Deprived Related Quotes
By the Revolution the Germans have made themselves pariahs among the nations, incapable of winning allies, helots in the service of foreigners and foreign capital, and deprived of all self-respect. In twenty years' time, the German people will curse the parties who now boast of having made the Revolution.
Each summer, for example, nitrogen and phosphate washing from farmlands in the Mississippi Valley enter the Gulf of Mexico, creating a massive algal bloom covering some 16,000 square kilometers. As the blooms die off, this area-roughly the size of New Jersey-is so deprived of oxygen that no fish survive.
Money is coined liberty, and so it is ten times dearer to a man who is deprived of freedom. If money is jingling in his pocket, he is half consoled, even though he cannot spend it.
“So long as the great majority of men are not deprived of either property or honor, they are satisfied”
The essence of a class system is not that the privileged are conscious of their privileges, but that the deprived are conscious of their deprivations.
Fear nothing but what thy industry may prevent; be confident of nothing but what fortune cannot defeat; it is no less folly to fear what is impossible to be avoided than to be secure when there is a possibility to be deprived.
It really was hand-to-mouth and you can say, 'Poor little me, how dreadful, what a deprived childhood', but I didn't feel that way at all. It's all about the attitude at home.
I know of two tragic histories in the world - that of Ireland, and that of Macedonia. Both of them have been deprived and tormented
A theater is being given over to market forces, which means that a whole generation that should be able to do theater as well as see it is being completely deprived.
I hope I shall never see the day when the Force of Right is deprived of the Right of Force.