Police And Firemen Famous Quotes & Sayings

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11 Police And Firemen Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Police And Firemen Sayings By Monica Johnson: Pray for someone else's child, your pastor, the military, the police officers, the firemen, the Pray for someone else's child, your pastor, the military, the police officers, the firemen, the teachers, the government. There's no end to the ways that you can intervene on behalf of others through prayer. — Monica Johnson
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Police And Firemen Sayings By Karen Rodwill Solomon: Society needs heroes, but most policemen, firemen, and soldiers don't want to become heroes; they Society needs heroes, but most policemen, firemen, and soldiers don't want to become heroes; they want to be men and women doing their jobs. They want to be supported and understood.

Unfortunately, they find the most support and under-standing when death comes in the line of duty. With death comes the onset of the hero label. With the hero title bestowed, everyone seems to know Jason. They won't ask for permission to speak at his funeral. They will simply do it because they know the person in the coffin would not be there if it weren't for a position that required them to give their lives for others. People who didn't know him spoke as if they did, and, while society was claiming its newest hero, Stephanie wanted to grieve alone. More than that, though, she wanted Jason back. — Karen Rodwill Solomon
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Police And Firemen Sayings By Glenn Reynolds: As my father-in-law once said, when they talk about taxes it's always for teachers, firemen, As my father-in-law once said, when they talk about taxes it's always for teachers, firemen, and police - but when they spend your taxes, it always seems to go to some guy in a leather chair downtown you never heard of. — Glenn Reynolds
Police And Firemen Sayings By Gudjon Bergmann: Firemen, police officers, professional athletes and military service personnel are all trained with this in Firemen, police officers, professional athletes and military service personnel are all trained with this in mind, they are taught to direct their energy, to use stress constructively. — Gudjon Bergmann
Police And Firemen Sayings By Irwin Redlener: Police officers and firemen are so visible in their daily work, there's no mistaking they're Police officers and firemen are so visible in their daily work, there's no mistaking they're there - and that presence makes people feel secure. — Irwin Redlener
Police And Firemen Sayings By Robert Mueller: In the context of September 11, there were so many that lost their lives that In the context of September 11, there were so many that lost their lives that - how do you single out one person? There were so many acts of heroism that day from so many people, whether it be firemen and police officers in New York and our agents also. — Robert Mueller
Police And Firemen Sayings By Judith Krantz: Have some sort of a private place to work in. Put up a sign to Have some sort of a private place to work in. Put up a sign to keep from being interrupted. Mine says: "Please, do not knock, do not say hello or goodbye, do not ask what's for dinner, do not disturb me unless the police or firemen have to be called." — Judith Krantz
Police And Firemen Sayings By Lewis Black: They're so broke that they've actually cut essential services. In many places, they've cut policemen, They're so broke that they've actually cut essential services. In many places, they've cut policemen, because, who the fuck needs them? Or firemen, son of a bitch, it's much more fun watching something burn down. — Lewis Black
Police And Firemen Sayings By Abraham Verghese: [American ambulance crews] salvaged people we'd never see in Missing, because no one would have [American ambulance crews] salvaged people we'd never see in Missing, because no one would have tied to bring them to a hospital. Judging someone to be beyond help never crossed the minds of police, firemen, or doctors here. — Abraham Verghese
Police And Firemen Sayings By Leslie Haskin: Just then, in that instant, I saw His eyes. I recognised them. They were the Just then, in that instant, I saw His eyes. I recognised them. They were the eyes of that trembling father in a smoke-filled room on the ninety-third floor of Tower One, dialing his little girls for the last time. Those were the eyes behind that calming voice singing 'Amazing Grace' in a crowded and slippery stairwell, trapped outside a roof door when the ceilings began to cave. The eyes of the people who stayed behind with the handicapped victims waiting for police officers who never made it up the stairs. Those were the eyes of firemen who pushed me to safety, the doctor who cared for me for more than a year free of charge, the therapist who visited my home regularly so that I could sleep a little, the children who loved me, the brother who prayed nonstop, and the pastor who became my friend. Those were the eyes of God. — Leslie Haskin
Police And Firemen Sayings By Abraham Verghese: The ambulance crews brought the victims to us before the tires on the wreck stopped The ambulance crews brought the victims to us before the tires on the wreck stopped spinning. They salvaged people we'd never see in Missing, because no one would have tried to bring them to a hospital. Judging someone to be beyond help never crossed the minds of police, firemen, or doctors here. A — Abraham Verghese