Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Deprived Quotes from famous persons: Robert Kennedy, Benny Gantz, Eve Torres, Jean Rostand, Adoniram Judson. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Deprived Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.
Israel will not be deprived of its status as a strong, Jewish and democratic state.
I can’t tell you the number of times I have been underestimated, objectified or deprived of fair credit for my accomplishments based on my gender or ethnicity.
When people are deprived of a sense, their other senses get heightened. If you’re culturally devoid of something – of weather, of artistry, of interesting architecture, all the way down the line to culture itself – you’re either forced to give in and get that car dealership, or you manufacture those things for yourself.
I have a great deal of difficulty with those who live in a hugely prosperous country telling people in the developing world that they should be deprived of a critical source of energy.
As we approached our work, my colleagues and I looked to the U.S. Constitution for guidance. It states, ‘No person shall … be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.’ No person, no exceptions.
We can bear to be deprived of everything but our self-conceit.
A theater is being given over to market forces, which means that a whole generation that should be able to do theater as well as see it is being completely deprived.
It cannot be Pakistan of Quaid and Iqbal where children of the elite study in prestigious educational institutions while those of resourceless segments deprived of education due to difficulties.
Abu Mazen has deprived himself of all the practical authorities of government.
With happiness as with health: to enjoy it, one should be deprived of it occasionally.
Faulkner‘s characters, too, were uneducated. They were deprived, but they were allowed to have very rich inner lives. I want to advocate for that, for inner lives that are much more complicated and more poetic than we think.
People say, ‘Weren’t you deprived of your childhood?’ No way. I would not take anything back at all. Everything about it was great. I got to go places, meet people, play baseball against older kids and better competition. I had a great time.
It is actually unbelievable that somebody would be deprived of his livelihood for expressing an opinion that he’s entitled to.
You spend your whole lifetime in your occupation, actually making life clever, easy and convenient for white people. But when you have to get transportation home, you are denied an equal accommodation. Our existence was for the white man’s comfort and well-being; we had to accept being deprived of just being human.
Not everybody who is overweight comes from deprived backgrounds, but that’s where the propensity lies.
America was born in outrageous ambition, so bold as to be improbable. The deprived, the oppressed, the powerless from all over the globe came here with little more than the desire to realize themselves.
Even though it leaves me sleep deprived, I love every bit of motherhood.
Never in any case say I have lost such a thing, but I have returned it. Is your child dead? It is a return. Is your wife dead? It is a return. Are you deprived of your estate? Is not this also a return?
I personally feel that, for some people, their physique and looks work for them. And when you’re deprived of both these aspects, you rely on humour!
After a life deprived of everything from romantic love to the choice of when to wake up in the morning, after 29 years without the ability to have a career or even to be alone at toilet, the Bijani sisters are not symbols but women who have had to live a shared life of constant, quotidian sacrifice.
When children and youth are deprived of their right to education, their community is deprived of a sustainable future. It is all the more true with refugees.
When I was an impoverished graduate student, I would sometimes spend $20 or $30 on a T-shirt or accessory I didn’t need or even particularly want. What I craved was the purchase, not the thing itself. Of course, a sense of not being deprived may fill an emotional void without ruinous consequences.
Detachment produces a peculiar state of mind. Maybe that’s the worst sentence of all, to be deprived of feeling what a human being ought to be entitled to feel.