Words matter. These are the best Harsh Reality Quotes from famous people such as Jorge Garcia, Tsai Ing-wen, Katharine Viner, Antonio Garcia Martinez, James Comey, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Mixing humour and harsh reality is a very human behaviour, it’s the way people stay sane in their daily lives.
The youth of Taiwan not only have to face the harsh reality of low wages and high commodity and housing prices, but due to the lack of employment opportunities, many young people are forced to leave their home towns to search for jobs in the cities.
For some time, destitution has been a harsh reality for asylum seekers, migrants, and refugees who are unable to access mainstream accommodation and support. Delays in the asylum and appeals process can leave them in limbo for years without money, shelter, and advice.
The harsh reality is this: to have influence in the world, you need to be willing and able to reward your friends and punish your enemies.
As so often happened during the dot-com bubble days, the revenues that AOL and PurchasePro were counting on did not materialize. And instead of confronting that harsh reality, AOL and PurchasePro cooked up a scheme to inflate PurchasePro’s revenues.
It’s a good harsh reality, because my family keeps me very grounded.
Anyone who thinks they stand apart from society and defies all which govern its existence has less in common with the lone wolf patriot standing up to dystopic forces of oppression – a myth – and more in common with the disease known as cancer – a harsh reality.
Its a strange thing because the West is rooted in a very harsh reality of hard living and scratching out a life for yourself, but its also wrapped in this mythos. There are of these tall tales and crazy stories about the West that you hear and can never really be sure of whats true and whats not.
There’s a bit more of a safe distance when you’re making a narrative movie, a bit more perspective. Audiences can separate themselves from the harsh reality of the facts a little bit more and think: ‘Okay, how do I consider this?’
I am kind of an idealist but I became a DUP member because I believe politics should have a footing in harsh reality.
A harsh reality of newspaper editing is that the deadlines don’t allow for the polish that you expect in books or even magazines.
The harsh reality is that if you are middle-aged, write computer code for a living, and earn a six-figure salary, you’re headed for the unemployment lines. Your market value declines as you age, and it becomes harder and harder to get a job.
Until I read Anne Frank’s diary, I had found books a literal escape from what could be the harsh reality around me. After I read the diary, I had a fresh way of viewing the both literature and the world. From then on, I found I was impatient with books that were not honest or that were trivial and frivolous.
History will judge harshly my Republican colleagues who deny the science of climate change. Similarly, those Democrats who would use climate change as a basis to regulate out of existence the American experience will face the harsh reality that their ideas will fail.
The harsh reality is that we simply cannot tax our way out of our overspending and debt problem. We need a balanced approach that includes both a stronger economy to generate new tax revenues and bipartisan guardrails, which will help ensure that future presidents and congresses spend within our means.
There’s a harsh reality to situations where demand outstrips supply.
There’s a harsh reality – nothing lasts forever. You have to be ready to grow, and grow fast.