Social Quotes

Quote means to repeat exactly something that somebody else has said or written before. A quote is also a passage or statement to give something as an example to support what you are saying. Quote has several other senses as a verb and a noun. Further, in this article, we have some of the Social Quotes.

Given below are Social Quotes :

"Crime like virtue, hast its degrees."

“Crime like virtue, hast its degrees.”

Jean Racine

“Society prepares the crime; the criminal commits it.”

– HT Buckle

“Corruption, the most infallible symptoms of constitutional liberty.”

– Edward Gibbon

“Among a people generally corrupt, liberty cannot long exist.”

– Edmund Burke

• “Democracy demands discipline, tolerance and mutual regard.”

– Jawaharlal Nehru

“Democracy and socialism are means to an end, not the end itself.”

– Jawaharlal Nehru

“Culture is harmonious development of the faculty in man.”

– Francis Bacon

“Custom, is the great guide of human life.”

– David Hume

“Custom reconciles us to everything.”

– Edmund Burke
"The crisis of yesterday is the joke of tomorrow."

“The crisis of yesterday is the joke of tomorrow.”

– HG Wells

 “A conservative is a man with two perfectly good legs who, however, has never learned how to walk forward.” 

– FD Roosevelt

“Civilisation is a method of living, an attitude of equal respect for all men.”

– Jane Addams

“The childhood shows the man as morning shows the day.”

– John Milton

“Where there is officialism, every human relationship suffers”.

– EM Forster

“Do your duty and leave the outcome to the God.”

– Pierre Corneille

“The first wealth is health.”

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Drunkenness is temporary suicide; the happiness that it brings is merely negative, a momentary cessation of unhappiness.”

– Bertrand Russell

“Without labour nothing prospers.”

– Sophocles

“Labour is the source of all wealth and all culture.”

– Ferdinand Lassalle
"Laws grind the poor, and the rich men rule the law."

“Laws grind the poor, and the rich men rule the law.”

– Oliver Goldsmith

“A true leader must submerge himself in the fountain of the people.”

– Lenin

“Child labor perpetuates poverty, unemployment, illiteracy, population growth and other social problems.”

– Kailash Satyarthi

“Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it.”

– George Bernard Shaw

“To be poor and independent is very nearly an impossibility.”

– William Cobbett

Quotations are used in spoken discourse for many reasons. They are often used by speakers to explain stories and events that happened in the past to other storytellers. Quotations are often used as a literary device to present one’s point of view. They are also widely used in spoken language when an interlocutor wishes to convey a proposition that they have heard.

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