Best 42 of Group quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 19 Sep

Christina Engela

The religious right sees every group trying to achieve equality with them as a threat, because obviously if they become equal to them, THEY won't be able to abuse their human rights anymore.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Vironika Tugaleva

Plenty of people will think you're crazy, no matter what you do. Don't let that stop you from finding the people who think you're incredible—the ones who need to hear your voice, because it reminds them of their own. Your tribe. They're out there. Don’t let your critics interfere with your search for them.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Deyth Banger

Pigs after pigs, walking in group going on the way for the barracks, to be the first meal of the wolfs. (Salem's Lot)

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steven Magee

Western police officers are an arguably corrupt group of people that have rigged the system to make them almost untouchable.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Tana French

Who who whose smell in the air of her room, whose fingerprints all over her friends’ secret places.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Louisa Thomsen Brits

Participants experience a 'social intimacy' and a basic 'trust' in the inclusiveness and good intentions of the other people present. Hygge cannot be achieved if there is disagreement and conflict in the group or if there is a sense of mistrust between people. Furthermore, situations characterised by hygge eschew graveness and seriousness. -Carsten Levisen

By Anonym 18 Sep

Amit Kalantri

Societies are mediocre, individuals are excellent.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Amy Irvine

By nature, we are a cabal.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Amit Kalantri

When you were making excuses someone else was making enterprise.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Paul Bamikole

You were designed to be a blessing but there are those who must learn the hardest way; to these group you were sent as a lesson.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Adi Alsaid

All the recognizable cliques came by, and so did those un-groupable stragglers who were known by their little circles of two or three.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Christina Engela

Those who deny any group of people human rights are really denying the humanity of that group - and their own.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Steven Magee

The corrupt corporate controlled government is largely an untrustworthy group of people.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Christina Engela

People attacking a group from outside will simply case that group to close ranks and unify and become even stronger - which in case they haven't noticed, is exactly what has happened with the pink community.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Eraldo Banovac

Always think about the needs of others because being a part of a group is an essential characteristic of human nature.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Anoop Ashok

The following are not my words, i have seen it some where . But i wish to share it here for every one .... Two ice cubes jump from fridge They laugh each other... Hug and Enjoy each other... Smile to every one Suddenly they melt each other and remained a little water... Changed in to water ???? They asked each other!!! In this water which is Me and You?? Finally they found out From now there is no Me and You ONLY WE .......

By Anonym 19 Sep

Christina Engela

The truth of the world is that in every group you will find some good and some bad people - which is why i am keenly aware that no group is ALL bad, just as no group is ALL good.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Carl R Rogers

There is no doubt that I am selective in my listening, hence "directive" if people wish to accuse me of this. I am centered in the group member who is speaking, and am unquestionably much less interested in the details of his quarrel with his wife, or of his difficulties on the job, or his disagreement with what has just been said, than in the meaning these experience have for him now and the feeling they arouse in him. It is to these meanings and feelings that I try to respond.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Andrew Smith

And maybe that's the whole point, after all - that everyone of us who existed spent all those limitless days over the thousands of centuries we were here just trying to figure out what it meant to be us. The mousetrap trigger is this precise point: Pour the word us into the coding of a human, and we immediately discount as inferior or useless all the not-us things in the universe. Are you one of us?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Truman Capote

I only object when any one particular group...gets a stranglehold on American criticism and squeezes out anybody who doesn't conform to its own standards....The ax falls, ecumenically, on the head of anybody...who doesn't share this group's parochial preoccupations.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Henry Miller

Gold, he says, tends to become more and more invisible, a myth, and no more defalcations. Excellent! I am wondering what will happen to the world when we go off the gold standard in ideas, dress, morals, etc. The gold standard of love! Up to the present, my idea in collaborating with myself has been to get off the gold standard in literature.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Judith Lewis Herman

While in principle groups for survivors are a good idea, in practice it soon becomes apparent that to organize a successful group is no simple matter. Groups that start out with hope and promise can dissolve acrimoniously, causing pain and disappointment to all involved. The destructive potential of groups is equal to their therapeutic promise. The role of the group leader carries with it a risk of the irresponsible exercise of authority. Conflicts that erupt among group members can all too easily re-create the dynamics of the traumatic event, with group members assuming the roles of perpetrator, accomplice, bystander, victim, and rescuer. Such conflicts can be hurtful to individual participants and can lead to the group’s demise. In order to be successful, a group must have a clear and focused understanding of its therapeutic task and a structure that protects all participants adequately against the dangers of traumatic reenactment. Though groups may vary widely in composition and structure, these basic conditions must be fulfilled without exception. Commonality with other people carries with it all the meanings of the word common. It means belonging to a society, having a public role, being part of that which is universal. It means having a feeling of familiarity, of being known, of communion. It means taking part in the customary, the commonplace, the ordinary, and the everyday. It also carries with it a feeling of smallness, or insignificance, a sense that one’s own troubles are ‘as a drop of rain in the sea.’ The survivor who has achieved commonality with others can rest from her labors. Her recovery is accomplished; all that remains before her is her life.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

There is no one or group of people that would ever be free from bondage without making room for a change.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Steven Magee

I saw a guy faint at the W. M. Keck Observatory, he stepped out from the tour group and said to me "I'm feeling sick" and then his eyes rolled back and his knees gave way! The group caught him on his way to the ground and he got free emergency medical oxygen for half an hour before being evacuated off the summit by his tour group!!! His friends stated that he was considered the healthiest person in the group while he was gasping for breaths of life on the summit of Mauna Kea! Never saw him again.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Phillip Gary Smith

Group idea sessions rarely work. Why? Members too busy knocking down insights to hear the tap-tap of revelation

By Anonym 19 Sep

Christina Engela

The religious right sees every group trying to achieve equality with them as a threat, because if they become equal to them, THEY won't be able to abuse their human rights anymore. Giving other people equality WITH THEM, in their minds takes something away from THEM - POWER - and that TERRIFIES them. It scares them shitless.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Carl R Rogers

I am willing for the participant to commit or not commit himself to the group. If a person wishes to remain psychologically on the sidelines, he has my implicit permission to do so. The group itself may or may not be willing for him to remain in this stance but personally I am willing. One skeptical college administrator said that the main things he had learned was that he could withdraw from personal participation, be comfortable about it, and realize that he would not be coerced. To me, this seemed a valuable learning and one that would make it much more possible for him actually to participate at the next opportunity. Recent reports on his behavior, a full year later, suggest that he gained and changed from his seeming nonparticipation.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amit Kalantri

For few matters you need to be solo, for some matters you need soul mate and for many matters you need society,

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

There is no one or a group that would ever be able to achieve or accomplish anything unique except that they are angry with their situation.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Amit Kalantri

An assembly is extra slow in taking actions.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Vineet Raj Kapoor

If You Respect Their Preparation, You never Drop the Baton

By Anonym 18 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

Success is not reserved for a selected group of people who have silver spoons in their mouths. Those who have golden spoons in their hands can equally be satisfied by guiding their faiths to feed their dreams

By Anonym 16 Sep

Dan Groat

Human thought and human caring go on in one brain and one heart at a time. Groups are necessary. Regulations are necessary. Government, I would hope limited government, is necessary. But it all starts with the individual. Everything that is accomplished starts with one person, even if the group steps in and helps; it’s still one brain and one heart at a time.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Paul Bamikole

To place Jesus Christ in the class of mystics is an insult to the Highest.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Eunice Parisi-carew

Conflict can be healthy within a collaborative group, as long as everyone sticks to the issues and things don't get personal.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Christina Engela

Is human dignity and human life so cheap that the rights protecting it can be traded away to appease the appetite for intimidation and prejudice of a vicious and self-centered group - for whatever reason, power, politics, nationalism, or unity?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jonathan Lethem

They were drones, men costumed in independent thought who'd become slaves of party groupspeak. (p. 4)

By Anonym 16 Sep

Anonymous

It's about the ways in which girls deal with anger and aggression, as opposed to the ways in which boys do. The premise is that boys tend to be more direct in their aggression - physical confrontation - while in contrast, girls use an indirect approach known as relational aggression. Relational aggression is a form of aggression where the group is used as a weapon to assault others and others' relationships. It uses lies, secrets, betrayals and a host of other two-faced tactics to destroy or damage the relationships and social standing of others in the group.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Steven Magee

You know that when a group of utility workers are withholding their customer service identification cards, they are likely engaging in some form of illegal activity at your home.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Steven Magee

The biologically harmful effects of man-made environmental radiation was a jigsaw of existing information that needed to be assembled by a group of independent researchers that had a broad range of knowledge and were free of corrupt corporate government influence.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Nathan Squiers

Brian came in heavy at that moment on his guitar, the rapid, high-pitched squeal ranging back and forth as his fingers flew along the frets. As the intro's tempo grew more rapid, Bekka heard Derek's subtle bass line as it worked its way in. After another few seconds Will came in, slow at first, but racing along to match the others' pace. When their combined efforts seemed unable to get any heavier, David jumped into the mix. As the sound got nice and heavy, Bekka began to rock back-and-forth onstage. In front of her, hundreds of metal-lovers began to jump and gyrate to their music. She matched their movements for a moment, enjoying the connection that was being made, before stepping over to the keyboard that had been set up behind her. Sliding her microphone into an attached cradle, she assumed her position and got ready. Right on cue, all the others stopped playing, throwing the auditorium into an abrupt silence. Before the crowd could react, however, Bekka's fingers began to work the keys, issuing a rhythm that was much softer and slower than what had been built up. The audience's violent thrash-dance calmed at that moment and they began to sway in response. Bekka smiled to herself. This is what she lived for.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Steven Magee

When the police willfully break the law on video and then deny the event in writing, you know that you are dealing with a blatantly corrupt group of people.