Difficulties Quotes by Wang Shi, Phyllis Bottome, Sheryl Sandberg, Marquinhos, Craig Robinson, Michael Morpurgo and many others.
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.
Insurance companies, government agencies, and the pharmaceutical industry all push for mental health care that is brief, intermittent, and focused on quick fixes, despite the fact that many people struggle with emotional difficulties that can only be addressed over time using special psychodynamic skills.
Man needs difficulties; they are necessary for health.
When I have difficulties, I will not complain.
It can’t hurt to go to the people you love, whose blood type courses through your veins and whose DNA, from a certain angle, contains many of the same markings as yours. You don’t have to take their advice, but let them share their version of solutions to life’s difficulties. Good or bad – it could be interesting.
We need to have a modicum of faith in people’s common sense, creativity and will to survive and prosper even in the face of great difficulties and obstacles. If people could keep society running in the aftermath of the Black Death, they could keep it running after the U.S. government defaulted on its debt.
Blacks have experienced a history of victimization in America, beginning obviously in slavery and then another 100 years of segregation. I grew up in segregation. I know very well what it was about and all of the difficulties it placed on black life, and how we were truly held down before the civil-rights movement.
When people learn that I’m a qualified primary school teacher, I’m often met with surprise and a list of questions, including, ‘How do the children react? How do you do it?’ Children are some of the most open and inclusive individuals. It’s often us adults who have difficulties in accepting difference.
My mother’s feeling about men in general were always a bit of a mystery to me. She had difficulties in Puerto Rico with the men in her life. Her brothers abused her. It’s very easy to be judgmental, but more often than not, there are mitigating circumstances, and children are not usually aware of those.
I may have been in financial difficulties, but I’m not a pauper.
I always think about the difficulties I had to make sure I don’t get too comfortable.
We create difficulties in training, so we never think it’s easy.
We learn so much from difficulties.
I’m more relaxed. I know I have difficulties with some verbs. But if they get me, they get me. And if they don’t understand me, they don’t understand me.
I grew up in a humble neighbourhood in Argentina called Dock Sud. From my house, about 200 metres away was a football pitch. That’s where I spent my childhood. It’s a neighbourhood where everybody helped each other because there was a lot of difficulties. There, I grew up happily, because I learned a lot of things.
In college, I’d gone abroad to get away from a campus where I felt I didn’t fit in. And I started writing fiction, at least in part, because it was a way to feel like I was around people, to feel the energy and hum of others’ inner lives, without the real-time frustrations and difficulties of actual relationships.
There are filmmakers who get lucky with the first film itself, and then there are some of us who have to face difficulties.
Difficulties are things that show a person what they are.
To write what is worth publishing, to find honest people to publish it, and get sensible people to read it, are the three great difficulties in being an author.
We have a number of difficulties facing our nation, but I believe fatherlessness is right at the top of the list.
Through prayers I get the strength to face all the difficulties.