As custodians of the planet it is our responsibility to deal with all species with kindness, love, and compassion. That these animals suffer through human cruelty is beyond understanding. Please help to stop this madness.— Richard Gere
Most Powerful Custodians quotations
We are only the temporary custodians of the particles which we are made of.
They will go on to lead a future existence in the enormous universe that made them
The constitution is the ultimate custodian of social will and its making should be accorded all due diligence.
Our ideals, laws and customs should be based on the proposition that each generation in turn becomes the custodian rather than the absolute owner of our resources - and each generation has the obligation to pass this inheritance on in the future.
America must remain, at any cost, the custodian of freedom, human dignity and economic security. The United States must be strong, so that no nation may dare attack.
Blacks have traditionally had to operate in a situation where whites have set themselves up as the custodians of the black experience.
A garden was one of the few thing in prison that one could control.
To plant a seed, watch it grow, to tend it then harvest it, offered a simple but enduring satisfaction. The sense of being the custodian of this small patch of earth offered a taste of freedom.
I'm fully aware that I am a lucky, lucky man.
This Oscar belongs to all of those people around the world battling ALS. It belongs to one exceptional family, and I will be it's custodian and I promise you that I will polish him, and wait on him hand and foot.
The school system, custodian of print culture, has no place for the rugged individual. It is, indeed, the homogenizing hopper into which we toss our integral tots for processing.
People are the custodians of the world's wealth;
if you want them to hand some over to you, you have to be nice to people!
It would be foolish to suggest that government is a good custodian of aesthetic goals. But, there is no alternative to the state.
Like an ethereal presence You hang out everywhere.
Not a naughty or scary goblin, Rather, an inquisitive observer, A concerned, caring custodian, Visiting every niche and closet Where we stuff the undesired Of our messy, blemished lives, You haunt territories we ignore, Hoping we will find you there.
The surplus wealth we have gained to some extent at least belongs to our fellow beings; we are only the temporary custodians of our fortunes, and let us be careful that no just complaint can be made against our stewardship.
The vitality of thought is in adventure.
Ideas won't keep. Something must be done about them. When the idea is new, its custodians have fervor, live for it, and if need be, die for it.
We talk about theatre museums filled with old costumes and things.
What we also need is a theatre museum of the old routines on videotape. We are only the custodians of those techniques, and they should be preserved.
The reality is that no group of countries has any grounds for complacency about its own human rights performance and no group of countries does itself justice by automatically slipping into the "victim" mode . . . .
The party of God and the party of Literature have more in common than either will admit; their texts may conflict, but their bigotries coincide. Both insist on being the sole custodians of the true word and its only interpreters.
Universities are the custodians not only of the many cultures of man, but of the rational process itself.
Prisoner of War guard companies, or an equivalent organization, should be as far forward as possible in action to take over prisoners of war, because troops heated with battle are not safe custodians. Any attempt to rob or loot prisoners of war by escorts must be dealt strictly with.
Women are special custodians of all that is pure and religious in life.
Members of the Congress, the Constitution makes us not rivals for power but partners for progress. We are all trustees for the American people, custodians of the American heritage. It is my task to report the State of the Union--to improve it is the task of us all.
Better by far to embrace the hard truth than a reassuring fable.
If we crave some cosmic purpose, then let us find ourselves a worthy goal.
The media is supposed to be custodians of the facts and watchdogs of government.
They have, for the most part, neglected to be either of those things.
God has given a new revelation of himself in modern times and we are the custodians of the message.
I've never thought of my jewelry as trophies.
I'm here to take care of it and to love it, for we are only temporary custodians of beauty.
About two million years ago, man appeared.
He has become the dominant species on the earth. All other living things, animal and plant, live by his sufferance. He is the custodian of life on earth, and in the solar system. It's a big responsibility.
Museums are custodians of epiphanies, and these epiphanies enter the central nervous system and deep recesses of the mind.
The women of the Green Belt Movement have learned about the causes and the symptoms of environmental degradation. They have begun to appreciate that they, rather than their government, ought to be the custodians of the environment.
Al forms of consensus about great books and perennial problems, once stabilized, tend to deteriorate eventually into something philistine. The real life of the mind is always at the frontiers of what is already known. Those great books don't only need custodians and transmitters. To stay alive, they also need adversaries. The most interesting ideas are heresies.
Not only the Archivist alone but all who work for NARA are designated custodians of America's national memory.
Be as polite to the custodian as you are to the chairman of the board.
Woman was always the custodian of human sentiment, morality and honour, and in these respects, man always has yielded woman the palm.
I hope ["reanimated the papacy"] means that the new interest in the pope evokes a new interest in the Church's teaching, of which the pope is the custodian.
If the authors and custodians of history turn out to have an attractive image, it is only reasonable to look beyond and ask whether the image they construct is accurate.
When I discovered that I had been made custodian of this gift, in my earliest childhood, I pledged myself to God to be worthy of it, but I have received uncovenanted mercies all my life. The custodian has too often kept faith on his all-too-worldly terms.