Quote by Philip Knight
The trouble in America is not that we are making too many mistakes, but that we are making too few.
This quote suggests that the true problem in America lies not in the mistakes that are being made, but rather in the lack of action and mistakes that should be made. It implies that not taking risks or making mistakes can hinder progress and growth. The quote encourages a willingness to take chances, make errors, and learn from them as a means of driving innovation and improvement. It emphasizes the importance of being proactive and embracing failure as a necessary part of the process towards success.
The purpose of marriage is not to have pleasure and to be idle, but to procreate and bring up children, to support a household. This, of course, is a huge burden full of great cares and toils. But you have been created by God to be a husband or a wife that you may learn to bear these troubles. Those who have no love for children are... unworthy of being called men or women; for they despise the blessing of God, the creator and author of marriage.
The bottom line is how do we best provide for the security of the traveling public in light of a determined enemy who is adept at constructing well-designed, well-concealed devices which would not show up in a walk-through metal detector? We're trying to employ the best technology to identify any possible threat.