Words matter. These are the best Survival Quotes from famous people such as Jovenel Moise, Carl Sagan, Mo Yan, Theodore C. Sorensen, Vivek Wadhwa, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
We must go beyond talking about the survival of the government, because political stability in Haiti is the most important thing for us.
Extinction is the rule. Survival is the exception.
For a country boy, poor as I was, whose constant worry was to be able to have enough to eat, the Army guaranteed one’s survival.
We need not renounce the use of conventional force. We will be ready to repel any clear and present danger that poses a genuine threat to our national security and survival.
Entrepreneurship is like a computer game in which you have to master every level before achieving success. Startups repeatedly stumble and have to go back to the drawing board. The best way to skip some levels and to increase the odds of survival is to learn from others who have already played the game.
We live in a time when science is validating what humans have known throughout the ages: that compassion is not a luxury; it is a necessity for our well-being, resilience, and survival.
The Sandinista government became consumed with fighting a war of survival. They were up against the biggest superpower in the world.
Survival can be summed up in three words – never give up. That’s the heart of it really. Just keep trying.
Robotics, manufacturing, medicine, farming, energy – all will be pushed to and beyond their limits and, by so doing, will advance at speeds far faster than without the impetus and challenge of opening a frontier – thus also raising the odds of survival in our favor.
I feel like the writers that I’m drawn to, the writers that I really cling to, are the writers who seem to be writing out of a desperate act. It’s like their writing is part of a survival kit. Those are the writers that I just absolutely cherish and carry with me everywhere I go.
A manufacturing resurgence is what will give local communities and small towns across America a fighting chance for survival. Many of today’s American entrepreneurs come from those very places but make their wealth elsewhere. We need to change that.
The more we exploit nature, The more our options are reduced, until we have only one: to fight for survival.
My family and I participate in ‘Cycle for Survival.’ it was started by a friend of my wife’s who lost his wife to a rare form of cancer.
Not everyone has the survival skills of William Jefferson Clinton.
Fear is always there; it’s a survival instinct. You just need to know how to manage it.
My father was a lorry driver, very rarely at home. The house was run by my mother, and because there were 10 or so kids, there was no time for individual attention. It was about survival. It was about where the next meal was coming from.
A declining institution often experiences survival of the unfittest.
The ultimate value of life depends upon awareness and the power of contemplation rather than upon mere survival.
And in reality, I don’t think it’s a real documentary. It’s more a story of her life. It’s a story of survival. It’s a story of the time in which she lived. The story of success and failure.
Of the primary emotions, fear is the one that bears most directly on survival. Children show fear. Adults try not to, maybe because it’s shameful, or, in some circumstances, dangerous. The fear response is automatic, though, and your body runs through its reflexes whether you want it to or not.
I have been fascinated with survival and having to go on no matter what. That always appealed to me.
For the continued survival of our planet and humanity, it is crucial that certain discoveries and skills and inventions made by people over the years be passed on from one human generation to the next, from one person, face-to-face, to another.
I would have written ‘Brown Girl Dreaming’ if no one had ever wanted to buy it, if it went nowhere but inside a desk drawer that my own children pulled out one day to find a tool for survival, a symbol of how strong we are and how much we’ve come through.
‘m really proud of it. To me, it’s a movie about character behavior and the pecking order of the pack, as well as the central character’s massive survival guilt.
At a time when unbridled greed, malignant aggression, and existence of weapons of mass destruction threatens the survival of humanity, we should seriously consider any avenue that offers some hope.
It feels good to know you contributed positively to another’s life, to their happiness, to their survival. It gives us a sense of purpose.
There is a land of the living and a land of the dead and the bridge is love, the only survival, the only meaning.
Survival is the main objective. There are going to be some awful days, I know that from my background in the sport.
I grew up in the prolonged survival of the great age of the horse, with harness and saddle and sleigh bells and horse pictures, not as antiques but the facts of our lives.
It has yet to be proven that intelligence has any survival value.
Every new baby is a blind desperate vote for survival: people who find themselves unable to register an effective political protest against extermination do so by a biological act.
As far as this business of solitary confinement goes, the most important thing for survival is communication with someone, even if it’s only a wave or a wink, a tap on the wall, or to have a guy put his thumb up. It makes all the difference.
Everything that I do in my life is geared towards my kids and their survival and giving them the best education that I can possibly give them and the best home that I can possibly give them.
Trapped’ is the story of a guy stuck in an apartment with no food, no water and no electricity, and of his survival based on his primal instincts.
Around half of the top alpinists have died climbing. Of course if I’m careful and turn back more often than the others, I can increase my chances of survival. But if I hadn’t been lucky a few times, I wouldn’t be here.
But no nation can base its survival and development on luck and prayers alone while its leadership fritters away every available opportunity for success and concrete achievement.
People are all vulnerable in so many different ways. We go into survival mode a lot of times.
What I learned with Cecil Taylor was strategy and survival and how to resist temptations and resist getting discouraged.
Everyone fears the cut of the blade. It doesn’t matter after that. I know the spirit survives as there is so much evidence of the survival of the personality in the afterlife.
It’s hard to give up the self-esteem connected to being codependent and appearing ‘right,’ which is probably a survival behavior learned from growing up in a crazy family. It feels like you will actually disappear.
Survival requires us to leave our prejudices at home. It’s about doing whatever it takes – and ultimately those with the biggest heart will win.
Affirmative action is a little like the professional football draft. The NFL awards its No. 1 draft choices to the lowest-ranked team in the league. It doesn’t do this out of compassion or guilt. It’s done for mutual survival. They understand that a league can only be as strong as its weakest team.
Before being humans with morals, people are mostly animals, fighting for domination and survival.
I fight on emotions. When I don’t fight on emotions, I don’t fight well. I fight on emotion, because I’m in for survival.
Fascinations breeds preparedness, and preparedness, survival.
When we understand the connection between how we live and how long we live, it’s easier to make different choices. Instead of viewing the time we spend with friends and family as luxuries, we can see that these relationships are among the most powerful determinants of our well-being and survival.
Finding shelter with nomads in the desert during summer was a matter of survival for me and my animals.
As in the war of 1941-45, our victory and our survival depend on how and where we attack.
There’s a bigger difference now than when I first got into professional baseball because that was before guaranteed contracts, before there was a lot of money, so it was mostly survival. You had more competition.
Values-based business behavior is no longer simply an interesting option – it’s crucial to your survival. Once you understand your mission and values, you have a strong basis for evaluating your practices and aligning them accordingly.
Terrorists cannot threaten the survival of a great nation.
I represent central Florida, which depends on tourists for its economic survival. We need people to be able to get to the State and enjoy it.
I think we’re probably more unified than ever before because we’re in a battle for survival. Not only for survival as the Republican Party, but survival of the check and balance system in our government.
When I worked in the city, it was about survival. Now when I work in the countryside, I feel like I’m truly living.
It is fair to say that the political duopoly we are forced to accept creates a set of problems that threaten the survival of the nation, problems that we need to fix with system-wide changes.
The human being is very resourceful. When you fight for survival, you don’t think much; you just do. If you think too much, you sink.