Quote by Salma Hayek
At one point in my life, I was very involved with social causes. I'm still involved, but now I have a family and it's important to me.
This quote expresses a shift in the speaker's priorities and commitments over time. While they were once highly dedicated to social causes, they now find that their focus has expanded to include their family. Despite this change, the speaker emphasizes that they remain engaged with social causes but with an added emphasis on the importance of their family. The quote acknowledges the speaker's evolving responsibilities and the blending of their personal and social obligations in their present life.
It is against stupidity in every shape and form that we have to wage our eternal battle. But how can we wonder at the want of sense on the part of those who have had no advantages, when we see such plentiful absence of that commodity on the part of those who have had all the advantages?