Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.
anywhere I see suffering, that is where I want to be, doing what I can.Princess of Wales Diana
There is no right to strike against the public safety by anybody, anywhere, at any time.
I'm brash and abrasive but that's because I've noticed when people are nice and polite they never get anywhere.Mohamad Mahathir
I know that if I'd had to go and take an exam for acting, I wouldn't have got anywhere. You don't take exams for acting, you take your courage.edith evans
The kiss of the sun for pardon,The song of the birds for mirth,One is nearer God's Heart in a gardenThan anywhere else on Earth.Dorothy Frances Gurney
It couldn't have happened anywhere but in little old New York.o. henry
It seems to be a law of American life that whatever enriches us anywhere except in the wallet inevitably becomes uneconomic.russell baker
I view the major features of my own odyssey as a set of mostly fortunate contingencies. I was not destined by inherited mentality or family tradition to become a paleontologist. I can locate no tradition for scientific or intellectual careers anywhere on either side of my eastern European Jewish background. […] I view my serious and lifelong commitment to baseball in entirely the same manner: purely as a contingent circumstance of numerous, albeit not entirely capricious, accidents.stephen jay gould
Good walkers can go anywhere in these hospitable mountains without artificial ways.john muir
It was impossible to get a decent meal, or even snack, anywhere, burned flapjacks and vulcanized steaks being as appetizing as things got. It also quickly became evident horribly evident that no one in the city knew how to make coffee, as if there were some sort of stultified consensus, or even city ordinance, about never waking up.thomas pynchon
In America a woman loses her independence for ever in the bonds of matrimony. While there is less constraint on girls there than anywhere else, a wife submits to stricter obligations. For the former, her father's house is a home of freedom and pleasure; for the latter, her husband's is almost a cloister.alexis de tocqueville
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.Martin Luther King Jr.
America cannot be the world's policeman. But we must reject the new isolationism that says: don't help anywhere, because we can not help everywhere.
One is nearer God's heart in a garden Than anywhere else on earth.Dorothy Frances Gurney
We welcome all enquiries about the UK climateafter all, we have more weather available in this country than anywhere else.Sir Sydney Samuelson
I can't screw up Alabama... We are number 48 in everything and Arkansas and Mississippi aren't going anywhere.charles barkley
I'll preach anywhere. If it's a round trip ticket to preach in hell, I'll take it—as long as it's round trip.mark driscoll
Devin Hester is a weapon, he is a nuclear weapon. So you are never quite comfortable when your enemy has a nuclear weapon... He can score from anywhere on the field at any time, and that is not a good feeling.devin hester
Roaming the world as a foreign correspondent for more than a decade, I was able to observe how a variety of vastly different nations organized themselves economically. The inescapable conclusion was that no politician anywhere on the planet has ever actually created a rupee's worth of prosperity.louis rukeyser
I don't believe in anti-anything. A man has to have a program; you have to be for something, otherwise you will never get anywhere.harry s. truman
It is no longer a question anywhere of inventing interconnections from out of our brains, but of discovering them in the facts.Friedrich Engels
To get anywhere, one must choose one’s mistakes, I chose experimental acts. (1963)asger jorn
The truth is that the State is a conspiracy designed not only to exploit, but above all to corrupt its citizens ... Henceforth, I shall never serve any government anywhere.leo tolstoy
Go into the length and breadth of the world, ransack the literature of all countries, find, if you can, a single voice, a single book find, I would almost say, as much as a single newspaper article, unless the product of the day, in which the conduct of England towards Ireland is anywhere treated except with profound and bitter condemnation.
God grant, that not only the Love of Liberty, but a thorough Knowledge of the Rights of Man, may pervade all the Nations of the Earth, so that a Philosopher may set his Foot anywhere on its Surface, and say, “This is my Country.”