Sense Of Responsibility Quotes by Tony Blair, Naoko Mori, George Orwell, Margaret Thatcher, Richard Wurmbrand, Tariq Ramadan and many others.
You wouldn’t be human if you didn’t feel both a sense of responsibility and a deep sadness for those who have lost their lives.
For me, there’s always a huge attraction in playing real people. But with it comes an incredible sense of responsibility because you’re playing a real person in a real event.
Enlightened people seldom or never possess a sense of responsibility.
The virtues prized in free countries are honesty, self-discipline, a sense of responsibility to one’s family, a sense of loyalty to one’s employer and staff, and a pride in the quality of one’s work. And these virtues only flourish in a climate of freedom.
It was in prison that we found the hope of salvation for the Communists. It was there that we developed a sense of responsibility toward them. It was in being tortured by them that we learned to love them.
DonвЂ™t nurture a sense of guilt; rather, nurture a sense of responsibility married with a sense of humility.
It is a sad reflection . . . that a sense of responsibility which comes with power is the rarest of things.
Climate change is critical to me because I’m a parent; I feel a sense of responsibility to the future. I’m not going to be around to see its worst effects, which are going to be hitting in the 2030s, ’40s, ’50s, but my kids will.
All People and things are interdependent. The world has become so small that no nation can solve its problems alone, in isolation from others. That is why I believe we must all cultivate a sense of responsibility based on love and compassion for each other.
For a man to act himself, he must be perfectly free; otherwise he is in danger of losing all sense of responsibility or of self- respect.
If we could muster the same determination and sense of responsibility that saves a country like Japan – or a company like Xerox – then investing to save women and children who are dying in the developing world would be very good business.
My enthusiasm for joining the New York Film Academy is predicated on my personal explorations into video as well as a sense of responsibility to share my extended experience of photography with committed students in both mediums.
Government is like a baby. An alimentary canal with a big appetite at one end and no sense of responsibility at the other.
At Netflix, we think you have to build a sense of responsibility where people care about the enterprise. Hard work, like long hours at the office, doesn’t matter as much to us. We care about great work.
I’m a pessimist. But I’m a pessimist with a sense of responsibility.
There is an odd sense of responsibility attached to appearing in a drama about a real piece of history. A work of fiction is fun.
I notice that when people have no sense of responsibility, you call them either criminals or geniuses.