Abiding Related Quotes



It is unclear how disarming law-abiding citizens would better protect them from the dangers and threats posed by those who would flout the law. It is at just such times that the constitutional right to self-defense is most precious and must be protected from government overreach.

Rick Scott


}

The Italians are not passionate: passion has deep reserves. They are easily moved, and often affectionate, but they rarely have any abiding passion of any sort.

D. H. Lawrence


}

They see that who they are is the silence in which sound is happening, the spaciousness in which movement occurs. This kind of recognition, whether fleeting or abiding, is called an awakening.

Arjuna Ardagh


}

I think that there is just a deep and abiding sexism that's part of your life from the moment that you're conscious as a female.

Liz W. Garcia


}

Faith is the capacity of the soul to perceive the abiding, the invisible in the visible.

Leo Baeck


}

One who is by nature daring and is suffering from poverty will not long be law-abiding. Indeed, any men, save those that are truly good, if their sufferings are very great, will be likely to rebel.

Confucius


}

Italians tend to be less rigidly moral and law-abiding than do Anglo-Saxons. They also have a profound suspicion of the state and most of its agencies.

Donna Leon


}

I have acquired a deep and abiding respect for all those engaged in the difficult business of commerce.

Kenneth Clarke


}

She surrounded herself with books at work and at home. Her living space was a testament to her first and abiding love with shelves jammed with books tables crowded with them. She saw them not only as knowledge entertainment comfort even sanity but as a kind of artful decoration.

Nora Roberts


}

“For law-abiding petitioners from outside Beijing with justified reasons, the public security departments will neither impose any restrictions nor persuade them to go back to their hometown.”

Xu Hu


}