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Please find below a curated list of 83 of The Best Coming Together Quotes by notable women and men. Please consider sharing with others any of the Coming Together Quotes that resonate.
Everything was coming together by coming apart . . . It is the most difficult Zen practice to leave people to their destiny, even though it’s painful – just loving them, and breathing with them, and distracting them in a sweet way, and laughing with them . . . if something was not my problem, I probably did not have the solution.
Black History is enjoying the life of our ancestors who paved the way for every African-American. No matter what color you are, the history of Blacks affected everyone; that’s why we should cherish and respect Black history. Black history changed America and is continuing to change and shape our country. Black history is about everyone coming together to better themselves and America. Black history is being comfortable in your own skin no matter what color you are. Black history makes me proud of where I came from and where I am going in life.
The largest fear in the world is to speak in public. We fear of stumbling, or public humiliation, and so we’re fearing a face-to-face rejection. So, we’ll say things in a text or e-mail that we would never say face-to-face. So, relationships are coming together faster and breaking apart faster, and they’re a little bit more disposable.
Whereas our common past, out of Africa, saw a global diaspora of humankind, our common future depends on a global coming together and consensus, resulting in a more equitable distribution of the Earth’s largesse. When Africa, which gave us the wealth of life, has that debt returned, the world will have come of age.
it pleaseth me when I see through the meadowsThe tents and pavilions set up, and great joy have IWhen I see o’er the campana knights armed and horses arrayed.And it pleaseth me when the scouts set in flight the folk withtheir goods;And it pleaseth me when I see coming together after them an host ofarmed men.
My own doctrine of organization is that any body of people coming together for a purpose (whatever it may be) should consist of persons wholly wedded to said purpose and should consist of nobody else. If the purpose be Cannibalism (preference for Ham a la Capitalism) then nobody but a Cannibal should be admitted. There should be plenty of discussion and disagreement as to how and the means but none whatever as to ends.
We’ve come to be consumed by a 24-hour, slash-and-burn, negative ad, bickering, small-minded politics that doesn’t move us forward. Sometimes one side is up and the other side is down. But there’s no sense that they are coming together in a common-sense, practical, nonideological way to solve the problems that we face.
We are so lucky to be surrounded by such open minded, well traveled individuals. Everyone has a different story and journey that we can learn from. We get to express ourselves in art and it can be crazy, but that’s the beauty of it. A mixture of different people and personalities coming together to make one image. Our jobs aren’t easy but there is nothing I’d rather do.
What is accurately portrayed is the rich humanity not just of Martin Luther King but of the movement, which was a multiracial movement. You had blacks and whites coming together and sacrificing, organizing and mobilizing the world. That’s the first time we’ve had collective action put at the center of any kind of portrayal of Martin King on the screen.
Being champion is just priceless. I’m not trying to sound arrogant or anything but being Olympic champ, you have every country coming together and competing. Doing what they do best, getting awards, money. Coming together and competing in the most competitive way possible with the best from all these different countries on Earth and winning. To me that’s priceless.