Providence Protects Children And Idiots. I Know Because I Have Tested It.
~ Mark Twain
A Second Wife Is Hateful To The Children Of The First; A Viper Is Not More Hateful.
~ Euripides, Alcestis, 438 B. C
He Lives Not Long Who Battles With The Immortals, Nor Do His Children Prattle About His Knees When He Has Come Back From Battle And The Dread Fray.
~ Homer, The Iliad
Living Up To Basic Ethical Standards In The Classroom-discipline, Tolerance, Honesty-is One Of The Most Important Ways Children Learn How To Function In Society At Large.
~ Eloise Salholz
Science Can Be Introduced To Children Well Or Poorly. If Poorly, Children Can Be Turned Away From Science; They Can Develop A Lifelong Antipathy; They Will Be In A Far Worse Condition Than If They Had Never Been Introduced To Science At All.
~ Isaac Asimov
The Best Way To Keep Children Home Is To Make The Home Atmosphere Pleasant--and Let The Air Out Of The Tires.
~ Dorothy Parke
I Married The First Man I Ever Kissed. When I Tell My Children That They Just About Throw Up.
~ Barbara Bush
If The Children Already Born Each Have Only Two Children Themselves... In Twenty-seven To Thirty-five Years The Population Of The World Will Double.
~ Robert H Bork
All Children Are Essentially Criminal.
~ Denis Diderot
Adults Are Just Obsolete Children And The Hell With Them.
~ Dr. Seuss a. k. a. Theodore Giesel
Our Nation Was Born In Genocide When It Embraced The Doctrine That The Original American, The Indian, Was An Inferior Race. Even Before There Were Large Numbers Of Negroes On Our Shore, The Scar Of Our Racial Hatred Had Already Disfigured Colonial Society. From The Sixteenth Century Forward, Blood Flowed In Battles Over Racial Supremacy. We Are Perhaps The Only Nation Which Tried As A Matter Of National Policy To Wipe Out Its Indigenous Population. Moreover, We Elevated That Tragic Experience Into A Noble Crusade. Indeed, Even Today We Have Not Permitted Ourselves To Reject Or Feel Remorse For This Shameful Episode. Our Literature, Our Films, Our Drama, Our Folklore All Exalt It. Our Children Are Still Taught To Respect The Violence Which Reduced A Red-skinned People Of An Earlier Culture Into A Few Fragmented Groups Herded Into Impoverished Reservations.
~ John Kennedy, Autobiography of malcolm x
In The Little World In Which Children Have Their Existence, Whosoever Brings Them Up, There Is Nothing So Finely Perceived And So Finely Felt, As Injustice.
~ Charles Dickens