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Let parents who hate their offspring rear them to hate labor, and to inherit riches; and before long they will be stung by every vice, racked by its poison, and damned by its penalty. (Quote by - Henry Ward Beecher)

I would vote for the man who's lived life, who's done different occupations, who's been out in the real world and struggled to make a living, struggled to raise a family, struggled with life as it exists. So I'd vote for experience, honest experience. (Quote by - Oliver Stone)

My occupation now, I suppose, is jail inmate. (Quote by - Theodore John Kaczynski)

No woman or man need ever suffer from ennui or despair; the panacea is occupation. (Quote by - Mme. de Surin)

All that is great in man comes through work; and civilization is its product. (Quote by - Samuel Smiles)

Film is not an easy occupation. There's a lot of occupations that are difficult and film is one of them. (Quote by - George Lucas)

No thoroughly occupied man was ever yet very miserable. (Quote by - Walter Savage Landor)

Woman is largely occupied with man's work; in the sweat of her face the eats bread. It is like taking a Damascus blade to hew timber withal. (Quote by - Gail Hamilton)

For more than 150 years free men in our countries have had the opportunities to educate themselves, choose their own religions, select their own occupations, accumulate capital and invent better ways of doing things. (Quote by - Charles E. Wilson)

If every man works at that for which nature fitted him, the cows will be well tended. (Quote by - Jean de la Fontaine)

Woman, no less than man, can qualify herself for the more onerous occupations of life. (Quote by - Victoria Woodhull)

One of the principal occupations of man is to divine woman. (Quote by - Jacques de Lacretelle)

And sure the Eternal Master found The single talent well employ'd. (Quote by - Samuel Johnson)

Nothing else is required than to act toward God, in the midst of your occupations, as you do, even when busy, toward those who love you and whom you love. (Quote by - Alphonsus Liguori)

The price of excellence is labor, and time that of immortality. (Quote by - Henry Fuseli)

It is observed at sea that men are never so much disposed to grumble and mutiny as when least employed. Hence an old captain, when there was nothing else to do, would issue the order to "scour the anchor." (Quote by - Samuel Smiles)

The hand of little employment hath the daintier sense. (Quote by - William Shakespeare)

One only "right" we have to assert in common with mankind--and that is as much in our hands as theirs--is the right of having something to do. (Quote by - Dinah Maria Mulock)

Modern society includes three types of men who can never think very highly of the world--the priest, the physician, and the attorney-at-law. They all wear black, too, for are they not in mourning for every virtue and every illusion? (Quote by - Honore de Balzac)

I believe there are more urgent and honorable occupations than the incomparable waste of time we call suffering. (Quote by - Sidonie Gabrielle Colette)

The busy have no time for tears. (Quote by - Lord Byron)

Occupied people are not unhappy people. (Quote by - Orville Dewey)

Blessed is that man who knows his own distaff and has found his own spindle. (Quote by - Josiah Gilbert Holland)

Occupation is the best safeguard for women under all circumstances--mental or physical, or both. Cupid extinguishes his torch in the atmosphere of industry. (Quote by - Marquise de Sevigne)

Colonialism is known in its primitive form, that is to say, by the permanent settling of repressive foreign powers, with an army, services, policies. This phase has known cruel colonial occupations which have lasted 300 years in Indonesia. (Quote by - Ahmed Ben Bella)


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