Posts Tagged ‘proverbs about humanity’

Humanity — it is a pack of vicious animals with the capacity for unconditional love. 

Humanity’s insanity rises from our consanguinity.  

Humanity — a thinking inanity.

Humanity is a concept; it’s in need of a precept. 

Humanity and vanity, both gravity and fantasy.

Humanity — it’s a holy profanity. 

Humanity — it is everything on earth that is not honest. 

We love humanity; we cringe over other’s version of it. 

Love people; don’t expect them to do the right thing. 

Love humanity; prevent insanity.

Humanity is what we have in common — both what we celebrate and what we are ashamed of.

We become more human when we love.

Demons are just tired humans.

Wisdom is gentle with human.

Human is tender — with gender.

War is the hatred of humans.

To be human is to be both strong and weak — in the same leap.

It is human to be embarrassed and not hide it.

We need no excuse for being human.

The wise sit with their emotions; fools chase them away.

The baby loved is the bloom of humanity.

When men and women see each other as human, feminism will have done its job.

The toilet reminds us; we are not gods.