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A human being's first responsibility is to shake hands with himself.
German poet and philosopher 1844-1900+2
After coming into contact with a religious man I always feel I must wash my hands.
English writer and poet 1803-1873+1
Every street has two sides, the shady side and the sunny. When two men shake hands and part, mark which of the two takes the sunny side; he will be the younger man of the two.
The pure work implies the disappearance of the poet as speaker, who hands over to the words.
American writer and publisher 1859-19150
A man is not paid for having a head and hands, but for using them.
Italian sculptor, painter and poet 1475-15640
A man paints with his brains and not with his hands.
A people who have suffered so much for so long at hands of a racist society must draw the line somewhere.... the black communities of America must rise up as one man to halt the progression of a trend that leads inevitably to their total destruction.
A quotation in a speech, article or book is like a rifle in the hands of an infantryman. It speaks with authority.
American movie director and actor 1935 -0
A relationship, I think, is like a shark, you know? It has to constantly move forward or it dies. And I think what we got on our hands is a dead shark.
Lyndon B. Johnson
American president 1908-1730
A rioter with a Molotov cocktail in his hands is not fighting for civil rights any more than a Klansman with a sheet on his back and a mask on his face.
A schedule defends from chaos and whim. It is a net for catching days. It is a scaffolding on which a worker can stand and labor with both hands at sections of time.
A wife is the earth itself, changing hands, bearing scars.Source: The Poisonwood Bible
All I can do is leave it in God's hands and hope that my fans feel where I'm coming from.
British presenter, actor, comedian, singer, dancer and screenwriter 1928-20170
All kids love to get dirty, but if I wandered into the garage, my father would say: 'Son, you're not going to have filthy hands like mine. You're going into show business.'
George Bernard Shaw
Irish-English writer and critic 1856-19500
All the sweetness of religion is conveyed to the world by the hands of story-tellers and image-makers. Without their fictions the truths of religion would for the multitude be neither intelligible nor even apprehensible; and the prophets would prophesy and the teachers teach in vain.