The Prophet Of Life Quotes

Quotes tagged as "the-prophet-of-life" (showing 1-13 of 13)
“Maya Angelou had the ability to glean inspiration out of pain.”
The Prophet of Life

“The point of racism is to dehumanize those targeted by the racism. Violence as a reaction to injustice provides ammunition to racists.”
The Prophet of Life, Black In America: Essays and Poems about Racism in America on The 50th Anniversary of The March on Selma.

“…it has been very dangerous time to be a black male in America. There have been several high profile cases that have been covered in the national press as well as stories which have not. Many of these involve white police officers killing unarmed black men.”
The Prophet of Life

“Consider the statistics that African American Males are stopped by the police more often, convicted for crimes more often and draw prison more often and draw longer prison sentences more often than their white counterparts.”
The Prophet of Life

“Prejudice is not a symptom of stupidity. Nor is it a symptom of evil. It is merely a symptom of ignorance.”
The Prophet of Life, Black In America: Essays and Poems about Racism in America on The 50th Anniversary of The March on Selma.

“From “Midnight Movie Massacre” in the Kindle Book: True Stories of Crime and Punishment by The Prophet of Life:
“It was slightly after midnight. Hundreds of people were at a theater watching the midnight showing on the opening day of a new movie. Suddenly, a man appeared at a side entrance. He was dressed in ballet gear and appeared to have a gun. A few patrons were concerned. Others thought it was a promotion for the film. Most of the crowd didn’t notice him at all.”
The Prophet of Life:

“From the Kindle Book Reflections in the Mirror of Life:
“In a slum somewhere in India
As a starving mother’s life slips away
Her scrawny, little child
Closes her eyes and pray
She prays for
Love for the world.”
The Prophet of Life, Reflections in The Mirror of Life

“From the Kindle Book Reflections in the Mirror of Life: “The Sun Beat Down on the pavement
Its scorching rays bleaching the concrete and metal
And searing its monogram onto all who dared to venture forth onto the boulevard.”
The Prophet of Life, Reflections in The Mirror of Life

“Even the poorest among us deserve the dignity of equality.”
The Porphet of Life, The Best Quotes about Topics of General Interest: Best Quotes Series

“From: Kindle Book: The Best Spiritual Quotes: "Even the poorest among us deserve the dignity of equality.”
The Prophet of Life

“A Drama Queen cannot exist without an audience.”
The Prophet of Life

“Humanity trying to comprehend the nature of God is like an ant trying to comprehend a forest the size of North America.”
The Prophet of Life, Quotes about God

“people rarely see the effect they have on people whose lives they touch but The Lord does.”
The Prophet of Life, Quotes about God