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Quotes About Future Generations

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Nadège Richards
“I write because I'm free,

because I can,

because I will.



I write because I must,

because I'm breathing,

because I'd go crazy otherwise,

because it's who I am.



I write to make a statement,

to share my thoughts,

to discover myself,

to express my ideas.



But most of all, I write for future generations.

I write for love.

I write to inspire.

I write to encourage.

I write for me.”
Nadège Richards

“The COUNTRY is controlled by LAWS>
LAWS are controlled by POLITICIANS>
POLITICIANS are controlled by VOTERS>
VOTERS are controlled by PUBLIC OPINION>
PUBLIC OPINION is controlled by the MEDIA (News, Hollywood, Internet...) & EDUCATION

so. whoever controls MEDIA & EDUCATION, controls the COUNTRY.”
William J. Federer, Change to Chains-The 6,000 Year Quest for Control -Volume I-Rise of the Republic

E.A. Bucchianeri
“It is unfortunate that in most cases when the sins of the father fall on the son it is because unlike God, people refuse to forgive and forget and heap past wrongs upon innocent generations.”
E.A. Bucchianeri, Brushstrokes of a Gadfly

Thích Nhất Hạnh
“If you abandon your two glasses of wine, it is to show your children, your friends, and your society that your life is not only for yourself. Your life is for your ancestors, future generations, and also your society. To stop drinking two glasses of wine every week is a very deep practice, even if it has not brought you any harm. That is the insight of a bodhisattva who knows that everything she does is done for all her ancestors and future generations... In modern life, people think that their body belongs to them and they can do anything they want to it... This is one of the manifestations of individualism. But, according to the teaching of emptiness, your body is not yours. Your body belongs to your ancestors, your parents, and future generations. It also belongs to society and to all other living beings. All of them have come together to bring about the presence of this body--the trees, clouds, everything. Keeping your body healthy is to express gratitude to the whole cosmos, to all ancestors, and also not to betray the future generations," (64-65).”
Thích Nhất Hạnh

Stephanie Laurens
“..the family motto, after all, is 'To Have and To Hold'. We were always a warrior breed, but we don't fight solely for lands and material wealth. There's an understanding, drummed into all of us from our earliest years, that success-true success-means capturing and holding , something more. That something more is the future-to excel is very well, but one needs to excel and survive. To seize lands is well and good, but we want to hold them for all time. Which means creating and building a family-defending the family that is, and creating the next generation. Because it's the next generation that's our future. Without securing that future, material success is no real success at all.”
Stephanie Laurens, Scandal's Bride

Bryant McGill
“Assaults against women and children are assaults against any potential positive future for the world.”
Bryant McGill, Voice of Reason

Seneca
“The greatest loss of time is delay and expectation, which depend upon the future. We let go the present, which we have in our power, and look forward to that which depends upon chance, and so relinquish a certainty for an uncertainty.”
Seneca

John Rachel
“We hold our dreams and ideals close to our hearts, where the promises are made to the future generations.”
John Rachel, A Long Night's Journey Into Daylight

Edward Abbey
“Those who have no sense of posterity or any concern for future generations are the ones who are really dead. I mean, they are dead right now. Walking zombies.”
Edward Abbey, Postcards from Ed: Dispatches and Salvos from an American Iconoclast

Stefan Molyneux
“All we think about in the cycle of violence is men.
If we miss the oestrogen factor we cannot solve the cycle of violence. We cannot bring peace to the world unless we hold women accountable and morally responsible, particularly for their attacks upon children.”
Stefan Molyneux

Laura Weakley
“We are images of Adonai, and are responsible for one another, and for taking care of all on earth created by Adonai: just as Adonai is responsible for everything created. We learned to differentiate between good and evil. We can even create order out of chaos, as Adonai did on day one. We not only procreate, but also teach the next generations. (Deuteronomy 6:7). All of these abilities and responsibilities, we inherited when created in the image of Adonai. Every person also has a spark of Adonai within. We can choose to ignore this, or to embrace this. We have the power of choice. With this great power, comes great responsibility. You see, not only were we given the ability to reason, but also, we have the ability to create a new and different future, because we have the ability to change, both ourselves, and the world.”
Laura Weakley, What The Torah Teaches Us About Life / Through The Themes Of The Weekly Torah Portions

“Direction is only necessary when your destination is certain but the path to get there isn't clear to you”
Fela Durotoye

“It's the oldest story in the world. One day you're 17 planning for someday and then quietly, without you ever noticing, someday today. And then someday yesterday. And this is your life.”
One tree hill

“Despite the turbulence our nation has experienced, we WILL arrive safely and without incident!”
Fela Durotoye

“We must see the new Nigeria The Nigeria We Want we must accept personal responsibility to build it”
Fela Durotoye

Enock Maregesi
“Kila binadamu hapa duniani ni wa thamani kubwa. Chochote utakachofanya, kizuri au kibaya, kidogo au kikubwa, kitabadilisha maisha ya watu. Ukiwa na msingi mzuri kwa mwanao ataishi vizuri atakapokuwa mkubwa, atakuwa na uwezo mkubwa wa kuacha dunia katika hali nzuri kuliko alivyoikuta. Ukiwa na msingi mbaya kwa mwanao ataishi vibaya atakapokuwa mkubwa, atakuwa na uwezo mdogo wa kuacha dunia katika hali nzuri kuliko alivyoikuta. Kuwa mkarimu kwa mazingira, kuwa mkarimu kwa wanyama, kuwa mkarimu kwa binadamu wenzako, kwa faida ya vizazi vijavyo.”
Enock Maregesi

Tim Cahill
“The traces of our life here will lie cold and still, dreaming, like the brittle eyes of dolls in an abandoned cabin, and the last men will look to them for explanations, or apologies.”
Tim Cahill, Jaguars Ripped My Flesh

Anthon St. Maarten
“Our physical world seems ready and able to accommodate the needs of the spiritually awakened new Superhuman. The constraints or demands of our material world are not the real problem; it is our own spiritual awareness and philosophical wisdom that is lagging behind.”
Anthon St. Maarten, Divine Living: The Essential Guide To Your True Destiny

“Showing charity towards others is the biggest lesson we can
teach our children to guide them in their future on this planet. ”
Simin Hashemizadeh

Megan Duke
“He was protecting me with just the tips of his fingers, like five miniature copies of his heart touching my skin.”
Megan Duke, Without Me

Enock Maregesi
“Kwa nini tuseme a.k.a na si k.k.k au k.n.k au k.a.k? Lazima tujifunze kuipenda na kuitetea lugha yetu kwa usumbufu wa vizazi vijavyo.”
Enock Maregesi

Enock Maregesi
“A.K.A kirefu chake ni 'Also Known As'. K.K.K kirefu chake ni 'Kadhalika Kikijulikana Kama'. K.N.K kirefu chake ni 'Kadhalika Nikijulikana Kama'. K.A.K kirefu chake ni 'Kadhalika Akijulikana Kama'. Kadhalika, unaweza kusema P.K.K (Pia Kikijulikana Kama), P.N.K (Pia Nikijulikana Kama) au P.A.K (Pia Akijulikana Kama).Tujifunze kuupenda utamaduni wetu, ili vizazi vijavyo visisumbuke.”
Enock Maregesi

Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum
“Without a vision to guide our path, and without ambition that knows no limits, we can never build a bright future for generations to come.”
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

“Spiritual Awareness is not gained through the use and abuse of drugs, it is only lost, and for just this lifetime but also for the next and future generations to come.”
Richard Rensberry

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