Quote by Sally Hawkins
I remember once giving my dad some drawings and writings and said, 'If you could just give these to the publisher, that would be great.' And I was about five!
This quote highlights the innocence and optimism of a child and their belief in the power of their creations. Despite their young age, they have the audacity to ask their father to deliver their drawings and writings to a publisher. It reflects the boundless imagination and confidence in their abilities that children often possess, reminding us to nurture and support their creative aspirations at a young age.
We are the party of all labor. The whole earth shall be ours to share. And every race and craft our neighbor. No idle class shall linger there like vultures on the wealth we render from field and factory, mill and mine. Tomorrow's sun will rise in splendor and light us till the end of time.
There is the expression of selfishness and there is the expression of selflessness - but economists or theoreticians never touched that part. They said: 'Go and become a philanthropist.' I said, 'No, I can do that in the business world, create a different kind of business - a business based on selflessness.'