Needs Of Others Quotes by Barbara Bush, Andy Stanley, Mahatma Gandhi, Douglas MacArthur, Jennifer Armintrout, Esther Perel and many others.
Giving frees us from the familiar territory of our own needs by opening our mind to the unexplained worlds occupied by the needs of others.
Generosity helps us make a concerted effort to keep the needs of others in the forefront of our thinking. Rich people should not feel guilty, but we should feel responsible. We are called to be good stewards of the resources we have been privileged to manage.
The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions, and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. He does not set out to be a leader, but becomes one by the equality of his actions and the integrity of his intent.
If we truly seek diversity in fiction, we have to let the needs of others come before our need to define ourselves as social justice allies.
Women – – and men – – need to understand that a woman’s transition is often much longer. The caretaker must leave the place of orientation to the needs of others to the place where she focuses on herself.
Concern yourselves more with the needs of others, with the needs of all humanity, and you’ll have peace of mind.
Jesus has given me ample resources to meet the spiritual needs of others because He has given me Himself and He has give me His Word. But in order to meet the spiritual needs of the multitude, I have to spend hours alone with Him in the prayerful meditation of His Word so that my spiritual needs are met.
Care for life and physical health, with due regard for the needs of others and the common good, is concomitant with respect for human dignity.
We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity for our community… Our ambitions must be broad enough to include the aspirations and needs of others, for their sakes and for our own.
If you were to write your life motto, what would it say? Look out for number one? Or look out for the needs of others?
We can do no great things-only small things with great love.
We each have a covenant responsibility to be sensitive to the needs of others and serve as the Savior did-to reach out, bless, and uplift those around us.
Teaching the child to treat boundaries seriously teaches the child to respect the rights and needs of others. Thinking of another’s needs creates empathy.
When you engage in fulfilling the needs of others, your own needs are fulfilled as a by-product.
The opposite of love is indifference to the genuine needs of others.
The true price of leadership is the willingness to place the needs of others above your own. Great leaders truly care about those they are privileged to lead and understand that the true cost of the leadership privilege comes at the expense of self-interest.