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What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.
Every individual matters. Every individual has a role to play. Every individual makes a difference.
You aren't going to save the world on your own. But you might inspire a generation of kids to save it for all of us. You would be amazed at what inspired children can do.
Empathy is really important.. Only when our clever brain and our human heart work together in harmony can we achieve our full potential.
Let us develop respect for all living things. Let us try to replace violence and intolerance with understanding and compassion. And love.
Only if we understand, can we care. Only if we care, we will help. Only if we help, we shall be saved.
If you really want something, and really work hard, and take advantage of opportunities, and never give up, you will find a way.. Follow your Dreams.
The least I can do is speak out for those who cannot speak for themselves.
Your life matters. You can't live through a day without making an impact on the world. And what's most important is to think about the impact of your actions on the world around you.
The greatest danger to our future is apathy.
Change happens by listening and then starting a dialogue with the people who are doing something you don't believe is right.
If we kill off the wild, then we are killing a part of our souls.
I had a wonderful teacher about animal behavior - my dog Rusty. He taught me that animals have personalities, minds, and feelings.
Here we are, the most clever species ever to have lived. So how is it we can destroy the only planet we have?
However much you know giraffes, to see one in the wild for the first time feels prehistoric.
We are unique. Chimpanzees are unique. Dogs are unique. But we humans are just not as different as we used to think.
Having respect for animals makes us better humans.
My mission is to create a world where we can live in harmony with nature.
Every individual matters and has a role to play in this life on Earth.
We have the choice to use the gift of our life to make the world a better place--or not to bother
Young people, when informed and empowered, when they realize that what they do truly makes a difference, can indeed change the world.
A sense of calm came over me. More and more often I found myself thinking, "This is where I belong. This is what I came into this world to do.
It would be absolutely useless for any of us to work to save wildlife without working to educate the next generation of conservationists.
We could change the world tomorrow if all the millions of people around the world acted the way they believe.
I urge you to read Eternal Treblinka and think deeply about its important message.
I think I'd like to be remembered as someone who really helped people to have a little humility and realize that we are part of the animal kingdom not separated from it.
Farm animals feel pleasure and sadness, excitement and resentment, depression, fear, and pain. They are far more aware and intelligent than we ever imagined...they are individuals in their own right.
You're thinking about putting scientists into small cages and doing research on them. I wish it could happen sometimes.
It's up to us to save the world for tomorrow: it's up to you and me.
I have found that to love and be loved is the most empowering and exhilarating of all human emotions.
One thing I had learned from watching chimpanzees with their infants is that having a child should be fun.
To reconnect with nature is key if we want to save the planet.
Anyone who tries to improve the lives of animals invariably comes in for criticism from those who believe such efforts are misplaced in a world of suffering humanity.
Here we are, arguably the most intelligent being that's ever walked planet Earth, with this extraordinary brain ... and yet we're destroying the only home we have.
I don't care two hoots about civilization. I want to wander in the wild.
One individual cannot possible make a difference, alone. It is individual efforts, collectively, that makes a noticeable difference - all the difference in the world!
I cannot remember a time when I did not want to go to Africa to study animals.
Someday we shall look back on this dark era of agriculture and shake our heads. How could we have ever believed that it was a good idea to grow our food with poisons?
People don't believe that their actions really and truly are going to make a difference. But kids get it. They know. And they get all excited about the difference they're making.
Science demands objective factual evidence - proof; spiritual experience is subjective and leads to faith.
Cumulatively small decisions, choices, actions, make a very big difference.
Lasting change is a series of compromises. And compromise is all right, as long your values don't change.
We have turned away from the natural world. Instead, it's all about money and power.
What makes us human, I think, is an ability to ask questions, a consequence of our sophisticated spoken language.
We have so far to go to realize our human potential for compassion, altruism, and love.
I've always felt you don't have to be completely detached, emotionally uninvolved to make precise observations. There's nothing wrong with feeling great empathy for your subjects.
I like some animals more than some people, some people more than some animals.
I was even accused of teaching the chimps how to fish for termites which I mean that would have been such a brilliant coup.
It's not a pretty picture, but there are reasons for hope.
The cheapest and most efficient way of slowing down global warming is to protect and restore the forests, particularly the tropical forests