Diverse Quotes

Quotes tagged as "diverse" (showing 1-21 of 21)
“Life can be generous, but leaves us with a trilemma: How can we reconcile three diverse features: ‘I’, 'me' and the 'others'. Since the “I” entails what I want; the “me” what others expect of me and the “others” what others themselves want. The bridges between "individuality", “surroundings” and "otherness" can be abysmal and very often waiting to be restored. (“I am on my own side, but I can listen “ )”
Erik Pevernagie

Trevor Noah
“—a knowledgeable man is a free man, or at least a man who longs for freedom.”
Trevor Noah, Born a Crime: Stories From a South African Childhood

“We are all part of the same rainbow. We are all reflections of each other. As unique and diverse as we are in character and skills, the source of all creation is as multidimensional as we are.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Rachel A. Marks
“The demon is crouched in the corner, between the Cheetos and the onion dip. It’s a small one, only about four feet tall: a low-level creeper. I flick my gaze over the spot like I don’t see it and open the cooler door to get a Coke.”
Rachel A. Marks, Darkness Brutal

Israelmore Ayivor
“Look upward to your God for direction! Look inward into yourself and discover your talents! Look outward into your environment and get helped! Stop looking at one direction!”
Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes

Aman Jassal
“Sometimes it’s OK to go with the flow; you need not to be a winner, diverse, superior, special EVERYTIME.”
Aman Jassal, Rainbow - the shades of love

Jay Woodman
“I am so grateful to be here on this awesome planet with it's diverse life - everything we need to not just survive but to thrive. I am excited to continually learn more about it, and always curious to see what is going to come up next.”
Jay Woodman

Christina Engela
“The only way a society of diverse people can survive without tearing itself apart over differences in nature is by accepting that ALL people are different, and that no single one of us is more or less deserving of decent treatment, compassion, legal and ethical equality, justice, life, or love, than any other.”
Christina Engela, Autumn Burning: Dreadtime Stories for the Wicked Soul

Mark Oshiro
“Oh, Moss," she said. "How little faith you have in others."
"Do you blame me? I don't have much faith to go on these days, what with the world ending around us."
"You know, sometimes it does feel like we're in one of those trendy dystopian novels," she admitted. "Except a lot less white.”
Mark Oshiro, Anger Is a Gift

Steven Magee
“Be unpredictable.”
Steven Magee

Nico J. Genes
“I like nature and I enjoy walking through the forest admiring its beauty and breathing not just the fresh air but, also the quietness and peacefulness of the place. There I feel serene. I feel I am accepted just the way I am whenever I arrive and for as long as I stay. Yes, there it doesn’t matter how I look, what country I come from, if I am from rich or poor family, what is my education, income, religion, sexual orientation and color of skin. It doesn’t even care if my hair looks messy and whether I wear the latest fashion cloths.”
Nico J. Genes

Assegid Habtewold
“In this chaotic and diverse world, the human race wouldn't have survived and co-exited, thanks to universally shared values. Saved by values!”
Assegid Habtewold, The 9 Cardinal Building Blocks: For Continued Success in Leadership

Christina Engela
“The Imperial Senate, ever conscious of the weight of public opinion resting on the tip of the pencil come voting day, wanted to be fair and just – or at least appear that way. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, there was little love lost between Imperial troops and the locals who viewed each other with little short of open hostility, and often through the sighting devices attached to weaponry of various diverse descriptions.”
Christina Engela, Dead Beckoning

“Yes. I’ve never met another Aspie girl before.… I mean, that I know of. I guess I probably have, just not another girl who knew she was on the spectrum.” I’m rambling, so I stop myself. “Does that make sense?” Josie giggles a little. “Yes, it makes perfect sense.” She stands up and steps closer to the table. “I actually just spoke about this on the Diversity in Media panel. When did you realize you’re on the spectrum?”
“At first, I hated it. I felt like there was no hope, that no matter how hard I try, I’ll never fit in and everything would always be hard for me.”
Jen Wilde

“Each and every one of us was created to carry out justice, judgment, truth and equity on the earth. It could be in different spheres of life, in various professions or in diverse gifting. But the mandate is clear, his nature must be reflected on the earth. If he is a God of justice, people must see his justice on earth. If he is a God of sound judgment, that sound mind must be revealed in people who identify themselves with him on daily basis. If God is truth, that truth must reign supreme on the earth even as he reigns over the universe. If fairness, impartiality, equity, are his essence, that should become dominant in any society”
Sunday Adelaja

Faiqa Mansab
“It is not often that I have two options to choose from. It is nice to be compelled towards something, otherwise one drifts through life unimpeded.”
Faiqa Mansab, This House of Clay and Water

“When water is being filled in a pot, the sound we hear is a function of the pot, not of the water. Same water makes different sounds in different pots. Each of us, described in Sanskrit as Ghata, meaning pot, responds in a unique way to the stimuli from the surrounding environment. Do not be surprised when the response of another appears entirely different from yours. The pot has created the illusion of a wall, of mine and other. Once you become aware of that illusion, otherness melts and the universe becomes a unified verse again, with apparently diverse responses becoming part of the same symphony.”
R. N. Prasher

“Each and every one of us was created to carry out justice, judgment, truth and equity on the earth. It could be in different spheres of life, in various professions or in diverse gifting”
Sunday Adelaja

Talismanist Giebra
“Welcome to Planet Earth, the destination of fragmented wisdom.”
Talismanist Giebra, Talismanist: Fragments of the Ancient Fire. Philosophy of Fragmentism Series.

“Life is so diverse that we have only just scratched the surface.”
Anthony T. Hincks

“Autism is not scary!
Autism is a beautiful heart somewhere deep inside you.”
Thomais V. Moshopoulos