Jimmy Carter Quotes
Be motivated by the words of wisdom in thes Jimmy Carter quotes.
Born October 1, 1924, Jimmy Carter was the 39th President of the United States.
He has been a promoter of human rights around the world. He works and
supports, Habitat for Humanity, which builds houses for the needy.
The Nobel Peace Price was award to Mr Carter in 2002 for his
"efforts to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development."
Government is a contrivance of human wisdom to provide for human wants.
People have the right to expect that these wants will be provided
for by this wisdom.
Globalization, as defined by rich people like us, is a very nice thing...
you are talking about the Internet, you are talking about cell phones,
you are talking about computers. This doesn't affect two-thirds of the
people of the world.
America did not invent human rights. In a very real sense human rights
Helping Others |
Accountability Quotes |
We must adjust to changing times and still hold to unchanging principles.
Wherever life takes us, there are always moments of wonder.
Quotes about Life |
Graduation Quotes |
Aggression unopposed becomes a contagious disease.
Like music and art, love of nature is a common language that can
transcend political or social boundaries.
We become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic.
Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings,
different hopes, different dreams.
We will not learn how to live together in peace by
killing each other's children.
Prayers of Serenity and of Thanks |
There should be an honest attempt at the reconciliation
of differences before resorting to combat.
Words of Encouragement |
You can do what you have to do, and sometimes you can do
it even better than you think you can.
If you're totally illiterate and living on one dollar a day,
the benefits of globalization never come to you.
If you fear making anyone mad, then you ultimately
probe for the lowest common denominator of human achievement.
The experience of democracy is like the experience
of life itself-always changing, infinite in its variety,
sometimes turbulent and all the more valuable for having been tested by