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  • Are you an Israeli? I don't debate with Israelis. I have been misled, sorry. I don't recognise Israel and I don't debate with Israelis.

    Sorry   Israel   Debate  
    "George Galloway refuses to debate with Israeli student at Oxford" by Warren Murray, Sam Jones, February 21, 2013.
  • The great task of statesmanship is to apply past lessons to new situations, to draw correct analogies to understand and act upon present forces, to recognise the need for change.

    Leadership   Past   Tasks  
    Malcolm Fraser, Denis M. White, David Alistair Kemp (1986). “Malcolm Fraser on Australia”
  • We must not fail to recognise that television can be a hugely positive influence in children's lives, one of the greatest educators in contemporary society and an increasing influence on all the children followed in 'Child of Our Time.'

    "Seeing is believing" by Robert Winston, January 7, 2004.
  • I think the more you understand myths, the more you understand the roots of our culture and the more things will resonate. Do you have to know them? No, but certainly it is nice to recognise how deeply these things are embedded in our literature, our art.

    Art   Nice   Thinking  
  • I don’t think there is any such thing as an ordinary mortal. Everybody has his own possibility of rapture in the experience of life. All he has to do is recognize it and then cultivate it and get going with it. I always feel uncomfortable when people speak about ordinary mortals because I’ve never met an ordinary man, woman, or child.

    Life   Children   Women  
    Joseph Campbell, Bill D. Moyers (1988). “The Power of Myth”, Harmony
  • Even if a fool lived with a wise man all his life, he would still not recognise the truth, like a wooden spoon cannot recognise the flavour of the soup.

    Wise   Buddhist   Men  
  • I cry a lot, you know. Which is very difficult for a man to recognise, but I do. I cry in movies, you know, just watching movies.

    Men   Cry   Difficult  
  • He was the first to recognise me, and to love what he saw.

    Saws   Firsts   Recognise  
  • Everyone thinks I'm a smart arse who can solve any bloody problem. I'm not. I'm just a very old businessman and a very experienced businessman who made every mistake in the book and can recognise one when I see one.

    Mistake   Smart   Book  
    The Telegraph (UK), January 10, 2008.
  • When we recognise the virtues, the talent, the beauty of Mother Earth, something is born in us, some kind of connection; love is born.

    Thich Nhat Hanh, John Stanley, David Loy, Mary Evelyn Tucker, John Grim (2013). “Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of the Earth”, p.46, The Golden Sufi Center
  • There is only one law of Nature-the second law of thermodynamics-which recognises a distinction between past and future more profound than the difference of plus and minus. It stands aloof from all the rest. ... It opens up a new province of knowledge, namely, the study of organisation; and it is in connection with organisation that a direction of time-flow and a distinction between doing and undoing appears for the first time.

  • We have to argue forcefully and demand that the government recognise that these programmes do not prevent - mass surveillance does not prevent acts of terrorism.

    Government   Doe   Demand  
  • I'm glad movies aren't going to please everybody, they can't. But what they have to be is recognisable. I don't equate myself with a master painter, but I think you can recognise my films.

    Thinking   Film   Masters  
  • What is freedom? It consists in two things: to know each his own limitations and accept them - that is the same thing as to know oneself, and accept oneself as one is, without fear, or envy, or distaste; and to recognise and accept the conditions under which one lives, also without fear or envy, or distaste. When you do this, you shall be free.

    Two   Envy   Accepting  
  • Now it is time to turn to an older wisdom that, while respecting material comfort and security as a basic right of all, also recognises that many of the most valuable things in life cannot be measured.

    "Biography / Personal Quotes".
  • It's easier for the former masters to put aside the masks that hid their humanity than for the former slaves to recognise the faces underneath. Or to trust that this is not a new mask these are wearing.

    Humanity   Faces   Slave  
    Nadine Gordimer (2012). “Loot”, p.12, Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Only recently have people begun to recognise that working with suppliers is just as important as listening to customers.

  • Our modern Western culture only recognises the first of these, freedom of desires. It then worships such a freedom by enshrining it at the forefront of national constituitions and bills of human rights. One can say that the underlying creed of most Western democracies is to protect their people's freedom to realise their desires, as far as this is possible. It is remarkable that in such countries people do not feel very free. The second kind of freedom, freedom from desires, is celebrated only in some religious communities. It celebrates contentment, peace that is free from desires.

  • I've always had as many powerful, creative ladies in my life as I have men, and you could probably describe some of those relationships as romantic. I think everyone's bisexual to some degree or another; it's just a question of whether or not you choose to recognise it and embrace it. Personally, I think choosing between men and women is like choosing between cake and ice cream. You'd be daft not to try both when there are so many different flavours.

    Powerful   Bisexual   Men  
    Diva magazine, October 2004.
  • I have had a few people recognise me in public. But I wouldn't like everybody to recognise me. I can still walk across the street and not be noticed.

    People   Walks   Streets  
  • If we understand the past, we are more likely to recognise what is happening around us.

  • We need to recognise that slowing population growth is one of the most cost-effective and reliable ways of easing pressure on our environment and securing a sustainable future for us all

  • Africa is one continent, one people, and one nation. The notion that in order to have a nation it is necessary for there to be a common language, a common territory and common culture has failed to stand the test of time or the scrutiny of scientific definition of objective reality... The community of economic life is the major feature within a nation, and it is the economy which holds together the people living in a territory. It is on this basis that the new Africans recognise themselves as potentially one nation, whose dominion is the entire African continent.

    Reality   Order   People  
  • Encouraged, we recognise the importance of living artistically, aesthetically and creatively as creative creatures of the creator.

    "The Hidden Art of Homemaking: Creative Ideas for Enriching Everyday Life" by Edith Schaeffer, Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House, 1972.
  • But we all recognise the primary foible of frail humanity - our propensity for embracing hope and shunning logic, our tendency to believe what we desire rather than what we observe.

  • I recognise Santangelo's dad, who saves police brutality for when he gets to his son.

    Dad   Son   Police  
  • There are various causes for the generation of force: a tensed spring, an air current, a falling mass of water, fire burning under a boiler, a metal that dissolves in an acid-one and the same effect can be produced by means of all these various causes. But in the animal body we recognise only one cause as the ultimate cause of all generation of force, and that is the reciprocal interaction exerted on one another by the constituents of the food and the oxygen of the air. The only known and ultimate cause of the vital activity in the animal as well as in the plant is a chemical process.

    Spring   Fall   Mean  
  • The transsexually constructed lesbian-feminist feeds off woman’s true energy source, i.e. her woman-identified self. It is he who recognises that if female spirit, mind, creativity and sexuality exist anywhere in a powerful way it is here, among lesbian-feminists.

    Janice G. Raymond (1980). “The transsexual empire”
  • A prince being thus obliged to know well how to act as a beast must imitate the fox and the lion, for the lion cannot protect himself from snares, and the fox cannot defend himself from wolves.

    Art   War   Wish  
    "The Prince". Book by Niccolò Machiavelli, ch. 17, 1513.
  • I'm shocked at being recognized. You go to places you don't think you would be and still, you are. Taxi drivers often recognise me... but I haven't got a free ride yet.

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