Restricted Related Quotes

It is often better to be restricted to necessity than unconfined in the measure of our desires: prosperity destroys more individuals than adversity ruins.

Norm Macdonald

sooner or later, if the activity of the mind is restricted anywhere it will cease to function even where it is allowed to be free.

Edith Hamilton

Human relationships are patterned and cross-patterned and restricted and limited and delimited and caged and freed again by the elaborate conventions, rules and games which we call civilisation. They're often absurd and farcical, and sometimes they're tragic, yet we acknowledge that they are necessary.

Peter Greenaway

“I don't want to see agricultural pursuits unfairly restricted because of conflicts with residents who choose to live in rural areas. This has to be balanced with the fact that Americans pride themselves on our liberty, freedom and respect for others and property rights of others. Government and taxpayers have the right to expect that those profiting from development must also pay for the infrastructure expenses arising from such development.”

Roger Henderson

“But that was the most restricted launch supply of any major console platform.”

Anita Frazier

People who were not active in the intellectual life of the country could go on without feeling restricted, except they could not go where they wanted. They could not cross the border to the West whenever they liked.

Stefan Heym

Forcing yourself to use restricted means is the sort of restraint that liberates invention. It obliges you to make a kind of progress that you can't even imagine in advance.

Pablo Picasso

New frameworks are like climbing a mountain - the larger view encompasses rather than rejects the more restricted view.

Albert Einstein

“I know all the arguments about road cycling versus track cycling, which is restricted to fewer nations,”

Craig Reedie

I paid every effort to seek deregulation throughout FEDEX's start-up and expansion periods, because the biggest impediment to our growth was the government regulations that restricted new entry into the air cargo market.

Frederick W. Smith