Common Related Quotes
It's all nonsense to say that the Fifteenth Century can't possibly speak to the Twentieth, because it is the Fifteenth and not the Twentieth, and because those two Centuries haven't got a Common Denominator. They have. It's Human Nature.
“A common sense alternative is to protect America's national forests from commercial logging by reinvesting the logging subsidies into economically viable programs, ... Rather then spending taxpayer dollars to degrade our national heritage, we should invest in programs for ecological restoration, adequate school funding, alternative fiber research, vocational training, and community economic development.”
“That is actually common. We charge that within the Port of Toronto to other users and it goes to harbor maintenance costs.”
“In America there's a really common thing -- a grieving period where you cry for a little while and then you get back to normal.”
The more recent effort to encourage everyone to pray in common involves so many people.