Challenges We Face Quotes by Peter Diamandis, Randy Pausch, Michelle Obama, Widad Akrawi, Ziggy Marley, Helen Zille and many others.
More than ever before in history, individuals can now band together to solve grand challenges. We face enormous problems, but we ‘as individuals’ have enormous power to solve them.
The brick walls are there for a reason. The brick walls are not there to keep us out. The brick walls are there to give us a chance to show how badly we want something. Because the brick walls are there to stop the people who donвЂ™t want it badly enough. TheyвЂ™re there to stop the other people.
What I know for sure is that all the sacrifice and challenges we face are worth it if we’re creating a better future for our kids. I just think if the adults are always thinking about the world we want to leave for our kids, we’re going to make the right choices every single time.
Armed violence and peace cannot coexist. We need to overcome the challenges we face and seek practical solutions. We must replace the culture of war with the culture of peace.
The challenges we face are never as important as the challenges we face up to.
Perhaps because the challenges we face in our country are so daunting, we are also tempted by shortcuts. We tell ourselves that if we invent a new acronym, or write a new empowerment charter, we can avoid some of the back-breaking work that sustained progress requires
Global warming is not only the number one environmental challenge we face today, but one of the most important issues facing all of humanity… We all have to do our part to raise awareness about global warming and the problems we as a people face in promoting a sustainable environmental future for our planet.
I believe our legacy will be defined by the accomplishments and fearless nature by which our daughters and sons take on the global challenges we face. I also wonder if perhaps the most lasting expression of one’s humility lies in our ability to foster and mentor our children.
Truly, the challenges we face are not Democratic challenges or Republican challenges. In fact, they are not political challenges at all; they are fiscal challenges, and educational challenges, and the challenges of figuring out how to take care of each other…
Education affects every major challenge we face in society. It creates economic growth, paves the way for peace and stability and helps erase the legacy of marginalization.
If the challenge we face doesn’t scare us, then it’s probably not that important.
People divide into groups where they talk to each other, but don’t talk across the divide. And yet most of the challenges we face in the world today are challenges that are to do with trade, with technology, with how you make sure that people are properly educated, reform your health care system.
Brick walls are there for a reason. The brick walls aren’t there to keep us out. The brick walls are there to show us how badly we want things.
Staying focused on a project or plan is one of the most difficult challenges we face. There is always the house to clean, calls to make, laundry to fold, deadlines to meet. Actually, there is only one thing that keeps us from our goals – lack of focus. And very often, lack of focus is caused by fear.
With the magnitude of the challenges we face right now, what we need in Washington are not more political tactics, we need more good ideas. We don’t need more point scoring, we need more problem solving.
Brick walls are there for a reason. They give us a chance to show how badly we want
To remain indifferent to the challenges we face is indefensible. If the goal is noble, whether or not it is realized within our lifetime is largely irrelevant. What we must do therefore is to strive and persevere and never give up.