John Rockefeller Philanthropy Famous Quotes & Sayings

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17 John Rockefeller Philanthropy Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Whitney Houston: Growing around great musicians, you just can't help it. I identified with it immediately. It Growing around great musicians, you just can't help it. I identified with it immediately. It was something that was so natural to me that when I started singing, it was almost like speaking. — Whitney Houston
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John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Rebecca McNutt: So many people spend years (and money) studying to be doctors, lawyers, actors, dancers, business So many people spend years (and money) studying to be doctors, lawyers, actors, dancers, business executives and scientists - when you're an author, you can be any of these things, and you don't need a degree or certificate; all you need is an imagination, a dream and an open mind. — Rebecca McNutt
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By J.M. Barrie: There never was a simpler, happier family until the coming of Peter Pan. There never was a simpler, happier family until the coming of Peter Pan. — J.M. Barrie
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Isaac Bashevis Singer: Each soul must accomplish its task, or it would not have been sent here. Each soul must accomplish its task, or it would not have been sent here. — Isaac Bashevis Singer
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By John D. Rockefeller: The best philanthropy is constantly in search of the finalities-a search for a cause, an The best philanthropy is constantly in search of the finalities-a search for a cause, an attempt to cure evils at their source. — John D. Rockefeller
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Judith Rodin: This was the invention of modern American philanthropy as we know it. The idea of This was the invention of modern American philanthropy as we know it. The idea of systematizing giving to achieve human progress was the true innovation of John D. Rockefeller, and ultimately the Rockefeller Foundation's legacy. — Judith Rodin
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Christian Friedrich Hebbel: It's incredible how much intelligence is used in this world to prove nonsense. It's incredible how much intelligence is used in this world to prove nonsense. — Christian Friedrich Hebbel
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Terence McKenna: We need a metaphor that can contain the daemon of the future that we have We need a metaphor that can contain the daemon of the future that we have conjured into being. — Terence McKenna
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Adrien Broner: I'm very flexible. I've got flexibility in any weight class. If you guys out there I'm very flexible. I've got flexibility in any weight class. If you guys out there want to fight me man, I will fight you guys. — Adrien Broner
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Will Self: The cynics are correct the sense of freewill is only that feeling which we have The cynics are correct the sense of freewill is only that feeling which we have when we take the necessitated option that most appeals to us. — Will Self
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Jay Baruchel: The hockey I was raised on, the hockey I understand, the hockey that my dad The hockey I was raised on, the hockey I understand, the hockey that my dad taught me about when I was a boy was intrinsically connected with fighting. I grew up in a house where we revered tough guys. — Jay Baruchel
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Philip Zimbardo: I'm saying to be a hero is means you step across the line and are I'm saying to be a hero is means you step across the line and are willing to make a sacrifice, so heroes always are making a sacrifice. Heroes always take a risk. Heroes always deviant. Heroes always doing something that most people don't and we want to change - I want to democratise heroism to say any of us can be a hero. — Philip Zimbardo
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Oscar Wilde: Am I thy looking-glass that thou callest me knave? Am I thy looking-glass that thou callest me knave? — Oscar Wilde
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Diana Nyad: I failed and faltered many times, but I can look back without regret because I I failed and faltered many times, but I can look back without regret because I was never burdened with the paralysis of fear and inaction. — Diana Nyad
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Gregory David Roberts: The ancient Sanskrit legends speak of a destined love, a karmic connection between souls that The ancient Sanskrit legends speak of a destined love, a karmic connection between souls that are fated to meet and collide and enrapture one another. The legends say that the loved one is instantly recognised because she's loved in every gesture, every expression of thought, every movement, every sound, and every mood that prays in her eyes. The legends say that we know her by her wings - the wings that only we can see - and because wanting her kills every other desire of love. — Gregory David Roberts
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Fleur East: 'The X Factor' was the final push I needed to have the presence and confidence 'The X Factor' was the final push I needed to have the presence and confidence on stage, which I didn't have before. It's a crash course in the music industry. If you can survive the show, you're ready for the industry. — Fleur East
John Rockefeller Philanthropy Sayings By Ismail Kadare: Why the Albanians had created the institution of the guest, exalting it above all other Why the Albanians had created the institution of the guest, exalting it above all other human relations, even those of kinship. "Perhaps the answer lies in the democratic character of this institution," he said, setting himself to think his way through the matter. "Any ordinary man, on any day, can be raised to the lofty station of a guest. The path to that temporary deification is open to anybody at any time.[ ... ] Given that anyone at all can grasp the sceptre of the guest," he went on, "and since that sceptre, for every Albanian, surpasses even the king's sceptre, may we not assume that in the Albanian's life of danger and want, that to be a guest if only for four hours or twenty-four hours, is a kind of respite, a moment of oblivion, a truce, a reprieve, and - why not? - an escape from everyday life into some divine reality? — Ismail Kadare