I sought my soul, but my soul I could not see, I sought my god, but my god eluded me; And then I sought my sisters and my brothers, and in them I found all three.— Baba Amte
Captivate Inspirational Brother And Sister quotations
A Brother may not be a Friend, but a Friend will always be a Brother.
Just remember, some come, some go. The ones that stay with you through everything - they're your true best friends. Don't let go of them.
A sister can be seen as someone who is both ourselves and very much not ourselves - a special kind of double.
My sister taught me everything I really need to know, and she was only in sixth grade at the time.
There is a little boy inside the man who is my brother.
.. Oh, how I hated that little boy. And how I love him too.
Your True Nature Is Love. There's Nothing You Can Do About It.
We are called to reach out to those who find themselves in the existential peripheries of our societies and to show particular solidarity with the most vulnerable of our brothers and sisters: the poor, the disabled, the unborn and the sick, migrants and refugees, the elderly and the young who lack employment.
All Americans must recognize that the face of terror is not the true faith - face of Islam. Islam is a faith that brings comfort to a billion people around the world. It's a faith that has made brothers and sisters of every race. It's a faith based upon love, not hate.
It is in struggle and service with our brothers and sisters, individually and collectively, that we find the meaning of life.
We came into the world like brother and brother, And now let's go hand in hand, not one before another.
There is no time like the old time, when you and I were young!
When sisters stand shoulder to shoulder, who stands a chance against us?
Lord Help the Mister that comes between Me and My Sister.
Not everyone is your brother or sister in the faith, but everyone is your neighbor, and you must love your neighbor.
A good motivation is what is needed: compassion without dogmatism, without complicated philosophy; just understanding that others are human brothers and sisters and respecting their human rights and dignities. That we humans can help each other is one of our unique human capacities.
Growing up, I had a very normal relationship with my brother and sister.
But, over time, they became my best friends, and now I hang out with them all the time. I'm very close with them.
The more ardent the love for the Eucharist in the hearts of the Christian people, the more clearly will they recognize the goal of all mission: to bring Christ to others. Not just a theory or a way of life inspired by Christ, but the gift of his very person. Anyone who has not shared the truth of love with his brothers and sisters has not yet given enough.
Not a lot of contemporary fiction is written about brothers and sisters.
Salinger's Franny and Zooey was an inspiration for me. In Franny and Zooey, the sister gets in trouble and the brother comes to help her out. But I wanted to make sure that in my novel the sister had more to do than lie around on a sofa muttering, which is what Franny does for two-thirds of Salinger's novel.
I've learned to rely on the strength I inherited from all those who came before me-the grandmothers, sisters, aunts, and brothers who were tested with unimaginable hardships and still survived. 'I go forth alone, and stand as ten thousand,' Maya Angelou proclaimed in her poem 'Our Grandmothers.' When I move through the world, I bring all my history with me-all the people who paved the way for me are part of who I am.
Black men and women who refuse to live under oppression are dangerous to white society because they become symbols of hope to their brothers and sisters, inspiring them to follow their example.
He who walking on the sea could calm the bitter waves, who gives life to the dying seeds of the earth; he who was able to loose the mortal chains of death, and after three days darkness could bring again to the upper world the brother for his sister Martha: he, I believe, will make Damasus rise again from the dust.
I was so inspired by Dr. King that in 1956 with my brothers and sisters and first cousins, I was only 16 years old, we went down to the public library trying to check out some books and we were told by the librarian that the library was for whites only and not for colors! It was a public library! I never went back to that public library until July 5th, 1998, by this time I'm in the Congress, for a book signing of my book "Walking with the Wind"
Because we all share an identical need for love, it is possible to feel that anybody we meet, in whatever circumstances, is a brother or sister. No matter how new the face or how different the dress and behavior, there is no significant division between us and other people. It is foolish to dwell on external differences, because our basic natures are the same.