A recent survey or North American males found 42% were overweight, 34% were critically obese and 8% ate the survey. - Banksy
The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education. - Martin Luther King Jr.
Indeed," Fowler answered. He turned and looked at Tony critically. "I say, old man, but you're not much older than that German kid."Yeah," Tony grinned. "But I'm from Texas and meaner than a junkyard bulldog. Makes a difference, you know. - Robert L. Wise
The function of education, therefore, is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. But education which stops with efficiency may prove the greatest menace to society. The most dangerous criminal may be the man gifted with reason, but with no morals. - Martin Luther King Jr.
Don’t accept any knowledge or conventional wisdom without critically questioning it first. - Debasish Mridha
Think independently and critically, but never forget to think with understanding and love. - Debasish Mridha
Most bad people are good people that don’t know how to think critically. These people become the blind weapons of a society. - Debasish Mridha
The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and think critically. Intelligence plus character; that is the goal of a true education. - Martin Luther King Jr.
ultimately, the long-term goal is to have a critically informed public vote out of office representatives that are sacrificing children to the corporate bottom line with prepackaged teacher-proof curricula, standardized tests, and accountability schemes. - Pepi Leistyna
Parental Alienation is an emotional act of violence that is aimed at an adult, but critically wounds a child. - Steve Maraboli
Remind me to thank God I don’t have a sister.Caine eyed him critically. He was a filthy heap of blood and soot and sand stuck to the gun oil on his face. Yeah, without much enthusiasm. I’ll thank Him for ya. - V.S. Carnes
Education should enable a student to think rationally, critically, and ultimately to understand, accept, and adapt with new and old ideas. - Debasish Mridha