Best 82 of Benefit quotes - MyQuotes
Constance Friday Elias
The truth doesn't benefit from being accepted. The benefit comes from accepting the truth.
The young are often savvy in the cultural world but not so much the intellectual; the old the intellectual but not so much the cultural. But I tell you those who do the most damage during an era are very much aware of both.
All virtues of a man rest upon his honesty and integrity; if you are not honest, you can’t sustain any other virtue. While honesty may not provide you any instant benefit, it prepares you for the challenges of life. If you are honest, your conscience is clear. And the road to everlasting happiness goes through a clear conscience.
Your life should be of benefit to others and you should always inspire them
Afrika isomeshe watu wake, na itumie vizuri mapato yanayotokana na mauzo ya rasilimali zake kwa faida ya jumla ya wananchi wa nchi zake, kusudi baadaye wawe wataalamu wa rasilimali za nchi zao wenyewe, kuepukana na utumwa wa rasilimali. Rasilimali za Afrika zina miiko na masharti yake.
For a sane person to sincerely be happy that someone has succeeded, they have to either be profiting or likely to profit from that person’s success, or be that person.
Shetani anapenda damu kumtumia Mungu kwa faida yake kama vile Mungu anavyomtumia Shetani kwa faida yake. Mungu anamtumia Shetani kama wakala wake wa kutoa adhabu kwa binadamu, na Shetani anamtumia Mungu kama wakala wake wa kutoa adhabu kwa binadamu. Mungu anaishi ndani ya damu na damu ina nguvu kuliko Shetani.
We would all benefit by shifting our focus from seeing pain as bad to seeing pain as motivation to change.
Today is sacred - for it will never come again. What could be more important than living this day with attention and the intention to be of benefit, to the best of your ability, to all you encounter?
Jeffrey G. Duarte
People respect one's integrity not their going along with the crowd just to reap a personal benefit.
There is no instance of a nation benefitting from prolonged warfare.
I've come to realise that the real magic is when you live a life in which others, not just yourself, truly benefit for you living it.
Sometimes the pain is a startling breach that hobbles your entire soul; dreadful losses that rupture your perceived reality. Pain so visceral and unrelenting that even death itself can begin to look like a welcomed and kind benefactor.
A person that only looks to benefit from other people, usually ends up alone.
Imagine your whole life aimed at conquest, at the spread of Radchaai space. You see murder and destruction on an unimaginable scale, but they see the spread of civilisation, of Justice and Propiety, of Benefit for the universe. The death and destruction, these are unavoidable by-products of this one, supreme good.
Information has no benefit or purpose if there is no potential to use it in some productive way.
Your patriotism is not measured by what your country can do for you. It's all about what you can do for your country for your own benefit and for the benefit of unborn generations!
Maana halisi ya ukarimu si kutoa vitu au mali nyingi kwa watu wanaohitaji msaada, bali ni kutoa vitu au mali hizo bila kinyongo au unafiki wowote. Ukarimu unapaswa kutolewa kwa watu sahihi, wakati sahihi, kiasi sahihi na kwa moyo mmoja bila kinyongo chochote. Ukitoa kwa lengo la kupata faida, huo ni ubinafsi na unafiki mkubwa.
Michael Bassey Johnson
The only benefit a woman can have in talking too much is defeating a man who troubles her too much.
The main benefit of innovation for your organization is not competitive advantage. It is survival.
Those who have no knowledge are often willing to occupy influential positions with the aim of acquiring every possible benefit.
Money needs to be sown into a fertile soil as a seed. We need to invest it for it to benefit us.
You are to make up your mind whether it is to be God or man. Whether you are to be free or a slave. Whether it is to be progress or stagnation. As long as man loves a phantom in the sky more than he loves his fellow man, there will never be peace upon this earth; so long as man worships a Tyrant as the "Fatherhood of God," there will never be a "Brotherhood of Man." You must make the choice, you must come to the decision. Is it to be God or Man? Churches or Homes—preparation for death or happiness for the living? If ever man needed an example of the benefit of the one against the other, he need but read the pages of history for proof of how religion retarded progress and provoked hatred among the children of men. When theology ruled the world, man was a slave. The people lived in huts and hovels. They were clad in rags and skins; they devoured crusts and gnawed bones; the priests wore garments of silk and satin; carried mitres of gold and precious stones, robbed the poor and lived upon the fat of the land! Here and there a brave man appeared to question their authority. These martyrs to intellectual emancipation slowly and painfully broke the spell of superstition and ushered in the Age of Reason and the Dawn of Science. Man became the only god that man can know. He no longer fell upon his knees in fear. He began to enjoy the fruits of his own labor. He discovered a way to relieve himself from the drudgery of continuous toil; he began to enjoy a few comforts of life—and for the first time upon this earth he found a few moments for happiness. It is far more important to learn how to live than to learn how to pray. A new day and a new era dawned for him. His labors produced enormous dividends. He looked at the sky for the first time and saw that it was blue! He searched the heavens and found no God. He no longer feared the manifestations of nature.
Nothing you hear or read will be of any benefit to you unless you meditate and digest it deeply.
With the benefit of hindsight, I realized that there was a blatant disregard for worker health and safety by the astronomical management teams that I worked for in the USA.
For a few moments, please consider with me the lives of Moses, David, and some New Testament examples as well. I truly believe we can and should learn from their experiences which God has so lovingly guarded and preserved through the ages for our benefit (1 Corinthians 10:1-5)
James C. Dobson
As I indicated in an earlier chapter, it is so important to pause and think through some of these basic issues while you are young, before the pressures of job and family become distracting. Everyone must deal with the eternal questions sooner or later. You will benefit, I think, from doing that work now. As I said earlier, whether you are an atheist, a Muslim, a Buddhist, a Jew, a New Ager, an agnostic, or a Christian, the questions confronting the human family are the same. Only the answers will differ.
The USA government seems to have conveniently forgotten that its disability system is an insurance program to award disability benefits to ALL people that can no longer be employed due to their long term sickness.
A timely benefit, -though thing of little worth, The gift itself, -in excellence transcends the earth
With the benefit of hindsight, the biggest mistake that I made in life was working in the toxic field of high altitude astronomy.
Hasira ni Shetani. Hekima ni Mungu. Kila kitu kimo ndani yetu. Hasira imo ndani yetu. Hekima imo ndani yetu. Atomu ni matofali ya ujenzi wa kila kitu ulimwenguni likiwemo jua na miili ya wanadamu. Ndani ya atomu kuna nguvu ya chanya na kuna nguvu ya hasi. Kama miili yetu imetengenezwa na atomu na katika kila atomu kuna nguvu ya chanya na kuna nguvu ya hasi, hivyo basi, tuna uwezo mkubwa wa kufanya mambo mazuri na tuna uwezo mkubwa wa kufanya mambo mabaya. Mtu akikutukana mwambie asante. Akikupiga mwambie asante. Akiendelea kukupiga, pigana. Geuza hasira yako kuwa hekima kwa faida yako na kwa faida ya wengine.
Do you think he would have wanted you to commit suttee?” “What is that?” “A Hindu practice in which a widow is expected to throw herself on her husband’s burning funeral pyre. Her suicide is considered as proof of her devotion to him.” “What if the wife dies first? Does the husband do the same thing?” Shaw threw her a mildly taunting grin. “No, he re-marries.” “I should have known,” Livia said. “Men always manage to arrange things for their own benefit.
If you do darshan (worship) of the one who has both stillness in his eyes and chit prasannta (blissful state of chit); you gain benefit.
Every talent God has hidden in you is not for your own consumption; they are for other people’s liberation.
Gentlemen, I am tormented by questions; answer them for me. You, for instance, want to cure men of their old habits and reform their will in accordance with science and good sense. But how do you know, not only that it is possible, but also that it is desirable to reform man in that way? And what leads you to the conclusion that man's inclinations need reforming? In short, how do you know that such a reformation will be a benefit to man?
Always turn whatever happens into a benefit or advantage.
If they could redirect the energy they'd spent on trying to find fault with the other side and put it toward finding a new direction that worked for everyone, they could all benefit.
We ought to, as human beings, have the courage to seek a collective “truth” that benefits our species the most, and to accept that all of our doctrines and beliefs may just be incomplete. That we don’t know it all and that perhaps we never will. That others like us may have something to teach us, and we may have something to contribute to their communities. That communities, types of people, are divisions we’ve created for ourselves. That for all of what we know, the knowledge and wisdom that we have gathered in the few millennia may be a small fraction of what is there to be discovered, understood and applied.
In some rare cases, a friendship between two people benefits both of them, and what’s more, in some rarer cases, it benefits both of them equally.
I am the common person researching the invisible world for the benefit of the global masses.
Wanawake wenye umri wa miaka kumi na nane hadi ishirini na mbili wanaweza kutawaliwa. Ishirini na mbili hadi ishirini na nne wanaweza kukuumiza. Ishirini na nne hadi ishirini na saba unaweza kuweka malengo nao yenye natija. Ishirini na saba hadi thelathini watakuchunguza sana na hawatakupenda kutoka moyoni. Thelathini hadi thelathini na tano wamejawa na dharau za kijinga. Thelathini na tano hadi arobaini na mbili watakung’ang’ania kupoza hasira za huko walikotoka. Tofauti na wanawake wenye umri wa miaka kumi na nane hadi ishirini na mbili, na wanawake wenye umri wa miaka ishirini na nne hadi ishirini na saba, wengine wote ni kubahatisha.
Those who would abuse your trust for their own benefit can do it well, but only one time.
Animals shouldn’t be hunted and nature shouldn’t be disturbed, even destroyed, to benefit the whims of mankind
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The desire of gold is not for gold. It is for the means of freedom and benefit.
[On the practical applications of particle physics research with the Large Hadron Collider.] Sometimes the public says, 'What's in it for Numero Uno? Am I going to get better television reception? Am I going to get better Internet reception?' Well, in some sense, yeah. ... All the wonders of quantum physics were learned basically from looking at atom-smasher technology. ... But let me let you in on a secret: We physicists are not driven to do this because of better color television. ... That's a spin-off. We do this because we want to understand our role and our place in the universe.
People must be taught that money is not the most important benefit of work.
While I formally became disabled at age 45, with the benefit of hindsight I should have registered as disabled at age 35.
It’s is not a surprising news that manna should fall from heaven in these days. But this manna will fall for those who cultivated manna farms on the clouds above! He who sow will reap; isn't it?
We sometimes benefit way more from being lied to than the person lying to us.
People have struggled for the benefits of others, you can struggle at least for your own benefit.