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Next to God we are indebted to women, first for life itself, and then for making it worth living.
We are indebted to Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin for giving us a weapon. The weapon is not a machine-gun, but Marxism-Leninism.
You are indebted to life until you help some less fortunate person, just as you were helped.
Men will never worship God with a sincere heart, or be roused to fear and obey Him with sufficient zeal, until they properly understand how much they are indebted to His mercy.
For instance, we're always fighting amongst each other. Who gives us the arms? And then we become indebted to wherever we are buying them from - with what? The very resources we need to keep there.
America was indebted to immigration for her settlement and prosperity. That part of America which had encouraged them most had advanced most rapidly in population, agriculture and the arts.
I let him know a hurt had been mended in a way that he couldn’t have known, and for that alone there would always be a piece of me indebted to him.
It is no tragedy to do ungrateful people favors, but it is unbearable to be indebted to a scoundrel.
If those who give are conscious of their own generosity and those who receive feel indebted, they are no longer family but rather strangers doing business.
We are forever indebted to those who have given their lives that we might be free.
I am indebted to my mother for the efflorescence of my knowledge.
The obligation to receive reduces our ability to choose whom we wish to be indebted to and puts that power in the hands of others.
To no form of religion is woman indebted for one impulse of freedom.
Feel indebted. Feel grateful. Then abundance grows.
Alexander the Great valued learning so highly, that he used to say he was more indebted to Aristotle for giving him knowledge than to his father Philip for life.
The world is indebted for all triumphs which have been gained by reason and humanity over error and oppression.
To no human charter am I indebted for my rights.
I was in love with a beautiful blonde once. She drove me to drink. That's the one thing I'm indebted to her for.
Emotion is the atmosphere in which thought is steeped, that which lends to thought its tone or temperature, that to which thought is often indebted for half its power.
The Right Honourable gentleman is indebted to his memory for his jests, and to his imagination for his facts.
I am as confounded by dogs as I am indebted to them.
Truth never was indebted to a lie
A grateful mind/ By owing owes not, but still pays, at once/ Indebted and discharg'd.
Few consider how much we are indebted to government, because few can represent how wretched mankind would be without it.
I mean, the world has already done a big, big effort to forget debt to countries heavily indebted and with low income. And that has given good chances to countries to get out of poverty.
The greatest genius is the most indebted person.
Money-getters are the benefactors of our race. To them ... are we indebted for our institutions of learning, and of art, our academies, colleges and churches.
The latest page I've been working is about the organization of the pantheon of the gods. Who's indebted to whom, how they are related, who screwed whose uncle or grandmother, all of that.
It is better to be the builder of our own name than to be indebted by descent for the proudest gifts known to the books of heraldry.
To your care and recommendation am I indebted for having replaced a half-blind mathematician with a mathematician with both eyes, which will especially please the anatomical members of my Academy.
I hold myself indebted to any one from whose enlightened understanding another ray of knowledge communicates to mine. Really to inform the mind is to correct and enlarge the heart.
A prince indebted is a fortune made.
If we are immortal it is a fact in nature, and we are not indebted to priests for it, nor to bibles for it, and it cannot be destroyed by unbelief.
Mankind are more indebted to industry than ingenuity; the gods set up their favors at a price, and industry is the purchaser.
I could always escape into this demi-monde of homosexuality, which I feel really indebted to. It stopped me being a 'mummy's boy.'
I am especially indebted to a 10th grade English teacher who encouraged me to read great works of literature.
When you are infinitely indebted for your body, for Knowledge, for things you have received, and for your own life, then you bask in the abundance of the Creator
Science, also, is most largely indebted to these beauty-loving Greeks, for truth is one form of loveliness.
That wee have of Geometry, which is the mother of all Naturall Science, wee are not indebted for it to the Schools.
I fear debt. I don't like being indebted to banks. I have a rule in life that I will get it when I can afford it.
To no form of religion is woman indebted for one impulse of freedom, as all alike have taught her inferiority and subjection.
Not in nature but in man is all the beauty and worth he sees. The world is very empty, and is indebted to this gilding, exalting soul for all its pride.
We are an indebted family going out for an expensive meal to celebrate getting approved foe a new credit card. It might feel good (at the time), but we're still simply delaying the inevitable.
Love! dearest, sweetest power! how much are we indebted to thee! How much superior are even thy miseries to the pleasures which arise from other sources!
I am indebted to the press of the United States for almost every dollar which I possess.
Ever since going up to university, I have accumulated new debt, and new means of becoming indebted.
I am much indebted to the good Christian people of the country for their constant prayers and consolations; and to no one of them, more than to yourself.
I am indebted to [my grandmothers] always for cradling me in the heart of Christ and encouraging my passion to press towards the mark of the high calling on my life, wherever that takes me.
It is to the press mankind are indebted for having dispelled the clouds which so long encompassed religion, for disclosing her genuine lustre, and disseminating her salutary doctrines.
I’m indebted to the teachers who shaped me - from the Sisters of St. Joseph at St. Croix Catholic elementary to the monks of St. John’s in Minnesota to my professors at Georgetown.