quote by Max De Pree

We need to give each other the space to grow, to be ourselves, to exercise our diversity. We need to give each other space so that we may both give and receive such beautiful things as ideas, openness, dignity, joy, healing, and inclusion.

— Max De Pree

Famous Inclusiveness quotations

When everyone is included, everyone wins.

In diversity there is beauty and there is strength.

Inclusion is not a matter of political correctness. It is the key to growth.

Dependability, integrity, the characteristic of never knowingly doing anything wrong, that you would never cheat anyone, that you would give everybody a fair deal. Character is a sort of an all-inclusive thing. If a man has character, everyone has confidence in him.

We are trying to construct a more inclusive society.

We are going to make a country in which no one is left out.

Difference between diversity and inclusion is being invited to a house and being able to rearrange the furniture.

The best innovation comes from inclusive work environments that foster diverse ideas, nurture people with diverse talent and backgrounds, and create strong relationships with diverse communities.

We are less when we don't include everyone.

By interviewing at least one veteran, you can preserve memories that otherwise might be lost. My uncle was a downed fighter pilot and P.O.W. in World War II, and I am looking forward to recording his story for inclusion in the project.

I think the central mission in Afghanistan right now is to protect the people, certainly, and that would be inclusive of everybody, and that in a, in an insurgency and a counterinsurgency, that's really the center of gravity.

Inclusion and fairness in the workplace .

. . is not simply the right thing to do; it's the smart thing to do.

Diversity, or the state of being different, isn't the same as inclusion.

One is a description of what is, while the other describes a style of interaction essential to effective teams and organizations.

Language is the most massive and inclusive art we know, a mountainous and anonymous work of unconscious generations.

Exclusion is always dangerous. Inclusion is the only safety if we are to have a peaceful world.

The grace of God is dangerous. It's lavish, excessive, outrageous, and scandalous. God's grace is ridiculously inclusive. Apparently God doesn't care who He loves. He is not very careful about the people He calls His friends or the people He calls His church.

We should indeed keep calm in the face of difference, and live our lives in a state of inclusion and wonder at the diversity of humanity.

A narrow vision is divisive, a broad vision expansive. But a divine vision is all-inclusive.

The circle is a reminder that each moment is not just the present, but is inclusive of our gratitude to the past and our responsibility to the future.

A mind that has come to the stillness of wisdom shall know being, shall know what it is to love. Love is neither personal nor impersonal. Love is love, not to be defined or described by the mind as exclusive or inclusive. Love is its own eternity; it is the real, the supreme, the immeasurable.

A Tribe Called Quest music was so inclusive, so conscious, it brought such a community together.

We cannot eradicate violence if we do not build strong, inclusive communities.

Gujarat, with its all inclusive, sustainable and rapid growth, is emerging as a globally preferred place to live in and to do business.

The growing use of biofuel will be an inestimable contribution to the generation of income, social inclusion and reduction of poverty in many poor countries of the world.

It's important to recognize that expanding the circle of opportunity and increasing the democratic potential of our own society, as well as those across the world, is a continuing process of inclusion.

The antidote to feel-good history is not feel-bad history but honest and inclusive history.

There's a power that movies and music has, that can move you and motivate you to look at your neighbor in a slightly more respectful way, and look at cultures in a more inclusive way.

If there is any one message the Bible delivers, it is the message that God loves outcasts and that Jesus was born into the world an outcast to rescue and renew outcasts from religion gone bad. He was born poor and died poor, yet the legacy of love he left us, the legacy of inclusion and acceptance and understanding, will endure forever.

As a society, we've learned that we're all better off when everyone is included in the opportunities of this great nation.

Our premise is that inclusion leads to growth.

So for those who are locked out, they lose development, and those who are in power lose market and growth.

Inclusive, good-quality education is a foundation for dynamic and equitable societies.

Governments can enhance growth by increasing inclusiveness.

A country's most valuable resource is its people. So it is essential to ensure that everyone can live up to their potential, which requires educational opportunities for all.

God's aim in human history is the creation of an inclusive community of loving persons, with himself included as its primary sustainer and most glorious inhabitant.

Provided that societies stay mindful of the challenges that capitalism creates and never forget the paramount importance of inclusion and equal opportunity, we can and should celebrate the miracle of free enterprise-and the billions of souls it has helped free from desperate poverty.

The message I'll share...is that inclusion is extremely important for kids with and without disabilities.