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The work of community, love, reconciliation, restoration is the work we cannot leave up to politicians. This is the work we are all called to do.
New applications will have to deal with big data. We have to analyze it on the fly, so we have to have a system that is transactional and analytical at the same time. We cannot have a multi-stage system. This is too slow for modern applications.
When reading fiction, we cannot automatically assume that what we read is fact.
We cannot even predict what kinds of emergent properties would appear when animals begin interacting as part of a brain-net. In theory, you could imagine that a combination of brains could provide solutions that individual brains cannot achieve by themselves.
We cannot know the young child’s personality by studying his systems of interest, for his attention is as yet too labile, his reactions impulsive, and interests unformed. From adolescence onward, however, the surest clue to personality is the hierarchy of interests, including the loves and loyalties of adult life.
In fact, the converse is true: At a time when the United States has been called on for a level of moral leadership, vision and inspiration not seen since World War II, we cannot afford to dissemble about crimes against humanity.
We cannot live being obsessed with what other people think about us. It’s impossible to live like that. Not even God managed to please the entire world.
I respect Bielsa a lot. For me, he is a special coach. I think the best coaches in the world work in different things, and a lot of coaches, we cannot train like Bielsa. It’s difficult to train like Bielsa. But every coach can learn from different coaches. But with Bielsa, I think all coaches learn something from him.
We cannot hope to effectively counter extremism if we just focus on schools, universities and prisons: we need to take this online as well.
We cannot get serious about helping the private sector create quality jobs without focusing first on the main drivers of our economy – the American middle class and those struggling to enter it.
My way of putting it is that Christians are called to live nonviolently not because we believe nonviolence is a strategy to rid the world of war, but in a world of war as faithful followers of Christ, we cannot imagine being anything other than nonviolent.
There are no rules for friendship. It must be left to itself. We cannot force it any more than love.
We cannot turn back the clock. We cannot undo the impact of technology. Nor would we want to.
Economic growth is important. But we cannot count on economic growth alone to fund the public education system our children need and deserve.
We cannot do anything that exposes the country to the risk of Jeremy Corbyn.
We cannot afford to have any large section of the business world in doubt whether they have broken the laws or not, and we cannot let the laws become a dead letter through vagueness. In this view it is clear that an administrative commission can render invaluable service.
I wanted to repeat we cannot vote confidence at any point on a confidence motion in a government that fails to have a climate target that’s ground in science and consistent with what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says we must do.
We cannot allow any uncontrolled situation and destabilization in the country.
The word of God is a Christian’s instructions for life. God speaks to us through His word, so we cannot constantly be running on empty.
We cannot stop anyone from criticising us.
I have a lot of respect for Ali Karimi and appreciate his football but we cannot get desired results with big names. It won’t work.
We cannot try to play in a manner that does not correspond to our players‘ characteristics.
Fifa has lost the trust of the people. We cannot allow the architects and controllers of world football to get away with dragging the beautiful game through the grime of corruption and bribery.
We are one people, and we cannot let the power of darkness or Power, Priviledge, and Control – destroy the Light.
We must learn from the past, but we cannot dwell in the past.
A good player is a good player, it’s just that we cannot afford signings that do not work.
If we cannot have moral feelings against homosexuality, can we have it against murder? Can we have it against other things?
This commitment to equality and justice for all are the ideals that our country was founded upon and what we continue to aspire to as people. We cannot be complacent, and must vigilantly affirm this again and again, as bigotry and hatred have an insidious way of seeping into our society.
We cannot allow those with mental illness or record of hate or violence access guns and terrorize this country.
In the United States Senate, we cannot do great things without reaching across the aisle and working together – and I look forward to the challenges ahead.
Social Security is a promise that we cannot and must not break.
We know that we cannot live together without rules which tell us what is right and what is wrong, what is permitted and what is prohibited. We know that it is law which enables men to live together, that creates order out of chaos. We know that law is the glue that holds civilization together.
Israel‘s relations with the United States are a cornerstone, and without them, we cannot make our way in the current global climate.
We cannot let our guard down in the face of terror.
But we cannot rely on memorials and museums alone. We can tell ourselves we will never forget and we likely won’t. But we need to make sure that we teach history to those who never had the opportunity to remember in the first place.
We may give without loving, but we cannot love without giving.
We cannot afford to balance the budget on the backs of America’s middle class and seniors and must do what it takes to strengthen Social Security and Medicare, including enabling the government to negotiate the price of prescription drugs.
But we cannot rely on foreign help indefinitely.
All of us suffer some injuries from experiences that seem to have no rhyme or reason. We cannot understand or explain them. We may never know why some things happen in this life. The reason for some of our suffering is known only to the Lord.
If we want to boost border security, we have to help law enforcement agencies beef up their resources to meet this demand. We cannot have one without the other.
I would say it simply: No one can give that which he doesn’t personally possess, which means we cannot transmit the Holy Spirit in an effective way, render the Spirit perceptible, if we ourselves aren’t close to the Spirit.
We cannot be indifferent to people’s life and business.
We cannot leave vulnerable young men open to the exploitation of extremists, both for our own security and their own wellbeing.
We cannot let terrorists hold this nation hostile or hold our allies hostile.
We cannot and will not rest until we have won true swaraj for the hungry and spiritually starving millions – until we have wiped out poverty from our land.
We cannot accept the status quo of throwing more taxpayer money into a broke and broken system.
The climate emergency is and remains the existential crisis of our times and we cannot forget about it because it has not forgotten about us.
Language is the friendliest of the things from which we cannot escape.
The fact is that it is reasonable for us to say that there is going to be an emergency that happens in this country that we cannot budget for. Katrina is an example.
There are far too many people in prison with poorly understood disability, particularly cognitive and mental disabilities. We cannot tolerate a system that just processes people rather than a system that fairly administers justice.
Democracy is not what we don’t want. Democracy is what we do want. It is a set of affirmative values by which we can move forward. If we cannot insert our values into our vote, and our vote is simply against what we fear most, then we are a ship lost at sea.
All of us, we know, not just in football but in life, that we cannot achieve important things without consistency.
This notion that we cannot be about jobs and stewardship of the environment is just simply not right. We’ve always done that well as a country. We haven‘t had to choose.
While we should never give up our principles, we must also realize that we cannot maintain our principles unless we survive.
We cannot change public life until we have changed private life.
We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once.
The biggest thing that limits India’s growth is democracy, but it is needed. We cannot overrule it.
That is the definition of faith – acceptance of that which we imagine to be true, that which we cannot prove.
We cannot run a democracy without a strong middle class.
If it’s stress of things that we cannot control, what you have to do is you mitigate that stress as much as possible. You’ve planned, you’ve trained, you’ve done everything you can in your power to mitigate the stress that’s facing you. And then after that, there’s nothing you can do. So, you have to let that one go.
Empathy goes a long way, for sure. We cannot have healthy, loving, mutually respectful relationships without it. But we’re not psychic. At least I’m not. And intuition can only take you so far, especially when a person’s sense of safety, comfort, and self-worth hangs in the balance.
When we cannot find enough extra money for policing, yet we are having huge sums to other countries in aid, it is time to start a serious conversation.
We live in a world where adolescents and young people, especially from key populations, are still left behind. We cannot fail to address their needs.
This mandate that I seek is about continuity and sustainability against disruption and stagnation, about moving forward versus regressing. We have to safeguard what we have already achieved. We cannot put at risk what we have; we cannot gamble away our future.
We cannot stop natural disasters but we can arm ourselves with knowledge: so many lives wouldn’t have to be lost if there was enough disaster preparedness.
America is home to the best researchers, advanced manufacturers, and entrepreneurs in the world. There is no reason we cannot lead the planet in manufacturing solar panels and wind turbines, engineering the smart energy grid, and inspiring the next great companies that will be the titans of a new green energy economy.
We will not only use the machines for their intelligence, we will also collaborate with them in ways that we cannot even imagine.
We are in a phase of democratization. We are constructing a democracy. We cannot construct a democracy with irritants.
There is always a secret irritation about a laugh into which we cannot join.
We know we cannot underestimate the importance of emergency planning in our region, nor can we assume we’ll have ample warning time. If an earthquake or terrorist attack hits, we won’t necessarily have advance alerts or opportunities to double- and triple-check our plans.
There are good reasons why natural selection has become widely accepted as an explanation of evolutionary development. When applied to mammals and other large animals, it fits perfectly. But we cannot assume that all evolutionary steps arise from selection, particularly when looking at smaller animals.
It is easy to dodge our responsibilities, but we cannot dodge the consequences of dodging our responsibilities.
Yes, we have ruined the Earth and have done an exceptionally good job of it. Yes, we should look at sustainable development. But we cannot afford to do things sequentially, but parallelly and make sure that we do not repeat our mistakes.
Employers will work you longer for less money and under questionable safety conditions because it is their duty to prioritize the bottom line. As individuals, we cannot complain. That’s why we need a union to speak for us, certainly when our safety, our health, and our very lives are at stake!
We cannot allow the indiscriminate entry of all those who come here only because they wanted to come.
We cannot afford to be color-blind, we have to be color-brave.
We cannot get by Auschwitz. We should not even try, as great as the temptation is, because Auschwitz belongs to us, is branded into our history, and – to our benefit! – has made possible an insight that could be summarized as, ‘Now we finally know ourselves.’
We cannot consume our way into personal growth. Yet, millions of us have bought into this cynical concept of faux identity.
We cannot do just one type of movies always.
Let me announce, with all the strength at my command, that I am not a terrorist and I never was, expect perhaps in the beginning of my revolutionary career. And I am convinced that we cannot gain anything through those methods.
We cannot have policies that punish people for taking action. Imagine the further harm it would have caused if the federal government banned civil rights leaders from boycotting buses in Montgomery, Alabama, or banning divestment from Apartheid South Africa.
Recollection is the only paradise from which we cannot be turned out.
We cannot let fear and terror dictate how we live our lives, no matter what. Life is a blessing with an expiration date, and we must embrace it while we can.
I go quite often to David Luiz’s house, and Willian usually joins us, as they are close friends. We have a barbecue, play video games, and we cannot live without samba.
We cannot control what emotions or circumstances we will experience next, but we can choose how we will respond to them.
In the name of the rule of law, democracy and human rights, we cannot accept that the rights of individuals (Arab or Muslim) be trampled upon, or that populations are targeted and discriminated against in the name of the war against terrorism.
I think the supernatural is a catch-all for everything we don’t understand about the vast other parts of life that we cannot perceive.
My view is that we cannot be ruled by fear. When we do that, we are not making ourselves see. We are not thinking things through. We are not looking at what works.
Smooth functioning of social life has always depended on the recognition of certain basic limits to behavior. We cannot simply say or do anything we wish, or offend people, without paying consequences – isolation, ostracism, etc.
We had to tell a hero‘s story, and the minute you have too many characters, it will take too much time in a two-hour film. We cannot do justice to each and every character.
Republicans want less taxes so we can create jobs; however, we cannot win by solely focusing on an economic message of lower taxes and smaller government.
Fellow citizens, we cannot escape history. We, of this Congress and this administration, will be remembered in spite of ourselves. No personal significance, or insignificance, can spare one or another of us. The fiery trial through which we pass will light us down in honor or dishonor, to the latest generation.
I’m really interested in the new nonfiction. I think the hyper-digital culture has changed our brains in ways we cannot begin to fathom.
The Ford Motor Co. should stand for something more than cars and trucks. There is a Ford way of doing things that we cannot lose… We need to be continuously polishing that Ford oval.
We cannot change every week our idea and philosophy as a club if you win two games or you don’t win two games.
The simple truth of our finiteness is that we could, by whatever means, go on interminably only at the price of either losing the past and, therewith, our identity, or living only in the past and therefore without a real present. We cannot seriously wish either and thus not a physical enduring at that price.
We cannot expect our men and women in uniform to be at their best if they are worried about their spouse and children back home.
Unlike most major American cities, Honolulu is geographically insulated from the rest of the country. When disaster strikes we cannot call on neighboring states for assistance.
We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.
Yes, we are all different. Different customs, different foods, different mannerisms, different languages, but not so different that we cannot get along with one another. If we will disagree without being disagreeable.
We cannot expect that all nations will adopt like systems, for conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.
In the areas where FGM is going down, it has been addressed in a violence against women framework. It’s a gender power control issue, and it is not something you can just educate people out of. It requires people to think that if they do it, there are ramifications. We cannot just rely on people’s good will.
We cannot just rely on the public sector or the private sector. We all need to work together.
We will never abdicate the security of the United States to a foreign country or refrain from taking action when appropriate. But we cannot ignore the reality that cooperative counterterrorism activities are a key to our national defense.
In December, I agreed to extend the tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans because it was the only way I could prevent a tax hike on middle-class Americans. But we cannot afford $1 trillion worth of tax cuts for every millionaire and billionaire in our society. We can’t afford it. And I refuse to renew them again.
We cannot teach people anything; we can only help them discover it within themselves.
The clear and present danger of climate change means we cannot burn our way to prosperity. We already rely too heavily on fossil fuels. We need to find a new, sustainable path to the future we want. We need a clean industrial revolution.
We cannot eliminate poverty without enabling developing countries to engage more people in economic activity that use natural resources, and we cannot resolve runaway climate change without creating wealth in a more equitable and less carbon intensive way.
We cannot have four more years apologizing to our enemies and abandoning our friends.
I shall suggest, on the contrary, that all communication relies, to a noticeable extent on evoking knowledge that we cannot tell, and that all our knowledge of mental processes, like feelings or conscious intellectual activities, is based on a knowledge which we cannot tell.
Regardless of our political stance, we cannot afford to perpetuate the Western car-centric model.
Open-mindedness is considered to be a virtue. But, strictly speaking, it cannot occur. A new experience must be redacted into old categories. We cannot handle each event freshly in its own right. If we did so, of what use would past experience be?
If we desire a society of peace, then we cannot achieve such a society through violence. If we desire a society without discrimination, then we must not discriminate against anyone in the process of building this society. If we desire a society that is democratic, then democracy must become a means as well as an end.
While we can remember the past, we cannot write the future. Only our children, the future of our community, can do that.
We cannot ignore the networks where there is an ideological battle going on.
We cannot hide from history.
Including women in climate policy and solutions can enhance the results, leading to more economic growth and sustainable outcomes. However, we cannot take for granted that gender equality and women’s empowerment in the field of climate change and sustainable development will happen automatically.
Four men are missing; R., Sorel and two emigrants. They set out this morning after buffalo, and have not yet made their appearance; whether killed or lost, we cannot tell.
Somehow, we fall in love with the films and don’t want to let go, but financially and physically, we cannot afford it.
When the culture of police departments is sometimes infused with bias or preconceived ideas against certain groups, there needs to be reform and retraining throughout. And unfortunately, we cannot rely on local departments to police themselves; we need intervention from the top.
Egypt is going through difficult times and we cannot allow it to carry on.
We cannot afford to lose the Medicaid funding for low-income women.
Every time a young girl comes in and asks me for advice, if you start your conversation with, ‘How hard is it as a black woman,’ or, ‘How hard is it as a woman,’ I turn you around. Because I cannot – we cannot look at the roadblocks and see the road at the same time.
We cannot change our past. We can not change the fact that people act in a certain way. We can not change the inevitable. The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have, and that is our attitude.
We cannot turn our backs on Europe. We are part of Europe.
We cannot understand our humanity just by studying individuals.
We cannot learn men from books.
Painting does what we cannot do – it brings a three-dimensional world into a two-dimensional plane.
We cannot be complacent about the determination of radical Islamic extremists to destroy our freedoms.
Countries are different. They make different choices. We cannot harmonise everything.
Since we cannot know all that there is to be known about anything, we ought to know a little about everything.
Wise choices can put us in control of situations where we might otherwise be tempted to compromise our principles. We cannot control all that happens to us; however, we can choose to be in control of our responses.
When we consider the beginning of our life, and compare the same with the eternal life, which we have in the promise, we cannot say nor find that we are at home in this life.
Privatization of the state-owned economy is not yet on the agenda. We cannot do it immediately; my colleagues would not agree to it. But we must put all forms of ownership on an equal footing immediately and let different types of ownership compete with the state firms.
There’s a big difference between France and the U.S. In the U.S., immigrants must work to live. In France, they’re taken care of by public finances. In France, there are millions of unemployed people already. We cannot house them, give them health care, education… finance people who keep coming and coming.
We can live without religion and meditation, but we cannot survive without human affection.
Perhaps if we all subscribed to the African concept of Ubuntu – that we all become people through other people, and that we cannot be fully human alone, we could learn a lot. There’d be less hatred and more harmony.
We cannot build up the idea of the apostolate of the laity without the foundation of the liturgy.
If people have the choice of where they settle in Europe, then we cannot be surprised that they choose to come over here in search of a better life.
Love takes off masks that we fear we cannot live without and know we cannot live within.
At the end of the day we cannot demonize the police, they are ones who keep us safe in society.
One thing we cannot put a number on is the number of casualties because people were never connected to their purpose in life.
We cannot think about playoffs. We just need to play the games.
We cannot turn away because a topic is unpleasant or vile. Why? Because one way to rid our society of evil is to confront it boldly.
We cannot blame globalisation for diluting our cultural heritage and music, as our music is respected more outside India than here.
We can believe we are being self-reliant and independent, and yet there is still clearly an overarching destiny, a Great Maker. So when we say we have faith in ourselves, we cannot really separate the small self from the large self.
In a time of serious budget deficits, immense war costs and a sluggish economy, we cannot afford to grant such outlandish subsidies to some of our Nation’s largest corporations.
Science is objective. And in my view we cannot take any experimental results seriously except in the light of good explanations of them.
We cannot always oblige; but we can always speak obligingly.
Justice is better than chivalry if we cannot have both.
I think our nation cannot stomach the notion of a woman in sexual terms whatsoever: that we are so puritanical that we cannot dismiss the notion of sex from our minds when it comes to women.
We read deeply for varied reasons, most of them familiar: that we cannot know enough people profoundly enough; that we need to know ourselves better; that we require knowledge, not just of self and others, but of the way things are.
We cannot comprehend what comprehends us.
To those who say Britain cannot afford to invest in infrastructure, I say we cannot afford not to invest in our future.
Every state aspiring to be part of the free world, able to decide its own destiny, deserves its chance. They may, in a not too distant future, contribute to all of us in ways we cannot imagine today.
We cannot be all the writers all the time. We can only be who we are.
As actors, if we are truthful to ourselves and we know what we can do and what we cannot do and just go after it, there are possibilities out there. If you don’t try, you won’t find out if you get them or not.
There is no reason inherent in the real resources available to us why we cannot move rapidly within the next two or three years to a state of genuine full employment.
I don’t think it’s fair that we cannot guarantee every child in this country a great education and that, in New York City, in some cases, your child is at risk in some part because of the policies the union endorses.
Women are not automatically second-class citizens because they live in Islamic countries. We cannot judge the position of women in Islam aright if we take the most conservative Islamic states as representative of the whole.
We cannot always control our thoughts, but we can control our words, and repetition impresses the subconscious, and we are then master of the situation.
We cannot allow the Trump administration to invalidate our nation’s health care law.
Britain is a European power. We cannot change our geography. Our involvement in the politics of European cooperation is one of necessity. Our wealth and our security depend upon it.
There is no one thoroughly despicable. We cannot descend much lower than an idiot; and an idiot has some advantages over a wise man.
Which is why we cannot say of the purloined letter that, like other objects, it must be or not be in a particular place but that unlike them it will be and not be where it is, wherever it goes.
The United States will rightfully go on deploring human rights excesses in the Soviet Union. And it is hardly likely Americans will one day espouse the communist ideology. But nowhere does it say we cannot live in peace with the U.S.S.R. In the nuclear age, there is truly no alternative.
We cannot deny that 80 or even 90 percent of the spiritual treasures from the past 3,000 years have come from Europe. There is no other Greek theatre anywhere else in the world. There is no other Shakespeare, Dante or Cervantes.
Knowledge is knowing that we cannot know.
We cannot accomplish all that we need to do without working together.
We cannot put off living until we are ready.
We cannot put Connecticut‘s future on the credit card. The state has had a problem putting costs on Connecticut’s credit card that it simply can’t afford to pay.
We cannot despair of humanity, since we ourselves are human beings.
Local Arab partners and the Iraqi government must lead the fight against ISIL. U.S. military advisers are important to this effort, but we cannot be engaged in combat operations. That is why Congress must revoke the previous war authorization and define our appropriate role in defeating ISIL.
In the dim background of mind we know what we ought to be doing but somehow we cannot start.
We cannot forget the need to use the law as a shield, but we must remember other forces of the law.
We cannot continue to blow up the federal deficit and place our children and grandchildren in greater debt to countries like China.
We cannot keep the Jewish state without being a democratic state.
The media does play a vital role in our democracy, and if we cannot depend on journalistic ethics, the nation’s in trouble.
Where we are as a nation is due to having an openness to the people of the world. It’s incredibly important. I firmly believe that we cannot shut our borders to immigrants. I think a fair and just immigration policy is good for our country and good for our society.
We cannot change the politics issue until we change the culture around it; until we talk about what parents do for their kids as an act of love. That’s a cultural conversation.
Remember, there is nothing we cannot achieve when we work together.
Nowhere does our Constitution say we cannot say something about another’s religion. Nowhere does our Constitution say we cannot say anything that offends someone.
If U.S. foreign policy results in massive death and destruction abroad, we cannot feign innocence when some of that destruction is returned.
As partisans of our own way of life, we cannot help thinking in a partisan manner.
When facing a national crisis, we cannot allow a political vacuum to exist.
If we cannot accurately measure poverty, we surely cannot accurately measure our efforts to tackle it.
When it comes to human dignity, we cannot make compromises.
We cannot always assure the future of our friends; we have a better chance of assuring our future if we remember who our friends are.
In an age of exponential change, we need the power of diverse thinking, and we cannot afford to leave any talent untapped.
We now know that we cannot continue to put ever-increasing amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere. Actions have consequences. In fact, the consequences of past actions are already in the pipeline. Global temperatures are rising. Glaciers are melting. Sea levels are rising. Extreme weather events are multiplying.
We cannot continually barricade ourselves under some falsified idea of race, because our idea of blackness and race is simply reactionary. Africans didn’t walk around Africa being black and proud, they walked around proud.
The United States will always be a global leader, and we need to actively engage the international community to make sure all citizens of the world live freely and equally under their country’s rule of law. We cannot, however, afford to fight other nations’ wars interminably or stabilize their regions.
We cannot have peace if we are only concerned with peace. War is not an accident. It is the logical outcome of a certain way of life. If we want to attack war, we have to attack that way of life.
There is nothing stronger than the American labor movement. United, we cannot and we will not be turned aside. We’ll work for it, sisters and brothers. We’ll stand for it. Together. Each of us. To bring out the best in America. To bring out the best in ourselves, and each other.
We cannot comfort ourselves with the idea that young people will take a greater interest in our politics as they establish themselves in a job, in their communities or in their family life.
We cannot be any stronger in our foreign policy for all the bombs and guns we may heap up in our arsenals than we are in the spirit which rules inside the country. Foreign policy, like a river, cannot rise above its source.
Well, as you’ve said, we cannot expect the people of China not to want to progress, so if you have an opportunity to progress, to develop your economy to a world class economy, it’s an aspiration that is natural and that, I welcome.
People don’t like it, but inevitably we need to think about both the costs and the benefits of health care. We cannot avoid the financial consequences.
We cannot continue to close our eyes to the fact that we have to truly embrace green jobs, new technologies and alternative sources of energy.
It is true that in quantum theory we cannot rely on strict causality. But by repeating the experiments many times, we can finally derive from the observations statistical distributions, and by repeating such series of experiments, we can arrive at objective statements concerning these distributions.
Can we ignore what is going on around us, can we disconnect ourselves, our own material situation, our spiritual selves, who we are, can we disconnect that from history and the social context of our lives? The older I get, the more I’m convinced that we cannot, that we are social creatures.
In this time of budget cuts, we cannot forget that basic science is a building block for scientific innovation and economic growth in the information age.
As much as I reiterate my affection for Elon, there is nothing Elon does that we cannot do.
We cannot continue to allow immigrants to come here illegally. And in this age of terrorism, we must not let in refugees whose intentions cannot be determined.
We cannot serve the Lord if we don’t have a heart of forgiveness.
We cannot afford all this illegal immigration and everything that comes with it, everything from the crime and to the drugs and the kidnappings and the extortion and the beheadings and the fact that people can’t feel safe in their community. It’s wrong! It’s wrong!
From closing the digital divide to after-school activities and eating well, we cannot afford to ignore the link between deprivation and underachievement.
We cannot just be nonracist. We really do need to be antiracist.
A well-composed book is a magic carpet on which we are wafted to a world that we cannot enter in any other way.
The problem with Muslim women is less that we cannot speak the language, but that no one listens to us.
We cannot have a president of the United States that is willing to abuse the power of the office of the presidency and be easily bought off by foreign governments, Chinese energy companies, Ukrainian energy companies.
We cannot sacrifice innocent human life now for vague and exaggerated promises of medical treatments thirty of forty years from now. There are ways to pursue this technology and respect life at the same time.
Basins of attraction, of self organization, show up as well in our complex social environment, in human organizations. Here again, while we cannot predict the result of any given input, we can say that it will likely fall within one of several areas.
We cannot expect to keep our nation’s secrets secure – or provide meaningful oversight for our intelligence agencies – if proper classification of our country’s secrets is as likely as a coin flip.
We cannot put off the difficult decisions for another day, another generation.
There is no such thing as an empty space or an empty time. There is always something to see, something to hear. In fact, try as we may to make a silence, we cannot.
We walk ourselves into ruts so deep we cannot see over them.
We can no longer stand for the Security Council passing resolutions and then in effect heaving alongside and taking a vacation. We cannot leave it to the secretary general to go cap in hand.
Once we know of atrocities we cannot remain silent, and knowledge inevitably leads to an urge to protect the innocent.
We cannot fight new wars with old weapons.
We cannot neglect the unemployed, underemployed and dislocated workers of America who need ample and widespread funding for federal job training services.
I have a funny relationship with religion. I’m a big believer in ritualistic behavior as long as it doesn’t hurt anybody. But I’m not a big fan of rules. And yet, we cannot live in a world without order.
We think that without cooperation with the Russians, we cannot achieve our goals.
Since we cannot change reality, let us change the eyes which see reality.
As Chomsky says here, clearly and in depth, the American empire is doing all it can to consolidate its system of domination. And we cannot allow them to do that. We cannot allow world dictatorship to be consolidated.
Participate joyfully in the sorrows of the world. We cannot cure the world of sorrows, but we can choose to live in joy.
We do not wish to impoverish the environment any further, and yet we cannot for a moment forget the grim poverty of large numbers of people. Are not poverty and need the greatest polluters?
It is pretty clear that they are ineffective in stopping the course of thought at present, but they have not always been so in the past and we cannot be sure that they will not be so in the future.
We should be uncomfortable with the growing gaps in our society, and we cannot allow ourselves to become desensitized to these injustices.
Until we fix the deep-rooted problems of economic inequality, we cannot expect young people to experience the best childhood and adolescence.
Providence has its appointed hour for everything. We cannot command results, we can only strive.
If we truly are the greatest city in the greatest country on Earth, we cannot fail those facing the greatest need.
We cannot live by power, and a culture that seeks to live by it becomes brutal and sterile. But we can die without it.
You cannot increase the efficiency of photosynthesis. We improve the performance of farms by irrigating them and fertilizing them to provide all these nutrients. But we cannot keep on doubling the yield every two years. Moore‘s law doesn’t apply to plants.
I have for some time now been deeply troubled by the growing difficulties faced by Christian communities in various parts of the Middle East. It seems to me that we cannot ignore the fact that Christians in the Middle East are increasingly being deliberately targeted by fundamentalist Islamist militants.
I guess I strongly feel that we cannot pretend that the Third World is not part of our world. We cannot say ‘OK, there’s that problem over there, let’s just close our eyes’ – we cannot do that.
We cannot insist only on issues related to abortion, gay marriage and the use of contraceptive methods. The teaching of the church is clear, and I am a son of the church, but it is not necessary to talk about these issues all the time.
Fundamentalists are panicked by the apparent disintegration of the family, the disappearance of certainty and the decay of morality. Fear leads them to ask, if we cannot trust the Bible, what can we trust?
We cannot police our way to public safety.
We cannot ‘fix’ the police without a revolution of values and radical change to the basic structure of our society.
We cannot have players who don’t give their soul.
Religion is the most important of all things: the great point of discrimination that divides the man from the brute. It is our special prerogative that we can converse with that which we cannot see and believe in that the existence of which is reported to us by none of our senses.
While we cannot predict the future, we will most surely live it. Every action and decision we take – or don’t – ripples into the future. For the first time, we have the capability, the technology, and the knowledge to direct those ripples.
Louisiana‘s coast is disappearing at an alarming rate, but we cannot ignore the important role the offshore energy industry plays in breathing life into Louisiana’s economy.
There is too much disagreement for disagreement’s sake. In a time of persistent challenges that still call into question our most sacred aspirations as a country, we cannot afford shallow callous divisiveness in our public debate.
Logic must look after itself. In a certain sense, we cannot make mistakes in logic.
We cannot afford to weaponize race.
We cannot build foundations of a state without rule of law.
The United States needs to be far clearer: we cannot and will not support any government where Hamas has a real influence and the security forces stop fighting terror.
We cannot solve the STEM gender gap without solving it for millennials. They’re our first digital natives, and they’re willing to learn quickly.
We cannot sacrifice our humanity in the name of security – or we risk losing both.
Perhaps there is only one cardinal sin: impatience. Because of impatience we were driven out of Paradise, because of impatience we cannot return.
We cannot compare Marathi cinema industry with other regional industries or even Hindi industry. It will be unfair for us. Every industry takes time to evolve.
We cannot afford to have the confidence of the public, victims, and witnesses in our justice system undermined because the wrong people are being found guilty and the real criminals are wandering the streets.
We cannot really communicate with our fans.
We cannot be unclean and expect the help of the Almighty.
Although I believe deeply that the Children’s Health Insurance Program and the Community Health Center program are invaluable, I reject the notion that we cannot reauthorize these programs without plundering other equally vital programs.
We have to get it into our heads once and for all that we cannot settle disputes by eliminating human beings.
We cannot give our students all that they expect, whether by way of the quality of their schooling or by way of the jobs that they were hoping to get. Student frustration is a worldwide phenomenon, pushing our societies into adjusting faster than they are used to.
Unless we form the habit of going to the Bible in bright moments as well as in trouble, we cannot fully respond to its consolations because we lack equilibrium between light and darkness.
We are more than just flesh and bones. There’s a certain spiritual nature and something of the mind that we can’t measure. We can’t find it. With all our sophisticated equipment, we cannot monitor or define it, and yet it’s there.
We cannot afford to walk down that dangerous path of government overstepping its boundaries into the most personal parts of our lives.
We cannot shirk responsibility from concerns for the welfare of the next generation.
I think that we have been able to demonstrate that we cannot just consume software, that we can create software that can be used all over the world, that we have that kind of talent in Africa.
Left to their own devices, the Tories will squash the life out of what Brexit really represents in terms of the chance to shake up political life and overturn a complacent status quo. We cannot let that happen.
We cannot afford idleness, waste or inefficiency.
We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails.
Alabama’s Black Belt region played a central role in both the history of our great state and our country. We cannot lose sight of the Black Belt’s significant impact in the civil rights movement and the fact that this area is home to some of our state’s most celebrated cultural figures.
We cannot wait for governments to do it all. Globalization operates on Internet time. Governments tend to be slow moving by nature, because they have to build political support for every step.
Local school districts should be free to adapt their academic programs in ways appropriate for their community, but we cannot allow mindless budget shortfalls to force wrongheaded changes to our children’s education.
We cannot do justice to the deeds of former times if we do not in some degree remove ourselves from the circumstances in which we stand and substitute those by which the real actors were surrounded.
We cannot afford four more years of this misguided socialist policies from President Obama and his administration.
This is a day of little faith – of few convictions – a day when men seem to have no great causes and no great passions. So in frustration, in disappointment, they are inclined to say, ‘You can’t change human nature.’ It is true that we cannot change human nature. But God can.
It is claimed, but with what truth we cannot say, that there is a well-defined propaganda among the aliens of colour to bring about the degeneration of the white race.
Without accepting the fact that everything changes, we cannot find perfect composure. But unfortunately, although it is true, it is difficult for us to accept it. Because we cannot accept the truth of transience, we suffer.
The partnerships between Schmidt and Giscard, Kohl and Mitterrand, and even between Chirac and Schroeder, have proved that political differences do not mean that we cannot work together.
I understand that we cannot make other people happy when they are unhappy.
Russia is a very different place than what we in the West are familiar with. We cannot apply our own values and judgments to the country. We need to have greater compassion and understanding and recognize that our similarities are greater than our differences.
Perspective gives us the ability to accurately contrast the large with the small, and the important with the less important. Without it we are lost in a world where all ideas, news, and information look the same. We cannot differentiate, we cannot prioritize, and we cannot make good choices.
It is my view that we cannot conduct foreign policy at the extremes.
There has to be a national consensus. We cannot legislate without overwhelming national consensus that religious and communal groups should be totally banned from politics.
We cannot leave history entirely to nonclinical observers and to professional historians.
I fear human beings, because we cannot predict the swings of a human being. They are capable of doing anything. I really fear that.
Scotland is not a region of the U.K.; Scotland is a nation, and if we cannot protect our interests within a U.K. that is going to be changing fundamentally, then that right of Scotland to consider the options of independence has to be there.
Whatever your views on Pakistan, our effort was that we have to engage Pakistan. They are our neighbours. We can choose our friends, but we cannot choose our neighbours.
Without words to objectify and categorize our sensations and place them in relation to one another, we cannot evolve a tradition of what is real in the world.
God exists since mathematics is consistent, and the Devil exists since we cannot prove it.
I believe Europe is burning financially. Europe’s problems are not going to go away. They are so structural. Yet, our problems are right behind them. We cannot just look at Europe.
We do not believe in immortality because we can prove it, but we try to prove it because we cannot help believing it.
Because we cannot know what God is, but only what He is not, we cannot consider how He is but only how He is not.
We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.
In difficult times, it’s important to speak up. We cannot change the past, but we can impact the future.
I’m looking forward to working for the ‘Tribune’ because any company that can invest in the Chicago Cubs has a view of the future we cannot begin to comprehend.
We cannot leave the Central Africans abandoned. Everyone needs to be mobilized to help this country build a future that Central Africans deserve.
It is dangerous for mortal beauty, or terrestrial virtue, to be examined by too strong a light. The torch of Truth shows much that we cannot, and all that we would not, see.
We cannot afford to lose any more people as a result of hatred.
We will have to accept a certain degree of legal immigration; that’s globalisation… In the era of the smartphone, we cannot shut ourselves away… people know full well how we live in Europe.
We cannot change absolutely everything in one season.
For more than two centuries, the defenders of liberty have put their lives on the line, because they have known that we cannot take our freedoms for granted.
There is no such thing as immaterial matter. All spirit is matter, but is more fine or pure, and can only be discerned by purer eyes. We cannot see it, but when our bodies are purified, we shall see that it is all matter.
The fight for freedom must go on until it is won; until our country is free and happy and peaceful as part of the community of man, we cannot rest.
I think the female gaze is important because we cannot have just one perspective on anything.
The problem for many people is that we cannot point to the underlying biological bases of most psychiatric disorders. In fact, we are nowhere near understanding them as well as we understand disorders of the liver or the heart.
As an already high-demand, low-density military asset, we cannot afford to lose the JSTARS’s BMC2/ISR unparalleled capability.
We cannot have that relationship if we only dictate or threaten and condemn those who disagree.
We cannot become what we need to be by remaining what we are.
We are all human, and we are all able to listen to music that we cannot understand. I used to listen to English music like Notorious B.I.G., and I didn’t know what he’s talking about in all of his tracks, but I’m a fan. It’s rhythm and a groove that makes me dance, so I’m convinced that my music can work in the U.S.
But, when Scripture makes a clear distinction between the act of creation and the process of preservation, we cannot accept the idea of a progressive creation process.
The final test for a novel will be our affection for it, as it is the test of our friends, and of anything else which we cannot define.
We cannot let another person into our hearts or minds unless we empty ourselves. We can truly listen to him or truly hear her only out of emptiness.
We cannot all be great, but we can always attach ourselves to something that it great.
We have to forget about the games we lost because we cannot change the results.
We cannot afford to fight our neighbor, even if we disagree on many things.
Your children live or die without you. No matter what we do, no matter how we agonize or obsess, we cannot choose for our children whether they live or die. It’s a devastating realization, but liberating.
We cannot reform institutional racism or systemic policies if we are not actively engaged. It’s not enough to simply complain about injustice; the only way to prevent future injustice is to create the society we would like to see, one where we are all equal under the law.