Coexistence Quotes by Vaclav Havel, Christopher Hitchens, Charles Colson, Mike Connolly, Henry A. Kissinger, Yasser Arafat and many others.
When it comes to the culture, there’s no such thing as peaceful coexistence. If we’re not defending truth, fighting for Christian values in all of life, the truth will be sacrificed on the altar of mainstream secularism.
Coexistence: what the farmer does with the turkey – until Thanksgiving.
President Nixon in his inaugural address indicated that he wanted an era of negotiation. Our reasoning was that whatever our ideological differences, whatever our geopolitical differences, we were condemned to coexistence by nuclear weapons.
We need to be ambivalent – in the essay, and in life too. Ambivalence – having mixed feelings, entertaining contradiction, living with fluctuation – is a widened embrace. It’s about the coexistence of things, and in that light, we have no choice in the matter.
Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.
A place like this wears down everything, and tolerance is no exception. In here, coexistence passes for forgiveness. You do not learn to like something you abhor; you come to live with it…You live and let live, and eventually that becomes enough.
We do not choose political freedom because it promises us this or that. We choose it because it makes possible the only dignified form of human coexistence, the only form in which we can be fully responsible for ourselves. Whether we realize its possibilities depends on all kinds of things вЂ” and above all on ourselves.
North Eurasia is one of the best examples of religious tolerance and peaceful coexistence of Islam and Christianity. This is a rare thing in today’s world, even in its most liberal parts.
Today, peace means the ascent from simple coexistence to cooperation and common creativity among countries and nations.
The functional uses of machines and innovative computer programs is not to isolate us but, rather, to promote coexistence. If used properly, it brings us together, granting unimaginable opportunities, magnifying the most quintessential and exclusively human capabilities.
Life is the coexistence of all opposite values. Joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain, up and down, hot and cold, here and there, light and darkness, birth and death. All experience is by contrast, and one would be meaningless without the other.
My priority will remain supporting those courageous individuals and organizations, among both Israelis and Palestinians, committed to bringing peaceful coexistence to the region.