Men, I still think, ought to be weighed, not counted. Their worth ought to be the final estimate of their value.
People are almost always better than their neighbors think they are.
Feeble is the character, that bows to inflated ego, arrogance, and whines of affluent, whilst raising itself mercilessly on the humble and underprivileged.
We should have a State in which we could live and breathe as free men and which we could develop according to our own lights and culture and where principles of Islamic social justice could find free play.
Trials and difficulties may assail the life of a believer, but they also have the ability to remold his character and banish from his life those impurities which might impair growth and service.
A ‘real’ person, profoundly as we may sympathise with him, is in a great measure perceptible only through our senses, that is to say, he remains opaque, offers a dead weight which our sensibilities have not the strength to lift.
A woman can’t do anything about her appearance. Either she’s pretty or she isn’t. But her character is quite another matter.
Your character is a blueprint of who you are. People access and determine your pre-qualifications, assents and mode of thinking through the character you cough out.
Stay alert! Don’t let someone’s words blind you from their behavior…
They can say all the right things, they can make you feel things you’ve never felt before, but don’t be fooled; their actions will reveal their true character, desires, and priorities.
Behavior speaks; pay attention to what it tells you. Behavior is math; pay attention to what it reveals.
Stephen King is a great and incredible character.