The most important thing for us is to save lives.
Instead of me keeping my art a personal thing, we can use it to save lives, change lives and inspire.
Lets choose to do something really difficult, something that saves lives, and let’s do that thing with people we love.
Saving lives is not a top priority in the halls of power. Being compassionate and concerned about human life can cause a man to lose his job. It can cause a woman not to get the job to begin with.
I’ve learned that courage and compassion are two sides of the same coin, and that every warrior, every humanitarian, every citizen is built to live with both. In fact, to win a war, to create peace, to save a life, or just to live a good life requires of us – of every one of us – that we be both good and strong.
There are two kinds of people in this world, son. Those who save lives, and those who take lives.” “And what of those who protect and defend? Those who save lives by taking lives?” “That’s like trying to stop a storm by blowing harder. Ridiculous. You can’t protect by killing.
Animal research saves lives, but wherever possible alternatives should be used
Failure saves lives. In the airline industry, every time a plane crashes the probability of the next crash is lowered by that.
The information age has been driven and dominated by technopreneurs. We now have to apply these technologies in saving lives, improving livelihoods and lifting millions of people out of squalor, misery and suffering. In other words, our focus must now move from the geeks to the meek.
There is no difference between saving lives and extending lives, because in both cases we are giving people the chance of more life.
One act of pure love in saving life is greater than spending the whole of one’s time in religious offerings to the gods . . .
It would be so much better if we could share our insecurity, if we could all venture inside ourselves and realize that green beans and vitamin C, however much they nurture us, cannot save lives, or sustain our souls.
I’m just a regular mother who’s trying to save lives and be the best human being I can be.
I find trying to solve problems and save lives is far more important than my film career.
You have a chance to save lives! If you don’t take it, you may regret it!
[Television executives] are afraid to advertise condoms that could save lives, but do not blush about telecasting a National Geographic special on President Reagan’s pelvic plumbing.