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Did You Know That Every Two Hours The Nations Of This World Spend As Much On Armaments As They Spend On The Children Of This World Every Year?
~ Peter Ustinov
The More People Have Studied Different Methods Of Bringing Up Children The More They Have Come To The Conclusion That What Good Mother And Fathers Instinctively Feel Like Doing For Their Babies Is The Best After All.
~ Benjamin Spock
You Must Write For Children In The Same Way As You Do For Adults, Only Better.
~ Maxim Gorky
I Have A Dream, That My Four Little Children Will One Day Live In A Nation Where They Will Not Be Judged By The Color Of Their Skin But By The Content Of Their Character. I Have A Dream Today.
~ Martin Luther King, Jr
There Was A Time When We Expected Nothing Of Our Children But Obedience, As Opposed To The Present, When We Expect Everything Of Them But Obedience.
~ Anatole Broyard
My Music Is Best Understood By Children And Animals.
~ Igor Stravinsky, In Observer 8 Oct. 1961
A Little Boy Came Home And Told His Mother He Had Gotten First Prize In An Examination. The Question Had Been How Many Legs Does A Horse Have He Had Answered, Three. When His Mother Asked How He Had Gotten The First Prize, He Replied That All The Other Children Had Said, Two.
~ Richard Kehl
My Mother Loved Children - She Would Have Given Anything If I Had Been One.
~ Groucho Marx
In Peace, Children Inter Their Parents; War Violates The Order Of Nature And Causes Parents To Inter Their Children.
~ Herodotus, The Histories of Herodotus
Learning To Dislike Children At An Early Age Saves A Lot Of Expense And Aggravation Later In Life.
~ Robert Byrne
Grown Men Can Learn From Very Little Children For The Hearts Of Little Children Are Pure. Therefore, The Great Spirit May Show To Them Many Things Which Older People Miss.
~ Black Elk
Curiosity In Children, Is But An Appetite For Knowledge. One Great Reason Why Children Abandon Themselves Wholly To Silly Pursuits And Trifle Away Their Time Insipidly Is, Because They Find Their Curiosity Balked, And Their Inquiries Neglected.
~ John Locke
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