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Hazards Quotes By Henry MacKenzie

Fame is a revenue payable only to our ghosts; and to deny ourselves all present satisfaction, or to expose ourselves to so much hazard for this, were as great madness as to starve ourselves, or fight desperately for food, to be laid on our tombs after our death. — Henry MacKenzie

Hazards Quotes By John Salka

Keep in mind that when we limit our exposure to information, or when information itself is scarce, our picture of reality suffers. We become oblivious to both opportunities and hazards. Trends become invisible. History disappears. It's really just two sides of the same coin: the first commitment is as much a commitment to gathering information, from as many sources and in as much volume as can constructively be used, as it is a commitment to facing the facts. — John Salka

Hazards Quotes By Jane Addams

Perhaps I may record here my protest against the efforts, so often made, to shield children and young people from all that has to do with death and sorrow, to give them a good time at all hazards on the assumption that the ills of life will come soon enough. Young people themselves often resent this attitude on the part of their elders; they feel set aside and belittled as if they were denied the common human experiences. — Jane Addams

Hazards Quotes By Edward Young

A friend is worth all hazards we can run. — Edward Young

Hazards Quotes By Mignon McLaughlin

The two main hazards of psychoanalysis: that it might fail, and that if it succeeds, you'll never be able to forgive yourself for all those wasted years. — Mignon McLaughlin

Hazards Quotes By Jane Welsh Carlyle

A positive engagement to marry a certain person at a certain time, at all haps and hazards, I have always considered the most ridiculous thing on earth. — Jane Welsh Carlyle

Hazards Quotes By Deborah Lupton

Just as a moral distinction is drawn between "those at risk" and "those posing a risk", health education routinely draws a distinction between the harm caused by external causes out of the individual's control and that caused by oneself. Lifestyle risk discourse overturns the notion that health hazards in postindustrial society are out of the individual's control. On the contrary, the dominant theme of lifestyle risk discourse is the responsibility of the individual to avoid health risks for the sake of his or her own health as well as the greater good of society. — Deborah Lupton

Hazards Quotes By William Penn

To hazard much to get much has more of avarice than wisdom. — William Penn

Hazards Quotes By Stephenie Meyer

One of the many hazards of socializing with vampires. It makes you smell bad. A minor hazard, comparatively. — Stephenie Meyer

Hazards Quotes By Elizabeth Goudge

Isaac's humility did not discriminate between man and man and scarcely between man and watch. In his thought men were much like their watches. The passage of time was marked as clearly upon a man's face as upon that of his watch and the marvelous mechanism of his body could be as cruelly disturbed by evil hazards. The outer case varied, gunmetal or gold, carter's corduroy or bishop's broadcloth, but the tick of the pulse was the same, the beating of life that gave such a heartbreaking illusion of eternity. — Elizabeth Goudge

Hazards Quotes By Thomas Huxley

Surely there is a time to submit to guidance and a time to take one's own way at all hazards. — Thomas Huxley

Hazards Quotes By Joseph Wheelan

Author says the ineffectual U.S. Navy of two centuries ago lost two thirds as many men to duelist bullets as to sea hazards. — Joseph Wheelan

Hazards Quotes By Walter Savage Landor

A great man knows the value of greatness; he dares not hazard it, he will not squander it. — Walter Savage Landor

Hazards Quotes By Winston Graham

But was any future, anyone's future, unfraught by hazards of some sort? The only security was death. So long as one wanted to go on living on had to accept the risks. Well, she accepted them... — Winston Graham

Hazards Quotes By Robert Burns

I waive the quantum o' the sin, The hazard of concealing; But, och! it hardens a' within, And petrifies the feeling! — Robert Burns

Hazards Quotes By Thomas Erskine

I will for ever, at all hazards, assert the dignity, independence, and integrity of the English bar; without which, impartial justice, the most valuable part of the English constitution, can have no existence. — Thomas Erskine

Hazards Quotes By Vladimir Horowitz

Piano playing consists of common sense, heart and technical resources. All three should be equally developed. Without common sense you are a fiasco, without technique an amateur, without heart a machine. The profession does have its hazards. — Vladimir Horowitz

Hazards Quotes By Sonia Sotomayor

I will be judged as a human being by what readers find here. There are hazards to openness, but they seem minor compared with the possibility that some readers may find comfort, perhaps even inspiration, from a close examination of how an ordinary person, with strengths and weaknesses like anyone else, has managed an extraordinary journey. — Sonia Sotomayor

Hazards Quotes By Chi Chi Rodriguez

Putting isn't golf, greens should be treated almost the same as water hazards: you land on them, then add two strokes to your score. — Chi Chi Rodriguez

Hazards Quotes By John F. Kennedy

The effort to improve the conditions of man, however, is not a task for the few. It is the task of all nations-acting alone, acting in groups, acting in the United Nations, for plague and pestilence, plunder and pollution, the hazards of nature and the hunger of children are the foes of every nation. The earth, the sea and the air are the concern of every nation. And science, technology and education can be the ally of every nation. — John F. Kennedy

Hazards Quotes By Barbara Kingsolver

A writer's occupational hazard: I think of eavesdropping as minding my business. — Barbara Kingsolver

Hazards Quotes By Cormac McCarthy

If one were to be a person of value that value could not be a condition subject to hazards of fortune. It had to be a quality that could not change. No matter what. — Cormac McCarthy

Hazards Quotes By Moss Hart

Without vanity a writer's work is tepid, and he must accept his vanity as part of his stock in trade and live with it as one of the hazards of his profession. — Moss Hart

Hazards Quotes By Noam Chomsky

This shriveled conception of democracy has solid roots. The founding fathers were much concerned about the hazards of democracy. In the debates of the Constitutional Convention, the main framer, James Madison, warned of these hazards. Naturally taking England as his model, he observed that "in England, at this day, if elections were open to all classes of people, the property of landed proprietors would be insecure. An agrarian law would soon take place," undermining the right to property. To ward off such injustice, "our government ought to secure the permanent interests of the country against innovation," arranging voting patterns and checks and balances so as "to protect the minority of the opulent against the majority," a prime task of decent government.19 — Noam Chomsky

Hazards Quotes By Samuel Johnson

He that writes may be considered as a kind of general challenger, whom every one has a right to attack; since he quits the common rank of life, steps forward beyond the lists, and offers his merit to the public judgement. To commence author is to claim praise, and no man can justly aspire to honour, but at the hazard of disgrace. — Samuel Johnson

Hazards Quotes By Albert Gallatin

Government prohibitions do always more mischief than had been calculated; and it is not without much hesitation that a statesman should hazard to regulate the concerns of individuals, as if he could do it better than themselves. — Albert Gallatin

Hazards Quotes By Brendan I. Koerner

The hazards posed by Near-Earth Asteroids are assessed by Sentry, a computer system developed by the Near-Earth Objects Group at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. The software factors together a cosmic rock's coordinates, distance, velocity, and gravitational influences to calculate its trajectory. — Brendan I. Koerner

Hazards Quotes By Rick Bayan

Golf is the art of driving hard, avoiding the rough, surmounting traps and hazards, aiming straight, and arriving on the green at last, only to end up in a hole in the ground before your companions. The favored pastime of businessmen and their cronies, probably without a full appreciation of its metaphorical implications. — Rick Bayan

Hazards Quotes By Juan Manuel, Prince Of Villena

Hazard not your wealth on a poor man's advice. — Juan Manuel, Prince Of Villena

Hazards Quotes By Kent Beck

Optimism is an occupational hazard of programming; feedback is the treatment. — Kent Beck

Hazards Quotes By Audrey Hepburn

A quality education has the power to transform societies in a single generation, provide children with the protection they need from the hazards of poverty, labor exploitation and disease, and given them the knowledge, skills, and confidence to reach their full potential. — Audrey Hepburn

Hazards Quotes By Melvin Gurtov

Chinese commentaries stress the opportunity that the investments and aid they offer presents to developing countries to avoid the hazards of reliance on Western dominated financial institutions: austerity programs that call for severe cuts in state-subsidized social welfare, deregulation of state-owned facilities, trade liberalization, and an open door for multinational corporation investment. — Melvin Gurtov

Hazards Quotes By Henry Mintzberg

The prime occupational hazard of a manager is superficiality. — Henry Mintzberg

Hazards Quotes By Arthur C. Clarke

Yet if there were no hazards there would be no achievement, no sense of adventure. — Arthur C. Clarke

Hazards Quotes By Renata Adler

A rowboat, without oars. An outboard motor. As you can sit there for years, forever, with that outboard motor, pulling again, and yet again, that rope, or cord, or wire, or whatever it is, and winding yet again, and each time, every single time, the motor, though it may give a cough or two, will fail to start, though if it starts, and when it starts, you are, at whatever speed you choose, within the engine's limits and the hazards of the course, well on your way, until it starts you are no nearer where you were going on the fifteenth try than on the first; the enterprise may last forever, and never yet quite begin. The fact seems to be, however, that unless some apparently unrelated event should intervene
a bullet, a heart attack, a cry from shore that dinner's ready, or company has come, or junior's run away
the engine will eventually start. In the meantime, though, while you have been intensely busy, it is difficult to account for how the time is spent. — Renata Adler

Hazards Quotes By Don Kardong

Sure, the first light snowfall may be a chance to dance giddily, leaving squeaky footprints through the neighborhood, marking the runner's right to the domain. But later drubbings of snow merely complicate running. Snow turns to ice, to slush, to ice again. Tire ruts twist ankles. New snow hides the hazards. — Don Kardong

Hazards Quotes By Francois Rabelais

Pantagruelism is a certain gaitey of the spirit consisting in a disdain for the hazards of fortune. — Francois Rabelais

Hazards Quotes By Sally Mann

I remember when the family album came out, people would just knock on our door because they thought they knew us, and that, of course, is one of the great hazards. — Sally Mann

Hazards Quotes By Paul Valery

I believed, rather more accurately, that a work resolutely thought out and sought for in the hazards of the mind, systematically, and through a determined analysis of definite and previously prescribed conditions, whatever its value might be once it had been produced, did not leave the mind of its creator without having modified him, and forced him to recognize and in some way reorganize himself. I said to myself that it was not the accomplished work, and its appearance and effect in the world, that can fulfill and edify us; but only the way in which we have done it. — Paul Valery

Hazards Quotes By Barack Obama

Together we resolve that a great nation must care for the vulnerable and protect its people from life's worst hazards and misfortune. — Barack Obama

Hazards Quotes By Wesley Chu

When someone asked Roen what he did, he'd explain that he typed incoherent commands that performed virtual tasks to create intangible objects. — Wesley Chu

Hazards Quotes By Jim Gerlach

Yet the march toward freedom is not without its hazards or its casualties and the threats of violence aimed at Iraqis who participate in the election will be dealt with accordingly. — Jim Gerlach

Hazards Quotes By Ernest Shackleton

Men Wanted for Dangerous Expedition: Low Wages for Long Hours of Arduous Labour under Brutal Conditions; Months of Continual Darkness and Extreme Cold; Great Risk to Life and Limb from Disease, Accidents and Other Hazards; Small Chance of Fame in Case of Success. — Ernest Shackleton

Hazards Quotes By Alistair Cockburn

I consider C++ the most significant technical hazard to the survival of your project and do so without apologies. — Alistair Cockburn

Hazards Quotes By Thomas Hobbes

And whereas many men, by accident unevitable, become unable to maintain themselves by their labour; they ought not to be left to the Charity of private persons; but to be provided for, (as far-forth as the necessities of Nature require,) by the Lawes of the Common-wealth. For as it is Unchariablenesse in any man, to neglect the impotent; so it is in the Soveraign of a Common-wealth, to expose them to the hazard of such uncertain Charity. — Thomas Hobbes

Hazards Quotes By Michael Crichton

I can tell you that second hand smoke is not a health hazard to anyone and never was, and the EPA has always known it. — Michael Crichton

Hazards Quotes By Julie Kagawa

I want to know when you're worried, when you're angry or happy or sad. You can probably do the same to me, though I'm slightly better at shielding my emotions. More practice."
"A shadow crossed his face, a flicker of pain, before it was gone. "Unfortunately, the longer we're together, the harder hiding it will become, for both of us." He shook his head and gave me a wry smile. "One of the hazards of having a faery in love with you. — Julie Kagawa

Hazards Quotes By Edmund Phelps

In countries operating a largely capitalist system, there does not appear to be a wide understanding among its actors and overseers of either its advantages or its hazards. — Edmund Phelps

Hazards Quotes By Zach Johnson

Elmcrest CC, in Cedar Rapids, is where it all started when I was growing up. The tree-lined course has a very demanding layout that requires you to be accurate off the tee and avoid a number of well-placed water hazards on some of the holes. — Zach Johnson

Hazards Quotes By Hilary Ford

I envisaged a woman of the late nineteenth century marrying into this milieu, finding it unendurable and fleeing back with her child to the more ordinary hazards of London: of that child, given at her christening the ancient Roman name for the island, Sarnia, but reared in ignorance of her paternal background, discovering, after her mother's death, that she was an heiress, and being bidden back to claim her patrimony. Skulduggery followed naturally.
(On the writing of SARNIA) — Hilary Ford

Hazards Quotes By P.D. James

Dalgliesh reflected that one of the minor hazards of a murder investigation was the inordinate amount of caffeine he was expected to consume. But he wanted the interview to be as informal as possible, and food or drink always helped. — P.D. James

Hazards Quotes By Joyce Shaffer

For all of the information on the hazards of time on screen, research by Veerman and colleagues (2012) might be the most metric. They found that people whose life pattern includes watching TV 6 hours a day can expect to survive 4.8 years less than people that do not watch TV. They reckon that "every single hour of TV viewed after the age of 25 reduces the viewer's life expectancy by 21.8 minutes! They conclude that time viewing TV may be comparable to other major chronic disease factors such as obesity and inactivity in risk of loss of life. Of course, this was research done down under in Australia. All things considered, that might leave Americans at even greater risk for lifespans shortened by time on screen. — Joyce Shaffer

Hazards Quotes By Edith Hamilton

The fullness of life is in the hazards of life. — Edith Hamilton

Hazards Quotes By Joshua Rubenstein

The study of Marxism outside of revolutionary struggle can form library rats, but not revolutionaries. Participation in the revolutionary struggle without the study of Marxism will inevitably be filled with hazards, be less confident, and turn out to be half-blind. — Joshua Rubenstein

Hazards Quotes By John Rawls

The hazards of the generalized prisoner's dilemma are removed by the match between the right and the good. — John Rawls

Hazards Quotes By Jean Webster

Anybody can rise to a crisis and face a crushing tragedy with courage, but to meet the petty hazards of the day with a laugh - I really think that requires SPIRIT. — Jean Webster

Hazards Quotes By Anonymous

The hazards of imitative competition may partially explain why individuals with an Asperger's-like social ineptitude seem to be at an advantage in Silicon Valley today. If you're less sensitive to social cues, you're less likely to do the same things as everyone else around you. If you're interested in making things or programming computers, you'll be less afraid to pursue those activities single-mindedly and thereby become incredibly good at them. Then when you apply your skills, you're a little less likely than others to give up your own convictions: this can save you from getting caught up in crowds competing for obvious prizes. — Anonymous

Hazards Quotes By J. Bracken Lee

When the path ahead of you is uphill, surrounded by rough spots, hazards and obstacles: use a pitching wedge. — J. Bracken Lee

Hazards Quotes By Glennon Doyle Melton

Here's my hunch: nobody's secure, and nobody feels like she completely belongs. Those insecurities are just job hazards of being human. But some people dance anyway, and those people have more fun. — Glennon Doyle Melton

Hazards Quotes By Ralph Waldo Emerson

The pulpit and the press have many commonplaces denouncing the thirst for wealth, but if men should take these moralists at their word, and leave off aiming to be rich, the moralists would rush to rekindle at all hazards this love of power in the people, lest civilization should be undone. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

Hazards Quotes By Gerolamo Cardano

To throw in a fair game at Hazards only three-spots, when something great is at stake, or some business is the hazard, is a natural occurrence and deserves to be so deemed; and even when they come up the same way for a second time if the throw be repeated. If the third and fourth plays are the same, surely there is occasion for suspicion on the part of a prudent man. — Gerolamo Cardano

Hazards Quotes By Jerome F. Lederer

Risk management is a more realistic term than safety. It implies that hazards are ever-present, that they must be identified, analyzed, evaluated and controlled or rationally accepted. — Jerome F. Lederer

Hazards Quotes By Alfred Austin

From sunny woof and cloudy weft Fell rain in sheets; so, to myself I hummed these hazard rhymes, and left The learned volume on the shelf. — Alfred Austin

Hazards Quotes By E.B. White

But the city makes up for its hazards and its deficiencies by supplying its citizens with massive doses of a supplementary vitamin-the sense of belonging to something unique, cosmopolitan, mighty and unparalleled ... — E.B. White

Hazards Quotes By Rosemary Mahoney

The Egyptian Nile, though it does have its own particular hazards, is subject to none of what I find in Rhode Island. Since the Aswan High Dam was built in 1973, the Nile has become something of a grand canal. It is wide, flat, slow, and so calm it verges on the geriatric. — Rosemary Mahoney

Hazards Quotes By Kolbrin BIble

The seeming imperfections of Earth, the hazards and inequalities of life, the cruelty, harshness and apparent indifference to suffering and affliction are not what they seem; as it is Earth is perfect for its purpose. It is ignorance of that purpose which makes it appear imperfect. — Kolbrin BIble

Hazards Quotes By M.R. Carey

They're at the gates now, and there's no lock on them that Parks can see, but they don't open. Used to be electric, obviously, but bygones are bygones and in the brave new post-mortem world that just means they don't bloody work. "Over!" he yells. "Up and over!" Which is easily said. A head-high rampart of ornamental ironwork with functional spear points on top says different. They try, all the same. Parks leaves them to it, turns his back to them and goes on firing. The up side is that now he can be indiscriminate. Set to full auto and aim low. Cut the hungries' legs out from under them, turning the front-runners into trip hazards to slow the ones behind. The down side is that more and more of them keep coming. The noise is like a dinner bell. Hungries are crowding into the green space from the streets on every side, at what you'd have to call a dead run. There's no limit to their numbers, and there is a limit to his ammo. Which — M.R. Carey

Hazards Quotes By Charles F. Chapman

Safety is always in the back of one's mind, never forgotten or ignored. Safety is not an arbitrary set of rules, but rather the practical application of knowledge, as common-sense requirements and practices that should be thoroughly understood and followed.

If hazards of any nature are recognized and respected, they largely cease to be hazards. — Charles F. Chapman

Hazards Quotes By Hans Jonas

Never must the existence or the essence of man as a whole be made a stake in the hazards of action. — Hans Jonas

Hazards Quotes By John Stott

The Christian's chief occupational hazards are depression and discouragement. — John Stott

Hazards Quotes By Joni Eareckson Tada

Take those road hazards- the potholes, ruts, detours, and all the rest- as evidence that you were on the right route. It's when you find yourself on that big, broad, easy road that you ought to worry. — Joni Eareckson Tada

Hazards Quotes By Henry Ford

Wars do not end wars any more than an extraordinarily large conflagration does away with the fire hazard. — Henry Ford

Hazards Quotes By Karch Kiraly

The first thing I do when I get there-like all of the players on tour-is apply sunscreen. One of the few hazards of the job is the wear-and-tear our skin takes from the sun. — Karch Kiraly

Hazards Quotes By Leon Robertson

Several principles are illustrated by this experience. The value of a program intended to reduce injuries is not necessarily a function of the good intentions of the program's proponents. Skill or behavior change programs can have unintended harmful effects and those effects are often found only by well-designed research. This is particularly true of programs that have the potential to increase exposure to hazards. Once a program becomes institutionalized, it is difficult to remove it no matter how ineffective or harmful its consequences. A major barrier to the scientific evaluation of programs is the reluctance of those who develop, advocate or profit from programs to have them evaluated objectively. In some cases, their investment in the programs is only psychological, but in others it is economic. — Leon Robertson

Hazards Quotes By David Suzuki

Humans are distinguished from other species by a massive brain that enables us to imagine a future and influence it by what we do in the present. By using experience, knowledge and insight, our ancestors recognized they could anticipate dangers and opportunities and take steps to exploit advantages and avoid hazards. — David Suzuki

Hazards Quotes By Marion Nestle

What it requires is that first of all you identify the hazards: Where in your production chain can contamination occur? This could be a simple matter of cooking a product to kill bacteria and making sure that the product is actually brought to that temperature. — Marion Nestle

Hazards Quotes By Hermann Hesse

What I am in search of is not so much the gratification of a curiosity or a passion for worldly life, but something far less conditional. I do not wish to go out into the world with an insurance policy in my pocket guaranteeing my return in the event of a disappointment, like some cautious traveller who would be content with a brief glimpse of the world. On the contrary, I desire that there should be hazards, difficulties and dangers to face; I am hungry for reality, for tasks and deeds, and also for privation and suffering. — Hermann Hesse

Hazards Quotes By Ken Follett

It was said that pilgrims should not spend too much time planning their journey, for they might learn of so many hazards that they would decide not to go. — Ken Follett

Hazards Quotes By Honore De Balzac

The duration of a couple's passion is in proportion to the woman's original resistance or to the obstacles that social hazards have placed in the way of her happiness. — Honore De Balzac

Hazards Quotes By John Henry Newman

If we are intended for great ends, we are called to great hazards. — John Henry Newman

Hazards Quotes By Marie De France

Desire can blind us to the hazards of our enterprises. — Marie De France

Hazards Quotes By Benjamin Cardozo

With traps and obstacles and hazards confronting us on every hand, only blindness or indifference will fail to turn in all humility, for guidance or for warning, to the study of examples. — Benjamin Cardozo

Hazards Quotes By John Stott

The chief occupational hazard of leadership is pride. — John Stott

Hazards Quotes By Brandon Mull

Running toward danger is foolhardy ... But so is closing your eyes to it. Many perils become less dangerous once you understand their potential hazards. — Brandon Mull

Hazards Quotes By Spencer W. Kimball

The difficulties and hazards of marriage are greatly increased where backgrounds are different — Spencer W. Kimball

Hazards Quotes By Leon Kass

The benefits of biomedical progress are obvious, clear, and powerful. The hazards are much less well appreciated. — Leon Kass

Hazards Quotes By Joyce Carol Oates

For writing is a solitary occupation, and one of its hazards is loneliness. But an advantage of loneliness is privacy, autonomy, freedom. — Joyce Carol Oates

Hazards Quotes By Barry Commoner

In every case, the environmental hazards were made known only by independent scientists, who were often bitterly opposed by the corporations responsible for the hazards. — Barry Commoner

Hazards Quotes By Barbara Hambly

She barely hid a smile. "That's a wizard's answer if I ever heard one." "Meaning that mages deal in double talk?" His grin was impish. "That's one of our two occupational hazards." "And what's the other one?" He laughed. "A deplorable tendency to meddle. — Barbara Hambly

Hazards Quotes By Richard Corliss

One of the occupational hazards of reviewing year-end biopics with Oscar ambitions is pointing out discrepancies between the real subjects and their on-screen avatars. — Richard Corliss

Hazards Quotes By Pascal Bruckner

The obsession with security at any price petrifies us, and we increase our fear by trying to eliminate risk. That is what is ridiculous about the great outcries in the media: we wake up in order to demand more passivity, a better protected life. The challenge is not only to decrease the amount of space the media devote to hazards but also to increase our ability to resist misfortunes. To augment our endurance rather than our panic. — Pascal Bruckner

Hazards Quotes By David Foster Wallace

There are no choices without personal freedom, Buckeroo. It's not us who are dead inside. These things you find so weak and contemptible in us
these are just the hazards of being free. — David Foster Wallace

Hazards Quotes By E. Lockhart

They can't beat when I'm unhappy. They try and fix it; they'd fix the whole world if they could, just to make me feel better-even when it's none of their business. It's one of the many hazards of being an only child. — E. Lockhart

Hazards Quotes By Arvid Carlsson

Sweden rejected fluoridation in the 1970s, and in this excellent book these three scientists have confirmed the wisdom of that decision. Our children have not suffered greater tooth decay, as World Health Organization figures attest, and in turn our citizens have not borne the other hazards fluoride may cause — Arvid Carlsson

Hazards Quotes By Robert Louis Stevenson

I hazard the guess that man will be ultimately known for a mere polity of multifarious, incongruous, and independent denizens. — Robert Louis Stevenson

Hazards Quotes By David Foster Wallace

Saying this is bad is like saying traffic is bad, or health-care surtaxes, or the hazards of annular fusion: nobody but Ludditic granola-crunching freaks would call bad what no one can imagine being without. — David Foster Wallace

Hazards Quotes By John F. Kennedy

For plague and pestilence, plunder and pollution, the hazards of nature and the hunger of children are the foes of every nation. The earth, the sea and the air are the concern of every nation. — John F. Kennedy

Hazards Quotes By Walter Raleigh

Thou mayest be sure that he that will in private tell thee of thy faults is thy friend, for he adventures thy dislike and hazards thy hatred; for there are few men that can endure it, every man for the most part delighting in self-praise, which is one of the most universal fallies that bewitcheth mankind — Walter Raleigh

Hazards Quotes By Harriet Lerner

Feeling inadequate is an occupational hazard of motherhood. — Harriet Lerner

Hazards Quotes By David Foster Wallace

But it is not I the spy who have crept inside television's boundaries. It is vice versa. Television, even the mundane little businesses of its production, has become my - our - own interior. And we seem a jaded, weary, but willing and above all knowledgeable Audience. And this knowledgeability utterly transforms the possibilities and hazards of "creativity" in television. — David Foster Wallace