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Youths Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: How could youths better learn to live than by at once trying the experiment of How could youths better learn to live than by at once trying the experiment of living? — Henry David Thoreau
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Youths Sayings By Amish Tripathi: The youth in India tend to be rebellious, as with everywhere else, and that makes The youth in India tend to be rebellious, as with everywhere else, and that makes Shiva exciting. He has the rebellious qualities that the youths like. — Amish Tripathi
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Youths Sayings By Psyche Roxas-Mendoza: Not enough youths fighting windmills. And the old are fearful, jaded or dead. Do not Not enough youths fighting windmills. And the old are fearful, jaded or dead. Do not ask me what to do. I am just as cowardly as you. And do not tell me it is enough to speak the truth; that it is bravery enough. Every mountain leveled to the ground, every forest burned, every man, woman, and child who lost their shanties to arsonist fires were defended to the heavens - with words. — Psyche Roxas-Mendoza
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Youths Sayings By Menachem Begin: What kind of expression is this - "punishing Israel"? Are we a vassal state of What kind of expression is this - "punishing Israel"? Are we a vassal state of yours? Are we a banana republic? Are we youths of fourteen who, if they don't behave properly, are slapped across the fingers? Let me tell you who this government is composed of. It is composed of people whose lives were spent in resistance, in fighting and in suffering. You will not frighten us with "punishments." He who threatens us will find us deaf to his threats. We are only prepared to listen to rational arguments. You have no right to "punish" Israel - and I protest at the very use of this term. — Menachem Begin
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Youths Sayings By Jodi Picoult: I'd make a snide comment about the youths of america but I'm too impressed by I'd make a snide comment about the youths of america but I'm too impressed by the fact that she's reading something other than Fifty Shades of Grey. — Jodi Picoult
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Youths Sayings By Cormac McCarthy: They were in good spirits, scrubbed and combed, clean shirts all. Each foreseeing a night They were in good spirits, scrubbed and combed, clean shirts all. Each foreseeing a night of drink, perhaps of love. How many youths have come home cold and dead from just such nights and just such plans. — Cormac McCarthy
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Youths Sayings By Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha: Youths are the life blood of any nation. Youths are the life blood of any nation. — Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha
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Youths Sayings By Rabindranath Tagore: We Poets exist for this very purpose. We set men free from their desires.I don't We Poets exist for this very purpose. We set men free from their desires.

I don't understand you. You talk in riddles.

What? You don't understand me? And yet you have been reading my poems all this while! -- There is renunciation in our words, renunciation in the metre, renunciation in our music. That is why fortune always forsakes us; and we, in turn always forsake fortune. We go about, all day long, initiating the youths in the sacred cult of fortune-forsaking.

What does it say to us?

It says:
'Ah brothers, don't cling to your goods and chattels,
And sit ever in the corner of your room.
Come out, come out into the open world.
Come out into the highways of life.
Come out, ye youthful Renouncers. — Rabindranath Tagore
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Youths Sayings By Oche Otorkpa: One of the greatest challenge facing young people today, is thelarge scale availability of half One of the greatest challenge facing young people today, is the
large scale availability of half truth's and manipulated facts — Oche Otorkpa
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Youths Sayings By Roberto Bolano: Hen Anne stopped and talked to me for the first time. I can't remember what Hen Anne stopped and talked to me for the first time. I can't remember what we said, maybe our names and where we came from. at the end of the conversation I invited her to dinner at my house that night. It was Christmastime, or nearly, and I made a pizza and bought a bottle of wine. We talked until very late. That was when Anne told me she'd been to Mexico several times. Overall, her adventures were very similar to mine. Anne thought this was because the lives or the youths of any two individuals would be fundamentally alike, in spite of the obvious or even glaring differences. I preferred to think that somehow she and I had both explored the same map, fought the same doomed campaigns, received a common sentimental education. At five in the morning, or perhaps later, we went to med and made love. — Roberto Bolano
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Youths Sayings By Michael Meade: In many tribal cultures, it was said that if the boys were not initiated into In many tribal cultures, it was said that if the boys were not initiated into manhood, if they were not shaped by the skills and love of elders, then they would destroy the culture. If the fires that innately burn inside youths are not intentionally and lovingly added to the hearth of community, they will burn down the structures of culture, just to feel the warmth. — Michael Meade
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Youths Sayings By Jane Austen: Such squeamish youths as cannot bear to be connected with a little absurdity are not Such squeamish youths as cannot bear to be connected with a little absurdity are not worth a regret. — Jane Austen
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Youths Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: The reward of esteem, respect and gratitude [is] due to those who devote their time The reward of esteem, respect and gratitude [is] due to those who devote their time and efforts to render the youths of every successive age fit governors for the next. — Thomas Jefferson
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Youths Sayings By Jeremy Clarkson: Hollywood movies are designed for 15-year-old youths from North Dakota who, intellectually speaking, are on Hollywood movies are designed for 15-year-old youths from North Dakota who, intellectually speaking, are on equal terms with a British zoo animal. — Jeremy Clarkson
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Youths Sayings By Jill McCorkle: I thought that we were all like trees, flexible youths, saplings, who grow up heavy I thought that we were all like trees, flexible youths, saplings, who grow up heavy and stiff, spread seeds and get chopped down and turned into notebook paper. — Jill McCorkle
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Youths Sayings By Judith Lynne Hanna: The 1980's witnessed a new dance genre in New York City and Los Angeles. Slam The 1980's witnessed a new dance genre in New York City and Los Angeles. Slam Dancing was perhaps a way for adolescent males to deal with the stressors of maturation, aggressive personal feelings, and violence in the society at large. Through dancing, the youths expressed raw power and rage while achieving euphoria, enhanced self-concept, and a healthy fatigue. — Judith Lynne Hanna
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Youths Sayings By Sandra Tsing Loh: In our youths, many of us suspected that being tied down to a partner and In our youths, many of us suspected that being tied down to a partner and family might constrain us. But after 40, even that landscape starts to shift. Many singletons turn inward and start longing for the things so many of us longed to be free of in our 20s. — Sandra Tsing Loh
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Youths Sayings By Suzanne Collins: If I have to pick one story that most influenced 'The Hunger Games,' it would If I have to pick one story that most influenced 'The Hunger Games,' it would be the Greek myth of Theseus, which I read when I was about 8 years old. In punishment for past deeds, Athens periodically had to send seven youths and seven maidens to a labyrinth. In the maze was this Minotaur, and it would eat them. — Suzanne Collins
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Youths Sayings By Phil Keoghan: Schools often box kids into predefined categories. But we don't know what amazing ideas, inventions, Schools often box kids into predefined categories. But we don't know what amazing ideas, inventions, cures, and contributions all these youths really have. — Phil Keoghan
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Youths Sayings By Rudyard Kipling: There rise her timeless capitals of empires daily born, whose plinths are laid at midnight There rise her timeless capitals of empires daily born, whose plinths are laid at midnight and whose streets are packed at morn; and here come tired youths and maids that feign to love or sin in tones like rusty razor blades to tunes like smitten tin. — Rudyard Kipling
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Youths Sayings By Noah Webster: The foundation of all free government and all social order must be laid in families The foundation of all free government and all social order must be laid in families and in the discipline of youth. Young persons must not only be furnished with knowledge, but they must be accustomed to subordination and subjected to the authority and influence of good principles. It will avail little that youths are made to understand truth and correct principles, unless they are accustomed to submit to be governed by them. — Noah Webster
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Youths Sayings By Barry D. Adam: In ancient Greece, adolescence was a time when young men left their biological families to In ancient Greece, adolescence was a time when young men left their biological families to become the lovers of adult men. Sexuality was but one element of an affectional and educational relationship in which youths learned the ways of manhood — Barry D. Adam
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Youths Sayings By Richard Owen Cambridge: Let brisker youths their active nerves prepareFit their light silken wings and skim the buxom Let brisker youths their active nerves prepare
Fit their light silken wings and skim the buxom air. — Richard Owen Cambridge
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Youths Sayings By Recep Tayyip Erdogan: If during their education our youths become alienated from their language, history, ancestors, culture and If during their education our youths become alienated from their language, history, ancestors, culture and civilization, it means there is a very serious educational problem there. — Recep Tayyip Erdogan
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Youths Sayings By William L. Shirer: Three youths in Hanover who snatched a lady's handbag in the black-out have been sentenced Three youths in Hanover who snatched a lady's handbag in the black-out have been sentenced to death. — William L. Shirer
Youths Sayings By Cyril Wong: It is the teacher's and the lawmaker's responsibility to allow the child to express his It is the teacher's and the lawmaker's responsibility to allow the child to express his feelings about growing up. What happens to a child at that particular age? It is a terribly vulnerable time, and if we provide youths with an environment to
be free, to be expressive, without embarrassing them, without shaming them, they would grow up to be healthy, compassionate adults. Instead, if we force them to "belong, belong, belong," they all become repressed. There is a complete absence of options. — Cyril Wong
Youths Sayings By Evgeny Morozov: Why does crime happen? Well, you might say that it's because youths don't have jobs. Why does crime happen? Well, you might say that it's because youths don't have jobs. Or you might say that's because the doors of our buildings are not fortified enough. Given some limited funds to spend, you can either create yet another national employment program or you can equip houses with even better cameras, sensors, and locks. — Evgeny Morozov
Youths Sayings By Henry Rollins: Youths write me and tell me that their band will go nowhere because of all Youths write me and tell me that their band will go nowhere because of all the bad bands in the world. I tell them there has always been awful music and that no great band ever wasted any time complaining, they just got it done. Their ropey ranting is just a way to get out of the hard work of making music that will do some lasting damage. — Henry Rollins
Youths Sayings By Aabid Surti: liar is a person who lies. liar is a person who lies. — Aabid Surti
Youths Sayings By Augustine Of Hippo: Chapter XV.--He Entreats God, that Whatever Useful Things He Learned as a Boy May Be Chapter XV.--He Entreats God, that Whatever Useful Things He Learned as a Boy May Be Dedicated to Him. 24. Hear my prayer, O Lord; let not my soul faint under Thy discipline, nor let me faint in confessing unto Thee Thy mercies, whereby Thou hast saved me from all my most mischievous ways, that Thou mightest become sweet to me beyond all the seductions which I used to follow; and that I may love Thee entirely, and grasp Thy hand with my whole heart, and that Thou mayest deliver me from every temptation, even unto the end. For lo, O Lord, my King and my God, for Thy service be whatever useful thing I learnt as a boy--for Thy service what I speak, and write, and count. For when I learned vain things, Thou didst grant me Thy discipline; and my sin in taking delight in those vanities, Thou hast forgiven me. I learned, indeed, in them many useful words; but these may be learned in things not vain, and that is the safe way for youths to walk in. — Augustine Of Hippo
Youths Sayings By Kahlil Gibran: In the stillness of the night I have walked in your streets, and my spirit In the stillness of the night I have walked in your streets, and my spirit has entered your houses,
And your heart-beats were in my heart, and your breath was upon my face, and I knew you all.
Aye, I knew your joy and your pain, and in your sleep your dreams were my dreams.
And oftentimes I was among you a lake among the mountains.
I mirrored the summits in you and the bending slopes, and even the passing flocks of your thoughts and your desires.
And to my silence came the laughter of your children in streams, and the longing of your youths in rivers. — Kahlil Gibran
Youths Sayings By Okakura Kakuzo: Asiatic youths are flocking to Western colleges for the equipment of modern education. Our insight Asiatic youths are flocking to Western colleges for the equipment of modern education. Our insight does not penetrate your culture deeply, but at least we are willing to learn. Some of my compatriots have adopted too much of your customs and too much of your etiquette, in the delusion that the acquisition of stiff collars and tall silk hats comprised the attainment of your civilisation. Pathetic and deplorable as such affectations are, they evince our willingness to approach the West on our knees. — Okakura Kakuzo
Youths Sayings By Kresley Cole: You wish to hear the origin story?" "Uh, yes." I passed him the bottle. "Very You wish to hear the origin story?" "Uh, yes." I passed him the bottle. "Very well." He drank, handing it to Jack, starting another round. "A goddess of magic devised a contest to the death for select mortals. She invited deities of other realms to send a representative from their most prestigious house, all youths. Each one bore their god's emblem upon his or her right hand." My heart raced . . . I had been one of those youths. "These players would fight inside Tar Ro, a sacred realm as large as a thousand kingdoms, harvesting their victims' emblems; only the player who'd collected them all would leave Tar Ro alive. Naturally, the gods cheated, gifting their own representative with superhuman abilities, making them more than mortal. Secret abilities. That's why we're called Arcana." "Hail Tar Ro," I murmured. "The High Priestess told me that." "An old-fashioned greeting. She's quite knowledgeable about the games. Very respectful of the old ways. — Kresley Cole
Youths Sayings By Idris Elba: Africans, we hold on to our youths and whip them into shape. Africans, we hold on to our youths and whip them into shape. — Idris Elba
Youths Sayings By Osama Bin Laden: Youths only want one thing, to kill you so they can go to paradise. Youths only want one thing, to kill you so they can go to paradise. — Osama Bin Laden
Youths Sayings By Margot Adler: A number of studies of homeless youth in big cities put forth a startling statistic: A number of studies of homeless youth in big cities put forth a startling statistic: Depending on the study, somewhere between 30 and 40 percent of homeless youths identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. — Margot Adler
Youths Sayings By Randall Kennedy: Language of the Gun shows why Bernard Harcourt has earned a reputation as one of Language of the Gun shows why Bernard Harcourt has earned a reputation as one of our most provocative and informative analysts of the administration of criminal justice. Thoroughly interdisciplinary, he brings to bear on his subject a remarkably wide range of sources. Most striking are his probing interviews with at-risk youths which provide a fascinating and rare glimpse into how they think about guns and gun carrying. This book bristles with insight and information. — Randall Kennedy
Youths Sayings By Robinson Jeffers: They had heroes for companions, beautiful youths todream of, rose-marble-fingeredWomen shed light down the great They had heroes for companions, beautiful youths to
dream of, rose-marble-fingered
Women shed light down the great lines;
But you have invoked the slime in the skull,
The lymph in the vessels. They have shown men Gods
like racial dreams, the woman's desire,
The man's fear, the hawk-faced prophet's; but nothing
Human seems happy at the feet of yours.
Therefore though not forgotten, not loved, in the gray old
years in the evening leaning
Over the gray stones of the tower-top,
You shall be called heartless and blind. — Robinson Jeffers
Youths Sayings By Lauren Groff: We have all had stupid youths,' said Mathilde. 'I find them delicious. We have all had stupid youths,' said Mathilde. 'I find them delicious. — Lauren Groff
Youths Sayings By Jason Whitlock: We have allowed our youths to buy into a culture (hip hop) that has been We have allowed our youths to buy into a culture (hip hop) that has been perverted, corrupted and overtaken by prison culture. The music, attitude and behavior expressed in this culture is anti-black, anti-education, demeaning, self-destructive, pro-drug dealing and violent. — Jason Whitlock
Youths Sayings By Booker T. Washington: We must not only become reliable, progressive, skillful and intelligent, but we must keep the We must not only become reliable, progressive, skillful and intelligent, but we must keep the idea constantly before our youths that all forms of labor, whether with the hand or head, are honorable. — Booker T. Washington
Youths Sayings By J.G. Ballard: Trying to exhaust himself, Vaughan devised an endless almanac of terrifying wounds and insane collisions: Trying to exhaust himself, Vaughan devised an endless almanac of terrifying wounds and insane collisions: The lungs of elderly men punctured by door-handles; the chests of young women impaled on steering-columns; the cheek of handsome youths torn on the chromium latches of quarter-lights. To Vaughan, these wounds formed the key to a new sexuality, born from a perverse technology. The images of these wounds hung in the gallery of his mind, like exhibits in the museum of a slaughterhouse. — J.G. Ballard
Youths Sayings By Will.i.am: Now that Obama's president, it changes inner-city youths. They can now not just dream to Now that Obama's president, it changes inner-city youths. They can now not just dream to be Lil Waynes and 50 Cents, but they can now dream to be Obamas. — Will.i.am
Youths Sayings By Max Beerbohm: It, one suspects, must have had much to do with the evocation of what is It, one suspects, must have had much to do with the evocation of what is called the Oxford spirit - that gentlest spirit, so lingering and searching, so dear to them who as youths were brought into ken of it, so exasperating to them who were not. Yes, certainly, it is this mild, miasmal air, not less than the grey beauty and gravity of the buildings, that has helped Oxford to produce, and foster eternally, her peculiar race of artist-scholars, scholar-artists. The — Max Beerbohm
Youths Sayings By Josemaria Escriva: Don't you long to shout to those youths who are bustling around you: Fools! Leave Don't you long to shout to those youths who are bustling around you: Fools! Leave those worldly things that shackle the heart - and very often degrade it - leave all that and come with us in search of Love! — Josemaria Escriva
Youths Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: More and more number of youths and adults get addicted to nicotine on daily basis. More and more number of youths and adults get addicted to nicotine on daily basis. — Sunday Adelaja
Youths Sayings By Honore De Balzac: Poverty is a divine stepmother who does for youths what their own mothers were unable Poverty is a divine stepmother who does for youths what their own mothers were unable to do. It introduces them to frugality, to the world and to life. — Honore De Balzac
Youths Sayings By John Stuart Mill: Most boys or youths who have had much knowledge drilled into them, have their mental Most boys or youths who have had much knowledge drilled into them, have their mental capacities not strengthened, but overlaid by it. They are crammed with mere facts, and with the opinions and phrases of other people, and these are accepted as a substitute for the power to form opinions of their own. And thus, the sons of eminent fathers, who have spared no pains in their education, so often grow up mere parroters of what they have learnt, incapable of using their minds except in the furrows traced for them. — John Stuart Mill
Youths Sayings By Jennifer Egan: Ted shrank from these youths, though he was six foot four and weighed in at Ted shrank from these youths, though he was six foot four and weighed in at two hundred thirty, with a face that looked innocuous enough in the bathroom mirror but often prompted colleagues to ask him what was the matter. — Jennifer Egan
Youths Sayings By Irenaeus Of Lyons: He [Jesus] came to save all through himself; all, I say, who through him are He [Jesus] came to save all through himself; all, I say, who through him are reborn in God: infants, and children, and youths, and old men. Therefore he passed through every age, becoming an infant for infants, sanctifying infants; a child for children, sanctifying those who are of that age ... [so that] he might be the perfect teacher in all things, perfect not only in respect to the setting forth of truth, perfect also in respect to relative age — Irenaeus Of Lyons
Youths Sayings By Anthony Daniels: If all our political and intellectual elite offers by way of a national culture is If all our political and intellectual elite offers by way of a national culture is "pop music, gambling, fashionable clothes or television," then we can neither mount a convincing intellectual defense against our enemies, nor hope to integrate intelligent, inquiring, and unfulfilled Muslim youths young men principally, of course to our way of life. — Anthony Daniels
Youths Sayings By Michael Gurian: Adolescent youths cry out for us to help them contextualize their life experiences. Adolescent youths cry out for us to help them contextualize their life experiences. — Michael Gurian
Youths Sayings By Sean Paul: I do feel I have a responsibility to the youths. For real. I do feel I have a responsibility to the youths. For real. — Sean Paul
Youths Sayings By Pythagoras: Dear youths, I warn you cherish peace divine, And in your hearts lay deep these Dear youths, I warn you cherish peace divine, And in your hearts lay deep these words of mine. — Pythagoras
Youths Sayings By Meghan Blistinsky: Education these days is making youths suffer like mental patients, but no one has anything Education these days is making youths suffer like mental patients, but no one has anything to say about it because there is no other option to be given. — Meghan Blistinsky
Youths Sayings By Homer: I took the sheep and cut their throats over the pit, and let the dark I took the sheep and cut their throats over the pit, and let the dark blood flow. Then there gathered the spirits of the dead, brides and unwed youths, old men worn out by labour, and tender maidens with hearts still new to sorrow. — Homer
Youths Sayings By James S. Kunen: We youths say "like" all the time because we mistrust reality. We youths say "like" all the time because we mistrust reality. — James S. Kunen
Youths Sayings By Robert E.Lee: I consider the proper education of our youths one of the most important objects now I consider the proper education of our youths one of the most important objects now to be attained and one from which the greatest benefits may be expected. — Robert E.Lee
Youths Sayings By Robert Herrick: Oft have I heard both youths and virgins say,Birds chuse their mates and couple too Oft have I heard both youths and virgins say,
Birds chuse their mates and couple too this day:
But by their flight I never can devine
When I shall couple with my valentine. — Robert Herrick
Youths Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: It is best to lay our plans widely in youth, for then land is cheap, It is best to lay our plans widely in youth, for then land is cheap, and it is but too easy to contract our views afterward. Youths so laid out, with broad avenues and parks, that they may make handsome and liberal old men! Show me a youth whose mind is like some Washington city of magnificent distances, prepared for the most remotely successful and glorious life after all, when those spaces shall be built over and the idea of the founder be realized. I trust that every New England boy will begin by laying out a Keene Street through his head, eight rods wide. — Henry David Thoreau
Youths Sayings By Gerry Cooney: I am involved in minor league baseball. I go around the country speaking to troubled I am involved in minor league baseball. I go around the country speaking to troubled youths, trying to help them understand that whatever path they choose, they'll need to really pay attention to it. — Gerry Cooney
Youths Sayings By Christopher Hawtree: Time has blurred London's geography, but the freaks remain. Sometimes they are evident from afar; Time has blurred London's geography, but the freaks remain. Sometimes they are evident from afar; sometimes they become apparent only after prolonged exposure. Benson can scarcely have conceived of a fume-ridden Chelsea upon whose pavements loll doped-up, tattooed and manacled youths with hair jauntily erected into multi-colored shapes that resemble spikes rather than plumes. — Christopher Hawtree
Youths Sayings By Nelson Algren: And the men come on again: the flashy and the penitent, the beaten ones and And the men come on again: the flashy and the penitent, the beaten ones and the wise guys, the hangdog heel thieves and the disdainful coneroos, walking, half crouched, through a downpour of light like men walking through rain. The frayed and the hesitant, the sleek and the bold, the odd fish and the callow youths, the good-humored bindle stiffs and the bitter veterans. — Nelson Algren
Youths Sayings By Kilroy J. Oldster: A series of disconcerting questions nibbles at hearts of troubled youths. These same unanswered questions, A series of disconcerting questions nibbles at hearts of troubled youths. These same unanswered questions, along with their acerbic toxins, reveal their pungent fumes more frequently and with greater intensity as a person rushes headfirst into life's concrete jungle. — Kilroy J. Oldster
Youths Sayings By Denis Diderot: I give my mind the liberty to follow the first wise or foolish idea that I give my mind the liberty to follow the first wise or foolish idea that presents itself, just as in the avenue de Foy our dissolute youths follow close on the heels of some strumpet, then leave her to pursue another, attacking all of them and attaching themselves to none. My thoughts are my strumpets. — Denis Diderot
Youths Sayings By Jason Whitlock: And that the arming of so many black youths, uh, and loading up our community And that the arming of so many black youths, uh, and loading up our community with drugs, and then just having an open shooting gallery, is the work of people who obviously don't have our best interests [at heart]. — Jason Whitlock
Youths Sayings By Helmut Thielicke: Speaking figuratively, the study of theology often produces overgrown youths whose internal organs have not Speaking figuratively, the study of theology often produces overgrown youths whose internal organs have not correspondingly developed. This is a characteristic of adolescence. There is actually something like theological puberty. — Helmut Thielicke
Youths Sayings By James Connolly: All these mountains of Irish dead, all these corpses mangled beyond recognition, all these arms, All these mountains of Irish dead, all these corpses mangled beyond recognition, all these arms, legs, eyes, ears, fingers, toes, hands, all these shivering putrefying bodies and portions of bodies once warm living and tender parts of Irish men and youths - all these horrors in Flanders or the Gallipoli Peninsula, are all items in the price Ireland pays for being part of the British Empire. — James Connolly
Youths Sayings By Pope Francis: In your school you take part in various activities that habituate you not to shut In your school you take part in various activities that habituate you not to shut yourselves in on yourselves or in your small world, but to be open to others, especially to the poorest and neediest, to work to improve the world in which we live. Be men and women with others and for others, real champions in the service of others. To be magnanimous with interior liberty and a spirit of service, spiritual formation is necessary. Dear children, dear youths, love Jesus Christ ever more! — Pope Francis
Youths Sayings By Roberto Bolano: Nor did it go unnoticed by the latest litter of Archimboldians, recent graduates, boys and Nor did it go unnoticed by the latest litter of Archimboldians, recent graduates, boys and girls, their doctorates tucked still warm under their arms, who planned, by any means necessary, to impose their particular readings of Archimboldi, like missionaries ready to instill faith in God, even if to do so meant signing a pact with the devil, for most were what you might call rationalists, not in the philosophical sense but in the pejorative literal sense, denoting people less interested in literature than in literary criticism, the one field, according to them - some of them, anyway - where revolution was still possible, and in some way they behaved not like youths but like nouveaux youths, in the sense that there are the rich and the nouveaux riches, all of them generally rational thinkers, let us repeat, although often incapable of telling their asses from their elbows, — Roberto Bolano
Youths Sayings By Booth Tarkington: We debate sometimes what is to be the future of this nation when we think We debate sometimes what is to be the future of this nation when we think that in a few years public affairs may be in the hands of the fin-de-siecle gilded youths we see about us during the Christmas holidays. Such foppery, such luxury, such insolence,was surely never practiced by the scented, overbearing patricians of the Palatine, even in Rome's most decadent epoch. In all the wild orgy of wastefulness and luxury with which the nineteenth century reaches its close, the gilded youth has been surely the worst symptom. — Booth Tarkington
Youths Sayings By Will Durant: E have become wealthy, and wealth is the prelude to art. In every country where E have become wealthy, and wealth is the prelude to art. In every country where centuries of physical effort have accumulated the means for luxury and leisure, culture has followed as naturally as vegetation grows in a rich and watered soil. To have become wealthy was the first necessity; a people too must live before it can philosophize. No doubt we have grown faster than nations usually have grown; and the disorder of our souls is due to the rapidity of our development. We are like youths disturbed and unbalanced, for a time, by the sudden growth and experiences of puberty. But soon our maturity will come; our minds will catch up with our bodies, our culture with our possessions. Perhaps there are greater souls than Shakespeare's, and greater minds than Plato's, waiting to be born. When we have learned to reverence liberty as well as wealth, we too shall have our Renaissance. — Will Durant
Youths Sayings By Major Taylor: I would advise all youths aspiring to athletic fame or a professional career to practice I would advise all youths aspiring to athletic fame or a professional career to practice clean living, fair play and good sportsmanship. — Major Taylor
Youths Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: I mean that they (students) should not play life, or study it merely, while the I mean that they (students) should not play life, or study it merely, while the community supports them at this expensive game, but earnestly live it from beginning to end. How could youths better learn to live than by at once trying the experiment of living? Methinks this would exercise their minds as much as mathematics. — Henry David Thoreau
Youths Sayings By Oche Otorkpa: If young people are our greatest asset in a war that must be won then If young people are our greatest asset in a war that must be won then we
must be willing to extricate them at whatever cost from the clutches
of those who seek to exploit their weaknesses — Oche Otorkpa
Youths Sayings By Q'orianka Kilcher: I think it's important for us as a society to remember that the youth within I think it's important for us as a society to remember that the youth within juvenile justice systems are, most of the time, youths who simply haven't had the right mentors and supporters around them - because of circumstances beyond their control. — Q'orianka Kilcher
Youths Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: And they tramped off to the forests with sturdy youths bearing guitars, twang-twang! And they tramped off to the forests with sturdy youths bearing guitars, twang-twang! — D.H. Lawrence
Youths Sayings By Major Taylor: I know that a good many champions have entertained the thought that the more they I know that a good many champions have entertained the thought that the more they discourage youngsters, the longer they would reign. However, this theory never impressed me, and I always made it a point to give youths the benefit of my experience in bicycle racing. — Major Taylor
Youths Sayings By Sylvia Broeckx: In one case where William was attacked, the perpetrators were brought to court and admitted In one case where William was attacked, the perpetrators were brought to court and admitted their guilt, yet the judge dismissed the case. As the culprits came from 'good Christian homes' and attended church, the judge concluded they were 'just misguided youths' and could not be found guilty, despite every one of them having experienced disciplinary action or been in trouble with the law before. — Sylvia Broeckx
Youths Sayings By Rebecca West: Three times we stopped dead. The first found us in Lovegrove High Street, and we Three times we stopped dead. The first found us in Lovegrove High Street, and we were immediately surrounded by a crowd of youths, who put their heads inside the car and insincerely pretended that we were in a position to sell them roasted chestnuts. — Rebecca West
Youths Sayings By Robert Reed: How many of us readers say this quote and mean it. "If I knew what How many of us readers say this quote and mean it. "If I knew what I know now life would be different" ... — Robert Reed
Youths Sayings By George Kelling: For police themselves, the consequence of [911 policing] has been the emergence of a siege For police themselves, the consequence of [911 policing] has been the emergence of a siege mentality...the alienation of officers from the communities they police interferes with the effective exercise of their basic authority, forcing police to rely inordinately on the use of force. As strangers, police feel compelled to draw upon 'preemptively coercive means such as intimidation and threats' if not the direct application of force...not only is such coercion antithetical to policing a democracy, it may create the very resistance it is intended to forestall, and lead to self-fulfilling prophecies and a downward spiral in which police become more aggressive and youths embittered and resistant. — George Kelling
Youths Sayings By E.B. White: A man's liberal and conservative phases seem to follow each other in a succession of A man's liberal and conservative phases seem to follow each other in a succession of waves from the time he is born. Children are radicals. Youths are conservatives, with a dash of criminal negligence. Men in their prime are liberals (as long as their digestion keeps pace with their intellect). The middle aged run to shelter: they insure their life, draft a will, accumulate mementos and occasional tables, and hope for security. And then comes old age, which repeats childhood - a time full of humors and sadness, but often full of courage and even prophecy. — E.B. White
Youths Sayings By Ted Stevens: I was in the Boy Scouts for about four years until my troop disbanded. It I was in the Boy Scouts for about four years until my troop disbanded. It is really one of the best activities youths can get involved in and nearly every scout I have known has been a class act due to the discipline the Scouts have instilled in them. — Ted Stevens
Youths Sayings By J.K. Rowling: Minerva drew unusual attention to herself on her very first evening, when she was revealed Minerva drew unusual attention to herself on her very first evening, when she was revealed to be a Hatstall. After five and a half minutes, the Sorting Hat, which had been vacillating between the houses of Ravenclaw and Gryffindor, placed Minerva in the latter. (In later years, this circumstance was a subject of gentle humour between Minerva and her colleague Filius Flitwick, over whom the Sorting Hat suffered the same confusion, but reached the opposite conclusion. The two Heads of House were amused to think that they might, but for those crucial moments in their youths, have exchanged positions). — J.K. Rowling
Youths Sayings By David James Duncan: It is a rare high school teacher who enjoys seeing their world being enormously improved It is a rare high school teacher who enjoys seeing their world being enormously improved upon by youths. — David James Duncan
Youths Sayings By John Armstrong: Ye youths and virgins, when your generous blood Has drunk the warmth of fifteen summers, Ye youths and virgins, when your generous blood Has drunk the warmth of fifteen summers, now The loves invite; now to new rapture wakes The finish'd sense: while stung with keen desire The madd'ning boy his bashful fetters bursts; And, urg'd with secret flames, the riper maid, Conscious and shy, betrays her smarting breast. — John Armstrong
Youths Sayings By Alexander The Great: Youths of the Pellaians and of the Macedonians and of the Hellenic Amphictiony and of Youths of the Pellaians and of the Macedonians and of the Hellenic Amphictiony and of the Lakedaimonians and of the Corinthians ... and of all the Hellenic peoples, join your fellow-soldiers and entrust yourselves to me, so that we can move against the barbarians and liberate ourselves from the Persian bondage, for as Greeks we should not be slaves to barbarians. — Alexander The Great
Youths Sayings By Dylan Moran: I don't see teenagers anymore. I see ... I see youths. Slumped S shapes in I don't see teenagers anymore. I see ... I see youths. Slumped S shapes in their hoodies, all huddled round a bin of burning grannies. All texting eachother because they've given up on speech. — Dylan Moran
Youths Sayings By James Michael Pratt: Once in a while, our thoughts drift and fade, back into the recessed hiding places Once in a while, our thoughts drift and fade, back into the recessed hiding places where our memories are stored. At times we recall them- the memories of our loves, our youths, our life experiences. These dreams appear to us, and for seconds, minutes, or hours we are there once again. — James Michael Pratt
Youths Sayings By Colin Spencer: Adult males in modern society who feel fulfilled in giving concern and tuition to boys Adult males in modern society who feel fulfilled in giving concern and tuition to boys and youths are portrayed as being interested only in boys' bodies (though this may be a small part of the attraction) and are spurned and traduced as sexual monsters. I believe we reap the harvest of ours hysterical and homophobia today in juvenile crime, drug use and delinquency. Consider the ethical training which boys and youths gained through shudo in Japan or in the system in Classical Greece, the tuition in manners, customs and humanity, the degree of civilised values imparted to them, the ideas of loyalty, honour and truthfulness; this highly personalised education with love and sensuality at its centre must be far more effective than any other. We in the West are bigoted fools to dismiss it with such horror. — Colin Spencer
Youths Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: By ... [selecting] the youths of genius from among the classes of the poor, we By ... [selecting] the youths of genius from among the classes of the poor, we hope to avail the State of those talents which nature has sown as liberally among the poor as the rich, but which perish without use if not sought for and cultivated. — Thomas Jefferson
Youths Sayings By John Gaddis: Enrollments in American colleges tripled between 1955 and 1970, 250% in the Soviet Union, 400% Enrollments in American colleges tripled between 1955 and 1970, 250% in the Soviet Union, 400% in France, and more than 200% in China by 1965. Gaddis writes, What governments failed to foresee was that more young people, plus, more education, when combined with a stalemated Cold War, could be a prescription for insurrection. Learning does not easily compartmentalize. How do you prepare students to think for purposes approved by the state, or by their parents, without also equipping them to think for themselves? Youths throughout history had often wished question their elders values. Now, with university educations, their elders had handed them the training to do so. The result was discontent with the world as it was. — John Gaddis
Youths Sayings By Bernard Berenson: I never felt that there was anything enviable in youth. I cannot recall that any I never felt that there was anything enviable in youth. I cannot recall that any of us, as youths, admired our condition to excess or had a desire to prolong it. — Bernard Berenson
Youths Sayings By Elena Ferrante: uncultured youths who make random pronouncements on everything uncultured youths who make random pronouncements on everything — Elena Ferrante
Youths Sayings By Benjamin Spock: I was proud of the youths who opposed the war in Vietnam because they were I was proud of the youths who opposed the war in Vietnam because they were my babies. — Benjamin Spock
Youths Sayings By Henry Clausen: The man who joins with youths stays young in heart and mind. In exchange for The man who joins with youths stays young in heart and mind. In exchange for the gift of their vitality and eagerness, the mature of man can give guidance and trust, a sympathetic ear and helping hand. — Henry Clausen
Youths Sayings By Victor Adeagbo: Yet, thousands of africans and young african youths have failed to acknowledge the significant of Yet, thousands of africans and young african youths have failed to acknowledge the significant of what madiba gave them. To me, he be called the pride in black skin and the freedom we are enjoying — Victor Adeagbo
Youths Sayings By Anonymous: S o many promising youths, and never a finished man ! S o many promising youths, and never a finished man ! — Anonymous
Youths Sayings By Chris Brown: The Tote End (a large and foreboding terrace at Eastville) itself was demolished in the The Tote End (a large and foreboding terrace at Eastville) itself was demolished in the nineties. Sadly a monstrous Ikea store now stands in it's place. Where once tribes of youths performed their rites of passage and bodily fluids flowed in the name of love, hate and pride; Justin and Kate bicker over which wood flooring they should choose. It fucking kills me. — Chris Brown