Job quotations

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◆ I tell my students, 'When you get these jobs that you have been so brilliantly trained for, just remember that your real job is that if you are free, you need to free somebody else. If you have some power, then your job is to empower somebody else. This is not just a grab-bag candy game.
- Toni Morrison99
◆ A brick could help me hold down a job. Hey, in an economy as bad as this, every little bit helps. ?
- Jarod Kintz98
◆ My pet-sitting day ends around sunset, and it's very satisfying to know that I've made several living beings happy that day. That I left their food bowls sparkling clean and fresh water in their water bowls. That I brushed them so their coats shined, and played with them until all our hearts were beating faster. That I kissed them goodbye and left them with their tails wagging or flipping or at least raised in a happy kind of way. That's a heck of a lot more than any president, pope, prime minister, or potentate can say, and I wouldn't switch places with any of them.
- Blaize Clement98
◆ The crowning fortune of a man is to be born to some pursuit which finds him employment and happiness, whether it be to make baskets, or broadswords, or canals, or statues, or songs.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson98
◆ The chains that keep you bound to the past are not the actions of another person. They are your own anger, stubbornness, lack of compassion, jealousy and blaming others for your choices. It is not other people that keep you trapped; it is the entitled role of victim that you enjoy wearing. There is a familiarness to pain that you enjoy because you get a payoff from it. When you figure out what that payoff is then you will finally be on the road to freedom.
- Shannon L. Alder98
◆ The sympathy which is reverent with what it cannot understand is worth its weight in gold. 69 L
- Oswald Chambers98
◆ I had a dream about you. You made phone books for a living, and I filled up your pages by impregnating as many women as possible. You said I was a living saint, and I said I couldn't argue with you there. It's too bad I can't get a tax write-off for providing such a necessary service to society. I'll bet Japan, with the average-aged citizen over 40, would give me tax exempt status to come over and repopulate the island.?
- Jarod Kintz98
◆ Os livros s?o escritos devido a anos virados do avesso por ideias que n?o nos libertam até serem escritas e, até mesmo ent?o, a escrita é o último recurso, um resgate desesperado que pagamos para que a vida nos seja devolvida.
- Richard Bach98
◆ Getting too interested in the English way of life won't help you land a permanent job.
- Mary Ellis98
◆ Happiness does not come from a job. It comes from knowing what you truly value, and behaving in a way that's consistent with those beliefs.
- Mike Rowe98
◆ Being by his faith replaced afresh in paradise and created anew, he (the believer)does not need works for his justification, but that he may not be idle, but that he may exercise his own body and preserve it. His works are to be done freely, with the sole object of pleasing God.
- Martin Luther98
◆ Abba, you may not like it, but what I'm doing is important. If you don't agree, then I'm sorry. I can't do anything about it.
- Farahad Zama98
◆ Tko npr. formulira govor o Bogu Abrahamovu, Izakovu i Jakovljevu tako da se u njemu vi?e ne ?uje Jobov uzdisaj i tu?aljka 'Ta dokle jo??', taj se ne bavi teologijom nego mitologijom.
- Johann Baptist Metz98
◆ Let the dogs bark, the wolves howl, the lightnings flash and the crows caw, you continue doing your job!
- Mehmet Murat ildan98
◆ Talent without money, coach, vision and mission is a piteous adventure.
- Michael Bassey Johnson98

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