quote by Rabia Basri

Since no one really knows anything about God, those who think they do are just troublemakers.

— Rabia Basri

Cheerful Troublemaker quotations

We need, in every community, a group of angelic troublemakers.

Brunettes are troublemakers. They're worse than the Jews.

From a certain point of view our real enemy, the true troublemaker, is inside.

Best 50 Troublemaker Quotes

We entrepreneurs are loners, vagabonds, troublemakers.

Success is simply a matter of finding and surrounding ourselves with those open-minded and clever souls who can take our insanity and put it to good use.

A society that gets rid of all its troublemakers goes downhill.

I was just a goofy little funny kid, who was always getting sent to the principal. It wasn't serious because I was smart. I wasn't like a true troublemaker, just rambunctious - like, talkative and trying to be funny. That was me in middle-school.

Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently.

I don't do anything in order to cause trouble.

It just so happens that what I do naturally causes trouble. I'm proud to be a troublemaker.

Christians should be troublemakers, creators of uncertainty, agents of a dimension incompatible with society.

I was a little troublemaker. Always trying to get in trouble, always mischief, like throwing rocks at cars when I was younger, all that kind of stuff.

Out of 6 billion humans, the troublemakers are just a handful.

If there had been no troublemakers, no Dissenters, we should still be living in caves.

Hard times build determination and inner strength.

Through them we can also come to appreciate the uselessness of anger. Instead of getting angry nurture a deep caring and respect for troublemakers because by creating such trying circumstances they provide us with invaluable opportunities to practice tolerance and patience.

We all have private ails. The troublemakers are they who need public cures for their private ails.

When I was in high school, I wasn't a troublemaker.

I didn't get in fights. I was a good student and I had a lot of friends.

Society honors its living conformists and its dead troublemakers.

Throughout history, people with new ideas—who think differently and try to change things—have always been called troublemakers.

Brian was the oldest, I was in the middle and Carl was the baby.

I was the troublemaker. Brian got great grades and Carl got the kind of grades I did. I failed everything. I was too busy fighting and running wild.

It kills me to lose. If I'm a troublemaker, and I don't think that my temper makes me one, then it's because I can't stand losing. That's the way I am about winning, all I ever wanted to do was finish first.

The way of the troublemaker is thorny.

Few novels or plays could exist without at least one troublemaker in the group, and perhaps life couldn't either.

I was a born troublemaker and might as well earn a living at it.

In the world of comic books, "troublemaker" means someone who has some sense of dignity.

I think there is such a thing as a bad seed that comes to flower in certain people. The danger with that theory is that we begin to look for those "troublemakers" early on and try to weed them out. That's very dangerous, because it could work against kids who are just routine troublemakers.

Heroes are born to be troublemakers.

Get good at being a troublemaker and saying sorry when you really screw up

A community is a butcher and a doctor, a minister, a town troublemaker.

A "community" is not a bunch of people united by some grievance. That's just self-righteousness - incredibly dangerous and antidemocratic.

I was labeled a troublemaker, my mom an unfit mother, and I was not welcome anywhere.

I was labeled a troublemaker, my mom an unfit mother, and I was not welcome anywhere.

When we talk about global crisis, or a crisis of humanity, we cannot blame a few politicians, a few fanatics, or a few troublemakers. The whole of humanity has a responsibility because it is our business, human business. I call this a sense of universal responsibility. That is a crucial point.

Anger, jealousy, impatience, and hatred are the real troublemakers, with them problems cannot be solved.

One of my friends once saw another guy's (criminal) record and said, 'Look, this guy is a born troublemaker, just a loser.' I had to tell him, 'No, that's my record - and it doesn't include my juvenile history.'

If you are a troublemaker, it’s our job to politically destroy you.

Put it this way. As long as JB Jeyaretnam stands for what he stands for – a thoroughly destructive force – we will knock him. Everybody knows that in my bag I have a hatchet, and a very sharp one. You take me on, I take my hatchet, we meet in the cul-de-sac.

Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.