"Believe" Sayings and Quotes
I believe there are going to be millions of Catholics in Heaven because they trusted in Christ as their savior.
I'm proud to have so many great friends at country radio who believe in what I do - thanks to all of them.
In England, more than in any comparable country, those who are born poor are more likely to stay poor, and those who inherit privilege are more likely to pass on privilege. For those of us who believe in social justice, this stratification and segregation are morally indefensible.
I believe that you see something that you want to get done, you cannot give up, and you cannot give in.
If we have reason to believe someone is preparing an attack against the U.S., has developed that capability, harbours those aspirations, then I think the U.S. is justified in dealing with that, if necessary, by military force.
Mr. President, I believe your real problem is that you have somehow been unable to realize that you have won, not only won, but been re-elected by a tremendous margin.
I believe that the short story is as different a form from the novel as poetry is, and the best stories seem to me to be perhaps closer in spirit to poetry than to novels.
You hear younger women say, 'I don't believe I'm a feminist. I believe women should have equal right and I believe in fighting for the rights of other women, but I'm certainly not a feminist. No, no, not that!' It's just a word. If you called it 'Fred' would it be better?
We believe in the dignity of every life, the possibility of every mind, the divinity of every soul. This is our true North.
I believe that the concept of 'design' encompasses every aspect of customers's exposure to a brand, from the moment they hear about us to the first time they visit our store to the process of ordering and anticipating the arrival of their glasses.
Rod and I believe that it's our duty to set an example, which means teaching our children to treat others as they would wish to be treated.
I believe that interactive storytelling can be what cinema was in the 20th century: an art that deeply changes its time.
Everyone has to make their own decisions. I still believe in that. You just have to be able to accept the consequences without complaining.
I do believe in God. I was raised Catholic. For me, personally, I was always very thoughtful about projects that I chose for myself.
I don't believe it mattered to Timothy McVeigh who was president or who his congressional representative was when he blew up the Murrah Building in 1995.
I think that we should be eternally vigilant against attempts to check the expression of opinions that we loathe and believe to be fraught with death, unless they so imminently threaten immediate interference with the lawful and pressing purposes of the law that an immediate check is required to save the country.