Active Participation Quotes by Lewis Buzbee, Thomas Berry, Nicolae Ceausescu, Maria del Carmen Martinez-Bordiu y Franco, Kofi Annan, Ousmane Sembene and many others.
Watching a scene from a film in slow motion is possible, but thereвЂ™s an unreal air to it; reading a passage from a book slowly does nothing to rob the words of their power. A film presents images; a book creates images inside the reader, with the readerвЂ™s active participation. Books are good for your brain.
Gardening is an active participation in The deepest mysteries of the universe.
We do not understand democracy in its bourgeois meaning–of babbling, lack of discipline, anarchy. We understand democracy as the active participation of the citizens in formulating and implementing the Party’s policy.
The more we increase the active participation and partnership with young people, the better we serve them. … And the more comprehensively we work with them as service partners, the more we increase our public value to the entire community.
If we are to make poverty history, we must have the active participation of States, civil society and the private sector, as well as individual volunteers.
The development of Africa will not happen without the effective participation of women. Our forefathers’ image of women must be buried once for all.
We can learn that reward comes in creation and re-creation, no just in the consumption of the world around us. Active participation in the process of creation is our right and our privilege. We can learn to measure the success of our ideas not by our bank accounts by their impact on the world.
Life passes by now like the scenery outside a car window. I breathe and eat and sleep as I always did, but there seems to be no great purpose in my life that requires active participation on my part…I do not know where I am going or when I will get there.
If you create an environment where the people truly participate, you don’t need control. They know what needs to be done and they do it. And the more that people will devote themselves to your cause on a voluntary basis, a willing basis, the fewer hierarchies and control mechanisms you need.
Do more than belong: participate. Do more than care: help. Do more than believe: practice. Do more than be fair: be kind. Do more than forgive: forget. Do more than dream: work.
Within a lot of African-American households, I think, there’s an idea that black men don’t want to take an active participation in the lives of their children. That if they do, there has to be some sort of ulterior motive.
Literacy unlocks the door to learning throughout life, is essential to development and health, and opens the way for democratic participation and active citizenship.