Here’s a look at the most commonly cited quotes in the healthcare industry and what you can do to use them.1.
“The body is the most important part of a life.”
— Dr. Martin Seligman, University of Texas Medical BranchDr.
Martin “Marge” Seligmans famous quote was first attributed to Dr. Samuel Francis, an early 20th century obstetrician.
Dr. Francis had a strong opinion about women’s roles in their own bodies and thought that their role was to nourish and care for the body.
He was a staunch advocate of the importance of the vagina and wanted women to feel “more like human beings than machines.”2.
“We don’t need to wait for the sun to rise before we get our hands dirty.”
— Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft3.
“You are a beautiful creature, with a beautiful body, beautiful eyes, beautiful nose, lovely hair, lovely soul.”
— Bob Marley, singer4.
“I would have loved to be like that.”
— Michael Jackson5.
“People don’t get cancer because they are lazy or lazy people get cancer.
People get cancer for no reason.”
— John Wayne Gacy, serial killer6.
“If you have a baby, you can be a mother.
If you have no child, you’re just a little kid.”
— President Obama7.
“Women should be paid the same as men for the same work, but women should have the right to choose.”
— Senator Barbara Boxer8.
“There are two things that you don’t see in the world: women in the army and women in business.”
— Gloria Steinem9.
“When you’re going to get a divorce, you don�t want to be told you�re going to lose your house.
You want to know that you have someone who will help you.”
— Michelle Obama10.
“In the next two or three years, we�ll see that there are many more children in the next generation that are going to have their mother or grandmother.”
— Mark Zuckerberg11.
“One of the most wonderful things about this country is that it�s been able to evolve from a place where women had to be in the kitchen to a place that has more and more of these jobs that women now enjoy.”
— Sheryl Sandberg12.
“Our country is the only place on Earth that has a 100% child-free policy.”
— Susan Sarandon, cochair of “Girls Don�t Cry”13.
“It�s not that women don�T want to, it�m that they have to do what they do because it�re better for them.
It�s about the individual being the one to take care of himself and the family.
I think this is one of the greatest things that our country has done.”
— U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren14.
“That’s just my personal opinion.
It really doesn�t matter who you are, whether you are a man or a woman, black or white, rich or poor, whatever.”
— Joe Biden15.
“Every woman wants a child.
I know that because I�ve done this myself.”
— Meryl Streep, actress16.
“Most of us are more than a little bit afraid of the future.”
— Hillary Clinton17.
“For me, I have always been very, very proud to say that I have had two kids.”
— Bernie Sanders18.
“Your kids are not going to tell you that you�ve been selfish.”
— Al Gore19.
“Being a good parent is not an obligation.
Being a good person is an accomplishment.
It is not about being smart or being tough or being perfect.
It’s about being kind, compassionate and giving.”
— Barack Obama20.
“A good relationship is a relationship that is built on mutual respect, mutual understanding, mutual respect of all people and mutual respect for our country.”
— Sarah Palin21.
“Children, it is not a burden to them.
They have no need to be held back.”
— Former President George W. Bush22.
“Be a father and love your children as much as you love yourself.”
— Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush23.
“This is a great country.
This is the land of opportunity and opportunity comes from hard work and from doing your best.”
— Donald Trump24.
“Because the first person to take a bullet for you, is the last person to hurt you.”
— Donald Trump25.
“And I think that it is a blessing that we have this amazing healthcare system that is so well paid and is so generous.
But I think it is also a blessing because you can always look to me and see me having a good day.”
“Everyone is different, and that’s why we are here today.
We have different opinions, but we are all one family.
We are all human beings, and we are entitled to the same opportunity.”
— Sen. Lindsey Graham