Quotes of Constrained

“ Faith must be enforced by reason. When faith becomes blind it dies. ”

- Mahatma Gandhi

“ The mice which helplessly find themselves between the cats teeth acquire no merit from their enforced sacrifice. ”

- Mahatma Gandhi

“ Suppressed grief suffocates, it rages within the breast, and is forced to multiply its strength. ”

- Ovid

“ Kings make men as they do pieces of money; they put what value they please on them, and we are compelled to receive them according to the value put on them, and not according to their true worth. ”

- La Rochefoucauld

“ During one of my treks through Afghanistan, we lost our corkscrew. We were compelled to live on food and water for several days. ”

- W. C. Fields

“ A fashion is merely a form of ugliness so unbearable that we are compelled to alter it every six months. ”

- Oscar Wilde

“ When a fantasy turns you on, you're obligated to God and nature to start doing it - right away. ”

- Stewart Brand

“ When love begins to sicken and decay it uses an enforced ceremony. ”

- William Shakespeare

“ Vanity is often so excessive, that those who are compelled to walk on crutches would fain make us believe they are raised on stilts. ”

- Eliza Cook

“ I have always been pushed by the negative. The apparent failure of a play sends me back to my typewriter that very night, before the reviews are out. I am more compelled to get back to work than if I had a success. ”

- Tennessee Williams

“ We are all compelled to do a great deal of hard marching, but the victorious soldier has an easier time of it than the soldier smarting from defeat. ”

- Edgar Watson Howe

“ What would a man do, if he were compelled to live always in the sultry heat of society, and could never bathe himself in cool solitude? ”

- Nathaniel Hawthorne

“ Like the builders of the second Jerusalem temple, we were compelled to build with one hand and to bear the sword, as it were, in the other. ”

- Felix Adler

“ That they may have a little peace, even the best dogs are compelled to snarl occasionally. ”

- William Feather

“ Man alone suffers so excruciatingly in the world that he was compelled to invent laughter. ”

- Friedrich Nietzsche

“ The led must not be compelled, they must be able to choose their own leader. ”

- Albert Einstein

“ This president failed so miserably in diplomacy that we are now forced to war. ”

- Tom Daschle

“ Moreover he made high places in the mountains of Judah and caused the inhabitants of Jerusalem to commit fornication, and compelled Judah thereto. ”

- Bible

“ No one is more enslaved than a slave who doesn't think they're enslaved. ”

- Kate Beckinsale

“ A man's mind will very gradually refuse to make itself up until it is driven and compelled by emergency. ”

- Anthony Trollope

“ Take care to get what you like or you will be forced to like what you get. ”

- George Bernard Shaw

“ I am become a fool in glorying; ye have compelled me: for I ought to have been commended of you: for in nothing am I behind the very chiefest apostles, though I be nothing. ”

- Bible

“ It would be curious to discover who it is to whom one writes in a diary. Possibly to some mysterious personification of one's own identity. ”

- Beatrice Potter Webb

“ It would be curious to know what leads a man to become a stationer rather than a baker, when he is no longer compelled, as among the Egyptians, to succeed to his father's craft. ”

- Honore de Balzac

“ Success can't be forced. ”

- Loretta Young

“ At first I wasn't sure that I had the talent, but I did know I had a fear of failure, and that fear compelled me to fight off anything that might abet it. ”

- Gordon Parks

“ Everyone ought to worship God according to his own inclinations, and not to be constrained by force. ”

- Flavius Josephus

“ It is always the same: once you are liberated, you are forced to ask who you are. ”

- Jean Baudrillard

“ In a society where the rights and potential of women are constrained, no man can be truly free. He may have power, but he will not have freedom. ”

- Mary Robinson

“ Common sense is compelled to make its way without the enthusiasm of anyone. ”

- Edgar Watson Howe
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