Family Values Quotes

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Mario Puzo
“Never show anger at slight,Tell nothing.Earn Respect from everyone by deeds,not Words.Respect the members of your Blood Family.Gambling was Recreation,Not a way to earn a Living.Love your Father,your Mother,
your Sister but beware of Loving any other Woman than your Wife.And a Wife was a woman who bore your Children.And once that happened to You,your Life was Forfeit to give them their daily bread”
Mario Puzo, The Last Don

Sidney Poitier
“As I entered this world, I would leave behind the nurturing of my family and my home, but in another sense I would take their protection with me. The lessons I had learned, the feelings of groundedness and belonging that have been woven into my character there, would be my companions on the journey.”
Sidney Poitier, The Measure of a Man: A Spiritual Autobiography

Ruth Hurmence Green
“Personally, I think the 'Christian family' should be called a Christian fantasy.”
Ruth Hurmence Green

Christopher Hitchens
“This is what you get when you found a political system on the family values of Henry VIII. At a point in the not-too-remote future, the stout heart of Queen Elizabeth II will cease to beat. At that precise moment, her firstborn son will become head of state, head of the armed forces, and head of the Church of England. In strict constitutional terms, this ought not to matter much. The English monarchy, as has been said, reigns but does not rule. From the aesthetic point of view it will matter a bit, because the prospect of a morose bat-eared and chinless man, prematurely aged, and with the most abysmal taste in royal consorts, is a distinctly lowering one.”
Christopher Hitchens

Germany Kent
“Spread love. Hug the people you care about and make sure they know that you care and appreciate them. Make it known to your friends and family that you love them.”
Germany Kent

Oswald Mosley
“Naturally we believe in our own race. Any man or woman worth anything believes in his own race as he believes in his own family. But because you believe in your own race or in your own family doesn't mean you want to injure other races or other families.”
Oswald Mosley

Michelle Sagara West
“Bellusdeo laughed. It was, for a moment, the only sound in the quiet of the fief’s night, and it was warmer and deeper than the lingering night chill. When her laughter faded, she glanced at Kaylin. “I was not like this before. I thought that the Shadows had not touched me.” She lowered her head a moment.
Kaylin understood this, as well. “It seems so unfair,” she finally said.
“Life is unfair. Which part of it pains you?”
“We suffer, and it breaks something. When we win free—by gaining our name, by crossing a bloody bridge—we still live in a cage of scars. If life were fair, we would never have suffered what we suffered at all; having suffered it and survived, we’re still reacting to things that don’t exist anymore.”
“But they did.”
“Yes. I hate that they still define me.” Voice lower, she said to Bellusdeo, “I want that to change. I don’t know how to change it. But I’m willing to spend the rest of my life trying.” Shaking her head, she forced herself to smile; it was surprisingly easy. There was something about Bellusdeo that she liked. “Home is a strange thing.”
“What do you mean?”
“We lose it, and we think it’s gone forever. That’s how I felt the first time I lost mine. It took me years to understand that I could find—and make—another. I couldn’t do it on my own, though; I don’t think—for me—home exists in isolation.”
Michelle Sagara West, Cast in Ruin

Tamuna Tsertsvadze
“My nation is my family, and a family is the basis of my inner being, the solid ground on which I stand. If a family breaks from the inside, it leads to the complete destruction. I have a mission… Whenever my nation, my family, needs me, I shall be there.”
Tamuna Tsertsvadze, Barbarian

Mike Rowe
“If you ask the other John and Peggy (my parents) how they’ve managed to stay married for well over half a century, they’ll credit an uncompromising level of honesty with each other. If you press them, though, you’ll learn that their commitment to the truth did not extend to their children. Indeed, when it came to raising three boys on a public school teachers salary, my parents lied like rugs./
It was a strange sort of snobbery to develop at such an early age - this sympathy for the more fortunate - but that’s precisely what my parents engendered. With duplicity and guile, they Turn envy to pity. By the time I was eleven, I felt nothing but compassion for classmates of mine who had been forced to wear the latest fashions. Sadly, they had no older cousins to provide them with a superior wardrobe of “softer, sturdier, broken-in alternatives.”
Mike Rowe, The Way I Heard It

“I strive everyday to be a great parent so my kids can be better people when they move out into the world on their own.”
Angela Vallely

“Family accents are to be accepted as the ideal language of life and love”
J. Ruby

“Family will not agree on everything, nor will a family unit conform to one standard, but love is the common denominator that will bond a family.”
Wayne Chirisa

Anath Lee Wales
“your family is the most important treasure you have in this world”
Anath Lee Wales, your life can be changed.: the true guide to become a change maker!

Gift Gugu Mona
“I love my family because they are always there fore me even in my most fragile moments.”
Gift Gugu Mona

Susan Jacoby
“The film [March of the Penguins] has been endorsed by religious conservatives not only as a demonstration of God’s presence in nature but as an affirmation of “traditional norms like monogamy, sacrifice, and child-rearing.” These penguin family values, however, mandate monogamy for only one reproductive cycle: mama and papa penguin, once their chick is old enough to survive on its own, flop back into the ocean and never see each other or their offspring again. In the next mating cycle, they choose new partners. But why quibble? Serial monogamy, if ordained by a supreme being, is apparently good enough.”
Susan Jacoby, The Age of American Unreason

Oliver Oyanadel
“You would never make love in front of your children; why would you ever fight in front of your children?”
Oliver Oyanadel

“Givers are never greedy, The Greedy never give.”
Martin Uzochukwu Ugwu

“Givers are never greedy. Greedy ones never give.”
Martin Uzochukwu Ugwu

“No discipline begets indiscipline.”
Martin Uzochukwu Ugwu

Sabaa Tahir
“Family is worth dying for, killing for. Fighting for them is all that keeps us going when everything else is gone”
Sabaa Tahir, A Torch Against the Night

Nitya Prakash
“When an Indian man says "I strongly believe in Indian family values", it usually translates to "I can't even make a cup of tea for myself".”
Nitya Prakash

“That the goddess comes to town with her children, leaving her reluctant-householder husband behind on Mount Kailash, makes Pujo a singular celebration of family values and domesticity, unlike the Kill Bill independence of Kali.”
Indrajit Hazra, Grand Delusions: A Short Biography Of Kolkata

Romain Gary
“Laura is adorable, father. But she is made for enjoyment of life, for gaiety, happiness. You must realize that these are not the qualities upon which one can found a family...”
Romain Gary, Au-delà de cette limite votre ticket n'est plus valable

Harold Pinter
“Look what I'm lumbered with. One load of cast-iron crap after another."
--Harold Pinter: The Homecoming.”
Harold Pinter, The Homecoming

“Destroying family and its values by devaluing the currency and forcing both parents to work to pay bills and spending less time with their children will create a system where everyone will depend more on government and less on family. Welcome to modern day America!”
James Thomas Kesterson Jr

Anoir Ou-Chad
“My family comes first then others.”
Anoir Ou-Chad

Jocelyn Soriano
“Numbers from Heaven" by Kurtis C. R. Palmer & Ramona Palmer is the first picture book in the Womb to BLOOM to Classroom series. It has vividly beautiful 3D illustrations that almost leap out of the book's pages, quickly capturing the interest of young ones. From the very first pages, they'd want to follow Zoey, the Zebra and P.B., the Panda Bear, learning and even enhancing the power of their imagination.
This book opens to children a whole new world that's not only educational but also fun and worth their time. Parents and their kids can spend precious bonding moments while learning to count and even recognize some colors. The story itself takes the child to simple exercises in counting, allowing the young one to master the number being taught.
Zoey's story also contains some mystery that kids can look forward to. As she discovers the treasure chest left by her Grandpa, who knows what wonders await her and her friend as they try to unlock the secret behind each key that they possess!
Being the first book in a whole series that promises to teach various subjects, parents and children can definitely look forward to new adventures with Zoey and her friends.
I was so happy when the book even presented a bonus animated reading of the story for those who subscribe to their Newsletter. I watched it right away and I couldn't wait to watch for more. I'm certain my nephews would enjoy both the book and the animation as they get to know Zoey and her set of friends.
Two thumbs up and five stars for this educational and fun-filled book!”
Jocelyn Soriano

Valentin Rasputin
“This is everything for me, my only service in life. And let people not know, but my blood will know that he's mine. Only our blood remembers us anyway.”
Valentin Rasputin, Live and Remember

“Being health conscious sometimes I skip my meals, It keeps my children healthy.”

Laura Moffitt
“Up high in the sky,
Far and not near,
Not seen by your eye,
Nor hear by your ear...”
Laura Moffitt, The New Cloud

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