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Never Ending Struggle Quotes By Daniel Jose Older

I'm alive and capable of love, and love is a fucking river. It's never ending and it flows through us, all around us, keeps us alive and decadent, fierce from struggle and genuine in our vulnerability. I — Daniel Jose Older

Never Ending Struggle Quotes By Lesley Hazleton

Where belief tries to expel doubt, faith walks with it, offering no easy answers. Belief insists, while faith hopes and trusts. The one is demanded, the other freely given, and this freedom means that real faith is both difficult and stubborn. It involves an ongoing struggle, a continual questioning of what we think we know, a wrestling with issues and ideas. It goes hand-in-hand with doubt, in a never-ending conversation with it. And sometimes even in conscious defiance of it. — Lesley Hazleton

Never Ending Struggle Quotes By Noam Chomsky

Universities face a constant struggle to maintain their integrity, and their fundamental social role in a healthy society, in the face of external pressures. The problems are heightened with the expansion of private power in every domain, in the course of the state-corporate social engineering projects of the past several decades. . . . To defend their integrity and proper commitments is an honorable and difficult task in itself, but our sights should be set higher than that. Particularly in the societies that are more privileged, many choices are available, including fundamental institutional change, if that is the right way to proceed, and surely including scholarship that contributes to, and draws from, the never-ending popular struggles for freedom and justice. 5 Higher education is under attack not because it is failing, but because it is a potentially democratic public sphere. — Noam Chomsky

Never Ending Struggle Quotes By Eric Robert Morse

Like clockwork, the powerful end up dictating, and so everyone is forced to compete for power, which only leads to an ever-escalating quest for control over others. This is the condition in which we live in early twenty-first century America. Without viable alternatives, everyone must adhere to the dictates of those in power, whether it is the Democrats or Republicans, the corporations or the unions. Given such a predicament, it is only reasonable to strive to achieve control, and so ensues a never ending struggle to obtain and hold power over everyone else. — Eric Robert Morse

Never Ending Struggle Quotes By Questlove

Part of me would just like to relax and have one job that pays me the amount I need to survive. And another part of me wants the creativity that comes out of struggle and frustration and fear. It's a never-ending cycle, which must be how I want it, on some level. — Questlove

Never Ending Struggle Quotes By Tiger Woods

It's a never-ending struggle, which is great. You can always get better! You can never get there. It's a journey with no arrival. And that's the beauty of it
that you can always become better the next day. It's pretty cool to think about it in that sense. Tomorrow I will be a better player than I was today. — Tiger Woods

Never Ending Struggle Quotes By Scott Westerfeld

Gravity was something you could beat; all it took was hydrogen, hot air, or even a bit of rope. But being a girl was a miserable, never-ending struggle. — Scott Westerfeld

Never Ending Struggle Quotes By Kristiane Backer

Among the lessons I learned on Hajj was that I needed to be mindful and keep the inner connection with God at all times and that self-improvement is definitely a never-ending struggle. — Kristiane Backer

Never Ending Struggle Quotes By Coretta Scott King

Struggle is a never ending process. Freedom is never really won, you earn it and win it in every generation. — Coretta Scott King

Never Ending Struggle Quotes By Tarryn Fisher

I want to go somewhere good when I read, not into someone else's crappy life." "Good lives aren't worth reading about," he argues. "I read about the struggle. Other people's growing pains." "I like happy endings," I say. "Real life never has a happy ending." "God, you're depressing. I don't know why we're friends. — Tarryn Fisher