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Treating Others Equally Quotes By Bill Dedman

If police officers routinely issue tickets for the most serious traffic offenses, they'll be treating drivers of all races, sexes, and ages equally. — Bill Dedman

Treating Others Equally Quotes By Christiane Amanpour

There are some situations one simply cannot be neutral about, because when you are neutral you are an accomplice. Objectivity doesn't mean treating all sides equally. It means giving each side a hearing. — Christiane Amanpour

Treating Others Equally Quotes By Tracy Kidder

Children get dealt grossly unequal hands, but that is all the more reason to treat them equally in school, Chris thought. "I think the cruelest form of prejudice is ... if I ever said, 'Clarence is poor, so I'll expect less of him than Alice.' Maybe he won't do what Alice does. But I want his best." She knew that precept wasn't as simple as it sounded. Treating children equally often means treating them very differently. But it also means bringing the same moral force to bear on all of them, saying, in effect, to Clarence that you matter as much as Alice and won't get away with not working, and to Alice that you won't be allowed to stay where you are either. — Tracy Kidder

Treating Others Equally Quotes By Ferdinand Prat

Let us cease treating the Evangelists as men on trial whose every word is suspect. When one of them is alone in stating something, certain modern critics who pride themselves on their independence reject his testimony as isolated; when several say the same thing, it seems, we are told, that they must have copied from one another, and their testimony is equally worthless. Were such radical norms applied to profane writers, history could not be written". — Ferdinand Prat

Treating Others Equally Quotes By William Eggleston

I've also never had favorite pictures. Or subjects. I have this discipline of treating everything equally-I used to say "democratically." — William Eggleston

Treating Others Equally Quotes By Martin McGuinness

We have to govern by treating every single citizen equally. — Martin McGuinness

Treating Others Equally Quotes By Aristotle.

Injustice results as much from treating unequals equally as from treating equals unequally. — Aristotle.

Treating Others Equally Quotes By Mark Duplass

I know, we can barely fit them in. That is a big challenge. Treating four lead characters equally, within a 30-minute format, is definitely challenging. — Mark Duplass

Treating Others Equally Quotes By Terry Eagleton

Genuine equality means not treating everyone the same, but attending equally to everyone's different needs. — Terry Eagleton

Treating Others Equally Quotes By Jessica Alba

I guess for me, balance isn't about treating your time like a pie chart and dividing it into equally sized slices for you, the kids, work, and so on. It's about the quality of how you spend your time, not the quantity
are you being present and focused on whatever you're doing while you're doing it? I truly believe that's how you can be the best version of yourself, whether you're in work mode, mom mode, or wife mode. When I know I'm giving my undivided attention in each of these areas, I don't feel so guilty about the time spent away from them. — Jessica Alba

Treating Others Equally Quotes By Herman Melville

Such events cannot be ignored, but there is a considerate way of historically treating them. If a well-constituted individual refrains from blazoning aught amiss or calamitous in his family, a nation in the like circumstance may without reproach be equally discreet. Though — Herman Melville

Treating Others Equally Quotes By Marianne Williamson

Trying to suppress or eradicate symptoms on the physical level can be extremely important, but there's more to healing than that; dealing with psychological, emotional and spiritual issues involved in treating sickness is equally important. — Marianne Williamson