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Volunteerism With Youth Quotes By Paulo Coelho

I'm afraid that if my dream is realized, I'll have no reason to go on living. — Paulo Coelho

Volunteerism With Youth Quotes By Abdalhaqq Bewley

He gives wisdom to whoever He wills and he who has been given wisdom has been given great good. But — Abdalhaqq Bewley

Volunteerism With Youth Quotes By John Holt

When children are very young, they have natural curiosities about the world and explore them, trying diligently to figure out what is real. As they become "producers " they fall away from exploration and start fishing for the right answers with little thought. They believe they must always be right, so they quickly forget mistakes and how these mistakes were made. They believe that the only good response from the teacher is "yes," and that a "no" is defeat. — John Holt

Volunteerism With Youth Quotes By Joe Hill

He had long accepted that everyone had his own world inside, each as real as the communal world shared by all but impossible for others to access. — Joe Hill

Volunteerism With Youth Quotes By Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Whatever is ... is best. — Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Volunteerism With Youth Quotes By Eddie Vedder

You mature as far as your understanding of what it's going to take, and you increase your stamina. You don't let frustration overtake you when you're looking for change. — Eddie Vedder

Volunteerism With Youth Quotes By Bo Schembechler

The upset is in the mind of the favorite. — Bo Schembechler

Volunteerism With Youth Quotes By Caitlin Moran

One of the little sorrows of being cool is that similarly cool people are too cool to ever come over and tell you you're cool - because that's just not cool. And so,gradually, the entire point of being cool is being eroded. — Caitlin Moran

Volunteerism With Youth Quotes By Eleanor Catton

Well,' said Staines, frowning slightly, 'that's very difficult to say - which to value higher. Honesty or loyalty. From a certain point of view one might say that honesty is a kind of loyalty - loyalty to the truth ... though one would hardly call loyalty a kind of honesty! I suppose that when it came down to it - if I had to choose between being dishonest but loyal, or being disloyal but honest - I'd rather stand by my men, or by my country, or by my family, than by truth. So I suppose I'd say loyalty ... I myself. But in others ... in the case of others, I feel quite differently. I'd much prefer an honest friend to a friend who was merely loyal to me; and I'd much rather be loyal to an honest friend than to a sycophant. Let's say that my answer is conditional; in myself, I value loyalty; on others, honesty — Eleanor Catton

Volunteerism With Youth Quotes By Wayne Besen

The founder of every ex-gay ministry in America has proved to be an extraordinary failure. The two founders of Exodus International, [the world's largest 'ex-gay' organization], divorced their wives to move in together, — Wayne Besen

Volunteerism With Youth Quotes By Nikolai Gogol

To what nadir of paltriness , pettiness, and squalor a man can sink! How could he change so! But is this really true to life? ---It is, it's all true to life, for anything can happen to a man. Your ardent youth of today would recoil in horror if you were to show him his own portrait as an old man. Once you set off on life's journey, once you take your leave of those gentle years of youth and enter the harsh, embittering years of manhood, remember to keep with you all your human emotions, do not leave them by the wayside, for you will not pick them up again! Grim and terrible is the old age which awaits us, and nothing does it give in return! The grave itself is more merciful than old age, for at least on the gravestone you will find written the words: 'Here a man lies buried!' but in the cold, unfeeling features of inhuman old age you can read nothing. — Nikolai Gogol