Responsibility To Protect Quotes

Quotes tagged as "responsibility-to-protect" (showing 1-9 of 9)
Ann Clwyd
“Genocide is the responsibility of the entire world.”
Ann Clwyd, A Matter of Principle: Humanitarian Arguments for War in Iraq

Criss Jami
“Power without compassion is like a giant that blocks the sunlight.”
Criss Jami, Healology

Sandra Ingerman
“The earth will support anything that supports life. What I have found after a soul retrieval is that one cannot "numb out" anymore. Each and every one of us must make personal and planetary decisions to stop abusing life. Whether a person a has to give up an abusive relationship, take a more active political role, or increase awareness of how we continue to abuse our environment, we all now have to be responsible. Being responsible means responding to what is needed. We find a need to wake up and change our reality to a stance of power...”
Sandra Ingerman, Soul Retrieval: Mending the Fragmented Self

Habeeb Akande
“A righteous husband is a responsible husband.”
Habeeb Akande

E.L. Doctorow
“Somehow he had catapulted himself beyond the world's value system. But this very fact lay upon him an awesome responsibility to maintain the illusions of other men.”
E.L. Doctorow, Ragtime

Lailah Gifty Akita
“You have a responsibility to keep your homes, surroundings and city clean.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!

J. Aleksandr Wootton
“The great risk of living is that we might not survive it.”
J. Aleksandr Wootton, The Eighth Square

Lailah Gifty Akita
“We have a duty to care for the environment.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!

Meredith Marple
“His deep brown eyes added both confidence and compassion to his looks. He had creases—around his eyelids, his nose, his mouth—that may have originated in sunlight and outdoor work but seemed graven in a love of humanity … The creases were his statement to the world: This man loved life and just as deeply feared losing it or anyone he loved in it. He carried on his shoulders the uneasy fraternal twins of love and responsibility.”
Meredith Marple, The Year Mrs. Cooper Got Out More: A Great Wharf Novel