Child Quotes

The child supplies the power but the parents have to do the steering.

Benjamin Spock

You don't really understand human nature unless you know why a child on a merry-go-round will wave at his parents every time around - and why his parents will always wave back.

William D. Tammeus

We look at adoption as a very sacred exchange. It was not done lightly on either side. I would dedicate my life to this child.

Jamie Lee Curtis

We look at adoption as a very sacred exchange. It was not done lightly on either side. I would dedicate my lfe to this child.

Jamie Lee Curtis

We should not be asking who this child belongs to, but who belongs to this child.

Jim Gritter

There is no friendship, no love, like that of a mother for her child.

Henry Ward Beecher

Television has changed the American child from an irresistable force to an immovable object.

Laurence J. Peter

A child understands fear and the hurt and hate it brings.

Epictetus

Child abuse and neglect offend the basic values of our state. We have a responsibility to provide safe settings for at-risk children and facilitate permanent placement for children who cannot return home.

Matt Blunt

I believe the best service to the child is the service closest to the child, and children who are victims of neglect, abuse, or abandonment must not also be victims of bureaucracy. They deserve our devoted attention, not our divided attention.

Kenny Guinn

Everyone is an abused child, if you think about what governments do.

Tim Roth

Child abuse casts a shadow the length of a lifetime.

Herbert Ward

If it seems a childish thing to do, do it in remembrance that you are a child.

Frederick Buechner

The childless experts on child raising also bring tears of laughter to my eyes when they say, \"I love children because they\'re so honest.\" There is not an agent in the CIA or the KGB who knows how to conceal the theft of food, how to fake being asleep, or how to forge a parent\'s signature like a child.

Bill Cosby

The river with its mask of trees cut a twisting path down through the valley. Two miles away he could see, beside a gigantic lonely oak, the white speck of his tent pitched and left while he went to record his homestead. A long time he sat there. AS he looked into the valley, Joseph felt his body flushing with a hot flluid of love. "This is mine," he said simply, and his eyes sparkled with tears and his brain was filled with wonder that this should be his. There was pity in him for the grass and the flowers; he felt that the trees were his children and the land his child. For a moment he seemed to float high in the air and to look down upon it. "It's mine," he said again, " and I must take care of it.

John Steinbeck

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