Human Values Quotes

Quotes tagged as "human-values" (showing 1-12 of 12)
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
“Teachers can be a living example to their students. Not that teachers should look for students to idealize them. One who is worth idealizing does not care whether others idealize them or not. Everyone needs to see that you not only teach human values but you live them. It is unavoidable sometimes you will be idealized -- it is better for children to have a role model, or goal, because then the worshipful quality in them can dawn.”
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Dalai Lama XIV
“In order to lead a meaningful life, you need to cherish others, pay attention to human values and try to cultivate inner peace.”
Dalai Lama XIV

Amit Ray
“Joy is found when you focus your energy on improving human dignity, human capacity and human values.”
Amit Ray, Yoga The Science of Well-Being

“Don't you know that nobody can make you be shit? You can only let it happen.”
Juxian Tang, Zero Tolerance

“[A]s a species, we are very poor at programming. Our brains are built to understand other humans, not computers. We’re terrible at forcing our minds into the precise modes of thought needed to interact with a computer, and we consistently make errors when we try. That's why computer science and programming degrees take such time and dedication to acquire: we are literally learning how to speak to an alien mind, of a kind that has not existed on Earth until very recently.”
Stuart Armstrong, Smarter Than Us: The Rise of Machine Intelligence

“បងប្អូនត្រូវចងចាំ តម្លៃរបស់មនុស្សម្នាក់ៗ មិនមែនជាតម្លៃដែលគេដាក់អោយនោះទេ តម្លៃរបស់មនុស្សម្នាក់ៗ ជាតម្លៃនៃការងាររបស់គេ ការងាររបស់គេ កំណត់តម្លៃរបស់គេ”
Khem Veasna

Pratibha Ray
“Who says that tradition cannot be changed? The traditions which go against the human values has to be changed, otherwise it is like a poisonous snake that is hanging on our neck to kill us.”
Pratibha Ray

Mohith Agadi
“People with no human values are worse than zombies.”
Mohith Agadi

Henry Beston
“And what of Nature itself, you say--that callous and cruel engine, red in tooth and fang? Well, it is not so much of an engine as you think. As for "red in tooth and fang," whenever I hear the phrase or its intellectual echoes I know that some passer-by has been getting life from books. It is true that there are grim arrangements. Beware of judging them by whatever human values are in style. As well expect Nature to answer to your human values as to come into your house and sit in a chair. The economy of nature, its checks and balances, its measurements of competing life--all this is its great marvel and has an ethic of its own. Live in Nature, and you will soon see that for all its non-human rhythm, it is no cave of pain.”
Henry Beston, The Outermost House: A Year of Life on the Great Beach of Cape Cod

Abhijit Naskar
“Everything else is expendable, but not humanhood. Every scripture, every god, every angel, every messiah, every church, every temple, every mosque, every doctrine – everything is expendable, not the innate humanhood that Mother Nature has bestowed on you through the process of natural selection.”
Abhijit Naskar, Lord is My Sheep: Gospel of Human

Abhijit Naskar
“Bear in mind, practice is more important than principle. Principles without practice is worthless. Humans of principles may get famous for a short while, but it’s humans of practice who become the legends of human history.”
Abhijit Naskar, Lord is My Sheep: Gospel of Human

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