Outcasts Quotes

Authors: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Categories: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
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im-out-here-to-represent-gingers-gypsies-outcasts-because-i-am-all-above-im-all-about-having-great-time
the-people-god-cannot-be-changed-until-outcasts-are-restored-to-its-body-umberto-eco
in-my-day-artists-wanted-to-be-outcasts-pariahs-now-they-are-all-integrated-into-society-marcel-duchamp
they-are-les-miserables-outcasts-underdogs-and-who-is-to-blame-is-it-not-most-fallen-who-have-most-need-charity-victor-hugo
the-lord-doth-build-up-jerusalem-he-gathereth-together-the-outcasts-of-israel
the-lord-god-which-gathereth-the-outcasts-of-israel-saith-yet-will-i-gather-others-to-him-beside-those-that-are-gathered-unto-him
youre-always-caring-about-strays-outcasts-among-us-myself-included-you-really-are-odd-girl-you-know-little-sense-what-is-good-for-you-rachel-caine
those-who-actually-hate-animals-to-point-being-cruel-to-them-are-outcasts-to-rest-us-no-matter-where-in-world-they-live-nick-clooney
busyness-is-now-social-norm-that-people-feel-they-must-conform-to-burnett-says-risk-being-outcasts-brigid-schulte
outcasts-may-grow-up-to-be-novelists-filmmakers-computer-tycoons-but-they-will-never-be-athletic-ruling-class-chuck-klosterman
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i-learned-early-in-life-not-to-judge-others-we-outcasts-are-happy-content-to-leave-that-job-to-our-social-superiors-ethel-waters
and-alien-tears-will-fill-for-him-pitys-long-broken-urn-for-his-mourners-will-all-be-outcast-men-outcasts-always-mourn-oscar-wilde
i-like-to-think-what-i-bring-to-table-is-kind-sympathetic-endearing-quality-even-while-im-playing-outcasts-characters-that-end-up-in-outlandish-jason-biggs
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we-have-great-group-people-sponsors-around-us-you-dont-want-to-send-them-out-as-outcasts-because-you-have-this-newfound-success-this-new-tool-things-you-can-sell
take-counsel-execute-judgment-make-thy-shadow-as-the-night-in-the-midst-of-the-noonday-hide-the-outcasts-bewray-not-him-that-wandereth
tattoos-tell-stories-crime-passion-punishment-regret-they-express-outlaw-antiauthoritarian-point-view-communicate-romantic-solidarity-among-douglas-kent-hall
whats-safest-thing-to-be-when-one-is-met-by-gang-social-outcasts-in-alley-no-another-social-outcast-s-e-hinton
having-seen-ted-from-distance-i-always-thought-if-ever-there-was-place-for-someone-like-me-outcasts-people-who-maintained-who-they-are-despite-being-told-what-they-were-it-was-te
placebo-is-music-for-outsiders-by-outsiders-and-our-gigs-are-like-conventions-of-outcasts-which-is-cool
every-city-in-world-always-has-gang-street-gang-called-outcasts
ultimately-ive-learned-to-pride-myself-on-being-quirky-i-much-adore-people-who-are-outcasts-ive-always-loved-to-be-around-interesting-circus-type-people
i-began-to-wonder-if-what-we-were-doing-it-evangelical-circles-had-more-to-do-with-redeeming-ourselves-to-culture-than-it-did-with-showing-jesus-to-hurting-world-world-literally-
i-feel-lot-folks-like-teenagers-can-feel-like-outcasts
when-you-play-many-outcasts-derelicts-even-murderer-you-need-to-play-someone-healthy
i-was-founding-member-dungeons-dragons-club-at-my-high-school-i-was-in-chorus-i-was-in-swing-choir-i-was-outcast-but-i-was-outcast-among-group-john-c-reilly
her-people-halflights-were-byblows-fullblood-magicians-humans-as-such-they-were-outcasts-from-both-kingdoms-their-magic-was-too-unpredictable-for-magicians-too-magic-period-for-h
when-you-stand-with-outcasts-you-stand-with-jesus-when-you-despise-outcast-you-despise-jesus-as-well-becoming-activist-is-simply-matter-putting-mel-white
the-criminals-who-in-face-contumely-hatred-violence-have-led-world-to-higher-standard-brought-humanity-to-diviner-order-have-loved-truth-righteousness-as-to-defy-law-in-every-age
No follower of Christ knew the shape of the earth. For many centuries this great Peasant of Palestine has been worshiped as God. Millions and millions have given their lives to his service. The wealth of the world was lavished on his shrines. His name carried consolation to the diseased and dying. His name dispelled the darkness of death, and filled the dungeon with light. His name gave courage to the martyr, and in the midst of fire, with shriveling lips the sufferer uttered it again and again. The outcasts, the deserted, the fallen, felt that Christ was their friend, felt that he knew their sorrows and pitied their sufferings. All this is true, and if it were all, how beautiful, how touching, how glorious it would be. But it is not all. There is another side. In his name millions and millions of men and women have been imprisoned, tortured and killed. In his name millions and millions have been enslaved. In his name the thinkers, the investigators, have been branded as criminals, and his followers have shed the blood of the wisest and best. In his name the progress of many nations was stayed for a thousand years. In his gospel was found the dogma of eternal pain, and his words added an infinite horror to death. His gospel filled the world with hatred and revenge; made intellectual honesty a crime; made happiness here the road to hell, denounced love as base and bestial, canonized credulity, crowned bigotry and destroyed the liberty of man. It would have been far better had the New Testament never been written - far better had the theological Christ never lived. Had the writers of the Testament been regarded as uninspired, had Christ been thought of only as a man, had the good been accepted and the absurd, the impossible, and the revengeful thrown away, mankind would have escaped the wars, the tortures, the scaffolds, the dungeons, the agony and tears, the crimes and sorrows of a thousand years.

Robert G. Ingersoll
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Were these boys in their right minds? Here were two boys with good intellect, one eighteen and one nineteen. They had all the prospects that life could hold out for any of the young; one a graduate of Chicago and another of Ann Arbor; one who had passed his examination for the Harvard Law School and was about to take a trip in Europe,-another who had passed at Ann Arbor, the youngest in his class, with three thousand dollars in the bank. Boys who never knew what it was to want a dollar; boys who could reach any position that was to boys of that kind to reach; boys of distinguished and honorable families, families of wealth and position, with all the world before them. And they gave it all up for nothing, for nothing! They took a little companion of one of them, on a crowded street, and killed him, for nothing, and sacrificed everything that could be of value in human life upon the crazy scheme of a couple of immature lads. Now, your Honor, you have been a boy; I have been a boy. And we have known other boys. The best way to understand somebody else is to put yourself in his place. Is it within the realm of your imagination that a boy who was right, with all the prospects of life before him, who could choose what he wanted, without the slightest reason in the world would lure a young companion to his death, and take his place in the shadow of the gallows?... No one who has the process of reasoning could doubt that a boy who would do that is not right. How insane they are I care not, whether medically or legally. They did not reason; they could not reason; they committed the most foolish, most unprovoked, most purposeless, most causeless act that any two boys ever committed, and they put themselves where the rope is dangling above their heads... Why did they kill little Bobby Franks? Not for money, not for spite; not for hate. They killed him as they might kill a spider or a fly, for the experience. They killed him because they were made that way. Because somewhere in the infinite processes that go to the making up of the boy or the man something slipped, and those unfortunate lads sit here hated, despised, outcasts, with the community shouting for their blood... I know, Your Honor, that every atom of life in all this universe is bound up together. I know that a pebble cannot be thrown into the ocean without disturbing every drop of water in the sea. I know that every life is inextricably mixed and woven with every other life. I know that every influence, conscious and unconscious, acts and reacts on every living organism, and that no one can fix the blame. I know that all life is a series of infinite chances, which sometimes result one way and sometimes another. I have not the infinite wisdom that can fathom it, neither has any other human brain

Clarence Darrow
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To see how we separate, we first have to examine how we get together. Friendships begin with interest. We talk to someone. They say something interesting and we have a conversation about it. However, common interests don't create lasting bonds. Otherwise, we would become friends with everyone with whom we had a good conversation. Similar interests as a basis for friendship doesn't explain why we become friends with people who have completely different interests than we do. In time, we discover common values and ideals. However, friendship through common values and ideals doesn't explain why atheists and those devout in their faith become friends. Vegans wouldn't have non-vegan friends. In the real world, we see examples of friendships between people with diametrically opposed views. At the same time, we see cliques form in churches and small organizations dedicated to a particular cause, and it's not uncommon to have cliques inside a particular belief system dislike each other. So how do people bond if common interests and common values don't seem to be the catalyst for lasting friendships? I find that people build lasting connections through common problems and people grow apart when their problems no longer coincide. This is why couples especially those with children tend to lose their single friends. Their primary problems have become vastly different. The married person's problems revolve around family and children. The single person's problem revolves around relationships with others and themselves. When the single person talks about their latest dating disaster, the married person is thinking I've already solved this problem. When the married person talks about finding good daycare, the single person is thinking how boring the problems of married life can be. Eventually marrieds and singles lose their connection because they don't have common problems. I look back at friends I had in junior high and high school. We didn't become friends because of long nights playing DandD. That came later. We were all loners and outcasts in our own way. We had one shared problem that bound us together: how to make friends and relate to others while feeling so 'different'. That was the problem that made us friends. Over the years as we found our own answers and went to different problems, we grew apart. Stick two people with completely different values and belief systems on a deserted island where they have to cooperate to survive. Then stick two people with the same values and interests together at a party. Which pair do you think will form the stronger bond? When I was 20, I was living on my own. I didn't have many friends who were in college because I couldn't relate to them. I was worrying about how to pay rent and trying to stretch my last few dollars for food at the end of the month. They were worried about term papers. In my life now, the people I spend the most time with have kids, have careers, are thinking about retirement and are figuring out their changing roles and values as they get older. These are problems that I relate to. We solve them in different ways because our values though compatible aren't similar. I feel connected hearing about how they've chosen to solve those issues in a way that works for them.

Corin
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