women, then, are only children of a larger growth ~ Lord Chesterfield,
564:Your children don't have to fear you to respect you. ~ Michael Madsen,
565:Age merely shows what children we remain. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
566:A good book written for children can be read by adults ~ Norton Juster,
567:Aren't grown up people just little children at heart? ~ Adolphe Menjou,
568:balloonwallas tried to seduce the children with their ~ Thrity Umrigar,
569:Before they read words, children are reading pictures. ~ David Wiesner,
570:Children are not to be blamed for the faults of their parents. ~ Aesop,
571:Children bring their own love with them when they come. ~ Jean Ingelow,
572:Children go where they find sincerity and authenticity. ~ Eric Cantona,
573:Children's fiction is the most important fiction of all. ~ Neil Gaiman,
574:Education is teaching our children to desire the right things. ~ Plato,
575:Even as a child she had hated children; she still did. ~ Anthony Marra,
576:Folly is as often justified of her children as wisdom. ~ Edith Wharton,
577:For a father it is hell to be without your children; ~ Honor de Balzac,
578:For official purposes, these children do not exist. ~ Robert Muchamore,
579:Fuck every cause that ends in murder and children crying. ~ Iain Banks,
580:…he that has health and children will also have wealth ~ Chinua Achebe,
581:I love being with my children. They're fascinating people. ~ Amy Grant,
582:...in those days children were rather out of fashion. ~ Anthony Powell,
583:I think God outdid Himself when He created children. ~ Michael Jackson,
584:It is a cancerous myth, that children are resilient. ~ Julia Heaberlin,
585:It is the obliviousness of our children that saves us. ~ Anthony Doerr,
586:It's weird juggling children in a rhinestone outfit. ~ Madonna Ciccone,
587:I would give up my life for my children, but not myself. ~ Kate Chopin,
588:Let my children have music! Let them hear live music. ~ Charles Mingus,
589:Many forgotten things live still in children's tales. ~ Alison Croggon,
590:Mothers aren't allowed to have favorite children! ~ Bonnie Jo Campbell,
591:My imaginary friends have become my imaginary children. ~ Chris Colfer,
592:My music is best understood by children and animals. ~ Igor Stravinsky,
593:Nothing has a letter effect upon children than praise. ~ Philip Sidney,
594:Of all children how can the children of God be old? ~ George MacDonald,
595:Science Fiction is a branch of children's literature. ~ Thomas M Disch,
596:telling the truth about children's lives is radical. ~ Lucille Clifton,
597:The children are now working as if I did not exist. ~ Maria Montessori,
598:The children of blame are cynicism and hopelessness. ~ Stephen R Covey,
599:The same lust that leads to children leads to adultery. ~ David Brooks,
600:Vertue and a Trade are the best portion for Children. ~ George Herbert,
601:We're not raising children with the love that we need to. ~ Bill Cosby,
602:What we take for granted might not be here for our children. ~ Al Gore,
603:World is brighter with the happiness of children. ~ Mehmet Murat ildan,
604:All children are atheists, they have no idea of God. ~ Paul Henri Thiry,
605:All leaders strive to turn their followers into children. ~ Eric Hoffer,
606:A nation that kills its own children has no future. ~ Pope John Paul II,
607:Cats ... are like four-legged poster children for OCD. ~ Caroline Knapp,
608:Children are born to break their mothers' hearts, my boy. ~ Sabaa Tahir,
609:Children are born to break their mothers’ hearts, my boy. ~ Sabaa Tahir,
610:Children are resilient and strong with powerful spirits. ~ Rhea Perlman,
611:Children betrayed their parents by becoming their own people. ~ Les Lye,
612:Children have but little charity for each other's defects. ~ Mark Twain,
613:Children have but little charity for one another's defects ~ Mark Twain,
614:Children know something that most people have forgotten. ~ Keith Haring,
615:Children learn to read by being in the presence of books. ~ Horace Mann,
616:CHILDREN MUST BE TAUGHT HOW TO THINK, NOT WHAT TO THINK ~ Margaret Mead,
617:Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. ~ Anonymous,
618:...children should be children as long as they can. ~ Louisa May Alcott,
619:Children should not be used as pawns in a political fight. ~ Jay Carney,
620:Children usually do not blame themselves for getting lost. ~ Anna Freud,
621:Children will learn to do what they want to learn to do. ~ Sugata Mitra,
622:Civility is for divorced couples with children. – Chiara ~ Daniel Silva,
623:Come, dear children, let us away; Down and away below! ~ Matthew Arnold,
624:Dear Little Children, don't ever give up on your dreams. ~ Heather Wolf,
625:Duty grows everywhere--like children, like grass. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
626:Eating people is one thing. Eating children offends me. ~ Larry Correia,
627:Farewell, my children, forever. I go to your Father. ~ Marie Antoinette,
628:From the way children are treated society can be judged. ~ Pope Francis,
629:Go, children. Run and read. Read and run. Show and tell. ~ Ray Bradbury,
630:Having children is what a woman is born for, really. ~ Nastassja Kinski,
631:He didn’t mind killing children. He looked forward to it. ~ Dean Koontz,
632:Hee that hath a wife and children wants not businesse. ~ George Herbert,
633:he had stayed, he and his children would be long dead, ~ Danielle Steel,
634:I believe in love, children and being a good person. ~ Leighton Meester,
635:I'm a mother of three children, and we do make mistakes. ~ Keeley Hawes,
636:I saw guns and sharp swords in the hands of young children. ~ Bob Dylan,
637:it’s why men marry women and why women have children. ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
638:Life is only lived full-time by women with children. ~ Marguerite Duras,
639:Life's aspirations come in the guise of children. ~ Rabindranath Tagore,
640:Mothers who love their children take them along. ~ Maxine Hong Kingston,
641:My business is making people, especially children, happy. ~ Walt Disney,
642:My children, who don't know they play on a graveyard. ~ Suzanne Collins,
643:Our children are the gift we give the world we'll never see. ~ Lee Salk,
644:Rarely is the question asked: Is our children learning? ~ George W Bush,
645:Since I've had children I don't really like horror movies. ~ Ken Marino,
646:The best way to make children good is to make them happy. ~ Oscar Wilde,
647:The biggest lesson we have to give our children is truth. ~ Goldie Hawn,
648:The children of any nation are its future. A country, a ~ Oliver Tambo,
649:The children, the primitive, pagan, dangerous children, ~ Louis L Amour,
650:The more scared children are, the tighter they hug you. ~ Caitlin Moran,
651:There’s something nihilistic about not having children ~ Lionel Shriver,
652:We were by nature children of wrath, even as others. ~ Paul the Apostle,
653:When you write for children, don't write for children. ~ Charles Ghigna,
654:While your children are sleeping, your puppy is crappin'. ~ Frank Zappa,
655:Wishes are for children,” Jane Chatwin said. “I grew up. ~ Lev Grossman,
656:Women make us poets, children make us philosophers. ~ Malcolm De Chazal,
657:You are exactly the mom God knew your children needed. ~ Lysa TerKeurst,
658:You see much more of your children once they leave home. ~ Lucille Ball,
659:A few of the villagers began to stone us and our children. ~ Heidi Baker,
660:Ah, you know my weaknesses--my children and my horses. ~ Ulysses S Grant,
661:Children are like cats, only less useful and less furry. ~ Mark Lawrence,
662:Children are made readers on the laps of their parents ~ Emilie Buchwald,
663:Children must be taught how to think, not what to think. ~ Margaret Mead,
664:Children should neither be seen or heard from - ever again. ~ W C Fields,
665:Children today know more about sex than I or my father did. ~ Bill Cosby,
666:Children were only strangers you agreed to live with ~ Jeffrey Eugenides,
667:Children would only get in the way of our erotic lifestyle! ~ Mink Stole,
668:Grandchildren are God's reward for not killing your kids. ~ Tony Campolo,
669:Her children by herself after twenty years of an abusive. ~ Rhonda Byrne,
670:If I have no children what would be the point of living. ~ Sheena Easton,
671:If we're all God's children, what's so special about Jesus? ~ Jimmy Carr,
672:I'M PISSIN' ON GROWN WOMEN. R. KELLY DO IT TO CHILDREN. ~ Curtis Jackson,
673:In the fight among politicians, the children lost again. ~ Charlie Angus,
674:I think the Cincinnati Enquirer must be edited by children. ~ Mark Twain,
675:Many children... delight in the small and inconspicuous. ~ Rachel Carson,
676:MEDEA: The children are dead. I say this to make you suffer. ~ Euripides,
677:Mothers burning inside the risen suns of their children. ~ Karen Russell,
678:My children come first and the career comes in around that. ~ Diana Ross,
679:My children love me. I'm like the mother they never had. ~ Roseanne Barr,
680:My children treated me as if I were a normal, healthy mother ~ Anonymous,
681:My children were all made from paper and printer's ink. ~ Cornelia Funke,
682:My mother had lots and lots of children who didnt survive. ~ Dom DeLuise,
683:Nothing is more shameful than attacking sleeping children. ~ Ban Ki moon,
684:Our children are ever both joy and bane, are they not? ~ Carole Cummings,
685:Parents are the bones on which children cut their teeth. ~ Peter Ustinov,
686:Soft children with hard lives go mad or die young. ~ Lesley Nneka Arimah,
687:The race of children possesses magically sagacious powers. ~ Gail Godwin,
688:There was no such thing as a good divorce for children. ~ Liane Moriarty,
689:Unless we can be like children, we can't be happy. ~ Marianne Williamson,
690:We are, in the most profound sense, children of the Cosmos. ~ Carl Sagan,
691:What God chooses for us children of men is always the best. ~ Karl Barth,
692:What maintains one vice would bring up two children. ~ Benjamin Franklin,
693:A modern teacher educates children to value their emotions. ~ Haim Ginott,
694:Begin early to teach, for children begin early to sin. ~ Charles Spurgeon,
695:Children are made readers on the laps of their parents. ~ Emilie Buchwald,
696:Children don’t have to know everything about their parents. ~ Nathan Hill,
697:Children make theories when they are confused or anxious. ~ Sherry Turkle,
698:Children should neither be seen nor heard from – ever again. ~ W C Fields,
699:Children, viewed from one angle, are philosophy in motion. ~ Anthony Lane,
700:Dear parents, teach your children to pray. Pray with them. ~ Pope Francis,
701:Disobedient parents are a great trouble to their children. ~ Mason Cooley,
702:Dispel not, the happy delusions of children. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
703:Dogs speak words, but only poets and children Hear. ~ Patricia MacLachlan,
704:Dying is easier than watching your children in pain. ~ Randy Susan Meyers,
705:He that hath children, all his morsels are not his owne. ~ George Herbert,
706:I am an adult person who is not answerable to children. ~ Deanna Raybourn,
707:If you control the children, you control the future. ~ Michel Houellebecq,
708:I gave you seven children, but now you want to give them back. ~ B B King,
709:Imagine Oshkosh straitjackets for little insane children. ~ Steven Wright,
710:Insanity is hereditary. You can get it from your children. ~ Sam Levenson,
711:It is indeed a mistake to confuse children with angels ~ Douglas Coupland,
712:Of course parents want their children to confide in them. ~ Dirk Nowitzki,
713:Our children need our presence, not our presents. ~ Martin Luther King Jr,
714:Peace is one of the greatest gifts we can leave our children. ~ Jon Jones,
715:Raising children has made me more patient and selfless. ~ Candace Cameron,
716:she watched the children the way a snake might watch a cat. ~ Mark Haddon,
717:That’s how children deal with terror. They fall asleep. ~ Khaled Hosseini,
718:That's how children deal with terror, they fall asleep. ~ Khaled Hosseini,
719:The Americans are the illegitimate children of the English. ~ H L Mencken,
720:The best which entailed from parents to children, is the good behavior. ~,
721:The trouble with children is that they're not returnable. ~ Quentin Crisp,
722:We are led on, like little children, by a way we know not. ~ George Eliot,
723:We look for meaning and purpose; children bring that. ~ Johnathon Schaech,
724:Your children need your presence more than your presents. ~ Jesse Jackson,
725:Acting's not my whole life. My children definitely come first. ~ Meg Tilly,
726:As a father pitieth his children, so the Lord pitieth you. ~ Andrew Murray,
727:Because you're children and you can understand it," (pg. 228) ~ Harper Lee,
728:Cherishing children is the mark of a civilized society. ~ Joan Ganz Cooney,
729:Children are a gift from the LORD; they are a reward from him. ~ Anonymous,
730:Children are our future, and their mothers are its guardians. ~ Kofi Annan,
731:Children, being small and weak, have little market value. ~ Janusz Korczak,
732:Children learn more from what you are than what you teach. ~ W E B Du Bois,
733:Children now expect their parents to audition for approval. ~ Mason Cooley,
734:Children read more when they see other people reading. ~ Stephen D Krashen,
735:Children teach you worries that you never knew you had, ~ Susanna Kearsley,
736:Dogs and children loved my boyfriend. It was a simple fact. ~ Sarah Dessen,
737:Education is very important to me, as is helping children. ~ Mark Teixeira,
738:I believe in anything that causes mass hysteria in children. ~ Robby Takac,
739:I don't have any children; I have four middle-aged people. ~ Dick Van Dyke,
740:If God is love, then God has no stepchildren to love. ~ John Henrik Clarke,
741:If I can sit down for freedom, you can stand up for children. ~ Rosa Parks,
742:If you want real peace in the world, start with children. ~ Mahatma Gandhi,
743:I hope I am remembered by my children as a good father. ~ Orson Scott Card,
744:I shall never marry, Atticus." "Why?" "I might have children. ~ Harper Lee,
745:It's a mother's prerogative to lie about her children. ~ Marshall Thornton,
746:Let the children's laughter remind us how we used to be. ~ Whitney Houston,
747:Marriages are not normally made to avoid having children. ~ Rudolf Virchow,
748:My children were all made from paper and printer's ink... ~ Cornelia Funke,
749:My hope for the planet is my children and grandchildren. ~ Joanne Woodward,
750:No fathers or mothers think their own children ugly. ~ Miguel de Cervantes,
751:Our children change us... whether they live or not. ~ Lois McMaster Bujold,
752:Our greatest national resource is the minds of our children. ~ Walt Disney,
753:Ours are the arms with which God hugs and holds her children. ~ Sue Thoele,
754:Reality is like fine wine: it does not appeal to children. ~ Donald Miller,
755:Soap opera rappers, all these niggas sound like 'All My Children'. ~ Drake,
756:Some men do not know the father of 'their' children. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
757:Sometimes when you have children they're the opposites of you. ~ Tommy Lee,
758:Stories are like children. They grow in their own way. ~ Madeleine L Engle,
759:The General – so proud of killing Garde. Killing children. ~ Pittacus Lore,
760:The great regret of my life is that I didn't have children. ~ Charlie Rose,
761:The group, the herd, which is any collection of children. ~ John Steinbeck,
762:The only way I could relax was when I was with my children. ~ Andrew Wiles,
763:There is a tremendous range of children with a PDD label. ~ Temple Grandin,
764:The state doesn’t own your children. Parents own the children. ~ Rand Paul,
765:Up! Children of Zulu, your day has come. Up! and destroy them all! ~ Shaka,
766:We are given children to test us and make us more spiritual. ~ George Will,
767:We Finches don't marry the children of rednecked white trash. ~ Harper Lee,
768:We get strength and encouragement from watching children. ~ Hayao Miyazaki,
769:What will our children do in the morning if they do not see us fly? ~ Rumi,
770:When children are doing nothing, they are doing mischief. ~ Henry Fielding,
771:Why can't the English teach their children how to speak? ~ Alan Jay Lerner,
772:Why were children the only ones who ever got to melt down? ~ Y ko Tsushima,
773:Women should remain at home, sit still, and bear children. ~ Martin Luther,
774:Wrinkles are hereditary. Parents get them from their children. ~ Doris Day,
775:All children are born Atheists; they have no idea of God. ~ Baron d Holbach,
776:A marriage without children is the world without the sun. ~ Saint Augustine,
777:a mother, don’t you want your children to be better than you are? ~ E N Joy,
778:Characters begin as your children and become your teachers. ~ Chloe Thurlow,
779:Children are the only ones who don't want anything of me. ~ Michael Jackson,
780:Children should be allowed to be children and not be sold. ~ Sandra Bullock,
781:Children view their parents as both intrepid and omnipotent. ~ Harlan Coben,
782:Diddums. Critics claim that somebody who had no children could ~ Liz Nugent,
783:Each generation makes it's own accounting to its children. ~ Robert Kennedy,
784:Everyone shares a universal desire to protect the children. ~ Tori Spelling,
785:I don't argue with my enemies; I explain to their children. ~ Andre Malraux,
786:I don't teach my children what is Hindu and what is Muslim. ~ Shahrukh Khan,
787:If you have children in your house you have Frosted Flakes. ~ Padma Lakshmi,
788:I just ultimately wanted to be a mother. I love children. ~ Katherine Heigl,
789:I know it sounds so lame, but the songs are like my children. ~ Angel Olsen,
790:I see the children with their boredom and their vacant stares. ~ Billy Joel,
791:I talk to children like adults and to adults like children. ~ Bryant McGill,
792:I think any family would, any mother would their children. ~ Michelle Obama,
793:Most ideas are step-by-step children of other ideas. ~ Alex Faickney Osborn,
794:Mother is the name for God on the lips and hearts of children. ~ Dia Reeves,
795:Mothers shouldn’t be telling children over thirty how to live. ~ Robyn Carr,
796:Nothing is crueller than children who come from good homes. ~ Amanda Palmer,
797:Only those who are perfectly truthful can be my true children. ~ The Mother,
798:Our children should not be so taught as to despise labour. ~ Mahatma Gandhi,
799:Pleasures are always children, pains always have wrinkles. ~ Joseph Joubert,
800:Politics is a game, and games attract children, Meredith. ~ Michael Anderle,
801:Roland had sworn off children—they kept trying to kill him. ~ Ilona Andrews,
802:Teach your kids, and any children you can, to sanctify life. ~ Wayne W Dyer,
803:That’s how children deal with terror. They fall asleep. I ~ Khaled Hosseini,
804:There's nothing worse than poisoning our children's minds. ~ Michael Savage,
805:These were children, asking not just why but why so often? ~ Michelle Obama,
806:What more important job was there than raising children? ~ Jessica Strawser,
807:When you treat people like children, you get children’s work. ~ Jason Fried,
808:... wife and children are a kind of discipline of humanity. ~ Francis Bacon,
809:Wolves, like children, are not born to lead calm lives. ~ Katherine Rundell,
810:Women are nothing but machines for producing children. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte,
811:Women are nothing but machines for producing children. ~ Napol on Bonaparte,
812:After all, children are children no matter their background. ~ Julie Andrews,
813:After all, we are not children. It's time we planned our life. ~ Moshe Dayan,
814:A person can have a happy and fulfilling life without children. ~ Judy Blume,
815:A vacation from school should not mean hunger for our children. ~ Dina Titus,
816:Children are carpets, they should be stepped on occasionally. ~ Ray Bradbury,
817:Children are given us to discourage our better emotions. ~ Hector Hugh Munro,
818:Children are the hands by which we take hold of heaven. ~ Henry Ward Beecher,
819:Children enter school as question marks and leave as periods. ~ Neil Postman,
820:Children never do understand their own childishness. Then ~ Orson Scott Card,
821:Childrens ilogic can be an exquisitely
structured mistake. ~ David Rakoff,
822:Children with special needs inspire a very, very special love. ~ Sarah Palin,
823:Don't handicap your children by making their lives easy. ~ Robert A Heinlein,
824:Do ye hear the children weeping, O my brothers? ~ Elizabeth Barrett Browning,
825:Fairy tales are such evil little stories for young children. ~ Cecelia Ahern,
826:Folks, I don't trust children. They're here to replace us. ~ Stephen Colbert,
827:God is very serious about joy in the lives of His children. ~ Neal A Maxwell,
828:God takes care of imbeciles, little children and artists. ~ Camille Pissarro,
829:I adhere to the religion of art and music and small children. ~ Rosanne Cash,
830:I don't want to have children...I want to date them! ~ Richard Dean Anderson,
831:I do very well three things: my job, stupidities and children. ~ Alain Delon,
832:I still take the pill. I don't want any more grandchildren. ~ Phyllis Diller,
833:It's better to have nothing,' the children were saying. ~ Marilynne Robinson,
834:I've had no sexual education, but I have six children. ~ Janusz Korwin Mikke,
835:I was born on September 27, 1918, the second of five children. ~ Martin Ryle,
836:Let's save all the children, save the babies, save the babies. ~ Marvin Gaye,
837:My buildings are like my children, so I cannot have favorites. ~ Cesar Pelli,
838:My children needed me, and I like my job as a social worker. ~ Indira Gandhi,
839:Only the children know what they are looking for. ~ Antoine de Saint Exupery,
840:Only the children know what they are looking for. ~ Antoine de Saint Exup ry,
841:Our acts make or mar us, we are the children of our own deeds. ~ Victor Hugo,
842:Politicians and children have two speeds: running and asleep. ~ Ariel Lawhon,
843:pressure in school-age children. The NIH has funded subsequent ~ Gary Taubes,
844:Shyness is cute in children, but disgusting in adults. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
845:the more you entertain children, the more bored they will get. ~ Andy Crouch,
846:The new-come stepmother hates the children born to a first wife. ~ Euripides,
847:There is no vicious inhumanity than keeping children hungry. ~ M F Moonzajer,
848:The tears of the old come as easily as the tears of children, ~ Pearl S Buck,
849:The world tips away when we look into our children's faces. ~ Louise Erdrich,
850:To find someone who loves your children like you do is really rare. ~ Goldie,
851:We should not use crippled children to sell hamburgers. Ever. ~ Phil Donahue,
852:When I'm not working, my time is really about my children. ~ Christine Lahti,
853:Wherever there are children, there will always be injustice. ~ Robert Walser,
854:Why bring children into a world where no one writes letters? ~ Judith Martin,
855:With children the clock is reset. We forget what came before ~ Jhumpa Lahiri,
856:Wolves, like children, are not meant to lead calm lives. ~ Katherine Rundell,
857:Adults are just children sometimes. But evil, hurt children. ~ Juliette Lewis,
858:all children blackmail their parents with their innocence. ~ Joanne Greenberg,
859:All children have rights and those rights must be protected. ~ Novak Djokovic,
860:As children, our protests availed little. As adults, the same. ~ Mason Cooley,
861:As long as you know men are like children, you know everything! ~ Coco Chanel,
862:Children betrayed their parents by becoming their own people. ~ Leslye Walton,
863:Children display a universal love of mathematics, which is ~ Maria Montessori,
864:Children have a way of forcing you back into the present moment. ~ Lorna Luft,
865:Children lack morality, but they also lack fake morality. ~ Mignon McLaughlin,
866:Children learn much more by mute example than by spoken rules, ~ Stephen King,
867:Children should be very understanding of grown-ups ~ Antoine de Saint Exup ry,
868:Conquering the world with words, leading the children like herds. ~ LL Cool J,
869:Doing nothing is happiness for children and misery for old men. ~ Victor Hugo,
870:Do not handicap your children by making their lives easy. ~ Robert A Heinlein,
871:God bless little children while they're still too young to hate. ~ Tom T Hall,
872:Great children's books are wisdom dipped in words and art. ~ Peter H Reynolds,
873:How do we love all children, of all species, of all time? ~ William McDonough,
874:Hugs can do great amounts of good - especially for children. ~ Princess Diana,
875:I'll do almost anything for cake - even trample little children! ~ Gayle King,
876:I love all my children, but some of them I don't like. ~ Lillian Gordy Carter,
877:I think when you have children, it just changes your worldview. ~ Ben Affleck,
878:I've missed half or two-thirds of my children's lives. ~ Chesley Sullenberger,
879:I want more children but for the next three years I want to act. ~ Anna Friel,
880:I want my children and grandchildren to see what I look like now. ~ Kylie Bax,
881:Lonely, vaguely pedophilic swing set seeks the butts of children ~ John Green,
882:Not having children is one less worry. Children are a worry! ~ Jeanne Calment,
883:Only those who are perfectly truthful can be my true children. ~ ~ The Mother,
884:Our children change us . . . whether they live or not. ~ Lois McMaster Bujold,
885:She'll never love you better than she loves her own children. ~ Mark Lawrence,
886:Soon we won’t be children anymore. We shall be like Them. ~ Daphne du Maurier,
887:The Danaan children laugh, in cradles of wrought gold, ~ William Butler Yeats,
888:The father shall make known Your truth to the children. ~ John F MacArthur Jr,
889:The greatest legacy we can leave our children is happy memories. ~ Og Mandino,
890:Then if children make so much trouble, why do people have 'em? ~ Thomas Hardy,
891:There was a gay family from Caracas complete with children. ~ Agatha Christie,
892:thirty-year-old children who refused to act like grown-ups. ~ Fran oise Sagan,
893:This is not politics... it's to protect the innocence of children. ~ Bob Dole,
894:This was the ghetto: where children grow down instead of up. ~ Jerry Spinelli,
895:To be honest, my husband and my children are my best friends. ~ Helen McCrory,
896:Vanished children, I can't think where I lost them... ~ Robert Charles Wilson,
897:We have a working majority of voters who have children’s minds, ~ Carl Zimmer,
898:We ignore the emotional needs of young children at our peril. ~ Bruce D Perry,
899:We must become the people we want our children to be. ~ Joseph Chilton Pearce,
900:When we talk about mortality we are talking about our children. ~ Joan Didion,
901:where he read stories as enthusiastically as some children ate. ~ Neil Gaiman,
902:You should trust the children; they can stand more than we can. ~ P L Travers,
903:A teacher is a person who used to think he liked children. ~ Joey Lauren Adams,
904:before night,’ as Nanny used to say of too exuberant children. ~ Josephine Tey,
905:Children are educated by what the grown-up is and not by his talk. ~ Carl Jung,
906:Children are the vessels into which adults pour their poison. ~ Salman Rushdie,
907:Children have a master to teach them, grown-ups have the poets. ~ Aristophanes,
908:Children smile 400 times a day on average ... adults 15 times. ~ Robert Holden,
909:Educate the children and it won't be necessary to punish the men. ~ Pythagoras,
910:great-grandchildren, Charlotte, Ellie, Nicholas & Louise. Also ~ Anonymous,
911:If a community values its children, it must cherish its mothers. ~ John Bowlby,
912:I have gone from one relationship to a marriage and stepchildren. ~ Daryl Hall,
913:I have no greater joy than to know that my children walk in truth. ~ Anonymous,
914:I have the most wonderful children. I've been very, very blessed. ~ Mia Farrow,
915:I'm leaving town cause my children are acting too much like me. ~ Richard Kind,
916:I never wanted children, maybe I'm afraid of responsibility. ~ Mahmoud Darwish,
917:It takes dedicated parents to produce consecrated children. ~ Elizabeth George,
918:Just think of the tragedy of teaching children not to doubt. ~ Clarence Darrow,
919:Listen to them, the children of the night. What music they make! ~ Bram Stoker,
920:Lonely, Vaguely Pedophilic Swing Set Seeks the Butts of Children. ~ John Green,
921:Lonley, Vaguely pedophilic swing set seeks the butts of children. ~ John Green,
922:Malthus married in 1804 and beat three children with his wife ~ Thomas Malthus,
923:Mothers burning inside the risen suns of their children. After ~ Karen Russell,
924:My personal position is that society must keep children safe. ~ Vladimir Putin,
925:Nothing prepares a family for having multiple children at once. ~ Derek Fisher,
926:Parents learn a lot from their children about coping with life. ~ Muriel Spark,
927:Promises were for children and people who weren’t worthy of trust. ~ C D Reiss,
928:Tash had warned me about running. It’s for idiots and children. ~ Miriam Toews,
929:The courage of children and beasts is a function of innocence. ~ Annie Dillard,
930:The sins of the father are to be laid upon the children. ~ William Shakespeare,
931:They still had the power to hurt their children from the grave. ~ Lisa Kleypas,
932:To produce music is also in a sense to produce children. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche,
933:We're all a nation that believes we're children of the same god. ~ Mitt Romney,
934:We’ve finally gotten rid of the other children, Reynard. ~ Trenton Lee Stewart,
935:What sort of world can we prepare for our great grandchildren? ~ Richard Rorty,
936:When will society, like a mother, take care of all her children? ~ Horace Mann,
937:Your children teach you so much. It's a real mirror of yourself. ~ Kate Hudson,
938:About eighty percent of the women in U.S. prisons have children, ~ Piper Kerman,
939:A lot of pop music is about stealing pocket money from children. ~ Ian Anderson,
940:A man who is not a father to his children can never be a real man, ~ Mario Puzo,
941:A man who is not a father to his children can never be a real man. ~ Mario Puzo,
942:Any town that doesn't have sidewalks doesn't love its children. ~ Margaret Mead,
943:Bachelors' wives and old maids' children are always perfect. ~ Nicolas Chamfort,
944:Children are victims of a social problem that wounds the family. ~ Pope Francis,
945:Children take in more information than we'd like to believe. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
946:Desire BUT I REALLY WANT IT!!! —TWO-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN EVERYWHERE ~ Josh Kaufman,
947:Don't take too much credit for your children - or too much blame! ~ Debora Spar,
948:even children are permitted to take more risks than the elderly. ~ Atul Gawande,
949:examined children’s use of apology terms in parent–child discourse. ~ Anonymous,
950:Flowers, leaves, fruit, are the air-woven children of light. ~ Jacob Moleschott,
951:for even the wisest can learn incalculably much from children. ~ Rudolf Steiner,
952:Go ahead, laugh. You can name your children Blond and Blonder. ~ Soman Chainani,
953:Go warn the children of God of the terrible speed of mercy. ~ Flannery O Connor,
954:How did you make a choice between two of your children? Rocco ~ Sharon Hamilton,
955:If men bore children, there would only be one born in each family. ~ Mark Twain,
956:I guess our government believes children can raise themselves. ~ Kristin Hannah,
957:I'm not a goody-two-shoes. I'm just a father with four children. ~ Ricky Skaggs,
958:I must have been an insufferable child; all children are. ~ George Bernard Shaw,
959:It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. ~ Jeff Wheeler,
960:It’s so … normal.”
“I don’t eat small children.”
“Shocking. ~ Katie Cross,
961:I've forbidden my daughter to have grandchildren, I'm too young. ~ Bette Midler,
962:I was born to teach. I have always had this gift with children. ~ Steve Wozniak,
963:Liberal Doctrine: it is not children who misbehave, but parents. ~ Mason Cooley,
964:Mr. Tate. “He’s good and dead. He won’t hurt these children again. ~ Harper Lee,
965:My children are my greatest gifts and my greatest inspirations. ~ Trista Sutter,
966:My job is to help my children believe in and belong to themselves. ~ Bren Brown,
967:Needy and boring parents tend to have needy and bored children. ~ Amy Dickinson,
968:Never have ideas about children, and never have ideas for them. ~ George Orwell,
969:Once I have children, the kids come first. One thing at a time for me. ~ Fergie,
970:One spares old people just as one spares children. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
971:Only where children gather is there any real chance of fun. ~ Mignon McLaughlin,
972:Parents always have a story that their children don’t really know, ~ Jamie Ford,
973:riffed, “Every day children should have three hours of daydreaming. ~ Anonymous,
974:Small children and unruly people who are demanding attention. ~ Hillary Clinton,
975:So really, children, mathematically, all of light is invisible. ~ Anthony Doerr,
976:So really, children, mathematically, all the light is invisible ~ Anthony Doerr,
977:Teach my children to love! They'll learn to hate on their own ~ David Allan Coe,
978:The best way to teach morality is to make it a habit with children. ~ Aristotle,
979:The intelligent want self-control; children want candy. —RUMI ~ Kelly McGonigal,
980:...the music seems creepy, like when children sing in a horror movie ~ Tina Fey,
981:The only way to save bookstores is to keep children coming to them. ~ Sarah Jio,
982:The way I see it, we teach our children through modeling. ~ Marianne Williamson,
983:Today we see studies on mentally retarded children as monstrous. ~ Paul A Offit,
984:Truisms, my young friend, are the useless children of hindsight. ~ Terry Brooks,
985:We no longer get work out of our children; today we get meaning. ~ Esther Perel,
986:We've educated children to think spontaneity is inappropriate. ~ Maurice Sendak,
987:What do I enjoy? Music, being in love, children, sleeping, meat. ~ Susan Sontag,
988:your children will become who you are so be who you want them to be ~ Anonymous,
989:ABSOLUTELY AMAZING...Children will love it – and adults too! ~ Jacqueline Wilson,
990:Accessible local libraries are vital to communities and to children. ~ Nick Cave,
991:Children are a consolation for everthing - except having children. ~ Paul Auster,
992:Children are born to break their mothers' hearts, my boy. Tell me. ~ Sabaa Tahir,
993:"Children are educated by what the grown-up is and not by his talk." ~ Carl Jung,
994:Children are extremely important. They are the future of the world. ~ Elton John,
995:Children are the anchors of a mother’s life. —SOPHOCLES, Phaedra, ~ Jodi Picoult,
996:Children,” I say plainly, “watch out for the baobabs! ~ Antoine de Saint Exup ry,
997:Children sweeten labours, but they make misfortunes more bitter. ~ Francis Bacon,
998:God doesn’t want us to rescue our children. He’s the Rescuer. ~ Elizabeth Musser,
999:gods are children's blankets that get carried over into adulthood. ~ James Randi,
1000:He that hath a wife and children hath given hostages to fortune. ~ Francis Bacon,
1001:How do we love all the children of all species for all time? ~ William McDonough,
1002:I also quite like to be recognized by children; I find it sweet. ~ Russell Brand,
1003:I believe that children are our future. Unless we stop them now. ~ Matt Groening,
1004:If my children are silly, I must hope to be always sensible of it. ~ Jane Austen,
1005:I have a very open line of communication with both my children. ~ Gloria Estefan,
1006:I hope to work, support my children and die quietly without pain. ~ Sean Connery,
1007:In the long view, no nation is any healthier than its children. ~ Harry S Truman,
1008:I shall never marry, Atticus."
"Why?"
"I might have children. ~ Harper Lee,
1009:It's the children the world almost breaks who grow up to save it. ~ Frank Warren,
1010:I've got one young family by the first wife, with four children. ~ Merle Haggard,
1011:My definition of a father is someone who empowers their children. ~ Nicolas Cage,
1012:My songs are like my children. I love every single one of them. ~ Dionne Warwick,
1013:Now I just feel like I'm more open to life. I have two children. ~ Sherilyn Fenn,
1014:People who live only for their children make bad company for them. ~ Nancy Horan,
1015:Real children do not go hoppity skip unless they are on drugs. ~ Terry Pratchett,
1016:Some children have the most disagreeable way of getting grown-up ~ Lewis Carroll,
1017:Stupidity is expecting figs in winter, or children in old age. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1018:Teenage rebellion is for suburban schoolchildren. Get over it. ~ Neal Shusterman,
1019:Telling people not to have children is unthinkable and inhumane. ~ Gary Ackerman,
1020:Tell me we'll be naming our children Beautiful and nothing else. ~ Andrea Gibson,
1021:The defects of the children mirror the defects of the parents. ~ Herbert Spencer,
1022:The gun is a magic instrument, converting children to numbers. ~ Jeff VanderMeer,
1023:The important things are children, honesty, integrity and faith. ~ Andy Williams,
1024:There can be no secrets in a house where there are children. ~ Diane Setterfield,
1025:The songs of our ancestors are also the songs of our children ~ Philip Carr Gomm,
1026:They traveled in one group, like children inside a camel costume. ~ Meg Wolitzer,
1027:This country was filled with violent children orphaned by war. ~ Cormac McCarthy,
1028:War, like children's fights, are meaningless, pitiless, and contemptible. ~ Rumi,
1029:We're raising children who have little tolerance for disappointment ~ Bren Brown,
1030:What interests me is what children go through while growing up. ~ Beverly Cleary,
1031:You can't underestimate how traumatic divorce is for the children. ~ Isla Fisher,
1032:You’re supposed to pass on something useful to your children. ~ Colson Whitehead,
1033:Children are the only form of immortality that we can be sure of. ~ Peter Ustinov,
1034:Children born today have a fifty-fifty chance of living to 100. ~ William Greider,
1035:Children ought not to be victims of the choices adults make for them. ~ Wade Horn,
1036:Children played games for themselves, not their opponents. Lola ~ Jessica Hawkins,
1037:Children require long, uniterrupted periods of play and exploration ~ Jean Piaget,
1038:Children say that people are hung sometimes for speaking the truth. ~ Joan of Arc,
1039:Children's finger-painting came under the arts, but movies didn't. ~ Nicolas Roeg,
1040:Dinner Special - Turkey $2.35; Chicken or Beef $2.25; Children $2.00 ~ Dave Barry,
1041:Even in having children in this new life, death played its part. ~ Paul Kalanithi,
1042:Every time you resist temptation you are winning for your children. ~ Joel Osteen,
1043:God will always make a way for His tired, yet trusting, children, ~ Robert Morgan,
1044:home is a magnet that lures back even its most abstracted children. ~ Kate Morton,
1045:I am writing my second novel for children for Simon and Schuster. ~ Marlee Matlin,
1046:I do have the most marvelous husband, children, and grandchildren. ~ Barbara Bush,
1047:I don't believe in bringing children into the world out of wedlock. ~ Eartha Kitt,
1048:I don't have any children. I just have a cat, to my parents' dismay. ~ Jenna Bush,
1049:If parents would only realize how they bore their children. ~ George Bernard Shaw,
1050:I lost my children’s hearts, and with them, very nearly, my sanity. ~ Shulem Deen,
1051:I refuse to leave our children with a debt that they cannot repay. ~ Barack Obama,
1052:I speak Spanish to my children and they speak it better than me. ~ Geraldo Rivera,
1053:I talk of dreams, which are the children of an idle brain’. ~ William Shakespeare,
1054:I think our children are afraid to die because we're afraid to die. ~ Byron Katie,
1055:It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. ~ Timber Hawkeye,
1056:I want to write a book of poetry, as well as children's stories. ~ Bobby McFerrin,
1057:Knowing what to expect next gives children a sense of security. ~ Hillary Clinton,
1058:Lewis’s brilliant essay “On Three Ways of Writing for Children”: ~ Gretchen Rubin,
1059:Looking after children is one of the ways of looking after yourself. ~ Ian Mcewan,
1060:... look on all with a kindly feeling, as children of the Mother. ~ Sri Aurobindo,
1061:Millions of children are disempowered and we need to empower them. ~ Ben Kingsley,
1062:My children are English, and both of their mothers were English. ~ Salman Rushdie,
1063:My journal, my written thoughts like the lost children of my soul. ~ Sarah Ockler,
1064:Of course you want your son, your children, to be proud of you. ~ Charlize Theron,
1065:Our children are the only treasures we can take to heaven. ~ Suzanne Woods Fisher,
1066:People with bad consciences always fear the judgment of children. ~ Mary McCarthy,
1067:She never suffered alone any more: the children suffered with her. ~ D H Lawrence,
1068:Sometimes you have to abandon your own children for other children. ~ Patti Smith,
1069:That's what children are for—that their parents may not be bored. ~ Ivan Turgenev,
1070:The bringers of joy have always been the children of sorrow. ~ Hazrat Inayat Khan,
1071:The children would probably be lagging behind for years to come. ~ John M Gottman,
1072:The intelligent want self-control; children want candy. — RUMI ~ Michael Matthews,
1073:The most sophisticated people I know - inside they are all children. ~ Jim Henson,
1074:They were with their mother, and so they were acting like children. ~ Emma Straub,
1075:Time makes you bolder, children get older. I'm getting older, too. ~ Stevie Nicks,
1076:We have no right to children if despair is all we bring with us. ~ Dawn Kurtagich,
1077:We must educate our children to become like young Egyptian people. ~ Barack Obama,
1078:We're raising children who have little tolerance for disappointment ~ Brene Brown,
1079:When you have children your house smells very unpleasant all the time. ~ Jo Brand,
1080:While raising my children, I would like to take on other challenges. ~ Ryoko Tani,
1081:Yes I do like children ... Girl children...about eighteen or twenty. ~ W C Fields,
1082:You can do anything with children if you only play with them. ~ Otto von Bismarck,
1083:You know children, always playing with the forces of darkness. ~ Kelley Armstrong,
1084:Young children give us glimpses of some things that are eternal. ~ Jonathan Kozol,
1085:9Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God. ~ Anonymous,
1086:A mother's job is to prop open all possible doors for her children. ~ Lauren Groff,
1087:Be careful about the advice you give, especially to your children. ~ Andrew Davies,
1088:Believe me, my children have more stamina than a power station. ~ Robbie Coltraine,
1089:Cameroon is a football country - children are born playing football. ~ Roger Milla,
1090:children always have different parents, even in the same family. ~ Karin Slaughter,
1091:Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see. ~ Neil Postman,
1092:Children are the toughest creatures on the planet, They endure ~ Katherine Rundell,
1093:Children could be self-centred like that, especially the happy ones. ~ Kate Morton,
1094:Children in a third world country. That's how we spread democracy. ~ Paul Provenza,
1095:Children show me in their playful smiles the divine in everyone. ~ Michael Jackson,
1096:Cruelty to children is the thing I can least bear in the world. ~ Juliet Stevenson,
1097:day-care centers for the occupationally orphaned children. ~ Milton William Cooper,
1098:Education is teaching children to find pleasure in the right things. ~ Mary Pipher,
1099:Families who spend more on housing spend less on their children. ~ Matthew Desmond,
1100:Foster children are disproportionately victims of identity theft. ~ James Langevin,
1101:Good parents have children who do terrible things and vice-versa. ~ Terry McMillan,
1102:I believe children are the future...which is why they must be stopped now! ~ Homer,
1103:I did upset the children. Not intentionally, but effectively. ~ Jeanette Winterson,
1104:I don't like to see anybody hurt or suffer, especially children. ~ Michael Jackson,
1105:If your parents never had children, chances are... neither will you. ~ Dick Cavett,
1106:I get maximum satisfaction out of buying children's clothes online. ~ Samantha Bee,
1107:I get my fuel and inspiration from children, they are our future. ~ David Batstone,
1108:I have been looking after the children. My wife has taken time off. ~ David Ginola,
1109:I have my family, my children - I have a lot of outside activities. ~ Carlos Ghosn,
1110:I love animation, I really do, but I don't do it for the children. ~ Mario Cantone,
1111:I'm not someone who ever enjoys violence against women or children. ~ Lucy Lawless,
1112:In a country where children are unhappy, everyone is unhappy! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan,
1113:Is not Jesus pointing to children even as models for grownups? ~ Pope John Paul II,
1114:I think we all have an obligation to teach children whatever we can, ~ Jean M Auel,
1115:I've chosen Peter Pan by JM Barrie as my favourite children's book. ~ Tessa Jowell,
1116:I wonder if anyone can ever succeed in making their children content. ~ Anne Frank,
1117:Lawless schools produce lawless children. ~ William Whitelaw 1st Viscount Whitelaw,
1118:Life Among the Savages is a disrespectful memoir of my children. ~ Shirley Jackson,
1119:Like most children, theirs was a relation based on verbs, not nouns. ~ Zadie Smith,
1120:...little children adore me - I'm a Troll Tamer and they know it!... ~ John Geddes,
1121:Mother is the name for God on the lips and hearts of all children. ~ Mark Matthews,
1122:Nine out of ten children get their awesomeness from their mother. ~ Lani Lynn Vale,
1123:No one in his right mind, the good Lord knows, would have children! ~ Ray Bradbury,
1124:Not leaving; an act of trust and love, often deciphered by children ~ Markus Zusak,
1125:Not leaving: an act of trust and love, often deciphered by children ~ Markus Zusak,
1126:Novels are about men and women and children and dogs, not politics. ~ John Cheever,
1127:Oh, do not cry - be good children and we will all meet in heaven. ~ Andrew Jackson,
1128:Only where children gather
is there any real chance of fun. ~ Mignon McLaughlin,
1129:Our greatest national resource is the minds of our children. ~ Walt Disney Company,
1130:Suffer the children, for they know not yet of fear. We will teach them. ~ A R Wise,
1131:Teach the children so it won't be necessary to teach the adults. ~ Abraham Lincoln,
1132:Thank God I didn't have my children until I was a little bit older. ~ Lauren Holly,
1133:The apparent ease with which children learn is their ruin. ~ Jean Jacques Rousseau,
1134:The children hid themselves, with receptive ears, round corners. ~ Christina Stead,
1135:The family that prays together...is brainwashing their children. ~ Albert Einstein,
1136:The most genius ideas are in the minds of children and lunatics. ~ Marilyn Manson,
1137:The most sophisticated people I know - inside they are all children. ~ Jim Henson,
1138:There are a lot of children in Afghanistan, but little childhood ~ Khaled Hosseini,
1139:The worst that God does to His children is to whip them to heaven. ~ Thomas Watson,
1140:Those who do not know history will forever remain children ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero,
1141:Touch my children and I will eat your hands off your freakin arms. ~ Charlie Sheen,
1142:We are children of God made to walk in truth with soul integrity. ~ Lysa TerKeurst,
1143:We must become children again if we wish to achieve the best. ~ Philipp Otto Runge,
1144:Why did you want children when you knew there was a war?’ Mustafa ~ sne Seierstad,
1145:Will robots inherit the earth? Yes, but they will be our children. ~ Marvin Minsky,
1146:Without a reading habit, children simply do not have a chance. ~ Stephen D Krashen,
1147:Your children are spiritual beings who come through you, not for you. ~ Wayne Dyer,
1148:Access to public libraries also affects how much children read. ~ Stephen D Krashen,
1149:And we will both sit on the children to make sure they remain safe. ~ Thea Harrison,
1150:A street where there are no children playing is a dead street! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan,
1151:Beloved are Israel, for they were called children of the All-present. ~ Rabbi Akiva,
1152:Children are a great aid in both stress reduction and joy production. ~ Mary Pipher,
1153:Divine Wisdom speaks not to the world, but to her own children. ~ John Henry Newman,
1154:Employers babysit parents while their children are at school. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
1155:Encourage your children to read more and watch television less. ~ Gordon B Hinckley,
1156:Even young children know what you get when you pay peanuts. Monkeys! ~ Felix Dennis,
1157:Fear based parenting is the surest way to create intimidated children. ~ Tim Kimmel,
1158:Free choice is the greatest gift God gives to his children. ~ Elisabeth Kubler Ross,
1159:God favors drunks, small children, and the cataclysmically stoned... ~ Stephen King,
1160:He wanted to teach the children that all bodies are beautiful. ~ Tetsuko Kuroyanagi,
1161:I don’t think children ever forget the lies their parents tell them. ~ Stephen King,
1162:If all our children learn to do is read, they will not be literate. ~ David Warlick,
1163:If my children think I'm genuine, no one else's opinion matters to me. ~ Beth Moore,
1164:If you do not discipline your children effectively, you hate them. ~ Douglas Wilson,
1165:Imperial children are necessary, but they’re not exactly wanted. In ~ Cintra Wilson,
1166:Instead of needing lots of children, we need high-quality children. ~ Margaret Mead,
1167:I suppose it's amazing how quick life goes by when you have children. ~ Steffi Graf,
1168:It is not children only that one feeds with fairy tales. ~ Gotthold Ephraim Lessing,
1169:It might be that only artists want their children to become artists. ~ Naima Coster,
1170:It was considered oh, not proper for children to go to the movies. ~ Kitty Carlisle,
1171:like the children of Thor? At least their dad had a movie franchise. ~ Rick Riordan,
1172:Memories are the only real gifts we can leave our children. ~ Elisabeth Kubler Ross,
1173:More children suffer from interference than from noninterference. ~ Agatha Christie,
1174:My mouth is a womb. My teeth are my children. My tongue is their babysitter. ~ Enya,
1175:no man can expect his children to respect what he degrades.' 'Ha, ~ Charles Dickens,
1176:Not-leaving: An act of trust and love, often deciphered by children. ~ Markus Zusak,
1177:Not leaving: an act of trust and love, often deciphered by children. ~ Markus Zusak,
1178:Not leaving’: an act of trust and love, often deciphered by children ~ Markus Zusak,
1179:Once you became associated with a children's show, you're finished. ~ Alexis Korner,
1180:Questions married other questions and had theories for children. ~ Kerri Maniscalco,
1181:Quite simply, when we deny our children nature, we deny them beauty. ~ Richard Louv,
1182:Revolution devours its own parents as well as its own children. ~ Helen Foster Snow,
1183:Sometimes children do forget their filial responsibilities. ~ Abdullah Ahmad Badawi,
1184:The first law of humanity is not to kill your children. ~ Hans Joachim Schellnhuber,
1185:The literature of America should reflect the children of America. ~ Lucille Clifton,
1186:There are a lot of children in Afghanistan, but little childhood. ~ Khaled Hosseini,
1187:There are some family traditions I don't want my children to carry on. ~ Lorna Luft,
1188:The soul is healed by being with children. —Fyodor Dostoyevsky ~ William Paul Young,
1189:They’re my children, my inky children, and I look after them well. ~ Cornelia Funke,
1190:We are but older children, dear, Who fret to find our bedtime near. ~ Lewis Carroll,
1191:We are like newborn children, Our power is the power to grow. ~ Rabindranath Tagore,
1192:We must remember that our children are very much what we make them. ~ Dale Carnegie,
1193:We were four people: the children we'd been, and grown strangers now. ~ Julie Berry,
1194:What are the children of men, but as leaves that drop at the wind's breath? ~ Homer,
1195:What might save us, me and you, is if the Russians love their children too. ~ Sting,
1196:When the women get the vote, we'll spend more money on the children. ~ Ernest Poole,
1197:When you give a gift to one of God's children, you give a gift to God. ~ Max Lucado,
1198:When you raise girls, you're raising children for strangers. ~ Maxine Hong Kingston,
1199:Writers, however mature and wise and eminent, are children at heart. ~ Edna O Brien,
1200:Writing for children is an art in itself, and a most interesting one. ~ Enid Blyton,
1201:You have to support your children to have a healthy relationship. ~ Connie Sellecca,
1202:And then he shot himself, making room for all three of his children. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
1203:...anyone who willingly has more than two children is clinically insane. ~ Sarah Jio,
1204:Aristocrats have heirs; the poor have children; the rest keep dogs. ~ Spike Milligan,
1205:Around forty children die every year after they’re forgotten in a car, ~ Gregg Olsen,
1206:At a very early age I was attracted to light, as most children are. ~ Frederick Lenz,
1207:Before 1920, it was technically legal to send children through the mail. ~ Anonymous,
1208:Be nice to your children. They may grow up to be writers. ~ Katerina Stoykova Klemer,
1209:But I have five children of my own here, and I love them all dearly. ~ Nellie C Lind,
1210:But there can be no secrets in a house where there are children. ~ Diane Setterfield,
1211:Children are barometers of the chaos that exists within their lives. ~ Asa Don Brown,
1212:Children are children, but they can spot an evasion quicker than adults ~ Harper Lee,
1213:Children are not vessels to be filled but lamps to be lit. ~ Chinmayananda Saraswati,
1214:Children who were abandoned
grow up to love people
who abandon them ~ R H Sin,
1215:Christian children all must be mild, obedient, good as He. ~ Cecil Frances Alexander,
1216:Expectation is a statistical fiction, like having 2.5 children. ~ William Poundstone,
1217:For me, now, working and children is it. Theres nothing more to life. ~ Aidan Gillen,
1218:He's by best friend and the father of my children. He's a great ex. ~ Sarah Ferguson,
1219:I always felt too young and selfish to have children of my own. ~ Natasha Richardson,
1220:If children are studying the 20th century, I'm in their text books. ~ Paul McCartney,
1221:If I depended on critics and children to make a living I'd grow broke. ~ Walt Disney,
1222:If parents don’t want to hear the truth, children learn not to speak it. ~ Nikki Sex,
1223:If you are writing children's books, you need to be a ruthless killer. ~ J K Rowling,
1224:If you have children you worry about the world you're leaving them. ~ Salman Rushdie,
1225:I have more pictures of my children than my father ever looked at me. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
1226:I love London, and it's a privilege for my children to grow up here. ~ Helen McCrory,
1227:It's great meeting children because you never know what they will say. ~ Roddy Doyle,
1228:It was a face that too many people ignored: Children's book held truths ~ Kiera Cass,
1229:I've had four children and I've done a good job and I'm happy in life. ~ Sadie Frost,
1230:Luce's new stranger children were small and beautiful and violent. ~ Charles Frazier,
1231:Many adults feel that every children's book has to teach them something. ~ R L Stine,
1232:Memories were a luxury for other children, not the Keramzin orphans. ~ Leigh Bardugo,
1233:More children suffer from interference than from non-interference. ~ Agatha Christie,
1234:My mother is my father’s wife. And the children of lovers are orphans. ~ Nancy Horan,
1235:Nothing compares to being truly, exuberantly wanted by your children. ~ Francis Chan,
1236:Oh, yes. Wife. Children. Home. Everything. The full catastrophe. ~ Nikos Kazantzakis,
1237:On a fundamental level, I am someone who would throw sand at children. ~ Allie Brosh,
1238:Opinions are like ugly children … despite it all you love your own. ~ Scott Hutchins,
1239:Our children are only as brilliant as we allow them to be. ~ Eric Micha el Leventhal,
1240:Our children are trying to tell us something. And we are not listening. ~ Bill Cosby,
1241:School disruption comes from those children who have given up hope. ~ Albert Shanker,
1242:Society became my glittering bride, And airy hopes my children. ~ William Wordsworth,
1243:The abuse of children is the worst offence that anybody can commit. ~ Ann Widdecombe,
1244:The best thing a man can do for his children is love their mother. ~ Abraham Lincoln,
1245:The best thing I've done? Well, I've created four beautiful children. ~ Donald Trump,
1246:The children of God have more in common then they have differences. ~ Henry B Eyring,
1247:The greatest thing you can do for your children is love your spouse. ~ Stephen Covey,
1248:The one thing I want to leave my children is an honorable name. ~ Theodore Roosevelt,
1249:the sins of children rise up in judgment against their parents. ~ Lady Caroline Lamb,
1250:The soul is healed by being with children. FYODOR DOSTOYEVSKY, AUTHOR ~ Mike Robbins,
1251:The three eldest children of Necessity: God, the World and love. ~ Richard B Garnett,
1252:This was a party of children, and children loved other children. ~ Maggie Stiefvater,
1253:To be making books for children is to be in a sort of state of grace. ~ Arnold Lobel,
1254:Vimes's lack of interest in other people's children was limitless. ~ Terry Pratchett,
1255:We can either jump on the bed like children or rock it like adults! ~ Elizabeth York,
1256:We should all be children when it comes to love - open and vulnerable ~ Mia Sheridan,
1257:We've made science experiments of ourselves and our children. ~ Jonathan Safran Foer,
1258:What crime have these children committed that they should be born? If, ~ Will Durant,
1259:What’s the demographic?” “Men. Women. Children.” “High-velocity GSWs? ~ Blake Crouch,
1260:When children are immunized, it's really the beginning of a new day for them. ~ Yuna,
1261:Woman and children can afford to be careless, men can not"-Don Corleone ~ Mario Puzo,
1262:You can write about anything for children as long as you've got humour. ~ Roald Dahl,
1263:You don't have favourites among your children, but you do have allies. ~ Zadie Smith,
1264:You have your children and it's hard to even hold it in - emotionally. ~ Robert Davi,
1265:Your sons weren't made to like you. That's what grandchildren are for. ~ Jane Smiley,
1266:All children are sweet at five. But at twelve they begin to get silly. ~ Jean Anouilh,
1267:A man must defend his home, his wife, his children, and his martini. ~ Jackie Gleason,
1268:am one of the ugliest children I ever saw. She is beginning ~ Frances Hodgson Burnett,
1269:At the end of the day, it's about the best interests of the children. ~ Marlee Matlin,
1270:Atticus says that you can't punish the children for the father;s faults. ~ Harper Lee,
1271:away. It was to be a busy week in the Brazzi household. Luca’s children, ~ Robyn Carr,
1272:But God favors drunks, small children, and the cataclysmically stoned; ~ Stephen King,
1273:children, and any number of indescribable dream-folk.  The dream-folk ~ Glen R Krisch,
1274:Children are a precious gift, but they belong to no one but themselves. ~ Jim Butcher,
1275:Children are like men, the experience of others does not help them. ~ Alphonse Daudet,
1276:Children are like sponges; they start to smell after a little while. ~ Brian P Cleary,
1277:Children are wickeder than adults, they have no sense of restraint. ~ Gregory Maguire,
1278:Children begin becoming aware of their sexuality at a very young age. ~ Asa Don Brown,
1279:children from the same womb would share the same precious blood.” I gag. ~ Tara Brown,
1280:Children give your life a resonance that it can't have without them. ~ Jack Nicholson,
1281:children like change - for one thing, they never anticipate regret. ~ Elizabeth Bowen,
1282:Children often get angry when they face situations they can’t control. ~ Tricia Goyer,
1283:Children should be educated and instructed in the principles of freedom. ~ John Adams,
1284:Children should show great understanding towards grown-ups ~ Antoine de Saint Exup ry,
1285:Children sometimes understand things that most grown-ups do not see. ~ Jonathan Kozol,
1286:Closed Bibles will not convince our children of the value of the Bible. ~ Tony Reinke,
1287:Contented children are valuable, as is the peace that surrounds them. ~ Donita K Paul,
1288:Do not try to live your children's lives out of your own frustrations. ~ Andrew Young,
1289:don’t give. it. to your children. the thing. that was given to you. ~ Nayyirah Waheed,
1290:Don't try to make children grow up to be like you, or they may do it. ~ Russell Baker,
1291:Everywhere, everywhere, children are the scorned people of the earth. ~ Toni Morrison,
1292:Fatherhood is helping your children learn English as a foreign language. ~ Bill Cosby,
1293:for abused children, the whole world is filled with triggers. ~ Bessel A van der Kolk,
1294:God at his best (and he always is)does not have favorite children ~ Eugene H Peterson,
1295:Happy people don't make history. Happy people make children, then die. ~ Neil Hilborn,
1296:Have no fear, children. It is only fear that allows evil to prevail. ~ Oliver P tzsch,
1297:He gambled all his life, he's got 27 children, yet he's never had a wife. ~ Bob Dylan,
1298:Housewives are dependent creatures who are still children…parasites. ~ Gloria Steinem,
1299:I absolutely want to have children, whether I have my own or adopt. ~ Anna Kournikova,
1300:I felt highly anxious in a way that I didn't think other children were. ~ Lena Dunham,
1301:If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. ~ Albert Einstein,
1302:I have four children which is not bad considering I'm not a Catholic. ~ Peter Ustinov,
1303:I just want my children to be happy. I want my children to be healthy. ~ Ricky Martin,
1304:In heaven, there are neither nobles nor peasants. Only children of God. ~ Julie Berry,
1305:I think children have talent and insight, but it gets beaten out of them. ~ Rita Dove,
1306:It is as true as breath. It is as important as the words of children. ~ Craig Childs,
1307:It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. ~ Frederick Douglass,
1308:It’s an odd thing when your children start telling you what to do.” “I ~ Lisa Wingate,
1309:I will make myself count to ten before I speak to the children in anger, ~ Anne Tyler,
1310:I would rather be trampled by thousands of children than touch a spider. ~ Frank Iero,
1311:Look at your children. Of course you’re accomplishing something. ~ Meg Mitchell Moore,
1312:Most American children suffer too much mother and too little father. ~ Gloria Steinem,
1313:My children didn't have my advantages; I was born into abject poverty. ~ Kirk Douglas,
1314:My children, if you desire perseverance, be devout to our Blessed Lady. ~ Philip Neri,
1315:My children were attacked by the Minnesota media when I was governor. ~ Jesse Ventura,
1316:No race of barbarians ever existed yet offered up children for money ~ Samuel Gompers,
1317:Not the children of the rich or of the powerful only, but of all ~ John Amos Comenius,
1318:Olive had great courage. Perhaps it takes courage to raise children. ~ John Steinbeck,
1319:Perhaps my children will live in stone houses and walled towns - Not I ~ Genghis Khan,
1320:Pray that your children will develop a heart that seeks after God. ~ Stormie Omartian,
1321:Quite frankly, teachers are the only profession that teach our children. ~ Dan Quayle,
1322:Save now, so you are not dependent on your children when you are old ~ Shri Radhe Maa,
1323:She'd never believed in God, except when she heard children singing. ~ Liane Moriarty,
1324:She’d never believed in God, except when she heard children singing. ~ Liane Moriarty,
1325:Soft drinks: The gooey, bubbly sea drowning our American children. ~ Marlene Dietrich,
1326:Teach the children so it will not be necessary to teach the adults. ~ Abraham Lincoln,
1327:The children I knew have shed their skins and slithered into society. ~ Stuart Turton,
1328:the creative soul creates not children, but conceptions of wisdom and virtue, ~ Plato,
1329:The dutifulness of children is the foundation of all virtues. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero,
1330:The greatest natural resource that any country can have is its children. ~ Danny Kaye,
1331:The one thing I wished for my children is that they'd be readers. ~ Bruce Springsteen,
1332:Therefore, be imitators of God, as dearly loved children. Ephesians 5: 1 ~ Beth Moore,
1333:The soul is healed by being with children. —Fyodor Dostoyevsky W ~ William Paul Young,
1334:The world is not given by our fathers but borrowed from our children. ~ Wendell Berry,
1335:To make your children capable of honesty is the beginning of education. ~ John Ruskin,
1336:Truisms, my young friend, are the useless children of hindsight. Well, ~ Terry Brooks,
1337:was being greeted by a silent, smiling band of bald, retarded children. ~ Dan Simmons,
1338:We destroy only because we’re spiritually sated. Exactly like children! ~ Leo Tolstoy,
1339:We should cease thinking about men as the enemy of children and women. ~ Karen DeCrow,
1340:Whoever controls the education of our children controls the future. ~ Wilma Mankiller,
1341:Will without power is like children playing at soldiers. ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow,
1342:16The Spirit himself testifies with our spirit that we are God’s children. ~ Anonymous,
1343:As children we have no trouble adopting the extraordinary into our world. ~ H D Gordon,
1344:Be aware of children who may be living in a domestically violent home. ~ Asa Don Brown,
1345:Be careful what you say to your children. They may agree with you. ~ Nathaniel Branden,
1346:Children cannot lobby and cannot vote. We must speak for them. ~ Marian Wright Edelman,
1347:Children listen best with their eyes. What you do is what they hear. ~ Richard Carlson,
1348:Children often sang, adults seldom. At what age did the singing stop? ~ Mary Jo Putney,
1349:Children require guidance and sympathy far more than instruction. ~ Anne Sullivan Macy,
1350:children should be taught not so much what to think as how to think. ~ Richard Dawkins,
1351:Children's talent to endure stems from their ignorance of alternatives. ~ Maya Angelou,
1352:Dark came early and stayed full of lights and the shouts of children. ~ China Mi ville,
1353:Do good in the name of children. Do good in the name of public health. ~ Arthur Caplan,
1354:Enjoy your children, even when they don't act the way you want them to. ~ Muhammad Ali,
1355:Everybody knows how to raise children, except the people who have them. ~ P J O Rourke,
1356:Fathers have a unique and irreplaceable role in the lives of children. ~ George W Bush,
1357:For children is there any happiness which is not also noise? ~ Frederick William Faber,
1358:For home is a magnet that brings back even its most abstracted children. ~ Kate Morton,
1359:How much blood will it take to make them stop? How many more children must die? ~ Brom,
1360:I aint such a mug as to put up my children to all I know myself. ~ George Bernard Shaw,
1361:I do love children, but I don't really talk about that in auditions. ~ Emilie de Ravin,
1362:I don't believe in things literally for children. That's a reduction. ~ Maurice Sendak,
1363:I’d rather be at home making love to my wife while my children are asleep. ~ Joe Biden,
1364:If we wish to create a lasting peace we must begin with the children. ~ Mahatma Gandhi,
1365:I think the children of Hollywood are more influential than the parents. ~ James Bobin,
1366:I would like to make a film to tell children "it's good to be alive". ~ Hayao Miyazaki,
1367:Leia Organa married Han Solo; and together they had three children. ~ Kevin J Anderson,
1368:Men bore me;
Women abhor me;
Children floor me;
Society stinks ~ J D Salinger,
1369:Most writers are middle-class and are the children of doctors or lawyers. ~ Gore Vidal,
1370:Parents own the children, and it is an issue of freedom and public health. ~ Rand Paul,
1371:Praise your children openly, reprove them secretly. ~ William Cecil 1st Baron Burghley,
1372:Progressive societies outgrow institutions as children outgrow clothes. ~ Henry George,
1373:Sex was for men. Marriage, like lifeboats, was for women and children. ~ Carrie Fisher,
1374:Some children are spoiled and it is not their fault, it is their parents. ~ Roald Dahl,
1375:Spring's greatest joy beyond a doubt is when it brings the children out. ~ Edgar Guest,
1376:Strange children should smile at each other and say, "Let's play. ~ F Scott Fitzgerald,
1377:Sustainable development: Holding our world in trust for our children ~ Michael Meacher,
1378:The best thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother. ~ John Wooden,
1379:The cause of making the world a better place for children unites us all. ~ Liam Neeson,
1380:the children could tell, because they could hear the hum of ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
1381:The desires of adults are not more important than the needs of children. ~ Tim Walberg,
1382:The idea that all are children of God is not found in the Bible anywhere. ~ J I Packer,
1383:There’s No Godly Purpose for Starvation of Children, Slavery, and Genocide ~ Anonymous,
1384:The word tomorrow was invented for indecisive people and for children. ~ Ivan Turgenev,
1385:They steal our yesterdays and leave us no youth but that of our children.… ~ Glen Cook,
1386:We are but older children, dear,
Who fret to find our bedtime near. ~ Lewis Carroll,
1387:We are doing earlier and earlier to children what we shouldn't do later. ~ Lilian Katz,
1388:We are the children of the Rastaman we are the children of the higher man ~ Bob Marley,
1389:When I was a child, I never played with other children. I hated them. ~ Karl Lagerfeld,
1390:Women, and children, are to be cherished and respected, not terrorized. ~ Linda Wisdom,
1391:Women and children make you weak; get rid of them when you are in war. ~ M F Moonzajer,
1392:years old and widowed. No children. He’d sold his insurance business ~ Janet Evanovich,
1393:You are the smartest children i know. You just don't beleive it. ~ Trenton Lee Stewart,
1394:You can learn so much from children, and you can give them so much. ~ Nastassja Kinski,
1395:A farm without stock, a home without children. The world here was dying. ~ Rene Denfeld,
1396:All children grow up, or they die, or both. All children, except one. ~ Christina Henry,
1397:An attack on us was one thing, but the orcs? There were children there. ~ Larry Correia,
1398:Children are not sacks of grain, to be substituted one for the other. ~ Madeline Miller,
1399:Children are our future we must take care of them with maximum effort. ~ Naomi Campbell,
1400:Children bring chaos and clutter and an infinite potential for the future ~ Dan Simmons,
1401:Children find everything in nothing, men find nothing in everything. ~ Giacomo Leopardi,
1402:Children find everything in nothing; men find nothing in everything. ~ Giacomo Leopardi,
1403:Children have a right to grow up in a family with a father and a mother. ~ Pope Francis,
1404:Children see things very well sometimes and idealists even better. ~ Lorraine Hansberry,
1405:children were like plants—they had to have sunshine if they were to grow. ~ V C Andrews,
1406:Every book is different with it's own personality just like children. ~ Cassandra Clare,
1407:Feeding my children is not like feeding myself: it matters more. ~ Jonathan Safran Foer,
1408:God is merciful to children, but the children must be worthy as well. ~ Nicholas Sparks,
1409:Having children is no guarantee that you’ll get visitors … No, it isn’t. ~ Fannie Flagg,
1410:He that overcometh shall inherit all things. God has no poor children. ~ Dwight L Moody,
1411:I believe that all children should be surrounded by books and animals. ~ Gerald Durrell,
1412:If the legends fall silent, who will teach the children of our ways? ~ Chief Dan George,
1413:I have made the cause of children and families really my life's work. ~ Hillary Clinton,
1414:I have the hearing of a mother with small children. My shit is bionic. “Go ~ Elle Casey,
1415:I'm going to marry my novels and have little short stories for children. ~ Jack Kerouac,
1416:I never thought I'd get to have children; to me [they're] just a miracle. ~ Nancy Grace,
1417:I've always really loved stories told from the point of view of children. ~ Mara Wilson,
1418:I would have sold my wife and children into slavery for a ride into space. ~ Mary Roach,
1419:Let parents bequeath to their children not riches, but the spirit of reverence. ~ Plato,
1420:Looking out for your children is an ongoing process throughout your life. ~ Liam Neeson,
1421:Messages are the death of an honest literary transaction with children ~ Maurice Sendak,
1422:Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is a amazing book, I love it ~ Ransom Riggs,
1423:Must we not protect children with all we are? And so the future. ~ David Clement Davies,
1424:My Brother starv'd between two Walls,His Children's Cry my Soul appalls ~ William Blake,
1425:My children have grown up around animals. They're not scared of them. ~ Candace Cameron,
1426:My parents believe in the happy endings to the stories of their children. ~ Glen Duncan,
1427:My wife and two children traveled with me on locations all last season. ~ Martin Milner,
1428:Outwitting children isn’t difficult, but it takes commitment and energy. ~ Bijou Hunter,
1429:Parents have to really talk to their children before they leave home. ~ Aretha Franklin,
1430:Power does not make safe. History murders the children of weak rulers. ~ R Scott Bakker,
1431:PSA115.14 The LORD shall increase you more and more, you and your children. ~ Anonymous,
1432:Quick, children, come now. You are safe here. You are safe with us. ~ Tatiana de Rosnay,
1433:She hadn’t ever wanted children and yet she had. She had and she did ~ Maggie O Farrell,
1434:She was also an adult, and when adults fight children, adults always win. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1435:Someone wise, I forget who, said we must leave our children to fate. ~ Bernard Cornwell,
1436:Some parents bring their children up and, I suppose, others let them down. ~ Stacey Lee,
1437:Sometimes children must be left alone to be still and silent, and to do. ~ David Almond,
1438:Sometimes maybe children also fulfill their parents' secrets desire. ~ Isabelle Huppert,
1439:That’s kind of awesome,” I said. “Children frequently are,” Michael said. ~ Jim Butcher,
1440:The best legacy we leave is not for our children but in our children. ~ Deborah Roberts,
1441:The best way to guide children without coercion is to be ourselves. ~ Madeleine L Engle,
1442:The Bushwhackers are living proof that the Three Stooges had children ~ Gorilla Monsoon,
1443:The dog was created specially for children. He is a god of frolic. ~ Henry Ward Beecher,
1444:there is nothing so unlucky as to compliment children to their faces; ~ Rudyard Kipling,
1445:There's nothing more heart-breaking than watching your children suffer. ~ Rachel Boston,
1446:The righteous man walks in his integrity; His children are blessed after him. ~ Solomon,
1447:The soul is healed by being with children.
--Fyodor Dostoyevsky ~ William Paul Young,
1448:The weakness of little children's limbs is innocent, not their souls. ~ Saint Augustine,
1449:The world of adults seemed to budget for the carelessness of children. ~ Matthew Thomas,
1450:[This story] would seem to be for children, but I'm not fussy who reads it. ~ E B White,
1451:This would be a better place for children if parents had to eat spinach. ~ Groucho Marx,
1452:True, I talk of dreams
which are the children of an idle brain ~ William Shakespeare,
1453:We must choose between the violence of adults and the smiles of children. ~ Elie Wiesel,
1454:We never had any children," he said ruefully. "Our work was our children. ~ Patti Smith,
1455:We people in camp are merely big children, wayward and changeable. ~ Rutherford B Hayes,
1456:We’re going to be together. And have terrible, terrible little children. ~ Kresley Cole,
1457:When you have small children, packing is a challenge, a project, an ordeal ~ Kim Brooks,
1458:Wisdom leads us back to childhood. Except ye become as little children. ~ Blaise Pascal,
1459:Witchcraft scum exploiting the dumb turning children into punks and slaves. ~ Bob Dylan,
1460:You love your children, maybe not the same but always the same amount. ~ Kristen Ashley,
1461:You’re our sister—live bountifully!        And your children, triumphantly! ~ Anonymous,
1462:Youth is a wonderful thing. What a crime to waste it on children. ~ George Bernard Shaw,
1463:Adults often treat each other as children, and children as adults. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
1464:A father’s fear for his children does not fade when they grow, Par’chin. ~ Peter V Brett,
1465:All children have to be deceived if they are to grow up without trauma. ~ Kazuo Ishiguro,
1466:A mother's arms are made of tenderness and children sleep soundly in them. ~ Victor Hugo,
1467:Another truth: parents desire for their children the things they never had. ~ A G Riddle,
1468:As a parent my greatest fear is always anything that endangers my children. ~ Derek Luke,
1469:At their peak, they gassed 8,000 men, women and children in a single day. ~ Wendy Holden,
1470:But I am not the mother of anybody's children, I said, and I am something ~ Alice Walker,
1471:But what if His majesty is not as important to Him as His children are? ~ Nabeel Qureshi,
1472:Children are God's way to rekindle the dwindling magic in relationships. ~ Nilesh Rathod,
1473:Children are sponges, soaking up every verbal and nonverbal interaction. ~ Asa Don Brown,
1474:children are under our care; we need to take good care of them! ~ Ernest Agyemang Yeboah,
1475:Children can only grow from something you love to something you lose. ~ Stephen Sondheim,
1476:Children can only take so much, and they deal with it however they can. ~ Julie Christie,
1477:Children enjoy inflicting pain until unhappiness teaches them tenderness. ~ Mason Cooley,
1478:Children just need love," Sarah had said. "It doesn't always matter from whom. ~ S Block,
1479:Children play soldier. That makes sense. But why do soldiers play children? ~ Karl Kraus,
1480:Children who are readers will develop acceptable levels of literacy. ~ Stephen D Krashen,
1481:Contented children are valuable, as is the peace that surrounds them. ~ Gordon R Dickson,
1482:Drinking beer in a children’s playground is an old Soviet tradition. ~ Sergei Lukyanenko,
1483:Education teaches children to lose interest in what matters most to them. ~ Paul Russell,
1484:Giving tuition breaks to the children of illegal immigrants needs to stop. ~ Mitt Romney,
1485:Grandparenthood is one of life's rewards for surviving your own children. ~ Erma Bombeck,
1486:Having children is fab. They keep me young and make me get up in the morning. ~ Jo Brand,
1487:I cannot be silent when facing these evils against women and children. ~ Chen Guangcheng,
1488:If I want my children to learn what bomba and plena is, I will teach them. ~ Luis Guzman,
1489:If I was dead broke and had to feed my three children. I'd do anything. ~ Yolanda Foster,
1490:If we don't stand up for children, then we don't stand for much. ~ Marian Wright Edelman,
1491:If you can't feel secure - and teach your children to feel secure - about ~ Bryan Caplan,
1492:If you want your children to listen, try talking softly - to someone else. ~ Ann Landers,
1493:I have three sons, and I think were both fierce protectors of our children. ~ Jami Gertz,
1494:I thought children were pure and innocent, and that was inherently better. ~ Mara Wilson,
1495:It is no use trying to improve on children's names for wildflowers. ~ Mary Hunter Austin,
1496:It is so fatally easy to make young children believe that they are horrible. ~ T H White,
1497:I was inspired to write children's books, but without blood and gore. ~ Stanley Williams,
1498:Just like children, emotions heal when they are heard and validated. ~ Jill Bolte Taylor,
1499:Keep your families close together, and love and honor your children. ~ Gordon B Hinckley,
1500:Knowing what to expect next gives children a sense of security. ~ Hillary Rodham Clinton,
1501:Lord, please watch over all these lost children born to chase the hurricane. ~ Tom Petty,
1502:My own children are John Cena fans- which really pisses me off by the way. ~ Paul Heyman,
1503:My real achievement is my daughter and my three beautiful grandchildren. ~ Marilyn Horne,
1504:My songs are like my children - I expect them to support me when I'm old. ~ Dolly Parton,
1505:only until the children are born. Your life is your own only for a short time: ~ Amos Oz,
1506:Our children can achieve great things when we set high expectations for them. ~ Jeb Bush,
1507:Parents, if your children walk in your ways, will you be happy or horrified? ~ Anonymous,
1508:People who get nostalgic about childhood were obviously never children. ~ Bill Watterson,
1509:Research shows that normal young children misbehave every three minutes. ~ Carol S Dweck,
1510:Respect Mother Earth and her giving ways or trade away our children's days. ~ Neil Young,
1511:seek unto him as children to a parent. ~ The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints,
1512:She weeps, but war cares little for tears or the children that shed them. ~ Peter Newman,
1513:Sleeping children gained weight according to the depth of their sleep. ~ Kerry Greenwood,
1514:So many broken children living in grown bodies mimicking adult lives. ~ Ijeoma Umebinyuo,
1515:Someday I want to have children and give them all the love I never had. ~ Marilyn Monroe,
1516:Some of our children are our justifications and some are but our regrets ~ Khalil Gibran,
1517:The cross is where God forgave his children without lowering his standards. ~ Max Lucado,
1518:The deepest sleep is meant only for children and perfect fools. ~ Jill Alexander Essbaum,
1519:The grandchildren should not bear the debts of the grandparents. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb,
1520:Then I reminded myself that all intelligent children suffer bad dreams. ~ Grant Morrison,
1521:Then the children could hear a man talking. It was the baker! ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
1522:This is the love of God, an alchemy that can turn enemies into children. ~ Mark Buchanan,
1523:To a very great degree, school is a place where children learn to be stupid. ~ John Holt,
1524:Unhappy Europe! Thou shalt perish by the moral insanity of thy children! ~ Joseph Conrad,
1525:When mom and dad went to war the only prisoners they took were the children ~ Pat Conroy,
1526:Who's taking care of the children is an important question for all of us. ~ Nancy Pelosi,
1527:Why doesn’t the Good Book say honor thy children, Grandpa, why doesn’t it? ~ V C Andrews,
1528:Why do grandparents and grandchildren get along so well? The mother. ~ Claudette Colbert,
1529:You never realize the value of coaching until your children play for a coach ~ Don Meyer,
1530:Adults will not necessarily laugh at the same thing as their children. ~ Richard Armitage,
1531:Children are always ready to believe that adult catastrophes are their fault. ~ P D James,
1532:Children conceived by this woman would only be cannibalized by her womb. ~ Erika Johansen,
1533:Children's as good as 'rithmetic to set you findin' out things. ~ Frances Hodgson Burnett,
1534:Delayed gratification is important first and foremost in training children. ~ Bill Hybels,
1535:Even really horrible children probably looked beautiful when they slept. ~ Liane Moriarty,
1536:Fidel Castro is loved down into the children. The Revolution won't die! ~ Louis Farrakhan,
1537:For children, Christmas is anticipation. For adults, Christmas is memory. ~ Eric Sevareid,
1538:For children, most importantly, being in the garden is something magical. ~ Fritjof Capra,
1539:... for home is a magnet that lures back even its most abstracted children. ~ Kate Morton,
1540:For secrets are edged tools, And must be kept from children and from fools. ~ John Dryden,
1541:I am forty years old, Joan thirty-eight.
We have no children, we can't. ~ David Peace,
1542:If men found out how to give birth to children they'll never propose again. ~ Bette Davis,
1543:If we are to create peace in our world, we must begin with our children. ~ Mahatma Gandhi,
1544:If we call ourselves children of God, then others are also children of God. ~ Sri Chinmoy,
1545:I had a family, I had children, I got married. My ambition changed. ~ Penelope Ann Miller,
1546:I have five young children, and I take being a role model very seriously. ~ Albert Pujols,
1547:I know my children will never have to say, 'Mom died of ovarian cancer.' ~ Angelina Jolie,
1548:I'm blessed with eight children - though I'm talking about eight adults now. ~ Ned Beatty,
1549:I'm not very domestic. For years my children thought mold was a frosting. ~ Martha Bolton,
1550:inertia did not grip her. She hid her fragility as best she could. Children ~ Roger Cohen,
1551:I've never made a secret of the fact that I'd have loved to have children. ~ Marian Keyes,
1552:Let us sacrifice our today so that our children can have a better tomorrow. ~ Abdul Kalam,
1553:Love your friends' kids even if you don't want or like children. Just do it. ~ Roxane Gay,
1554:Model the qualities that you want your children to show to each other. ~ Elizabeth George,
1555:Most of us become parents long before we have stopped being children. ~ Mignon McLaughlin,
1556:My mandate...is to promote the protection, rights and welfare of children. ~ Olara Otunnu,
1557:My only purpose is to teach children to rebel against authority figures. ~ Sherman Alexie,
1558:No matter what the delusions are, parents do not really know their children ~ Manu Joseph,
1559:now is the time to make justice a reality for all God’s children. ~ Martin Luther King Jr,
1560:OF COURSE I'd like to be the ideal mother. But I'm too busy raising children. ~ Bil Keane,
1561:Only mothers can’t say they don’t want their children and just go away. ~ Agatha Christie,
1562:People have defining moments, i suppose, especially when they're children. ~ Markus Zusak,
1563:philoprogenitive type (people who are inclined to favor their own children). ~ Dan Ariely,
1564:playing at the entrance of the hut. “Whose children are these?” he asked. ~ Peter Rollins,
1565:Raising children is a creative endeavor, an art rather than a science. ~ Bruno Bettelheim,
1566:Rich children are always blond, Jocelyn goes. It has to do with vitamins. ~ Jennifer Egan,
1567:Teach the children that Africans are not one iota inferior to Europeans. ~ Nelson Mandela,
1568:The nasheeds I do are for children, the youth, and for the older people. ~ Junaid Jamshed,
1569:The problem is, with a lot of children's films, they are very commercial. ~ Michel Gondry,
1570:There are all kinds of writers. The best writers write children's books. ~ Richard Scarry,
1571:There are many dying children out there whose last wish is to meet me. ~ David Hasselhoff,
1572:There is no greater violence than to deny the dreams of our children. ~ Kailash Satyarthi,
1573:Three things remain with us from paradise: stars, flowers and children. ~ Dante Alighieri,
1574:Want to raise children who will be happy adults? Teach them not to whine. ~ Dennis Prager,
1575:we are all children at heart and that we all need to be heard and understood. ~ T R Ragan,
1576:Women especially as to be talked to as below men, and above children. ~ Lord Chesterfield,
1577:You are merely a child, and children are sometimes the cruelest of all. ~ Roshani Chokshi,
1578:You just don't understand humility until you have children and get divorced. ~ Val Kilmer,
1579:You must work, we must all work, to make the world worthy of its children. ~ Pablo Casals,
1580:You must write for children the same way you write for adults, only better. ~ Maxim Gorky,
1581:Younger and younger, our children are seeing the sippy-cup as half empty. ~ Maria Bamford,
1582:Your Kindle book loan for Surprise Island (The Boxcar Children Graphic Novels ~ Anonymous,
1583:You've got your hands full if you have three children under 2 years old. ~ Jackie Collins,
1584:273. "Listen to them, the children of the night. What sweet music they make. ~ Bram Stoker,
1585:Ah, my dear. Sometimes God takes the most precious children to his own. ~ Philippa Gregory,
1586:Animation is not just for children - it's also for adults who take drugs. ~ Paul McCartney,
1587:Children are much less annoying [than adults] and they never start trends. ~ Fran Lebowitz,
1588:Children, bored and opinionated, are scholars of the most dogmatic stripe. ~ Nick Harkaway,
1589:Children do not yet know that the world doesn’t revolve around them. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson,
1590:Children don't just get milk from breastfeeding, they get our energy too. ~ Stephen Gaskin,
1591:Children like being a little scared, but they don't want to be disturbed. ~ Salman Rushdie,
1592:Children remember staying up late. Grownups think about getting up early ~ Robert Goolrick,
1593:Children should be led into the right paths, not by severity, but by persuasion. ~ Terence,
1594:Children surviving childhood is my obsessive theme and my life's concern. ~ Maurice Sendak,
1595:Children use the fist until they are of age to use the brain. ~ Elizabeth Barrett Browning,
1596:Chris Columbus was really interesting to watch how he works with children. ~ David R Ellis,
1597:Come, let us choose us wives from among the children of men and beget us children. ~ Enoch,
1598:Debts are nowadays like children begot with pleasure, but brought forth in pain. ~ Moliere,
1599:For Job said, “It may be that my children have sinned, and cursed God in their ~ Anonymous,
1600:God had no children too weak, but a great many too strong to make use of. ~ Dwight L Moody,
1601:He couldn’t help but like the look of children when they were sleeping. “Is ~ Ann Patchett,
1602:How can those of us who are parents help our children recognize their bliss? ~ Bill Moyers,
1603:I always told my children when they whined... Only the boring are bored. ~ Tommy Lee Jones,
1604:I always wish I could go back and see the people that I love as children. ~ Rachel McAdams,
1605:I had to smile at the man. I mean, you have to smile at idiots and children. ~ Jim Butcher,
1606:I have seven children by six different mothers. Maybe success was too good to me. ~ Eazy E,
1607:I make no claim to be an authority on writing or illustrating for children. ~ Hugh Lofting,
1608:I'm a married man and I've got two children, and you have to do sacrifices. ~ Glenn Tipton,
1609:In the streets the children screamed. The lovers cried, and the poets dreamed ~ Don McLean,
1610:I teach for the Book Trust, which promotes reading and writing with children. ~ Toby Jones,
1611:It seems to me of great importance to teach children respect for life. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt,
1612:It was a fact that many people ignored: Children's books held truths" -Kahlen ~ Kiera Cass,
1613:It wasn't until I had children that I really understood what love meant. ~ Nicholas Sparks,
1614:I will only make pictures that I won't be ashamed to have my children see. ~ Louis B Mayer,
1615:Love your children, for they are the seeds that will make this city bloom. ~ Jessie Burton,
1616:Marriage is about raising children. That's the purpose of the institution. ~ Rush Limbaugh,
1617:My mother loved children - she would have given anything if I had been one. ~ Groucho Marx,
1618:My mother was very family-oriented. And I do love being with my children. ~ Richard Rogers,
1619:No children. No books. Few friends. She seemed to know what she was doing. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
1620:Now children as young as nine carry AK47s which can kill 30 people in seconds. ~ Kate Adie,
1621:Our troops are terrorizing women and children in the dark of night in Iraq. ~ John F Kerry,
1622:People should tell your children what life is all about - it's about work. ~ Lauren Bacall,
1623:Small children don’t let you sleep; big children don’t let you rest. ~ Lynda Cohen Loigman,
1624:some half-dozen children running in the fields or about the wetus—fewer ~ Geraldine Brooks,
1625:Streets are like children, David thought; the small ones go to bed first. ~ Helen MacInnes,
1626:The best teacher of children, in brief, is one who is essentially childlike. ~ H L Mencken,
1627:The best thing a society can do is ensure its children are taken care of. ~ Brigid Schulte,
1628:The gruel that children's little hands have stirredIs sweeter than nectar. ~ Thiruvalluvar,
1629:The place is very well and quiet and the children only scream in a low voice. ~ Lord Byron,
1630:The problem with children is that you have to put up with their parents. ~ Charles de Lint,
1631:There are two things that grant a bit of immortality: books and children ~ Tiziano Terzani,
1632:There is only one child in the world and the Child’s name is All Children. ~ Carl Sandburg,
1633:The rich, like well brought up children, are meant to be seen, not heard. ~ Lewis H Lapham,
1634:They said - Adults need to have fun so children will want to grow up. ~ Erica Bauermeister,
1635:We first become salesmen as children in the confession booths of our parents. ~ Criss Jami,
1636:We lived longer but at a price. We had to be our own children, having none. ~ Ray Bradbury,
1637:Whenever I deal with children or the military, that becomes special to me. ~ Robert Irvine,
1638:When lying, be emphatic and indignant, thus behaving like your children. ~ William Feather,
1639:Women never wake then, do they? They sleep the sleep of babes and children. ~ Ray Bradbury,
1640:You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth. ~ Khalil Gibran,
1641:You know, I have seven children, so I guess I know some things about life. ~ Stevie Wonder,
1642:A man divorcing would never be accused of choosing career over children. ~ Jennifer Aniston,
1643:As children we are taught not to play with fire, not how to play with fire. ~ Steven Kotler,
1644:But one half the children born, it is computed, die before the age of manhood. ~ Adam Smith,
1645:Children are more influenced by sermons you act than by sermons you preach. ~ David O McKay,
1646:Children are supposed to go to school, play on swing sets, skin their knees. ~ Jodi Picoult,
1647:Children can tell you what Channel 7 says, but not what Matthew 7 says. ~ Leonard Ravenhill,
1648:Children have to grow into their imaginations like a pair of oversized shoes ~ Stephen King,
1649:Children often blame themselves when a parent leaves, and I was no exception. ~ Jesmyn Ward,
1650:Children seem to think that every pleasant thing has to be a surprise. ~ Marilynne Robinson,
1651:Dogs are children who never grow up.
Cats are adults who were never young. ~ Chris Myers,
1652:Existentialism is the kind of philosophy that makes for legendary children. ~ Norman Mailer,
1653:Give love to your children, to a wife or husband, to a next-door neighbour. ~ Mother Teresa,
1654:he is a widower with no children and no hobbies except his dream of revenge. ~ Stephen King,
1655:He would have us like children who believe what their father tells them. ~ Charles Spurgeon,
1656:How will I be remembered by my children? This is the true measure of a man. ~ Brian Herbert,
1657:If men started taking care of children, the job will become more valuable. ~ Gloria Steinem,
1658:If you want to see what children can do, you must stop giving them things. ~ Norman Douglas,
1659:I have six children and I love all my kids more than anything in the world. ~ Steven Seagal,
1660:I have three beautiful children and a World Series ring. That's all I need. ~ Mark Teixeira,
1661:I have two children, and they know that I never pass up a piece of cake, ever. ~ Lisa Rinna,
1662:I Love children, especially when they cry for then someone takes them away. ~ Nancy Mitford,
1663:I love to read, I love to watch movies, and I love to be with my children. ~ Cornelia Funke,
1664:I may not be a role model, but at least I'm raising really smart children. ~ Colleen Hoover,
1665:I'm sad for adults who want to be children. And children who want to be adults. ~ Tim Allen,
1666:Its funny, as soon as you lose faith, you have children, and life reawakens. ~ Mark Helprin,
1667:It warps the minds of our children and weakens the resolve of our allies. ~ Stephen Colbert,
1668:I've learned that the worst thing a parent can do is ignore their children ~ Sherman Alexie,
1669:I wanted to convey the message to children that this life is worth living. ~ Hayao Miyazaki,
1670:Let parents then bequeath to their children not riches but the spirit of reverence. ~ Plato,
1671:My children have no prejudices at all. My own brother-in-law is Jewish! ~ Dorothy Kilgallen,
1672:One day our grandchildren will go to museums to see what poverty was like. ~ Muhammad Yunus,
1673:Our faces will become works of art that our grandchildren will treasure. ~ Adriana Trigiani,
1674:Our poets are men of talents who sing, and not the children of music. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
1675:Royalty is but a feather in a man's cap; let children enjoy their rattle. ~ Oliver Cromwell,
1676:Sometimes being around children was the perfect abstinence program. ~ Jennifer L Armentrout,
1677:That they would publish for adults and which would find currency with children. ~ Shaun Tan,
1678:The children don't wear their masks at home and in controlled surroundings. ~ Martin Bashir,
1679:There is no substitute for your impassioned prayers on behalf of your children ~ Jim George,
1680:The true character of a society is revealed in how it treats its children. ~ Nelson Mandela,
1681:The worst thing you can do is nothing. (re: teaching children with autism) ~ Temple Grandin,
1682:They assumed children were terrors, and teenagers were the leaders of them all. ~ Anonymous,
1683:They enslave their children's children who make compromise with sin. ~ James Russell Lowell,
1684:Tomorrow’s world will be shaped by what we teach our children today. ~ Suzanne Woods Fisher,
1685:Vaccines are a miracle cure. Eight out of 10 children are getting vaccines. ~ Melinda Gates,
1686:We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors. We borrow it from our children. ~ Anonymous,
1687:We owe it to our children to give them a dignified and hopeful future. ~ Giorgio Napolitano,
1688:What a dreary stodgy world of adults the children saw when they went out! ~ Christina Stead,
1689:What does it mean to redirect children out of fear that they would be unhappy? ~ Sara Ahmed,
1690:What would happen if we listened to children as much as we talked to them? ~ Gloria Steinem,
1691:When children come into contact with nature, they reveal their strength. ~ Maria Montessori,
1692:When it comes to the education of our children... failure is not an option. ~ George W Bush,
1693:When their children fail to charm others, few parents can stay neutral. ~ Mignon McLaughlin,
1694:You do not inherit the Earth from your parents, you borrow it from your children. ~ Unknown,
1695:All My Children' taught me a great work ethic; you work so hard on a soap opera! ~ Eva LaRue,
1696:All your children are poor unfortunate victims of systems beyond their control ~ Frank Zappa,
1697:As children of God, one of the privileges we have is believing the impossible. ~ Joyce Meyer,
1698:As we have just observed, nothing trains children to silence like unhappiness. ~ Victor Hugo,
1699:At the name of Aslan each one of the children felt something jump in its inside. ~ C S Lewis,
1700:But for herself, nothing but this dreary endurance—till the children grew up. ~ D H Lawrence,
1701:Children have to grow into their imaginations like a pair of oversized shoes. ~ Stephen King,
1702:children tend to hold a concept of God even if their parents are atheists. ~ Nancy R Pearcey,
1703:Children...they string our joys, like jewels bright, upon the thread of years. ~ Edgar Guest,
1704:Clowns drink to blot out the ravages of terrifying children for a living. ~ Douglas Coupland,
1705:Disabled children are equally entitled to an exciting and brilliant future. ~ Nelson Mandela,
1706:Fathers always play mahagurus to their children, and I am no exception. ~ Mithun Chakraborty,
1707:film of Midnight’s Children, directed by Deepa Mehta, was released in 2012. ~ Salman Rushdie,
1708:Gardening is, apart from having children, the most rewarding thing in life ~ Alan Titchmarsh,
1709:God did not create two classes of children or human beings-only one. ~ Marian Wright Edelman,
1710:How many really capable men are children more than once during the day! ~ Napoleon Bonaparte,
1711:If the gods care not for me and for my children, There is a reason for it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1712:I gave them pitying glances, because they were not the children of my father. ~ Rebecca West,
1713:I love children, especially when they cry, for then someone takes them away. ~ Nancy Mitford,
1714:I'm a chairperson for 'No Kid Hungry', a campaign for poor American children. ~ Jeff Bridges,
1715:In a country of children where the option is Santa Claus or work, what wins? ~ Rush Limbaugh,
1716:It is no use to preach to children if you do not act decently yourself. ~ Theodore Roosevelt,
1717:It’s not nice to think of children growing up like mushrooms, in the dark. ~ Shirley Jackson,
1718:Just as parents care for their children, you should bear in mind the whole universe. ~ Dogen,
1719:Kids were for later, maybe. They could still see the children they had been. ~ Karen Russell,
1720:Last words of his mother to his father: "Keep eternity before the children. ~ Dallas Willard,
1721:Let [children] be able to do all things, and love to do only the good. ~ Michel de Montaigne,
1722:Librarians are like crack dealers when it comes to hooking small children. ~ Spider Robinson,
1723:Marriage, children-you never expect it to end in tragedy. Unless you're me. ~ Michael C Hall,
1724:Media. I think I have heard of her. Isn't she the one who killed her children? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1725:Media. I think I have heard of her. Isn’t she the one who killed her children? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1726:My children are so rarely happy. I...I would like to see you be an exception. ~ Rick Riordan,
1727:No man has the right to bring up children without surrounding them with books. ~ Horace Mann,
1728:Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God's children. ~ Martin Luther King Jr,
1729:Once, the parental bed collapsed because all the children sat on it at once. ~ Diane Cilento,
1730:Our love for our children springs from the soul's greatest yearning for immortality. ~ Plato,
1731:Parents, she thought, learned to survive touching their children less and less. ~ Celeste Ng,
1732:Perhaps all children were held captive, in some part, by their parents’ pasts. ~ Kate Morton,
1733:Poets are people who can still see the world through the eyes of children. ~ Alphonse Daudet,
1734:Praying for your children is the most powerful way you can care for them. ~ Elizabeth George,
1735:Question for parents: do you want to make your children safe, or strong? ~ Jordan Peterson,
1736:Rock music is, is a necessary evil, like beating my children with penny loafers ~ Thom Yorke,
1737:Rules are for children. This is war, and in war the only crime is to lose. ~ Joe Abercrombie,
1738:Rules are part of our lives. Only children and fools believe they're immune. ~ Ellen Hopkins,
1739:She took recourse to the expedient of constantly terrified children. She lied. ~ Victor Hugo,
1740:Someday someone is going to find this pelvis sexy or I'll never have children. ~ Ned Vizzini,
1741:That’s why children can surprise you. They never fill out the proper forms. ~ Gardner Dozois,
1742:The arms of mothers are made of tenderness; in them children sleep profoundly. ~ Victor Hugo,
1743:The children of God can defeat the adversary, for we have fought him before. ~ Chris Stewart,
1744:The house seemed to have all the comforts of little Children, dirt and litter. ~ Jane Austen,
1745:The lightning girl is easier to read than the pages of a children's book. ~ Victoria Aveyard,
1746:The only love that I really believe in is a mother’s love for her children. ~ Karl Lagerfeld,
1747:The purpose of the Bible is simply to proclaim God's plan to save His children. ~ Max Lucado,
1748:There was in Athens a temple dedicated to old age. Children were taken there. ~ Albert Camus,
1749:The seas did not forgive, and they did not welcome their wayward children home. ~ Mira Grant,
1750:This is the disarming power of children: their need makes you forget your own. ~ Mitch Albom,
1751:True it is that troubles niver come single, they're married an' has children. ~ Jean Webster,
1752:We all must have the faith of children, but the doctrine of theologians. ~ Josemaria Escriva,
1753:We have been told since we were mer-children that extra-weight is revolting ~ Louise O Neill,
1754:When you have small children, there are no vacations; there are now only trips. ~ Kim Brooks,
1755:Working mothers with young children are the most time-scarce segment of society, ~ Anonymous,
1756:You know, my children go to a local, local catholic school just down the road. ~ John Deacon,
1757:4The greatest joy in my life is hearing how my children are walking in the truth. ~ Anonymous,
1758:[82] Wisdom leads us back to childhood. Except ye become as little children.1 ~ Blaise Pascal,
1759:All children, are born with the disposition to make sense of their experiences. ~ Lilian Katz,
1760:Along the way, we also managed to become adults without ceasing to be children. ~ Hope Jahren,
1761:A lot of mothers will do anything for their children, except let them be themselves. ~ Banksy,
1762:Always it gave me a pang that my children had no lawful claim to a name. ~ Harriet Ann Jacobs,
1763:An awesome thing children need is a frank smile from a sincere heart ~ Ernest Agyemang Yeboah,
1764:Anyone who was once a child should have at least one children's book in them. ~ Michael Rosen,
1765:But labels, names, or skin colour don't matter ... we're children of Christ. ~ Nadine Brandes,
1766:Children and dogs are the messengers of God some of us do not deserve them ~ Ginnetta Correli,
1767:Children are like fomites." What?" "Spreading infections everywhere they go. ~ Tess Gerritsen,
1768:Children are the anchors of a mother’s life. —SOPHOCLES, Phaedra, fragment 612 ~ Jodi Picoult,
1769:Children from a big family have the benefit of a certain amount of neglect. ~ Wallace Stegner,
1770:Children should observe a regular schedule for sleeping and waking up. ~ Mata Amritanandamayi,
1771:Children's tears are very near the surface, and come at the first crisis. ~ Daphne du Maurier,
1772:Children teach us to be courageous and to stand up against injustice. ~ Marian Wright Edelman,
1773:Children want one thing at a time, and want that one thing passionately. ~ Patricia Wentworth,
1774:Children with Autism aren't missing. Instead, they are off making discoveries ~ Jacob Barnett,
1775:Child support should do just that - support children, not the federal government. ~ Paul Ryan,
1776:Each day in this country, twenty-three hundred children are reported missing. ~ Dennis Lehane,
1777:Education is implication. It is not the things you say which children ~ Gilbert K Chesterton,
1778:Everybody is vulnerable through love of their children. Hostages to fortune. ~ Claire Tomalin,
1779:Freedom from indoctrination ought to be a basic human right for all children. ~ Bjorn Ulvaeus,
1780:GAL4.31 So then, brethren, we are not children of the bondwoman, but of the free. ~ Anonymous,
1781:Have we forgotten about the children, and thus forsaken the next generation? ~ Audrey Hepburn,
1782:Human beings are the only creatures that allow their children to come back home. ~ Bill Cosby,
1783:I always assumed that like my mother before me, one day I would have children. ~ Kim Cattrall,
1784:I am going to marry my novels and have little short stories for children.
~ Jack Kerouac,
1785:I can't even be around children. It's a problem. My ovaries start screaming. ~ Odette Annable,
1786:I'd love to have children, and I think marriage is great, I really do. ~ Jennifer Jason Leigh,
1787:If children don’t push the edges now and again, what’s the point of being a child? ~ J D Robb,
1788:I guess children believe whatever they want to believe. Perhaps adults do too. ~ Nathan Filer,
1789:I have no hesitation doing children's movies. Zero. And I don't even have kids. ~ David Cross,
1790:I like to be loved by my children, and I quite like the Guardian hating me. ~ Jeremy Clarkson,
1791:I'm not raising the children, I'm raising the grown ups that they're going to be. ~ Louis C K,
1792:I refuse to lie to children. I refuse to cater to the bullshit of innocence. ~ Maurice Sendak,
1793:It is no wonder that people are so horrible when they start life as children. ~ Kingsley Amis,
1794:Let the children use it, let the children lose it, let all the children boogie. ~ David Bowie,
1795:loving one’s children does not guarantee that one will never fail them, ~ Jennifer Chiaverini,
1796:My children are grown-ups., so you and Noah are my only little boys I have left. ~ John Green,
1797:My children, the secret of religion lies not in theories but in practice. ~ Swami Vivekananda,
1798:My wife and children are the greatest force that keeps me sober and strong. ~ Richard Patrick,
1799:My wife is Jewish, and therefore, it's my children's birthright to be Jewish. ~ Michael J Fox,
1800:Oh good. I have other things to do.” Like terrorize small children and grown men. ~ Lia Davis,
1801:One thing's sure and nothing surer. The rich get richer and the poor get- children ~ Ron Rash,
1802:Only children tell the whole truth, you know. That's what makes them children. ~ Stephen King,
1803:Our children, two daughters and a son, were born in 1874, 1876, and 1879. ~ Mary Augusta Ward,
1804:Parents were invented to make children happy by giving them something to ignore. ~ Ogden Nash,
1805:Racism is a grown-up disease and we must stop using our children to spread it. ~ Ruby Bridges,
1806:Reality is like a fine wine,” he said to me. “It will not appeal to children. ~ Donald Miller,
1807:Serve your parents if you expect your children to serve you when you are old ~ Shri Radhe Maa,
1808:She meant well. But knew nothing about children and the anguish they suffered. ~ Annie Proulx,
1809:…she rejoiced as only mothers can in the good fortunes of their children. ~ Louisa May Alcott,
1810:The best inheritance a father can leave his children is a good example. ~ John Walter Bratton,
1811:The difference between children and adults is that they're shorter - not dumber. ~ Mo Willems,
1812:The memory management on the PowerPC can be used to frighten small children. ~ Linus Torvalds,
1813:There is, it’s worth noting, no “Mom-with-three-ungrateful-children Barbie. ~ Peggy Orenstein,
1814:There is only one child in the world
and the child's name is all children. ~ Carl Sandburg,
1815:The test of the morality of a society is what it does for its children. ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer,
1816:To lead your children in the right way, you must go that way yourself. ~ Suzanne Woods Fisher,
1817:We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children ~ Karen Dionne,
1818:We have three cats. It's like having children, but there is no tuition involved. ~ Ron Reagan,
1819:What do I enjoy?

Music
Being in love
Children
Sleeping
Meat ~ Susan Sontag,
1820:What do we want from our mothers when we are children? Complete submission. Oh, ~ Zadie Smith,
1821:Who is not a love seeker when December comes? Even children pray to Santa Claus. ~ Rod McKuen,
1822:With our parents we bury our past, with our children our future. ~ Marie von Ebner Eschenbach,
1823:with the staring lack of empathy that belongs to murderers and small children. ~ Laini Taylor,
1824:You could not moralize children out of growing up. Or teach them how to do it. ~ Stephen King,
1825:You’d be surprised at the sorts of things hidden away in children’s songs. ~ Patrick Rothfuss,
1826:16And he took the children in his arms, placed his hands on them and blessed them. ~ Anonymous,
1827:All parents want their children to be happy, but so few parents talk about it. ~ Robert Holden,
1828:Artists paint pictures. The best artists paint pictures for children's books. ~ Richard Scarry,
1829:As the children get older and know what they want ... We all grew up at one point. ~ Fetty Wap,
1830:A wise man once said all children are born knowing what the angels look like ~ Daniel Gottlieb,
1831:Children always think they did something wrong when their parents disappear. ~ Madonna Ciccone,
1832:Children are a plant substitute and we haven't the wit to see it until too late ~ Jill Tweedie,
1833:Children are our second chance to have a great parent-child relationship. ~ Laura Schlessinger,
1834:Children don't vote but adults who do must stand up and vote for them. ~ Marian Wright Edelman,
1835:Children enjoy the present because they have neither a past nor a future. ~ Jean de la Bruyere,
1836:Children have adopted a consumerist attitude - I dare you to entertain me. ~ Walter Dean Myers,
1837:Children have one kind of silliness, as you know, and grown-ups have another kind. ~ C S Lewis,
1838:...children have the resilience to outlive their sufferings, if given a chance. ~ Ishmael Beah,
1839:Could the stories that parents tell children to lull them to sleep actually be true? ~ Ken Liu,
1840:For London is like prison for children, especially if their relations are not rich. ~ E Nesbit,
1841:God's way of making separation with children easier was to invent adolescence. ~ Mark Patinkin,
1842:Good'?" my aunt said. "Children are good. Dogs are good. This is theater, Jane. ~ Melissa Bank,
1843:I believe when your children are born that you are reborn in some fashion. ~ Bruce Springsteen,
1844:I don't know if I believe in marriage. I believe in family, love and children. ~ Penelope Cruz,
1845:If we pass on an unsustainable environment to our children we have failed them. ~ Lewis Gordon,
1846:I have a particular dislike for children's films. I'm way past the novelty aspect. ~ Nick Cave,
1847:I love children. They're so much fun and I would have a blast spoiling them. ~ Vanessa Hudgens,
1848:I love to be read to, I love to read aloud and I love to read to children. ~ Mary Ann Hoberman,
1849:In general my children refuse to eat anything that hasn't danced in television. ~ Erma Bombeck,
1850:In the biological world children are the sole purpose. Nothing else matters. ~ Henning Mankell,
1851:It is better to give children a rule to break than to give them no rules at all. ~ Tipper Gore,
1852:It is [children] who are God's presence, promise and hope for mankind. ~ Marian Wright Edelman,
1853:It is no use to preach to [children] if you do not act decently yourself. ~ Theodore Roosevelt,
1854:It's one of the oldest theatrical adages: never work with children or animals. ~ Samantha Bond,
1855:I was glad I'd remembered to shucksify my vocabulary in the company of children. ~ Sam Lipsyte,
1856:little children were a tiny glimpse of magic in a dreadfully difficult world. ~ Sally Hepworth,
1857:Live so when your children think of fairness and integrity they think of you. ~ Dalai Lama XIV,
1858:Mockery is not just the interest of children; it is their second meal ~ Ernest Agyemang Yeboah,
1859:Never try to fool children, they expect nothing, and therefore see everything. ~ Harry Houdini,
1860:Oh great. The vampire super gaze was on the loose. Hide the women and children. ~ Michelle Fox,
1861:Once I had no children and eight ideas. Now I have eight children and no ideas. ~ Stephen King,
1862:ONCE THERE WERE FOUR CHILDREN WHOSE NAMES were Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. This ~ C S Lewis,
1863:Our only responsibility is to live our own life and take care of our own children. ~ Leon Kass,
1864:Our own grandchildren may demonstrate that-sometimes- Gigantic is Beautiful. ~ Arthur C Clarke,
1865:Pets are like infants that never grow up. Forever children. We love them for that. ~ Anonymous,
1866:Safe harbors were for old men and little children. Life was lived on the open sea. ~ Anonymous,
1867:Single mothers are raising more of America's children than ever before. ~ Gayle Tzemach Lemmon,
1868:The law of love could be best understood and learned through little children. ~ Mahatma Gandhi,
1869:The most satisfying thing in my life and my career is to work with my children. ~ Martin Sheen,
1870:The mother of the year should be a sterilized woman with two adopted children ~ Paul R Ehrlich,
1871:The secret of life is to skip having children and go directly to grandchildren. ~ Mell Lazarus,
1872:these lovely, lying children, I saw very clearly that there was no redemption here. ~ Suki Kim,
1873:The urge to draw must be quite deep within us, because children love to do it. ~ David Hockney,
1874:Watch our children while they kill each other with guns they bought at Wal-Mart. ~ Sheryl Crow,
1875:We are all children of blood and bone. All instruments of vengeance and virtue. ~ Tomi Adeyemi,
1876:We have children because we can’t remember our own first taste of ambrosia.” I can’t ~ Ken Liu,
1877:Well, you know, my wife and I have eight children. We have now 19 grandchildren. ~ Mike DeWine,
1878:We understand why children are afraid of darkness ... but why are men afraid of light? ~ Plato,
1879:What society does to its children, so will its children do to society. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero,
1880:Why aren't you girls out stealing hubcaps or shoplifting like normal children? ~ Daniel Clowes,
1881:You can’t become a billionaire stepping over children sleeping on the street. ~ Bernie Sanders,
1882:You have to love your children unselfishly. That's hard. But it's the only way. ~ Barbara Bush,
1883:All men are children, and if you understand that, a woman understands everything. ~ Coco Chanel,
1884:All you children playing with fire, looking surprised when the house burns down ~ Leigh Bardugo,
1885:a man must take his children on trust—isn’t that what Goethe says?* CAPTAIN ~ August Strindberg,
1886:America is the land of opportunity. His children will have more than he once did. ~ Nicola Yoon,
1887:Americans are children who must go somewhere else to grow up, and sometimes die. ~ Ben Fountain,
1888:And what is it we give our children anyway, except the ability to not become us? ~ Colum McCann,
1889:A second wife is hateful to the children of the first; A viper is not more hateful. ~ Euripides,
1890:As the ancient myth makers knew, we are children equally of the earth and the sky. ~ Carl Sagan,
1891:Blame the mother,” Mac interjected. “Children are what they’ve been taught.” “I ~ Janet Chapman,
1892:Children almost always hang onto things tighter than their parents think they will. ~ E B White,
1893:Children and unborn children should be protected by law and welcomed into life. ~ George W Bush,
1894:Children are not less intelligent than adults; what they are is less informed. ~ Philip Pullman,
1895:Children have always responded to me because I have that cartoon-character look. ~ Dolly Parton,
1896:Children in backseats cause accidents. Accidents in backseats cause children. ~ Stephen Hawking,
1897:children s are not the coloring books where you can fill your favorite colors ~ Khaled Hosseini,
1898:debts now-a-days are like children, begot with pleasure, but brought forth with pain. ~ Moli re,
1899:don’t: DO THINGS YOU WOULDN’T WANT (YOUR MOTHER, GOD, YOUR CHILDREN) TO KNOW ABOUT. ~ Anonymous,
1900:Don't indulge your theories, think of your children and listen to the experts. ~ Stephen Harper,
1901:Fear, boredom, and resistance--they all go to make
what we call stupid children. ~ John Holt,
1902:For you were sometimes darkness, but now are light; walk as children of light. ~ Ephesians V. 8,
1903:happier. The best thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother. ~ John Wooden,
1904:Having children doesn’t make you a good parent, it means you had sex. That’s all. ~ Dave Ramsey,
1905:He said that children always have different parents, even in the same family. ~ Karin Slaughter,
1906:How paramount the future is to the present when one is surrounded by children. ~ Charles Darwin,
1907:I dedicated almost 12 years to the music industry before having children. ~ Monica Denise Brown,
1908:I don't have children, but we all want to protect whatever we love in life. ~ Shirley Henderson,
1909:I don't really have a schedule of when I want to show my children my movies. ~ Steven Spielberg,
1910:I don't write for children. I write, and somebody says, 'That's for children.' ~ Maurice Sendak,
1911:If you are in doubt, just remember that unlike adults, children want to be happy. ~ Amor Towles,
1912:I'm neurotic about children. I see dangers everywhere - sharp corners, stairs. ~ Tamsin Egerton,
1913:I think that maybe if women and children were in charge we would get somewhere. ~ James Thurber,
1914:It's important for children to see what's out there and learn that it's fun to go. ~ Heidi Klum,
1915:It's so nice not to worry about myself anymore. I only worry about my children. ~ Sherilyn Fenn,
1916:It’s what all mothers want. Happiness, health, and a good life for our children. ~ Nancy Naigle,
1917:Kids love watching adults act like children. It's that spirit they can relate to. ~ James Roday,
1918:Life on earth may be limited, but grandchildren were the promise of the eternal. ~ Nancy Thayer,
1919:Love and help all the children, all the days of your existence. They need us. ~ Michael Jackson,
1920:My people do, I do not. Gods are a myth, a comforting story for children.” “Such ~ Anthony Ryan,
1921:One has to nurture a new generation, to raise children in the spirit of Islam. ~ Akhmad Kadyrov,
1922:One of our brainchildren is a still viable Science and Society course. ~ Philip Warren Anderson,
1923:Our nation's children are our greatest asset and our most precious treasure. ~ Christopher Dodd,
1924:Parents are the barometers of emotions for children and it has a domino effect. ~ Cecelia Ahern,
1925:Parents have the ability to screen their children's Internet access at home. ~ Mike Fitzpatrick,
1926:Raising children pushed me to walk the walk and practice life as I preach it. ~ Candace Cameron,
1927:Setting a good example for your children takes all the fun out of middle age. ~ William Feather,
1928:Sex and children are the two things that delude logic the most in this society. ~ Doug Stanhope,
1929:Since when did you start plucking books off the children's shelf, Leona? ~ Elizabeth Lynn Casey,
1930:Some realities are too onerous to be borne by nations, let alone by children. ~ Gregory Maguire,
1931:that they who are good-natured when children, are good-natured when they grow up; ~ Jane Austen,
1932:The best dreams are the ones we have as children because they're most pure. ~ Gwendolyn Heasley,
1933:The best thing you can give children, next to good habits, are good memories. ~ Sydney J Harris,
1934:The ideal home: big enough for you to hear the children, but not very well. ~ Mignon McLaughlin,
1935:The past lives within the present, and our ancestors breathe through our children. ~ Elif Safak,
1936:the real killer was when you married the wrong person but had the right children. ~ Ann Beattie,
1937:The short summary is, babies and children are basically tripping all the time. ~ Michael Pollan,
1938:They grew fat and happy--the horses, not the children, or Marlena for that matter. ~ Sara Gruen,
1939:They think they understand us, but they don’t. We’re still children to them. ~ Sarah Pinborough,
1940:This party is just full of children, and someone needs to leave them in a hot car. ~ Bill Maher,
1941:This year, more people will use cocaine than will read a book to their children. ~ Steve Carell,
1942:Unlike grown ups, children have little need to deceive themselves. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
1943:Vegetables are something God invented to let women get even with their children. ~ P J O Rourke,
1944:We are a nation of children letting horrible things happen, and flunking Calc. ~ Daniel Handler,
1945:We do not cease to be children because we are disobedient children. ~ Frederick Denison Maurice,
1946:Writing children's books gives a writer a very strong sense of narrative drive. ~ Helen Dunmore,
1947:You need a whole community to raise a child. I have raised two children, alone. ~ Toni Morrison,
1948:you.” So they said, “You’ll kill our poor women. You’ll kill our children.” This is ~ A W Tozer,
1949:A good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children” (Prov. 13:22 NKJV). I ~ Dave Ramsey,
1950:All grown-ups were once children... but only few of them remember it. ~ Antoine de Saint Exupery,
1951:All grown-ups were once children... but only few of them remember it. ~ Antoine de Saint Exup ry,
1952:As a child, I disliked books in which children learned to be 'better' children. ~ Beverly Cleary,
1953:Be brave, children. Courage is one thing that no one can ever take away from you. ~ Chris Colfer,
1954:Be nice to your children. After all, they are going to choose your nursing home. ~ Steven Wright,
1955:Children can be so cruel,’ the Doctor said. ‘Children’s writers can be even worse. ~ Derek Landy,
1956:Children have an uncanny way of living up - or down - to what is expected of them. ~ Ann Landers,
1957:Children should be like waffles--you should be able to throw the first one away. ~ Nancy Mitford,
1958:Children who are not loved themselves often find it difficult to love others. ~ Patricia St John,
1959:Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children. ~ Charles R Swindoll,
1960:Full of wiles, full of guile, at all times, in all ways, are the children of Men. ~ Aristophanes,
1961:I am a better mother for having something in my life and not just my children. ~ Katherine Heigl,
1962:I am for true world peace and building a beautiful global garden for our children. ~ Suzy Kassem,
1963:I don't like children, said Lord Pendlebury petulantly. 'Too many of them. Go away. ~ M C Beaton,
1964:I don't want to leave my successor and my children to pay for France's debt. ~ Francois Hollande,
1965:I have four of the most incredible children. And I have five grandchildren. ~ Florence Henderson,
1966:I have tried my entire life to do what I can to support children and families. ~ Hillary Clinton,
1967:In Caverna lies were an art and everybody was an artist, even young children. ~ Frances Hardinge,
1968:is running the household a team effort or a token effort on your children’s parts? ~ Henry Cloud,
1969:It is not size or age that separates children from adults. It is responsibility. ~ Jules Feiffer,
1970:It's human nature - we want to believe our children, our families, our President! ~ Richard Gere,
1971:It's wrong for parents to bury their children. It should be the other way around. ~ Rose Kennedy,
1972:I went freelance in 1996 and my children are now teenagers and it seemed right. ~ Rachel Johnson,
1973:Like children, the insane will not budge until their desires have been satisfied. ~ Paulo Coelho,
1974:My father never raised his hand to any one of his children, except in self-defense. ~ Fred Allen,
1975:Nothing lasts, the purely loving gestures of
children tumble into the void. ~ Roberto Bola o,
1976:Only the guilty are guilty: the children of killers are not killers, but children. ~ Elie Wiesel,
1977:Our children, full-grown now, can never forgive us for reproducing. What a mess. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
1978:Parents: Perfecting ways to humiliate their children since the dawn of time. ~ Shannon Messenger,
1979:Playing as children means playing is the most serious thing in the world. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton,
1980:Reach out, call your family members, if you have children, call them right now. ~ Peter Jennings,
1981:So you say. A woman with children and no husband, what is that?” “Me. ~ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie,
1982:Testing children until they cry is a bad idea. It is an educational malpractice. ~ Diane Ravitch,
1983:The best smell is bread; the best saver, salt; the best love, that of children. ~ George Herbert,
1984:The fires of hell are not hot enough for a man—or woman!—who would hurt his children. ~ Joe Hill,
1985:The primary responsibility of the mother is the nurture of those children. ~ John F MacArthur Jr,
1986:There are problems and there are children. It is our aim to separate the two. ~ Anthony Horowitz,
1987:The reason most second marriages break up, I had read, was because of the children. ~ Jane Green,
1988:They’re your children, Izzy. Yours. A part of you. How could I not love them both? ~ A L Jackson,
1989:This is not about celebrity justice, this is about the rights of the children. ~ Alan Dershowitz,
1990:Those whose work and pleasure are one... are... Fortune's favoured children. ~ Winston Churchill,
1991:To bear children into this world is like carrying wood to a burning house. ~ Peter Wessel Zapffe,
1992:To distress is to weaken, and weakening the children weakens the whole family. ~ Walter Isaacson,
1993:Walt Disney and I always said we were two children looking for our inner adults. ~ Dick Van Dyke,
1994:We will not learn how to live together in peace by killing each other's children. ~ Jimmy Carter,
1995:Who has gone hungry learns to think of the future and of the children. ~ Carolina Maria de Jesus,
1996:Why are we made for more?” We are made for more because we are children of God. ~ Lysa TerKeurst,
1997:Why can't a husband Cleanse his wife and children the way you have Cleansed us? ~ T W Piperbrook,
1998:William made his own children sign a checkout slip if they wanted to carry a book ~ Jason Fagone,
1999:19For the creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God to be revealed. ~ Anonymous,
2000:A father should do more - a father should give more to his children than he takes. ~ Rick Riordan,
2001:Allow children to be happy in their own way, for what better way will they find? ~ Samuel Johnson,
2002:As children we believe that anything is possible, the trick is to never forget it. ~ David Blaine,
2003:As children, we played hide and seek with one another, as adults with ourselves. ~ Yahia Lababidi,
2004:Be the best father you can be to your children. Because nothing is more important. ~ Barack Obama,
2005:Children always want the same things because they all need the same basic things. ~ Cecelia Ahern,
2006:Children are born optimists and we slowly educate them out of their heresy ~ Louise Imogen Guiney,
2007:Children are the future, because mankind is moving more and more towards infancy. ~ Milan Kundera,
2008:Children are the world's most valuable re source and its best hope for the future. ~ John Kennedy,
2009:Children instinctively know that the more laughter we have in our lives, the better. ~ Wayne Dyer,
2010:Children listen, I'm trying to tell you something good, don't get caught up in the hood. ~ Dr Dre,
2011:Children were huge, wild creatures full of promise and hope and dirt and mischief. ~ Nalini Singh,
2012:Encouraging children to live healthy lifestyles is something I take very seriously. ~ Mo Williams,
2013:Even children, Lady Linette said, must be allowed some time to conspire together. ~ Gail Carriger,
2014:Every age has its massive moral blind spots. We might not see them, but our children will. ~ Bono,
2015:Families with children were turned away in as many as 7 in 10 housing searches. ~ Matthew Desmond,
2016:For the entrance is low: we must stoop till we are no taller than children to get in. ~ C S Lewis,
2017:Giving children the opportunity to stir up life and leave it free to discover. ~ Maria Montessori,
2018:Good mothers and good fathers and good families don't always have great children. ~ Cissy Houston,
2019:I highly recommend getting your career established first and then having children. ~ Arizona Muse,
2020:I'll give you the same advice I give my children: Never take advice from anybody. ~ Robert Altman,
2021:I'm going to stop punishing my children by saying, “Never mind! I'll do it myself. ~ Erma Bombeck,
2022:It was not generally realized that what children mostly wanted was to be left alone. ~ Ian McEwan,
2023:It was not generally realized that what children mostly wanted was to be left alone. ~ Ian Mcewan,
2024:master whose every whim is law. (Note to friends with children: I am referring only ~ Tim Kreider,
2025:My children are not royal; they just happen to have the Queen for their aunt. ~ Princess Margaret,
2026:My children inspire me with their innocence and enormous capacity to love. ~ Maria Canals Barrera,
2027:My meaning is, that no man can expect his children to respect what he degrades. ~ Charles Dickens,
2028:My mother only said: Thank God the scorpion picked on me and spared my children. ~ Nissim Ezekiel,
2029:No, I'd rather be in school, learning nothings in a classroom full of children ~ Victoria Aveyard,
2030:Nothing is more important in our national life than the welfare of our children. ~ Harry S Truman,
2031:Now therefore hearken unto me, O ye children: for blessed are they that keep my ways. ~ Anonymous,
2032:Often it is children who tell their parents to put away the cell phone at dinner. ~ Sherry Turkle,
2033:One must ask children and birds how cherries and strawberries taste. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
2034:Otherwise the world could not continue — the children would not be healthy. And ~ Ford Madox Ford,
2035:People think that child-support enforcement benefits children, but it doesn't. ~ Phyllis Schlafly,
2036:Pity is not natural to man. Children always are cruel. Savages are always cruel. ~ Samuel Johnson,
2037:She said she hated my children—her own children, Looloo-dirl, her own children! ~ Christina Stead,
2038:The children have to save themselves these days because the parents have no clue. ~ Richard Kelly,
2039:The children of the night; what sweet music they make...when they're in tune! ~ Solomon J Inkwell,
2040:The children of the Reagan Revolution are ready to assume the mantle of leadership. ~ Marco Rubio,
2041:The only way to eliminate war is to love our children more than we hate our enemies. ~ Golda Meir,
2042:There are plenty of mothers who should not be allowed to raise their children. ~ Bernardine Dohrn,
2043:There’s no way I can care properly for my children if I don’t first care for myself. ~ Tez Brooks,
2044:there was something in your children that could bring out the child in yourself. ~ Liane Moriarty,
2045:Upon our children-how they are taught-rests the fate-or fortune-of tomorrow's world. ~ B C Forbes,
2046:We are all children of blood and bone.
All instruments of vengeance and virtue. ~ Tomi Adeyemi,
2047:we are the children of Hogwarts, and more than anything, we just want to be sorted. ~ Robin Sloan,
2048:We're teaching our children how to live. We need to start teaching them how to die. ~ Bill Bright,
2049:When dealing with children there is greater need for observing than of probing ~ Maria Montessori,
2050:Where you raise your children isn't as important as how you raise your children. ~ Ryan Phillippe,
2051:Why in the age of feminism do we still use the phrase “women and children”? ~ Charles Krauthammer,
2052:You want your children to be safe. You want your families to be safe. We know that. ~ John Kasich,
2053:18Dear children,f let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.g ~ Anonymous,
2054:Alexander assured her, 'Eva, none of us know our children. Because they are not us. ~ Sue Townsend,
2055:a mother explains a point to her children over and over again in different words. ~ Mahatma Gandhi,
2056:Bringing children into it was just low, I decided. At least heʹd left puppies out. ~ Richelle Mead,
2057:Children are a blessing. They are a happiness so sharp that it feels like pain. ~ Maureen F McHugh,
2058:Children are like wet cement. What is modeled for them imprints their character. —Max ~ Max Lucado,
2059:Children are remarkably cruel in their candor.  In their cruelty, they are innocent ~ Rose Christo,
2060:Children are the root of all evil.... Happy the man who has his quiver empty. ~ William John Locke,
2061:Children are the world's most valuable resource and its best hope for the future. ~ John F Kennedy,
2062:Children come into the world with a lot of personality already imbedded in them. ~ Maya Soetoro Ng,
2063:Children demand that their heroes should be fleckless, and easily believe them so . ~ George Eliot,
2064:Children have a right to some stability and constancy from the adults in their lives. ~ Dan Savage,
2065:Children hold us hostage; they represent our commitment to the future. ~ Barbara Grizzuti Harrison,
2066:Children run everywhere for a reason--it's fun. Grown-ups can forget that sometimes. ~ Jim Butcher,
2067:Children understand...things far better. Adults always make things so complicated. ~ Cecelia Ahern,
2068:Children will imitate their fathers in their vices, seldom in their repentance. ~ Charles Spurgeon,
2069:Courage: The lovely virtue-the rib of Himself that God sent down to His children. ~ James M Barrie,
2070:Don't bother discussing sex with small children. They rarely have anything to add. ~ Fran Lebowitz,
2071:Every generation, civilization is invaded by barbarians - we call them 'children'. ~ Hannah Arendt,
2072:Families with children were turned away in as many as 7 in 10 housing searches.8 ~ Matthew Desmond,
2073:Fathers, provoke not your children to anger, lest they be discouraged. Colossians 3:21 ~ Anonymous,
2074:For me, a good children's book is a good children's book is a good children's book. ~ LeVar Burton,
2075:For these are all our children, we will all profit by or pay for what they become. ~ James Baldwin,
2076:For we were little Christian children and early learned the value of forbidden fruit. ~ Mark Twain,
2077:Give up bearing children and bear hope and love and devotion to those already born. ~ D H Lawrence,
2078:Having my animals or my children with me exorcises that feeling of not being wanted. ~ Eartha Kitt,
2079:He could not pass by children without his soul being shaken: such is the man. ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky,
2080:How can there be too many children? That is like saying there are too many flowers ~ Mother Teresa,
2081:If a book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children. ~ Madeleine L Engle,
2082:If I and my two children cannot move the gods, the gods must have their reasons. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
2083:I found real fulfillment through my children and through adopting special needs kids. ~ Mia Farrow,
2084:I love children, love spending time with them; I love getting things for them. ~ Elizabeth Edwards,
2085:I'm a mother with two small children, so I don't take as much crap as I used to. ~ Pamela Anderson,
2086:I never thought I was going to have children. I just thought after 45, that was it. ~ Carol Leifer,
2087:Intimacy between stepchildren and stepparents is indeed proverbially difficult. ~ Murasaki Shikibu,
2088:I try to stress to my children that buying something never leads to true happiness. ~ Harlan Coben,
2089:It’s not that children are little scientists but that scientists are big children. ~ Alison Gopnik,
2090:It stands to reason that unloved and unwanted children are going to get into crime. ~ Andrew Young,
2091:It was almost normal for people over thirty to be frightened of their own children ~ George Orwell,
2092:I wonder what children whose parents have money think about in their spare time. ~ Gary Shteyngart,
2093:I would love to have children some day. I'd like little gay boys. That would be good. ~ Lara Stone,
2094:Kanye West is what happens when you tell average children they’re special. Tap, ~ S Elliot Brandis,
2095:knew something that the children did not, but he went right to work and ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
2096:Lecture your children every day. You may not know what they did wrong, but they do! ~ Joanne Fluke,
2097:Lies are like children. If you don't nurture them, they'll never be useful later. ~ R K Milholland,
2098:Little children are still the symbol of the eternal marriage between love and duty. ~ George Eliot,
2099:Men should learn to live with the same seriousness with which children play. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche,
2100:My life is so filled with my children, my family, and the charitable work I do. ~ Jamie Lee Curtis,
2101:No,” Blue said dangerously. “But sometimes bad things happen to good children. ~ Maggie Stiefvater,
2102:Nobody is free… Everyone has a prison. Wife, parents, children, they all make prisons. ~ Ted Simon,
2103:…one flew east, one flew west, One flew over the cuckoo’s nest. —Children’s folk rhyme ~ Ken Kesey,
2104:Over one in five American children is living in poverty, and the number is rising. ~ Eric Alterman,
2105:Programs like WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) subsidize the exclusion of dads. ~ Warren Farrell,
2106:Some of my best friedns are children. In fact, all of my best friends are children. ~ J D Salinger,
2107:Something as simple as better breastfeeding could save a million children a year. ~ Anne M Mulcahy,
2108:Talk kindly. No gossip or gibberish, Never talk down to them-they're not children. ~ Randall Platt,
2109:The best way to encourage your children is to let them know you are praying for them. ~ Jim George,
2110:The children almost broken by the world become the adults most likely to change it. ~ Frank Warren,
2111:There has always been a tendency to classify children almost as a distinct species. ~ Hugh Lofting,
2112:Those two women bore precious children that I had the honor of raising. Thank you. ~ Laila Ibrahim,
2113:Those whose work and pleasure are one... are... Fortune's favoured children. ~ Winston S Churchill,
2114:Today the problem that has no name is how to juggle work, love, home and children. ~ Betty Friedan,
2115:Two things children shall receive from their parents: roots and wings ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
2116:Verbalizing has a soothing effect on the nervous systems of children. (Adults, too.) ~ John Medina,
2117:We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children” was ~ Karen Dionne,
2118:Weird behavior is natural in smart children, just as curiosity is to a kitten. ~ Hunter S Thompson,
2119:We must learn and then teach our children that niceness does not equal goodness. ~ Gavin de Becker,
2120:We must teach our children to resolve their conflicts with words, not weapons. ~ William J Clinton,
2121:We're a nation of exhausted and over-stressed adults raising over-scheduled children. ~ Bren Brown,
2122:We should not teach children the sciences; but give them a taste for them. ~ Jean Jacques Rousseau,
2123:What can you tell your children today that will not leave them frightened and sad? ~ Joseph Heller,
2124:What makes Amma happy, is to see her children helping others to feel happy. ~ Mata Amritanandamayi,
2125:When we love animals and children too much, we love them at the expense of men. ~ Jean Paul Sartre,
2126:When you can see your unborn children in her arms, you know you really love a woman. ~ Bryan Adams,
2127:When you have children, your perspective on the parent-child relationship alters. ~ Salman Rushdie,
2128:Will the world change your children, or will your children change the world? The ~ Courtney Joseph,
2129:Yo momma so ugly she makes blind children cry. ♦◊♦◊♦◊♦ Yo momma so ugly she makes onions ~ Various,
2130:Acting on what you want is something only children think is an adult prerogative. ~ Mercedes Lackey,
2131:Age does not make us childish, as some say; it finds us true children. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
2132:All children are love children, he said, but only the best ones are ever called that. ~ Paul Auster,
2133:And...I think that's what life is all about, actually, about children and flowers. ~ Audrey Hepburn,
2134:...and thus it will go on, so long as children are gay and innocent and heartless. ~ James M Barrie,
2135:A reality show about a group of children attempting to run their own small country. ~ Marissa Meyer,
2136:Are parents always more ambitious for their children than they are for themselves? ~ Jeffrey Archer,
2137:Bambi has a profound effect on children because it's about losing your mother. ~ Christine Baranski,
2138:Because any idiot can get married and have children; that’s no great accomplishment. ~ Fannie Flagg,
2139:Because that’s what parents did. They protected their children. No matter what. ~ Adrienne Giordano,
2140:Black children need waves of present, multifaceted love, not simply present fathers. ~ Kiese Laymon,
2141:But children, hark! Your mother would rather, When you arrived, have been your father. ~ Ogden Nash,
2142:But I also want to have a family with children one day, which is very important to me. ~ Heidi Klum,
2143:Children always give this simple message: Be natural, be sincere, be yourself! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan,
2144:Children are the true connoisseurs. What’s precious to them has no price, only value. ~ Bel Kaufman,
2145:Children learn much more by mute example than by spoken rules, or so it seems to me. ~ Stephen King,
2146:Children's voices - even those who couldn't carry the tune - are always appealing. ~ Anne McCaffrey,
2147:Children will grow up substantially what they are by nature--and only that. ~ Harriet Beecher Stowe,
2148:Come, my children, and listen to me, and I will teach you to fear the LORD. PSALM 34:11 ~ Anonymous,
2149:commune with nature, play with your children, read, see a movie, or just do nothing. ~ Wayne W Dyer,
2150:Curiosity should be as carefully cherish'd in children, as other appetites suppress'd. ~ John Locke,
2151:Dear children, don't eat anything healthy at home, just keep eating those hamburgers ~ Bill Kaulitz,
2152:Encourage independence in your children by regularly losing them in the supermarket. ~ Erma Bombeck,
2153:For these are all our children, we will all profit by or pay for whatthey become. ~ James A Baldwin,
2154:Has it ever occurred to you to wonder if the history we teach our children is a lie? ~ Daniel Quinn,
2155:He likened Tom’s death to the senseless slaughter of songbirds by hunters and children ~ Harper Lee,
2156:He’s got a wife,” I said. “Quite a nice wife, and two obstreperous children—boys. ~ Agatha Christie,
2157:History will judge us by the difference we make in the everyday lives of children. ~ Nelson Mandela,
2158:How can there be too many children? That is like saying there are too many flowers. ~ Mother Teresa,
2159:I am so happy that I didn't have children. Well, you know, because I've had freedom. ~ Helen Mirren,
2160:I asked if she’d ever wanted children. She told me, “Everybody doesn’t get everything. ~ Ariel Levy,
2161:If children gave up when they fell for the first time, they would never learn to walk. ~ Louise Hay,
2162:If love was compass enough, said Armand quietly, there would be no missing children. ~ Louise Penny,
2163:If the book will be too difficult for grownups, then you write it for children. ~ Madeleine L Engle,
2164:I have to meet someone who loves children and who loves ex-husbands and implants. ~ Pamela Anderson,
2165:It is no wonder that people are so horrible when they start their life as children. ~ Kingsley Amis,
2166:It's a fundamental human right to decide to have children or not to have children. ~ Gloria Steinem,
2167:It's written in our DNA somewhere: our children first, the rest of the world second. ~ Rachel Caine,
2168:I wish the children could be taught early on that our thinking creates our experience. ~ Louise Hay,
2169:I would want to teach my children someday that they should strive to be successful. ~ Michael Grimm,
2170:Maybe we should teach schoolchildren probability theory and investment risk management. ~ Andrew Lo,
2171:moth·er·craft n. ARCHAIC skill in or knowledge of looking after children as a mother. ~ Erin McKean,
2172:Mother is the name for God in the lips and hearts of little children. ~ William Makepeace Thackeray,
2173:Mothers and children are human beings, and they will sometimes do the wrong thing. ~ Maurice Sendak,
2174:My children are babies and my husband has scarcely half an hour in 24 to give me. ~ Julia Ward Howe,
2175:My children know I would never call anyone to give my son or daughter a break. ~ Mithun Chakraborty,
2176:My husband and I don't have children. We can't have children because we hate them. ~ Sarah Millican,
2177:Never spit in front of women and children, and never insult the great state of Texas. ~ Henry Garza,
2178:Nobody likes children, your mother assured you. That doesn't mean you don't have them. ~ Junot D az,
2179:Nobody likes children, your mother assured you. That doesn’t mean you don’t have them. ~ Junot D az,
2180:Nobody likes children, your mother assured you. That doesn't mean you don't have them. ~ Junot Diaz,
2181:no one tells you this, how having children multiplies your capacity for suffering. ~ Marcel Theroux,
2182:No one will disagree that bringing laughter to children in a dark world is admirable. ~ Dean Koontz,
2183:Oh, what a tangled web do parents weave when they think that their children are naive. ~ Ogden Nash,
2184:One of a teacher’s important duties is to get children to be genuinely impressed. ~ Haruki Murakami,
2185:Outings are so much more fun when we can savor them through the children's eyes. ~ Lawana Blackwell,
2186:Parenting is a partnership. Loving each other has a big impact on your children. ~ Elizabeth George,
2187:Poor woman! She probably thought change of air might agree with many of her children. ~ Jane Austen,
2188:Prime your children, Reeve and Hrriss. Alreldep can't seem to get anything done without ~ Anonymous,
2189:Recommend to your children virtue; that alone can make them happy, not gold. ~ Ludwig van Beethoven,
2190:[Sexual] fantasies, like children, are most interesting to the people who have them. ~ Carol Tavris,
2191:Spending time with children is more important than spending money on children. ~ Anthony D Williams,
2192:Such behaviours weren’t the reasons parents abused children but the results of abuse. ~ Ry Murakami,
2193:Summer is the season when children slam the doors they left open all winter. ~ Suzanne Woods Fisher,
2194:The Church is justified, not because her children do not sin, but because they do. ~ G K Chesterton,
2195:The joy of motherhood: what a mother experiences when all her children are in bed ~ Barbara Johnson,
2196:The most amazing thing about little children ... was their fantastic adaptability. ~ Kristin Hunter,
2197:The subject and the reality of having children came at the height of my career. ~ Melissa Etheridge,
2198:The times you don't make it are the ones children remember, not the times you do. ~ Allison Pearson,
2199:The visions we offer our children shape the future. It matters what those visions are. ~ Carl Sagan,
2200:They’re calling the children the ones learning... the humans... the learning ones. ~ Dolores Cannon,
2201:To know how cherries and strawberries taste, ask children and birds. GOETHE ~ Stephen Harrod Buhner,
2202:To me when a mother puts food in a microwave for her children, it is an act of hate ~ Raymond Blanc,
2203:We are all children coming inside from recess with varying degrees of dirt on us. ~ Shannon L Alder,
2204:We're a nation of exhausted and over-stressed adults raising over-scheduled children. ~ Brene Brown,
2205:We want far better reasons for having children than not knowing how to prevent them. ~ Dora Russell,
2206:When children reach the age of sixteen, they discover the meaning of life: car keys. ~ Erma Bombeck,
2207:You may have even an ex-wife or an ex-husband, but you can never have ex-children. ~ George Foreman,
2208:Your children will see what you're all about by what you live rather than what you say ~ Wayne Dyer,
2209:6Grandchildren are the crown of the aged,    and the glory of children is their fathers. ~ Anonymous,
2210:A great father is one whose children look up to him rather than away from him. ~ Richelle E Goodrich,
2211:Ah, how helpless we children are, how dependent on the whims of adults. ~ Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni,
2212:All parents make choices for their children. Almost always they think it’s for the best. • ~ Ken Liu,
2213:Amid the joy of raising children will be some of the hardest work you’ll ever do. ~ Elizabeth George,
2214:A parent who cannot provide the basic needs of two children, must not even bear one. ~ M F Moonzajer,
2215:Are we not all called on to yield our children back to the world, in the end? ~ Lois McMaster Bujold,
2216:A slap in the face or a box on the ear helps to educate not only children but poets. ~ Marcel Proust,
2217:As recent immigrants, they wanted their children to speak and read English well. Miss ~ Fannie Flagg,
2218:Behold, children are a heritage of the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward. Psalm 127:3 ~ Anonymous,
2219:Believe that God is strong enough to save your children, no matter how you fail. ~ Elyse Fitzpatrick,
2220:Both sides, parents and children, now saw the huge gulf that had opened between them ~ Michael Grant,
2221:By what you do, you teach your children how to respond to difficult information. ~ Elizabeth Edwards,
2222:Children are natural believers—they know there is something greater than themselves. ~ John Bradshaw,
2223:Children are natural Zen masters; their world is brand new in each and every moment. ~ John Bradshaw,
2224:Children can find other children to be pals. Children need fathers to be fathers. ~ Garrison Keillor,
2225:Do not raise your children the way [your] parents raised you, they were born for a different time. ~,
2226:Exceptional children are often the product of unremarkable parents.

-Mr.Holmes ~ Mitch Cullin,
2227:...For now I had five children by him: the only work perhaps that fools are good for. ~ Daniel Defoe,
2228:Hollywood is a community that's so inbred, it's a wonder the children have any teeth. ~ Barry Diller,
2229:How many innocent people and children suffer in the world! Lord, grant us your peace! ~ Pope Francis,
2230:I believe we should encourage children to sing and play instruments from an early age. ~ Mick Jagger,
2231:I'd far rather leave a thought behind me than a child. Other people can have children. ~ E M Forster,
2232:I feel like I have the fortune of privilege, particularly as it relates to my children. ~ Demi Moore,
2233:If I can't have my own mate and my own children, then I can at least have my own kingdom. ~ P C Cast,
2234:If we are the toys of the gods are not perhaps the gods themselves mere children? ~ Michael Moorcock,
2235:I know I wanted to be with somebody and have children. My heart comes before my work. ~ Peggy Lipton,
2236:I looked at her from the corner of my eye. Some people are hard to imagine as children. ~ Joan Bauer,
2237:I'm happy we have three healthy children and we'll stay with three healthy children. ~ Melinda Gates,
2238:I'm not going to make movies that tell children, "You should despair and run away". ~ Hayao Miyazaki,
2239:In disasters, children show us the way to laughter. They are our special treasures. ~ Gretel Ehrlich,
2240:In my house, we speak Spanglish to the dogs, to the grandchildren, to the kids. ~ Cristina Saralegui,
2241:I refuse to admit that I am more than 52, even if that makes my children illegitimate. ~ Nancy Astor,
2242:Is adult amusement killing our children, or is killing our children amusing adults? ~ Marilyn Manson,
2243:It is necessary but insufficient to stay married for the children's sake. It is also ~ Frank Pittman,
2244:It is, of course, traditional in children's literature to get rid of the parents. ~ Anthony Horowitz,
2245:It is so heartbreaking what we do to children in this world; how they are destroyed. ~ Bryant McGill,
2246:It’s a wasteland.’ ‘Of course it is. Earth kills her children over and over again. ~ Terry Pratchett,
2247:It's easy to manipulate your children when they're absolutely sure you're stupid. ~ Orson Scott Card,
2248:Live in such a way that when you die you leave God in your will for your children. ~ Shannon L Alder,
2249:mothers are humans. who sometimes give birth to their pain. instead of children. – ~ Nayyirah Waheed,
2250:My father worked for a children's home called Dr. Barnardo's Homes. They're a charity. ~ David Bowie,
2251:My first rule of consumerism is never buy anything you can’t make your children carry. ~ Bill Bryson,
2252:None of us here want to see our children follow in our footsteps, it’s too hard a life. ~ Mario Puzo,
2253:No one belongs when they are new to this world. All children are Changelings. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
2254:Oh, what a tangled web do parents weave, when they think that their children are naive. ~ Ogden Nash,
2255:Old grandsires talk of yesterday with sorrow, And for our children we reserve tomorrow. ~ John Donne,
2256:Old habits die hard; most Americans still cling to what they were taught as children. ~ Joel Fuhrman,
2257:Perhaps the best you could hope for was not to do the same thing to your own children. ~ Mark Haddon,
2258:Poems have their own fates, like children. You have only to give birth to them. ~ Andrei Voznesensky,
2259:Princes enjoy themselves like children in the company of ordinary human beings. ~ Edmond de Goncourt,
2260:Proverbs 17:6 reminds grandparents, “Children’s children are a crown to the aged. ~ Warren W Wiersbe,
2261:Recommend to your children virtues, that alone can make them happy, not gold. ~ Ludwig van Beethoven,
2262:Seeing the show is like a visit to the fountain of youth for parents and the children. ~ Cathy Rigby,
2263:Some people would deem their parents or children ugly if they were not theirs. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
2264:Such bliss is not meant to last. In my husband's house, my children were my real gifts. ~ Ru Freeman,
2265:The best legacy I can leave my children is free speech, and the example of using it. ~ Philip Sidney,
2266:The Church is justified, not because her children do not sin, but because they do.  ~ G K Chesterton,
2267:...[their] children were not growing up or being brought up, but were tumbling up. ~ Charles Dickens,
2268:These children had never looked death in the face and then chosen to live anyway. ~ Orson Scott Card,
2269:Wars shatter so many lives. I think especially of children robbed of their childhood. ~ Pope Francis,
2270:Wellness is cheaper than illness. It costs us time and money when children get sick. ~ Thomas Carper,
2271:When adults misbehave, I reasoned, they forfeit the right to tell children what to do. ~ Shulem Deen,
2272:When I'm not governing my country any more, I'll go back to taking care of children. ~ Indira Gandhi,
2273:When you hide another story in a story, that’s the story I am telling the children. ~ Maurice Sendak,
2274:Why the hell did people with no interest in caring for children become social workers? ~ Julia Mills,
2275:...with children, promises are pinky sworn solemn, and unbreakable. They mean something. ~ Cyn Balog,
2276:Your children will see what you're all about by what you live rather than what you say. ~ Wayne Dyer,
2277:Ah, children, be afraid of going prayerless to bed, lest the Devil be your bedfellow. ~ Cotton Mather,
2278:All mothers think their children are oaks, but the world never lacks for cabbages. ~ Robertson Davies,
2279:And I always say that to the children: “You are the greatest thing I ever did in my life! ~ Dave Isay,
2280:And I would like to marry and have more children. I would like to try and do it right. ~ Phil Collins,
2281:And the Eldest Magician said, 'How wise are little children who see and are silent! ~ Rudyard Kipling,
2282:Argument does not teach children or the immature. Only time and experience does that. ~ Doris Lessing,
2283:A wise man once said, ‘Every child has many mothers, and every mother has many children. ~ D M Pulley,
2284:Breaking things heals a great many hurts. This is why children do it so often. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
2285:Children are easily taught, for they readily accept and believe lies told by their elders. ~ Dee Hock,
2286:Children are not only extremely good at learning; they are much better at it than we are. ~ John Holt,
2287:Children are not unforgiving. You can punish them and they will hug you in a few minutes. ~ T D Jakes,
2288:Children are very addicting. Once they start growing up, you miss when they were little. ~ Heidi Klum,
2289:Children remind us to treasure the smallest of gifts, even in the most difficult times. ~ Allen Klein,
2290:Children’s success in life depends not on whether they can read, but on whether they do ~ Guy Claxton,
2291:Children, to me, are of the utmost importance. They're really the future, aren't they? ~ Nicolas Cage,
2292:Children would die of terror if they knew the folly and ignorance of their caretakers. ~ Mason Cooley,
2293:...eyes that, like those of children, look at an eternal present without forgiveness. ~ Italo Calvino,
2294:Forever continue to love, heal and educate the children. The future shines on them. ~ Michael Jackson,
2295:For the sake of our children and our future, we must do more to combat climate change. ~ Barack Obama,
2296:God doesn’t give us crying, pooping children because he wants to advance our careers. ~ Donald Miller,
2297:God has proven himself as a faithful father. Now it falls to us to be trusting children. ~ Max Lucado,
2298:How inimitably graceful children are in general-before they learn to dance. ~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge,
2299:I always thought Peter Pan was death. An angel of death who came to collect children. ~ Steven Rowley,
2300:I basically don't do that well with children, although my sister says I'm a great aunt. ~ Ann B Davis,
2301:I do not approve of children being beaten. It is always a confession of failure. ~ Patricia Wentworth,
2302:If from infancy you treat children as gods they are liable in adulthood to act as devils. ~ P D James,
2303:If love was compass enough,” said Armand quietly, “there would be no missing children. ~ Louise Penny,
2304:I look at my children and one thing I'm most proud of, in my heart, are my children. ~ George Foreman,
2305:I'm wondering what to read next." Matilda said. "I've finished all the children's books. ~ Roald Dahl,
2306:Is not education the art of drawing out full manhood of the children under training? ~ Mahatma Gandhi,
2307:Isn't it interesting how Christians are not afraid to teach their children about evolution? ~ Ken Ham,
2308:I think what children need is love, security, stability, consistency, and kindness. ~ Rosie O Donnell,
2309:It is easier for a father to have children than for children to have a real father. ~ Pope John XXIII,
2310:It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. —Frederick Douglass ~ Timber Hawkeye,
2311:It is not what you leave to your children that matters, but what you leave in them. ~ Shannon L Alder,
2312:Kids. You gotta love them. I adore children. A little salt, a squeeze of lemon—perfect. ~ Jim Butcher,
2313:Leaving behind books is even more beautiful — there are far too many children. ~ Marguerite Yourcenar,
2314:My little children, let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth. ~ Anonymous,
2315:My message is really that racism has no place in the hearts and minds of our children. ~ Ruby Bridges,
2316:Never talk to a client about architecture. Talk to him about his children. ~ Ludwig Mies van der Rohe,
2317:No greater responsibility can rest upon a man, than to be a teacher of God's children ~ David O McKay,
2318:No man has ever lived that had enough of children's gratitude or woman's love. ~ William Butler Yeats,
2319:Old men are children once again a dream that sways and wavers into the hard light of day. ~ Aeschylus,
2320:Only mothers can think of the future - because they give birth to it in their children. ~ Maxim Gorky,
2321:Parents are teachers, guides, leaders, protectors and providers for their children. ~ Iyanla Vanzant,
2322:Parents have a right to insist that godless evolution not be taught to their children. ~ Pat Buchanan,
2323:People are usually surprised to hear this, but I don't really read children's books. ~ Beverly Cleary,
2324:Polish women and children were used as human shields for the advance of German troops. ~ Max Hastings,
2325:Pretty much all the honest truth telling in the world is done by children. ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr,
2326:Singing with children in the schools has been the most rewarding experience of my life. ~ Pete Seeger,
2327:The best predictor of preschool children's physical activity is simply being outdoors. ~ James Sallis,
2328:The demands of children, marriage, and pregnancy threatened to swallow her up. ~ Kate Clifford Larson,
2329:The education of children for God is the most important business done on earth. ~ Robert Lewis Dabney,
2330:These are my daughters, I suppose. But where in the world did the children vanish? ~ Phyllis McGinley,
2331:The thing I enjoyed most were visits from children. They did not want public office. ~ Herbert Hoover,
2332:Through the years, I have helped thousands of children who were ill or in distress. ~ Michael Jackson,
2333:Viagra has instructions: 'Keep away from children' - what kind of man do you think I am? ~ Jimmy Carr,
2334:Wasn't growing catnip in one's yard the kitty equivalent of giving candy to children? ~ Caroline Paul,
2335:We are rather like children, who must take a watch to pieces to see how it works. ~ Ernest Rutherford,
2336:We find in our children our own selves again, who might be made better than we are. ~ Cassandra Clare,
2337:what great lovea the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! ~ Anonymous,
2338:What would be worse is to have children only because it’s what you feel is expected. You ~ Jody Offen,
2339:When it comes to your children, you don't want hard. You don't want to see them hurt. ~ Katie McGarry,
2340:When one loves animals and children too much, one loves them against human beings. ~ Jean Paul Sartre,
2341:Whoever fears the LORD has a secure fortress, and for their children it will be a refuge. ~ Anonymous,
2342:With spirit we are all children of the cosmos; Without it we are orphaned and adrift. ~ Deepak Chopra,
2343:With the amount of money I have, it's difficult raising children the way I was raised. ~ Adam Sandler,
2344:You can learn many things from children. How much patience you have, for instance. ~ Franklin P Adams,
2345:You know, more children die under the age of five when the parents are not educated. ~ Angelina Jolie,
2346:You may be surprised to know that growing up, I wanted to be a writer of children's books. ~ St Lucia,
2347:5Come and see what God has done:    he is awesome in his deeds toward the children of man. ~ Anonymous,
2348:A good mother loves fiercely but ultimately brings up her children to thrive without her. ~ Erin Kelly,
2349:All of my children are the same way I am. They're little artists too, in their own ways. ~ Erykah Badu,
2350:And...I think that's what life is all about, actually,
about children and flowers. ~ Audrey Hepburn,
2351:And you will understand all too soon That you, my children of battle, are your heroes ~ Nikki Giovanni,
2352:As fathers, we should have a desire to be active participants in our children’s lives. ~ Asa Don Brown,
2353:Believe that God is strong enough to save your children, no matter how you fail. ~ Elyse M Fitzpatrick,
2354:Belinsky: 'Who is this Moloch that eats his children?'
Herzen: 'It's the Ginger Cat. ~ Tom Stoppard,
2355:Blessed are the peace-makers,’ miss, ‘for they shall be called the children of God. ~ Anthony Trollope,
2356:Children don't run around outside as much as they did. They sit in front of computer games. ~ Toyo Ito,
2357:Children rediscover their parents wisdom when they finally become adults themselves. ~ Charles Frazier,
2358:Cost recovery is the polite way of saying, make families pay to educate their children. ~ Susan George,
2359:Count Olaf certainly does sound evil. Imagine forcing children to stand near a stove! ~ Daniel Handler,
2360:Creations, whether they are children, poems, or organizations, take on a life of their own. ~ Starhawk,
2361:Dreams honored become our treasured memories awaken visions in our children.
RE ~ Rosemary Hanrahan,
2362:Even little children repeat that oftentimes people are hanged for having told the truth. ~ Joan of Arc,
2363:Few things make the life of a parent more rewarding and sweet as successful children. ~ Nelson Mandela,
2364:Have you children, Mr Brandstetter?" He shook his head. "I was one once. Does it help? ~ Joseph Hansen,
2365:Human beings are the only creatures on earth that allow their children to come back home. ~ Bill Cosby,
2366:I didn't start out writing to give children hope, but I'm glad some of them found it. ~ Beverly Cleary,
2367:If from infancy you treat children as gods, they are liable in adulthood to act as devils. ~ P D James,
2368:If I’m the boss / parent, why can’t I just tell my subordinates / children what to do? ~ Douglas Stone,
2369:If we are to reach real peace in the world, we shall have to begin with the children. ~ Mahatma Gandhi,
2370:If you want creative and successful children, resign yourself to jousting with rebels. ~ Jack McDevitt,
2371:I hate the idea of making any of my children into a mini-me. That would be terrible. ~ Daphne Guinness,
2372:I sell my children, and though they feed me, they don't love me as hers do. ~ Louisa May Alcott,
2373:I like to involve myself in charities that help children and also young women in need. ~ Lauren Conrad,
2374:I never presumed to tell anyone who could make a rainbow what color to make children. ~ Richard Dawson,
2375:In God's eyes all children are beautiful but here on earth we have higher standards. ~ Stephen Colbert,
2376:I think that people are born with a certain makeup, and that we're all children of God. ~ Barack Obama,
2377:I think young children in the Western middle classes are objects of incredible anxiety. ~ Anne Enright,
2378:I've seen children's eyes light up when I tell them about black holes and the Big Bang. ~ Brian Greene,
2379:I WILL FOLLOW ANYONE... AND REMIND EVERYONE... OF THE FATE OF NEGLECTED YAZIDI CHILDREN ~ Widad Akreyi,
2380:Just taking the time to look at children and understand them is what everyone needs. ~ Charlie Barnett,
2381:Kids. You gotta love them. I adore children. A little salt, a squeeze of lemon--perfect. ~ Jim Butcher,
2382:Kinder, Kirche, Küche: children, church, kitchen; this is what all German girls hope for; ~ Jenna Blum,
2383:Ladies and gentlemen are supposed to be looked after by others, like children and pets. ~ Mason Cooley,
2384:Many a man spanks his children for things his own father should have spanked out of him. ~ Don Marquis,
2385:Much of the misbehavior of children is motivated by the cravings of an empty LOVE TANK. ~ Gary Chapman,
2386:My children are delightful people, whom I would love even if they weren't my children. ~ Toni Morrison,
2387:Never give advice to your children unless you have it in writing and notarized. ~ Marshall B Rosenberg,
2388:Often, women who lose babies are blamed for the loss of those children and are ostracised. ~ Jane Chen,
2389:Only the Lord knows how many children lose heart because their fathers have hard days. ~ R Kent Hughes,
2390:Our children were created with a deep hunger to encounter the supernatural living God. ~ Becky Fischer,
2391:Over 20 million children of conflict are out of school. Education is often forgotten. ~ Angelina Jolie,
2392:Parents are the most likely to be victims of the violence of their mentally ill children. ~ Rich Lowry,
2393:Parents are the weak link in the chain when it comes to protecting their children. ~ Donna Rice Hughes,
2394:Parents now are not expected to live at all, but to exist altogether for their children. ~ Leo Tolstoy,
2395:Praising children’s intelligence harms their motivation and it harms their performance ~ Carol S Dweck,
2396:She never talked about wanting to have children. I believe she wanted solitude and cats. ~ Kate Bolick,
2397:the children were no longer fast gods, but pigeons in the head of a very quiet, dark bomb, ~ Greg Bear,
2398:The faith of children is an awesome thing to behold. If only we could all be worthy of it. ~ Greg Iles,
2399:The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother. ~ Theodore Hesburgh,
2400:The roaring of the wind is my wife and the stars through the window pane are my children. ~ John Keats,
2401:We must, I believe, start teaching our children the sanity of nonviolence much earlier. ~ Alice Walker,
2402:We need a philosophy for mature adults, not fables and false consolations for children. ~ Hiram Crespo,
2403:We need to ensure that children are not forced to waste their time on barren rubbish. ~ Philip Pullman,
2404:What I am at heart, I don’t know. But I do know that I love children. That’s a fact. ~ Sholom Aleichem,
2405:when describing children with Down's Syndrome, he called a child 'heart spontaneous'. ~ Andrew Solomon,
2406:When I see my children, and when I see the people who value me, I know how lucky I am. ~ Kevin Costner,
2407:When we fail to make the tough choices now, our battles can become our children's wars. ~ Jayce O Neal,
2408:When you create a show, and create characters, these people are like children to you. ~ David E Kelley,
2409:While I've spent a lot of quality time with my children, perhaps it's not been enough. ~ Jesse Jackson,
2410:Yet, instead of loving our children more, we install metal detectors in our schools. ~ Michael Jackson,
2411:You can't expect children to sew their own gaping wounds without leaving a terrible scar. ~ Jamie Ford,
2412:You have given us a part in a story the bards will sing to our children's children. ~ Jacqueline Carey,
2413:Your children are not little mirrors reflecting back the good or bad job you've done. ~ Harriet Lerner,
2414:Your children will see what you're all about by what you live rather than what you say. ~ Wayne W Dyer,
2415:accepted his violence like other children accept love—as an assumed part of their lives. ~ Sejal Badani,
2416:A deep sense of love and belonging is an irreducible need of all women, men, and children. ~ Bren Brown,
2417:A great tribute, is expressing the great love for a Grandmother we share with our children. ~ Tom Baker,
2418:And I suspect that Coca-Cola, unpoisoned, is more harmful to our children than vaccination. ~ Eula Biss,
2419:And Mama and Papa did have ten children.... It was all exceedingly embarrassing. Mary ~ Sally MacKenzie,
2420:an elegant universe in ceaseless motion, teeming with ruined ruins and screaming children. ~ John Green,
2421:Animation did not become the dominant form of children's television until the '60s. ~ Annette Funicello,
2422:A perfect parent is a person with excellent child-rearing theories and no actual children. ~ Dave Barry,
2423:Blessed is a mother that would give up part of her soul for her children's happiness. ~ Shannon L Alder,
2424:Caring about the welfare of children and shaming parents are mutually exclusive endeavors. ~ Bren Brown,
2425:Children also need to love back, as research with severely depressed mothers indicates. ~ Steven Stosny,
2426:...children are at heart selfish, and reasonably so, for they are programmed for survival. ~ Ian McEwan,
2427:Children are like grown people; the experience of others is never of any use to them. ~ Alphonse Daudet,
2428:Children are not the glue. They are the cracks that force one to search for glue. ~ Susan Kiernan Lewis,
2429:Children aren't coloring books. You don't get to fill them with your favorite colors. ~ Khaled Hosseini,
2430:Children aren’t coloring books. You don’t get to fill them with your favorite colors. ~ Khaled Hosseini,
2431:Children build self-esteem by doing things that are hard and learning what works. ~ Clayton Christensen,
2432:children learn their experience; they don’t necessarily learn what we intend them to.”) ~ Norman Doidge,
2433:Children must be protected not because they are innocent but because they are powerless. ~ Mason Cooley,
2434:children of Israel took when they left Egypt (Exodus 13–15). Released by the Egyptian ~ Christine Caine,
2435:Children will argue, and if you stop them, they never learn how to fix things themselves. ~ Julie Berry,
2436:Disney has a great tradition of enchanting children and giving them something to behold. ~ Nicolas Cage,
2437:Fraud, my children! Fraud and forgery. Dry rot covered with paint and gilded with lies, ~ Barry Hughart,
2438:How dare they. Is it not enough they steal men’s souls? Must they also take their children? ~ Anonymous,
2439:How is it we’re the lucky ones, living a life that the children-we-were took for dreams? ~ Richard Bach,
2440:If your children ever find out how lame you really are, they'll murder you in your sleep. ~ Frank Zappa,
2441:If your parents didn't have any children, there's a good chance that you won't have any. ~ Clarence Day,
2442:I genuinely believe we have an opportunity to revolutionize how we educate our children. ~ LeVar Burton,
2443:I have four children and nine grandchildren. I'm presently wearing out my second wife. ~ Morgan Freeman,
2444:I know I have a responsibility as a role model to children and I try to fulfill that. ~ Mario Balotelli,
2445:I'm done with the whole idea of having my own children. It doesn't seem like any fun. ~ Katherine Heigl,
2446:In the roughest moments, remember: God is our Father; God does not abandon his children. ~ Pope Francis,
2447:It is often easier for our children to obtain a gun than it is to find a good school. ~ Joycelyn Elders,
2448:It is when children start to question their happiness that they lose it and grow up. ~ Elizabeth Goudge,
2449:Its a sad moment, really, when parents first become a bit frightened of their children. ~ Ama Ata Aidoo,
2450:I was actually raised around a lot of children. So, I'm very comfortable around children. ~ Nick Cannon,
2451:Let your children uplift your burdens and allow your role as a mother - to flourish and grow. ~ Eleesha,
2452:life lives on in our children and their children, and not even a king can take that away. ~ Terry Hayes,
2453:Listen my children and you shall hear, Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow,
2454:Manners will become important to children only if they are important to their parents. ~ Thomas Lickona,
2455:Many parents make mistakes with their children, thinking they know what's best for them. ~ Paulo Coelho,
2456:My first rule of consumerism is never to buy anything you can't make your children carry. ~ Bill Bryson,
2457:Only boys and fools think men are first in courage. We do not bear children. ~ Katherine Arden,
2458:Owning stocks is like having children - don't get involved with more than you can handle. ~ Peter Lynch,
2459:Praising children's intelligence harms their motivation and it harms their performance. ~ Carol S Dweck,
2460:Praising children’s intelligence harms their motivation and it harms their performance. ~ Carol S Dweck,
2461:Real leadership means tackling tough problems ourselves and not leaving them to our children. ~ Jon Kyl,
2462:So long as little children are allowed to suffer, there is no true love in this world. ~ Isadora Duncan,
2463:Tell the children to do all their business before they come over. I do not change diapers. ~ Sophie Oak,
2464:The children of disobedience are such as choose to disobey God, and to serve the devil; ~ Matthew Henry,
2465:The children will go back to school. Sam and Annie can move into this house. ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
2466:The good parent: someone who doesn't mind, for a time, being hated by their children. ~ Alain de Botton,
2467:There were five children in my family, and arguing was how we used to entertain ourselves. ~ Jack Straw,
2468:The Son of God became man that the children of men might become children of God. ~ D Martyn Lloyd Jones,
2469:They start again as children—all together. It is what the Composer was designed to prevent. ~ Greg Bear,
2470:This is what love does and continues to do. It tastes like honey to adults and milk to children. ~ Rumi,
2471:We all are children and parents, students and teachers, healers and in need of care. ~ Henri J M Nouwen,
2472:We are the sons of Light and children of God. Glory unto the Lord, we will succeed. ~ Swami Vivekananda,
2473:we can trust children to find out about the world, and that when trusted, they do find out. ~ John Holt,
2474:We have no children Harriet. Or, rather, I have no children. You have one child. ~ Doris Lessing,
2475:We must have...a place where children can have a whole group of adults they can trust. ~ Margaret Mead,
2476:Whenever I look at a baby or children in general, I smile and just want to play with them. ~ Odeya Rush,
2477:Writing for children is as easy as describing the history of the Byzantium in three words. ~ Mo Willems,
2478:You have to kind of be invisible when you photograph children, so you use a longer lens. ~ David Bailey,
2479:You should never take responsibility for more children than you can give attention to. ~ James Redfield,
2480:you should never take responsibility for more children than you can give attention to. ~ James Redfield,
2481:40 percent of North Korean children suffer from stunted growth. 20 percent are underweight. ~ Tom Lantos,
2482:Always put the kneeler down immediately! Any Catholic parent of small children knows ~ Jennifer Handford,
2483:America teaches its children that every passion can be transmuted into an occasion to buy. ~ John Updike,
2484:An exciting summer began for the four Alden children with the bang of a door. ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
2485:As extended as you know most males are like young children, you understand all the things. ~ Coco Chanel,
2486:As long as anger lives, it continues to be the fruitful parent of many unhappy children. ~ John Climacus,
2487:Be careful what you give children, for sooner or later you are sure to get it back. ~ Barbara Kingsolver,
2488:Being a stepmother has worked out very well for me. I love my stepchildren very much. ~ Philippa Gregory,
2489:Caring about the welfare of children and shaming parents are mutually exclusive endeavors. ~ Brene Brown,
2490:Children aren't happy with nothing to ignore,
And that's what parents were created for. ~ Ogden Nash,
2491:Children are the most vulnerable and susceptible to become victims of human trafficking. ~ Asa Don Brown,
2492:Children know when they're loved. It's when you grow up that you're more easily fooled. ~ Samantha Sotto,
2493:Children learn how to make good decisions by making decisions, not by following directions. ~ Alfie Kohn,
2494:Children must master the language of things before they master the language of words. ~ Friedrich Frobel,
2495:Children remember who showed them kindness when the world tried to make them cruel. ~ K Arsenault Rivera,
2496:Children, we must cultivate reverence towards all great masters, monks and gurus. ~ Mata Amritanandamayi,
2497:Don't have children: they deform women's bodies and turn into an enemy 20 years later. ~ Marquis de Sade,
2498:Don't worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you. ~ Robert Fulghum,
2499:Each of us, as citizens, has a role to play in creating a better world for our children ~ Nelson Mandela,
2500:God has called us to something vastly bigger than our happiness or that of our children. ~ Gloria Furman,
2501:Good girl. Test passed. I think I love you, Janie. Let’s get married and not have children. ~ Penny Reid,
2502:I can honestly say, I have the love of my life, and we have the most amazing children. ~ Colleen Saidman,
2503:I can tell my children that they don't need to fear they will lose me to breast cancer. ~ Angelina Jolie,
2504:If it wasn't because of my high heels, I would still be in Coatzacoalcos with 10 children. ~ Salma Hayek,
2505:If our children are to approve of themselves, they must see that we approve of ourselves. ~ Maya Angelou,
2506:If we give the bureaucrats our children, we may as well give them everything else. ~ John Gresham Machen,
2507:I grew up like a boy, also because most of the children who came to our house were boys. ~ Indira Gandhi,
2508:I had wondered if all mothers shared a fear of how vibrant and alive their children were. ~ Alice Sebold,
2509:I have no confidence in any religion that can be demonstrated only to children. ~ Robert Green Ingersoll,
2510:I love children and I love men, but I can't commit to either for the rest of my life. ~ Lara Flynn Boyle,
2511:I'm really grounded and quite hippie, wanting to nurture and have children and be quiet. ~ Sienna Miller,
2512:It goes without saying that you should never have more children than you have car windows ~ Erma Bombeck,
2513:Live so that when your children think of fairness and integrity, they think of you. ~ H Jackson Brown Jr,
2514:Many children in the foster care system are often in the midst of a family challenge. ~ Michele Bachmann,
2515:Middle children go to the dark places for attention. Only children go there for some peace. ~ Erin Leigh,
2516:My mother wanted me to be friends only with children she considered socially suitable. ~ Brigitte Bardot,
2517:Nobody wants to go through divorce, especially when there's young children involved. ~ Lindsay Davenport,
2518:Oh, my love,' she said. 'What do the only children do?'

'We'll never have to know. ~ Ann Patchett,
2519:Parents need to nourish spiritual values in their children from a very young age. ~ Mata Amritanandamayi,
2520:People think that you are a nasty, selfish person if you don`t want to have children. ~ Janeane Garofalo,
2521:People with children and people with their own business always pick up a ringing phone. ~ Jeffery Deaver,
2522:Perhaps selling your children, your future, just happened one bad decision at a time. ~ Janette Rallison,
2523:ROM8.16 The Spirit itself beareth witness with our spirit, that we are the children of God:  ~ Anonymous,
2524:Rules equal love. If you let your children run the show, then you really don’t love them. ~ J D Trafford,
2525:She told me children were nothing but padlocks on the patriarchal shackles of marriage. That ~ Ruth Ware,
2526:Soldiers and children do as they're told. Children grow out of it, but soldiers just die. ~ Laini Taylor,
2527:That is why we dread children, even if we love them. They show us the state of our decay. ~ Brian Aldiss,
2528:The best way to be a good father to your children is to be a good husband to their mother. ~ Jay E Adams,
2529:The children who need love the most will always ask for it in the most unloving ways ~ Russell A Barkley,
2530:The dying are selfish, he thought; they want their moments to themselves, like children. ~ John Williams,
2531:The first and finest lesson that parents can teach their children is faith and courage. ~ Smiley Blanton,
2532:The Oversoul is before Time, and Time, Father of all else, is one of his children. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
2533:There are few children more treasured than ill-behaved ones who belong to someone else. ~ Laurie Frankel,
2534:There are not the same factual shows anymore - children's TV has become much more trivial. ~ Johnny Ball,
2535:The reason teaching has to go on is that children are not born human; they are made so. ~ Jacques Barzun,
2536:War in our time is always indiscriminate, a war against innocents, a war against children. ~ Howard Zinn,
2537:We must be what we wish our children to be. They will form their characters from ours. ~ John S C Abbott,
2538:We need the children of Indonesia and the Philippines to manufacture our freedom of choice. ~ Marc Maron,
2539:We tell children what they should do when they grow up so we can impress the people next door. ~ Robin S,
2540:What gift has providence bestowed on man that is so dear to him as his children? ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero,
2541:When family relations are no longer harmonious, we have filial children and devoted parents. ~ R D Laing,
2542:Who gave his angels eternal happiness unearned, yet required his other children to earn it? ~ Mark Twain,
2543:You children can’t arrest him, certainly.” They all laughed at the idea. Then ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
2544:Actors often behave like children, and so we're taken for children. I want to be grown up. ~ Jeremy Irons,
2545:Adult helplessness destroys children. Or it forces them to become tiny adults of their own. ~ Neil Gaiman,
2546:Always treat children in the direction you wish them to grow, not as they now are. ~ Suzanne Woods Fisher,
2547:A mother only does her children harm if she makes them the only concern of her life. ~ W Somerset Maugham,
2548:And you will understand all too soon
That you, my children of battle, are your heroes ~ Nikki Giovanni,
2549:Aristotle was very explicit. He said that women are good for two things—children and cooking. ~ Anonymous,
2550:A society which abandons children and the elderly severs its roots and darkens its future. ~ Pope Francis,
2551:Children are like a stream of water . They need a proper gutter to flow in order ~ Ernest Agyemang Yeboah,
2552:Children, Hadley thinks to herself, children are more civilised than this gang on the sauce. ~ Naomi Wood,
2553:Children have a more restricted and yet a more intense feeling for nature than grown-ups. ~ Hermann Broch,
2554:Children learn to speak Male or Female the way they learn to speak English or French. ~ Jeffrey Eugenides,
2555:Children need to understand the way the world works: what’s permissible and what’s not. ~ Daniel J Siegel,
2556:Cleaning the house while the children are home is like shoveling while it's still snowing. ~ Erma Bombeck,
2557:Don't let your children take priority over your marriage and your work and everything else. ~ Josh Turner,
2558:God has lots of children in the church today; I'm honestly not sure He has many friends. ~ Mike Pilavachi,
2559:God makes no difference in His love to His children. A child is a child to Him; ~ Charles Haddon Spurgeon,
2560:How many times have your children watched you give up on yourself over and over and over? ~ Rachel Hollis,
2561:I always brought up my children not to believe in Mothers Day gifts, and now I regret it. ~ Lauren Bacall,
2562:I don't believe in collective guilt. The children of killers are not killers, but children. ~ Elie Wiesel,
2563:If we do not teach our children, societ will. And they-and we-will live with the results. ~ Stephen Covey,
2564:If we hope to give our children a chance, it's time we start giving our teachers a chance. ~ Barack Obama,
2565:I love little children too but I don't cut off their heads and stick them in vases. ~ George Bernard Shaw,
2566:I'm really terrible with small children; they're small, noisy, irritating, damp and soggy. ~ Ian Anderson,
2567:it is as deeply implanted in our nature to breed children as it is to eat and drink. ~ Ernest Belfort Bax,
2568:It is easier,” said Frederick Douglass, “to build strong children than to repair broken men. ~ Mark Steyn,
2569:I've heard it said that children born to stressful times never shake the air of woe . . . . ~ Kate Morton,
2570:I've never outgrown that feeling of mild pride, of acceptance, when children take your hand. ~ Ian McEwan,
2571:I want to help children in Serbia and around the world so they can realize their dreams. ~ Novak Djokovic,
2572:Just as she said this, the children heard a horse and cart coming up the road. ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
2573:Know, Nature's children all divide her care, The fur that warms a monarch warmed a bear. ~ Alexander Pope,
2574:learn to accept that you are going to be responsible for many of your children's tears. ~ Trisha Ashworth,
2575:Literature is mostly about having sex and not having children. Life is the other way around ~ David Lodge,
2576:[...]make sure you raise your children by having them play in their studies, and don't use force. ~ Plato,
2577:Mobs in their emotions are much like children, subject to the same tantrums and fits of fury. ~ Euripides,
2578:Our Father in heaven is surely on the side of fathers on earth who love their children. ~ Honor de Balzac,
2579:Our President has declared that the only privileged person in our country are the children. ~ Evita Peron,
2580:Poets and children sometimes see things that escape the eyes of common men. ~ Christopher Daniel Mechling,
2581:Receive the children in reverence, educate them in love, and send them forth in freedom. ~ Rudolf Steiner,
2582:Remind children that their successes and failures are not representations of their worth. ~ Asa Don Brown,
2583:Studies show that children best flourish when one mom and one dad are there to raise them. ~ John Boehner,
2584:The Bible looks the way it does because “God lets his children tell the story,” so to speak. ~ Peter Enns,
2585:The children born of thee are sword and fire,
Red ruin, and the breaking up of laws, ~ Alfred Tennyson,
2586:The future? Like unwritten books and unborn children, you don't talk about it. ~ Dietrich Fischer Dieskau,
2587:the Reggio Emilia philosophy for the education of young children and the Waldorf schools. ~ Daniel H Pink,
2588:There is no such thing as genius, some children are just less damaged than others. ~ R Buckminster Fuller,
2589:The sexuality of children - there's a lot friction there. That tension interests me a lot. ~ Michael Gira,
2590:The thing that impresses me most about America is the way parents obey their children. ~ King Edward VIII,
2591:To kill [children in the womb] makes us all the poorer, insensitive, calloused and jaded. ~ Sam Brownback,
2592:To think of your creations in terms of better or worse- big mistake. They are your children. ~ Jay Sankey,
2593:Wars are fought by children. Conceived by their mad demonic elders, and fought by boys. ~ Penelope Lively,
2594:We and the world, my children, will always be at war. Retreat is impossible. Arm yourselves. ~ Leif Enger,
2595:Well-mannered children could be conceived if the parents were well-mannered. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
2596:What greater pain could mortals have than this: To see their children dead before their eyes? ~ Euripides,
2597:Where most children are proof of their parents’ love, I was the proof of their criminality. ~ Trevor Noah,
2598:You can't leave [the children] to God when God has left them to us." - Sister Carlotta ~ Orson Scott Card,
2599:You two are perfect together. And one day . . . one day your children will change everything. ~ G A Aiken,
2600:a good deal of childhood is strong stuff for adults and totally unsuitable for children. ~ Philippa Pearce,
2601:All of us have to recognize that we owe our children more than we have been giving them. ~ Hillary Clinton,
2602:All parents damage their children. This was their life together. Neglect. Violence. Silence. ~ Mitch Albom,
2603:Always be nice to your children because they are the ones who will choose your rest home. ~ Phyllis Diller,
2604:And why does this same God tell me how to raise my children when he had to drown his? ~ Robert G Ingersoll,
2605:Because they have so little, children must rely on imagination rather than experience. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt,
2606:But I want to start a family one day, and be involved in more charities, helping children. ~ Lily Aldridge,
2607:But my eagerness to sacrifice little children in order to save mankind is wearing thin. ~ Orson Scott Card,
2608:Can we today measure devotion to husband and children by our indifference to everything else? ~ Golda Meir,
2609:Children are the best living audience in the world because they are so thoroughly honest. ~ Maurice Sendak,
2610:Children are very wise
intuitively; they know who loves them most, and who only pretends. ~ V C Andrews,
2611:Children can be harsh judges when it comes to their parents, disinclined to grant clemency, ~ Jon Krakauer,
2612:Children can be harsh judges when it comes to their parents, disinclined to grant clemency. ~ Jon Krakauer,
2613:Children don't need learning. They need access to what they want to learn outside the home. ~ Daniel Quinn,
2614:Children need boundaries, so they can know how far they have to go to get beyond them. ~ Katharine Hepburn,
2615:Children's plays are not sports, and should be deemed as their most serious actions. ~ Michel de Montaigne,
2616:Curriculum should help children make deeper and fuller understanding of their own experience ~ Lilian Katz,
2617:Fostering our children’s creativity, we are fostering our children’s spirituality as well. ~ Julia Cameron,
2618:Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted. ~ Vladimir Lenin,
2619:God’s a parent. What loving parent would create a place of eternal torment for their children? ~ Rhys Ford,
2620:God, why does a mortal man have children? It is senseless to love anything this much. ~ Barbara Kingsolver,
2621:Home is a fairy tale, the kind where children are lost in the woods, found, cooked and eaten. ~ Jamie Ford,
2622:How can we teach our children to respect Black women if Black women don't respect Black women? ~ T D Jakes,
2623:I already have a wife who is too much for me.. she is my art, and my works are my children. ~ Michelangelo,
2624:I am tortured when I am away from my family, from my children. I am horribly guilt-ridden. ~ Jessica Lange,
2625:I did not, like my children and people today, grow up with television as part of my life. ~ Robert Redford,
2626:I do not remember any proper children's books in my childhood. I was not exposed to them. ~ Maurice Sendak,
2627:If one is willing to have children, rhythm is probably the best method of contraception. ~ Elizabeth Hawes,
2628:If only I had the influence with my wife and children that I have in some other quarters! ~ Charlie Munger,
2629:If you are too busy or too proud to pray with your children, you are too busy and too proud. ~ Bill Hybels,
2630:If your church loves the way you do church more than your children, it loves the wrong thing. ~ Ed Stetzer,
2631:I miss the sound of children playing, which always sounds the same no matter their language. ~ Scott Kelly,
2632:In general, children, like men, and men, like children, prefer entertainment to education. ~ Denis Diderot,
2633:Like all of us, children just want to be needed. It’s our job to make sure they actually are. ~ Ben Hewitt,
2634:Loving children doesn't give them a destination. It gives them sustenance for the journey. ~ Alison Gopnik,
2635:Luckily for parents, children have great resilience and a generous ability to forgive. ~ Bruce Springsteen,
2636:Michael Jackson has some contact with his mother. I know she is involved with the children ~ Martin Bashir,
2637:Most of the time, the words that adults need to hear the most are hidden in children's books. ~ Kiera Cass,
2638:Most sorts of diversion in men, children and other animals, are in imitation of fighting. ~ Jonathan Swift,
2639:Nothing I've ever done has given me more joys and rewards than being a father to my children. ~ Bill Cosby,
2640:One reason children are capable of joy is because they take almost nothing for granted. ~ William B Irvine,
2641:Raising children should mean helping them to become what they already are in God’s eyes. ~ Eberhard Arnold,
2642:Teachers who work with autistic children need to understand associative thought patterns. ~ Temple Grandin,
2643:The central struggle of parenthood is to let our hopes for our children ourweigh our fears ~ Ellen Goodman,
2644:The life of children, as much as that of intemperate men, is wholly governed by their desires. ~ Aristotle,
2645:The passive and overt violence waged against the women and children of the world must end. ~ Bryant McGill,
2646:There are two things children should get from their parents: roots and wings. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
2647:The victimization of children is nowhere forbidden; what is forbidden is to write about it. ~ Alice Miller,
2648:...they speak like melted butter and their children speak like footsteps on pavement... ~ Isabel Wilkerson,
2649:They were forcing the children to describe the future they wanted, not the one that could be. ~ Lois Lowry,
2650:To take nature and natural play away from children may be tantamount to withholding oxygen. ~ Richard Louv,
2651:Tranquilizers work only if you follow the advice on the bottle - keep away from children. ~ Phyllis Diller,
2652:We are the children of death and it is death that rescues us from the deceptions of life. ~ Sadegh Hedayat,
2653:We believed in our idea - a family park where parents and children could have fun- together. ~ Walt Disney,
2654:We have not inherited the earth from our fathers, we are borrowing it from our children. ~ Charles de Lint,
2655:We probably looked like starving orphan children. Hey! We were starving orphan children. ~ James Patterson,
2656:We wouldn’t be proper children if we didn’t disregard our parents’ most vital instruction. ~ Claire Messud,
2657:...who would have known the dark eyes staring into mine would become our children's eyes...? ~ John Geddes,
2658:2:12 I write unto you, little children, because your sins are forgiven you for his name's sake. ~ Anonymous,
2659:Age doesn’t make us childish, as they say, It finds that we’re still children. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
2660:All children paint like geniuses. What do we do to them that so quickly dulls this ability? ~ Pablo Picasso,
2661:Appalling things can happen to children. And even a happy childhood is filled with sadnesses. ~ Mark Haddon,
2662:As unsupported children, we have to dissociate because we are not able to effectively grieve. ~ Pete Walker,
2663:Children are sent to school to be civilized, to learn to be part of the social enterprise. ~ Robert Fulghum,
2664:Children key off their parents’ reaction more than the argument or physical discipline itself. ~ Po Bronson,
2665:Children playing at war. Children who don't deserve to die, but are too foolish to live. ~ Paolo Bacigalupi,
2666:Children use all their wiles to get their way with adults. Adults do the same with children. ~ Mason Cooley,
2667:Don't force your children into your ways, for they were created for a time different from your own. ~ Plato,
2668:Give me back the $800 billion for the Iraq war and children's television PBS is on the house. ~ Jon Stewart,
2669:God, children know something they can't tell; they like Red Riding Hood and the wolf in bed! ~ Djuna Barnes,
2670:God didn’t give you your children to build your reputation but to publicly proclaim his. ~ Paul David Tripp,
2671:Having children just puts the whole world into perspective. Everything else just disappears. ~ Kate Winslet,
2672:Healthy children will not fear life if their elders have integrity enough not to fear death. ~ Erik Erikson,
2673:I feel there is a strong bond between artists and children and all other sacred fools. ~ Gottfried Helnwein,
2674:If I could relive my life, I would devote my entire ministry to reaching children for God! ~ Dwight L Moody,
2675:If we do not teach our children, societ will. And they-and we-will live with the results. ~ Stephen R Covey,
2676:If you bungle raising your children, I don't think whatever else you do matters very much. ~ Jackie Kennedy,
2677:If you bungle raising your children, I don’t think whatever else you do matters very much. ~ Laura Moriarty,
2678:If your parents didn’t have any children, there is a good chance that you won’t have any. ~ Clarence Day Jr,
2679:I grew up at 'All My Children;' I got married, had a daughter and made life-long friends there! ~ Eva LaRue,
2680:I have a natural affinity with children and adults who can't accept adult responsibility. ~ Dexter Fletcher,
2681:I have died every day in my mind with disgust for not being able to protect my own children. ~ Pawan Mishra,
2682:I have no greater joy than this, to hear of my children walking in the truth. (3 John 4) ~ Priscilla Shirer,
2683:I just want my children to be happy. And to be good people. Proper people. That's all. ~ Marco Pierre White,
2684:I'll never get sick of raising my children, but other people might get sick of them. ~ Brian Michael Bendis,
2685:I'm thirty-four, you know. I'm not going to be one of these bitches that ruins children. ~ Ernest Hemingway,
2686:It makes good sense to revere the sun and the stars ... because we are their children ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson,
2687:I've helped many, many, many children, thousands of children, cancer kids, leukemia kids. ~ Michael Jackson,
2688:I would never take a case that had to do with abusing children. They're the true innocents. ~ Lynne Stewart,
2689:Men are generally more careful of the breed of their horses and dogs than of their children. ~ William Penn,
2690:Now rabbits eat their children - somebody ought to explain to them how it's only a complex. ~ Nancy Mitford,
2691:Our children must follow in our footsteps; after all, we are older and know about the world. ~ Paulo Coelho,
2692:Parents are indeed capable of routinely torturing their children without anyone interceding. ~ Alice Miller,
2693:See that your children be taught, not only the labors of the earth, but the loveliness of it. ~ John Ruskin,
2694:Small children are great accepters. They don’t understand shame, or the need to hide things. ~ Stephen King,
2695:Some children I have met are very beautiful. Some children are imbeciles, vulgar, terrible. ~ Jeanne Moreau,
2696:Someday I will tell my grandchildren that I lived in the era when OK was abbreviated to K. ~ Demetri Martin,
2697:The central struggle of parenthood is to let our hopes for our children outweigh our fears. ~ Ellen Goodman,
2698:The children imitating the cormorants,
Are more wonderful
Than the real cormorants ~ Kobayashi Issa,
2699:The genius of art finds sanctuary among children and madmen to survive.That is who we are. ~ Marilyn Manson,
2700:The more intelligent our children, the better our lives and the richer our culture will be. ~ Jacque Fresco,
2701:There is only one thing children find harder to hold back than tears, and that is joy. ~ Karl Ove Knausg rd,
2702:They never lynch children, babies, no matter what they do they are whitewashed in advance. ~ Samuel Beckett,
2703:Towards the end, one of them [children in "The White Queen"] was older than I was in real life. ~ Max Irons,
2704:War ... it paid well and liberated children from the pernicious influence of their parents. ~ Joseph Heller,
2705:was particularly hard for women now, when there were so many children left without ~ Alexander McCall Smith,
2706:We want to feel that this earth is all ours, like our parents' house when we were children. ~ Ella Maillart,
2707:Whatever it is, handle it so that your children's children will get the benefit of it. ~ Theodore Roosevelt,
2708:What I want for children in our country and around the world is safe, stable and loving homes. ~ Laura Bush,
2709:What we instill in our children will be the foundation upon which they build their future. ~ Steve Maraboli,
2710:When I'm with my friends' teenage children, I always say, 'Are your friends having sex yet?' ~ Sharon Stone,
2711:When you abort the first born of any, nature takes its vengeance on the subsequent children. ~ Bob Marshall,
2712:Women have been dependent upon men for their survival, for the survival of their children. ~ Frederick Lenz,
2713:Women play with their beauty as children do with their knives. They wound themselves with it. ~ Victor Hugo,
2714:Yet I wanted to have children, and I knew that was my purpose, but I wasn't going to settle. ~ Boris Kodjoe,
2715:You must be committed to your children first. Otherwise, they will receive the leftovers. ~ Lorilyn Roberts,
2716:Your children see!” screamed Bonnie. Her face was ugly with rage. “We see! We fucking see! ~ Liane Moriarty,
2717:After all, grown-ups always underestimate children. Children never underestimate each other. ~ Robin Stevens,
2718:As a songwriter, your songs are, in a way, like your children - you want them to be appreciated. ~ Mike Love,
2719:As Australians, we must not leave our children worse off. That’s not fair. That is not our way. ~ Joe Hockey,
2720:Be natural my children. For the writer that is natural has fulfilled all the rules of art. ~ Charles Dickens,
2721:But daughters have their own lives. You can’t smother them. She’ll get married. Have children. ~ Mitch Albom,
2722:CAN WE SIMULTANEOUSLY LOVE our children but betray their generation and generations yet born? ~ Mark R Levin,
2723:Children, dear and loving children, can alone console a woman for the loss of her beauty. ~ Honore de Balzac,
2724:Children do not really need money. After all, they don't have to pay rent or send mailgrams. ~ Fran Lebowitz,
2725:Even if your children ever come home, they really aren’t yours anymore.”
-Leia Organa Solo ~ Kathy Tyers,
2726:For parents to restrain the inclinations of their children in marriage is an usurped power. ~ Henry Fielding,
2727:Having five children in six years is the best training in the world for Speaker of the House. ~ Nancy Pelosi,
2728:He confessed to stalking, torturing, and assaulting 400 children while traveling the country. ~ Deborah Blum,
2729:He was the sort of child people imagine their children will be, before they have children. ~ George Saunders,
2730:I don't want to rip families apart. I don't want to be sending parents away from children. ~ Hillary Clinton,
2731:I fear the future I wish for my children is at risk, so I'm taking action. Please join me. ~ Madonna Ciccone,
2732:If we want our children to value education, then we must show our appreciation for knowledge. ~ Brad Sherman,
2733:I have two children who died before reaching 30, so who am I to complain about being alive? ~ Carlos Fuentes,
2734:I just wanted my daughter to grow up, get married, have children and get divorced like everyone else. ~ Cher,
2735:I love Jesus Christ. I am a Christian... I cry when I see injustice, children dying of hunger. ~ Hugo Chavez,
2736:In a representative republic, the education of our children must be of the utmost importance! ~ James Monroe,
2737:In England, 'Doctor Who' has always been considered a children's show, at least by children. ~ Alex Kingston,
2738:I think some people are really connected to who they were as children. And some people aren't. ~ Lena Dunham,
2739:I think this power of living in our children is one of the sweetest things in the world. ~ Louisa May Alcott,
2740:I think this power of living in our children is one of the sweetest things in the world… ~ Louisa May Alcott,
2741:It is difficult to connect general principles with such thoroughly concrete things as children. ~ John Dewey,
2742:It's nice that you spend a day with your mother,' she said. "Children should do it more often. ~ Mitch Albom,
2743:I will continue to freak out my children by knitting in public. It's good for them. ~ Stephanie Pearl McPhee,
2744:Let our children grow tall and some taller than others if they have it in them to do so. ~ Margaret Thatcher,
2745:More children from the fit, less from the unfit -- that is the chief aim of birth control. ~ Margaret Sanger,
2746:My children are 10 and three, and the longing and the need for them is incredibly powerful. ~ Treat Williams,
2747:Of all nature's gifts to the human race, what is sweeter to a man than his children? ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero,
2748:Our children are the rock on which our future will be built, our greatest asset as a nation ~ Nelson Mandela,
2749:People is themselves when they are children, and not again till they know they'm dying. ~ Dorothy Richardson,
2750:Some children want to be babies and some want to be adults. Few are content with their age. ~ John Steinbeck,
2751:Sunday school: A prison in which children do penance for the evil conscience of their parents. ~ H L Mencken,
2752:The first half of our lives are ruined by our parents and the second half by our children. ~ Clarence Darrow,
2753:The more risks you allow your children to make, the better they learn to look after themselves. ~ Roald Dahl,
2754:The most interesting information come from children, for they tell all they know and then stop. ~ Mark Twain,
2755:The most precious inheritance that parents can give their children is their own happiness. ~ Thich Nhat Hanh,
2756:The one thing I missed was never having children. It just wasn't in the cards, I guess. ~ Jeanette MacDonald,
2757:The reason grandparents and grandchildren get along so well is that they have a common enemy. ~ Sam Levenson,
2758:The Supreme Court has never ruled that the children of illegal aliens are American citizens. ~ Rush Limbaugh,
2759:The trick to having obedient, unquestioning children was to have death be the other option ~ James Patterson,
2760:The values we leave our children are more important than the valuables we leave them. ~ Suzanne Woods Fisher,
2761:They were barely children, really, more like hyper badgers in Abercrombie and Fitch T-shirts. ~ Molly Harper,
2762:To be friends with God means to pray with simplicity, like children talking to their parents. ~ Pope Francis,
2763:To watch how lovingly your children parent their own children is to know profound achievement. ~ Sally Field,
2764:We are partners with our children because we are just like them, dearly loved sinners. ~ Elyse M Fitzpatrick,
2765:We wanted to be children without children, which was the way to remain children forever.. ~ Alejandro Zambra,
2766:What a father says to his children is not heard by the world, but it will be heard by posterity. ~ Jean Paul,
2767:When children see Michael Jackson they see a human being. When adults see him they see money. ~ Phil Collins,
2768:When it comes to raising children, I believe in give and take. I give orders and they take 'em. ~ Bernie Mac,
2769:When you inoculate children with a polio vaccine, you don't sleep well for two or three months. ~ Jonas Salk,
2770:Where parents do too much for their children, the children will not do much for themselves. ~ Elbert Hubbard,
2771:Woman understands children better than man does, but man is more childlike than woman. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche,
2772:your children are either the center of your life or they’re not, and the rest is commentary ~ Calvin Trillin,
2773:2By this we know that we love the children of God, when we love God and observe His commandments. ~ Anonymous,
2774:Abortions will not let you forget. You remember the children you got that you did not get. ~ Gwendolyn Brooks,
2775:Any actor will tell you that you go where the work is, especially when you have children. ~ Nicole Ari Parker,
2776:Artists tend to be beyond embarrassment the way little children tend to be beyond embarrassment. ~ Carl Andre,
2777:As fathers, we know what a force for life children can be. They represent all of our futures. ~ Ewan McGregor,
2778:As sure as God puts His children in the furnace of affliction, He will be with them in it. ~ Charles Spurgeon,
2779:Astor, who hated children pretending to be animals and was frequently off sick with stress. ~ Gilly Macmillan,
2780:"Body am I, and soul" - so saith the child. And why should one not speak like children? ~ Friedrich Nietzsche,
2781:By the year 2000 we will, I hope, raise our children to believe in human potential, not God. ~ Gloria Steinem,
2782:Child abuse isn’t evil because it may produce neurotic adults but because it abuses children. ~ Alison Gopnik,
2783:children being the enemies of plans and also the enemies of anything new besides themselves. ~ Laurie Frankel,
2784:Children forget that sometimes. They think of themselves as a burden instead of a wish granted. ~ Mitch Albom,
2785:Children's games are hardly games. Children are never more serious than when they play. ~ Michel de Montaigne,
2786:Children when they ask you why your mama so funny say she is a poet she don't have no sense ~ Lucille Clifton,
2787:Do no sinful action, speak no angry word; ye belong to Jesus, children of the Lord. ~ Cecil Frances Alexander,
2788:Even when freshly washed and relieved of all obvious confections, children tend to be sticky. ~ Fran Lebowitz,
2789:Every single progressive education fad of the past thirty years has hurt poor black children. ~ Shelby Steele,
2790:Have you noticed we tend to be “yes” people to our friends and “no” people to our children? ~ Patsy Clairmont,
2791:Healthy children will not fear life if their elders have integrity enough not to fear death. ~ Erik H Erikson,
2792:How children dance,” Rainer Maria Rilke wrote, “to the unlived lives of their parents, ~ Doris Kearns Goodwin,
2793:I absolutely don't dislike children - I would choose their company over adult company any time. ~ Rachel Cusk,
2794:I am a Soviet man, and Yeltsin is a Soviet man - maybe our grandchildren will be different. ~ Alexander Lebed,
2795:If our forefathers make the world awry, must our children be the ones who pay to right it? ~ Geraldine Brooks,
2796:If the child gives the effect another turn of the screw, what do you say to TWO children—?" "We ~ Henry James,
2797:If you love your children, send them to New York, if you hate your children, send them to New York. ~ Unknown,
2798:If you really care about children then why would you want to keep families from adopting them? ~ Margaret Cho,
2799:I have heard it said that children are getting older. I think adults are getting younger. ~ Abigail Tarttelin,
2800:I have seen children starving. I have seen the agony of mothers and wives. I hate war. ~ Franklin D Roosevelt,
2801:I have two children and they're young yet but all of the children that I know really inspire me. ~ Val Kilmer,
2802:I live in a tough neighborhood. They got a children's zoo. Last week, four kids escaped. ~ Rodney Dangerfield,
2803:In reality, we are still children. We want to find a playmate for our thoughts and feelings. ~ Wilhelm Stekel,
2804:In the interests of economy they condemned hundreds of children to death and I call it murder. ~ James Maxton,
2805:I said, we should allow no Syrian refugees into the country, not even women or children. ~ Lawrence O Donnell,
2806:is not right that children be dunked headfirst into the vat of garbage we call popular culture. ~ Ben Shapiro,
2807:I think one of the things when you're casting children is you're also casting their parents. ~ Morgan Freeman,
2808:It would be amazing to tell my grandchildren, like, 'Yeah, I was paid to sharpen 1,000 pencils.' ~ David Rees,
2809:I used to get letters saying, 'I didn't know black children and white children were the same.' ~ Dick Gregory,
2810:I’ve come to the conclusion that the more you entertain children, the more bored they will get. ~ Andy Crouch,
2811:I want to branch out. I want to write. I write poetry. I want to see my children grow up well. ~ Annie Lennox,
2812:Lucky she was, she would reply, with no children to break her back, no husband to break her heart. ~ Yiyun Li,
2813:Marry...into a family that will enable your children to feel proud of both sides of the house. ~ Robert E Lee,
2814:May my children follow their own intuition to discover true empowerment - in the answers they seek. ~ Eleesha,
2815:Most children's first words are 'Mama' or 'Daddy.' Mine were, 'Do I have to use my own money?' ~ Erma Bombeck,
2816:Motherhood. It was hard to get lost in anything else completely when children were 3 years old. ~ Danzy Senna,
2817:My father-in-law is so sensitive. Sometimes I think he displays too much love for my children. ~ Columba Bush,
2818:Neither of my parents would ever stand in the way of any of their children speaking their minds. ~ Ron Reagan,
2819:Our children are the only people on whom we can safely take revenge for what was done to us. ~ Gloria Steinem,
2820:Our children, when young, are part of ourselves. When they grow up they are just other people. ~ Barbara Vine,
2821:Over 90 percent of parents in Puerto Rico want their children to be totally fluent in English. ~ Luis Fortuno,
2822:People turn their eyes and ears to him (the sage), and the sage cares for them like his own children. ~ Laozi,
2823:Plenty of clever children have to pretend to be not clever or else they get bullied by the thick. ~ Tom Baker,
2824:Prepare your minds for action; be self-controlled;...As obedient children, do not conform to the ~ Beth Moore,
2825:Remember that children, marriages, and flower gardens reflect the kind of care they get. ~ H Jackson Brown Jr,
2826:She had loved them all, her children. Loved each one the best, but for different reasons. ~ Rosamunde Pilcher,
2827:So many of Nahadoth’s children were like her, just a little mad but beautiful in their madness. ~ N K Jemisin,
2828:The most interesting information comes from children, for they tell all they know and then stop. ~ Mark Twain,
2829:The reasonableness of the command to obey parents is clear to children, even when quite young. ~ Noah Webster,
2830:There is no end to the violations committed by children on children, quietly talking alone. ~ Elizabeth Bowen,
2831:The seventies was a time when a lot of people didn't tell their children they were adopted. ~ Anika Noni Rose,
2832:The value of marriage is not that adults produce children, but that children produce adults. ~ Peter De Vries,
2833:The worst thing that can be done to children is to drain their energy while correcting them. ~ James Redfield,
2834:This place isn’t for real mountain climbers. It’s for old men and children.” Henry ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
2835:Times are bad. Children no longer obey their parents, and everyone is writing a book. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero,
2836:Time, time - that is our greatest master! Alas, like Ugolino, time devours its own children. ~ Hector Berlioz,
2837:Treatment of Traumatized Children and Teens: The Trauma Systems Therapy Approach. New ~ Bessel A van der Kolk,
2838:Two children—one male, one female—to each family unit. It was written very clearly in the rules. ~ Lois Lowry,
2839:We do not turn from our false gods to become God's children. We turn from them because we are. ~ Kelly Minter,
2840:Well? Children sometimes steal. Beat them a little, and they stop stealing. Basic education ~ Terry Pratchett,
2841:You have got to keep autistic children engaged with the world. You cannot let them tune out. ~ Temple Grandin,
2842:All God's children are not beautiful. Most of God's children are, in fact, barely presentable. ~ Fran Lebowitz,
2843:And why does this same God tell me how to raise my children when he had to drown his? ~ Robert Green Ingersoll,
2844:Animals, children, and the working class comprise the company in which I'll feel most at ease. ~ Russell Brand,
2845:Any woman who does not give birth to as many children as she is capable is guilty of murder. ~ Saint Augustine,
2846:A segregated school system produces children who, when they graduate, they do with crippled minds. ~ Malcolm X,
2847:children all received their bicycles at Nine; they were not allowed to ride bicycles before then. ~ Lois Lowry,
2848:Children are the only brave philosophers. And brave philosophers are, inevitably, children. ~ Yevgeny Zamyatin,
2849:Children come to us more highly evolved than adults to teach us the lessons we need to learn. ~ Robin S Sharma,
2850:Children have an easier ability to tap into the surreal than adults do, in a funny kind of way. ~ Julie Taymor,
2851:Children love to be alone because alone is where they know themselves and where they dream. ~ Roger Rosenblatt,
2852:children of professionals hear 32m more words by the age of four than those of parents on welfare. ~ Anonymous,
2853:Education begins by teaching children to read and ends by making most of them hate reading. ~ Holbrook Jackson,
2854:faithful death that never forgets in the press of work the most insignificant of its children. ~ Joseph Conrad,
2855:Fiction becomes a place where I face certain fears such as losing language or losing my children. ~ Ben Marcus,
2856:Girl children are not safe in a world where there are men. They need to learn to be strong. There ~ Roxane Gay,
2857:God’s not in the business of pampering His children. He’s in the business of perfecting them. ~ Katie Ganshert,
2858:I and the public know What all schoolchildren learn, Those to whom evil is done Do evil in return. ~ W H Auden,
2859:I believe the government should ensure all children are provided with a good education. ~ Jacqueline Novogratz,
2860:If my books can help children become readers then I feel I have accomplished something important. ~ Roald Dahl,
2861:If we are worried about the future, then we must look today at the upbringing of children. ~ Gordon B Hinckley,
2862:I had my children after eight years of marriage. It was a dream come true. I still pinch myself. ~ Nita Ambani,
2863:I have a theory that children remember two things-when you weren't there and when they threw up. ~ Nora Ephron,
2864:I married your mother because I wanted children, imagine my disappointment when you came along. ~ Groucho Marx,
2865:I'm sure it's innate, it's just biology, for a man to want a woman who can give him children. ~ Liane Moriarty,
2866:In the moment, you were often too tired to enjoy watching your children turn into people. ~ Meg Mitchell Moore,
2867:In the second Boer war 26,000 Boer women and children perished in British concentration camps. ~ Thomas Sowell,
2868:I prefer peace, but if trouble must come, let it be in my time that my children may know peace. ~ Thomas Paine,
2869:I think one of the most important things I can give my children is the right to be themselves. ~ Samantha Bond,
2870:It was what you wanted to hear, wasn't it, from you children? That they knew they were oved? ~ Cassandra Clare,
2871:I wanted to spend all my time writing poetry. But when I had children I couldn't do that anymore. ~ Robert Bly,
2872:Mothers sometimes are overly possessive, but not all children allow themselves to be possessed. ~ Robert Bloch,
2873:Mr McGregor’s a nasty piece of work, isn’t he? Quite the Darth Vader of children’s literature. ~ Jasper Fforde,
2874:My children are most important to me. I'm a mother and I adore my children. I live for them. ~ Camille Grammer,
2875:My mum has never wanted me to have children. She thinks I would be destroying my life, even now. ~ Tracey Emin,
2876:My wife and children seem to like me quite a bit, and as long as that is true, I'm really OK. ~ Brian Williams,
2877:On an altar of prejudice we crucify our own, yet the blood of all children is the color of God. ~ Don Williams,
2878:Our children and grandchildren are not merely statistics towards which we can be indifferent. ~ John F Kennedy,
2879:Our children are our sequels. Our parents are our prequels. All living beings are our equals. ~ Ashok K Banker,
2880:Our children will grow up confused, not respecting the Bible or anything else that is sacred. ~ Charles Wesley,
2881:Our way of life is at stake, our grandchildren are at stake, the future of civilization is at stake. ~ Al Gore,
2882:Pretty much all the honest truth-telling there is in the world is done by children. ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr,
2883:Raising children is an uncertain thing; success is reached only after a life of battle and worry. ~ Democritus,
2884:Redheads are said to be children of the moon, thwarted by the sun and addicted to sex and sugar. ~ Tom Robbins,
2885:She would never understand children. Didn’t they understand that naps were a gift from God? ~ Kirsten Osbourne,
2886:The island children did not look at the Aldens. In fact, they looked the other way. ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
2887:The most important thing that parents can teach their children is how to get along without them. ~ Frank Clark,
2888:There are only two lasting bequests we can give our children—one is roots, and the other, wings. ~ Emily March,
2889:The world's tragedy is that men love women, women love children, and children love hamsters. ~ Joanna Trollope,
2890:This religion taught its children what men had managed to know only at their most enlightened. ~ Blaise Pascal,
2891:This, you see, is the true danger of children: they are ambushes, each and every one of them. ~ Seanan McGuire,
2892:To talk to his children about God, a person needs to first talk to God with the impossible. ~ Edwin Louis Cole,
2893:We are no longer inheriting the Earth from our parents, we are stealing it from our children. ~ David R Brower,
2894:Well, I've got two small children and this is a very important time for me to be around them. ~ Treat Williams,
2895:We need to make a world in which fewer children are born, and in which we take better care of them. ~ Max Born,
2896:Were all men separated from their children and wives by an invisible ribbon of cluelessness? ~ Gary Shteyngart,
2897:Whenever my children complain about the planet to me, I say 'Shut up, I just got here myself'. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
2898:Who is not attracted by bright and pleasant children, to prattle, to creep, and to play with them? ~ Epictetus,
2899:Wisdom loves the children of men, but she prefers those who come through foolishness to wisdom. ~ Paul Tillich,
2900:Wolfgang was the youngest of seven children, but only he and one sister made it past infancy. ~ Hourly History,
2901:Your children are going to struggle, but you have the power to decide how much they suffer. ~ Corinne Michaels,
2902:After a divorce, men's biggest fear is, typically, losing their children (women's is poverty). ~ Warren Farrell,
2903:All children alarm their parents, if only because you are forever expecting to encounter yourself. ~ Gore Vidal,
2904:Are you afraid of hell? He has barred it against the entrance of any of His children; ~ Charles Haddon Spurgeon,
2905:A suburban mother's role is to deliver children obstetric-ally once, and by car forever after. ~ Peter De Vries,
2906:As women, we're probably more protective of children. Also, we've been minors all of our history ~ Kate Millett,
2907:Boredom is the specter that haunts children from kindergarten to graduation on every continent. ~ Amanda Ripley,
2908:Both my study of Scripture and my career in entertaining children have taught me to cherish them. ~ Walt Disney,
2909:But children are pragmatic, they come alive and kicking out of a whole lot worse than orphanhood. ~ Tana French,
2910:By sports like these are all their cares beguil'd; The sports of children satisfy the child. ~ Oliver Goldsmith,
2911:Children are arrows in a quiver, and they are to be trained as missionaries and shot at the Devil. ~ Jim Elliot,
2912:Children don't make judgments about which details are important... a child captures them all. ~ Rohinton Mistry,
2913:Children, we should simplify our life's needs and use the resulting savings for charity. ~ Mata Amritanandamayi,
2914:Children who remember their past lives offer the most compelling evidence yet for reincarnation. ~ Carol Bowman,
2915:Churches all over the country have decided they love their traditions more than their children. ~ Erwin McManus,
2916:Dear Iranian nation, your children have placed the first indigenous satellite into orbit. ~ Mahmoud Ahmadinejad,
2917:Emilie Buchwald quotes



Children are made readers on the laps of their parents. ~ Emilie Buchwald,
2918:Every penny from Gossip Girl, my pension, my stocks has been spent fighting for my children. ~ Kelly Rutherford,
2919:France must be an example to the world in the quality of its food, starting with its children. ~ Bruno Le Maire,
2920:God of Truth and Justice can never create distinctions of high and low among His own children. ~ Mahatma Gandhi,
2921:I dish the dirt out and I can take it. But why should my mother and children have to take it? ~ Jeremy Clarkson,
2922:If life was really a journey, then children had to be the center of the wheel that moved it. ~ Ann Howard Creel,
2923:If you don't believe in the innate unreasonableness of human beings, just try raising children. ~ Thomas Sowell,
2924:I have a beautiful wife and two beautiful children, and every day I am paid to do what I love. ~ Treat Williams,
2925:I have four children, and I want them to grow up in a country that has a working First Amendment. ~ Frank Zappa,
2926:I have great respect for children. And I have great respect for their ability as writers. ~ Patricia MacLachlan,
2927:I have the best husband a wife could possibly have. He's the best father my children could have. ~ Vera Farmiga,
2928:I just hope I will be as good a mom to my child and, hopefully, children as my mom was to me. ~ Chelsea Clinton,
2929:I'll probably never have children because I don't believe in touching people for any reason. ~ Paula Poundstone,
2930:I'll tell you a secret. A lot of times, parents are not the best at seeing their children clearly. ~ Celeste Ng,
2931:I love children, especially when they cry, for then someone takes them away."
Nancy Mitford ~ Nancy Mitford,
2932:I'm the youngest of six children; both of my sisters are housewives and they each have four kids. ~ Roma Downey,
2933:In a given year, 640,000 children, most of them poor, will spend at least some time in foster care. ~ J D Vance,
2934:I think we really have to ask ourselves, are we really using to children to promote ourselves? ~ Nancy Jo Sales,
2935:I thought Black Friday was when everyone puts on blackface and steals children from Wal-Mart. ~ Stephen Colbert,
2936:It’s hard to believe that, not so many years ago, orphaned children were little more than chatte ~ Lisa Wingate,
2937:I've always kind of lived my life to be as much as possible a positive role model for children. ~ Corey Feldman,
2938:I've found what makes children happy doesn't always prepare them to be courageous, engaged adults. ~ Bren Brown,
2939:I want my children to have all the things I couldn't afford. Then I want to move in with them. ~ Phyllis Diller,
2940:I want my children to have all the things I couldn’t afford. Then I want to move in with them. ~ Phyllis Diller,
2941:I want to make sure I remember what real ugly is. I might want to tell my grandchildren someday. ~ Stephen King,
2942:LEFT LEFT LEFT a wife and SEVenteen children in STARVing condition with NOTHing but gingerbread ~ Henry Kuttner,
2943:Mothers are fonder than fathers of their children because they are more certain they are their own. ~ Aristotle,
2944:Mothers are fonder than fathers of their children because they are more certain they are therir own ~ Aristotle,
2945:Mothers are fonder than fathers of their children, because they’re more certain they are their own. ~ Greg Iles,
2946:Mr. McGregor's a nasty piece of work, isn't he? Quite the Darth Vader of children's literature. ~ Jasper Fforde,
2947:My goal was to have one husband and seven children, but it turned out to be the other way around. ~ Lana Turner,
2948:My mother raised three children on her own and my dad was a doctor working 16 hours a day. ~ Christopher Meloni,
2949:Night runs with its children, Sleep and Death, with its twins, the true dream and the false one. ~ Joy Williams,
2950:Normal children often pass through stages of passionate cruelty, laziness, lying and thievery. ~ G Stanley Hall,
2951:On the opposite side of the street, children gather around a blind man who sells colourful balloons. ~ B o Ninh,
2952:[On the press:] I love working with children, and I have learned to be very patient with them. ~ Princess Diana,
2953:Our children begin by loving us; as they grow up they judge us; sometimes they forgive us. ~ Mary Higgins Clark,
2954:Parents must refuse to cooperate with any psychological evaluation of their children in school. ~ Peter Breggin,
2955:Parents should leave books lying around marked "forbidden" if they want their children to read. ~ Doris Lessing,
2956:Partly because teenagers are still half children, and many children are just intrinsically cruel. ~ Paul Graham,
2957:She had so many freckles that Erskine wondered if she might have stolen some from other children. ~ Ned Beauman,
2958:She is my wife—because ever since they were children she was like the sky to him, forever around. ~ Mitch Albom,
2959:since I had been in very good terms with Anne, that most parents don’t know really their children. ~ John Green,
2960:some point as adults we cease to be our parents’ children and we become our children’s parents ~ William Landay,
2961:The children either become like their parents or else they flee in the opposite direction. ~ Elizabeth Chadwick,
2962:The issue I have always felt most strongly about is hunger in America, in particular the children. ~ Sandra Lee,
2963:The only reason that they say, 'Women and children first' is to test the strength of the lifeboats. ~ Jean Kerr,
2964:The PS3 will instill discipline in our children and adults alike. Everyone will know discipline. ~ Ken Kutaragi,
2965:There is one thing sadder than to see one's children die; it is to see them leading an evil life. ~ Victor Hugo,
2966:There is scarcely one figure in the entire Hebrew scripture we would want our children to emulate. ~ Harvey Cox,
2967:The ultimate test of a moral society is the kind of world that it leaves to its children. ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer,
2968:The war is against children, and all the other wars are just a shadow of the war on children. ~ Stefan Molyneux,
2969:The world's forests are a shared stolen treasure that we must put back for our children's future ~ Desmond Tutu,
2970:They say the only people who tell the truth are drunkards and children. Guess which one I am. ~ Stephen Colbert,
2971:Traumatized children have fifty times the rate of asthma as their nontraumatized peers. ~ Bessel A van der Kolk,
2972:We and the world, my children, will always be at war.
Retreat is impossible.
Arm yourselves. ~ Leif Enger,
2973:We articulate our fears, like children in the dark, giving them names in order to tame them. ~ Patricia Duncker,
2974:We created a way of raising standards of living that we can't possibly pass on to our children. ~ Joseph J Romm,
2975:We really need to get over this love affair with the fetus and start worrying about children. ~ Joycelyn Elders,
2976:We tell children what they should do when they grow up so we can impress the people next door. ~ Robin S Sharma,
2977:What dogs? These are my children, little people with fur who make my heart open a little wider. ~ Oprah Winfrey,
2978:What shall I give my children? who are poor, / Who are adjudged the leastwise of the land... ~ Gwendolyn Brooks,
2979:when children loved you, you knew everything, and when they were angry with you, you knew nothing? ~ Donna Leon,
2980:When God calls his children home, there’s no death, no sting. There’s only new life. Resurrection. ~ Ted Dekker,
2981:When I meet a man I ask myself, 'Is this the man I want my children to spend their weekends with? ~ Rita Rudner,
2982:A lot of my work is with children and there's a reason for that, because they really level you. ~ Robert Carlyle,
2983:A mother's ability to provide for her children is not always tied to income, but rather to education. ~ Cat Cora,
2984:An altruist is one who would be sincerely sorry to see his neighbor's children devoured by wolves. ~ H L Mencken,
2985:Anthropologists say that in every culture in history, children have played the game hide and seek. ~ Rob Brezsny,
2986:As an actor timing is important, especially as a mother with small children, so a lot is chance. ~ Nicole Kidman,
2987:A Sunday school is a prison in which children do penance for the evil conscience of their parents. ~ H L Mencken,
2988:A two sentence horror story: A man approached me and said he was my son. I never had any children. ~ Maura Stone,
2989:Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD, the fruit of the womb is a reward. PSALM 127:3 ~ Stormie Omartian,
2990:By trying to make things easier for their children, parents can make things much harder for them. ~ Mardy Grothe,
2991:Children come from love.” “They come from Hashem’s commandment. He said to produce and multiply. ~ Eishes Chayil,
2992:Children understand and remember concepts best when they learn from direct personal experience. ~ Joseph Cornell,
2993:Children understand intuitively that the world they have been born into is not a blessed world. ~ Hayao Miyazaki,
2994:Come children, let us shut up the box and the puppets, for our play is played out. ~ William Makepeace Thackeray,
2995:Don't ever have children, Tyler, unless you're ready to be afraid everyday for the rest of your life. ~ Joe Hill,
2996:Empaths who feel like old souls that have lived for many lifetimes are known as Indigo Children. ~ Aletheia Luna,
2997:Every family is a "normal" family- no matter whether it has one parent, two, or no children at all. ~ Shere Hite,
2998:Every one of our children will be brought into the ark, if we pray and work earnestly for them. ~ Dwight L Moody,
2999:Everything has gotten vulgar and out of line for children to watch. It's more of a swearing match. ~ Bubba Smith,
3000:From biscuit to brides, if there is anything their children really want, parents have a problem. ~ Chetan Bhagat,
3001:He brought toys to the children because they were little and helpless, and because he loved them. ~ L Frank Baum,
3002:History is a mirror and we’re all just older versions of ourselves; children disguised as adults. ~ Alice Feeney,
3003:Honolulu, it's got everything. Sand for the children, sun for the wife, sharks for the wife's mother. ~ Ken Dodd,
3004:How often do we not see children ruined through the virtues, real or supposed, of their parents? ~ Samuel Butler,
3005:How was it possible that men, women, and children are being burned and that the world kept silent? ~ Elie Wiesel,
3006:I didn't go to normal children school. I went to sports school when I was 8. So I studied martial arts. ~ Jet Li,
3007:I don't use the phrase 'I love you' very often, but I say it every time I talk to my children. ~ George Hamilton,
3008:If children had been told that they could not blow their noses, this alone would make adults blush. ~ Karl Kraus,
3009:I have always assumed that vigilance and love would guarantee a decent life for my children, but I ~ David Sheff,
3010:I married the first man I ever kissed. When I tell this to my children, they just about throw up. ~ Barbara Bush,
3011:I'm not good with children," the god confessed. "Or people. Well, any organic life forms, really. ~ Rick Riordan,
3012:I still believe in getting married in churches and baptizing children. I go through those motions. ~ John Irving,
3013:I've found what makes children happy doesn't always prepare them to be courageous, engaged adults. ~ Brene Brown,
3014:Mother is the name for God in the lips and hearts of little children. William Makepeace Thackeray ~ Jen Hatmaker,
3015:... mothers have wept less, bidding farewell to their children. At least, mine certainly did. ~ Jacqueline Carey,
3016:My children ain’t the only thing I love. If I was allowed, I reckon I’d love myself, too. ~ Dolen Perkins Valdez,
3017:My earliest memory is of feeling different. My parents told me that I wasn't like other children. ~ Billy Corgan,
3018:My grandfather would live to see his children become doctors and ministers, accounts and professors. ~ Rand Paul,
3019:My mother was a great bringer-up of children. My memories are of a sense of security and comfort. ~ Graham Swift,
3020:My vision of the future is so exact that if I had children, I should strangle them here and now. ~ Emil M Cioran,
3021:No greater joy* do I have than this: that I should hear that my children go on walking in the truth. ~ Anonymous,
3022:No matter how sophisticated our lives may be we need to think of ourselves as creative children. ~ Julia Cameron,
3023:not exact, but: the two most important questions are; who will teach the children? what they teach them? ~ Plato,
3024:Only in Xanth would parents see a dragon looming over their children and depart with confidence. ~ Piers Anthony,
3025:Our glorification of violence is ripping society apart. I don't want my children exposed to it. ~ William H Macy,
3026:Parents do not own their children. They have no ‘natural right’ to control their education fully. ~ John Goodlad,
3027:People have been marrying and bringing up children for centuries now. Nothing has ever come of it. ~ Celia Green,
3028:Prejudice is taught. If the world were full of only children, it would be a much better place. ~ Michael Jackson,
3029:Remember honey, he's a man, and with men you just have to treat them like the children they are ~ Samantha Towle,
3030:She didn’t care if other children grew up to the Wiggles or Dan Zanes. Hers would adore Sondheim. ~ Maria Semple,
3031:Siblings: children of the same parents, each of whom is perfectly normal until they get together. ~ Sam Levenson,
3032:Simply put, we, the parents, set the precedent for how human relationships are for our children. ~ Rebecca Eanes,
3033:sometimes the very faults of parents produce a tendency to opposite virtues in their children. ~ Maria Edgeworth,
3034:The problem is always being the children’s mommy, or the minister’s wife and never being myself. ~ Betty Friedan,
3035:There are good books which are only for adults. There are no good books which are only for children. ~ W H Auden,
3036:There's no more secure investment in the next generation than your prayers for your children! ~ Elizabeth George,
3037:The time was fast approaching when Earth, like all mothers, must say farewell to her children. ~ Arthur C Clarke,
3038:The way of God's Messenger
is the way of Love.
We are the children of Love.
Love is our Mother. ~ Rumi,
3039:The welfare of our children is our main concern, and their best interests are our first priority. ~ Eddie Murphy,
3040:We are certainly NOT part of nature! We are humans, the children of Adam. We are [T]he aliens. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
3041:We have not inherited this earth from our forefathers; we have borrowed it from our children’. ~ Nani Palkhivala,
3042:We never cease to stand like curious children before the great mystery into which we are born. ~ Albert Einstein,
3043:What you discovered about yourself in raising children wasn't always agreeable or attractive. ~ Jonathan Franzen,
3044:When I see children, I see the face of God. That's why I love them so much. That's what I see. ~ Michael Jackson,
3045:when wealth is your god, weapons are your sacrament, and your own children are your sacrifice— ~ Brian D McLaren,
3046:When your grandchildren ask you what you did during the war, you can say, I made this movie. ~ Viet Thanh Nguyen,
3047:Worrisome. It's romanticism, and it's dangerous to have children and students on the street. ~ Viktor Yanukovych,
3048:Would not do to have children watch dear old Santa hack Krampus and his abominations to death, after all. ~ Brom,
3049:You don't want your children to look at you like you are anything special other than their dad. ~ Martin Freeman,
3050:18 Dear children, let’s not merely say that we love each other; let us show the truth by our actions. ~ Anonymous,
3051:A huge amount still needs to be done. At the moment hundreds of children are still malnourished. ~ Kate Middleton,
3052:Although there were only five children enrolled, every educated child was an asset to the race. ~ Beverly Jenkins,
3053:At four years of age children accept without surprise that which is daily paraded before their eyes ~ Jean Plaidy,
3054:At least the Pilgrim Fathers used to shoot Indians: the Pilgrim Children merely punch time clocks. ~ e e cummings,
3055:Books are the way to stretch out people's souls, and I won't have children with small souls. ~ Jodi Lynn Anderson,
3056:Brethren, do not become children in sense: but in malice be children, and in sense be perfect. ~ Paul the Apostle,
3057:Children contend with parents who are physically close, tantalizingly so, but mentally elsewhere. ~ Sherry Turkle,
3058:Children content with parents who are physically close, tantalizingly so, but mentally elsewhere. ~ Sherry Turkle,
3059:Children ought to watch pornographic movies: it's healthier than learning about sex from Hollywood. ~ Lenny Bruce,
3060:Conduct yourself towards your parents as you would have your children conduct themselves towards you. ~ Isocrates,
3061:Dayne is married to Katy, 39. The couple has three children: Sophie, 6; Egan, 4; and Blaise, 2. ~ Karen Kingsbury,
3062:Discipline is not always internalized and actually can breed resentment among children. ~ Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi,
3063:Each of these kind and hardworking children came to me in a different way, but they are all mine. ~ Laila Ibrahim,
3064:Everyday, everywhere our children spread their dreams beneath our feet and we should tread softly. ~ Ken Robinson,
3065:Everyone can help. We can educate ourselves and our children about other countries and cultures. ~ Angelina Jolie,
3066:For a few years when we were children, I was the taller one, even though I was almost a year younger. ~ Anonymous,
3067:For all the things we say to our children for their own good, very little good ever comes of it. ~ Robin Oliveira,
3068:God, the source of all knowledge, should never have been expelled from our children's classrooms. ~ Ronald Reagan,
3069:Homicide detectives were to medical examiners what four-year-old children were to overworked mothers. ~ Tami Hoag,
3070:How was it possible that men, women, and children were being burned and that the world kept silent? ~ Elie Wiesel,
3071:I am rich and famous. I have a talented and gorgeous husband and two beautiful children. I could go on. ~ Madonna,
3072:I am single and childless, but I have lots of friends and I am an aunt to three lovely children. ~ Kate DiCamillo,
3073:I firmly believe, however, that if your children have never hated you, you have failed as a parent. ~ Bette Davis,
3074:I grew up in a big family with a lot of kids around, and I definitely want to have children as well. ~ Heidi Klum,
3075:I have long felt that the way to keep children out of trouble is to keep them interested in things. ~ Walt Disney,
3076:I'll fight a man with three children and a nice house any day over a man that's living out of a car. ~ Art Briles,
3077:I'm an activist for gay marriage equality and children's rights. I'm the face of Share Our Strength. ~ Sandra Lee,
3078:I never turned children to war," Tool said.
"Only because you fought on the side of wealth, ~ Paolo Bacigalupi,
3079:In memory of our God, our religion, and freedom, and our peace, our wives, and our children. ~ Chris Heimerdinger,
3080:Is adult entertainment killing our children? or is killing our children entertaining our adults? ~ Marilyn Manson,
3081:I try not to be too profane around children or old people. Other than that, that's how I speak. ~ Paula Malcomson,
3082:It's true what people say - that actors are the closest thing there is to children. They play. ~ Nastassja Kinski,
3083:I want to have children, please God, with a woman that I love and that I'm very attracted to. ~ Brandon T Jackson,
3084:Live free, child of the mist—and with respect to knowledge we are all children of the mist. ~ Henry David Thoreau,
3085:Most naughtiness arises because the children are bored and lack a relationship with the teacher. ~ Rudolf Steiner,
3086:My children are the focal point of my life. I was asking for a little more time to spend with them. ~ Hunter Tylo,
3087:My mission is not to make him happy and bear his children and be his wife. My mission is to kill him. ~ Amy Engel,
3088:Often children came in with minor colds or coughs or diarrhea and then suddenly, they were dead. ~ Barbara Demick,
3089:Our children are better served by speaking not of visitation versus custody, but of parent time. ~ Warren Farrell,
3090:Parents rarely let got of their children, so children let go of them. They move on. They move away. ~ Mitch Albom,
3091:Reducing children to a test score is the worst form of identity theft we could commit in schools. ~ Stephen Covey,
3092:Science can have no quarrel with a religion which postulates a God to whom men are His children. ~ Arthur Compton,
3093:Seek the children of demons. Love them as you love your lord. Do not let the children be alone. ~ Cassandra Clare,
3094:She kisses the children goodnight, leaving lipstick on their foreheads and a trail of Chanel No.5. ~ Camilla Gibb,
3095:The children-my own and other people's-became the passion of my personal and professional life. ~ Hillary Clinton,
3096:The children of each generation are taught to want what they are taught they must not have. ~ Robin G Collingwood,
3097:The children of Israel were led by God, not on the shortest route but rather the ordained route. ~ Lysa TerKeurst,
3098:The four children jumped up so quickly that Mr. Alden threw back his head and laughed. ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
3099:There his wife died of a malady of the chest, from which she had long suffered. He had no children. ~ Victor Hugo,
3100:The way of education leads away from home. That is what we learned from our children’s education. ~ Wendell Berry,
3101:Three groups spend other people's money: children, thieves, politicians. All three need supervision. ~ Dick Armey,
3102:Time spent in nature decreases stress and anxiety and improves focus for adults as well as children. ~ Laura Bush,
3103:Water moves forever in a circle; someday, little ones, your grandchildren may even drink your tears ~ Kim Edwards,
3104:We are so busy giving our children what we never had that we forget to give them what we did have. ~ James Dobson,
3105:We can no more create the perfect environment for our children than we can create perfect children. ~ Hanna Rosin,
3106:We must work to reshape the need for our children to want to live so fast even if it means dying too young. ~ T I,
3107:We never cease to stand like curious children before the great mystery into which we were born. ~ Walter Isaacson,
3108:We tell our thoughts, like our children, to put on their hats and coats before they go out. ~ Henry Watson Fowler,
3109:With their hands clasped like children in a fairy tale, she fell asleep beside him in the dark. ~ Cassandra Clare,
3110:Women are responsible for their children, they cannot sit back, waste time and see them starve. ~ Wangari Maathai,
3111:Women play on their beauty as children play with their knives. And they hurt themselves on it, too. ~ Victor Hugo,
3112:Yeah, I treat all my heroines like children now. I pick them up, I cuddle them, I call them baby. ~ Shahrukh Khan,
3113:Your chances of avoiding the nursing home are directly related to the number of children you have, ~ Atul Gawande,
3114:Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life's longing for itself ~ Kahlil Gibran,
3115:You should keep a photograph of Mick Lyons on the mantlepiece to keep children away from the fire ~ Colm O Rourke,
3116:A blue-stocking is the scourge of her husband, children, friends, servants, and every one. ~ Jean Jacques Rousseau,
3117:Adults weren’t supposed to understand their children and you were doing something wrong if they did. ~ Kate Morton,
3118:Among the children of God, it was they who were most able to rightly divide the word of truth. ~ John Nelson Darby,
3119:A mother loves her children unconditionally. However they wrong her, she'll carry on loving them. ~ Alaa Al Aswany,
3120:As a woman, especially when you have children, one gets so good at soldiering on - almost too good. ~ Kate Winslet,
3121:Both my parents were doctors, and my mother had her surgery in the house. There were six children. ~ Diane Cilento,
3122:Children are not just children in Neverland, Wendy Darling. You should know that more than anyone. ~ Colleen Oakes,
3123:Children, as I have said, use back ways and hidden paths, while adults take roads and official paths ~ Neil Gaiman,
3124:Children, like cats, made a house into a home, and the echoes of their presence lingered. ~ Alexander McCall Smith,
3125:Children seldom misquote you. In fact, they usually repeat word for word what you shouldn't have said. ~ Anonymous,
3126:Children should not have treacherous diseases or be afraid. This should be one rule we all agree on. ~ Anne Lamott,
3127:Children want the same things we want.
To laugh, to be challenged, to be entertained, and delighted. ~ Dr Seuss,
3128:Henry Ward Beecher once said, “The dog was created especially for children. He is the god of frolic. ~ Dean Koontz,
3129:I am prouder of my title 'The Children's Friend' than if I were to be called 'The King of the World'. ~ P T Barnum,
3130:I certainly feel that you can be woman and not have children, but I don't think society feels that. ~ Jennifer Fox,
3131:I do not write for children, but for the childlike, whether of five, or fifty, or seventy-five. ~ George MacDonald,
3132:I don't believe in talking down to children. I don't believe in talking down to any certain segment. ~ Walt Disney,
3133:If you ask me, most people have children just as their own enthusiasm about life begins to wane. ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
3134:If your children don't fight, they won't love each other when they get older! It's a common thing. ~ Vince Staples,
3135:If you're a man and you have big tits, don't wear a tight T-shirt, okay? It confuses the children! ~ Dennis Miller,
3136:I love my children beyond all reason. They're my joy, even when they're wild with kid energy. ~ Christopher Meloni,
3137:I mean, when the world comes for your children, with the knives out, it's your job to stand in the way. ~ Joe Hill,
3138:I'm in your business, Trey. I'm so far in your business, your grandchildren will call me partner. ~ Olivia Cunning,
3139:I never hoped that both my children would become actors. I expected them to do something else. ~ Catherine Deneuve,
3140:In the end, it's not what you do for your children but what you've taught them to do for themselves. ~ Ann Landers,
3141:I see the incredulity in my son's eyes and it makes me smile. Our children see us so imperfectly. ~ Kristin Hannah,
3142:Is there anyone dearer than the children of people you love, especially when you don’t have your own? ~ Lisa Unger,
3143:I think that women are afraid to say they don't want children because they're going to get shunned. ~ Cameron Diaz,
3144:It is my greatest wish that the Children’s Fund should continue to be a beacon of hope and light. ~ Nelson Mandela,
3145:It is quite time that our children were taught a little more about their country, for shame's sake. ~ Henry Lawson,
3146:It is said that water is for cattle and farmers, that milk is for children and blood for men. ~ Walter M Miller Jr,
3147:It is so important that you don't stay with someone just for the children and for the wrong reasons. ~ Sadie Frost,
3148:It is vital that when educating our children's brains that we do not neglect to educate their hearts. ~ Dalai Lama,
3149:It must infuriate our children to see us always so much more forbearing with everybody else's. ~ Mignon McLaughlin,
3150:It's interesting to think that my children know more about the process than many mature critics. ~ William Monahan,
3151:I would no more teach children military training than teach them arson, robbery, or assassination. ~ Eugene V Debs,
3152:kids were disappearing and getting murdered back in ’58. The Save Our Children Committee is meeting ~ Stephen King,
3153:Leave it to the Alderaanians to slap a cheery end on a nice little grisly children’s morality tale. ~ Timothy Zahn,
3154:Let me share my loving care upon those who are not my children — yet, willing to see me as their Father. ~ Eleesha,
3155:Live free, child of the mist,- and with respect to knowledge we are allchildren of the mist. ~ Henry David Thoreau,
3156:Look at how great a love the Father has given us, that we should be called God's children. 1 John 3:1 ~ Beth Moore,
3157:Many children are taught to believe in God. I came to believe in the power of systems analysis. ~ Lawrence Summers,
3158:More silence; children's silence, so desperately desired by adults yet eerie when it finally occurs. ~ Zadie Smith,
3159:My case was wrongfully decided and has caused great harm to the women and children of our nation. ~ Norma McCorvey,
3160:My husband and I had five biological children but we also have been raising 23 foster children. ~ Michele Bachmann,
3161:My job is not to show my children that I'm the man, but to show them that Christ is the man. ~ Tullian Tchividjian,
3162:My roles are in some way like children to me. You don't ever really want to scrape one off your shoe. ~ Diane Lane,
3163:My views on birth control are somewhat distorted by the fact that I was seventh of nine children. ~ Robert Kennedy,
3164:Nobody should have children just because it made the photo library on the computer more interesting. ~ Nick Hornby,
3165:No doubt his wife and children were beautiful too, for people usually get what they already possess. ~ E M Forster,
3166:Now that I'm married and have two beautiful children, it really makes me appreciate... being alone. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
3167:Only those who look with the eyes of children can lose themselves in the object of their wonder. ~ Eberhard Arnold,
3168:Particularly at the moment, it's an incredibly optimistic thing to bring children into the world. ~ Cate Blanchett,
3169:People of art should never get married and have children, because it's a selfish experience. ~ Mikhail Baryshnikov,
3170:Serpents are worshipped across India to ensure the fertility of land, as well as for children. ~ Devdutt Pattanaik,
3171:Some children may need a behavioral approach, whereas other children may need a sensory approach. ~ Temple Grandin,
3172:The average American shops six hours a week while spending forty minutes playing with his children. ~ Randy Alcorn,
3173:The children all received their bicycles at Nine; they were not allowed to ride bicycles before then. ~ Lois Lowry,
3174:The children of Israel in the wilderness, led by a cloud by day, and a pillar of fire by night. ~ Thomas Jefferson,
3175:The first thing to understand about working with children's dreams is that adults need to listen up. ~ Robert Moss,
3176:the modern woman asks herself: Is there something wrong with me if my children don't fill up my life? ~ Golda Meir,
3177:The nastiest kind of writer is a ghostwriter, who bears people’s children in their body for money. ~ M F Moonzajer,
3178:There aren't many poster children for cool angst. Everybody thinks it's cool if you're the bad girl. ~ Fiona Apple,
3179:There are so many common occurrences in raising children that people just can't seem to figure out. ~ Andy Andrews,
3180:There's really no point in having children if you're not going to be home enough to father them. ~ Anthony Edwards,
3181:There's something in this country that is so opposed to understanding the complexity of children. ~ Maurice Sendak,
3182:we compromise our career goals to make room for partners and children who may not even exist yet ~ Sheryl Sandberg,
3183:We’re all children of Kubrick, aren’t we? Is there anything you can do that he hasn’t done? ~ Paul Thomas Anderson,
3184:we were never children like your children. We do not understand love songs like your inamorata. ~ Charles Bukowski,
3185:With your own children, you love them immediately - and with grandchildren, it's exactly the same. ~ Kevin Whately,
3186:Your children are going through life with their eyes closed, so YOU'RE the one who has to steer. ~ Jennifer Senior,
3187:actually hosting two hundred laughing, mischievous children on-site was extravagant prestidigitation. ~ Eliot Peper,
3188:Ah, children of the sunlight and the gaslight, how little you know of the world in which you live! ~ Ambrose Bierce,
3189:Among politicians and businessmen, *Pragmatism* is the current term for 'To hell with our children.' ~ Edward Abbey,
3190:And please God, grant me the wisdom to remember that I am writing for children, not golden stickers. ~ Rick Riordan,
3191:A parent asked me today, "How do you get your children to pray in church?" My response? "Pray at home." ~ Mark Hart,
3192:As the father of six children, I know very well the challenges technology poses to our families. ~ Mike Fitzpatrick,
3193:As with all children, the feeling that I was useful was perhaps the greatest joy I experienced. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt,
3194:Be brave, children,” Goldilocks said. “Courage is one thing that no one can ever take away from you. ~ Chris Colfer,
3195:Being able to resolve conflicts peacefully is one of the greatest strengths we can give our children. ~ Fred Rogers,
3196:Being a mother means that your heart is no longer yours; it wanders wherever your children do ~ George Bernard Shaw,
3197:But when tomorrow came, the children had more than bread and milk, as you will soon see. ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
3198:Children and dogs are as necessary to the welfare of the country as Wall Street and the railroads. ~ Harry S Truman,
3199:Children and lunatics cut the Gordian knot which the poet spends his life patiently trying to untie. ~ Jean Cocteau,
3200:Children are easily influenced, and I always want to do things I can be proud to show my kids someday. ~ Faith Hill,
3201:Children are God's Apostles, sent forth, day by day, to preach of love, and hope, and peace. ~ James Russell Lowell,
3202:Children, as I have said, use back ways and hidden paths, while adults take roads and official paths. ~ Neil Gaiman,
3203:Children can be too hard on their parents, until they learn themselves how hard life can be. ~ David Clement Davies,
3204:Children pay little attention to their parents' teachings, but reproduce their characters faithfully ~ Mason Cooley,
3205:Children picking up our bones Will never know that these were once As quick as foxes on the hill. ~ Wallace Stevens,
3206:Children, savages and true believers remember far less what they have seen than what they have heard. ~ Eric Hoffer,
3207:Children, we should always eat our food sitting down. Do not eat standing or walking around. ~ Mata Amritanandamayi,
3208:Do not train children to learning by force and harshness, but direct them to it by what amuses their minds. ~ Plato,
3209:Don’t worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you. ROBERT FULGHUM ~ Tony Dungy,
3210:Encourage & support your kids because "Children are apt to live up to what you believe of them. ~ Lady Bird Johnson,
3211:Even children follow'd with endearing wile, And pluck'd his gown, to share the good man's smile. ~ Oliver Goldsmith,
3212:For what's the point of breeding children, if each generation does not improve on what went before. ~ Hilary Mantel,
3213:Freedom is not the sole prerogative of a chosen few, but the universal right of all God's children. ~ Ronald Reagan,
3214:Give the children love, more love and still more love – and the common sense will come by itself. ~ Astrid Lindgren,
3215:History is a mirror and we’re all just older versions of ourselves; children disguised
as adults. ~ Alice Feeney,
3216:Hot dogs always seem better out than at home; so do French-fried potatoes; so do your children. ~ Mignon McLaughlin,
3217:How, in this country, the wealthiest country in the world, can we allow children to go hungry? ~ Kirsten Gillibrand,
3218:How odd that we always exclaim over children growing, as if in the ordinary run of things they shrink ~ Jude Morgan,
3219:If you let your children have their own way, you must not complain if they give you trouble. ~ Suzanne Woods Fisher,
3220:If you want your children to improve, let them overhear the nice things you say about them to others. ~ Haim Ginott,
3221:I had a reputation for scary smiles that sent children shrieking away. Evil clowns had nothing on me. ~ Ann Charles,
3222:I have a husband and children, and it affects me deeply that somebody could be taken away in a second. ~ Hope Davis,
3223:I'm the worst at favourites! I don't have one - I love all my children, I love them all equally. ~ David Longstreth,
3224:It's no longer enough to teach our children Bible stories; they need doctrine and apologetics. ~ William Lane Craig,
3225:I've had two children and no surgery. My body is the result of good genes and a healthy attitude. ~ Elle Macpherson,
3226:I was mad at my father for taking out his rage on his children, for not teaching us how to be men. ~ Melanie Harlow,
3227:Librarians lend people books from the library. The best librarians are children's book librarians. ~ Richard Scarry,
3228:Literature is mostly about having sex and not much about having children; life's the other way round. ~ David Lodge,
3229:Love the one who wears your ring. And cherish the children who share your name. Succeed at home first. ~ Max Lucado,
3230:No one ever does live happily ever after, but we leave the children to find that out for themselves. ~ Stephen King,
3231:On GOP Tax Cuts: They'll take food out of the mouths of children to give tax cuts to the wealthiest. ~ Nancy Pelosi,
3232:Our fathers and ourselves sowed dragon's teeth. Our children know and suffer the armed men. ~ Stephen Vincent Benet,
3233:Raising children changes everything. It's a complete cliché to say that, but it's really true. ~ Christopher Gorham,
3234:Schoolchildren are merciless people: separately they’re God’s angels, but together, especially ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky,
3235:Some teachers just have a knack for working with autistic children. Other teachers do not have it. ~ Temple Grandin,
3236:The change starts within each one of us. And ends only when all children are free to be children ~ Craig Kielburger,
3237:The deeds of the children are a testament to the upbringing they received from their parents. ~ Christopher Paolini,
3238:The films I've made for children have been my hardest work, my best, because kids deserve the best. ~ Emma Thompson,
3239:There are good books which are only for adults.
There are no good books which are only for children. ~ W H Auden,
3240:There are lives I can imagine without children but none of them have the same laughter & noise. ~ Brian Andreas,
3241:There are no illegitimate children, only illegitimate parents-if the term is to be used at all. ~ Bernadette Devlin,
3242:There is no evidence against genetic determinism more persuasive than the children of the rich. ~ Jeffrey Eugenides,
3243:The three things you can offer your children to change them: attention, appreciation and affection. ~ Deepak Chopra,
3244:The true advantage children have over adults is that they are naturally less afraid to make mistakes. ~ Benny Lewis,
3245:The useful type of successful teacher is one whose main interest is the children, not the subject. ~ Walter Raleigh,
3246:The world we inhabit is one where children feel sorrow long before they have the words to express it. ~ Russ Ramsey,
3247:Today’s schoolchildren and college students can imagine little else but the search for a lucrative job. ~ Tony Judt,
3248:Villains don't have friends, and neither do their children. Not when you get right down to it. ~ Melissa de la Cruz,
3249:We adults, our policies, our ways of governance, are responsible for poverty, not the children. ~ Kailash Satyarthi,
3250:We are the middle children of history. Born too late to explore earth, born too early to explore space. ~ Anonymous,
3251:We cannot protect our children from life. Therefore, it is essential that we prepare them for it. ~ Rudolf Dreikurs,
3252:We protect aspirin bottles in this country better than we protect guns from accidents by children. ~ Gloria Estefan,
3253:Who am I, that I should go unto Pharaoh, and that I should bring forth the children of Israel out of Egypt? ~ Moses,
3254:With sensitive children, physical blows or traumas aren't required to make them afraid of the dark. ~ Elaine N Aron,
3255:Women who bear children before they establish serious habits of work, may never establish them at all. ~ Erica Jong,
3256:You are like fireworks. You go out into your children, your friends, your society, and the whole world. ~ Nhat Hanh,
3257:You call your child by the names of all your other children and finally the dog before you get to his. ~ Sara Gruen,
3258:A children's story that can only be enjoyed by children is not a good children's story in the slightest. ~ C S Lewis,
3259:Actually, I have my own charity that I started that helps supplement families with terminal children. ~ Brad Garrett,
3260:after the initial pain of releasing our children there comes joy and peace, both for them and us. ~ Stormie Omartian,
3261:All people on the planet are children, except for a very few. No one is grown up except those free of desire. ~ Rumi,
3262:And these were the happy moments of her life now, when the children included the father in her heart. ~ D H Lawrence,
3263:Anyone who has brought up children knows that consistency has absolutely nothing to do with discipline. ~ Bill Cosby,
3264:A woman always has her children, but a man is what he does. Where's the meaning in a life like that? ~ John R Powers,
3265:because children should have the chance to be loved by those who love them—always and no matter what. ~ Kim Harrison,
3266:Being considerate of others will take your children further in life than any college degree. ~ Marian Wright Edelman,
3267:Children are natural mimics who act like their parents despite every effort to teach them good manners. ~ Mark Twain,
3268:Children are so innocent and full of life. They have no expectations, no misgivings and thus, no frustration. ~ Zane,
3269:Children consider disliking their parents natural, but if the dislike is returned, they are outraged. ~ Mason Cooley,
3270:Don't you think it's time we thought about the future? Whether our children are gonna be winners or losers ~ KRS One,
3271:Even in a war, someone has to take care of daily life. Someone has to feed and clothe the children. ~ Asne Seierstad,
3272:Fathers don’t ask their children’s permission to marry. In any case, I’m sure they’ll be delighted. ~ Jeffrey Archer,
3273:Fog loves to cover; wind loves to disperse! Children of nature love having fun with each other! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan,
3274:For children are innocent and love justice, while most of us are wicked and naturally prefer mercy. ~ G K Chesterton,
3275:For their lives, for their children's lives, they will give up what little freedom they had left. ~ Victoria Aveyard,
3276:Free education for all children in public schools... Combination of education with industrial production ~ Karl Marx,
3277:Heather Graham was raising children while making the time to write what has now become 100 novels. ~ Scott Nicholson,
3278:How do you write for children? I really have never figured that out. So I decided to just ignore it ~ Maurice Sendak,
3279:If we give our children sound self-love, they will be able to deal with whatever life puts before them. ~ Bell Hooks,
3280:If we give our children sound self-love, they will be able to deal with whatever life puts before them. ~ bell hooks,
3281:If you treat them like children, then get ready for your company to turn into one big Barney episode. ~ Ben Horowitz,
3282:I got kind of burned out, so I moved to Florida. I was down there for 10 or 12 years, raising children. ~ Lee Majors,
3283:I managed to slip two children out in the middle of my career and have been lucky with all the work. ~ Samantha Bond,
3284:I'm blessed with health and energy and passion for the game of baseball, and also to help children. ~ Carlos Delgado,
3285:I mean, there needs to be a wholesale effort against racial profiling, which is illiterate children. ~ George W Bush,
3286:In captivity, all the orcas are ‘feral’ children—they had no adult orcas to socialize them properly. ~ John Hargrove,
3287:I never thought I was a great mom. I always worked. I fell in love with my children as they got older. ~ Marla Gibbs,
3288:In spite of what youngsters think, parents do not get a sneaky thrill out of punishing their children. ~ Eoin Colfer,
3289:In their 30s women really start to live... they're not children anymore, and they're not just mothers. ~ Kelly Lynch,
3290:In the villages children had to bring a quota of their own excrement to school for use as fertilizer. ~ Hyeonseo Lee,
3291:Ironically, to my children, bedtime is a punishment that violates their basic rights as human beings. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
3292:I think women, perhaps unconsciously, convey to female children a deep sense of their own discontent. ~ Iris Murdoch,
3293:It is not beyond our power to create a world in which all children have access to a good education. ~ Nelson Mandela,
3294:It puts limits on criminals' rights to destroy unborn children without the permission of the woman. ~ Lindsey Graham,
3295:It was tough being a single mom. It was tough being in a divorce with children. Very, very hard. ~ Melissa Etheridge,
3296:I was born in Philadelphia and currently live in Minneapolis. I write for both children and adults. ~ Kate DiCamillo,
3297:I was like one of those nauseatingly nice children. I was very, very well behaved and boring. ~ Helena Bonham Carter,
3298:I was surprised to find that developmental psychologists didn’t yet know how children made friends. ~ John M Gottman,
3299:Lucky is the man who has been successful with his children and not got ones who are notorious disasters. ~ Euripides,
3300:Marry for love, stay married, and raise happy children who are quick to laugh and slow to judge. ~ Christopher Moore,
3301:My last son is leaving to go to college; my grandchildren are being born. My mother is living with me. ~ Sally Field,
3302:My poor mother,” Douglass wrote, “like many other slave women, had many children, but NO FAMILY!”21 ~ David W Blight,
3303:My unhealthy affection for my second daughter has waned. Now I despise all my seven children equally. ~ Evelyn Waugh,
3304:Never worry about a book corrupting a child. Worry if your children are not getting ideas from books. ~ Richard Peck,
3305:Number of children fathered got little enough to do with being a good daddy.’ - Louisa Mae Cardinal ~ David Baldacci,
3306:Of children as of procreation -- the pleasure momentary, the posture ridiculous, the expense damnable ~ Evelyn Waugh,
3307:One of the problems we have is children are not in school long enough in the day and during the year. ~ Michael Gove,
3308:Ordinary adults don't like children to speak of things that are denied them by their own gray minds. ~ Jasper Fforde,
3309:Overbearing mothers usually give way to one of two things in their children: rebellion or passivity. ~ Tarryn Fisher,
3310:People, even children, aren't really afraid of change. They're afraid of not being prepared for change. ~ Paul Smith,
3311:Remember there is no way you can give the father custody of the children without getting a divorce. ~ Phyllis Diller,
3312:Respect!’’ cried Mother’s voice. ‘‘Children owe respect to their parents! We don’t have to earn it! ~ Lensey Namioka,
3313:Shelter Network's programs and services are a rainbow in the clouds for homeless children and adults. ~ Maya Angelou,
3314:Since the world is ending,” Peter quoted from behind us, “why not let the children touch the paintings? ~ Ben Lerner,
3315:So if you can manage it, you shouldn't touch your partner, except for the sake of having children. ~ Saint Augustine,
3316:That was something no one ever told you. That you would have to get to know your own children. ~ J Courtney Sullivan,
3317:The authority of God made all of creation. But it was the affection of God that made all His children. ~ Ann Voskamp,
3318:The boat that Ammu would use to cross the river. To love by night the man her children loved by day. ~ Arundhati Roy,
3319:The children break all my jewelry, so everything I wear is cheap - from Topshop or Dorothy Perkins. ~ Sally Phillips,
3320:The Chinese ate soy as a protein source only when they were starving— when they also ate their children. ~ Anonymous,
3321:The ease. Us, the children… I never realized how easily people could be trained to accept slavery ~ Octavia E Butler,
3322:The English have no respect for their language, and will not teach their children to speak it. ~ George Bernard Shaw,
3323:The God of the Christians is a father who makes much of his apples, and very little of his children. ~ Denis Diderot,
3324:The most incredible thing about being a parent is seeing your own personality come out in your children. ~ Anonymous,
3325:The only persons who seem to have nothing to do with the education of the children are the parents. ~ G K Chesterton,
3326:There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children. ~ Nelson Mandela,
3327:The times I spent with my children in nature are among my most meaningful memories-and I hope theirs. ~ Richard Louv,
3328:The use of the atomic bomb, with its indiscriminate killing of women and children, revolts my soul. ~ Herbert Hoover,
3329:... the worst possible heritage to leave with children: high spiritual pretensions and low performance. ~ D A Carson,
3330:To me, birth control and abortion are genocide.I say, make room for children, don't do away with them. ~ Dorothy Day,
3331:War's always the same! Children starve, women suffer, men lose their fortunes or turn into beasts! ~ Kenneth Roberts,
3332:We are all dreamers creating the next world, the next beautiful world for ourselves and for our children. ~ Yoko Ono,
3333:We need to think of the future and the planet we are going to leave to our children and their children. ~ Kofi Annan,
3334:We never cease to stand like curious children before the great mystery into which we were born.”23 ~ Walter Isaacson,
3335:We still counted happiness and health and love and luck and beautiful children as "ordinary blessings. ~ Joan Didion,
3336:We want our children to fit in and to stand out. We rarely address the conflict between these goals. ~ Ellen Goodman,
3337:What do children know? They know who they are, she said, in ways we can’t know and they can’t tell us. ~ Don DeLillo,
3338:What was the function of poetry if not to improve the petty, cautious minds of evasive children? ~ Bharati Mukherjee,
3339:What we are teaches the child more than what we say, so we must be what we want our children to become. ~ Bren Brown,
3340:When children are ready to talk, that is the time for parents to listen, regardless of the hour. ~ Delbert L Stapley,
3341:Whenever one of my children says, 'Goodnight, Daddy,' I always think to myself, 'You don't mean that. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
3342:While the will to love is present in very young children, they still need guidance in the ways of love. ~ bell hooks,
3343:William Shakespeare called dreams the ‘children of an idle brain, begot of nothing but vain fantasy. ~ Camron Wright,
3344:With children like this having children of their own, it was no wonder the world was full of children. ~ Y ko Tawada,
3345:You have to be mentally strong to withstand the ridicule of other children and the stares of adults. ~ Franck Ribery,
3346:Abused And neglected children have paid the price for liberalism's tendency to sentimentalize the poor. ~ Mona Charen,
3347:A defense based on the weakness of nature belongs to untutored children and dogs that bite, Captain. ~ Steven Erikson,
3348:All children... feel a demonic sympathy with those things that cause disorder in the grown-up world. ~ Thomas M Disch,
3349:A maid’s love for her own children often forces her to pretend to love her employer’s children. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
3350:Assaults against women and children are assaults against any potential positive future for the world. ~ Bryant McGill,
3351:Because I see my own boys growing, and I see other children growing and I just have such a connection. ~ Sam Trammell,
3352:Better to have a messy home and happy children than a perfect yard and unhappy children ~ Catharina Ingelman Sundberg,
3353:Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.” —Matthew 5:9 ~ Bathroom Readers Institute,
3354:Both parents' rights must be in balance so children can grow up with a balance between both parents. ~ Warren Farrell,
3355:But neither does He permit them not to bear it. Therefore He asks His children to bear the unbearable. ~ Tim Johnston,
3356:But that’s the point. We wouldn’t even have wars if adults followed the rules they learned as children. ~ Cat Winters,
3357:But the lie had already buried itself inside of Scarlett, as lies that children are told often do. ~ Stephanie Garber,
3358:Children are a quality of life ... when our children are happy, then we are better as human beings. ~ Whoopi Goldberg,
3359:Children are the most desirable opponents at scrabble as they are both easy to beat and fun to cheat. ~ Fran Lebowitz,
3360:Children born to unwed mothers,’ he said after a long silence, ‘have parts of their souls missing. ~ Bernard Cornwell,
3361:Children couldn't appreciate the gift of that life until they'd grown past the point of enjoying it. ~ Karpov Kinrade,
3362:Children should be taught to question everything . . . everything they read and everything they hear. ~ George Carlin,
3363:Children who use the Internet are much better informed than when I was young. Use this to your advantage. ~ Miep Gies,
3364:Children with Hyacinth's temperament don't know better as they grow older; they merely know more. ~ Hector Hugh Munro,
3365:Divide and rule. It wasn’t just the British toward the Indians but all parents toward their children. ~ Karan Mahajan,
3366:Donald Trump has stated that his three older children will manage his business once he enters office. ~ Rachel Martin,
3367:Do you expect, forsooth, that a mother will hand down to her children principles which differ from her own? ~ Juvenal,
3368:Every elected official on this planet should understand - don't play with our children, don't do it. ~ Michelle Obama,
3369:First love is very sweet, but we always lose them, due they come when we are stupid immature children ~ M F Moonzajer,
3370:I discovered that if you find the language to talk to younger readers, children can accept anything. ~ Salman Rushdie,
3371:If children grew up according to early indications, we should have nothing but geniuses. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
3372:If I raised my hand to wipe the hair out of my children's eyes, they'd flinch and call their attorney. ~ Erma Bombeck,
3373:If you have donated, these children may never know your name, but they will never forget your kindness. ~ Roma Downey,
3374:I get on fine with my mum and dad, but if they want to see the grandchildren, they come to me. ~ Aaron Taylor Johnson,
3375:I have always loved books, and as a mother, I wanted to share my passion for reading with my children. ~ Aerin Lauder,
3376:I have two children. I have a Down syndrome child whom I love very much, and my wife that I love. ~ Sebastiao Salgado,
3377:I love my kids as individuals, not as a herd, and I do have a herd of children: I have seven kids. ~ Steven Spielberg,
3378:In the great glasshouses streaming with condensation, the children in mourning-dress beheld marvels. ~ Arthur Rimbaud,
3379:I think people say you shouldn't work with children or animals, but you must only work with children. ~ Emma Thompson,
3380:I think whether you've got children or not you're just more aware of others as you get out of your 20s. ~ Naomi Watts,
3381:It is my deepest conviction that the children should be seen and heard as our most treasured assets. ~ Nelson Mandela,
3382:I understand what it is for a woman to want to protect their children and give them the best they can. ~ Annie Lennox,
3383:Let's roll for justice, let's roll for truth. Let's not let our children grow up fearful in their youth. ~ Neil Young,
3384:My body, I give for your comfort. My life, I swear for your children. My heart, I gift to you alone.” She ~ Jo Noelle,
3385:My parents worked enormously hard to put four children through college. We didn't have a lot of money. ~ Lou Gerstner,
3386:My wife and I have five children and the reason why we have five children is because we do not want six. ~ Bill Cosby,
3387:Naked children ran about playing leapfrog or football, or towing little toys about on string. ~ Geraldine McCaughrean,
3388:On the floor by each child’s desk was the obligatory gas mask. Children now carried them everywhere. ~ Kristin Hannah,
3389:Our children are our greatest resource and Head Start grants help them reach their full potential. ~ Christopher Dodd,
3390:That’s what fathers do if they don’t heal their wounds. They wound their children in the same place. ~ Cheryl Strayed,
3391:The difference between the standard X Y and X > Y is that the latter will only select direct children. ~ Anonymous,
3392:...the main point of parental authority is to authorize children to do things, not to block them. ~ Pamela Druckerman,
3393:The only people who think children are carefree are the ones who've forgotten their own childhood. ~ Orson Scott Card,
3394:The only people who think children are carefree are the ones who’ve forgotten their own childhood. ~ Orson Scott Card,
3395:There is a Providence that protects idiots, drunkards, children and the United States of America. ~ Otto von Bismarck,
3396:The solution to adult problems tomorrow depends on large measure upon how our children grow up today. ~ Margaret Mead,
3397:The Supreme Court has only granted citizenship to the children born to legal immigrants, not illegal. ~ Rush Limbaugh,
3398:The voice of parents is the voice of gods, for to their children they are heaven's lieutenants. ~ William Shakespeare,
3399:Three cheers for Mr. and Mrs. Bower and their really satisfactory American family of twelve children! ~ Edmund Morris,
3400:today's children are the first generation to grow up in a world that has the power to destroy itself. ~ Margaret Mead,
3401:Treat sins that your children struggle with like basic math. Practice, Practice, and you'll get it. ~ Rachel Jankovic,
3402:vandalizing the play park, smoking on street corners, and throwing stones at passing cars and children. ~ J K Rowling,
3403:We all belong to ourselves, until we have children. Then our children lease us for as long as they want. ~ Penny Reid,
3404:We are the windows through which our children first see the world. Let us be conscious of the view. ~ Katrina Kenison,
3405:We have a rotting infrastructure that is literally poisoning children in Flint, Newark and elsewhere. ~ Kshama Sawant,
3406:We have run out of creativity for children and teachers alike in the name of pushing up standards. ~ Shirley Williams,
3407:What in us the women leave uncultivated, children cultivate when we retain them near us. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
3408:Whoever fears the LORD has a secure fortress, and for their children it will be a refuge. PROVERBS 14:26 ~ Max Lucado,
3409:Willmott has very tersely said that embellished truths are the illuminated alphabet of larger children. ~ Horace Mann,
3410:You know, it's just politics, it's a game grown-ups like to play, like we lil' children play with toys. ~ Sharon Maas,
3411:Abraham Lincoln. He once said that the best thing a man can do for his children is to love their mother. ~ John Wooden,
3412:Aiyoooooh, finish everything on your plate, girls! Don’t you know there are children starving in America? ~ Kevin Kwan,
3413:a lesson many other parents have learned—it’s usually your children that wound you the most ferociously. ~ Terry Hayes,
3414:A little girl without a doll is almost as unhappy, and quite as impossible, as a woman without children. ~ Victor Hugo,
3415:at some level you remain an orphan for life; looking after children is one way of looking after yourself. ~ Ian McEwan,
3416:A vegan who beats his wife is far further down the ethical ladder than a meat eater who's kind to his children. ~ Moby,
3417:Because that’s what mothers do. They wait. They stand still until their children belong to someone else. ~ Ocean Vuong,
3418:British scientists have demonstrated that cigarettes can harm your children. Fair enough. Use an ashtray! ~ Jimmy Carr,
3419:By the time they're out of preschool, most children have already seen thousands of acts of violence. ~ Brian K Vaughan,
3420:Children are born with a desire to have meaning. Give them Jesus, and they will have it eternally. ~ Alisa Hope Wagner,
3421:children are made of eyes and ears, and nothing, however minute, escapes their microscopic observation. ~ Fanny Kemble,
3422:Children have a lot more to worry about from the parents who raised them than from the books they read. ~ E L Doctorow,
3423:Children have never been good at listening to their parents, but they have never failed to imitate them. ~ John Medina,
3424:Children have no business expressing opinions on anything except "Do you have enough room in the toes? ~ Florence King,
3425:CHILDREN LEFT UNATTENDED WILL BE GIVEN AN ESPRESSO AND A FREE PUPPY and LOVE IS A FOUR-LEGGED WORD. ~ Julianne MacLean,
3426:children who were never taught and would never now learn the games that had held the society together'. ~ Rebecca Mead,
3427:Don't underestimate your kids. Don't be condescending, because they're children but they're not stupid. ~ Steve Carell,
3428:Every pampered child becomes a hated child.... There is no greater evil than the pampering of children. ~ Alfred Adler,
3429:For the world of football, Messi is a treasure because he is role model for children around the world. ~ Johan Cruijff,
3430:For what use is it to forbid what we can't prevent? If books are forbidden, children read them on the sly. ~ Andr Gide,
3431:Gravity Falls has transformed the children of America into an army of Dippers. I couldn't be more proud! ~ Alex Hirsch,
3432:He licked at her lips."We are going to have some amazing children. The best this world has ever seen. ~ Gena Showalter,
3433:How did the mothers of Guernsey live, not knowing where their children were? I can’t imagine. Love, ~ Mary Ann Shaffer,
3434:I don't think children are any more resilent than anyone else. They're just people with little bodies. ~ Kirstie Alley,
3435:If you have children, you don't want to have drugs and drinks in the house. It's just not good. ~ Billie Joe Armstrong,
3436:If you want children to keep their feet on the ground, put some responsibility on their shoulders. ~ Abigail Van Buren,
3437:I grew up in Cazenovia, N.Y. I'm the second of five children, with three sisters and a brother. ~ Siobhan Fallon Hogan,
3438:I love dancing, actually. My mother taught children's dance, ballet, tap, jazz...I'm very flexible. ~ Michael Angarano,
3439:I loved being blonde. It's true, they have more fun, even when they're cannibalising their children. ~ Anjelica Huston,
3440:I’m not really that great at bowling and I worry about errant balls accidentally taking out small children. ~ R S Grey,
3441:In 50 years, your grandchildren will be asking you where you were when CM Punk beat the Undertaker's streak! ~ CM Punk,
3442:In fact, I’ve come to the conclusion that the more you entertain children, the more bored they will get. ~ Andy Crouch,
3443:I relate to [women and children in women's shelters] on a personal level because I've been there myself. ~ Nia Sanchez,
3444:It has become a cultural norm in Jewish families for parents to bring up their children to value wealth. ~ H W Charles,
3445:It is from God that parents receive their children, and it is to God that they should lead them. ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer,
3446:It is good to renew one's wonder, said the philosopher. Space travel has again made children of us all. ~ Ray Bradbury,
3447:I tried to allow my children to take risks, to test themselves. Better broken bones than broken spirit. ~ Rose Kennedy,
3448:It's hard to see how anyone can fail to care about innocent children and animals being blown up by landmines. ~ Twiggy,
3449:I was the seventh of nine children. When you come from that far down you have to struggle to survive. ~ Robert Kennedy,
3450:Life keeps on making the terrible mistake of making impatient people capable of making children. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
3451:Local politicians of color said children and tomorrow. They said digital and democracy and history. ~ Jonathan Franzen,
3452:Marriage isn’t all about chores and children. It’s about the sharing of your life with someone else. ~ Ruth Ann Nordin,
3453:My hope for my children must be that they respond to the still, small voice of God in their own hearts. ~ Andrew Young,
3454:My husband and my children inspire me on a daily basis to be the best wife, mom, and woman I can be. ~ Candace Cameron,
3455:No one is ever satisfied where he is....Only the children know what they’re looking for.... ~ Antoine de Saint Exup ry,
3456:Now, children, watch closely. Hold your breath. Listen. And I will show you the components of calamity. ~ Jay Kristoff,
3457:Obama called on Americans to have more grandchildren. Probably so there's more of them to pay off our debt. ~ Jay Leno,
3458:One of the troubles with signings is that you are surrounded by children, and some of them have got colds. ~ Tony Ross,
3459:Parents almost always want what's best for their children. They just don't always know what that is. ~ Jeanne Birdsall,
3460:People are afraid of being more ignorant than their children―especially, apparantly, their daughters. ~ Daniel Dennett,
3461:Revolution is an act of love; we are the children of revolution, born to be rebels. It runs in our blood. ~ Jane Fonda,
3462:She did not especially appreciate children either, but could be kind to them when they were silent. ~ Gordon Dahlquist,
3463:Socrates used to call the opinions of the many by the name of Lamiae, bugbears to frighten children. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
3464:Sometimes people who feel powerless, they come to bother their own kids, or they come to bother children. ~ Gaspar Noe,
3465:The best mother is the mother who adapts, and the best children are the children who adapt as well. ~ Juliette Binoche,
3466:The best way to get children excited about reading is to read to them from the beginning of their lives. ~ J K Rowling,
3467:The ease. Us, the children … I never realized how easily people could be trained to accept slavery. ~ Octavia E Butler,
3468:The eyes of the children are magicked by the toys that fall out of the wondrous garden of innocence. ~ M irt n Cadhain,
3469:The moral code which was good enough for our fathers is not good enough for our children. ~ Marie von Ebner Eschenbach,
3470:the way they put it, we as a society have decided not to modify the society but to modify the children. ~ Noam Chomsky,
3471:They [Narnia] are, perhaps, the greatest classics of children’s literature of the twentieth century. ~ Douglas Gresham,
3472:Until we have acquired genuine prayer, we are like people teaching children to begin to walk. ~ Margaret Mary Alacoque,
3473:We left home, married, had children of our own, found the seeds of meanness blooming also within us. ~ George Saunders,
3474:When a man spends his relief checks on green whiskey his children have a way of crying from hunger pains. ~ Harper Lee,
3475:When we hang on to a rose-tinted version of history we deprive ourselves and our children of the truth. ~ Hans Rosling,
3476:With these coming children we never relinquish the past. We keep seeing somebody gone in each new one. ~ Breena Clarke,
3477:Women have simple tastes. They get pleasure out of the conversation of children in arms and men in love. ~ H L Mencken,
3478:would, by whatever means, make the multitudes of His dear children who are still living divided lives, ~ Andrew Murray,
3479:A grandchild is a miracle, but a renewed relationship with your own children is even a greater one. ~ T Berry Brazelton,
3480:Animals raise their children, too. I don’t know why they keep them around. Kill ’em and be done with it. ~ Liz Braswell,
3481:Any beast can cry over the misfortunes of its own child. It takes a mensch to weep for others' children. ~ Sam Levenson,
3482:are meant to shine. Look at small children. They’re all so unique before they start trying to be, ~ Marianne Williamson,
3483:As a mother, the things that I wanted for my own four children, I want for all the children of France. ~ Segolene Royal,
3484:As children everyone thinks their family is weird and they're upset by the weirdness of their own family. ~ Stephen Fry,
3485:A walk through an old graveyard shows our ancestors often had more dead children than we have live ones. ~ P J O Rourke,
3486:Anthropologists say that in every culture in history, children have played the game hide and seek. ~ Rob Brezsny,
3487:Before I got married I had six theories about raising children; now, I have six children and no theories. ~ John Wilmot,
3488:Books should be cherished, like children, books are for the next generation, like children, like history. ~ Edna Ferber,
3489:Bringing up children is not a real occupation, because children come up just the same, brought or not. ~ Germaine Greer,
3490:Canada is a myth people made up to entertain children, like the Tooth Fairy. There’s no such place. ~ Christopher Moore,
3491:Children are not meant to be studied, but enjoyed. Only by studying to be pleased do we understand them. ~ Wilfred Owen,
3492:Children are unpredictable. You never know what inconsistency they are going to catch you in next. ~ Henry Ward Beecher,
3493:Children have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they've never failed to imitate them. ~ Zig Ziglar,
3494:children of alcoholics are four times more likely than the general population to become hoarders. ~ Kimberly Rae Miller,
3495:Christianity may be OK between consenting adults in private but should not be taught to young children. ~ Francis Crick,
3496:Designer clothes worn by children are like snowsuits worn by adults. Few can carry it off successfully. ~ Fran Lebowitz,
3497:Despite the best of efforts, many foster children are neither reunited with their families, nor adopted. ~ Charles Bass,
3498:Dream of a world where children can laugh and play and not be blown up by a mine they thought was a toy. ~ Desmond Tutu,
3499:Everyone needs to have access both to grandparents and grandchildren in order to be a full human being. ~ Margaret Mead,
3500:Everything has to be at once for six-month-old puppies, six-year-old children, and reformers of any age. ~ H Beam Piper,
3501:Families are where children live. Almost everything they experience is in the context of family life. ~ Mike Berenstain,
3502:He thinks, Because ... [x9].
But all he says to his son is, 'Because I don't want to lose my children. ~ Philip Roth,
3503:Holy shit. What does that mean? Does he white-slave small children to some God-forsaken part of the planet? ~ E L James,
3504:I and the public know
What all schoolchildren learn,
Those to whom evil is done
Do evil in return. ~ W H Auden,
3505:I began attempting to write for children under the mistaken assumption that writing for children was easy. ~ Robin Hobb,
3506:If God made Adam and Eve, they had children... wait a minute... that means someone banged their sister! ~ Carlos Mencia,
3507:If we don't change the way Washington operates we're going to bankrupt our children and grandchildren. ~ David Dewhurst,
3508:If we don't see to it that our children turn out better than we did, what will become of the world? ~ Esther M Friesner,
3509:If you have a headache, do what it says on the aspirin bottle: take two, and keep away from children. ~ Janice Thompson,
3510:I hope children will be happy with the books I've written, and go on to be readers all of their lives. ~ Beverly Cleary,
3511:I just didn't feel old enough to have children...I had my hands full with a vampire, thank you very much. ~ L J Hayward,
3512:I loved Batman, don't get me wrong, but that kind of mindless violence is not good for young children. ~ William H Macy,
3513:I’m attracting small children,” Orma muttered, twisting his hat in his hands. “Shoo it away, will you? ~ Rachel Hartman,
3514:In the case of the Catholic Church, it's hard to understand how they so willfully sacrifice the children. ~ Alex Gibney,
3515:I prefer peace. But if trouble must come, let it come in my time, so that my children can live in peace. ~ Thomas Paine,
3516:It doesnt seem to me strange that children should like the macabre, the sensational, and the forbidden. ~ Anthony Hecht,
3517:It was concern for the welfare of children that got me into public service in the first place. ~ Hillary Rodham Clinton,
3518:It was the first place where I was thrown together with children I didn’t know. It didn’t go well. ~ John Elder Robison,
3519:I've been proud to work on some really great children's shows, but they are not my only interest. ~ Stephanie D Abruzzo,
3520:I've written 16 children's books and five unpublished novels. Some of the latter were breathtakingly bad. ~ Mark Haddon,
3521:I will not feed him to a tree, as is done in the Unseelie Court with unruly children,” Mark promised. ~ Cassandra Clare,
3522:I won't give up until the exploitation of all children has ended and all children have their rights. ~ Craig Kielburger,
3523:Little children, from the moment in which they are weaned, are making their way toward independence. ~ Maria Montessori,
3524:Many societies have educated their male children on the simple device of teaching them not to be women. ~ Margaret Mead,
3525:Men of honor will do things for their children that they would never consider doing for themselves. ~ George R R Martin,
3526:mere professors can boast—but true children of God cry for mercy upon their unprofitableness. ~ Charles Haddon Spurgeon,
3527:Mother is the name for God in the lips and hearts of all children. Do you understand? Do you understand? ~ James O Barr,
3528:Nearly half of the children ages 8 to 14 who died in traffic fatalities in the past 5 years were unbuckled. ~ Anonymous,
3529:Only adults weep with joy. Children don't. They haven't learned how rare moments of true happiness are. ~ Heather Lende,
3530:Only when a woman decides not to have children, can a woman live like a man. That's what I've done. ~ Katharine Hepburn,
3531:Parenting meant that whether or not your children understood you, your obligation was to understand them. ~ Nora Ephron,
3532:people teaches children how to be in a relationship, beginning with the ability to have a conversation. ~ Sherry Turkle,
3533:She did not take offense; adults lied all the time, their reasons often as silly as those of children. ~ Erika Johansen,
3534:..she unleashed the disappointed look all mothers had used to cower their children from the dawn of time. ~ Ann Mayburn,
3535:So it is often with children. They want what they see in others, because they have yet to look within. ~ Karpov Kinrade,
3536:Talking to Clarence can be like talking to a child, although it is much more charming in children. ~ Diane Schoemperlen,
3537:The advancement of knowledge must be translated into increasing health and education for the children. ~ Herbert Hoover,
3538:The message was that... fathers can go ahead and have children, but they don't have to raise the children. ~ Dan Quayle,
3539:The most interesting information comes from children, for they tell all they know and then stop. Mark Twain ~ Mary Karr,
3540:[The Neon Demon] was more my own fascination with beauty. It's my children's fascination beauty. ~ Nicolas Winding Refn,
3541:The No. 1 issue in the Hispanic American community is 'How do I leave my children better off than myself? ~ Marco Rubio,
3542:There will be peace in the Middle East only when the Arabs love their children more than they hate Israel. ~ Golda Meir,
3543:This is what almost all parents want for their children: a lifetime of happiness and an easy passage. ~ Daniel Gottlieb,
3544:Those who say that having childlike faith means not asking questions haven't met too many children. ~ Rachel Held Evans,
3545:time marches on, as children grow and develop and mutate, as adults accommodate or fester or rejoice. ~ Penelope Lively,
3546:To apply for a gifted program, children as young as 4 are required to sit through hour-long verbal exams. ~ Hanna Rosin,
3547:Until she started teaching, Ann had no idea how much personal stuff children revealed in the classroom. ~ Carla Buckley,
3548:Wars are indeed fought by children, by young people who have little to say in where they are sent to die. ~ Jeff Shaara,
3549:We honor those who walked so we could run. We must run so our children soar. And we will not grow weary. ~ Barack Obama,
3550:We picked our noses as children in front of people without shame. Now we just do it in secret as adults. ~ Quinn Loftis,
3551:We probably stagnate our children's emotional growth by not letting them have some separation from us. ~ Jeff Foxworthy,
3552:We were sent to Vietnam to kill Communism. But we found instead that we were killing women and children. ~ John F Kerry,
3553:When will a woman lie? Sometimes for herself. Usually for the man she loves. Always for her children. ~ Agatha Christie,
3554:Write: write letters. Keep journals. Besides your children, there is no surer way of achieving immortality. ~ Ken Burns,
3555:You will have to throw out knowledge; you will have to become children again. Only then can the armor be broken. ~ Osho,
3556:A hundred years from now a newblood king will sit the throne you built him on the skulls of children. ~ Victoria Aveyard,
3557:All children are born geniuses, and we spend the first six years of their lives degeniusing them. ~ R Buckminster Fuller,
3558:All of us should be involved in our own futures to create a world that our children will want to live in. ~ Harry Chapin,
3559:All that children need is love, a grown-up to take responsibility for them, and a soft place to land. ~ Deborah Harkness,
3560:As a parent, I have a job as a role model to my children, and by extension, to other young people. ~ Kareem Abdul Jabbar,
3561:Before parents blame their children, they should first look to how their daughters and sons were raised. ~ Ming Dao Deng,
3562:But there is so much you can do with five children in a dark parking lot before you want to sell them. ~ Emma McLaughlin,
3563:Children are completely egoistic; they feel their needs intensely and strive ruthlessly to satisfy them. ~ Sigmund Freud,
3564:Children don't need much advice but they really do need to be listened to and not just with half an ear. ~ Emma Thompson,
3565:Children harbor a great many doubts and sorrows that could be eased by a loving hug from a parent. ~ Richelle E Goodrich,
3566:Children in their youth blossomed and bloomed; then chance, inclination, heredity all played their part ~ Winston Graham,
3567:Children should learn that reading is pleasure, not just something that teachers make you do in school. ~ Beverly Cleary,
3568:Children under four were transported to their deaths without charge, and those under ten went half-price. ~ Wendy Holden,
3569:Elia,” he called at Ser Gregor. “You raped her. You murdered her. You killed her children. Now say her name. ~ Anonymous,
3570:God is patient with us to become the God's children he wants us to be but you really can see him weeping. ~ Desmond Tutu,
3571:God-noise, because I believe that if God had a heart, its beating would be the sound of children at play. ~ Iimani David,
3572:Growing children are like foals. If they’re not given room to run, they’ll lash out in every direction. ~ Oliver P tzsch,
3573:He lives alone, no wife or children, most of his waking hours drunk. I don’t want to end up like that. ~ Suzanne Collins,
3574:How is it that little children are so intelligent and men so stupid? It must be education that does it ~ Alexandre Dumas,
3575:I believe that no hell will be lacking which would help the just mercy of God to redeem his children. ~ George MacDonald,
3576:I don't think God will continue to bless America if we continue to kill 1.2 million children every year. ~ Rick Santorum,
3577:If children read 1 million words in a year, atl least 1,000 words will be added to their vocabulary. ~ Stephen D Krashen,
3578:If I had taken care of our children like you took care of our finances, they would all be dead by now. ~ Jennifer McGaha,
3579:If there's a God in heaven, what's he waiting for? If He can't hear the children, then he must see the war. ~ Elton John,
3580:If we are meant to only have children who never encounter difficulty in life, then no one should be born. ~ Jodi Picoult,
3581:If we don't empower women, we don't allow them to unlock the potential of themselves and their children. ~ Melinda Gates,
3582:If you bungle raising your children,’ she said, ‘I don’t think whatever else you do well matters very much. ~ Paula Daly,
3583:If you want to fight a war on drugs, sit down at your own kitchen table and talk to your own children. ~ Barry McCaffrey,
3584:I grew up with siblings, so if I could just snap my fingers and have four [children], I would have four ~ Kim Kardashian,
3585:Safety is an illusion we sell to children to help them sleep.

Then I wanted to be a child. ~ Dennis Lehane,
3586:I spent my whole life trying not to be careless. Women and children can afford to be careless, but not men. ~ Mario Puzo,
3587:It breaks my heart that my father never knew my children. He should have been around for another 25 years. ~ Bear Grylls,
3588:I think it's really good for a family or children to have a dog, cat, bird or whatever to grow up with. ~ Hayao Miyazaki,
3589:It is a remarkable fact, a scientific fact, that the healthiest children come from the happiest mothers. ~ L Ron Hubbard,
3590:It is good to renew one’s wonder,” said the philosopher. “Space travel has again made children of us all. ~ Ray Bradbury,
3591:It would be hard to define chaos better than as a world where children decide they don't want to live. ~ Edward Hoagland,
3592:I was a different sort of child, as half the children are. I was in that category of being free-spirited. ~ Lana Del Rey,
3593:I will do anything, including highway robbery and murder, to avoid leaving my children in poverty. ~ Robert Anton Wilson,
3594:I would give wings to children, but I would leave it to them to learn how to fly by themselves. ~ Gabriel Garcia Marquez,
3595:I write, not for children,but for the child-like, whether they be of five, or fifty, or seventy-five. ~ George MacDonald,
3596:Music can speak louder than words, and I will use my music to speak out on behalf of children everywhere. ~ Judy Collins,
3597:My father didn’t like people. He didn’t like me. “Children should be seen and not heard,” he told me. ~ Charles Bukowski,
3598:not only have children most certainly a right to their own ambitions, but their own lack of ambitions. ~ Cornelia Parker,
3599:Oh, the mystery of what your children know, the scope and terrifying beauty of their perception. ~ Bret Anthony Johnston,
3600:One knows one's done one's job as a parent properly if one's children reject everything one stands for. ~ Glenda Jackson,
3601:On Friday nights, when the children did not come, I would ache for a friend to call, but there was no one. ~ Shulem Deen,
3602:Our children may learn about heroes of the past. Our task is to make ourselves architects of the future. ~ Jomo Kenyatta,
3603:Parents have to get over the idea that their children belong just to them; children are a family affair. ~ Frank Pittman,
3604:People are afraid of being more ignorant than their children―especially, apparantly, their daughters. ~ Daniel C Dennett,
3605:Probably most of the time I watch children's movies because my kids are on the bus, so it requires them. ~ Dave Matthews,
3606:Schools are not about enabling children to have a living but about children being able to have a life. ~ Elliot W Eisner,
3607:Secrets are kept from children, a lid on top of the soup kettle, so they do not boil over with too much truth. ~ Amy Tan,
3608:sorrow makes us all children again-destroys all differences of intellect. the wisest know nothing. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
3609:The happiness of children is based on their ignorance of what their parents are really thinking ~ Simon Sebag Montefiore,
3610:The impact of armed conflict on children is everyone's responsibility. And it must be everyone's concern. ~ Graca Machel,
3611:The Jews had holidays that turned up out of the blue and the Catholics had children in much the same way. ~ Alan Bennett,
3612:The Night Children are a wise and careful people. Any schemes that draws their ire draws my suspicion. ~ Cassandra Clare,
3613:The purpose of school is for children to learn, not for them to feel good about themselves all the time. ~ Jean M Twenge,
3614:There are fathers who do not love their children; there is no grandfather who does not adore his grandson. ~ Victor Hugo,
3615:Thirteen, 13 children, and I love - I love them all. And I think I've been a good father to all of them. ~ Anthony Quinn,
3616:This is a grave. There is no honor here in broken tools and old bones, only in the deeds of our children. ~ Mike Mignola,
3617:This was a big divergence from the way human children learn language, and that itself was interesting. ~ Douglas Preston,
3618:Wars are the hobbies of half-informed children who have somehow come into possession of the levers of power. ~ Fred Reed,
3619:We all become lost children at one time or another.When no one else can find us, we must find ourselves. ~ David Farland,
3620:We are the children of many sires, and every drop of blood in us in its turn betrays its ancestor. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
3621:We can forgive you for killing our children, but we can never forgive you for making us kill your children. ~ Golda Meir,
3622:We find delight in the beauty and happiness of children that makes the heart too big for the body. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
3623:We owe our children – the most vulnerable citizens in any society – a life free from violence and fear. ~ Nelson Mandela,
3624:What has become of the world, when children are looked upon by their parents as trophies to be won? ~ Donald Allen Kirch,
3625:What manner of country was this that worshiped children to the extent that they were treated as royalty? ~ Jude Deveraux,
3626:When I was a child there were many witches, and they bewitched both cattle and men, especially children. ~ Martin Luther,
3627:Whoever happens to give birth to mischievous children lives always with unending grief in his spirit and heart. ~ Hesiod,
3628:You went up to be examined with the other Jewish children, your heart heavy about that matter of your nose. ~ Mary Antin,
3629:And what is wrong with playing with words? Words love to be played with, just like children or kittens do! ~ David Almond,
3630:assisted living isn’t really built for the sake of older people so much as for the sake of their children. ~ Atul Gawande,
3631:A wife is like a children's movie; always under-appreciated and without either, life would be incomplete ~ John Steinbeck,
3632:Because children grow up, we think a child's purpose is to grow up. But a child's purpose is to be a child ~ Tom Stoppard,
3633:Because they are children and for no other reason they have dignity and worth simply because they are. ~ Barbara Coloroso,
3634:Being in a band is just like being married. The children are the songs and the sex is playing live onstage. ~ Jen Sincero,
3635:But it wasn’t possible, of course, that his characters kept poisoning themselves and then having children. ~ John Freeman,
3636:Children are better at feeding monsters than adults are. They don't have the burden of suspicion. ~ Maria Dahvana Headley,
3637:Children are the best recorders of information - they miss nothing; but they are the poorest interpreters. ~ Sheila Walsh,
3638:Children internalize their parents' unhappiness. Fortunately, they absorb our contentment just as readily. ~ Lucille Ball,
3639:Children love their mothers. Especially with a boy child and his mother, there's a bond that's unbreakable. ~ Tyler Perry,
3640:Children nowadays are tyrants. They contradict their parents, gobble their food, and tyrannise their teachers. ~ Socrates,
3641:Children's books are written to be read, adult books are written to be talked about at cocktail parties ~ Lloyd Alexander,
3642:Children who were very truly pious in a Catholic childhood are apt to retain a nostalgia for the absolute. ~ Sonia Orwell,
3643:choices; and to be patient with the children’s questions and exuberance, and let Ernest make mistakes. ~ Emily T Wierenga,
3644:Could she give Doro what he wanted—what she herself had wanted for so long—children who would not die? ~ Octavia E Butler,
3645:countless truths I desire to pass on to my children: being content with less is among the most important. ~ Joshua Becker,
3646:DEFINITION NOT FOUND IN THE DICTIONARY Not leaving: an act of trust and love, often deciphered by children ~ Markus Zusak,
3647:Don't be too dismissive of children. While it's true that few children are artists, all artists are children. ~ Ned Rorem,
3648:Don't buy too many things/ everything for your children. Else they will fear to struggle when they grow up. ~ Shikha Kaul,
3649:God loves it when His children pray BIG, BOLD PRAYERS. Don't be afraid to ask your Father for anything! ~ Christine Caine,
3650:He knew that behind the skin of this world, there was another. And in that world the children were laughing. ~ Ted Dekker,
3651:How is it that little children are so intelligent and men so stupid? It must be education that does it. ~ Alexandre Dumas,
3652:I am rich and famous. I have a talented and gorgeous husband and two beautiful children. I could go on. ~ Madonna Ciccone,
3653:... if they [your children] write their names in the dust on the furniture, don't let them put the year. ~ Phyllis Diller,
3654:If we throw blankets over our children's dreams, we darken their world and extinguish their desire to live. ~ Suzy Kassem,
3655:I grew to resent the way my father treated his furniture like children, and his children like furniture. ~ Alison Bechdel,
3656:I have two children and it's amazing how in tune they are with nature, with light, with smells, with time. ~ Hugh Jackman,
3657:I keep writing children’s books, I keep making children’s books, because I still have them inside of me. ~ Oliver Jeffers,
3658:I'm constantly tortured, and that's why I say happiness is irrelevant. Happiness is for children and yuppies. ~ John Zorn,
3659:I rarely get a moment to myself, but I love the way that my agenda is dictated by the children, not my work. ~ Monica Ali,
3660:I really love pets. They're like children. They know if you really love them or not. You can't fool them. ~ Donna Douglas,
3661:I think the best teachers had a real interest in the subject they were teaching and a love for children. ~ Beverly Cleary,
3662:I want to get old gracefully. I want to have good posture, I want to be healthy and be an example to my children. ~ Sting,
3663:I was thinking as small children think, as if my thoughts or wishes had the power to reverse the narrative, ~ Joan Didion,
3664:I would love four children because I have a very small family, so I want those big Thanksgiving dinners. ~ Chrissy Teigen,
3665:Laura and I really don't realize how bright our children is sometimes until we get an objective analysis. ~ George W Bush,
3666:Libertarians love their children at least as much as the Democrats and the Republicans, probably more. ~ Michael Badnarik,
3667:Marriage is not absolutely for making children. But it is absolutely for making children followers of Jesus. ~ John Piper,
3668:My grandmother gave birth to 13 children and I come from a long line of women who gave birth in their 40s. ~ Debra Winger,
3669:no craving for wealth or immortality could be so great, he felt, as to subsist on the sorrow of children. ~ Joseph Heller,
3670:Now that I have children, I realize taking care of my children is more fun than anything in the whole world. ~ Chris Rock,
3671:Our children shouldn't have to wait for adulthood to become wild readers. For many, it will be too late. ~ Donalyn Miller,
3672:Out loud I said I had two children. Silently I said three. I always felt like apologizing to her for that. ~ Alice Sebold,
3673:Pablo Picasso said that “all children are born artists, the problem is to remain an artist as we grow up. ~ Garr Reynolds,
3674:...photographs of girl-children; some gaudy moth or butterfly, still alive, safely pinned to the wall. ~ Vladimir Nabokov,
3675:Reading makes all other learning possible. We have to get books into our children's hands early and often. ~ Barack Obama,
3676:Real protection means teaching children to manage risks on their own, not shielding them from every hazard. ~ Wendy Mogel,
3677:Recommend to your children to be virtuous, only the virtue can bring us happiness, not the money. ~ Ludwig van Beethoven,
3678:She’d wanted to scream at her for staying married to an angry man who scolded her in front of her children, ~ Imbolo Mbue,
3679:Sylvie considered that children should be toughened up early, the better to take the blows in later life. ~ Kate Atkinson,
3680:The future of our nation depends on providing our children with a complete education that includes music. ~ Gerald R Ford,
3681:'The Goonies' is the one that everyone either remembers themselves or their children are seeing now. ~ Mary Ellen Trainor,
3682:The only people who seem to have nothing to do with the education of the children are the parents. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton,
3683:The real Michael Jackson that has not been seen... with children, one in diapers, the other two toddlers ~ Geraldo Rivera,
3684:There are certain realities we must speak of with our children that were not present when I was a child. ~ Gloria Estefan,
3685:There can't be art without risk. It's like saying No Sex, and then expecting there to be children. ~ Francis Ford Coppola,
3686:The sort of people who intermittently review their children, she thinks, rather than raise them. ~ Robert Jackson Bennett,
3687:To do as God does, is to receive God; to do a service to one of his children is to receive the Father. ~ George MacDonald,
3688:Trees and children are, of all living things, those whose growth soonest makes one feel one's age. ~ Mary Russell Mitford,
3689:True, I talk of dreams, Which are the children of an idle brain, Begot of nothing but vain fantasy. ~ William Shakespeare,
3690:Turning down a shot at sex? I never put principles above my sex drive. That’s for monks and Duggar children. ~ Julia Kent,
3691:Under the fence, Catch the sheep, Back we come, Off we leap! — A RHYME TO TEACH CHILDREN TO PURL ~ Stephanie Pearl McPhee,
3692:We are not preparing children for the world we have lived in but for a future that we can barely imagine. ~ Peter M Senge,
3693:We are not taught to be thinkers, but reflectors of our culture. Let's teach our children to be thinkers. ~ Jacque Fresco,
3694:We call that opium, children. And don't do drugs, because DRUGS ARE BAD. Okay, I had to put that in there. ~ Rick Riordan,
3695:We do not birth our children into the world of nature. We birth our children into the world of culture. ~ Terence McKenna,
3696:We don't, in a sensible world, want to hand on an increasingly dysfunctional world to our grandchildren. ~ Prince Charles,
3697:We must transcend the illusion that money or power has any bearing on our worthiness as children of God. ~ Steve Maraboli,
3698:We need our Dads right now, we need strong fathers. I really want fathers to get close to their children. ~ Cory Hardrict,
3699:When we look out into space, we are looking into our own origins, because we are truly children of the stars. ~ Brian Cox,
3700:Why do children dread mathematics? Because of the wrong approach. Because it is looked at as a subject. ~ Shakuntala Devi,
3701:YELLING silences your message. Speak quietly so your children can hear your words instead of just your voice. ~ L R Knost,
3702:You love your children so much, you do everything to try to protect them, and they don’t even appreciate it. ~ Kevin Kwan,
3703:Your children must learn early that they have been born into a world of authority, and they’re not it. ~ Paul David Tripp,
3704:Your children vividly remember every unkind thing you ever did to them, plus a few you really didn't. ~ Mignon McLaughlin,
3705:Adults acting like children and children acting like adults is generally a pretty reliable comic device. ~ Seth MacFarlane,
3706:All children are natural actors, and I'm still a kid. If you grow up completely, you can never be an actor. ~ Kirk Douglas,
3707:All names disappear. Children should be taught that in elementary school. But we're afraid to teach them. ~ Roberto Bola o,
3708:Amish children are usually named after aunts or uncles or some other relation. Keeps the family names going. ~ Sarah Price,
3709:As a child, I thought I hated everybody, but when I grew up I realized it was just children I didn't like. ~ Philip Larkin,
3710:At least half of the children available for adoption in the United States have disabilities of some kind. ~ Andrew Solomon,
3711:At some point as adults we cease to be our parents' children and we become our children's parents instead ~ William Landay,
3712:A wife is like a children's movie; always under-appreciated and without either, life would be incomplete. ~ John Steinbeck,
3713:bringing up children was]like living with a bunch of drunks...you really have to be on your toes all the time. ~ Tom Waits,
3714:By letting our children lead us to their own special places we can rediscover the joy and wonder of nature. ~ Richard Louv,
3715:Children always know when their mothers are crazy—they just never admit it, not out loud, to anyone. ~ Sarah Addison Allen,
3716:Children are the same the world over. They may have a different culture, but an ache or a laugh is universal. ~ Danny Kaye,
3717:Children begin by loving their parents; after a time they judge them; rarely, if ever, do they forgive them. ~ Oscar Wilde,
3718:Children of the future, watching empires fall. Madness the cup they drink from, self destruction the toll. ~ Ozzy Osbourne,
3719:Children remind us to promise ourselves to the future. They remind us why the future is worth the promise. ~ M C A Hogarth,
3720:Children who can barely say maa, pappa, are saying Ab ki baar Modi sarkar. This is the power of democracy. ~ Narendra Modi,
3721:Chloroform unfit children. Show them the same mercy that is shown beasts that are no longer fit to live. ~ Clarence Darrow,
3722:Every parent's deepest wish is that their children are self sufficient, happy, and able to live a full life. ~ Peter Block,
3723:Experts say you should never hit your children in anger. When is a good time? When you're feeling festive? ~ Roseanne Barr,
3724:For children are innocent and love justice, while most of us are wicked and naturally prefer mercy. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton,
3725:For the children’s sake, we said, we’ll make this the most amicable split in the history of amicable splits. ~ Shulem Deen,
3726:Frank Sulloway, author of Born to Rebel, says that “Life’s miseries fall disproportionately on children, ~ Gavin de Becker,
3727:Her incapacity to recognise change made her children conceal their views from her as Archer concealed his; ~ Edith Wharton,
3728:If Earth’s children ever forget who provides for them, we may wake up someday and find we don’t have a home. ~ Jean M Auel,
3729:IF PARENTS PASS ENTHUSIASM ALONG TO THEIR CHILDREN, THEY WILL LEAVE THEM AN ESTATE OF INCALCULABLE VALUE ~ Thomas A Edison,
3730:If your children know who God is they will know who they are, regardless of where you or they call home. ~ Shannon L Alder,
3731:I have two dogs. If I had retarded children, I'd be a hero. And yet, the dogs are pretty much the same thing. ~ Bill Maher,
3732:I imagine the world dividing into the people who want to feed their children, and the ones shooting at them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
3733:I let myself exist mainly through my children... [but] I could not even guess at the lives my children led. ~ M F K Fisher,
3734:In Bosnia, little children shot in the head by a guy who thinks it's okay to aim his gun at a child. ~ Christiane Amanpour,
3735:In Sweden, we've moved away from the notion that mothers have some magical, special bond with children. ~ Camilla Lackberg,
3736:In the future, how we educate our children may prove to be more important than how much we educate them. ~ Thomas Friedman,
3737:in the wings, as often mothers and grandmothers are, ready to catch the children should they need saving, ~ Laura Whitcomb,
3738:I shall lend credit to nothing against my people which parents would not believe against their own children. ~ Elizabeth I,
3739:It is my children who have made all this possible. My children are my wealth; they are my strength. ~ Mata Amritanandamayi,
3740:It may be a movement towards becoming like little children to admit that we are generally nothing else. ~ Charles Williams,
3741:it's a wise parent who allows her children to give up the things of childhood in their own time. ~ Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi,
3742:It's come at last", she thought, "the time when you can no longer stand between your children and heartache. ~ Betty Smith,
3743:It's very important to try to inculcate into children moral rules, such as "do as you would be done by." ~ Richard Dawkins,
3744:It would appear that the state of Mississippi has decided to maintain white supremacy by murdering children. ~ Roy Wilkins,
3745:I've since arrived at the conclusion that God often makes children who are going to be extra work extra cute. ~ Beth Moore,
3746:I would love to have children, yes. Maybe even adopt them. I'm not sure that I should pass on my genes. ~ Linda Fiorentino,
3747:Keeping libraries open, giving access to all children to all books is vital to our nation's sovereignty. ~ Karin Slaughter,
3748:Little did the old man know how much God liked to talk to His children, how He longed to listen to them. ~ Debbie Macomber,
3749:May the software you write today have an architecture that your children’s children may discern and celebrate. ~ Anonymous,
3750:May what I do flow from me like a river, no forcing and no holding back, the way it is with children. ~ Rainer Maria Rilke,
3751:Mothers are legendary for being able to read the thoughts of their children at just the right moment. ~ Vivian Vande Velde,
3752:My intent is to speak on behalf of those whose voices are less readily heard - children and women at risk ~ Susan Sarandon,
3753:Nicolette, Kendalle, and Alexandra are my children. Their mother, Cynthia Beck, and I, love them very much. ~ Gordon Getty,
3754:One of the greatest gifts adults can give - to their offspring and to their society - is to read to children. ~ Carl Sagan,
3755:Other people's problems always seemed so surmountable, and other people's children so much more biddable. ~ Liane Moriarty,
3756:Our culture of violence is an incubator, where our children are the crop of future techno-warrior killers. ~ Bryant McGill,
3757:Our opponents say more children are living in poverty than when we came into office. And that's probably right. ~ John Key,
3758:Out of the ugliness of the ironworks lepers will eat, children will be born, their parents will grow old. ~ Helen McCarthy,
3759:remember the simplest thing of all: how it is to be children, secure in belief and thus afraid of the dark. ~ Stephen King,
3760:Sensible fathers and mothers, when their children marry, go back to the old days and renew their youth. ~ Elizabeth Goudge,
3761:Since music has so much to do with the molding of character, it is necessary that we teach it to our children. ~ Aristotle,
3762:Teach them [your children] in such a way that they could not misunderstand the Gospel of Jesus Christ. ~ Gordon B Hinckley,
3763:The best way to give advice to your children is to find out what they want and then advise them to do it. ~ Harry S Truman,
3764:The people whose children had to walk barefoot to school killed the people who could buy shoes for theirs. ~ Jared Diamond,
3765:The rattle is a toy suited to the infant mind, and education is a rattle or toy for children of larger growth. ~ Aristotle,
3766:There are some things children cannot know, because once they learn them they are no longer children. ~ Ashleigh Brilliant,
3767:There are still women who are not living their own lives, but living through their men or their children ~ Kathleen Turner,
3768:There is an earned innocence, I believe, which is as much to be honored as the innocence of children. ~ Marilynne Robinson,
3769:There is a power in children. There is a belief. A strength. A joy that makes just about anything possible. ~ Adam Gidwitz,
3770:There is nothing you will regret more in your life — nothing — than not being present for your children ~ Jamie Lee Curtis,
3771:There's something really cool about scaring children. Traumatize a generation, that's what it's all about. ~ Steven Moffat,
3772:The soul is healed by being with children.
— Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Russian novelist and philosopher ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky,
3773:Think instead about children. People. Human beings. Feel for once that education is about people—not figures. ~ Pat Conroy,
3774:Though my fortune is not large, yet I am in a position to support a beloved being and children at my side. ~ Anton Chekhov,
3775:Today, it's possible to read both erotica and books written for children without fear of social castigation. ~ Amelia Gray,
3776:We are like children who look at print and see a serpent in the last letter but one, and a sword in the last. ~ Gene Wolfe,
3777:We don't really live in a culture that loves boys or loves children, and we don't encourage boys to be whole. ~ Bell Hooks,
3778:We know that segregation is evil. We know that the sickest children should not go to the worst hospitals. ~ Jonathan Kozol,
3779:We must not inflict life on children who will be resented; we must not inflict unwanted children on society. ~ Anne Lamott,
3780:We're all the sons of God, or children of the Is, or ideas of the Mind, or however else you want to say it. ~ Richard Bach,
3781:When I look at the world it fills me with sorrow, little children today are really going to suffer tomorrow. ~ Marvin Gaye,
3782:When it comes to telling children stories, they don’t need simple language. They need beautiful language. ~ Philip Pullman,
3783:When things fall apart, the children of the land scurry and scatter like birds escaping a burning sky. ~ NoViolet Bulawayo,
3784:When you say No, you also become a role model of healthy boundaries for others (especially your children). ~ Doreen Virtue,
3785:You've got to accept the fact that you are basically not teaching a subject, you are teaching children ~ Madeleine L Engle,
3786:[About the diaspora] Canaan is too small for God's children. The Land of Israel will spread through all lands! ~ I L Peretz,
3787:A DEFINITION NOT FOUND IN THE DICTIONARY Not leaving: an act of trust and love, often deciphered by children ~ Markus Zusak,
3788:A family is a unit composed not only of children but of men, women, an occasional animal, and the common cold. ~ Ogden Nash,
3789:a harsh and authoritarian style of parenting, who felt they had to beat the depravity out of their children. ~ David Brooks,
3790:And part of that is, what is the point of having children if you don't have the privilege of bringing them up? ~ Bob Geldof,
3791:A people without children would face a hopeless future; a country without trees is almost as helpless. ~ Theodore Roosevelt,
3792:At some point as adults we cease to be our parents' children and we become our children's parents instead. ~ William Landay,
3793:At some point as adults we cease to be our parents’ children and we become our children’s parents instead. ~ William Landay,
3794:Children are a battle of a different sort. ... A battle without banners or warhorns but no less fierce. ~ George R R Martin,
3795:Children are a precious gift, but they belong to no one but themselves. They are only lent us a little while. ~ Jim Butcher,
3796:Children are like puppies: you have to keep them near you, and look after them, if you want their affection. ~ Anna Magnani,
3797:Children are not yet fools, but we shall turn them into imbeciles like ourselves, with high I.Q.'s if possible. ~ R D Laing,
3798:Children are particularly literary, for they say what they feel not what someone has taught them to feel. ~ Fernando Pessoa,
3799:Children are wonderfully confident in their own imaginations. Most of us lose this confidence as we grow up. ~ Ken Robinson,
3800:Children at certain ages have distinct actions, and boys at certain ages have a particular way of acting too. ~ Regina King,
3801:Conduct yourself toward your parents as you would have your children conduct themselves toward you. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb,
3802:dinner, were keeping well behind their frosty windows. The children were all in school, and there was nobody ~ Willa Cather,
3803:Florida had the largest population in the world of children condemned to die in prison for non-homicides. ~ Bryan Stevenson,
3804:Gifted children tend to be very impatient and need constant stimulation, otherwise they become aggressive. ~ Amulya Malladi,
3805:Greatness occurs when your children love you, when your critics respect you and when you have peace of mind. ~ Quincy Jones,
3806:He puts their eyes in a bag and carries them to the crescent moon to feed his own children..." “The Sandman ~ DK Publishing,
3807:He who hath wife and children hath given hostages to fortune, for they are impediments to great enterprise. ~ Louis L Amour,
3808:I am feeling as if my parents are my children. I'm extremely protective about both of them while on the set ~ Ranbir Kapoor,
3809:I credit the motion picture industry as the strongest environmental factor in molding the children of my day. ~ Lenny Bruce,
3810:I didn't think I had anything particular to say, but I thought I might have something to say to children. ~ Penelope Lively,
3811:If a composer has a nice wife and some nice children, how can he let the children starve on his dissonances? ~ Charles Ives,
3812:I feel that its our children who do give us hope because they are the ones who are going to save the world. ~ Blythe Danner,
3813:If I hadn't gone to dancing school, I would have married and had children like my mum and had a normal life. ~ Jean Simmons,
3814:If the kids did want to get into showbiz then so be it, but I would never project anything on to my children. ~ Sadie Frost,
3815:If you want your children to turn out well, spend twice as much time with them, and half as much money. ~ Abigail Van Buren,
3816:I know now it is children who accept life; grown people cover it up and pretend it is different with drinks. ~ Rumer Godden,
3817:I love being an author. I love actual writing, and I love communicating with children. And it keeps me young. ~ Eve Bunting,
3818:I'm not that girl from Freaky Friday any more! I'm a real adult. In fact, I hate children! I hate them all! ~ Lindsay Lohan,
3819:I'm very proud of my children. And they've done a wonderful job, and they've been wonderful, wonderful kids. ~ Donald Trump,
3820:in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children; and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee. ~ Anonymous,
3821:Instead of focusing on imagined rewards, focus on serving God’s other children, for they are your customers. ~ Daniel Lapin,
3822:It is easier to write a book with footnotes than the same book written so that children can understand it. ~ Fulton J Sheen,
3823:It is rare, I think, for parents to let their children -- of any age -- grow up and become peers. ~ Sara Lawrence Lightfoot,
3824:It's not something that's at the forefront of my mind, but I think I'd regret it if I didn't have children. ~ Brendan Coyle,
3825:It's unconscionable to breed with the number of children who are starving to death in impoverished countries. ~ Ashley Judd,
3826:I will never guilt trip my children when they are adults, she’d vowed. I will never expect more than they are ~ Lisa Jewell,
3827:I would never say out loud that I am raising my children alone, but a lot of the time it has felt like that. ~ Liberty Ross,
3828:My children are 12, 12, 8, and 7, which is bad idea, bad idea, bad idea, bad idea, for mom going inside. ~ Kellyanne Conway,
3829:My dad saw my husband's boss at a conference, and he said to stop paying my husband until we produce children. ~ Jenna Bush,
3830:My days are spent wrangling children, chipping dried manure from boots, washing jeans, and frying calf nuts. ~ Ree Drummond,
3831:My life before children I don't really remember. I've heard references to it, but I really don't remember. ~ John Malkovich,
3832:my mother's tender touch and sensitive upbringing of her children I found a world of love and kindness. ~ A P J Abdul Kalam,
3833:No man should bring children into the world who is unwilling to persevere to the end in their nature and education. ~ Plato,
3834:Nowadays we raise our children in a cocoon of domesticated security, far from any sense of risk or adventure. ~ Alan Hirsch,
3835:Other people's children's birthday parties are the most joyful events you will ever resent having to attend. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
3836:Parents forgive their children least readily for the faults they themselves instilled in them. ~ Marie von Ebner Eschenbach,
3837:part of the parenting process is helping children understand that they are not the center of the universe. ~ John C Maxwell,
3838:Saudi Arabia, and began having children, Osama bin Laden completed his high school education at the Al-Thager ~ Jean Sasson,
3839:Sex education is legitimate in that girls cannot be taught soon enough how children don't come into the world. ~ Karl Kraus,
3840:So how, children, does the brain, which lives without a spark of light, build for us a world full of light? ~ Anthony Doerr,
3841:Teaching children about the natural world should be seen as one of the most important events in their lives. ~ Thomas Berry,
3842:Teach you children poetry; it opens the mind, lends grace to wisdom and makes the heroic virtues hereditary. ~ Walter Scott,
3843:The children of the revolution are always ungrateful, and the revolution must be grateful that it is so. ~ Ursula K Le Guin,
3844:The difference between poetry and rhetoric
is being ready to kill
yourself
instead of your children. ~ Audre Lorde,
3845:The goodwill that surrounded us was proof that the Fates were conspiring to help their enthusiastic children. ~ Patti Smith,
3846:The greatest gift children can give you is that, for the first time, you're not the center of your own universe. ~ JJ Feild,
3847:The greatest gifts you can give your children are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence ~ Denis Waitley,
3848:The joy of children was the worry, the constant reminder that a piece of you was running loose in the world. ~ Erika Swyler,
3849:The land is where our roots are. The children must be taught to feel and live in harmony with the Earth. ~ Maria Montessori,
3850:The Lord Jesus sits in heaven, ruling over all, and causing all things to work for his children's good. ~ George Whitefield,
3851:The lovers of life, they are children at heart always in their wonder and delight, but they do not grab. ~ Elizabeth Goudge,
3852:The most interesting information comes from children, for they tell all they know and then stop. Mark Twain The ~ Mary Karr,
3853:The only problem with the "children of Reagan" line is it reminds you that Marco Rubio is the young candidate. ~ Amy Walter,
3854:There are only three forms of high art: the symphony, the illustrated children's book and the board game. ~ Brian K Vaughan,
3855:There is no greater insight into the future than recognizing...when we save our children, we save ourselves ~ Margaret Mead,
3856:The run I was on made Sinatra, Flynn, Jagger, Richards, all of them look like droopy-eyed armless children. ~ Charlie Sheen,
3857:The training of children is a profession, where we must know how to waste time in order to save it. ~ Jean Jacques Rousseau,
3858:They say night's beauties fade at dawn, and the children of wine are oft disowned in the morning light. ~ George R R Martin,
3859:They teach you, as children, that you might go to heaven. They never teach you that heaven might come to you. ~ Mitch Albom,
3860:True I talk of Dreams
which are the children of an idle brain; Begot of nothing but vain fantasy. ~ William Shakespeare,
3861:We are the daughters of time, the children of mothers who fed us, rocked us, sang us songs, and kept us safe. ~ Mary Pipher,
3862:We knew marriage could be difficult in the same way that we knew there were starving children in Africa. ~ Jonathan Tropper,
3863:We're all connected. Helping another woman is helping yourself, your mother, your sister, your children. ~ Mariska Hargitay,
3864:We've got to know our history. We have to be able to bring our children to a place that they can be proud of. ~ Marla Gibbs,
3865:What our children need more than to learn to read and write and add and subtract is to know Jesus Christ. ~ Ralph E Reed Jr,
3866:What's done is done. You've got to move on. I don't want to say anything bad about the mother of my children. ~ Peter Andre,
3867:What the best and wisest parent wants for his own child, that must the community want for all of its children. ~ John Dewey,
3868:When I look at the smiles on all the children's faces...I just know they're about to jab me with something. ~ Matt Groening,
3869:When you celebrate your children for their ability to be true to themselves, you encourage them to trust. ~ Shefali Tsabary,
3870:You are all children of the light and children of the day. We do not belong to the night or to the darkness. ~ Randy Frazee,
3871:You either gain immortality through having children or you earn it by becoming someone history remembers. ~ Lindsay Buroker,
3872:You’re always a kid around your parents… Unless they’re acting like children. Then you don’t get the chance. ~ Sarah Dessen,
3873:You're so in love with your children that you'd do anything for them; that's not necessarily the best thing. ~ Steve Carell,
3874:80 percent of learning is visual, so children who can't afford vision correction are at such a disadvantage. ~ Ellen Hollman,
3875:A DEFINITION NOT FOUND IN THE DICTIONARY Not-leaving: An act of trust and love, often deciphered by children. ~ Markus Zusak,
3876:Adults follow paths. Children explore. Adults are content to walk the same way, hundreds of times, or thousands; ~ Anonymous,
3877:Advice to children crossing the street: damn the lights. Watch the cars. The lights ain't never killed nobody. ~ Moms Mabley,
3878:All of us - we should do everything we can to make sure this country lives up to our children's expectations. ~ Barack Obama,
3879:And then I would think about the war and about the fact that those who waged it were also children once. ~ Carlos Ruiz Zaf n,
3880:A paedophile is someone whose sexual attraction towards children their own age did not grow with them. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
3881:A people without children would face a hopeless future; a country without trees is almost as helpless. ~ Theodore Roosevelt,
3882:Being in public with May and the children was too heavy. I was irreversibly tuned in to everyone around us. ~ Sammy Davis Jr,
3883:Bore children, and they stop reading. There's no room for self-indulgence or showing off or setting the scene. ~ Mark Haddon,
3884:Caring, whether for children or the dying, shouldn't be instrumental. It should be an intrinsic, moral good. ~ Alison Gopnik,
3885:Children always know when their mothers are crazy - they just never admit it, not out loud, to anyone. ~ Sarah Addison Allen,
3886:Children and fools always speak the truth. The deduction is plain --adults and wise persons never speak it. ~ Mark Twain,
3887:Children are not only sensitive to silence, but also to a voice which calls them ... Out of that silence. ~ Maria Montessori,
3888:Children have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them. ~ James Baldwin,
3889:Children know by instinct that hell is an absence of love, and they can pick out theirs without missing. ~ Flannery O Connor,
3890:Children might or might not be a blessing, but to create them and then fail them was surely damnation ~ Lois McMaster Bujold,
3891:Children need nature for the healthy development of their senses, and therefore, for learning and creativity. ~ Richard Louv,
3892:Children say they are unhappy in every language they have. They say it in silence, and they say it in riots. ~ Jay Griffiths,
3893:Courage: Great Russian word, fit for the songs of our children's children, pure on their tongues, and free. ~ Anna Akhmatova,
3894:Effective teaching involves explaining to our children what they're already observing in our lives by example. ~ C J Mahaney,
3895:GDP does not allow for the health of our children, the quality of their education, or the joy of their play ~ Robert Kennedy,
3896:God, my Heavenly Father, does not have any favorite children. He loves every one of us with the same love. ~ Kenneth E Hagin,
3897:HIV-positive people can lose custody of their children, lose their housing, and face intimate partner violence. ~ Sean Strub,
3898:How often we forget to dedicate ourselves to that which truly matters! We forget that we are children of God. ~ Pope Francis,
3899:I believe that children have to grow up as all-round personalities, but it cannot be at the cost of academics. ~ Nita Ambani,
3900:I can't imagine that my children would have fewer rights, and less access to the safest, best health care. ~ Cecile Richards,
3901:Ideas may be superior to vested interest. They are also very often the children of vested interest. ~ John Kenneth Galbraith,
3902:I don't think people cry reading 'Midnight's Children,' but a lot of people seem to cry watching the movie. ~ Salman Rushdie,
3903:I don't want my children to be what I want them to be. I want them to become everything God created them to be. ~ Jon Gordon,
3904:I have a wife, three children, three dogs, seven cats. I'm not a Franz Kafka, sitting alone and suffering. ~ Stanley Kubrick,
3905:I have seen children dying of hunger. Over against a dying child La Nausee cannot act as a counterweight. ~ Jean Paul Sartre,
3906:I'm a lot more self-confident than I used to be. To some extent I owe that to my children and my husband. ~ Claudia Schiffer,
3907:In his 2005 best seller Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder, he ~ Julie Lythcott Haims,
3908:In the nearly total darkness of a Nighttown noon, who notices a few dozen mad children lost in the rafters? ~ William Gibson,
3909:It is alleged that half a million Spanish men, women and children fled to France after the Franco victory. ~ Martha Gellhorn,
3910:It is only grown-ups who want children to be children; children themselves always want to be real people. ~ Jill Paton Walsh,
3911:It is what it is.” This means we parent our children as our children are, not as we might wish them to be. ~ Shefali Tsabary,
3912:I took no money to make art, but my woman backed me up on it and I want my children to see their father happy. ~ Jason Momoa,
3913:I've never made films for children. That's why children like my films. Nobody wants to be treated as a baby. ~ Michel Ocelot,
3914:I was a terrible father. The most I ever did for my children was to teach them chess. At least they got that. ~ David Bailey,
3915:Life takes its toll on all relationships as careers, children, and crises can pull us away from each other. ~ John M Gottman,
3916:Love is the key. Giving your children joy and happiness...when you give it to them, you will receive it as well. ~ DJ Khaled,
3917:Nothing sobers a wandering philosophical imagination like the thought of having a wife and children to support. ~ John Piper,
3918:Older children who breastfeed are just as likely to be secure, happy, and independent as those who wean earlier. ~ Anonymous,
3919:One can love two children. But your heart can be given romantic love to only a single other, said Woolsey. ~ Cassandra Clare,
3920:People who face too many demands - two careers, two children - often scale back somehow. The Obamas scaled up. ~ Jodi Kantor,
3921:People who smile,” he said, “tend to manage, teach and sell more effectively, and to raise happier children. ~ Dale Carnegie,
3922:Please keep your children at your side. Unattended children will be given a shot of espresso and a puppy. ~ Katie MacAlister,
3923:Rahim Khan laughed. “Children aren’t coloring books. You don’t get to fill them with your favorite colors. ~ Khaled Hosseini,
3924:Raising your children to love and serve Jesus is fulfilling one of God’s highest callings upon your life. ~ Elizabeth George,
3925:Reading with children is an enormous gift to them. It's a great honor to invite children to read with adults. ~ Henri Nouwen,
3926:Rebel children, I urge you, fight the turgid slick of conformity with which they seek to smother your glory. ~ Russell Brand,
3927:SACQUES. Children's Cloaks, Ladies' Breakfast Jackets, Ladies' Pique, Swiss, and Cambric Morning Robes and Walking ~ Various,
3928:Sometimes I get the feeling that I'm stranded in the wrong time where love is just a lyric in a children's rhyme ~ Bil Keane,
3929:Sometimes we make things too complicated when we really need to remember that the kingdom belongs to children. ~ Heidi Baker,
3930:Sometimes, when I look at my children, I say to myself, 'Lillian, you should have remained a virgin.' ~ Lillian Gordy Carter,
3931:The best of God’s saints must drink the wormwood; the dearest of His children must bear the cross. ~ Charles Haddon Spurgeon,
3932:The end of a novel, like the end of children’s dinner-party, must be made up of sweetmeats and sugar-plum ~ Anthony Trollope,
3933:The greatest gifts you can give your children are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence. ~ Denis Waitley,
3934:The Kamasutra warns that conception with women on top can alter the sexuality of the children conceived. ~ Devdutt Pattanaik,
3935:There are times not to flirt. When you're sick. When you're with children. When you're on the witness stand. ~ Joyce Jillson,
3936:There is no greater treasure than a husband who models godliness before his wife and children on a daily basis. ~ Jim George,
3937:There's something incredibly liberating about a holiday that encourages children to take candy from strangers ~ Steve Almond,
3938:The society that destroys its children is eating its own tail, committing suicide in the most perverse way. ~ Jennifer Stone,
3939:Think what cowards men would be if they had to bear children. Women are altogether a superior species. ~ George Bernard Shaw,
3940:Those who have the most wealth and the most property, their children have the first, the best, and the most. ~ Jesse Jackson,
3941:Though children can accept adults as adults, adults can never accept children as anything but adults too. ~ William Faulkner,
3942:We named all our children Kid. Well, they have different first names, like Hey Kid, You Kid, Dumb Kid . . . ~ Phyllis Diller,
3943:What is it about grandparents that is so lovely? I'd like to say that grandparents are God's gifts to children. ~ Bill Cosby,
3944:What we are doing to the future of our children, and the other species on the planet, is a clear moral issue. ~ James Hansen,
3945:When you write for very young children what they want is something familiar and safe and stereotyped. ~ Helena Bonham Carter,
3946:Where there are children, people become neighbors; they don't merely hold property adjacent to one another. ~ Diana Trilling,
3947:Whether it's making a film or raising my children, personally I'm striving to do the right things and to learn. ~ Tom Cruise,
3948:You know that you are a teacher when you spend more money on school stuff than you do on your own children. ~ Jeff Foxworthy,
3949:About 1900 my parents came to the United States as children from what was then the Polish area of Russia. ~ Martin Lewis Perl,
3950:Adolescents are still children in that they can't yet tell the difference between make believe and fiction. ~ Heather O Neill,
3951:All his thoughts were running riot, like rowdy children, and he wanted them to stop and leave him alone. He ~ Phaedra Patrick,
3952:All your children shall be taught by the LORD, and great shall be the peace of your children. ISAIAH 54:13 ~ Stormie Omartian,
3953:Almost 24 million children - one in three - are likely growing up without their father involved in their lives. ~ Arne Duncan,
3954:And what did you say?” “I said I think that all children do better with happy parents than married parents. ~ Caroline Kepnes,
3955:As I get older I'm starting to sense that being a grown-up isn't nearly as much fun as children want to believe. ~ Wendy Mass,
3956:As long as there are flowers and children and birds in the world, have no fears: everything will be fine. ~ Nikos Kazantzakis,
3957:A woman should be home with the children, building that home and making sure there's a secure family atmosphere. ~ Mel Gibson,
3958:But for a girl I think she ought to have lots of minor accomplishments and pass them on to her children. ~ F Scott Fitzgerald,
3959:Children have neither past nor future; and that which seldom happens to us, they rejoice in the present. ~ Jean de la Bruyere,
3960:Children, love one another, and if that is not possible-at least try to put up with one another. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
3961:Children might or might not be a blessing, but to create them and then fail them was surely damnation. ~ Lois McMaster Bujold,
3962:Children rarely follow parental advice unless it is acted out repeatedly. It’s called being an example. ~ Richelle E Goodrich,
3963:Children used to be outside. Now the streets are empty. People are indoors looking at television or something. ~ Helen Levitt,
3964:Children who eat breakfast are statistically more likely to do well at school than children who skip breakfast. ~ Nessa Carey,
3965:Cloning looks like a degrading of parenthood and a perversion of the right relation between parents and children. ~ Leon Kass,
3966:Communicating is like that, because the way we communicate with our children shows how we feel about ourselves. ~ Brian Tracy,
3967:Conservatives have been using poor black and Latino children as mascots in the voucher crusade for a decade. ~ Cynthia Tucker,
3968:'Doctor Who' was my first telly job, and before that I did a lot of theatre in education, children's theatre. ~ Sophie Aldred,
3969:Fairy tales have always got to have something a bit scary for children - as long as you make them laugh as well. ~ Roald Dahl,
3970:Final statement: Not all women want marriage and children; many want only orgasms and pets. Never forget that. ~ Paulo Coelho,
3971:Growing up I was involved in children's theater, so I was definitely on the path to be an actor and a singer. ~ Victor Garber,
3972:Growth and strength come through suffering. Without suffering, humankind would be no better than children. ~ Christina Farley,
3973:Having no children had been a kind of choice up to the moment when, from a choice, it became a sadness. ~ Bernardo Bertolucci,
3974:Hearing the faraway sounds of children at recess makes me understand that I am no longer life's main character. ~ Alec Sulkin,
3975:He gave us a chin dip in greeting, but we were both too busy acting like we were Dracula’s children to care. ~ Mariana Zapata,
3976:He strove to integrate us,” said Eve, “but he, or we, failed. We are ineluctably children of the Beta Gods. ~ Neal Stephenson,
3977:Hillary Clinton worked with Marian Wright Edelman in Children's Defense Fund. That's all you need to do know. ~ Rush Limbaugh,
3978:I also want to encourage anybody who was affected by Hurricane Corina to make sure their children are in school. ~ Laura Bush,
3979:I am thinking about chess in schools in particular. In the USA more than 3200 children competed in an event. ~ Anatoly Karpov,
3980:I ask my children (all of them) to be what they want to be; just be the best they can at what they choose. ~ Richard Marcinko,
3981:I do not make films primarily for children. I make them for the child in all of us, whether we be six or sixty. ~ Walt Disney,
3982:I doubt that Congress would pass on the opportunity to make sure that our children were safe from terrorists. ~ Louis J Freeh,
3983:I feel bad for anyone who can’t have children, my mom once emailed me.  What will they do for aggravation? ~ Arlene Schindler,
3984:If I were a Brazilian without land or money or the means to feed my children, I would be burning the rain forest too. ~ Sting,
3985:If we go ahead with it...if you say yes...how do we tell our children that we fell in love after I kidnapped you? ~ R C Lewis,
3986:If you don't move to protect copyright, if you don't move to protect our children, it's not going to sit well ~ Barbara Boxer,
3987:I have frequently gained my first real insight into the character of parents by studying their children. ~ Arthur Conan Doyle,
3988:I led my schoolmates in collecting pennies. We wanted to donate the pennies to the starving children in America. ~ Anchee Min,
3989:I'm not busy... a woman with three children under the age of 10 wouldn't think my schedule looked so busy. ~ Garrison Keillor,
3990:I'm sure he knows you love him. All fathers know that
children sometimes say things they really don't mean. ~ Kerstin Gier,
3991:I think all mothers are a nightmare - i don't think you can have children and not lose your goddamn mind. ~ Jennifer Lawrence,
3992:It is horrific even to think that there are children, victims of abortion, who will never see the light of day ~ Pope Francis,
3993:It's bad enough I have to be trapped in a car with you children. You'll do your best not to act like children. ~ Rachel Caine,
3994:It's easier to see children as mini adults than it is to imagine or to remember what it is to be a child again. ~ Mara Wilson,
3995:It's nice to be immortal. Film has given us immortality. Now my children are going to appreciate Tarzan. ~ Maureen O Sullivan,
3996:It’s the greatest legacy you could ever leave your children or your loved ones: the history of how you felt. ~ Simon Van Booy,
3997:I would like people to stop pressuring children to make friends. Friendships can’t be artificially created. ~ Naoki Higashida,
3998:I would not encourage children or teens to multitask because we don't know where those efforts may lead. ~ Marilyn vos Savant,
3999:lesson many other parents have learned – it’s usually your children who wound you the most ferociously. Finally ~ Terry Hayes,
4000:Measures of self-government and a school council, especially for such young children, were a great innovation. ~ Dora Russell,
4001:Most children in the world go to schools in two shifts, there's a morning shift and an afternoon shift. ~ Nicholas Negroponte,
4002:Most children threaten at times to run away from home. This is the only thing that keeps some parents going. ~ Phyllis Diller,
4003:My children are all doing just fine. The mountain dogs are great in this weather. The yorkies are freezing. ~ Catherine Crier,
4004:My children give me a great sense of wonder. Just to see them develop into these extraordinary human beings. ~ Robin Williams,
4005:Nice people like them by children like him and raise them as pets. But he didn't want to be a pet today. ~ John Elder Robison,
4006:No one ever does live happily ever after, but we leave the children to find that out for themselves, don’t we? ~ Stephen King,
4007:no one truly belongs to the church and is counted among God’s children, unless he first becomes a new man. This ~ John Calvin,
4008:Our heavenly Father never takes anything from His children unless He means to give them something better. ~ Bruce H Wilkinson,
4009:Parents have too little respect for their children, just as the children have too much for the parents. ~ Ivy Compton Burnett,
4010:parents who read widely together with their children are going to be those who most influence their children, ~ Gladys M Hunt,
4011:Patty believed that parents have a duty to teach their children how to recognize reality when they see it. ~ Jonathan Franzen,
4012:Permit Sweet Mother,that we be, Now & for ever more, Thy simple children, loving Thee More & still more. ~ The Mother,
4013:See how great a love the Father has bestowed on us, That we would be called the Children of God; and such we are. ~ Anonymous,
4014:She wondered if this was true of every parent: if, prior to having children, they all used to be someone else. ~ Jodi Picoult,
4015:Since no one is always right, always being right is really a role model for his children feeling inadequate. ~ Warren Farrell,
4016:Soon the two children will walk down Edgehill Road from the bus stop like burros under their knapsacks, ~ Elizabeth Alexander,
4017:Such are the foolish dreams of idealistic children who believe that anything can possibly get better over time. ~ Joseph Fink,
4018:That’s why I tell the children not to chew gum. First it’s gum, then rock music, then marijuana and . . . ~ Martin Cruz Smith,
4019:The difference between children and adults is: adults have lots of problems and the young have one big problem. ~ Gabe Habash,
4020:The miracle is that your children will love you with all your imperfections if you can do the same for them. ~ Harriet Lerner,
4021:The most interesting information comes from children, for they tell all they know and then stop. Mark Twain ~ Gerd Gigerenzer,
4022:the presence of children in the household almost tripled a tenant’s odds of receiving an eviction judgment. ~ Matthew Desmond,
4023:There are so many ebbs and flows in life, but when you're raising small children, your family means everything. ~ Uma Thurman,
4024:There is always the fantasy of maternal love, but it does not accommodate a mother's fear of her children. ~ Stephanie Bishop,
4025:the secret world never leaves you—it’s always waiting in the darkness, ready to gather its children back again. ~ Terry Hayes,
4026:When giving treats to friends or children, give them what they like, emphatically not what is good for them. ~ G K Chesterton,
4027:Will you explain to me why people encourage delusional behaviour in children, and medicate it in adults? ~ Barbara Kingsolver,
4028:Without a word, one of the boys chose five children, and they slipped into the forest as silent as shadows. ~ Andrew Peterson,
4029:Women and children knew deep in themselves that no misfortune was too great to bear if their men were whole. ~ John Steinbeck,
4030:You know the only people who are always sure about the proper way to raise children? Those who've never had any. ~ Bill Cosby,
4031:You make learning fun. Like a children’s book or after school special. Tell me about your…um, Athenian women. ~ Richelle Mead,
4032:Your children are not your children, they come through you, but they are life itself, wanting to express itself. ~ Wayne Dyer,
4033:Your children tell you casually years later what it would have killed you with worry to know at the time. ~ Mignon McLaughlin,
4034:According to Ethiopian custom, parents wait to name a baby because children often die in the first weeks of life. ~ Bill Gates,
4035:All nations teach their children to be "patriotic", and abuse the other nations for fostering nationalism. ~ Richard Aldington,
4036:An author who speaks about their own books is almost as bad as a mother who speaks about her own children. ~ Benjamin Disraeli,
4037:An aware parent loves all children he or she interacts with - for you are a caretaker for those moments in time. ~ Doc Childre,
4038:Any man who, having a child or children he can't support, proceeds to have another should be sterilized at once. ~ H L Mencken,
4039:As one successful parent said about raising children, 'Treat them all the same by treating them differently. ~ Stephen R Covey,
4040:As one successful parent said about raising children, “Treat them all the same by treating them differently. ~ Stephen R Covey,
4041:Being a grandmother is a wonderful thing, so my advice is skip the children. Go straight to the grandchildren. ~ Alison Gopnik,
4042:Children are remarkable creatures, hurtling through savage landscapes of sudden laughter and sharp heartbreaks. ~ Lyndsay Faye,
4043:Children have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them. ~ James A Baldwin,
4044:Children’s parties were obviously places where any angel with an ounce of common sense should fear to tread. ~ Terry Pratchett,
4045:Children who are resilient often have an appearance of a Teflon coating: nothing seems to faze these children. ~ Asa Don Brown,
4046:Deficits are like putting dynamite in the hands of children. They can get out of control very quickly. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb,
4047:Don't be discouraged if your children reject your advice. Years later they will offer it to their own offspring. ~ Oscar Wilde,
4048:For a man's counsel cannot have equal weight or worth, when he alone has no children to risk in the general danger. ~ Pericles,
4049:How can she expect her children to dream as big as the stars if they can't lift their heads to gaze upon them? ~ Josh Malerman,
4050:How can she expect her children to dream as big as the stars if they can’t lift their heads to gaze upon them? ~ Josh Malerman,
4051:How can you be a recluse in a house full of children, even if you had the inclination to be, which I don't? ~ Daniel Day Lewis,
4052:How much they knew, these new children. How concentrated their knowledge of every mechanism, except for life. ~ Richard Powers,
4053:Human beings were made for music. Its thrill and rapture are picked up almost immediately by little children ~ Edward O Wilson,
4054:I ache, I rattle with supplements, and my grandchildren cannot believe I have ever been anything but prehistoric. ~ Jojo Moyes,
4055:I am determined that my children should have no financial security. It ruins people not having to earn money. ~ Nigella Lawson,
4056:I am now of the opinion that children should first be taught the art of drawing before learning how to write. ~ Mahatma Gandhi,
4057:I can say, particularly as a mother of four small children. I can talk about the coarsening of our culture. ~ Kellyanne Conway,
4058:I don't have children, but I imagine if parents are really pushed on the subject, they probably have favorite children. ~ Moby,
4059:I don't think parents always know where their children are going or what they are doing, what they are up to. ~ Nicholas Hoult,
4060:If children are different from us, they are more spontaneous. Grown-up lives have become overlaid with dross. ~ Maurice Sendak,
4061:If I hadn't had my children, I wouldn't have written more and better, I would have written less and worse. ~ Margaret Laurence,
4062:I find children inspiring. The way they look at the world. The magical world they live in, to me, is inspiring. ~ Nicolas Cage,
4063:if you protect your children from the pain of irresponsibility, you set them up for many struggles in adulthood. ~ Henry Cloud,
4064:If you want intelligent children give them a book. If you want more intelligent children give them more books. ~ Jackie French,
4065:I hope our children look like you. They would be beautiful then. I don’t want ugly children. I’m very shallow. ~ Tiffany Reisz,
4066:I loved writing for kids, I loved talking to children about what I'd written, I don't want to leave that behind. ~ J K Rowling,
4067:I'm glad that Christian parents let their children worship the devil at least one night out of the year. ~ Anton Szandor LaVey,
4068:Impertinent children ought to be given six coats of shellac and set up in public places as a warning to others. ~ Alan Bradley,
4069:I only included things that everybody likes, like violence, flowers, children, women, friendship and death. ~ Tomonobu Itagaki,
4070:I thought about adults. I wondered if that was true: if they were all really children wrapped in adult bodies... ~ Neil Gaiman,
4071:It is a spiritually impoverished nation that permits infants and children to be the poorest Americans. ~ Marian Wright Edelman,
4072:it is important that children not be taught in such a way that they will later need to unlearn many things. We ~ Marcus J Borg,
4073:It is not a bad thing that children should occasionally, and politely, put parents in their place. ~ Sidonie Gabrielle Colette,
4074:It's the sacrifice I'm not willing to make right now to leave my children because I felt it wasn't only my choice. ~ Joan Chen,
4075:It takes a strong man to accept somebody else's children and step up to the plate another man left on the table. ~ Ray Johnson,
4076:It takes no courage to make war, particularly if you're not going to go and your children are not going to go. ~ Robert Scheer,
4077:I've always said I've got the coolest fans, and I brag about you like grandchildren when I talk to other artists. ~ John Mayer,
4078:I’ve always treated my children as beings in their own right. I respect their feelings and aspirations entirely. ~ Grace Kelly,
4079:I want a certain thing for my children. I just want to be in their life. I don't want nannies raising my kids. ~ Travis Barker,
4080:I want to die at age a hundred and one, in my own bed, surrounded by grown children and fat grandbabies.… ~ Susan Elia MacNeal,
4081:Look at how great a love the Father has given us, that we should be called God’s children. And we are! 1 John 3:1 ~ Beth Moore,
4082:Meanwhile the children were tucked snug in their beds,
while visions of candy corn
danced in their heads. ~ Natasha Wing,
4083:Most people think of ballet as children in little tutus. They don't know it is sweat, blood and tears as well! ~ Ronan Keating,
4084:My fantasy for children's television is that it's not really children's television, it's everybody's television. ~ Steve Burns,
4085:Nature wants children to be children before men... Childhood has its own seeing, thinking and feeling. ~ Jean Jacques Rousseau,
4086:Of course you wanted your children to have it better than you had. But at what point was it not better at all? ~ Philipp Meyer,
4087:parents of small children must perforce have an entirely different sense of irony than unimpaired humankind. ~ Neal Stephenson,
4088:Reform Jews are the children of Conservative Jews, or as they are sometimes known, Christians with curlier hair. ~ Jon Stewart,
4089:Someone should tell Jesus,” I said. “I mean, it’s gotta be dangerous, storing children with cancer in your heart. ~ John Green,
4090:Sometimes a good husband came along with his family, peacefully. But usually the women and children were alone. ~ D H Lawrence,
4091:Soon, both of the Dawson children would be slaughtered, reduced to nothing more than bloody mounds of dead meat. ~ Dean Koontz,
4092:The degenerative processes in children have their chief encouragement in the equally defective home surroundings. ~ Caleb Carr,
4093:There’s no question about it: consistency is crucial when it comes to raising and disciplining our children. ~ Daniel J Siegel,
4094:There’s nothing like watching your children grow up, watching them become the people God created them to be. ~ Karen Kingsbury,
4095:The rules of parenting have changed. By the modern definition, we were a generation of neglected children. ~ Richard Linklater,
4096:The stories in the Fairy Books have generally been such as old women in country places tell to their grandchildren ~ Anonymous,
4097:We should have high expectations of our children, but politicians should not tell teachers how to meet them. ~ Charles Kennedy,
4098:We spend billions on banks when we know that a fraction of this money could save all the children in the world. ~ Desmond Tutu,
4099:Whenever I hear anything described as a heartless assault on our children, I tend to think it’s a good idea. ~ William Kristol,
4100:When we get civilised, I believe children will go by number until they get old enough to choose their own names. ~ Myrtle Reed,
4101:When you have kids you do grow up. I have just started realising it now-it changes the world, having children. ~ David Beckham,
4102:When your children are teenagers, it's important to have a dog so that someone in the house is happy to see you. ~ Nora Ephron,
4103:You will wake up at forty with no husband, no children, and no career if you don’t learn to engage with the world. ~ Anonymous,
4104:Although I played a lot of computer games in my 20s, now I have children of my own I hate them with a passion. ~ Tom Hodgkinson,
4105:A MOTHER IS HER CHILDREN’S FIRST TEACHER. HER RELATIONSHIP WITH HER CHILDREN BEGINS WHEN THEY ARE IN THE WOMB. ~ Iyanla Vanzant,
4106:As soon as children find something that interests them they lose their instability and learn to concentrate. ~ Maria Montessori,
4107:At the center of everything we call 'the arts,' and children call 'play,' is something which seems somehow alive. ~ Lynda Barry,
4108:By starving our children of men, we have made them more vulnerable to the very abuse we are trying to prevent. ~ Warren Farrell,
4109:Children and barbarians have clear ideas of justice due to them, but no idea at all of justice due from them. ~ Murray Leinster,
4110:children
when they ask you
why is your mama so funny
say
she is a poet
she don't have no sense ~ Lucille Clifton,
4111:Children called Joseph, Cameron, William and Jake are naughtier than those called Jacob, Daniel, Thomas and James. ~ John Lloyd,
4112:Children play earnestly as if it were work. But people grow up, and they work with a sorrow upon them. It's duty. ~ Mary Oliver,
4113:Children’s laughter—carefree, giddy, maniacal—filled the woods. A nightmare version of some game from his youth. ~ Blake Crouch,
4114:Conquering enemy cities was far less complicated than the women in his life, or the children they bore for him. ~ Conn Iggulden,
4115:Education-whether its object be children or adults, individuals or an entire people-consists in creating motives. ~ Simone Weil,
4116:EMPRESS OF GRAVES MAIDEN OF STEEL DEVOURER OF CHILDREN QUEEN OF GRIEF SHE WHO CLOVE THE EARTH IN TWAIN ~ Robert Jackson Bennett,
4117:Few parents have the courage and independence to care more for their children's happiness than for their success. ~ Erich Fromm,
4118:For someone who didn’t want children, Erika had a wealth of parenting expertise she felt obliged to share. You ~ Liane Moriarty,
4119:God loves his children more than any earthly parent, so think what your kindness to his children means to him. ~ Henry B Eyring,
4120:Having children is a lottery and you never know what you are going to draw out. Perhaps it is as well I got none. ~ G B Edwards,
4121:How long will you be gone?” he asked, feigning interest. It was a Saturday morning, and the children surrounded ~ Melissa Brown,
4122:Humans are the only animals that have children on purpose with the exception of guppies, who like to eat theirs. ~ P J O Rourke,
4123:I am not very tough with raising my children, but you can argue that to be more tough will help your children. ~ Lars von Trier,
4124:I am the youngest of 14 children, so I rarely got a chance to speak. If I have an opportunity for talking, I talk ~ Celine Dion,
4125:If a way to a man’s heart was through his stomach, surely the way to a mother’s heart was through her children. ~ Barbara Neely,
4126:If you, as a parent, raise your children well, they won't need you anymore. If you did it properly, they go away. ~ Neil Gaiman,
4127:I have never once regretted missing a business opportunity so that I could be with my children and grandchildren. ~ Mitt Romney,
4128:I just did a picture book called The Wildest Brother on Earth, and you will find both of my children in there. ~ Cornelia Funke,
4129:I know what "custody" [of the children] means. "Get even." That's all custody means. Get even with your old lady. ~ Lenny Bruce,
4130:In peace children inter their parents, war violates the order of nature and causes parents to inter their children. ~ Herodotus,
4131:I think Douglas [Adams] is writing with an eye to irony for adults at the same time as entertaining children. ~ Richard Dawkins,
4132:I think that it's really, really funny to see adult themes in a genre that's usually directed towards children. ~ John DiMaggio,
4133:It is a very important matter, as a woman, to juggle everything... Your professional life, family, children etc. ~ Sonia Rykiel,
4134:It is ever the lot of children to accept their circumstances as universal, and their particularities as general. ~ M T Anderson,
4135:Knowledge of peace passes from country to country, like children's games, which are so much alike, everywhere. ~ Yehuda Amichai,
4136:Like many Indian children, I grew up on the vast, varied, and fascinating tales of the Mahabharat. ~ Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni,
4137:Lovers, children, heroes, none of them do we fantasize as extravagantly as we fantasize our parents. ~ Francine du Plessix Gray,
4138:Missing a nose. With these children Santa has to be careful not to ask, "And what would you like for Christmas? ~ David Sedaris,
4139:Moses, who said to the children of Israel, Wear your galoshes; I never did this trick before. Never got a dinner! ~ Red Buttons,
4140:My husband has spent more time with our children than I have. I don't think they're better or worse off. ~ Anne Marie Slaughter,
4141:Only children, fools, and cowards would allow a company to treat them as if prices were set by customers. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
4142:Our children need to know that the quality of their inner life will manifest in their external circumstances. ~ Shefali Tsabary,
4143:People talk to old people like they're children.'Oh you're very old aren't you?' Yeah I'm old. I'm not stupid. ~ Craig Ferguson,
4144:people were usually too absorbed in their own needs or unwilling to be inconvenienced by someone else’s children. ~ Sarah Price,
4145:Sadly, the unlived lives of parents sometimes push their children toward destinies not of their own choosing. ~ Ian Morgan Cron,
4146:She announced her age right away, for children consider their ages every bit as important as their names. ~ Trenton Lee Stewart,
4147:Some perfect wife I am. I've been married four times, divorced four times, have no children, and can't boil an egg. ~ Myrna Loy,
4148:. . .standards are for: They establish what children should know, not how they are taught or measured. ~ Hillary Rodham Clinton,
4149:STRANGELOVE REPRODUCTION: Having children to make up for the fact that one no longer believes in the future. ~ Douglas Coupland,
4150:...Studies have found that children who witness abuse are more likely to accept relationships that are abusive. ~ Asa Don Brown,
4151:The abortion controversy is important for what it says about our stance toward procreation and children altogether. ~ Leon Kass,
4152:The biggest lesson I learned from my dad is to support children even if they're doing something that is unorthodox. ~ Tony Hawk,
4153:their children develop an internal working model in which they figure they have to take care of themselves. They ~ David Brooks,
4154:The man was a hero. He had given his life to save not just his son and Gabz, but all the children of the town. ~ David Walliams,
4155:The primary goal in the education of children is to teach, and to give the example of, a virtuous life. ~ Saint John Chrysostom,
4156:There are fathers who do not love their children; there exists no grandfather who does not adore his grandson. At ~ Victor Hugo,
4157:There is considerable evidence that women's education and literacy tend to reduce the mortality rates of children ~ Amartya Sen,
4158:There was an old Woman who lived in a shoe She had so many children Her government subsidy check came to $4,892. ~ Sam Levenson,
4159:There, where neither your children nor your spouse shall accompany you, the Name of the Lord shall emancipate you. ~ Guru Nanak,
4160:The separation of a childless couple is dramatic, but the separation of a couple with children is always tragic. ~ Louis Garrel,
4161:The world goes on, little Seri," he said. "A soldier never dies. His blood makes the grass green for his children. ~ Carol Berg,
4162:This year, consumers will spend $1 billion on children's costumes and $1.4 billion on adult costumes, says the NRF. ~ Anonymous,
4163:To not want children or not be considerate of them is a very unwomanly thing to be, from a certain point of view. ~ Ruth Wilson,
4164:We're talking about the chemical lobotomy. We're talking about the chemical straightjacketing of our children. ~ Michael Savage,
4165:We want our children to live in an America...that isn't threatened by the destructive power of a warming planet. ~ Barack Obama,
4166:We were still children and residing in the mosque from morning to evening. We were about to turn into monsters. ~ M F Moonzajer,
4167:Whatever the era...one thing will never change: Fathers and mothers, if you have children, they must come first. ~ Barbara Bush,
4168:When you kill a man, You steal a life. You steal his wife's right to a husband, Rob his children of a father. ~ Khaled Hosseini,
4169:Who among us would ask our children for a loan, so we could spend money we do not have on things we do not need? ~ Bobby Jindal,
4170:You can't just say there is a god because the world is beautiful. You have to account for bone cancer in children ~ Stephen Fry,
4171:Your children are French-born citizens,” the policeman said. “You may leave them here. They’re not on my list. ~ Kristin Hannah,
4172:You will never be tougher than you are now. Children are the toughest creatures on the planet. They endure. ~ Katherine Rundell,
4173:ALL FAMILIES INVENT THEIR PARENTS AND CHILDREN, GIVE each of them a story, character, fate, and even a language. ~ Edward W Said,
4174:A man's primary duty in life is to earn his own living, but to what purpose if he did not have a wife and children? ~ Mario Puzo,
4175:A Michigan school board trustee has resigned after a flippant comment about “shooting” children with food allergies. ~ Anonymous,
4176:And you have three children, bless them. “Remember your own and you’ll forget the next man’s,” my mother says. ~ Sholom Aleichem,
4177:Anyone who's a parent dreads that call in the middle of the night. I have four grown children and I still dread it. ~ Tony Dungy,
4178:At some point as adults we cease to be our parents’ children and we become our children’s parents instead. What ~ William Landay,
4179:But I spose the women and the children was the closest. There’s something about the men just stops them being able. ~ Tim Winton,
4180:Carry me on and on to the edge of the earth, with children's laughter like a wind - full sail, then carry me beyond ~ Eowyn Ivey,
4181:Children always turn towards the light. Oh that grown-up people in this world became like little children! ~ Julius Charles Hare,
4182:Children are the most wholesome part of the race, the sweetest, for they are the freshest from the hand of god. ~ Herbert Hoover,
4183:Children can be happy when their parents are miserable. But a parent is never happier than her unhappiest child. ~ Laura Lippman,
4184:Children, if you can’t be nice to each other, please don’t say anything at all,” Susan says in a motherly tone. ~ Tracy Lorraine,
4185:[Children] receive direct instruction from time to time about the appropriateness of various social comparisons ~ Albert Bandura,
4186:Children seem naturally drawn to poetry - it's some combination of the rhyme, rhythm, and the words themselves. ~ Jack Prelutsky,
4187:Children treat things as if money grew on trees. Adults treat the environment as if trees grew from money. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
4188:Children who are read to learn two things: First, that reading is worthwhile, and second, that they are worthwhile. ~ Laura Bush,
4189:Clearly, children's charities struggle to find private sources of money to sustain their benevolent programs. ~ Dana Rohrabacher,
4190:Craig and Dani James of thewidewideworld .com took their two children on a yearlong trip around the world in 2008. ~ Matt Kepnes,
4191:Don't educate your children to be rich. Educate them to be happy, so they know the value of things, not the price. ~ Victor Hugo,
4192:Earthquakes would be great if they could hit specific areas, like the parent lounge at a children's beauty pageant. ~ Dana Gould,
4193:For example, one of the most powerful ways we connect with our children is simply by physically touching them. ~ Daniel J Siegel,
4194:God is not partial. All His children have His total Love, and all His gifts are freely given to everyone alike. ~ Helen Schucman,
4195:His objective was to achieve something which the dead, the living, and the children yet unborn would approve of ~ Tim Pat Coogan,
4196:How do children do that? Jacob wondered. Not only enter rooms silently, but at the worst possible moment. ~ Jonathan Safran Foer,
4197:I am determined that my children shall be brought up in their father's religion, if they can find out what it is. ~ Charles Lamb,
4198:I and the public know What all schoolchildren learn, Those to whom evil is done Do evil in return.   —W. H. AUDEN ~ John le Carr,
4199:If we are meant to "love thy neighbor as theyself," then surely we should love the world's children as our own. ~ Audrey Hepburn,
4200:If we don't make tough decisions today our children are going to have to make much, much tougher decisions tomorrow. ~ Paul Ryan,
4201:If you are watching fanatically over the morality of your children you may yourself be not completely in order. ~ Janusz Korczak,
4202:If you don't write your books, there will be graveyards full of children.
(LDStorymakers Conference, May 2015) ~ Brandon Mull,
4203:If you want to find somebody and you want to be married and you want to have children, don't make it a rock star. ~ Stevie Nicks,
4204:I have had five phenomenal children, a great husband and, even though we are separated, we are good friends. ~ Maureen Forrester,
4205:I have no choices left to me at all. I shall marry my cousin, sire children, and do all that is expected of me. ~ Bertrice Small,
4206:I like all my work equally. I look at the projects as children. I look at the experience more than the end result. ~ Lee Daniels,
4207:I love having a big family. I think it's easier, oddly, in some ways, having three children as opposed to one. ~ Patrick Dempsey,
4208:I'm not good at talking to strangers, whether they're sick children or they're - I'm just not good. I'm shy with it. ~ Sean Penn,
4209:I'm not terribly conversant with children's literature in general. I tend to read books for adults, being an adult. ~ Lois Lowry,
4210:I'm not the type to turn to drugs and alcohol, but I do have a profound devotion to art and music - and children. ~ Rosanne Cash,
4211:I'm the star of stage, screen, and television now, but I'm also available for children's parties and bar mitzvahs. ~ Chris Isaak,
4212:I need to stop carving out four-hour chunks to do random things and go home and watch my children grow up. ~ Neil Patrick Harris,
4213:In peace, children inter their parents; war violates the order of nature and causes parents to inter their children. ~ Herodotus,
4214:In that day, we didn't have no remote controls and vacuum cleaners. If you wanted all that stuff you had children! ~ Tyler Perry,
4215:It reminded me of how children always thought too big; how the world tackled and chiseled them to keep them safe. ~ Lorrie Moore,
4216:It's clear to me that if we raise children with no moral compass, we are planting the seeds of our own destruction. ~ Glenn Beck,
4217:It warmed my heart that my children had the right priorities: their skills, their images, their views on YouTube. ~ Rick Riordan,
4218:I was always very determined, as was my husband, that we wouldn't let any of our children act when they were young. ~ Jane Asher,
4219:I was never fearful or scared. I knew God had me and my wife and children knew it as well so we just marched. ~ Kwame Kilpatrick,
4220:I was not a beater of children and as a consequence I've always been, I think, very agreeable and co-operative. ~ Edmund Hillary,
4221:Love as a relation between men and women was ruined by the desire to make sure of the legitimacy of children. ~ Bertrand Russell,
4222:Men who wield great violence at home against their wives and children are invariably people of weak character. ~ Haruki Murakami,
4223:MIMI HAD ARRANGED A spot for Wei Jia in the children’s ward of the Peking University Health Center Number Three, ~ Peter Hessler,
4224:My children are living, thinking human beings. It isn't in my power to regret them, for they belong to themselves. ~ Rachel Cusk,
4225:My children hate me being such a big star. It's very hard for them to have a father who is always in the public eye. ~ Brian May,
4226:My humanity, in common with all of God's children, gives the greatest flight to my full range of my possibilities. ~ Arthur Ashe,
4227:My mother thought of my father as half barbarian and half blunt instrument, and she isolated him from his children. ~ Pat Conroy,
4228:my tribe: raped children, working-class girls, and those raised to both love and hate their own as I had been. ~ Dorothy Allison,
4229:Nature fits all her children with something to do, he who would write and can't write, can surely review. ~ James Russell Lowell,
4230:No one I know is actually so rude as to tell me I've become duller since having children. But I'm sure they think it. ~ Jo Brand,
4231:Nothing about them looked evil at all, unless they were about to force that ice cream on some diabetic children. ~ Richelle Mead,
4232:One avoids Creolisms. Some families completely forbid Creole and mothers ridicule their children for speaking it. ~ Frantz Fanon,
4233:One recent study found that domestic violence against women and children alone costs the global economy $4 trillion. ~ Anonymous,
4234:One significant thing that you can do for your children is to invest some time into taking them out into nature. ~ Jaggi Vasudev,
4235:Only after the Last Judgment will Mary get any rest; from now until then, she is much too busy with her children. ~ John Vianney,
4236:Our children need to see and hear about more black role models in many fields so they can make better choices. ~ Benjamin Carson,
4237:Parenting is a negative thing. Keep your children from killing themselves, or anyone else, and hope for the best. ~ Erma Bombeck,
4238:People think writing a children's book is something you could do in an afternoon but it's actually really hard. ~ David Walliams,
4239:People who are pro smacking children say, 'It's the only language they understand.' You could apply that to tourists. ~ Jack Dee,
4240:Poor people shouldn’t have to prove how much they deserve to have a roof over their heads and feed their children. ~ Ijeoma Oluo,
4241:Probably these children were not demonic. Possibly they were quite typical. But collectively, they were hell. ~ Charlaine Harris,
4242:Remember, children. For every exit, there is also an entrance. ~ Milligan, The Mysterious Benedict Society ~ Trenton Lee Stewart,
4243:Sentiment can turn afterlife into a fairy tale for children, and I prefer this to Edmé’s theory of oblivion. ~ Daphne du Maurier,
4244:Some parents damage their children, but that does not mean that all troubled children have incompetent parents. In ~ Sue Klebold,
4245:Sometimes I'm ancient. I'm afraid of children my own age. They kill each other. Did it always use to be that way? ~ Ray Bradbury,
4246:Take some time to write down what you see your children enjoying, what you see them learning and so on. However, ~ Pam Laricchia,
4247:The benefits kids get from watching "Sesame Street" can be as powerful as the ones children get from preschool. ~ Julie Roginsky,
4248:The end of a novel, like the end of a children's dinner-party, must be made up of sweetmeats and sugar-plums. ~ Anthony Trollope,
4249:The example of parents is the greatest teacher. Parents must stand out as models of happiness to their children. ~ Robert Muller,
4250:The most extraordinary thing in the world is an ordinary man and an ordinary woman and their ordinary children. ~ G K Chesterton,
4251:The original Mickey Mouse Club, established in the '30s, was designed to attract children to movie theaters. ~ Annette Funicello,
4252:There is nothing more boring for an intelligent woman than to spend endless amounts of time with small children. ~ Doris Lessing,
4253:There should be a children's song: 'If you're happy and you know it, keep it to yourself and let your dad sleep'. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
4254:The secret to raising children is to love them... And teach them to operate in a way you can tolerate them the best. ~ Bob Saget,
4255:they were not forty children conducting themselves like one, but every child was conducting itself like forty. ~ Charles Dickens,
4256:This is what a woman is: unadorned, after children and work and age, and experience-these are the marks of living. ~ Zadie Smith,
4257:Too many children in foster care are falling through cracks. Be a hero, take the time learn about adoption today. ~ Bruce Willis,
4258:We are His children, each knit together as we should be. We must go by the name our Father has given us. Beloved. ~ Lisa Wingate,
4259:We are storytelling creatures, and as children we acquire language to tell those stories that we have inside us. ~ Jerome Bruner,
4260:We create our work for children not because they're "cute," but because they're human beings, deserving of respect. ~ Mo Willems,
4261:We have obligations towards the innocent, the dead, towards the living, towards our children and their children. ~ Ricardo Lagos,
4262:We need to teach the next generation of children from day one that they are responsible for their lives. ~ Elisabeth Kubler Ross,
4263:We nourish the bodies of our children and friends and employees, but how seldom do we nourish their self-esteem? ~ Dale Carnegie,
4264:We should make it a crime even to attempt to pollute. Our children should grow up next to parks, not poison. ~ William J Clinton,
4265:What a world this is, he thought. Children put us to shame with their pluck, and are shot in the back for it. ~ Frances Hardinge,
4266:Why frighten little children with the dark when one can quiet them with it and lead them into dreams? ~ Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky,
4267:You can't just say there is a god because the world is beautiful. You have to account for bone cancer in children. ~ Stephen Fry,
4268:You will wake up at forty with no husband, no children, and no career if you don’t learn to engage with the world. ~ Lauren Kate,
4269:After all, the rich get richer and the poor get children. Which is okay so long as lots of them starve in infancy. ~ John Brunner,
4270:[ Alfred Kinsey] was sexually abusing those children and had sex abusers working for him to stimulate the babies. ~ Peter Breggin,
4271:all children have the power to change their parents, and Sonny turned his father into a highly successful crook. ~ Salman Rushdie,
4272:Black people love their children with a kind of obsession. You are all we have, and you come to us endangered. ~ Ta Nehisi Coates,
4273:Books are all very well in their way, and we love them at Sagamore Hill; but children are better than books. ~ Theodore Roosevelt,
4274:Brothers, do not be children in your thinking. Be infants in evil, but in your thinking be mature. (1 Cor. 14:20) ~ Matt Chandler,
4275:Children and bored adults need to be entertained. Grown men living with purpose require time and quiet and energy. ~ Kennedy Ryan,
4276:children are. Moms to push their swings. Dads to wipe the dirt off scraped knees. Beyond the park there’s a water ~ Jenny B Jones,
4277:Children are smarter than any of us. Know how I know that? I don't know one child with a full time job and children. ~ Bill Hicks,
4278:Children at once accept joy and happiness with quick familiarity, being themselves naturally all happiness and joy. ~ Victor Hugo,
4279:Children can be your heartache. But that doesn't matter, you have to go on and have them . . . it works out. ~ Barbara Kingsolver,
4280:Children playing while in the background the TV blares with screams, gunfire and rape-murder scenes. It seeps in. ~ Bryant McGill,
4281:Children should be taught the inner and outer beauty related to one’s sexuality and personal relationship to sex. ~ Asa Don Brown,
4282:children were more partisan about their gaming choices than most political parties were about their manifestos. ~ Iain Rob Wright,
4283:Children were pack animals; let any one of them act different from the group, and the rest would bring him down. ~ Nalo Hopkinson,
4284:Children were way more intense than adults. Their emotions were raw and amplified, often cutting my breath short. ~ Bella Forrest,
4285:Don’t just teach your children to read… Teach them to question what they read. Teach them to question everything. ~ George Carlin,
4286:For a child a library needs to be round the corner. And if we lose local libraries it is children who will suffer. ~ Alan Bennett,
4287:For children parents are always a burden. But parents who draw too much attention to themselves are intolerable. ~ Elena Ferrante,
4288:FYODOR MIKHAYLOVICH DOSTOYEVSKY was born in Moscow in 1821, the second of a physician’s seven children. When ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky,
4289:have seen no other effects in rods but to make children’s minds more remiss or more maliciously headstrong. ~ Michel de Montaigne,
4290:He's cutting off circulation to my balls! If you want great grandchildren, woman, do something!" Joshua sputtered ~ R L Mathewson,
4291:he was playing on the climbing structure by himself—or “by his own,” as the children sometimes charmingly put it. ~ Claire Messud,
4292:How could I look my grandchildren in the eye and say I knew what was happening to the world and did nothing. ~ David Attenborough,
4293:How could you tell children they were playing with fire if they´d never had the experience of being burned? ~ Alexandra Adornetto,
4294:I have a voice. It's one of my gifts. I intend to use it on behalf of the children that UNICEF seeks to aid. ~ Laurence Fishburne,
4295:I have three wonderful children. My husband is an absolutely wonderful, perfect husband and a father, most of all. ~ Columba Bush,
4296:I love music of all kinds, but there's no greater music than the sound of my grandchildren laughing; my kids, too. ~ Sylvia Earle,
4297:In the window, I fantasize... about providing grown-ups and children alike with the greatest gift of all: insight. ~ David Rakoff,
4298:Is it true that Panrovians have a lot of children . . . because they figure there's another famine coming?
-Cerebus ~ Dave Sim,
4299:I think children are like pancakes. You sort of ruin the first one, and you get better at it the second time around. ~ Kelly Ripa,
4300:I think we have a moral obligation to our children that can be easily summarized: number one, protect them from harm. ~ Tom Allen,
4301:I think you should leave it up to the parent, because not all parents want to keep their children totally ignorant. ~ Frank Zappa,
4302:I tried to allow my children to take risks, to test themselves. Better broken bones than broken spirit. ~ Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy,
4303:It’s a gray, blustery day, the wind herding clouds across the sky like a parent hurrying along recalcitrant children. ~ C J Tudor,
4304:I've realised now that the reality of children is you have to be in the right place with the right person. ~ Benedict Cumberbatch,
4305:Let us run to Mary, and, as her little children, cast ourselves into her arms with a perfect confidence. ~ Saint Francis de Sales,
4306:Let us treat them [children], therefore, with all the kindness which we would wish to help to develop in them. ~ Maria Montessori,
4307:Like Mormonism and Jazz, Parentology is a uniquely American, improvisational approach to the raising of children. ~ Dalton Conley,
4308:Many children struggle in schools... because the way they are being taught is incompatible with the way they learn. ~ Peter Senge,
4309:Marriage encourages the men and women who together create life to unite in a bond for the protection of children. ~ Jack Kingston,
4310:Maybe this is what it's like for all only children: To love the family that isn't almost as much as the one that is. ~ James Howe,
4311:Meanwhile the children
were tucked snug in their beds,
while visions of candy corn
danced in their heads. ~ Natasha Wing,
4312:Michael has a connection with children, just like Mickey Mouse does, and he brings happiness to them, and joy. ~ Jermaine Jackson,
4313:Most schools have only a microwave or deep fryer, hardly the tools needed to feed our children real, fresh food. ~ Mark Hyman M D,
4314:Nothing has a stronger influence psychologically … on children than the unlived life of the parent. —CARL JUNG ~ Christine Carter,
4315:Of course he shouldn't, but he'll never change his ways. Are you going to take out your disapproval on his children? ~ Harper Lee,
4316:Remember your grandfather's last words, Jonah would tell his children: Life is nothing more than a little why. ~ Shalom Auslander,
4317:Show her a mother of school-age children who didn’t sigh on a daily basis, and she’d show you a woman with a nanny. ~ Jane Harper,
4318:Small children cannot say what they want to be later because they don’t really understand what later means. ~ Daniel Todd Gilbert,
4319:Someday my children will look fondly on the annoying things I did and see them clearly as evidence of love. ~ Richelle E Goodrich,
4320:Such was life in the Islamic caliphate, bombs falling upon severed heads, in a park where children once played. It ~ Daniel Silva,
4321:Summerhill children are allowed to go through their gangster period, and consequentially more furniture is destroyed. ~ A S Neill,
4322:The best way to keep children at home is to make the home atmosphere pleasant, and let the air out of the tires. ~ Dorothy Parker,
4323:The proverb says that Providence protects children and idiots. This is really true. I know because I have tested it. ~ Mark Twain,
4324:There's love, and certainly children you care about more than yourself. But nevertheless, we're alone in our heads. ~ Paul Auster,
4325:The result is that children now live in an “ethos of fantasy consumerism.” Modern American childhood, says Cross, ~ Morris Berman,
4326:The unity in every second of all time and all wandering mankind, all wandering womankind, all wandering children. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
4327:They think of policemen as they do of Labradors – noble, loyal, good with children, man’s protector and friend. In ~ Val McDermid,
4328:They've done it before and they'll do it again and when they do it -- seems that only the children weep. Good night. ~ Harper Lee,
4329:To a father who loves his children victor has no charms. When the heart speaks, glory itself is an illusion. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte,
4330:We don't have our children. We have the faint, distorted echoes of our children that this town has sent back to us. ~ Joseph Fink,
4331:What is the greatest mistake a parent can make?' she asked. 'To believe that your children will be just like you. ~ Michael Scott,
4332:When you see good or bad in your children, you're seeing what you instilled in them after they cleared the womb. ~ John Steinbeck,
4333:Women are always being asked when they're going to have children. It's a question they're asking even more often. ~ Caitlin Moran,
4334:You can fire your secretary, divorce your spouse, abandon your children. But they remain your co-authors forever. ~ Ellen Goodman,
4335:A DEFINITION NOT FOUND
IN THE DICTIONARY
Not leaving: an act of trust and love, often deciphered by children ~ Markus Zusak,
4336:A godly mother loves God with all her heart, soul, mind, and strength, and teaches her children to do the same. ~ Elizabeth George,
4337:All men are children, and of one family. The same tale sends them all to bed, and wakes them in the morning. ~ Henry David Thoreau,
4338:All of us have a secret desire to be seen as saints, heroes, martyrs. We are afraid to be children, to be ourselves. ~ Jean Vanier,
4339:And it is through fantasy that children achieve catharsis. It is the best means they have for taming Wild Things. ~ Maurice Sendak,
4340:And it is through fantasy that children achieve catharsis. It is the best means they have for taming wild things. ~ Maurice Sendak,
4341:And your other children,” Bradley asked. “Your twin boys, what did you do with them?” Surprised, Mark shook his head. ~ Terri Reid,
4342:Aspen was so expensive I was surprised it wasn’t entirely populated with the children of Middle Eastern oil moguls. ~ Mindy Kaling,
4343:Beauty and dignity were illusions fostered by the company of children, sustained for the benefit of children. ~ Michael Cunningham,
4344:Becca maintains her lovely figure by eating nothing but the souls of kittens and the dreams of impoverished children. ~ John Green,
4345:...Being a mother is like being a gardener of souls. You tend your children, make sure the light always touches them ~ Karen White,
4346:Be sure, whatever you leave out, that you teach the children the three R’s,-Ruin, Redemption, and Regeneration. ~ Charles Spurgeon,
4347:Beyond a certain point, that was all a mother could do for her children - Hang around long enough to drive them crazy. ~ J A Jance,
4348:But I was sure of one thing. If God were a father, with children, that cleanliness I had been feeling wasn't God. ~ Frances Farmer,
4349:Can you write a book and have children at the same time? Yes, if you're content to do it very very slowly. ~ Anne Morrow Lindbergh,
4350:Children are happy because they don't have a file in their minds called "All the Things That Could Go Wrong. ~ Marianne Williamson,
4351:Children can have a cruel, absolute sense of justice. Children can kill monsters and feel quite proud of themselves. ~ Holly Black,
4352:Children have a different convention of the fearful until they have been taught the proper things to be shocked at. ~ John Wyndham,
4353:Children need loving attention, closeness and deep affection and also loving touch. Love will make them feel safe. ~ Deepak Chopra,
4354:Could it be that by protecting our kids from unhappiness as children, we’re depriving them of happiness as adults? ~ Lori Gottlieb,
4355:For the children and the flowers are my sisters and my brothers, come and stand beside me, we can find a better way. ~ John Denver,
4356:Good children's literature appeals not only to the child in the adult, but to the adult in the child. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
4357:How different other families were, the shape of them, the things they presumed, the children that grew up in them. ~ Margo Lanagan,
4358:If help and salvation are to come they can only come from the children, for the children are the makers of men. ~ Maria Montessori,
4359:If parents had children who were good sleepers, they assumed this was due to their good parenting, not good luck. ~ Liane Moriarty,
4360:If these children can survive the depravity inflicted on them by others, then I can certainly endure hearing about it! ~ Anonymous,
4361:If the sound of happy children is grating on your ears, I don't think it's the children who need to be adjusted. ~ Stefan Molyneux,
4362:If we act like children of God, knowing that he loves us, our lives will be made new, filled with serenity and joy. ~ Pope Francis,
4363:If we never have headaches through rebuking our children, we shall have plenty of heartaches when they grow up. ~ Charles Spurgeon,
4364:if we use how we were taught yesterday to teach our children today, we are not preparing them well for tomorrow. ~ Daniel J Siegel,
4365:If you saw two groups of children arguing over which of them could play in some waste ground, would you chose sides? ~ Neil Gaiman,
4366:If you see in your children most of your own faults, you have failed as a parent, but succeeded as a neurotic. ~ Mignon McLaughlin,
4367:I have three goddaughters - I'm not sure why they trust me, because I have no experience with children - but I try. ~ Diane Kruger,
4368:I just didn’t realize B.C. (Before Children) how much work it takes to maintain some sort of order in your house. ~ Robin O Bryant,
4369:I know it’s supposed to take a village to raise our children, but why does ours have so many village idiots? ~ Jean Hanff Korelitz,
4370:I’m glad I’m no longer teaching, because nowadays the teachers are told what they must teach the children. All ~ Jesper Bugge Kold,
4371:In the park, the bright colors of the children's clothing, the timbre of their young voices, lowered and darkened. ~ Cherise Wolas,
4372:I take a very practical view of raising children. I put a sign in each of their rooms: 'Checkout Time is 18 years.' ~ Erma Bombeck,
4373:It is easy to forgive children who are afraid of the dark but the real tragedy of life is men who are afraid of the light. ~ Plato,
4374:It is now conceivable that our children's children will know the term cancer only as a constellation of stars. ~ William J Clinton,
4375:It is only through raising expectations and striving for excellence that our children can reach their full potential. ~ Brad Henry,
4376:It was easy to believe that everything was just as the children left it, as if time had stopped the night the died. ~ Ransom Riggs,
4377:It was strange that a society which hid the facts of sex from children made no effort to shield them from death. ~ Corrie ten Boom,
4378:i've found the best way to give advice to your children,is to find out what they want,and then advise them to do it ~ Harry Truman,
4379:I Will Follow Anyone
And Tell Everyone
How They Abduct...
And Torture Children
In the Name Of Religion ~ Widad Akreyi,
4380:I will weep with you over the children of kings, provided that you will weep with me over the children of the people ~ Victor Hugo,
4381:Lucky that man whose children make his happiness in life and not his grief, the anguished disappointment of his hopes. ~ Euripides,
4382:...make your children unhappy so they can face the world, but then, what is a world without children's laughter? ~ Ambeth R Ocampo,
4383:Most of the people who will walk after me will be children, so make the beat keep time with short steps. ~ Hans Christian Andersen,
4384:Mother gave a flick of a glance at the fork in Tori's hand. "Children without manners are a wound in a mother's side. ~ Megan Hart,
4385:My job as the mother of daughters is to make sure my children see that every opportunity is available to them. ~ Elizabeth Edwards,
4386:Only God Himself fully appreciates the influence of a Christian mother in the molding of character in her children. ~ Billy Graham,
4387:Our children take our level of vibration and raise it even higher. This is how we, as humans, continue evolution. ~ James Redfield,
4388:Our patents' old age shocks us in the same manner that our children's growth to maturity does , but without the joy. ~ Azar Nafisi,
4389:Politics ain't beanbag: 'tis a man's game, and women, children 'n' pro-hy-bitionists had best stay out of it. ~ Finley Peter Dunne,
4390:Prestige! Sir, is it nothing? To be revered by fools, gaped at by children, envied by the rich and scorned by the wise. ~ Stendhal,
4391:Reading should not be presented to children as a chore or duty. It should be offered to them as a precious gift. ~ Kate DiCamillo,
4392:Really poor children in really poor neighborhoods have no habits of working and have nobody around them who works. ~ Newt Gingrich,
4393:Reducing consumption is imperative, but it's pointless to cut out meat and cars while having lots of children. ~ Madeleine Bunting,
4394:Responsibility is fostered by allowing children a voice and wherever indicated a choice in matters that affect them. ~ Haim Ginott,
4395:Rising numbers of children enjoy reading and are increasingly likely to read outside the classroom, a study has found. ~ Anonymous,
4396:Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. ~ Helen Keller,
4397:Sometimes even the greatest joys bring challenge, and children with special needs inspire a very, very special love. ~ Sarah Palin,
4398:So why then do I feel like some lost little child most of the time?” she asked. “Because we’re all lost children. ~ Thomas Benigno,
4399:That's a powerful way to love, when you accept your children, however they emerge, with all their peculiarities. ~ Maya Soetoro Ng,
4400:The best smell is bread, the best taste is salt,” Graham Greene wrote, adding, “and the best love is that of children. ~ Anonymous,
4401:The children of warriors in our country learn the grace and caution that come from a permanent sense of estrangement. ~ Pat Conroy,
4402:The decision to have a child is both a private and a public decision, for children are our collective future. ~ Sylvia Ann Hewlett,
4403:The humorous look of children is perhaps the most endearing of all the bonds that hold the Cosmos together. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton,
4404:The moral imperative to make big changes is inescapable...that what we take for granted may not be here for our children ~ Al Gore,
4405:There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these is roots; the other, wings. ~ Carine McCandless,
4406:The sins of the parents are the destinies of their children. Unless the children wake up and do something about it. ~ Neil Strauss,
4407:The solution to adult problems tomorrow depends on large measure upon how our children grow up today. —MARGARET MEAD ~ Lisa Bevere,
4408:The world sees in our conduct, in our behaviour, the proof that we are the real children of God. ~ Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria,
4409:...those of us who write for children are called, not to do something to a child, but be someone for a child. ~ Katherine Paterson,
4410:Tradition, thou art for suckling children, Thou art the enlivening milk for babes, But no meat for men is in thee. ~ Stephen Crane,
4411:two children, Erik and Alexandra. “ABSORBING AND INGENIOUS.” —Kirkus Reviews “[A] riveting, near-future thriller . . . ~ Greg Bear,
4412:We have not inherited the earth from our fathers, we are borrowing it from our children. —Native American saying ~ Charles de Lint,
4413:We’re not going to allow gay people to adopt children, that’s against nature, it’s against nature’s God. ~ William Anthony Donohue,
4414:We're not locked in to these conditions that degrade the environment, and jeopardize the future of our children. ~ Dennis Kucinich,
4415:We will make yogurt with all kinds of nutritious elements. We want to provide nutrition to the poor and children. ~ Muhammad Yunus,
4416:What she did have, after raising two children, was the equivalent of a PhD in mothering and my undying respect. ~ Barbara Delinsky,
4417:You can't claim to care about the welfare of children if you're shaming other parents for the choices they're making. ~ Bren Brown,
4418:You couldn't have small, dying children in a movie without really bringing everyone down, but you can in comics. ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
4419:You have how many children in your family?" the teacher would ask. "I'm guessing you must be Catholic, am I right? ~ David Sedaris,
4420:You wouldn't know from experience that small children are the most powerful learning engines in the known universe. ~ Daniel Quinn,
4421:All things are bound together, all things connect. Whatever befalls the earth, befalls also the children of the earth. ~ Oren Lyons,
4422:Alot of my lyrics are about beating my children. 'Hit the bottom and escape' is a cry for help. oh god someone stop me ~ Thom Yorke,
4423:and two men standing up top, weeping like children because they’d somehow never known the world could get this bad. ~ Dennis Lehane,
4424:As it has turned out, the whole relationship between men, women and children has tilted, to the disadvantage of women. ~ Fay Weldon,
4425:But a woman should not look after a man, because she must look after children, and a man should not be a child. ~ Jordan Peterson,
4426:Children are never too young to begin the study of nature's book, and never too old to quit.

~Laura Hecox ~ Candace Fleming,
4427:children are the vessels into which adults pour their poison, and it was the poison of grown-ups which did for us. ~ Salman Rushdie,
4428:Children should have a balanced start in life: a mother and a father. I think that's the only reason to get married. ~ Cicely Tyson,
4429:Do not read as children do to enjoy themselves, or, as the ambitious do to educate themselves. No, read to live. ~ Gustave Flaubert,
4430:Every year 3.1 million Indian children die before the age of 5, mostly from diseases of poverty like diarrhea. ~ Nicholas D Kristof,
4431:far from being a reason not to travel and seek adventure, children are perhaps the best reason of all to do both. ~ Timothy Ferriss,
4432:Fear of corporal punishment obscures children's awareness of the compassion underlying the parent's demands. ~ Marshall B Rosenberg,
4433:Food choices are about your future and that of your children. They are about nothing less than democracy in action. ~ Marion Nestle,
4434:For children are innocent and love justice, while most of us are wicked and naturally prefer mercy. G. K. CHESTERTON ~ Jon Krakauer,
4435:From my years of teaching I know it's the children who say nothing who are in trouble more than the ones who complain. ~ Joy Kogawa,
4436:Gender data is important. If girls don’t have a birth certificate, how do we know how many are marrying as children? ~ Kathy Calvin,
4437:giving children something with which to surprise their parents is one of the greatest gifts a teacher can bestow. ~ Richard Dawkins,
4438:Glimmer, I hear someone call her - ugh, the names the people in District 1 give their children are so ridiculous. ~ Suzanne Collins,
4439:God is infinite Possibility. Therefore Truth is never at rest; therefore, also, Error is justified of her children. ~ Sri Aurobindo,
4440:Having children is like living in a frat house - nobody sleeps, everything's broken, and there's a lot of throwing up. ~ Ray Romano,
4441:History should remember Blair and Bush as the killers of children, or as the lying prime minister and president. ~ Mahathir Mohamad,
4442:How are we supposed to teach our children compassion if we remove all inconveniences from the world around them?” “But ~ Penny Reid,
4443:I always wanted to be a model, never an actress. I would see children in ads and stuff and wanted to be like them. ~ Anushka Sharma,
4444:I always wanted to make a children's album because you have the freedom to explore so many wonderful topics and sounds. ~ Lisa Loeb,
4445:I am not, I will not be.
I have not, I will not have.
This frightens all children,
And kills fear in the wise. ~ N g rjuna,
4446:I believe we can do more together for vulnerable children, orphans and their families that we can do by ourselves. ~ Albert L Reyes,
4447:I dedicate the love, enthusiasm, welcome and respect given to me to the feet of 125 crore children of Mother India. ~ Narendra Modi,
4448:If women had power what would men be but women who can't bear children? And what would women be but men who can? ~ Ursula K Le Guin,
4449:If you have a great passion it seems that the logical thing is to see the fruit of it, and the fruit are children. ~ Roman Polanski,
4450:If you would be holy, instruct your children, because all the good acts they perform will be imputed to you. ~ Baron de Montesquieu,
4451:I'm not sure if my parents had me because they loved me, or because they wanted someone to watch their other children. ~ Bill Cosby,
4452:I'm proud of being a mother, a wife, a daughter, and a sister, and a lover and a friend We're all God's children. ~ Whitney Houston,
4453:In a hunting society, children play with bows and arrows. In an information society, children play with information ~ Henry Jenkins,
4454:In the 24th century there will be no hunger, there will be no greed, and all the children will know how to read. ~ Gene Roddenberry,
4455:I think being a good Christian father, your responsibility varies with the age and the stage that your children are at. ~ T D Jakes,
4456:I think I've become more like my mom just because of what we're both interested in, children and teaching and writing. ~ Jenna Bush,
4457:It is a duty we owe to posterity to see that our children shall know the virtues, and rise worthy of their sires. ~ Jefferson Davis,
4458:It is widely known that the effects of childhood poverty follow children through adolescence and into adulthood. ~ Chris Van Hollen,
4459:I would like a nice, powerful, mind-altering substance. Preferably one that will make my unborn children grow gills. ~ Parker Posey,
4460:Most parents think that the commands they give their children are merely suggestions wrapped with lovingness. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
4461:Most people have embarrassing videos of themselves as children. Few have theirs copyrighted by Twentieth Century Fox. ~ Mara Wilson,
4462:My children weary me. I can only see them as defective adults: feckless, destructive, frivolous, sensual, humorless. ~ Evelyn Waugh,
4463:My Grandmother wouldn't even speak the word Democrat if there were children in the room, she'd say Bastards instead. ~ P J O Rourke,
4464:Neither I nor anyone in the Church would ever tolerate hatred of or prejudice towards any of the Lord's children. ~ Timothy M Dolan,
4465:No matter what we do, no matter how we agonize or obsess, we cannot choose for our children whether they live or die. ~ David Sheff,
4466:Only when Christ comes again will the little white children of Alabama walk hand in hand with little black children. ~ Billy Graham,
4467:Ordinary people like you and me have the chance to make a tremendous difference for mothers and their children worldwide ~ Meg Ryan,
4468:Read about the history of the place that we live in and stop letting corporate news tell lies to your children ~ Immortal Technique,
4469:READING SHOULD NOT BE PRESENTED TO CHILDREN AS A CHORE OR A DUTY. IT SHOULD BE OFFERED TO THEM AS A PRECIOUS GIFT. ~ Kate DiCamillo,
4470:She said that her father's death had been the hardest thing in her life. "We are all children until our fathers die. ~ Melissa Bank,
4471:Society has seldom considered the vicarious effects of domestic violence between partners on the lives of children. ~ Asa Don Brown,
4472:Soon we will not need people anymore, as everything will be done by automatons, including bringing up children. ~ Andrius B Tapinas,
4473:the birth of children is too important a matter to have been allowed to depend upon such an accident as proximity. ~ Edwin A Abbott,
4474:… the children’s eyes In momentary wonder stare upon A sixty-year-old smiling public man. — William Butler Yeats, ~ Robert W Fuller,
4475:The children start school now in August. They say it has to do with air-conditioning, but I know sadism when I see it. ~ Rick Bragg,
4476:The Earth cannot wait 60 years. I want a future for my children and my children's children. The clock is ticking. ~ Richard Branson,
4477:there are times when children
might seem like innocent prisoners, condemned, not
to death, but to life, ~ Arthur Schopenhauer,
4478:There is a real world, beyond the glass, for children who look, for those whose parents encourage them to truly see. ~ Richard Louv,
4479:There is nothing more important than parents passing on a generational legacy of faith and values to their children. ~ James Dobson,
4480:Those of you who have fallen prey to any kind of addiction, there is hope because God loves all of His children ~ M Russell Ballard,
4481:To my way of thinking, the American family started to decline when parents began to communicate with their children. ~ Erma Bombeck,
4482:Too many parents make life hard for their children by trying, too zealously, to make it easy for them. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
4483:UNICEF is working for the survival of children worldwide. What can we do to get more Americans committed to the cause? ~ Clay Aiken,
4484:We must all sleep alone in the tomb, my love, but in life we are joined as one flesh - as our children attest. ~ Elizabeth Chadwick,
4485:We need to teach our children and ourselves the stories and histories that matter now, not in the moment of crisis. ~ Eric Greitens,
4486:"What is the greatest mistake a parent can make?" she asked. "To believe that your children will be just like you." ~ Michael Scott,
4487:What we are teaches the child far more than what we say, so we must be what we want our children to become. ~ Joseph Chilton Pearce,
4488:What we must remember above all in the education of our children is that their love of life should never weaken. ~ Natalia Ginzburg,
4489:When giving treats to friends or children, give them what they like, emphatically not what is good for them. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton,
4490:When my children were born, I made the choice I wanted them to be raised as Jews and to have a Jewish education. ~ Steven Spielberg,
4491:When the history of guilt is written, parents who refuse their children money will be right up there in the Top Ten. ~ Erma Bombeck,
4492:Where did we ever get the crazy idea that in order to make children do better, first we have to make them feel worse? ~ Jane Nelsen,
4493:While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about.” - Angela Schwindt ~ Joshua Becker,
4494:Why should I marry? One marries to have children, but I already have children! My nieces and nephews are my children. ~ Salman Khan,
4495:You cannot write for children They're much too complicated. You can only write books that are of interest to them. ~ Maurice Sendak,
4496:young children are wonderfully confident in their own imaginations ... Most of us lose this confidence as we grow up ~ Ken Robinson,
4497:You're a monster that mothers threaten children with and you're still touchy as an ugly girl in a pretty dress. ~ Caitlin Kittredge,
4498:A DEFINITION NOT FOUND
IN THE DICTIONARY
Not leaving: an act of trust and love,
often deciphered by children ~ Markus Zusak,
4499:All Asian parents are into your children having a respectable, decent stable job. Acting was unimaginable to my parents. ~ Joan Chen,
4500:All parents damage their children. It cannot be helped.Youth, like pristine glass, absorbs the prints of its handlers. ~ Mitch Albom,
4501:All we have to do as people is keep teaching children to read, and the rest will more than likely take care of itself. ~ Larry Brown,
4502:An informed parent or caregiver becomes empowered, and empowerment can lead to the best care for our children. ~ Charisse Montgomery,
4503:Are modern children going to revolt against being modern, and if so, what form will reaction of modern parents take? ~ E M Delafield,
4504:A very painful part of being a parent is having really negative feelings about your children when you love them so much. ~ Louis C K,
4505:Avoidantly attached children tend to have parents who are emotionally withdrawn and psychologically unavailable. They ~ David Brooks,
4506:Both young children and old people have a lot of time on their hands. That's probably why they get along so well. ~ Jonathan Carroll,
4507:Children are most impressed with the importance of a moment when they witness a parent breaking the parents' own rule. ~ John Irving,
4508:Children begin by loving their parents; as they grow older they judge them; sometimes they forgive them. —Oscar Wilde ~ Ania Ahlborn,
4509:Children don’t judge their own lives. Normal for them is what’s laid before them day by day. Judgment comes later. ~ Charles Frazier,
4510:Children from humble families must be taught how to command just as other children must be taught how to obey. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche,
4511:Children know so little, they must learn quickly to imitate grown-ups whenever they feel unsure in a situation. ~ Francesca Marciano,
4512:Children learn from anything and everything they see. They learn wherever they are, not just in special learning places. ~ John Holt,
4513:Color is life; for a world without color appears to us as dead. Colors are primordial ideas, the children of light. ~ Johannes Itten,
4514:conserving capital and insuring the welfare of children—the two basic societal functions for marriage everywhere ~ Robert A Heinlein,
4515:drove them at length to the most barbarous and inhuman methods of suppressing them, by the murder of their children. ~ Matthew Henry,
4516:Far too many black men who praise their own mother feel less accounted to the mothers of their own children. ~ Patricia Hill Collins,
4517:Fifty seven million children across the world don't want an iPhone, Xbox or chocolates. They want a book and pen. ~ Malala Yousafzai,
4518:Gotta start teaching the children that they can be just what they want to be, there's much more to life than poverty. ~ Tupac Shakur,
4519:Having children is a huge responsibility, and I just don't want to hand them off to a nanny or my mom to take care of them. ~ Thalia,
4520:He imagined this program as a joyous ritual, bringing gifted young people together to have better and better children. ~ Carl Zimmer,
4521:He tried to scrub children's vomit from the webbing of the Tongue in a way that suggested deep reservoirs of genius. ~ Karen Russell,
4522:Hillary Clinton has held vast dreams. She was inspired at a young age that society does well when women and children do. ~ Tim Kaine,
4523:I came to New York to see what I could see - that's from a children's book, isn't it? - and to find the living part. ~ Edie Sedgwick,
4524:I don't think about success to be famous, because I've done that at the highest level, but it's all about my children. ~ Shane Filan,
4525:I dropped the candies into the children's bags, thinking: You small mortals don't realize the power of your stories. ~ Karen Russell,
4526:I dropped the candies into the children’s bags, thinking: You small mortals don’t realize the power of your stories. ~ Karen Russell,
4527:If children are apparently unable to learn, we should assume that we have not as yet found the right way to teach them. ~ Marie Clay,
4528:I hear children screaming
I want to awaken them
to show them the hog's blood
and make them start screaming ~ Joshua Beckman,
4529:I'm waiting for the day when my children cease to find my domestic propriety reassuring and actually find it annoying. ~ Rachel Cusk,
4530:In 200 BCE, half of China’s population died of hunger. The emperor legalized the eating and selling of children as meat. ~ Anonymous,
4531:In a disparate world, children are a unifying force capable of bringing us all together in support of a common ethic. ~ Graca Machel,
4532:In intimate family life, there comes a moment when children, willingly or no, become the judges of their parents. ~ Honore de Balzac,
4533:I see God through my children. I speak to God through my children. I am humbled for the blessings He has given me. ~ Michael Jackson,
4534:It is not necessary to make your children hermits; you should make them gentlemen. That would be more than enough. ~ Rajmohan Gandhi,
4535:It’s a mother’s greatest joy and greatest burden, having children to worry about.  You can’t have one without the other. ~ M K Eidem,
4536:It would be wonderful if this world was guided by little children, because they are closer to life than anyone else. ~ Jaggi Vasudev,
4537:Judicious praise is to children what the sun is to flowers. Christian Bovee A little praise Goes a great ways. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
4538:Louise is a soldier. She keeps going, come what may, like a mule, like a dog with its legs broken by cruel children. ~ Le la Slimani,
4539:Love your children while they are young. Because they grow up soon enough, and then… then the have no need of you. ~ Robert Ferrigno,
4540:Nuclear war would mean abolition of most comforts, and disruption of normal routines, for children and adults alike. ~ Willard Libby,
4541:Of all days Sunday was the day for formal afternoon visiting: ladies wore corsets, men wore coats, children wore shoes. ~ Harper Lee,
4542:Once upon a time, there had been gods. Now there were only children going about in their dead parents' undergarments. ~ Laini Taylor,
4543:Parents are always more knowledgeable than their children and children are always smarter than their parents. ~ Jonathan Safran Foer,
4544:People talk about nature as a mother, but to me she's always been Medea, ready and willing to slaughter her children. ~ Rachel Caine,
4545:Some mothers need happy children; others need unhappy ones-otherwise they cannot prove their maternal virtues. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche,
4546:Sometimes you think you know what you want, she said, hugging her children, until you see how much more you can have. ~ Rachel Simon,
4547:The circus a place where horses, ponies and elephants are permitted to see men, women and children acting the fool. ~ Ambrose Bierce,
4548:The crisis of children having children has been eclipsed by the greater crisis of children killing children. ~ Marian Wright Edelman,
4549:The magic that came from lips could be as cruel as children and as erratic as a rubber ball ricocheting off concrete. ~ Tayari Jones,
4550:The principle exercise which the children of god have is to pray. For in this way they give true proof of their faith. ~ John Calvin,
4551:There is no reason we should expect young children to enter the nocturnal darkness of sleep and dreams without help. ~ Siri Hustvedt,
4552:The status quo and the media is doing everything it can to fry children's brains and make them grow up maladjusted. ~ Julie Christie,
4553:To live as true children of God means to love our neighbour and to be close to those who are lonely and in difficulty ~ Pope Francis,
4554:...We're never prepared for how much we love our children, for how much we wish we could protect them by being perfect. ~ Libba Bray,
4555:What greater gift could you offer your children than an inherent ability to earn a living just by being themselves? ~ Katherine Dunn,
4556:When a father, absent during the day, returns home at six, his children receive only his temperament, not his teaching. ~ Robert Bly,
4557:When school children start paying union dues, that's when I'll start representing the interests of school children. ~ Albert Shanker,
4558:With children use force; with men reason; such is the natural order of things. The wise man requires no law. ~ Jean Jacques Rousseau,
4559:Writing for children is important to me because I want children to develop the same love of books I had as a child. ~ Darlene Foster,
4560:You are the children of the Master; why should you be drowned? No, never. The Master will protect you. ~ Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi,
4561:You cannot write for children. They're much too complicated. You can only write books that are of interest to them. ~ Maurice Sendak,
4562:You want to protect you children, don't you? You let them out of your body but you never let them all the way out. ~ Diana Abu Jaber,
4563:Adorable children are considered to be the general property of the human race. Rude children belong to their mothers. ~ Judith Martin,
4564:All a mother wants, Margot, is for her children to be happy. And that may take different forms at different times. ~ Elin Hilderbrand,
4565:All children are born geniuses; 9,999 out of every 10,000 are swiftly, inadvertently degeniusized by grownups. ~ R Buckminster Fuller,
4566:All of us in our administration worked hard to support families in raising their children and succeeding at work. ~ William J Clinton,
4567:Any of us who have raised children know, as John F. Kennedy once said, that “to have children is to give hostages to fate. ~ Ann Rule,
4568:Basic education links the children, whether of the cities or the villages, to all that is best and lasting in India. ~ Mahatma Gandhi,
4569:Black men of integrity cannot make a deal with a politician and leave out the poor of the nation, all God's children. ~ Jesse Jackson,
4570:But my lazy lack of faith, my in-vogue atheism, has taken away the safety net hanging beneath our children's lives. ~ Rosamund Lupton,
4571:But there's so many things in life like women, like children, like God and family that transcends the world of hip-hop. ~ Talib Kweli,
4572:By degrees, he joins that sorry legion of passive men who abandon their children in order to placate their second wives. ~ Ian McEwan,
4573:Children are natural mythologists: they beg to be told tales, and love not only to invent but to enact falsehoods. ~ George Santayana,
4574:Children aren't everything. There are other things in the world, thought I admit some people don't seem to suspect it. ~ Nella Larsen,
4575:Children change a lot in terms of personality. Camaraderie that you feel with somebody might not be there a year later. ~ Mara Wilson,
4576:Children possess a remarkable amount of passion. They throw themselves completely, heart and soul, into everything. ~ Mary Lou Retton,
4577:Children that play outside develop better problem solving skills and have a stronger ability to work within a group. ~ Jeff Foxworthy,
4578:Couples with children who do win a divorce, cause such social havoc that they should have to pay a special divorce tax. ~ George Pell,
4579:Date a woman with children only if you are ready to man up, because it's a position that comes with responsibility. ~ Taraji P Henson,
4580:Do not give any of your children to be sacrificed to Molek, for you must not profane the name of your God. I am the LORD. ~ Anonymous,
4581:Gerald's look assured her that he and the others would be as near angels as children could be without ceasing to be human. ~ E Nesbit,
4582:Great wants proceed from great wealth; but they are undutiful children, for they sink wealth down to poverty. ~ Henry Home Lord Kames,
4583:I believe that all people living together in unity is one of the most important messages we can teach our children. ~ Michael Jackson,
4584:I come from a massive family, and the youngest is twentysomething years younger than I am, so I grew up with children. ~ Vera Farmiga,
4585:I did children's theater when I was younger, and then when I was about 14 I started doing theater in New York City. ~ Jesse Eisenberg,
4586:If a four-letter man marries a five-letter woman, he was thinking, what number of letters would their children be? ~ Ernest Hemingway,
4587:I feel the only thing you can do about life is to preserve it, by art if you're an artist, by children if you're not. ~ Philip Larkin,
4588:If I wasn't acting, I would probably be working with children. I was a camp counselor growing up and I loved it. ~ Julianne Nicholson,
4589:If people think that you're throwing babies out, dissecting children, to do stem-cell research, I'm not for that. ~ Elizabeth Edwards,
4590:If we do not pay for children in good schools, then we are going to pay for them in prisons and mental hospitals. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt,
4591:I have found the best way to give advice to your children is to find out what they want and then advise them to do it. ~ Harry Truman,
4592:In our instinctive rebellion against pain, we are children again, and demand an active will to wreak our vengeance on. ~ George Eliot,
4593:It is good to be children sometimes, and never better than at Christmas when the Great Creator was a child himself. ~ Charles Dickens,
4594:It surprises me how much children like me, you know? If they look at me as an example, I have a big responsibility. ~ Mario Balotelli,
4595:It takes all my strength not to snap at these cowards who will never see the front lines or send their children to ~ Victoria Aveyard,
4596:I've had bad luck with all my wives. The first one left me and the second one didn't. The third gave me more children! ~ Donald Trump,
4597:I wanted two girls," she said. "You and your sister. I wanted exactly what I had. Other people's children are too hard ~ Ann Patchett,
4598:I want to tell the children of the world, you are all our children, each one of you is my child and I love you all. ~ Michael Jackson,
4599:Just because women can bear children doesn't mean they're unable to harbour the same sort of career ambitions as a man. ~ Cathy Kelly,
4600:Kindness to children, love for children, goodness to children-- these are the only investments that never fail. ~ Henry David Thoreau,
4601:Many parents had grown wary of confronting their children for fear of being denounced by them, but not my father. ~ Martha Hall Kelly,
4602:May God give us the grace of becoming like little children, full of joy and energy with which we can love other people. ~ Wyatt North,
4603:Mothers need to know what they are feeding their children. They need the freedom to make educated choices at the market. ~ Neil Young,
4604:One marvels why the middle classes still insist on so much discomfort for their children at such expense to themselves. ~ E M Forster,
4605:Only women, children, and dogs are loved unconditionally whereas men are loved conditionally (, - and that's not right.) ~ Chris Rock,
4606:Our children when young are a part of ourselves, but when they grow up, they are just other people. —A PAPER LANDSCAPE ~ Barbara Vine,
4607:Parents are always more knowledgeable than their children, and children are always smarter than their parents. ~ Jonathan Safran Foer,
4608:Plays, gentlemen, are to their authors what children are to women: they cost more pain than they give pleasure. ~ Pierre Beaumarchais,
4609:Public opinion polls are rather like children in a garden, digging things up all the time to see how they're growing. ~ J B Priestley,
4610:Religions are the children of ignorance, and they do not long survive their mother.

- On Religion ~ Arthur Schopenhauer,
4611:Save the children of the World from their acidic lifestyles and diets and their acidic parents who are feeding them. ~ Robert O Young,
4612:Since it is so likely children will meet cruel enemies, let them at least have heard of brave knights and heroic courage. ~ C S Lewis,
4613:Since t so likely that children will meet cruel enemies, let them at least have heard of brave knight and heroic courage. ~ C S Lewis,
4614:That is what grandchildren are for — so that the old may also dream, a promise of a future in return for the lost past. ~ Dave Duncan,
4615:The advantage in education is always with those children who slip up into life without being objects of notice. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
4616:The conduct of our lives is the true reflection of our thoughts. —Michel de Montaigne, “Of the Education of Children ~ Gretchen Rubin,
4617:The fear of death is why we build cathedrals, have children, declare war, and watch cat videos online at three a.m. ~ Caitlin Doughty,
4618:The galaxy belonged to them, and as terror was communicated to our children, I saw mastery communicated to theirs. ~ Ta Nehisi Coates,
4619:The gods of the Greeks were like helpless children compared to humankind today and the powers we now wield. ~ Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi,
4620:The greatest lessons to be learned about life, love, purpose, meaning, and priority are to be learned from children. ~ David Jeremiah,
4621:The pursuit of truth and beauty is a sphere of activity in which we are permitted to remain children all our lives. ~ Albert Einstein,
4622:There's a generation of children who don't like black and white movies. There's a level of impatience or intolerance. ~ Peter Jackson,
4623:There's a Mother's Day and there's a Father's Day, but there's no Children's Day. It would mean a lot. World peace. ~ Michael Jackson,
4624:The role of United Nations is to create more smiling face and to fulfill the dreams of the innocent children of the world. ~ Amit Ray,
4625:Time cannot children,poets,lovers tell- measure imagine,mystery,a kiss -not though mankind would rather know than feel ~ e e cummings,
4626:To terrify children with the image of hell, to consider women an inferior creation—is that good for the world? ~ Christopher Hitchens,
4627:Treasures:
The most important thing you leave behind is the stuff that turns into treasures when children find it. ~ Brian Andreas,
4628:True, I talk of dreams, Which are the children of an idle brain, Begot of nothing but vain fantasy.   —William Shakespeare ~ J D Robb,
4629:We are God's middle children, according to Tyler Durden, with no special place in history and no special attention. ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
4630:We can't form our children on our own concepts; we must take them and love them as God gives them to us. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
4631:We don't care really about children as a society and television reflects that indifference to children as human beings. ~ Bill Moyers,
4632:Well, what are we waiting for? ...She said 'children.' I bet that's anyone under a couple of centuries old. Let's go. ~ Donita K Paul,
4633:We passed the Children's Bureau bill calculated to prevent children from being employed too early in factories. ~ William Howard Taft,
4634:We should totally ban for-profit charters. For-profit's first obligation is to its stockholders, not to its children. ~ Diane Ravitch,
4635:We sit in meditation and cry to God, we cry to the light, as little children, knowing God will do everything for us. ~ Frederick Lenz,
4636:What do you really want for your children? What qualities do you hope they develop and take into their adult lives? ~ Daniel J Siegel,
4637:When I turn up at a trendy party, all the youngsters look like they could be my illegitimate love children. ~ Laurence Llewelyn Bowen,
4638:When spares are spared, when time is turned, when unseen children murder their fathers: Then will the Dark Lord return. ~ J K Rowling,
4639:You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth. ~ Ronald Reagan,
4640:You cannot write for children. They're much too complicated. You can only write books that are of interest to them. ~ Maurice Sendak,
4641:Young children are being arrested and subjected to court appearances for behaviors that can only be termed as trivial. ~ Henry Giroux,
4642:Adults have not understood children or adolescents and they are, as a consequence, in continual conflict with them. ~ Maria Montessori,
4643:Affirm people. Affirm your children. Believe in them, not in what you see but in what you don't see - their potential. ~ Stephen Covey,
4644:All children find chaos congenial. Any unruliness, even by nature, advances the child's program of subverting authority. ~ George Will,
4645:All the children rushed over to Aunt Jane. All but Mike. He just stood and looked at the paper in her hand. ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
4646:All the rich families who used to own all the British estates have gone bust because their children have blown their money. ~ JJ Feild,
4647:And perhaps even for learning to walk in worn-out shoes, it is as well to have dry, warm feet when we are children. ~ Natalia Ginzburg,
4648:As a mother, I know that homosexuals cannot biologically reproduce children; therefore, they must recruit our children. ~ Anita Bryant,
4649:As children we accept magic as a normal part of life. Everything seems rooted in it, everything conspires in magic terms. ~ Paul Scott,
4650:But I had no idea what I looked like. Children may feel epic and large to theyselves and yet be only scraps to view. ~ Sebastian Barry,
4651:But I think your grandchildren have helped her see that people are friendly if you only give them a chance. ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
4652:Children aren't everything. There are other things in the world, thought I admit some people don't seem to suspect it. ~ Nella Larsen,
4653:Children are very smart, in their own stupid way. A child's brain is like a sponge, and you know how smart sponges are. ~ Steve Carell,
4654:Children begin by loving their parents; as they grow older they judge them; sometimes they forgive them. —OSCAR WILDE, ~ Mikal Gilmore,
4655:children often didn’t notice the things adults classified as disastrous. The opposite, Whitcomb thought, was also true. ~ Ellen Datlow,
4656:Children played guessing games, telling each other whether the gun fired was and AK-47, a G3, an RPG, or a machine gun. ~ Ishmael Beah,
4657:Choosing my favorite moment in journalism would be like picking a favorite among my children. I can't pick one favorite. ~ Bill Keller,
4658:Do you charge us with wanting to stop the exploitation of children by their parents? To this crime we plead guilty. ~ Friedrich Engels,
4659:Eventually, I'll go back to acting, but for right now, my children are the most important thing in the world to me. ~ Soleil Moon Frye,
4660:For the first time in US history, more than half of children born to mothers under thirty were born outside marriage. ~ Warren Farrell,
4661:Glimmer, I hear someone call her - ugh, the names the people in District 1 give their children are so ridiculous ... ~ Suzanne Collins,
4662:Grandparents who show a great interest in their grandchildren are among the most precious people on this earth. What ~ Stephen R Covey,
4663:I am urging the parents of black and Latino youngsters particularly to not let their children go out wearing hoodies. ~ Geraldo Rivera,
4664:I don't see no black and white couples in England or America walking around proud holding their children and going out. ~ Muhammad Ali,
4665:If children feel safe, they can take risks, ask questions, make mistakes, learn to trust, share their feelings, and grow. ~ Alfie Kohn,
4666:If doctors are paid the same salary as bus drivers, community would not be crazy about making their children doctors ~ Nouman Ali Khan,
4667:If science ceases to be a rebellion against authority, then it does not deserve the talents of our brightest children. ~ Freeman Dyson,
4668:If we can relax when our strong emotions come, then we don’t pass fear on to our children and to future generations. ~ Thich Nhat Hanh,
4669:If you bungle raising your children, I don't think whatever else you do well matters very much - Jackie Kennedy ~ Kate Andersen Brower,
4670:I grew up in a pretty large family. We were really close-knit, so I definitely want to have lots and lots of children. ~ Anne Hathaway,
4671:I have to believe that every single man can come home to hug their wife and children who have been dying to see them. ~ Jake Adelstein,
4672:I'm not scared of snakes, spiders or heights. I have three children; as a mum, you can't be afraid of things like that. ~ Britt Ekland,
4673:I'm the best animal lover in the world. There's nobody who takes care of their pets like me...... they are my children. ~ Paris Hilton,
4674:I really wanted to retire and rest and spend more time with my children, my grandchildren and of course with my wife. ~ Nelson Mandela,
4675:It is essential that children who are directly or indirectly affected by domestic violence receive psychological care. ~ Asa Don Brown,
4676:It is safest to shut up and pay, which is what I shall eventually do, though I shall hate having to sell the children. ~ Russell Baker,
4677:It's only adults who read the top layers most of the time. I think children read the internal meanings of everything. ~ Maurice Sendak,
4678:It's unfiltered conversation and I love it. I also like to argue with children, so it's the perfect platform for me. ~ Chelsea Handler,
4679:I’ve become one of those parents who demand their children go to the bathroom. “But I don’t have to.” “Well, go anyway. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
4680:I was brought up in an environment where my parents expressed their financial concerns in front of their children. ~ Natalie Imbruglia,
4681:Like a lot of people whose children were small in the 2000s, I read [Daniel Handler] books out loud and I loved them. ~ Daniel Handler,
4682:Most families controlled their children with scripture and a whip. This philosophy extended into the classrooms, too. ~ Carolyn Jessop,
4683:One of the unseen benefits of having children is that they deliver you from your own selfishness. There's no going back. ~ Martin Amis,
4684:one worth knowing can be quite known, no one worth possessing can be quite possessed—but after all, we were children. ~ William Landay,
4685:Our global future depends on the willingness of every nation to invest in its people, especially women and children. ~ Hillary Clinton,
4686:Parenting our children peacefully is a gift of peace to the world. Children learn what they live and live what they learn. ~ L R Knost,
4687:People should be free to find or make for themselves the kinds of educational experience they want their children to have. ~ John Holt,
4688:Pioneer children were always having mishaps, but they were expected to know how to use their heads in emergencies. ~ Carol Ryrie Brink,
4689:Raising children was not designed for single parents. (Which is why divorce was such a taboo prior to birth control). ~ Warren Farrell,
4690:Schools are the frontline institution for acculturation, where children receive solid information about their new world. ~ Mary Pipher,
4691:Society highly values its normal man. It educates children to lose themselves and to become absurd, and thus to be normal. ~ R D Laing,
4692:Sporty, terrifying, babies and posh, yes. What are we?’ ‘Desdemona? Red-headed stepchildren. Who don’t fit anywhere else. ~ Kim Newman,
4693:That's how I knew, for example, that Private Seamus Fletcher, 45B-76423, was beating his wife and children every night. ~ Tahereh Mafi,
4694:The children took turns with the news. They told Aunt Jane all about the fire and meeting Mr. Carter again. ~ Gertrude Chandler Warner,
4695:the clever are marrying the clever and manically educating their children, making it ever harder for the poor to catch up. ~ Anonymous,
4696:The most extraordinary thing in the world is an ordinary man and an ordinary woman and their ordinary children. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton,
4697:The only tyrannies from which men, women and children are suffering in real life are the tyrannies of minorities. ~ Theodore Roosevelt,
4698:the people of one nation alone cannot save their own children; each holds the responsibility for the others' children. ~ Margaret Mead,
4699:The truth is that comic-book creators have simply lost the habit of telling stories to children. And how sad is that? ~ Michael Chabon,
4700:The Willoughby parents frequently forgot that they had children and became quite irritable when they were reminded of it. ~ Lois Lowry,
4701:The world my children are growing up in is so much more sophisticated and exposed - emotionally, intellectually, sexually. ~ Amy Grant,
4702:They understand that fewer toys will actually benefit their children in the long-term. Kids learn to be more creative. ~ Joshua Becker,
4703:Those of us who are blamed when old for reading childish books were blamed when children for reading books too old for us. ~ C S Lewis,
4704:Undeniable; Jennifer was one of those women whose meaning, if they have one, is only apparent to husband and children, ~ Nancy Mitford,
4705:We children of schizophrenics are the great secret keepers, the ones who don't want you to think that anything is wrong. ~ Mira Bartok,
4706:Well for God's sake, son she did warn you. Lord forbid any of my children do so great a task as heed advice, Jock said. ~ Jaycee Clark,
4707:What happens when children reach puberty earlier and adulthood later? The answer is: a good deal of teenage weirdness. ~ Alison Gopnik,
4708:What stupid children they had been, to cause each other such pain and then to hold on to their wounds so fiercely. She ~ Sherry Thomas,
4709:When I was as old as these children, I could draw like Raphael, but it took me a lifetime to learn to draw like them. ~ Ingo F Walther,
4710:You modern men, you children of reason, cannot begin to appreciate love as pure bliss and divine serenity. ~ Leopold von Sacher Masoch,
4711:You're children. Don't you want a home, a family?" "With, like, vitamin-fortified cereal and educational television? ~ James Patterson,
4712:Acting, it's not my life, my children and my family, that's life. I'll get up every morning, God willing, for that. ~ Denzel Washington,
4713:A man is only as rich as the number of children he fathers. After all, what else do we leave behind in this world... ~ Abraham Verghese,
4714:A murder house is ugly to the neighbors, like the face of someone who betrayed them. Only outsiders and children stare. ~ Thomas Harris,
4715:And what strange voices they have! Sometimes like the complaining of small children; sometimes like the noise of lambs. ~ Aldous Huxley,
4716:Any civilization where the main symbol of religious veneration is a tool of execution is a bad place to have children. ~ Charles Stross,
4717:Are you children of God" he asked. I almost burst out laughing, managing to bite mny tongue before it erupted. ~ Alexander Gordon Smith,
4718:Boy children are primed to expect everything from their wives in the marriage, and not give too much if anything at all. ~ Pinki Virani,
4719:Breast cancer is not just a woman's issue - it affects all of us: the brothers, husbands, fathers, children and friends. ~ Ralph Lauren,
4720:But the truth is, we can’t handle it. We are a nation of exhausted and overstressed adults raising overscheduled children. ~ Bren Brown,
4721:Children and babies should be held in the most sacred regard. We feel that they're the most natural and true magicians. ~ Zeena Schreck,
4722:Children become resilient as a result of the patterns of stress and of nurturing that they experience early on in life, ~ Bruce D Perry,
4723:Children can be happy when their parents are miserable. But a parent is never happier than her unhappiest child.” Sunny ~ Laura Lippman,
4724:Children of the future age Reading this indignant page Know that in a former time Love, sweet love, was thought a crime ~ William Blake,
4725:Don’t just teach your children to read…
Teach them to question what they read.
Teach them to question everything. ~ George Carlin,
4726:Everyone enjoys stories of double lives and secret identities. Children have Superman; intellectuals have Wallace Stevens. ~ Dana Gioia,
4727:First of all, I find everything funny, which is upsetting to my children sometimes, and to people in my life, in general. ~ Jenji Kohan,
4728:For her, Mr. Splitfoot is a two that is sometimes a one, mothers and their children, Nat and Ruth, life and death. “Are ~ Samantha Hunt,
4729:Frankly, writing poetry for children is plain old fun, and I consider myself blessed to have such a delightful career. ~ Jack Prelutsky,
4730:"Grandmother" doesn't mean that you have gray hair and you retire and stay home cooking cakes for your grandchildren. ~ Carine Roitfeld,
4731:I believe we owe it to our children and grandchildren to stay engaged and to help spread liberty and to help reformers. ~ George W Bush,
4732:I'd love to develop and star in my own children's show, write children's books, do children's albums, movies, DVDs, etc. ~ Dolly Parton,
4733:If it's crazy to call for putting police and armed security in our school to protect our children, then call me crazy. ~ Wayne LaPierre,
4734:If our children are healthy, they'll develop into their full potential and become wonderful tax-paying citizens sometime. ~ Steve Kagen,
4735:if you never teach your children how to be alone then they will only know how to be lonely for the rest of their lives. ~ Sherry Turkle,
4736:I hope that people of all faiths will start looking for our too-invisible children who are crying out for help. ~ Marian Wright Edelman,
4737:I know you’re looking at me and thinking: he’s a woman at heart. For if he weren’t he wouldn’t love children so much. ~ Sholom Aleichem,
4738:Imagine if you succeeded in making the world perfect for your children what a shock the rest of life would be for them. ~ Joyce Maynard,
4739:Im in my mid-30s, Ive won an Oscar, I have four children. You figure out if my deafness has adversely affected my life. ~ Marlee Matlin,
4740:In 1847 three English children fell seriously ill after eating birthday cake decorated with arsenic-tinted green leaves. ~ Deborah Blum,
4741:In everything I do, my children come first, and my husband. I just think it's so important to maintain family stability. ~ Cindy McCain,
4742:It is a pity that Elizabeth and I cannot marry each other. Our children would have gained mastery over the whole world. ~ Pope Sixtus V,
4743:It's a significant question: should black people only adopt black children, and white people white children? ~ Adewale Akinnuoye Agbaje,
4744:It's not possible to put into words the sense of loss and grief that comes to a family that loses one of their children. ~ John R Allen,
4745:It's the biggest economic influence in a woman's life whether she can decide when and whether to have children or not. ~ Gloria Steinem,
4746:It was getting to be so ridiculous, she was surprised there weren't special schools for the boring, average children. ~ Karin Slaughter,
4747:I would give up the unessential; I would give my money, I would give my life for my children; but I wouldn't give myself. ~ Kate Chopin,
4748:I would say to you that Americans of Hispanic descent want desperately to give their children the chances they never had. ~ Marco Rubio,
4749:My mother was not one to say to her children “I love you”. It was an assumed truth, given freely at the gate of the womb. ~ Eugenia Kim,
4750:My wife, my daughters, even my grandchildren are funny. You've got to keep a sense of humor because anger destroys you. ~ Michael Caine,
4751:Now there are adults without children who go to Disney, and they are called weirdos. Very nice people. Absolutely crazy. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
4752:On the contrary, if grandparents want to make a positive difference in their grandchildren’s lives, they must have a plan. ~ Tim Kimmel,
4753:Parents can only advise their children or point them in the right direction. Ultimately people shape their own characters. ~ Anne Frank,
4754:Play itself is a primary process, not a luxury, not a hobby, but something all children must do to survive into adulthood. ~ Sarah Ruhl,
4755:Poor children cannot enter the public gardens; still, one would think that, as children, they had a right to the flowers. ~ Victor Hugo,
4756:Raising children is like making biscuits: it is as easy to raise a big batch as one, while you have your hands in the dough. ~ E W Howe,
4757:Small, easy wins always get prioritised over difficult tasks. It’s like children choosing between chocolate and broccoli. ~ Gojko Adzic,
4758:Somehow destiny comes into play. These children end up with you and you end up with them. It's something quite magical. ~ Nicole Kidman,
4759:Teach your children how to identify their own strengths and challenge them to contribute these strengths to others. ~ Marcus Buckingham,
4760:Telling my children was the toughest part. But that's when you get strong, because you have to be strong for other people. ~ Amy Robach,
4761:The day after that, all the children disappeared, as if London had shrugged and the small people had fallen off the edge. ~ Lissa Evans,
4762:The generation of Afghan children whose ears would know nothing but the sounds of bombs and gunfire was not yet born. ~ Khaled Hosseini,
4763:The great model of the affection of love in human beings is the sentiment which subsists between parents and children. ~ William Godwin,
4764:... the last year had seen women and children carrying [gas] masks about as they carried a handbag or a skipping rope. ~ Kristy Cambron,
4765:The main market share is once again children; 1 in 8 of whom are now consuming 22 cans of cola each week – yes 22 cans! As ~ Jason Vale,
4766:The most important thing is to change what children see from the beginning. To not create a problem we have to fix later. ~ Geena Davis,
4767:There are times in life when people must know when not to let go. Balloons are designed to teach small children this. ~ Terry Pratchett,
4768:There was reason to fear that the Revolution, like Saturn, might devour in turn each one of her children. ~ Pierre Victurnien Vergniaud,
4769:These days, they use so much pesticide that when I feed the children, I have to soak the vegetables for at least two hours. ~ Liu Cixin,
4770:To terrify children with the image of hell, to consider women an inferior creation - is that good for the world? ~ Christopher Hitchens,
4771:Valda said that if you change your residence every six months you can legally free your children from compulsory education. ~ John Cage,
4772:We must conserve our environment and pass it on to our children in as good or better condition than it was passed to us. ~ Mark Kennedy,
4773:We teach children how to measure and how to weigh. We fail to teach them how to revere, how to sense wonder and awe. ~ Harold S Kushner,
4774:We will make time for us,” he vowed. “Because no matter how many children you give me, you’ll always be first in my life. ~ E B Walters,
4775:When we, as small children, experienced our safety or security being threatened, our bodies reacted by erecting defenses. ~ Mark Wolynn,
4776:When your dad makes a living as a children's singer, you figure, 'I can do anything.' He made up his own job and did it. ~ Andy Grammer,
4777:Whereas the intuitive children like to learn by insight, the sensing children prefer to learn by familiarization. ~ Isabel Briggs Myers,
4778:You children, you forget that no matter how high the okra tree grows, it's never mightier than the hand that planted it. ~ Chika Unigwe,
4779:A nation that does not stand for its children does not stand for anything and will not stand tall in the future. ~ Marian Wright Edelman,
4780:Bad parent! Bad Parent! Your children will grow up to be drug addicts, derelicts, serial murderers and hedge fund managers! ~ Eric Flint,
4781:Bits of the World:
gathering up bits of the world & setting them out in an order that her children can understand ~ Brian Andreas,
4782:Cherish your vision and your dreams as they are the children of your soul, the blueprints of your ultimate achievements. ~ Napoleon Hill,
4783:Children do live in fantasy and reality; they move back and forth very easily in a way we no longer remember how to do. ~ Maurice Sendak,
4784:Children don't say, “I had a hard day at school today; can I talk to you about it?” They say, “Will you play with me? ~ Lawrence J Cohen,
4785:Children in the abstract, had never appealed to me. They seemed to be loud creatures, often dripping some form of goo. ~ Stephenie Meyer,
4786:Children need to grow up and make their own decisions - how they want to pierce their bodies or do whatever they need to. ~ Kim Basinger,
4787:Children, who have yet to learn our ways, are notoriously promiscuous in their affection. They’ll sit on anyone’s knee. ~ Hanif Kureishi,
4788:Children with healthy mothers are much more likely to survive childhood, attend school and live healthy, productive lives. ~ Liya Kebede,
4789:Crowded classrooms and half-day sessions are a tragic waste of our greatest national resource - the minds of our children. ~ Walt Disney,
4790:Don’t just teach your children to read. Teach them to question what they read. Teach them to question everything.” After ~ Warren Berger,
4791:Early investment in the lives of disadvantaged children will help reduce inequality, in both the short and the long run. ~ James Heckman,
4792:English children have lost their innocence, for their first lessons have been in the exploitation of their adult slave. ~ Germaine Greer,
4793:for every soldier who serves in a war zone abroad, there are ten children who are endangered in their own homes. ~ Bessel A van der Kolk,
4794:Had I not had children of my own, I would have never written books for children, nor would I have been capable of doing so. ~ Roald Dahl,
4795:He couldn't just take her home, bed her, and wait for children to pop out. Somewhere in between, he'd have to talk to her. ~ Jodi Thomas,
4796:His chains chinked softly. I seldom fling children from towers to improve their health. Yes, I meant for him to die. ~ George R R Martin,
4797:I beg my Children to be just and virtuous, never to disgrace my name or theirs, and then they are out of fortune's power ~ Thomas Willis,
4798:I do not think consciously of children [when writing] … I do know that children read me more intelligently than adults do. ~ Alan Garner,
4799:If children are not permitted-not taught-to be adventurers and explorers as children, what will become of the world...? ~ Michael Chabon,
4800:I fear you’ll forever live with a shadow on your heart if children—or at least a child—are not part of your life. ~ Lori Nelson Spielman,
4801:I have often thought,” she said, “that women are the only true adults in the world, and men are a species of children. ~ Phyllis T Smith,
4802:I liked myths. They weren't adult stories and they weren't children's stories. They were better than that. They just were. ~ Neil Gaiman,
4803:I love being a dad, it keeps me fit and inspired and children are so funny. They always supply you with acting material! ~ Wesley Snipes,
4804:I'm not trying to be philosophical, but I really think it's my job to help children. And I don't care if people laugh. ~ Michael Jackson,
4805:I'm only seven, although I died In Hiroshima long ago, I'm seven now as I was then - When children die, they do not grow. ~ Naz m Hikmet,
4806:I'm trying to find a man to share my life with, but it's not been easy. I'm a 35-year-old woman with two small children. ~ Nicole Kidman,
4807:In a way, every parent is sort of dependent on the benevolence of the society around them to take care of their children. ~ Mohsin Hamid,
4808:Indeed we all try to raise our children as if our past experiences are important for their future, but they rarely are. ~ Nelson DeMille,
4809:Industrialization created the Father's Catch-22: a dad loving his children by being away from the love of his children. ~ Warren Farrell,
4810:I never get any protests from children. All you get are giggles of mirth and squirms of delight. I know what children like. ~ Roald Dahl,
4811:I never set out to write books for children. I don't have a feeling that I'm gonna save children or my life is devoted. ~ Maurice Sendak,
4812:I now know my children will live in a world far different from own. In their world, the Cubs are the best team in baseball. ~ Rich Cohen,
4813:I paid more attention to the way I looked before my children were born. Afterward, it wasnt important to look exactly right. ~ Meg Tilly,
4814:I read a great deal, avoided the comapny of the children in school who seemed superfical, and fell in love with nature. ~ Frederick Lenz,
4815:I think it is very important for us to make clear to our children that our country really is great because we're good. ~ Hillary Clinton,
4816:I think that an author who speaks about his own books is almost as bad as a mother who talks about her own children. ~ Benjamin Disraeli,
4817:It is difficult to discern a serious threat to religious liberty from a room of silent, thoughtful schoolchildren. ~ Sandra Day O Connor,
4818:It is good for children to find themselves facing the elements of a fairy tale - they are well-equipped to deal with these ~ Neil Gaiman,
4819:It is the function of parents to see that their children habitually experience the true consequences of their conduct. ~ Herbert Spencer,
4820:It really is silly when adults try to protect children, as though we are not on our way to becoming adults ourselves. We ~ Robin Stevens,
4821:it’s crazy, isn’t it, the way we always say that children belong to their parents, when it’s really the other way around? ~ Jodi Picoult,
4822:It sends out a very clear message: "Mess with us and we'll do something worse than kill you. We'll kill your children. ~ Suzanne Collins,
4823:It's hard to have little children and a job and career at the same time. There is no time left for you as a woman. ~ Sandra Day O Connor,
4824:I've got a pretty good idea what children are, and we're not children. Children can lose sometimes, and nobody cares. ~ Orson Scott Card,
4825:I’ve learned that once children gain a sense of real possession, they share very naturally, freely, and spontaneously. ~ Stephen R Covey,
4826:I want the cleanest water, the freshest air and wildlife in abundance... but most of all I want a future for our children. ~ Steve Irwin,
4827:I will fight for my children on any level so they can reach their potential as human beings and in their public duties. ~ Princess Diana,
4828:I wish all the mothers, fathers and children out there realize how much I need them and how much I value their support. ~ Princess Diana,
4829:Like every mother, my wish - every birthday - is for my children to stay healthy (and) for my family to remain healthy. ~ Angelina Jolie,
4830:My children, it is permitted you in time of grave danger to walk with the devil until you have crossed the bridge. ~ Winston S Churchill,
4831:My discrepancy with children in the industry is that they are made famous before they know who they are as human beings. ~ Corey Feldman,
4832:My mum's always on at me to have children and blames 'that stupid stage thing you do' for me not already having a family. ~ Paloma Faith,
4833:ONCE THERE WERE FOUR CHILDREN whose names were Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. This story is about something that happened to ~ C S Lewis,
4834:One learns more of Christ in being married and rearing children than in several lifetimes spent in study in a monastery. ~ Martin Luther,
4835:Our children long for realistic maps of the future that they can be proud of. Where are the cartographers of human purpose? ~ Carl Sagan,
4836:Parents shouldn't assume children are made out of sugar candy and will break and collapse instantly. Kids don't. We do. ~ Maurice Sendak,
4837:Parents shouldn't lie to their children-not even when they think it's for their own good. Even a little lie is dangerous. ~ Pablo Casals,
4838:PRO13.22 A good man leaveth an inheritance to his children’s children: and the wealth of the sinner is laid up for the just. ~ Anonymous,
4839:Questioning authority is, I think, a great thing to instill in children. I just didn't have enough of that when I was little. ~ Amy Chua,
4840:Russell Brand has announced that he plans to write a series of children's books. First up: 'Horton Hears a Heroin Dealer.' ~ Joan Rivers,
4841:Somewhat paradoxically, parenting programs should focus on the behavior of the parents not the behavior of the children. ~ Timothy Carey,
4842:Telling computer guys that they need to have permission to quote things is like having to tell little children about Death. ~ Ted Nelson,
4843:That's all about the natural order of things, the idea of nature protecting children but also children protecting nature. ~ Hugh Jackman,
4844:The greatest sign of success for a teacher is to be able to say, "The children are now working as if I did not exist. ~ Maria Montessori,
4845:They are to teach what is good, so that they may encourage the young women to love their husbands and children. Titus 2:3–4 ~ Beth Moore,
4846:They’re medics. Rebel medics. I’d know the uniforms anywhere. They swarm in among the children, wielding medical kits. ~ Suzanne Collins,
4847:They should be taking bonuses from bankers, not library books from schoolchildren. What kind of society are we building? ~ Sara Sheridan,
4848:They’ve done it before and they did it tonight and they’ll do it again and when they do it – seems that only children weep. ~ Harper Lee,
4849:thousand Craig Haycocks had been unleashed on St. Davids. An army of men, women and children reduced to insane savagery. ~ K R Griffiths,
4850:Too many of our children cannot read. Reading is the building block, and it must be the foundation for education reform. ~ George W Bush,
4851:Truly, we are the gods' own children, forged in the fire of our tortured pasts, but also blessed with unimaginable gifts. ~ R L LaFevers,
4852:Until we teach our children that they need to be concerned with how they look and with what other people think, they dance. ~ Bren Brown,
4853:We can lead this world and make it safer and more secure for our children and our grandchildren, for generations to come. ~ Barack Obama,
4854:We don’t want to limit what God can do in our children by trying to parent them alone—Trust God to take care of them. ~ Stormie Omartian,
4855:When children have grieving parents it's also common for them to feel an obligation to cheer them up and make them happy. ~ Simon Callow,
4856:When looking at her I imagine my childhood and I live it all over again. Having children is getting to live two lives. ~ Christie Watson,
4857:When the world shifts its focus on heart over mind, we will finally experience a beautiful global garden for our children. ~ Suzy Kassem,
4858:When you borrow you plan to pay back. We're stealing from our children - so many people have no intention of paying back. ~ Jane Goodall,
4859:Who is going to be the first to face up to the need for self-restraint in the number of children brought into the world? ~ Prince Philip,
4860:Why children?' he asked. 'Why always children? For love to end where it begins is far more beautiful, and Nature knows it. ~ E M Forster,
4861:Why haven't I got a husband and children?" mused Greta Garbo to the Dutchess of Windsor, "I never met a man I could marry. ~ Greta Garbo,
4862:You can put a girlfriend on a motorcycle, yes, but what about your children and your bridesmaids, and your mother-in-law? ~ Anne Fortier,
4863:You dwell in whitened castles with deep and poisoned moats and cannot hear the curses which fill your children's throats. ~ Maya Angelou,
4864:You keep thinking of the little children,” Eleanor said to Theodora, “but I can’t forget that lonely little companion, ~ Shirley Jackson,
4865:All peoples and nations are of one family, the children of one Father, and should be to one another as brothers and sisters. ~ Bah u ll h,
4866:All the same, there was no need to prime my children to be paranoid—not when I was perfectly happy to fret for all of us. ~ Camille Pag n,
4867:and all children everywhere go through a phase in which they become oddly fascinated with the idea of “gone” and “all gone. ~ Bill Bryson,
4868:And my wrath shall wax hot, and I will kill you with the sword; and your wives shall be widows, and your children fatherless. ~ Anonymous,
4869:Architecture and any art can transform a person, even save someone. It can for children - for anyone. It still does for me. ~ Frank Gehry,
4870:As a rule, young children don't complain of wanting to fingerpaint but finding themselves mysteriously unable to do so. ~ Victoria Nelson,
4871:As children we are all individualists; it is only as we grow older that we acquire a certain grey similarity to each other. ~ Ruskin Bond,
4872:At some point in the family history, parents begin to look to children for explanation, instead of children to parents. ~ Dorothy Whipple,
4873:But far more dangerous are the others, who began when you were children, and took possession of your minds with their falsehoods, ~ Plato,
4874:Can't India dream of exporting teachers of high calibre? Can't we instil the desire in children to become great teachers? ~ Narendra Modi,
4875:Cars are necessary, but take a more humble one. Think of how many children die of hunger and dedicate the savings to them. ~ Pope Francis,
4876:Children are caterpillars and adults are butterflies. No butterfly ever remembers what it felt like being a caterpillar. ~ Cornelia Funke,
4877:Children are like poems. They're beautiful -- to their creators -- but to others they're just silly and fucking annoying. ~ Doug Stanhope,
4878:Children are sweet as the buds in spring, But I've noticed that those who have them Have nothing but trouble all their lives. ~ Euripides,
4879:Children born of fairy stock Never need for shirt or frock, Never want for food or fire, Always get their heart's desire. ~ Robert Graves,
4880:Children do not find fault with their parents until later. In the beginning, the love you get is the love that sets. ~ Jeanette Winterson,
4881:Children do not give up their innate imagination, curiosity, dreaminess easily. You have to love them to get them to do that. ~ R D Laing,
4882:Children everywhere have similar ways of entretaining themselves. If you look at it this way, the world isn't so big. ~ William Kamkwamba,
4883:Children involved in project work are encouraged to serve the group needs and share responsibility for what's accomplished. ~ Lilian Katz,
4884:Children live in the same world we do. To kid ourselves that we can shelter them from it isn't just naive it's a vanity. ~ Lionel Shriver,
4885:Children needed space more than overprotection. Parents who hovered were meeting their own needs, not their children’s. ~ Martha Woodroof,
4886:Children played at those stories; they dreamed about them. They took them to heart and acted as if to live inside them. ~ Gregory Maguire,
4887:Children raised believing that their parents are responsible for their happiness develop a strong sense of entitlement. ~ Noha Alshugairi,
4888:children, those lucky ones to whom clocks are of no consequence but who drift along on the true emotional content of time. ~ Jim Harrison,
4889:Children were not pets, not furniture, not items put on earth to bring pleasure to people who owned them, she raged to herself. ~ C J Box,
4890:Do you have children? she asked. No. Why? The man answered that one had to have faith in the world to have children. ~ Alessandro Baricco,
4891:God never forgets His promises to us. In turn, He intends for His children never to forget His faithfulness to fulfill them. ~ Beth Moore,
4892:Here's a note to the parents of addicted children: Choose your music carefully...There are millions of treacherous moments. ~ David Sheff,
4893:He who has forgotten his childhood and lost sympathy with the children is not a man who can teach them or help them. ~ Jiddu Krishnamurti,
4894:I don't dislike children, I just don't particularly want to be around with them a lot. Problem is, neither do their parents. ~ Bill Maher,
4895:If children are to be educated to understand the true principle of patriotism, their mother must be a patriot [...] ~ Mary Wollstonecraft,
4896:If God has allowed something difficult to happen to one of his children, he plans to use it mightily, if the child lets him. ~ Beth Moore,
4897:If we never have headaches through rebuking our children, we shall have plenty of heartaches when they grow up. ~ Charles Haddon Spurgeon,
4898:If we would amend the World, we should mend Our selves; and teach our Children to be, not what we are, but what they should be. ~ Various,
4899:If you say children wouldn't know anything about masturbation on their own, you've never changed a little boy's diaper. ~ Joycelyn Elders,
4900:I have a fantastic wife, and not only in terms of external beauty. Her priority and mine is our children. That is our choice. ~ Luis Figo,
4901:I liked myths. They weren’t adult stories and they weren��t children’s stories. They were better than that. They just were. ~ Neil Gaiman,
4902:I'm desperate to have children. I am chomping at the bit. It's a problem. I can't imagine that I will not be a mother. ~ Ginnifer Goodwin,
4903:I'm healthy, I have beautiful children and a beautiful life. I don't want to go toward negative stuff because I'm scared. ~ Molly Shannon,
4904:I'm not a great man to my children. I'm just 'Pop.' The more involved I am with my kids, it keeps my head flat on top. ~ Steven Spielberg,
4905:In May I received an anonymous Mother’s Day card. This puzzled me. I would have noticed if I had ever had children, surely? ~ Neil Gaiman,
4906:In Russia a man is called reactionary if he objects to having his property stolen and his wife and children murdered. ~ Winston Churchill,
4907:In Stamps the segregation was so complete that most Black children didn't really, absolutely know what whites looked like. ~ Maya Angelou,
4908:I think: it’s strange how the old Can drop off to sleep in the middle of calamity Like children, or like hardened campaigners ~ T S Eliot,
4909:I think there are probably just as many adults who would miss the humor of my books, if not more, as there are children. ~ Daniel Handler,
4910:It's children, he thought, that give us our lives; without them we are nothing, we are here and then gone, like the dust. ~ Justin Cronin,
4911:It's important for the children's point of view. That they have parents who are equally unreasonable, but in different ways. ~ Guy Jenkin,
4912:It's important to give a better country to your children, but it is more important to give better children to your country. ~ Carlos Slim,
4913:I've always been fascinated by the way that children and animals suffer stoically in a way that