History teaches us that unity is strength, and cautions us to submerge and overcome our differences in the quest for common goals, to strive, with all our combined strength, for the path to true African brotherhood and unity.— Haile Selassie
Colossal Teaching History quotations
No one is going to give you the education you need to overthrow them.
Nobody is going to teach you your true history, teach you your true heroes, if they know that that knowledge will help set you free.
History teaches that grave threats to liberty often come in times of urgency, when constitutional rights seem too extravagant to endure.
We have nothing to fear for the future, except as we shall forget the way the Lord has led us, and His teaching in our past history.
There's a good reason why nobody studies history, it just teaches you too much.
Those who have no record of what their forebears have accomplished lose the inspiration which comes from the teaching of biography and history.
If you expect the present day school system to give history to you, you are dreaming. This, we have to do ourselves. The Chinese didn't go out in the world and beg people to teach Chinese studies or let them teach Chinese studies. The Japanese didn't do that either. People don't beg other people to restore their history; they do it themselves.
History teaches us that men and nations behave wisely once they have exhausted all other alternatives.
When it comes to politics and elections, far too many Christians spend more time appealing to family, history and tradition, culture, racial expediency, and personal preference than they do to what the Bible teaches.
History does not teach fatalism. There are moments when the will of a handful of free men breaks through determinism and opens up new roads.
Government schooling is the most radical adventure in history.
It kills the family by monopolizing the best times of childhood and by teaching disrespect for home and parents.
Unjust social orders do not fall merely by appeals to the consciences of the oppressor, though such appeals may be an important element; history teaches us that they fall because a large enough number of people organize a movement powerful enough to push them down. Rarely do such revolutions emerge in a neat and morally pristine process.
The main thing history can teach us is that human actions have consequences, and that certain choices, once made, cannot be undone.
History balances the frustration of 'how far we have to go' with the satisfaction of 'how far we have come.' It teaches us tolerance for the human shortcomings and imperfections which are not uniquely of our generation, but of all time.
All our experience with history should teach us, when we look back, how badly human wisdom is betrayed when it relies on itself
History is Philosophy teaching by example.
History teaches that war begins when governments believe the price of aggression is cheap.
A woman needs someone she can trust, someone who laughs when she laughs, but who has different ideas so she can learn from and teach to them. She needs someone who will stand up with her and encourage her to be a woman-not just a female. See where you are, admit what you know, and what you need, and search for a sister friend.
You have to dream. We all have to dream. Dreaming is OK. Imagine me teaching from space, all over the world, touching so many peoples lives. Thats a teachers dream! I have a vision of the world as a global village, a world without boundaries. Imagine a history teacher making history!
Historical novels are, without question, the best way of teaching history, for they offer the human stories behind the events and leave the reader with a desire to know more.
The human intellect has not been able to conceive of anything more noble and sublime in the history of the world than the teachings of the Upanishads.
History teaches us that the capacity of things to get worse is limitless.
Roman history suggests that the short, happy life of the American republic may be coming to its end... the US will probably maintain a facade of constitutional government and drift along until financial bankruptcy overtakes it.
History teaches us the mistakes we are going to make.
The main reason for insisting on the universal Flood as a fact of history and as the primary vehicle for geological interpretation is that God's Word plainly teaches it! No geologic difficulties, real or imagined, can be allowed to take precedence over the clear statements and necessary inferences of Scripture.
It is history that teaches us to hope.
As you go down the rabbit hole of reading into our history, you realize that there are so many things that history books didn't teach us about ourselves.
The history of all times, and of today especially, teaches that.
..women will be forgotten if they forget to think about themselves.
This is the lesson that history teaches: repetition.
Reading history while you make history can teach you a lot.
If the history of science teaches us anything, it is that what conquers our ignorance is research, not giving up and attributing our ignorance to the miraculous work of a creator.
From the Soviet gulag to the Nazi concentration camps and the killing fields of Cambodia, history teaches that granting the state legal authority to kill innocent individuals has dreadful consequences.
History is, in its essentials, the science of change.
It knows and it teaches that it is impossible to find two events that are ever exactly alike, because the conditions from which they spring are never identical.
History teaches us these lessons for the interveners: leave your prejudices at home, keep your ambitions low, have enough resources to do the job, do not lose the golden hour, make security your first priority, involve the neighbours.
I couldn’t miss Percy’s fifteenth birthday,” Poseidon said.
“Why, if this were Sparta, Percy would be a man today!” "That’s true,” Paul said. “I used to teach ancient history.” Poseidon’s eyes twinkled. “That’s me. Ancient history.
The Secret Doctrine is the common property of the countless millions of men born under various climates, in times with which History refuses to deal, and to which esoteric teachings assign dates incompatible with the theories of Geology and Anthropology.