Many differences are rooted in biology and reinforced through culture so it's important to acknowledge that. Because if you say men and women are the same and if male behaviour is the norm and women are always expected to act like men we will never be as good at being men as men are.
I sang a song at my sister's wedding. My mother forced me into that too. But that one felt all right.
When I saw corruption I was forced to find truth on my own. I couldn't swallow the hypocrisy.
Truth should not be forced it should simply manifest itself like a woman who has in her privacy reflected and coolly decided to bestow herself upon a certain man.
The need for this clinic is clear to me to the veterans who are currently forced to travel hours to receive care and even to the Veterans Administration that itself identified creation of a clinic in this part of our state as a priority to be completed by 2006.
Ours is the century of enforced travel of disappearances. The century of people helplessly seeing others who were close to them disappear over the horizon.
Travel works best when you're forced to come to terms with the place you're in.
Technology forced me to divorce a pixie and remarry a pixel.
I forced myself to think what is the new concept and it became clear to me that it was risk not only in technology and ecology but in life and employment too.
I decided at age 9 but I was reinforced at age 13 when a teacher told me I had talent. I can't say she really motivated me because I already knew. I knew I had talent. I went to the Jewish community theater and got in plays there. Then I went for the movies.'
I never wore a tie voluntarily even though I was forced to wear one for photos when I was young and for official events at school. I used to wrap my tie in a newspaper and whenever the teacher checked I would quickly put it on again. I'm not used to it. Most Bolivians don't wear ties.
I have nothing but sympathy for the people who are forced to work with me. I'm better now at picking out those that want to play that game with me and those that don't.
Success can't be forced.
We draw our strength from the very despair in which we have been forced to live. We shall endure.
Suppressed grief suffocates it rages within the breast and is forced to multiply its strength.
The law is an adroit mixture of customs that are beneficial to society and could be followed even if no law existed and others that are of advantage to a ruling minority but harmful to the masses of men and can be enforced on them only by terror.
Where justice is denied where poverty is enforced where ignorance prevails and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress rob and degrade them neither persons nor property will be safe.
What's really sad is that a lot of very talented people are being forced to do things that are very embarrassing and I don't intend to be one of them.
I think one of the downsides of the sort of obsession with romantic love and personal fulfillment is that the plain fact of the matter is that those feelings don't last for ever and so they better be replaced and reinforced by things that do.
I have the utmost respect for those who have come to this country legally and have contributed to the great melting pot that is America today. But those who have crossed our borders illegally have broken the law and the law ought to be enforced.
My friendships and relationships in the conservative world are not predicated on political correctness and enforced conformity of thought. They are based instead on mutual respect honesty and understanding - concepts many modern liberals should consider revisiting.
Religion was used as an ideology as a system of control. When they forced the veil upon women they were using it as an instrument of control in the same way that in Mao's China people were wearing Mao jackets and women were not supposed to wear any makeup.
Although religion was around me my whole life I never felt it was forced upon me. It is my centring my grounding the soul of me. I feel I'm nothing without it.
The American way was for commerce personal relationships and religion to be voluntary. No one was forced to participate in something he didn't want.