We talk a lot about infrastructure in cities, and it's talking about highways and it's talking about trains, but I think more important to people who are low income is, how do I get from here to there? How do I become part of the affluence that's surrounding me?
We talk a lot about individual rights, but in fact Americans are very willing to give up our individual rights if it means our property values will be protected, and so on.
We talk a lot about hope, helping, and teamwork. Our whole message is that we are more powerful together.
We take what's shown on television as the truth, and it isn't. News isn't even the truth on television. If you look up the definition of what news is, it isn't that what we're watching on the new -- it's entertainment.
We take what we think are the tools of spiritual transformation into our own hands and try to sculpt ourselves into robust Christlike specimens. But spiritual transformation is primarily the work of the Holy Spirit. He is the Master Sculptor.
We take unholy risks to prove we are what we cannot be. For instance, I am not even crazy.
We take to the skies, Stormblessed, Lunamor said. We will walk no more in coming days. This is the end.
We take to the breeze, we go as we please.
We take things for granted, and because we wake up every day, you start talking about what you're going to do next week. I said, 'Who told you you would be here next week?'
We take things at face value, don't we? You form an opinion about something immediately, but you ought to step back a bit. Take in the vista first.
We take these animals and completely violate who they are. We use them, abuse them, and deprive them all their lives…then we cut their throats, shred them and eat them! Morally, I'm against it, ethically, I can't justify it, and ecologically, it's just insane. The thought of meat-eating makes me shudder. As far as wearing fur is concerned, it is the rudest, most inconsiderate, selfish and sick façade I can imagine.