Unity In Diversity Quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche, Khalil Gibran, Barbara W. Winder, Frank Borman, U Thant, Robert M. Hensel and many others.
At bottom every man knows well enough that he is a unique being, only once on this earth; and by no extraordinary chance will such a marvelously picturesque piece of diversity in unity as he is, ever be put together a second time.
I love you when you bow in your mosque, kneel in your temple, pray in your church. For you and I are sons of one religion, and it is the spirit.
We can have unity in diversity and diversity in unity. We don’t have to be like one another to enjoy sisterhood.
When you’re finally up on the moon, looking back at the earth, all these differences and nationalistic traits are pretty well going to blend and you’re going to get a concept that maybe this is really one world and why the hell can’t we learn to live together like decent people?
The war we have to wage today has only one goal, and that is to make the world safe for diversity.
I can not, and will not judge, by what my eyes may see. For the skin on a man shall not reveal his true identity.
Let us have but one end in view, the welfare of humanity; and let us put aside all selfishness in consideration of language, nationality, or religion.
Peace requires everyone to be in the circle – wholeness, inclusion.
All the nations and peoples are too closely knit together today for any one of them to imagine that it can live apart. Peace has been said to be indivisible, so is freedom, so is prosperity now, and so also is disaster in this one world that can no longer be split into isolated fragments.
Diversity: the art of thinking independently together.
It’s so clear that you have to cherish everyone. I think that’s what I get from these older black women, that every soul is to be cherished, that every flower Is to bloom.
In this world, unity is achievable only by learning to unite in spite of differences, rather than insisting on unity without differences. For their total eradication is an impossibility. The secret of attaining peace in life is tolerance of disturbance of the peace. (p. 99)
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together.
Toleration is the best religion.
But once we recognize that many ideas that are taken to be quintessentially Western have also flourished in other civilizations, we also see that these ideas are not as culture-specific as is sometimes claimed. We need not begin with pessimism, at least on this ground, about the prospects of reasoned humanism in the world.
I know there is strength in the differences between us. I know there is comfort where we overlap.
No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent.