Quotes of Binding

“ Learning is not compulsory… neither is survival. ”

- W. Edwards Deming

“ This building is like a book. Its architecture is the binding, its text is in the glass and sculpture. ”

- Malcolm Miller

“ I love Brazilians. Brazilians ought to be made compulsory at 15. ”

- Victoria Adams

“ The average European does not seem to feel free until he succeeds in enslaving and oppressing others. ”

- Bernard Berenson

“ Fortunately there have always been men whose larger minds could adapt themselves to the truth instead of narrowing the truth to them. ”

- Thomas Wentworth Higginson

“ Women know The way to rear up children (to be just) They know a simple, merry, tender knack Of tying sashes, fitting baby-shoes And stringing pretty words that make no sense. ”

- Elizabeth Barrett Browning

“ Learning is not compulsory but neither is survival. ”

- W. Edwards Deming

“ It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory. ”

- W. Edwards Deming

“ It is not necessary to hope in order to understand, nor to succeed in order to persevere. ”

- Charles the Bold

“ We are the living links in a life force that moves and plays around and through us, binding the deepest soils with the farthest stars. ”

- Alan Chadwick

“ A Supreme Court decision does not establish a supreme law of the land that is binding on all persons and parts of government, henceforth and forevermore. ”

- Edwin Meese III

“ Time spent in the advertising business seems to create a permanent deformity like the Chinese habit of foot-binding. ”

- Dean Acheson

“ WEAKNESSES, n.pl. Certain primal powers of Tyrant Woman wherewith she holds dominion over the male of her species, binding him to the service of her will and paralyzing his rebellious energies. ”

- Ambrose Bierce

“ Women know the way to rear up children They know a simple, merry, tender knack of tying sashes, fitting baby-shoes, and stringing pretty words that make no sense. And kissing full sense into empty words. ”

- Elizabeth Barrett Browning

“ A lot of artists say they'd be happy in a classless society. But artists are often the first to deceive themselves. Put them in the kind of utopia they sentimentalize, and in no time, they would be binding their feet, lengthening their necks or flattening their heads, just to be different. ”

- Brad Holland
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