Children Quotes is list of quotes that will show you how innocent and pure children are.

Children Quotes

“Too many children in foster care are falling through cracks. Be a hero, take the time learn about adoption today.”

 

Bruce Willis

“War takes people’s lives and destroys property, but it does not resolve the world’s problems. If anything is achieved through war, it is to plant the seeds for the next violent conflict as the vanquished and their children will usually not accept the outcome.”

 

Bruce Van Voorhis

“The future is unwritten. there are best case scenarios. There are worst-case scenarios. both of them are great fun to write about if you’ re a science fiction novelist, but neither of them ever happens in the real world. What happens in the real world is always a sideways-case scenario. World-changing marvels to us, are only wallpaper to our children.”

 

Bruce Sterling

“I think when you’re a child, you just cling to the basics, which is the basic story of Jesus and the crucifixion and hell and eternal punishment and the flames. This was all stuff that was – forget when you’re young.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“All the music I loved as a child, people thought it was junk. People were unaware of the subtext in so many of those records but if you were a kid you were just completely tuned in, even though you didn’t always say – you wouldn’t dare say it was beautiful.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“I think that it’s a natural thing for parents to look for reflections of themselves in their children and feel a certain pride there. So if your child is very, very different, or perhaps if he’s very, very similar, it makes you uncomfortable.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“The one thing I wished for my children is that they’d be readers.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“I believe when your children are born that you are reborn in some fashion.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“No teaching is equal, more spiritually rewarding, or more exalting than that of a mother teaching her children.”

 

Boyd K. Packer

“Parents are with their children almost constantly and can observe when they are ready to be instructed. From questions or behavior or because of experiences in their own lives, they can sense that it is time to teach. Parents must know when the time for the lesson is now, right now, for their children are ready for it.”

 

Boyd K. Packer

“In all that we do in the Church, we need to provide the way, as leaders, for parents and children to have time together as families.”

 

Boyd K. Packer

“You are a child of God. He is father of your spirit. Spiritually you are of noble birth, the offspring of the King of Heaven. Fix that truth in your mind and hold to it. However many generations in your mortal ancestry, no matter what race or people you represent, the pedigree of your spirit can be written on a single line. You are a child of God!”

 

Boyd K. Packer

“Some worry endlessly over missions that were missed, or marriages that did not turn out, or babies that did not arrive, or children that seem lost, or dreams unfulfilled, or because age limits what they can do. I do not think it pleases the Lord when we worry because we think we never do enough or that what we do is never good enough….Some needlessly carry a heavy burden of guilt which could be removed through confession and repentance.”

 

Boyd K. Packer

“Keep the fire of your testimony of the restored gospel and your witness of our Redeemer burning so brightly that our children can warm their hands by the fire of your faith.”

 

Boyd K. Packer

“The ultimate end of all activity in the Church is to see a husband and his wife and their children happy at home, protected by the principles and laws of the gospel, sealed safely in the covenants of the everlasting priesthood. Husbands and wives should understand that their first calling-from which they will never be released-is to one another and then to their children.”

 

Boyd K. Packer

“The ultimate purpose of every teaching, every activity in the Church is that parents and their children are happy at home, sealed in an eternal marriage, and linked to their generations.”

 

Boyd K. Packer

“I think you’re the grumpy Kid in the Hall, I’m the nice Kid in the Hall.”

 

Bruce McCulloch

“Today is the child of yesterday and the parent of tomorrow. The work you produce today will create your future.”

 

Bruce Mau

“Love your experiments (as you would an ugly child). Joy is the engine of growth. Exploit the liberty in casting your work as beautiful experiments, iterations, attempts, trials, and errors. Take the long view and allow yourself the fun of failure every day.”

 

Bruce Mau

“Ever since I was a child I have had this instinctive urge for expansion and growth.”

 

Bruce Lee