Occupations Related Quotes



No part of the world can be truly understood without a knowledge of its garment of vegetation, for this determines not only the nature of the animal inhabitants but also the occupations of the majority of human beings.

Ellsworth Huntington


Between the dark and the daylight, When the night is beginning to lower, Comes a pause in the day's occupations, That is known as the Children's Hour.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


Drying a widow's tears is one of the most dangerous occupations known to man.

Dorothy Dix


“The Labor Department increased the fines in this case because Target had previously violated the child labor hazardous occupations order at other store locations.”

Corlis Sellers


Research and writing are lonely occupations. It is easy to become discouraged in solitary confinement.

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.


Wishing for the impossible in the future is a good exercise, I think, especially for children; wishing for it in the past is surely the emptiest and saddest of occupations.

Edgar Pangborn


Colonialism is known in its primitive form, that is to say, by the permanent settling of repressive foreign powers, with an army, services, policies. This phase has known cruel colonial occupations which have lasted 300 years in Indonesia.

Ahmed Ben Bella


I think people of all occupations, whether it's the camera - puller or the man who's doing the catering, they can identify with Rambo's frustrations, with the veteran's frustrations.

Sylvester Stallone


This is the true liberty of Christ, when a free man binds himself in love to duty. Not in shrinking from our distasteful occupations, but in fulfilling them, do we realize our high origin.

Frederick William Robertson


I like photography and writing and travel, so I have a lot of cerebral occupations. I am going to become a sailor and do a world tour on my yacht if I don't get any more work.

Audrey Tautou