In this post, you will find great Our World Quotes from famous people, such as George Osborne, Gary Oldman, Richard Flanagan, Marshall Goldsmith, Ashlan Gorse Cousteau. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
There are Latino people in our world who believe strongly that if you are Latino you should speak the language, you should eat the food, you should listen to the music, you should be proud. And when you don’t do those things, some people will look at it as if you’re neglecting who you are.
As the TiVos and the Replays are coming into our world – and they’re coming – it’s better to – be inside the tent and figure out what they’re doing and to work hand in hand with them as opposed to saying, ‘You know what, the automobile is not going to work. I’m going to stick to my horse and carriage,’ you know.
Mayors could never get away with the kind of nonsense that goes on in Washington. In our world, you either picked up the trash or you didn’t. You either moved an abandonedcar or you didn’t. You either filled a pothole or you didn’t. That’s what we do every day. And we know how to get this stuff done.
We may be more sophisticated in how we hide it, but there are still so many phobias in this world, whether it’s Islamophobia, xenophobia or homophobia. I’ve been trying to do things that expose and help teach and drawattention to all of the ‘isms’ and how we do or don’t deal with them in our world.
We say that our world must think of and listen to consumers, and this is true, but not too much, in the sense that if you want to change and innovate, you must also think with your own head. Maybe you make choices that the market is not ready to accept but that will be accepted in 18 or 24 months.
We believe that Apple has it wrong: they’ve talked about it being the post-PC era, they talk about the tablet and PC being different; the reality in our world is that we think that’s completely incorrect.
B. Kevin Turner
‘Greek Street’ is a very strangebeast. I think of it as ‘The Long Good Friday‘ meets ‘Agamemnon.’ A way of using those fantastically rich stories from Greek tragedy to take a look at our world and to explore some of the things I think about this world.
Our world is enriched when coders and marketers dazzle us with smartphones and tablets, but, by themselves, they are just slabs. It is the music, essays, entertainment and provocations that they access, spawned by the humanities, that animate them – and us.
Miracles are signs, and like all signs, they are never about themselves; they’re about whatever they are pointingtoward. Miracles point to something beyond themselves. But to what? To God himself. That’s the point of miracles – to point us beyond our world to another world.
I think everything we do, on one level or another, as writers, most of our writing is informed by our world view. It’s informed by our own understanding of spirituality; things that matter, things that are important to us. I write about things that matter for me.
We have a legal and moral obligation to rid our world of nuclear tests and nuclear weapons. When we put an end to nuclear tests, we get closer to eliminating all nuclear weapons. A world free of nuclear weapons will be safer and more prosperous.
What I’m really praying is that we, as a people, understand that we are interdependent upon each other. We don’t want police to leave; we want policing in our world. But I think that people aren’t comfortable with each other.
In our world, 80 to 90 percent of women’s weight gain comes from overindulging in insulin-stimulating food. And it’s not hardcore, straight-up, I-can-see you-in-the-face sugar. They’re eating whole-wheat bread. They’re eating ancient grains. They’re eating blackbeans. That stuff is horrible.
Our children think our world will end. It’s a tragic thing. Adults don’t think that. They don’t see that we are eating the planet. But we are. If you take all the biomass of vertebrates on the planet, 98% are men and their domestic animals. All the wild animals in the world make up only 2%.
It is very important for women to stay fit. They rule our world. They rule our family. If they won’t be healthy, then it will affect all of us. However, health is never their priority. They will do everything to keep their family members healthy but neglect their own health.
There are specific things in our world that are incrediblydangerous. Wingsuit BASE jumping is the very, very top of that. Big alpine climbingobjectives are maybe right below that. I’ve probably had 20 friends die – people who were pretty close to me. I would say about 18 of them were because of snow.
I really wanted it to be organic and coming from my heart. So, I think maybe the initial thought of wanting to go in that direction, I had to wait until things happened in our world and in our country that fired me up enough where the words came out organically.
I have taken pride in my pain, knowing full well that I am stronger than those who have none and despite the many injustices that still exist in our world, the racial disparities that continue and the bigotry that pervades I still remain hopeful about the future.
There are people in our world today and unfortunately in our political system, they do not believe in evil. They have the modern, western, secular mind set. They don’t believe evil exists. They are exactly the ones who are in danger of getting blindsided by evil. Because they’re not prepared for it.
The momentum of freedom in our world is unmistakable – and it is not carried forward by our power alone. We can trust in that greater power Who guides the unfolding of the years. And in all that is to come, we can know that His purposes are just and true.
There are things about our world that almost by their nature defy our ability to comprehend them. Some people use a religious register to deal with that – they call it God and that’s a way of domesticating it.
The first World War in so many waysshaped the 20th century and really remade our world for the worse.
We are not frou-frou creativetypes. We have done both sides of the business and are constantly asking ourselves, ‘How are we going to pay for this?’ But the criteria is that it must fit with our world.
The only reason to keep talking about history is if you are juxtaposing it with the world that we live in today, if you are learning something about our world by looking at the way they shaped their world.
And it turns out that tribes, not money, not factories, that can change our world, that can change politics, that can align large numbers of people. Not because you force them to do something against their will. But because they wanted to connect.
Give consideration to the fact that alien astronomers could have scrutinized Earth for more than 4 billion years without detecting any radiosignals, despite the fact that our world is the poster child for habitability.
We bequeath to you, the next generation, our knowledge but also our problems. While we still live, let usjoinhands, hearts and minds to work together for their solution so that your world will be better than ours and the world of your children even better.
My respect for TSA agents went up a notch. We look at ’em like, ‘You can’t bother me, I’m gettin’ on my flight. Stop wastin’ my time.’ They’re doing it to protect us. Their job is to do everything they’re doing. We sometimes don’t respect other people’s jobs because we’re caught up in our world.