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If love does not know how to give and take without restrictions, it is not love, but a transaction that never fails to lay stress on a plus and a minus. — Emma Goldman

The most cogent reason for restricting the interference of government is the great evil of adding unnecessarily to its power. — John Stuart Mill

I think ethnic and regional labels are insulting to writers and really put restrictions on them. People don't think your work is quite as universal. — James Welch

If one yearns to see the face of the Divine, one must break out of the aquarium, escape the fish farm, to go swim up wild cataracts, dive in deep fjords. One must explore the labyrinth of the reef, the shadows of the lily pads. How limiting, how insulting to think of God as a benevolent warden, an absentee hatchery manager who imprisons us in the 'comfort' of artificial pools, where intermediaries sprinkle our restrictive waters with sanitized flakes of processed nutriment. — Tom Robbins

No references to the need to fight terror can be an argument for restricting human rights. — Vladimir Putin

The restriction of studies of human intellect and character to studies of conscious states was not without influence on a scientific studies of animal psychology. — Edward Thorndike

You are an amorphous being and can change your views, opinions, ideas, and beliefs at will and as frequently as you desire. You are allowed to be inconsistent, contradictory and bound by no restrictions or conventions such as sanity, intelligence or making sense. — Bryant H. McGill

Time begins the healing process of wounds cut deeply by oppression. We soothe ourselves with the salve of attempted indifference, accepting the false pattern set up by the horrible restriction of Jim Crow laws. — Rosa Parks