I've always been attracted to stories about rebels - things that are unusual and sometimes dangerous. - Sara Sheridan
We attacked a foreign people and treated them like rebels. As you know, it's all right to treat barbarians barbarically. It's the desire to be barbaric that makes governments call their enemies barbarians. - Bertolt Brecht
They have exiled me now from their society and I am pleased, because humanity does not exile except the one whose noble spirit rebels against despotism and oppression. He who does not prefer exile to slavery is not free by any measure of freedom, truth and duty.
All children are born rebels and explorers until they're taught to sit still and obey. - Marty Rubin
Time and time over it is the ones who try a little too hard to be innovative rebels - and for the sheer glory of being considered innovative rebels - who then turn out not quite as innovative or as rebellious as they would like to think they are. - Criss Jami
A Christian who rebels against God’s Word is not a Christian at all - Fritz Chery
Life is, if anything, the art of combination. Of discrimination. Of freely picking one's own personal pattern out of a hundred choices. Not letting it be picked for you—either by the Establishment, or by the Rebels. Conformity of Hip is no better than Conformity of Square. - Sydney J. Harris
So few want to be rebels anymore. And out of those few, most, like myself, scare easily. - Ray Bradbury
Rebels revel in rewriting reality's restrictions. - Ryan Lilly
We need more people speaking out. This country is not overrun with rebels & free thinkers. It's overrun with sheep & conformists. - Bill Maher
You mistake us for abstaining your kind from undeserving happiness when all we do is to fight for our cause. We are soldiers, not rebels. - Calvin Vronsky, The Gambit
Don’t box your children in and tell them that everything is a sin. You’ll produce either rebels, or very boring people. - C. JoyBell C.
Relate to a life situation in the deepest sense: not from the standpoint of the ego that bemoans its fate and rebels against it, but from... the greater inner law that has left behind its small birth, the narrow realm of personal outlook, for the sake of renewal and rebirth. - Max Zeller