Not Minding Other People's Business Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Stephen Baskerville: What is taking place here should be made very clear: Citizens who are completely innocent What is taking place here should be made very clear: Citizens who are completely innocent of any legal wrongdoing and simply minding their own business--not seeking any litigation and neither convicted nor accused of any legal infraction, criminal or civil--are ordered into court and told to write checks to officials of the court or they will be summarily arrested and jailed, Judges also order citizens to sell their houses and other property and turn the proceeds over to lawyers and other cronies they never hired. Summoning legally unimpeachable citizens to court and forcing them to empty their bank accounts to people they have not hired for services they have neither requested nor received on threat of physical punishment is what most people would call a protection racket. . . Yet family court judges do this as a matter of routine. This is by far the clearest example of what we political scientists term a "kleptocracy," or government by theives. — Stephen Baskerville
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Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Robert Jordan: The people seemed nearly ostentatious about minding their own business. The people seemed nearly ostentatious about minding their own business. — Robert Jordan
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Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Christina Engela: You cannot defend human rights without fighting religious fanatics - regardless of one's own religious You cannot defend human rights without fighting religious fanatics - regardless of one's own religious experience - it is unavoidable. Why? Because they are the ones who take issue with how other people live their lives instead of minding their own business. — Christina Engela
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Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By John Stuart Mill: How will the remaining portion of the community like to have the amusements that shall How will the remaining portion of the community like to have the amusements that shall be permitted to them regulated by the religious and moral sentiments of the stricter Calvinists and Methodists? Would they not, with considerable peremptoriness, desire these intrusively pious members of society to mind their own business? This is precisely what should be said to every government and every public, who have the pretension that no person shall enjoy any pleasure which they think wrong. — John Stuart Mill
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Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Elif Shafak: One day a man came running to a Sufi and said, panting, "Hey, they are One day a man came running to a Sufi and said, panting, "Hey, they are carrying trays, look over there!"
The Sufi answered calmly, "What is it to us? Is it any of my business?"
"But they are taking those trays to your house!" the man exclaimed.
"Then is it any of your business?" the Sufi said.

Unfortunately, people always watch the trays of others. Instead of minding their own business, they pass judgment on other people. It never ceases to amaze me the things they fabricate! Their imagination knows no limit when it comes to suspicion and slander. — Elif Shafak
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Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Nancy Straight: You know, I saw that on the news last week. People walking down the street, You know, I saw that on the news last week. People walking down the street, minding their own business, and BAM their lips turn elastic and wrap themselves around a friend's man. Happens all the time. It's a side-effect from the 'Stupid Pill'. Must have refilled your prescription before you left town. — Nancy Straight
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Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Dawn Powell: A writer's business is minding other people's business ... all the vices of the village A writer's business is minding other people's business ... all the vices of the village gossip are the virtues of the writer. — Dawn Powell
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Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Mayer Hawthorne: I've been through a lot of situations with women and if I can help someone I've been through a lot of situations with women and if I can help someone else avoid the pitfalls that I've gone through then I'm happy to help. — Mayer Hawthorne
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Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Iyanla Vanzant: Stay in your car in your lane on your road in your world. Stay in Stay in your car in your lane on your road in your world. Stay in your own lane. Don't be minding other people's spiritual business. Stay in your car. In your lane. On your road. In your world. — Iyanla Vanzant
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Josh Hartnett: I think that just your tastes change as you get older and I think they'll I think that just your tastes change as you get older and I think they'll continue to change. — Josh Hartnett
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Angela Carter: Abandoned lovers were often lured into the false embrace of faithless mistresses and this caused Abandoned lovers were often lured into the false embrace of faithless mistresses and this caused the Minister the gravest concern for he feared that one day a man would impregnate an illusion and then a generation of half-breed ghosts would befoul the city — Angela Carter
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Ray Charles: My mom taught me a lot. A lot about minding your own business and leaving My mom taught me a lot. A lot about minding your own business and leaving other people's business alone. And let them think what they want. — Ray Charles
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Beth McMullen: In fact, I don't understand religion at all and as far as I can see In fact, I don't understand religion at all and as far as I can see the only thing it does is hasten the slaughter of people who generally seem to be minding their own business. — Beth McMullen
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By E. M. Forster: Don't go fighting against the Spring. Don't go fighting against the Spring. — E. M. Forster
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Kartik Mehta: People now a days are in business of minding other's business. People now a days are in business of minding other's business. — Kartik Mehta
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Grace McCleen: Miracles don't have to be big, and they can happen in the unlikeliest places. Sometimes Miracles don't have to be big, and they can happen in the unlikeliest places. Sometimes they are so small people don't notice. Sometimes miracles are shy. They brush against your sleeve, they settle on your eyelashes. They wait for you to notice, then melt away. Lots of things start by being small. It's a good way to begin, because no one takes any notice of you. You're just a little thing beetling along, minding your own business. Then you grow. — Grace McCleen
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Susan Beth Pfeffer: Even in good times we didn't socialize with most of our neighbors. Mom says when Even in good times we didn't socialize with most of our neighbors. Mom says when she was growing up she did, but so many of the old families have moved out and new people moved in and neighborliness has changed. Now being a good neighbor means minding your own business. — Susan Beth Pfeffer
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By S.K. Epperson: lonely?" Eris took a deep breath and then released it. "I got along by minding lonely?" Eris took a deep breath and then released it. "I got along by minding my own business and staying out of everyone else's. Not too many people cared about a tall Indian kid with no parents. I didn't let anyone care, because I stayed out of everybody's way." "Weren't you lonely?" Madeleine repeated softly. "Yes," he said. "I was lonely. But I got along." She — S.K. Epperson
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Plato: The State which we have founded must possess the four cardinal virtues of wisdom, courage, The State which we have founded must possess the four cardinal virtues of wisdom, courage, discipline and justice ... Justice is the principle which has in fact been followed throughout, the principle of one man one job, of minding one s own business , in the sense of doing the job for which one is naturally fitted and not interfering with other people. — Plato
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Victor J. Banis: A good story is a dream shared by the author and the reader. Anything that A good story is a dream shared by the author and the reader. Anything that wakes the reader from the dream is a mortal sin. — Victor J. Banis
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Norton Juster: Can you spell everything?" asked Milo admiringly."Just about," replied the bee with a hint of Can you spell everything?" asked Milo admiringly.
"Just about," replied the bee with a hint of pride in his voice. "You see, years ago I was just an ordinary bee minding my own business, smelling flowers all day, and occasionally picking up part-time work in people's bonnets. Then one day I realized that I'd never amount to anything without an education and, being naturally adept at spelling, I decided that - — Norton Juster
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Elizabeth Hunter: But sometimes, minding your own business isn't the right thing to do. Sometimes, you need But sometimes, minding your own business isn't the right thing to do. Sometimes, you need to confront the evil in the world. I tried to ignore that for too long and people got hurt. — Elizabeth Hunter
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: So, Acheron," Kyrian said, hijacking their conversation. "What happened to your car? I saw the So, Acheron," Kyrian said, hijacking their conversation. "What happened to your car? I saw the busted fender on it. How unlike you to crash into anything."
Nick cringed as Acheron turned towards him with an arched brow.
"Hey now," Nick said, holding his hands up in defence of himself, "it was not my fault.I was minding my own business when the trash can went suicidal, came out of nowhere, and jumped in front of the car."
"It was on the curb, Nick," Ash said drily. "Along with a number of screaming pedestrians, running for their lives."
"That's your story. I'm sticking to mine ... And there ought to be a law about homicidal trash cans, and fines for people who put them on the street. They're really dangerous ... Just saying. — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Margaret Cho: My attitude toward peace does not depend on which war we are discussing. I think My attitude toward peace does not depend on which war we are discussing. I think that words should do the work of bombs. — Margaret Cho
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Bree Despain: I mean, there Persephone was, minding her own business, picking flowers, when all of a I mean, there Persephone was, minding her own business, picking flowers, when all of a sudden Hades bursts out of the ground in a flaming chariot and grabs her. I mean, you can't just go around grabbing people. That's not okay." I narrow my eyes, challenging him. "What kind of person does that?"
Haden glowers right back at me. "Maybe he didn't see any other options at the moment. — Bree Despain
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Deyth Banger: If something cames out from your mind it doesn't matter is it in the morning If something cames out from your mind it doesn't matter is it in the morning so early or it's too late for example it's nigh or you are outside with friends spend few minutes and write this down you could make something incrediable. — Deyth Banger
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Clark Ashton Smith: It would seem, from this, that the people of Omanorion had mastered the ultra-civilized art It would seem, from this, that the people of Omanorion had mastered the ultra-civilized art of minding their own business. — Clark Ashton Smith
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Ernest Hemingway,: I'm minding my own business, sir! How many people do you think actually do that I'm minding my own business, sir! How many people do you think actually do that by choice? Does it bother you? Of course it bothers you. A clear conscience is always supposed to bother a cripple-minded idiot like you — Ernest Hemingway,
Not Minding Other People's Business Sayings By Eric Hoffer: A man is likely to mind his own business when it is worth minding. When A man is likely to mind his own business when it is worth minding. When it is not, he takes his mind off his own meaningless affairs by minding other people's business. — Eric Hoffer