This quote tells about how integrity is not easy at times, but it is always the best option in the end. Sometimes in certain situations showing integrity is the most difficult task to do, because by having integrity it may hurt those around even though it was unintended. It is not the fun or easy choice, nor is it easy to do around others when they disagree with the situation.
This quote shows that people can be different then they can be, people can ultimately change for the worst.
The quote teaches a valuable lesson too. The lesson it teaches later in life or sooner is that if you just wait, soon it will later happen, you must be patient and later something unremarkable and so valuable you would do outstanding, and once you do that it will or should remain a memory or it should.
In some situations, the person you are judging could have had the same advantage as you had. A great example can be seen from where my dad works. When at work, my dad has to deal with this constantly. He could have been trained the exact same with someone else in his class, and yet they still do not know what to do. This shows how it may be okay to judge someone for their actions because they should be able to know what do for a situation at work. This quote is also not thought too much about in everyday life. For example, at school you can hear people say negative things towards other people. You can hear this by walking down the hall or even hear it from your friends. Most people are guilty of talking negative towards someone.
2) I really think this saying is inspirational. It reminds me to slow down even with my thoughts. Consider them very carefully before I say them. It also reminds me to not simply repeat what I hear. Saying it over and over can make things much easier to believe. I do not want to let who I am be influenced by something I heard and never took the time to find out if it was true.
2. The main idea of this quote is that not everything inherently given to you is meant to be acted upon. For example, say a woman has been cheated on by her previous boyfriend. From then on, she is skeptical, and has trust issues with future lovers; Those of which cause her to believe that it’s okay to have all of their social media passwords, and forbid them from being friends with other girls. Sure, she has the right to do so; She has been hurt. But on the other side of the spectrum, her future boyfriends didn’t do anything to deserve that. This quote still proves useful today, because it helps readers see another perspective than theirs, and question their moral standpoint.
This quote goes both ways for me. I view it in the eyes of one who follows through harsh and vile actions to be accepted, and I see it by those on the other side of the street who conform with the vile actions places against them. Off the bat, I see how you are somehow forced to do certain things in order for the likeness of others. I've fallen into that mindset and actions where I would join into a conversation with those so Called “mean girls” in school and speak hurtful things about others In order for they would take a liking to me. But then, especially now have been forced to conform and believe that I have a place in this world of low standards. That I know my place and should not move from it in order to keep peace and not cause any
This quote is asking what someone thinks it means. This means many things. From other perspectives, many believe this quote full on because many people have had many relationships with different people. Some of those people have passed and when they think of that of course they become sad that they had passed but everyone has taught me something. My grandfather taught me how to make people laugh and how to always find the greatness in every situation you face in life. He also taught me how to play Pac-Man when I was three. My grandma taught me how to be tough. She was 4’ 10” and she was a champ. She taught me how to defend myself and that everyone is equal no matter what, so others might believe that this quote is very
This quote mentions how we should be nice to older people, same age and lower age without underestimating others even though they have other religion, poor and rich. It means that we have to treat everyone same without discriminating or only doing well to one people.
I recently discovered a special quote and the meaning and the words immediately stuck to me. Many people, especially teenagers who are lost in society, often change themselves so that they could be accepted into a particular group. In today’s world, judging another person is a common action that many do every day whether they are proud of it or not. Due to this, many young teenagers often try to change who they are in order to be welcomed. According to Bernard M. Baruch, “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind.” Over the years, I’ve realized people who take one quick look at you and make an assumption does not matter. People who matter, however, don’t care who you are or
“A lie repeated often enough, eventually gains acceptance”-Josef Goebbels. What does this quote mean to you? Well, I think this quote means that things that are m`ade up and not the truth can become socially accepted so people think this is the truth. Growing up my mom taught me and my brother to never make up rumors because rumors can eventually become the “truth” although it is not really truthful people start to think it is.
“…before I can live with other folks I’ve got to live with myself. The one thing that doesn’t abide by majority rule is a person’s conscience.”- Harper Lee. This quote means that you have to like yourself before you can expect someone else to like you. You have standards set for yourself and others.
A lot of people have no idea what this quote really means, and likely, they are the fools. A person only by the username rosends, on English Language & Usage, explains this quote using another wise quote.
What I understood form this says it's that, we should be as humble as possible so that all good things will come to us, and if we are not, the thing will not be happening. There are many phrases that I can relate with the surroundings. Moreover, this book really taught me more and has made me understand better about ourselves.