Quote by John F. Kennedy
Our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this planet. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children's future. And we are all mortal.
This quote highlights the fundamental connection that unites all human beings - our shared existence on this planet. It emphasizes that despite our differences, we are all interconnected by the very fact that we inhabit Earth and rely on the same air to sustain our lives. Additionally, the quote suggests a universal concern for our children's well-being and future, recognizing our shared responsibility to create a world that they can inherit. Lastly, the mention of mortality reminds us of our shared vulnerability and the importance of recognizing our common humanity.
He learned by sight, scent, and hearing. He heard all that was said, and talked over and over the questions heard; wore them slick, greasy, and threadbare. He went to political and other speeches and gatherings; he would hear all sides and opinions, talk them over and discuss them, agreeing or disagreeing. Abe, as I said before, was originally a Democrat after the order of Jackson, so was his father, so we all were. He preached, made speeches, read for us, explained to us, etc.(remarks attributed to Abraham Lincoln's cousin, Dennis Hanks)