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    War and courage have done more great things than charity. Not your sympathy, but your bravery has saved the unfotunate.
    — Zoroaster
    tags: charity  war  courage  bravery 
     
    URGE is a grassroots charity. We organized to get some incubators to give to the hospital for the kids. We donate money to orphanages.
    — Ziggy Marley
    tags: charity  money  kids 
     
    When those who give charity do so without any sense of self-satisfaction and without any thought of reward, even a small gift is great. When those who aid others calculate their own sacrifice and demand gratitude and recompense, even a great gift is small.
    — Zicheng Hong
    Therefore, the truly great man, although he does not injure others, does not credit himself with charity and mercy (these are natural to him). He does not seek gain, but does not despise his followers who do. He struggles not for wealth, but does not take credit for leaving it alone... The ranks and emoluments of the world are to him no cause for joy, it's punishments and shame no cause for disgrace.
    — Zhuangzi
    Those who seek to satisfy the mind of man by hampering it with ceremonies and music and affecting charity and devotion have lost their original nature.
    — Zhuangzi
    tags: nature  men  lost  charity  music  mind 
     
    Doing photo booths and signings, and doing all of that for charity, and having dance parties every night, is so much fun. I like to dance, and I know other people that like to dance. It's a great way to celebrate the time that we're all down there together.
    — Zachary Levi
    tags: time  people  night  fun  charity  dance  photo 
     
    The greatest charity you can contribute to is yourself. Instead of spending a dollar to help feed hungry children, why not spend that dollar on hair gel so you can get the perfect cowlick?
    — Zach Braff
    tags: children  help  child  charity 
     
    The thing about all these charities is that who sees where the money goes? I don't and you don't. For all I know, the president of Make a Wish just used all the money to buy himself a mansion and a yacht. That's why I keep all of my money for myself, at least then I know I'm doing good for at least one person for sure.
    — Zach Braff
    tags: people  wishes  charity  money 
     
    I hope one day I will host my own charity event to give back to society.
    — Yani Tseng
    tags: society  charity  hope 
     
    I want to be part of a different kind of celebrity, one that thinks not just about charity but policy.
    — Wyclef Jean
    tags: charity  celebrity 
     
    Charity and good-nature give a sanction to the most common actions; and pride and ill-nature make our best virtues despicable.
    — William Wycherley
    tags: virtue  charity  pride 
     
    People that trust wholly to other's charity, and without industry of their own, will always be poor.
    — William Temple
    tags: people  trust  charity  poor 
     
    Charity is only a waystation on the road to justice.
    — William Sloane Coffin
    tags: justice  charity 
     
    We may not substitute charity for godliness; but there is room for the Divine love in the heart which has been touched by the human.
    — William Morley Punshon
    There is a kind of laughter people laugh at public events, as if a joke were a charity auction and they want to be seen to be bidding.
    — William McIlvanney
    tags: laughter  people  charity 
     
    The merit of persons is to be no rule of our charity, but we are to do acts of kindness to those that least deserve it.
    — William Law
    tags: kindness  charity  rules 
     
    He that rightly understands the reasonableness and Excellency of charity will know that it can never be excusable to waste any of our money in pride and folly.
    — William Law
    tags: charity  money  pride 
     
    If religion commands universal charity, to love our neighbors as ourselves, to forgive and pray for all our enemies without any reserve; it is because all degrees of love are degrees of happiness, that strengthen and support the Divine life of the soul, and are as necessary to its health and happiness, as proper food is necessary to the health and happiness of the body.
    — William Law
    Masonry aims at the promotion of morality and higher living by the cultivation of the social side of man, the rousing in him of the instincts of charity and love of his kind. It rests surely on the foundation of the brotherhood of man and the fatherhood of God.
    — William Howard Taft
    The Masonic system represents a stupendous and beautiful fabric, founded on universal purity, to rule and direct our passions, to have faith and love in God, and charity toward man.
    — William Howard Taft
    tags: men  beautiful  charity  rules  god  faith  passion 
     
    Our cares are the mothers, not only of our charities And virtues, but of our best joys and most cheering and enduring pleasures.
    — William Gilmore Simms
    tags: joy  pleasure  virtue  care  charity  mother 
     
    Our true acquisitions lie only in our charities - we gain only as we give.
    — William Gilmore Simms
    tags: lies  true  charity 
     
    Writing checks for charities is necessary and important. But it can't compare with corporal works of mercy, which are infinitely greater.
    — William E. Simon
    tags: work  mercy  charity  writing 
     
    Did Charity prevail, the press would prove A vehicle of virtue, truth, and love.
    — William Cowper
    tags: truth  virtue  charity 
     
    All zeal for a reform, that gives offence To peace and charity, is mere pretence.
    — William Cowper
    tags: peace  charity 
     
    Six essential qualities that are the key to success: Sincerity, personal integrity, humility, courtesy, wisdom, charity.
    — William C. Menninger
    Why not Bill Gates for president? There are so many businesses' that empower charities. How many men give away all their money to charities? Why not them for President?
    — will.i.am
    tags: men  charity  business  money 
     
    Equality before the law in a true democracy is a matter of right. It cannot be a matter of charity or of favor or of grace or of discretion.
    — Wiley Blount Rutledge
    Charity even for one person does not make sense except in terms of an effort to love all Creation in response to the Creator's love for it.
    — Wendell Berry
    tags: people  creation  charity 
     
    Charity is taking an ugly girl to lunch.
    — Warren Beatty
    tags: girls  charity 
     
    Some people understand the charity of our Lord and are saved by it; others, relying on this mercy and kindness, continue in their sins, thinking that it may be theirs whenever they wish. But this is not so, for then they are too late and are taken in their sins before they expect it, and so damn themselves.
    — Walter Hilton
    There are people in need of help. Charity is one of the nobler human motivations. The act of reaching into one's own pockets to help a fellow man in need is praiseworthy and laudable. Reaching into someone else's pocket is despicable and worthy of condemnation.
    — Walter E. Williams
    tags: men  people  human  help  charity 
     
    Charity is reaching into one's own pockets to assist his fellow man in need. Reaching into someone else's pocket to assist one's fellow man hardly qualifies as charity. When done privately, we deem it theft, and the individual risks jail time.
    — Walter E. Williams
    tags: time  men  risk  charity 
     
    Reaching into someone else's pocket to assist one's fellow man hardly qualifies as charity.
    — Walter E. Williams
    tags: men  charity 
     
    Whatever expenditure is sanctioned - even when it is sanctioned against the ministry's wish - the ministry must find the money. Accordingly, they have the strongest motive to oppose extra outlay. The ministry is (so to speak) the breadwinner of the political family, and has to meet the cost of philanthropy and glory; just as the head of a family has to pay for the charities of his wife and the toilette of his daughters.
    — Walter Bagehot
    The West doesn't have to love us. In fact, we should ask ourselves more often why people are so suspicious of us. After all, the West isn't a charity organization. How have we been perceived for centuries? As a huge, warlike realm ruled by despots - first by the czars and then Bolsheviks. Why should anyone have loved us? If we want to be accepted, we have to do something in return. And it's an art that we have yet to master.
    — Vladislav Surkov
    tags: people  master  charity  facts 
     
    There is no act of charity that is not accompanied by justice or that permits us to do more than we reasonably can.
    — Vincent de Paul
    tags: justice  charity 
     
    Charity is the cement which binds Communities to God and persons to one another . . .
    — Vincent de Paul
    tags: community  charity  god 
     
    . . . [I]n the kingdom of charity, one prefers to suffer some inconvenience rather than inconvenience the neighbor.
    — Vincent de Paul
    tags: charity 
     
    If you grant asylum to so many refugees, your house may be sacked sooner by the soldiers; I see that clearly. The question is, however, whether, because of this danger, you should refuse to practice such a beautiful virtue as charity.
    — Vincent de Paul
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