Hazel Hawke Famous Quotes & Sayings

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27 Hazel Hawke Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Hazel Hawke Sayings By Maya Angelou: And I not only have the right to stand up for myself, but I have And I not only have the right to stand up for myself, but I have the responsibility. I can't ask somebody else to stand up for me if I won't stand up for myself. And once you stand up for yourself, you'd be surprised that people say, "Can I be of help?" — Maya Angelou
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Hazel Hawke Sayings By Carolynn Hillman: Success is being happy first with yourself, and secondly with your life. Success is being happy first with yourself, and secondly with your life. — Carolynn Hillman
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Hazel Hawke Sayings By Robert Graves: Though philosophers like to define poetry as irrational fancy, for us it is practical, humorous, Though philosophers like to define poetry as irrational fancy, for us it is practical, humorous, reasonable way of being ourselves. — Robert Graves
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Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: Nature's Moods The water is always changing and whenever you look at it you get Nature's Moods The water is always changing and whenever you look at it you get something back. I'm sure the water isn't aware of me but I'm very much aware of it. Living by the water means constant company. — Hazel Hawke
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Hazel Hawke Sayings By Gayle Forman: Scars are just tattoos with better stories." Again, Scars are just tattoos with better stories." Again, — Gayle Forman
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Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: The Garden Was My Delight. I grew up with gardeners and I just love gardens. The Garden Was My Delight. I grew up with gardeners and I just love gardens. I was always very much aware that gardens were important and they were for sharing ... — Hazel Hawke
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Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: One thing that never ceases to delight me about us women, is the friendship and One thing that never ceases to delight me about us women, is the friendship and support that we give each other. — Hazel Hawke
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Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: I don't think of compassion as sympathy but rather as empathy. An understanding of how I don't think of compassion as sympathy but rather as empathy. An understanding of how people are feeling, which often translates into action. — Hazel Hawke
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Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: Women's networks are a necessary part of life. A mixture of empathy and brainstorming can Women's networks are a necessary part of life. A mixture of empathy and brainstorming can move mountains. — Hazel Hawke
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Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: I think that women of my generation have had a real need to form networks I think that women of my generation have had a real need to form networks and friendships because it's been, as they say, a man's world, and women have felt excluded and isolated to a large degree. When women get together in numbers their strength compounds and is seen and felt by themselves and others. — Hazel Hawke
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Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: Women who have had more opportunity to develop their own strengths and talents, or who Women who have had more opportunity to develop their own strengths and talents, or who are quite satisfied and content in a traditional role, unfortunately don't always understand that many women aren't satisfied or content. — Hazel Hawke
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Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: It is important to learn from other women. We have a lot to offer and It is important to learn from other women. We have a lot to offer and to learn from each other out of our separate and common experience. The sisterhood (including the boilers - the old chooks!) is important to me. The dialogue between women is a rich field, but change does not come without a lot of reading, asking, listening, risk taking and hard work. — Hazel Hawke
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Beverley Price: True vampires that want to build a strong family does not go around turning people True vampires that want to build a strong family does not go around turning people just because they want to. But even the most sensible of vampire can be tempted by beauty. When you come across someone whose beauty seems to be made of the stars themselves, then you want to preserve that beauty forever. Despite knowing that it may not be the best idea in the world. But then beauty is a power all of its own. — Beverley Price
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: Wisdom is partly innate and partly developed and practised. It's about a lot more than Wisdom is partly innate and partly developed and practised. It's about a lot more than just knowledge: experience, involvement, communication, interaction with people. Wisdom is a way of being. — Hazel Hawke
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: Beautifully Bleak. I likened the hills encircling Canberra to the sea. They, like the sea, Beautifully Bleak. I likened the hills encircling Canberra to the sea. They, like the sea, could be a sunny beguiling blue, or deep and inky. They could be distant and mysterious, or beautifully bleak as the wind tore across the plains from their snowy peaks. The hills were ever changing like the sea. — Hazel Hawke
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: Living Things. The garden can be as unlimited a resource as you want it to Living Things. The garden can be as unlimited a resource as you want it to be. It's an escape from everything if you just want a break. It is something to do with living things, not a static piece that you put there and look at but something that changes every day. You're committed to it. If you don't look after it, it dies on you. And if you do look after it, it will give you rewards - pleasure, and a feeling of achievement. There's a sense of responsibility developed in a garden. — Hazel Hawke
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Rene Thom: Quantum mechanics, with its leap into statistics, has been a mere palliative for our ignorance Quantum mechanics, with its leap into statistics, has been a mere palliative for our ignorance — Rene Thom
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: One of the most important thing in families, both for children and spouses, is never One of the most important thing in families, both for children and spouses, is never to close off possibilities - particularly never to make demands or threats. — Hazel Hawke
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: I can see where influential people would like Maharishi better than Jesus. My God, if I can see where influential people would like Maharishi better than Jesus. My God, if the Beatles and Mia Farrow went to Jesus, He'd tell them to give all their money away. — Kurt Vonnegut
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: It is very important that we look at what we CAN do, rather than what It is very important that we look at what we CAN do, rather than what is impossible to do. — Hazel Hawke
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: I have had the experience common to many women, of needing to define myself and I have had the experience common to many women, of needing to define myself and to find my self-esteem as a person, not simply as somebody's wife or mother. — Hazel Hawke
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: Women, I believe, learn to think on their feet, to cope with change and survive. Women, I believe, learn to think on their feet, to cope with change and survive. — Hazel Hawke
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: Most of all, I like the quiet, rounded tugs. They remind me of women. As Most of all, I like the quiet, rounded tugs. They remind me of women. As I watch them work I see them as kindly, no-fuss boats which patiently tend much larger, grander and more important-looking ships. They make sure these ships get to the right place as the right time, shepherding them with a pull or a push as needed. Their power is not immediately obvious but it is there - inside. I watch them a lot and never tire of seeing their unsung but absolutely essential work. The silent strong women of the sea. — Hazel Hawke
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: A Garden Is Not Passive. It has its own way of responding to your involvement A Garden Is Not Passive. It has its own way of responding to your involvement and commitment to it. When you walk into a garden, you know whether it is loved or not. — Hazel Hawke
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Hazel Hawke: FIGHT FOR THE EARTH: The earth can't speak for itself, it will just slowly die FIGHT FOR THE EARTH: The earth can't speak for itself, it will just slowly die if we don't fight for it. — Hazel Hawke
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Kristin Davis: So it was good for me to play a likable person and it was just So it was good for me to play a likable person and it was just an amazing situation to be in. — Kristin Davis
Hazel Hawke Sayings By Christian Wiman: If eternity touched you, if all the trappings of time and self were stripped away If eternity touched you, if all the trappings of time and self were stripped away and you were all soul, if God "happened" to you - then isn't it possible that the experience could not be translated — Christian Wiman