Master List of Values in America

As part of my Search for American Values project, this informal paper contains a master list of all of the values that I could quickly identify as being common in America at this time. It is designed for reference rather than to be literally read, although it has some introductory matter before the main list.

This list includes values at all levels and areas of society, ranging from the individual to groups, to organizations, to businesses, to political parties, and to overall whole-of-society and national values.

My original project conception was more focused on what politicians mean when they refer to American values, but I concluded that I first need a solid foundation of all values in America before focusing too intently on values that politicians may be espousing.

The ultimate goal is to identify distinctly American values. The full list of values here may contain values that are purely individual, specific to various groups, religions, or political parties.

Sources

A lot of these values are simply off the top of my head from decades of exposure to and close observation of American culture.

A good fraction of the values come from or are closely associated with specific sources or groups, such as:

  • U.S. Declaration of Independence
  • U.S. Constitution
  • Bill of Rights
  • Major religions
  • Major political parties and their wings
  • Political campaigns, conventions, and platforms
  • Politically-oriented organizations
  • Colleges and universities
  • Public institutions
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Native Americans
  • Academic research
  • General media articles
  • Archive search of NY Times
  • United Nations
  • Historic figures of U.S

In 2011/2012 the American Values Project produced a handbook for Progressives entitled Progressive Thinking: A Synthesis of Progressive Values, Beliefs, and Positions (or view in Scribd or read a summary of it in What It Means To Be A Progressive: A Manifesto), which is the best effort I have encountered at trying codify American values, at least at a relatively high level, albeit from the progressive, liberal, and big government perspectives.

It focuses on what I call collective values, which is what I was originally interested in when I started my project, while this informal paper covers all values in America, individual as well as collective, as well as non-government organizational values. Still, their handbook is a good starting point for discussion from the political (government) perspective.

Values, beliefs, principles, ideals, virtues, rights, issues, qualities, and characteristics

This informal paper makes no distinction between values, beliefs, principles, ideals, virtues, rights, issues, qualities, and characteristics — they’re all treated as values from the perspective of this paper, to the degree that they have at least a vague sense of relating to values.

Beliefs, issues, qualities, and characteristics that are merely incidental or descriptive are not included. They need some sort of sense of value to make it on to this list.

Values vs. principles

It is truly a fool’s errand to try to nail down some universally accepted, acceptable, and actually useful distinction between values and principles. In short, it’s a subjective exercise. Which of the two is more universal? Which of the two is more subjective? In fact, the situation is so muddled that two groups of equally intelligent, educated, experienced, and wise individuals could insist on polar opposite interpretations of the two terms.

Our solution here is to… punt and include both. To me, personally, they truly do overlap, and that’s where the… value is, at least in… principle.

Qualities that are valued

Possibly the largest fraction of the items on the list are qualities. Qualities are the simplest way of thinking about whether an item belongs on the list as a value. These are qualities that people seek, reward, or are attracted to — that they value.

Platitudes

Platitudes are included here as well, such as “Never give up”, “You never know”, or “Believe in yourself”, to the extent that they do a decent job of encapsulating the true sentiment of a serious value than more clinical terms, such as perseverance, patience, optimism, and self-esteem. Both the platitude and clinical values would be included.

Platitudes which are too trite or cynical, such as “Blonds have more fun” or “Trust no one”, would not be included, but generally a platitude would be included if it represents a sentiment for a value that a lot of people would relate to, such as “Busy as a bee” or “Burning the midnight oil” — illustrating the more clinical term of industriousness.

Goals and aspirations

Many values are aspirational in nature — something to hope and strive for rather than presumed and taken for granted.

Religious values

Religious values are included here, not intending to endorse or support any religion per se, but simply to accurately report the presence of religious values in America.

Political values

Political values are included here, not intending to endorse or support any political party per se, but simply to accurately report the presence of political values in America.

Non-values

There is a separate list at the end of this paper for qualities which are not considered values or positive sentiments in America, like cynicism, arrogance, and “Trust no one.”

Non-universality

No claim of universality is made for values on this list, simply that some people hold a belief in the value.

Interpretation

This list does not attempt to address or resolve the issue of multiple interpretations of a value, such as fairness and justice.

Aspirational

Many people don’t truly live all of the values they believe in on a regular basis, but that’s why values are aspirational. They are goals, to be worked towards.

Virtues

Once you starting really living a value on a regular basis, then it can be said to be one of your virtues.

Comprehensive but not exhaustive

This list is not represented as being absolutely exhaustive (although certainly exhausting!), but it is represented as intending to be reasonably comprehensive — covering all areas of life in America.

Foundation

The goal here is to establish a solid foundation on which further efforts on American values can be based. To establish a baseline.

Artificial intelligence

A secondary motivation or derivative benefit of this master list of values is its utility in more advanced artificial intelligence (AI.) As machines become more capable of human-like behavior with emotional and social intelligence, values become an issue. Values can manifest themselves in an advanced AI in several ways:

  • Coping with people. As mechanical and formal as a machine might want to be, decisions and actions will increasingly need to reflect the human values of the human masters or users of the machines.
  • Machines adopting human-like values. Advanced AI systems will increasingly find it advantageous to reason and act with human-like values, even for machine to machine interactions when no humans are involved. Networks of AI machines will take on many of the qualities of human societies, groups, and organizations, as well as even one on one and small informal group interactions.
  • Machine values. Machine interactions have possibilities and requirements that can differ dramatically from human interactions, so that values important to machine interactions may be somewhat different from human values. And as AI intelligence eventually transcends human intelligence, it would not be surprising to see machines with values that transcend human values.

I see the utility of this master list of (human) values as:

  1. A starting point for discussion of what human values may be relevant to advanced AI.
  2. A design test of how value-ful an advanced AI is.
  3. A QA check list to validate the values of an advanced AI.
  4. A starting point for developing a more full list of human values in preparation for Strong AI that is truly human-like. More comprehensive. More complete. More detailed. More consistent.
  5. A seed set of values that could be used to develop an AI algorithm that could mine Internet and media content for values and value-like propositions. Eventually AI systems will need to be able to learn values rather than be merely pre-programmed with fixed values.

The master list presented here was constructed entirely by hand. It would be nice to automate that process. Whether it is easy or difficult to automate this process is an open question.

Everything that’s good about America

That about sums up the general sense of what values are all about.

That’s not a completely accurate statement since the main focus is on qualities, not things themselves.

The U.S. founding documents — Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights — are not on the list per se, but the values, rights, and principles contained in those documents are.

It’s the concepts that are values, not their physical representation.

The master list of values present in America

The list of American values is presented alphabetically for convenient access.

There is some duplication, primarily for multi-word terms so that you can look up a term alphabetically by the most important word in the term.

You can also use your browser’s search function to directly go to a keyword or phrase.

This list is not claimed to be absolutely exhaustive, but the goal is for it to be reasonably comprehensive and as exhaustive as humanly possible. Please comment if you feel any values are missing.

The values are numbered merely for convenient reference. No ordering is implied.

Not everyone in America will agree with every value on this list. Presence on this list only means that at least a few people are likely to concur with the sentiment behind a given value.

Most terms are fairly self-explanatory, but please feel free to comment on terms that cry out for explanation.

This list will continue to be updated. Please feel free to comment on any errors or omissions.

  1. 10 Commandments
  2. 14 words — We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children — White supremacist slogan
  3. A good understanding of the Bible is indispensable for the development of an educated citizenry
  4. A strong national defense is necessary to preserve freedom and opportunity in America
  5. A world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people — UDHR
  6. Ability
  7. Ability — From each according to their ability, to each according to their needs
  8. Ability to see the relationship between the workaday, economic realities of American life and the nation’s highest moral and political principles
  9. Above all, try something
  10. Absolute
  11. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority — Jefferson
  12. Absolute certainty
  13. Abstaining from harmful behavior
  14. Abstaining from harmful behavior — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 4 — Sila — Samma kammanta — Right conduct or Right Action involves abstaining from harmful behaviors, such as killing, stealing, and careless sex
  15. Abstinence
  16. Abstinence from alcohol, tobacco, and drugs — Regard for mind and body
  17. Abundance
  18. Accept yourself — Know yourself and learn to accept yourself
  19. Accepting personal accountability to meet organizational needs
  20. Accepting personal accountability to improve organizational systems
  21. Accepting personal accountability to help others improve their effectiveness
  22. Acceptance of the mantle of liberal world order, leadership of it, structure of it, and urgent necessity of it
  23. Accepting the results of elections
  24. Access — to anything and everything
  25. Access to economic opportunity
  26. Access to medicines and vaccines
  27. Access to opportunity
  28. Access to opportunity — Leaving the provision of common human needs to the private marketplace guarantees a starkly inegalitarian class system of access to opportunity
  29. Access to education
  30. Access to healthcare
  31. Access to public service
  32. Access to public service — Everyone has the right of equal access to public service in his country — UDHR
  33. Accessibility
  34. Accessibility — Application software
  35. Accessibility — Devices
  36. Accessibility — Facilities
  37. Accidents — There are no accidents — every event has its cause
  38. Accomplish the impossible
  39. Accomplish more with less
  40. Accomplishing bold deeds
  41. Accomplishment
  42. Accomplishment — Pride in accomplishment
  43. Accountability
  44. Accountability — Entrust team members with responsibility and accountability
  45. Accountable, efficient, and well-run government
  46. Accountable government
  47. Accused of a crime — No one can be accused and convicted of a crime for an action which was not a crime at the time — no Ex Post Facto law
  48. Achieve common goals
  49. Achieve great success through personal effort
  50. Achieve a higher state of consciousness
  51. Achieve a higher state of consciousness — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 8 — Samadhi — Samma samadhi — Right Concentration — Meditate to achieve a higher state of consciousness
  52. Achieving national objectives and strategies
  53. Achieving national objectives and strategies — Focusing resources to achieve national objectives and strategies
  54. Achieving organizational objectives and strategies
  55. Achieving organizational objectives and strategies — Focusing resources to achieve organizational objectives and strategies
  56. Achieving social objectives and strategies
  57. Achieving social objectives and strategies — Focusing resources to achieve social objectives and strategies
  58. Achievement
  59. Achievement — Action and achievement oriented
  60. Achievement — Advancing human achievement
  61. Achievement — Common standard of achievement for all
  62. Achievement — Common standard of achievement for all peoples of all nations
  63. Achievement, action, work, and materialism
  64. Achievement oriented
  65. Acknowledge and forgive acceptable mistakes — including your own
  66. Acknowledgement
  67. Acknowledgement of the spirits and the elders
  68. Acquire land at reasonable prices
  69. Acquiring, possessing, and protecting property
  70. Acquiring, possessing, and protecting property is a natural, essential, and inherent right
  71. Acquisitiveness
  72. Acquisitiveness — Materialism and acquisitiveness
  73. Act morally — Expect both officers and soldiers to act morally and display the character of republicans
  74. Act towards one another — All human beings are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood — UDHR
  75. Act with dignity
  76. Acting
  77. Acting — Movies
  78. Acting — Theater
  79. Acting to explore new possibilities
  80. Acting to explore new possibilities — Leaders are curious about new possibilities and act to explore them
  81. Action
  82. Action — Achievement, action, work, and materialism
  83. Action — Bias for action
  84. Action — Decisive action
  85. Action — Not complaining, and instead taking practical action to improve one’s situation
  86. Action — Uphold values and principles in every action and decision
  87. Action orientation
  88. Action and achievement oriented
  89. Action and work orientation
  90. Actions — Many decisions and actions are reversible and do not need extensive study
  91. Actions — Spiritually-led actions
  92. Actions speak louder than words
  93. Actions that involve the transfer of rights must have the protection of the state and cannot be justly abrogated
  94. Active
  95. Active citizens
  96. Active involvement
  97. Active military leaders
  98. Active nonviolent resistance to evil
  99. Active participants in the decisions that affect us
  100. Active participants in the decisions that affect us — All individuals, communities, and peoples are active participants in the decisions that affect them
  101. Active participation in public life
  102. Actively building relationships with all the constituencies of the organization
  103. Activism
  104. Activism — Public activism
  105. Activist
  106. Activist foreign policy
  107. Activist foreign policy — Wilsonianism
  108. Activities — fishing, hunting, gardening, bird watching, etc.
  109. Acts of carelessness which expose men or things to danger and damage are culpable transgressions
  110. Acuity of political analysis
  111. Acuity and depth of political analysis
  112. Acute sense of duty
  113. Adam Smith’s invisible hand
  114. John Adams — Founding father
  115. Adding value to the business — Only ask for work that adds value to the organization
  116. Adding value to the business — Work that adds value to the organization
  117. Adding value to the organization — Only ask for work that adds value to the organization
  118. Adding value to the organization — Work that adds value to the organization
  119. Adequate income
  120. Adequate medical care
  121. Adequate standard of living
  122. Adequate standard of living — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  123. Administrators
  124. Administrators need flexibility to innovate in education
  125. Administrators need flexibility to hold accountable all those responsible for student performance
  126. Administration
  127. Administration of justice
  128. Administration of justice — Unobstructed administration of justice
  129. Administrative republic
  130. Adoption
  131. Adoption — Families formed or enlarged by adoption strengthen our communities and ennoble our nation
  132. Adoption — Private entities which facilitate adoptions enrich our communities
  133. Adult entertainment
  134. Adultery and incestual relationships are prohibited
  135. Advance common interests
  136. Advance the common good
  137. Advance society’s welfare
  138. Advance your ideals
  139. Advanced technologies
  140. Advanced technologies — Lead in advanced technologies and quality
  141. Advanced technologies — Lead in advanced technologies and quality in creating the world’s best products
  142. Advancing human achievement
  143. Advancement of the Christian faith
  144. Advancing human rights
  145. Advancing peace
  146. Advantage
  147. Advantages derived from loans of money or of victuals are usury
  148. Adventure
  149. Adventurous
  150. Advocacy
  151. Advocate for harmonious relationships between peoples and nations
  152. Advocate peace over military intervention, always
  153. Advocate the use of government to allay social ills and advance society’s welfare
  154. Affection
  155. Affirmation
  156. Affordable college education
  157. Affordable housing
  158. Affordable health care
  159. Africa’s extraordinary potential
  160. Aftermath of nonviolence is the creation of the Beloved Community
  161. Aftermath of nonviolence is reconciliation
  162. Aftermath of nonviolence is redemption
  163. Agency
  164. Agent of change
  165. Agent of change — Serve as a continual agent of change
  166. Agility
  167. Agnosticism
  168. Agrarian society
  169. Agrarian society — Fundamental commitment to the Jeffersonian concept of an agrarian society
  170. Agree to disagree
  171. Air quality
  172. Alcohol
  173. Alcohol — Right to produce, transport, and consume alcoholic beverages (“intoxicating liquors”)
  174. Alcoholic beverages
  175. All Americans have the right to liberty and equality
  176. All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of this Declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination — UDHR
  177. All federal programs should stress the integrity and preservation of the family unit
  178. All honorable work is a means of glorifying God
  179. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights — UDHR
  180. All human beings are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood — UDHR
  181. All individuals can and want to contribute to their fullest potential
  182. All individuals, communities, and peoples are active participants in the decisions that affect them
  183. All individuals, communities, and peoples are free to achieve their full potential
  184. All individuals, communities, and peoples share equitably in the knowledge, wealth, and resources of society
  185. All individuals, communities, and peoples work toward the protection and full expression of their human rights
  186. All of life is God’s
  187. All of life is sacred in God
  188. All men are created equal
  189. All men are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness
  190. All people are created equal
  191. All people have equal intrinsic worth
  192. All people have the chance to turn their talents and ambitions into a meaningful life, not just the rich and powerful or dominant racial and ethnic groups
  193. All rights of the people are retained even if not specifically enumerated in the Constitution
  194. All school personnel who interact with school children should pass background checks and be held to the highest standards of personal conduct
  195. All things have a purpose
  196. All-inclusive spirit of sisterhood and brotherhood
  197. All-out world war against poverty
  198. Allay social ills
  199. Alliance with Europe
  200. Allies
  201. Allowing a diversity of views to flourish
  202. Altruism
  203. Always attentive to your image
  204. Always attentive to your reputation
  205. Always being there for someone
  206. Always look on the bright side
  207. Always strive to be better
  208. Always strive to do more
  209. Always try to do the right thing
  210. Ambiguity
  211. Ambition
  212. Ambitions — All people have the chance to turn their talents and ambitions into a meaningful life, not just the rich and powerful or dominant racial and ethnic groups
  213. Ambitious — By pursuing principled but controlled policies
  214. Ambitious efforts
  215. Ambitious efforts — Getting more ambitious things done
  216. Ambitious things
  217. Ambitious things — Getting more ambitious things done
  218. Ameliorating mankind
  219. America as the arsenal of democracy
  220. America as a beacon of hope for all people
  221. America is exceptional
  222. America is the indispensable nation
  223. America as the model for reform
  224. America as the model for reform — A society that agrees on principles, establishes a constitution, and is able to periodically revise the constitution as the collective act of the people
  225. America as the savior of the world
  226. America should be energy independent
  227. America as the trigger for a renovation of the world as a whole
  228. America must relentlessly pursue peace around the world
  229. America’s central role in the world
  230. America’s generosity
  231. America’s generosity — International assistance
  232. America’s generosity — International assistance that makes a difference
  233. America’s generosity — International assistance that makes a difference — Foreign aid must serve America’s interests first
  234. America’s greatness
  235. America’s moral meaning
  236. America’s providential role in providing an asylum for liberty
  237. America’s success — Necessity of private and public virtue to America’s success
  238. American character
  239. American character — Form the American character
  240. American character — Work to form the American character
  241. American culture
  242. American culture of innovation and entrepreneurship
  243. American defense of basic rights throughout the world
  244. American Dream
  245. American Dream — If you work hard, you’ll get ahead
  246. American example as one that may be spread throughout the globe
  247. American Exceptionalism
  248. American heartbeat
  249. American heartbeat — Good ear for the American heartbeat
  250. American identity
  251. American jobs
  252. American leadership in international organizations
  253. American moral tradition
  254. American people
  255. American people — Voice of the American people
  256. American power
  257. American power and global security
  258. American preeminence
  259. American preeminence — Maintaining American preeminence requires a world-class system of education in which all students can reach their potential
  260. American sovereignty
  261. American sovereignty when participating in international organizations
  262. American values
  263. American willpower
  264. American workers
  265. Americans working together to solve problems facing their communities
  266. Americas
  267. Americas — Future of the U.S. is intimately tied to the future of the Americas due to close family, language, culture, environment, and trade links with Canada and Mexico
  268. Amusement park rides
  269. Amusement parks
  270. Analysis
  271. Analysis — Deep analysis
  272. Analysis — Deep analysis and deep thought
  273. Anecdotal evidence
  274. Anecdotes
  275. Anecdotes — Leaders operate at all levels, stay connected to the details, audit frequently, and are skeptical when metrics and anecdote differ
  276. Angels — Belief in Angels
  277. Anger — when channeled into positive thought and action
  278. Animal rights
  279. Animal rights — Animals have a right to be treated well, even ones that might belong to one’s enemy
  280. Animal welfare
  281. Animals
  282. Animals — God gave people control over the animals and earth
  283. Animals have a right to be treated well, even ones that might belong to one’s enemy
  284. Annexation — Rejection of annexations and indemnities in international conflicts
  285. Answering that of God in every one
  286. Anticipating needs
  287. Anticompetitive practices — Laws and regulation to protect against anticompetitive practices
  288. Anticorruption
  289. Anti-gay
  290. Anti-immigrant
  291. Anti-immigration
  292. Anti-imperialism
  293. Anti-LGBT
  294. Anti-Muslim
  295. Anti-Semitism
  296. Antitrust law
  297. Apology
  298. Appearance
  299. Appearance — Body modification
  300. Appearance — Cosmetic surgery
  301. Appearance — Grooming
  302. Appearance — Personal hygiene
  303. Application of intelligence
  304. Application of intelligence, reason, and science can improve business, society, and the human condition
  305. Application of reason
  306. Application of science
  307. Appreciation for Women
  308. Aptitude
  309. Arbitrary arrest, detention, or exile — No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention, or exile — UDHR
  310. Arbitrary interference — No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks — UDHR
  311. Arbitration
  312. Arc of history
  313. Arc of history — The arc of history is long, but it bends toward justice
  314. Arc of the moral universe
  315. Arc of the moral universe — The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice
  316. Architecture
  317. Ardent patriot
  318. Are right
  319. Are right, a lot
  320. Area of expertise — We are all leaders in our area of expertise
  321. Area of responsibility — We are all leaders in our area of responsibility
  322. Area of responsibility and expertise — We are all leaders in our area of responsibility and expertise
  323. Areas of strategic importance
  324. Areas of strategic importance — Strive to be the best in all areas of strategic importance to the organization
  325. Aristocracy — Opposition to aristocracy of any form
  326. Aristocracy and monarchy are two ancient tyrannies which violate the laws of nature, human reason, and the universal order of things
  327. Aristocracy and monarchy are two ancient tyrannies which violate the laws of nature, human reason, and the universal order of things, which began with God
  328. Aristotelian gentleman
  329. Armed force shall not be used, save in the common interest
  330. Armed force that can intervene in violent conflicts to enforce generally accepted standards of human rights and democratic practices
  331. Armed forces
  332. Armed services
  333. Arms control
  334. Arrest — Right to challenge the legality of an arrest in court — Writ of Habeas Corpus
  335. Art
  336. Artificial intelligence
  337. Artificial intelligence — Autonomous vehicles
  338. Artificial intelligence — Intelligent devices
  339. Artificial intelligence — Intelligent objects
  340. Artificial intelligence — Intelligent software
  341. Artificial intelligence — Machine intelligence
  342. Artificial intelligence — Machine learning
  343. Artificial intelligence — Robots
  344. Artificial intelligence — Self-driving cars
  345. Artificial intelligence — Self-driving vehicles
  346. Arts — Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits — UDHR
  347. As busy as a bee — Industrious
  348. As we do new things, we accept that we may be misunderstood for long periods of time
  349. Asian Pacific — U.S. leadership in the Asian Pacific
  350. Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country — JFK
  351. Aspiration
  352. Aspirations
  353. Aspirations — Highest aspirations
  354. Assembly — Right to assemble
  355. Asserting international leadership in building a new world order
  356. Assertiveness
  357. Assertiveness — Directness and assertiveness
  358. Assimilation
  359. Assimilation — Melting pot
  360. Assistance
  361. Assistance for mothers and children
  362. Assistance for mothers and children — Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection — UDHR
  363. Association
  364. Association — Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association — UDHR
  365. Association — No one may be compelled to belong to an association — UDHR
  366. Association — Right to associate
  367. Association cannot be compelled — Freedom of association
  368. Association cannot be infringed — Freedom of association
  369. Associations, clubs
  370. Astounding courage on the battlefield
  371. Astute
  372. Asylum — Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution This right may not be invoked in the case of prosecutions genuinely arising from non-political crimes or from acts contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations — UDHR
  373. Asylum — Political asylum
  374. Asylum from persecution
  375. Asylum from persecution — Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution This right may not be invoked in the case of prosecutions genuinely arising from non-political crimes or from acts contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations — UDHR
  376. Atheism
  377. Atheists — Rights of those who reject organized religion
  378. Athletics
  379. Attention
  380. Attention to detail
  381. Attention to detail — Meticulous
  382. Attentive to your image
  383. Attentive to your reputation
  384. Attorney — Right to have an attorney for a trial
  385. Attorney — Right to have the assistance of counsel for a trial
  386. Attorneys
  387. Attractions
  388. Audit — Leaders operate at all levels, stay connected to the details, audit frequently, and are skeptical when metrics and anecdote differ
  389. Audit frequently
  390. Audits
  391. Austerity — as opposed to profligacy
  392. Authenticity
  393. Authenticity — Become the author of yourself
  394. Authority
  395. Authority — Giving those in authority due respect, but not to the point of accepting orders or assertions that are contrary to logic or morality
  396. Authority — Look to God for authority, not the government
  397. Authority — Respect for authority
  398. Authority of government
  399. Authority of government — The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures — UDHR
  400. Automation
  401. Autonomy
  402. Avocation
  403. Avocation — Hobby
  404. Avoid accepting gold or silver — Buddhist precepts
  405. Avoid conflict
  406. Avoid dancing, singing, music, watching grotesque mime — Buddhist precepts
  407. Avoid taking untimely meals — Buddhist precepts
  408. Avoid use of garlands, perfumes and personal adornment — Buddhist precepts
  409. Avoid use of high seats — Buddhist precepts
  410. Awards
  411. Awards — Prizes
  412. Aware of your body, mind and feelings
  413. Aware of your body, mind and feelings — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 7 — Samadhi — Samma sati — Right Mindfulness — Become aware of your body, mind and feelings
  414. Awareness
  415. Back — Having someone’s back, having their six
  416. Back up your team
  417. Backbone
  418. Backbone — Have backbone
  419. Backbone — Have backbone, disagree, and commit
  420. Bail that is not excessive
  421. Balance
  422. Balance — Proper balance between private and public actions
  423. Balance between individual rights and social responsibility
  424. Balance between individual rights and social responsibility — Society benefits when individual rights are balanced with social responsibility
  425. Balance between order, chaos, and justice
  426. Balance between private and public actions
  427. Balanced budget
  428. Balancing competing interests
  429. Bank account insurance — FDIC
  430. Banking reform
  431. Bargains
  432. Ban of slavery and involuntary servitude, with the exception of punishment for a crime
  433. Banning slavery
  434. Barriers — Capability to eliminate organizational barriers
  435. Basic decency
  436. Basic economic rights
  437. Basic economic rights as a Second Bill of Rights
  438. Basic human rights
  439. Basic level of equality and equity for each citizen
  440. Basic principles of human rights and freedoms
  441. Basic principles of a largely self-regulating commercial society, coupled with representative government, the rule of law, and a periodically renewable covenant
  442. Basic rights
  443. Be the best
  444. Be the best at doing what matters most
  445. Be the best at doing what matters most — Determined to be the best at doing what matters most
  446. Be a bit uncomfortable to stay relevant
  447. Be bold
  448. Be curious
  449. Be curious — Learn and be curious
  450. Be fruitful and multiply
  451. Be fruitful and multiply — Celibacy is regarded as contrary to the injunction to be fruitful and multiply
  452. Be generous with time and money
  453. Be a good neighbor
  454. Be honest
  455. Be humble
  456. Be open
  457. Be relevant
  458. Be relevant — You need to be a bit uncomfortable to stay relevant
  459. Bear arms — Right to bear arms, Second Amendment
  460. Beauty
  461. Beauty is only skin deep
  462. Become the author of yourself
  463. Become aware of your body, mind and feelings
  464. Become aware of your body, mind and feelings — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 7 — Samadhi — Samma sati — Right Mindfulness — Become aware of your body, mind and feelings
  465. Befriending of adversaries
  466. Begin hard and fast
  467. Behaving with the organization’s long-term success in mind
  468. Being a good person
  469. Being orientation
  470. Being polite to people you don’t like
  471. Belief in God
  472. Belief that the universe is on the side of justice
  473. Believe in yourself (self-esteem)
  474. Beloved Community — The Beloved Community — MLK
  475. Benchmark — Leaders benchmark themselves and their teams against the best
  476. Benchmarking performance
  477. Benchmarking performance rigorously
  478. Benchmarking performance rigorously versus the very best internally and externally
  479. Benchmarks
  480. Bends toward justice — The arc of history is long, but it bends toward justice
  481. Bends toward justice — The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice
  482. Benefit of the doubt
  483. Benefits of growth are broadly shared
  484. Benevolence, benevolent
  485. Benevolent work
  486. Benevolent work in the community
  487. Benevolent work of a township which appeals to human sympathy and on which the maintenance of peace among men depends, such as supporting the poor, burying the dead, comforting the mourners, and visiting the sick
  488. Being there for someone — Always being there for someone
  489. Best — Benchmarking performance rigorously versus the very best internally and externally
  490. Best — Determined to be the best at doing what matters most
  491. Best — Hire and develop the best
  492. Best — Learn from both our successes and our failures
  493. Best — People work best when there is a foundation of trust
  494. Best — Strive to be the best
  495. Best — Strive to be the best in all areas of strategic importance to the organization
  496. Best out of people
  497. Best products — Lead in advanced technologies and quality in creating the world’s best products
  498. Best solution for a customer’s problem
  499. Bets — Make smaller bets in areas that might seem very speculative or even strange when compared to their current businesses
  500. Better than anyone else — Learn the rules of the game and then play better than anyone else
  501. Better than anyone else — Learn the rules and then play better
  502. Better international ethical code
  503. Better standard of living
  504. Better standard of living — Promote social progress and better standards of life — UDHR
  505. Better standards of life
  506. Better through greater focus
  507. Better wages
  508. Better wages — Help working women receive better wages
  509. Better win in the marketplace
  510. Better win in the marketplace — Challenging convention and reinventing the way business is done to better win in the marketplace
  511. Betting — Gain obtained by betting or gambling or by raising the price of breadstuffs through speculation is theft
  512. Bias for action
  513. Bible
  514. Bible — A good understanding of the Bible is indispensable for the development of an educated citizenry
  515. Bible — Conformity to the teaching of the Bible
  516. Bible — Government, society, and church all based upon the Bible
  517. Bible — Offer the Bible in a literature curriculum as an elective in America’s high schools
  518. Bible — Personal biblical interpretation through the Holy Spirit
  519. Bible — Reading and studying of the Bible
  520. Bible as sole authority for every area and level of life
  521. Bible as the infallible and self-authenticating Word of God
  522. Biblical prophecy
  523. Bicycles
  524. Big
  525. Big — Man can be as big as he wants
  526. Big business
  527. Big business — Distrust in big business
  528. Big government
  529. Big, new consumer innovations
  530. Big, new consumer innovations — Place great value on big, new consumer innovations
  531. Bill of Attainder — No one can be legislated to be guilty of a crime and punished without a trial — no Bill of Attainder
  532. Bill of Rights (the rights therein as opposed to the document per se)
  533. Bind the nation together
  534. Bioethics
  535. Bioethics — Jewish medical ethics and bioethics — use Jewish law and tradition and Jewish ethical thought to determine which medical treatments or technological innovations are moral, when treatments may or may not be used, etc.
  536. Bipartisanship
  537. Birthright
  538. Birthright citizenship
  539. Birthright inheritance
  540. Blending Stoic and Christian traditions
  541. Blessings of liberty
  542. Blood and soil — Although considered a discriminatory and exclusionary Nazi slogan by many
  543. Bluntness
  544. Bold direction
  545. Bold direction — Leaders create and communicate a bold direction that inspires results
  546. Boldness
  547. Bonuses
  548. Books of God — Belief in revealed books of God
  549. Bootstraps — Willingness to pull yourself up by your own bootstraps
  550. Both private enterprise and government are essential
  551. Both private enterprise and government are essential for creating individual opportunity and growth
  552. Board games
  553. Body modification
  554. Body modification — Appearance
  555. Body modification — Cosmetic surgery
  556. Body modification — Piercing, tattoos, etc.
  557. Body of popular wisdom that is readily apparent to anyone
  558. Bold — Be bold
  559. Bold deeds
  560. Bold deeds — Accomplishing bold deeds
  561. Bold goals
  562. Bold, persistent experimentation
  563. Bold, progressive goals
  564. Boldness
  565. Bond of the Union
  566. Borders
  567. Borders — Open borders
  568. Borders — Secure borders
  569. Born free
  570. Born free — All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights — UDHR
  571. Both highly principled and highly pragmatic
  572. Bottom of society — Help the bottom of society
  573. Boundaries
  574. Boundaries — Continuously stretch boundaries
  575. Boundaries — Orderliness
  576. Boundaries — Stretch boundaries
  577. Brand equities
  578. Brand equities — Building winning brand equities
  579. Brands
  580. Brands — Building winning brands
  581. Brands — Business units should have independence and develop their own brands
  582. Brands — Companies should have independence and develop their own brands
  583. Brands — Organizations should have independence and develop their own brands
  584. Brave
  585. Bravery
  586. Breach of promise in commerce is a sin provoking God’s punishment
  587. Break with history
  588. Breaks
  589. Breaks — Rest
  590. Breaks — Opportunity
  591. Bretton Woods monetary system
  592. Brilliance
  593. Bring the best out of people
  594. Bring out the best of people
  595. British liberalism
  596. Broad-based support
  597. Broaden public participation in government
  598. Broadly shared
  599. Broadly shared — Benefits of growth are broadly shared
  600. Brotherhood
  601. Brotherhood — All human beings are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood — UDHR
  602. Brotherhood — All-inclusive spirit of sisterhood and brotherhood
  603. Brotherhood — Spirit of brotherhood
  604. Brotherly society
  605. Brotherly society — Truly brotherly society
  606. Brothers
  607. Buddha — The Three Universal Truths
  608. Buddha — The Four Noble Truths
  609. Buddha — The Noble Eightfold Path
  610. Buddhism
  611. Buddhism — Liberation — Nirvana
  612. Buddhism — Karma
  613. Buddhism — Nirvana — Liberation
  614. Buddhism — The Three Universal Truths
  615. Buddhism — The Four Noble Truths
  616. Buddhism — The Noble Eightfold Path
  617. Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Panna, Sila, Samadhi
  618. Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Panna — Discernment, wisdom
  619. Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Sila — Virtue, morality
  620. Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Samadhi — Concentration, meditation
  621. Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 1 — Panna — Samma ditthi — Right Understanding of the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism
  622. Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 2 — Panna — Samma sankappa — Right thinking; following the right path in life
  623. Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 3 — Sila — Samma vaca — Right speech — No lying, criticism, condemning, gossip, harsh language
  624. Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 4 — Sila — Samma kammanta — Right conduct or Right Action involves abstaining from hurtful behaviors, such as killing, stealing, and careless sex
  625. Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 5 — Sila — Samma ajiva — Right livelihood — Support yourself without harming others
  626. Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 6 — Samadhi — Samma vayama: Right Effort — Promote good thoughts; conquer evil thoughts
  627. Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 7 — Samadhi — Samma sati — Right Mindfulness — Become aware of your body, mind and feelings
  628. Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 8 — Samadhi — Samma samadhi — Right Concentration — Meditate to achieve a higher state of consciousness
  629. Buddhist practices
  630. Buddhist practices — Prajna — Discernment, insight, wisdom, enlightenment
  631. Buddhist practices — Samadhi — Concentration, meditation, mental development
  632. Buddhist practices — Sila — Virtue, good conduct, morality
  633. Buddhist precepts — Do not consume alcohol or other drugs
  634. Buddhist precepts — Do not kill
  635. Buddhist precepts — Do not lie
  636. Buddhist precepts — Do not misuse sex
  637. Buddhist precepts — Do not steal
  638. Buddhist precepts — Avoid accepting gold or silver
  639. Buddhist precepts — Avoid dancing, singing, music, watching grotesque mime
  640. Buddhist precepts — Buddhist precepts — Avoid taking untimely meals
  641. Buddhist precepts — Avoid use of garlands, perfumes and personal adornment
  642. Buddhist precepts — Avoid use of high seats
  643. Buddhist philosophy
  644. Buddhist teachings
  645. Build a more just society over time
  646. Building infrastructure
  647. Building relationships — Actively building relationships with all the constituencies of the organization
  648. Building relationships with all the constituencies of the organization
  649. Building social value
  650. Building strong customer relationships
  651. Building strong, long-lasting customer relationships
  652. Building strong, long-lasting customer relationships — Passionate about building strong, long-lasting customer relationships
  653. Building superior relationships with all the parties who contribute to fulfilling the purpose of the organization, including customers, suppliers, universities, and governments
  654. Building trust
  655. Building trust by listening, following through, and keeping your word
  656. Building winning brand equities
  657. Building winning brands
  658. Buildings
  659. Bureaucracy — When it is under control, facilitates daily life, and helps people avoid or navigate complexity
  660. Burning the midnight oil (industrious)
  661. Business
  662. Business — Regulating business
  663. Business — Regulating business and high finance
  664. Business — Reinventing the way business is done
  665. Business ethics
  666. Business incubators
  667. Business judgment
  668. Business judgment — Leaders have strong business judgment and good instincts
  669. Business units — Working together with confidence and trust across business units, functions, categories, and geographies
  670. Business units should have independence and develop their own brands
  671. Busy as a bee — Industrious
  672. Calculated risk taking
  673. Call for diplomacy
  674. Calling
  675. Calling — Working in one’s calling or vocation is a means of serving God and men
  676. Calm
  677. Calm, cool, and collected
  678. Calumny — Spreading of evil reports is forbidden, even when true
  679. Calvinist religious beliefs
  680. Calvinist religious beliefs — Puritan Calvinist religious beliefs
  681. Camaraderie
  682. Canada
  683. Canada — Future of the U.S. is intimately tied to the future of the Americas due to close family, language, culture, environment, and trade links with Canada and Mexico
  684. Capabilities
  685. Capabilities — Confidence in each other’s capabilities and intentions
  686. Capabilities — Features
  687. Capabilities — Functions
  688. Capabilities and intentions
  689. Capabilities and intentions — Confidence in each other’s capabilities and intentions
  690. Capability to deliver strategies
  691. Capability to eliminate organizational barriers
  692. Capacity of limitless potential
  693. Capital
  694. Capital punishment — Moral objection to capital punishment
  695. Capitalism
  696. Capitalism — Trust and faith in capitalism
  697. Card games
  698. Cards
  699. Cardinal virtues — Prudence or wisdom or judgment, Temperance or restraint, self-control, discretion, or moderation, Fortitude or courage, Justice or fairness
  700. Care
  701. Care and assistance for mothers and children
  702. Care and assistance for mothers and children — Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection — UDHR
  703. Care and compassion
  704. Care about conditions of our world
  705. Care about others
  706. Care for both the elderly and young
  707. Care for others
  708. Care for the world
  709. Care for the world — People were put in the world to maintain it and care for it
  710. Carelessness — Acts of carelessness which expose men or things to danger and damage are culpable transgressions
  711. Career
  712. Career development
  713. Career development — Invention of mechanisms for career development
  714. Career development — Mechanisms for career development
  715. Carnivals
  716. Castle — Your home is your castle
  717. Cars and trucks — personal mobility
  718. Catch some Z’s — Zzz — Sleep
  719. Cats — and dogs and other pets (companion animals)
  720. Cause — There are no accidents — every event has its cause
  721. Cause and effect
  722. Cause and effect — The Law of Cause and Effect — Universal Truth of Buddha
  723. Cause no harm
  724. Cause no harm, except in self-defense
  725. Cause no harm, except to defend your family
  726. Cause no harm, except to defend your home
  727. Cause no harm, except to defend yourself
  728. Cause no harm, except to defend the community
  729. Cause no harm, except to defend the country
  730. Causing suspicion is forbidden
  731. Caution, cautious — as opposed to fear and carelessness
  732. Ceaselessly search for new talent
  733. Celebrations
  734. Celebrities
  735. Celibacy
  736. Celibacy is regarded as contrary to the injunction to be fruitful and multiply
  737. Central bank
  738. Central bank — Federal Reserve
  739. Central government as the enemy of individual liberty
  740. Central government should be rigorously frugal and simple
  741. Central role of the family
  742. Central role of learning and expertise
  743. Centrality of equality — Specifically racial equality
  744. Ceremonies
  745. Certainty
  746. Certainty — Absolute certainty
  747. Certainty — Emphasizing humility and open-mindedness instead of arrogant certainty about one’s own views
  748. Chain of command
  749. Challenge
  750. Challenge decisions
  751. Challenge decisions — Leaders are obligated to respectfully challenge decisions when they disagree, even when doing so is uncomfortable or exhausting
  752. Challenge decisions — Respectfully challenge decisions
  753. Challenge our normal ways of living
  754. Challenging authority
  755. Challenging cherished beliefs
  756. Challenging convention
  757. Challenging convention and reinventing the way business is done to better win in the marketplace
  758. Challenging inequality
  759. Champion human rights defenders
  760. Champion the importance of intellectual life
  761. Champion of the little guy
  762. Championing civil rights
  763. Championing new ideas
  764. Championing new ideas — Taking informed risks and championing new and sometimes unpopular ideas
  765. Championing new and sometimes unpopular ideas
  766. Championing new and sometimes unpopular ideas — Taking informed risks and championing new and sometimes unpopular ideas
  767. Chance
  768. Change
  769. Change — Government must not be changed on a whim or in a cavalier manner (“light and transient causes.”) It is not unacceptable to suffer moderate indignity in the short-term in order to assure that the long-term health of the government is not damaged by too-frequent or ill-advised changes
  770. Change — Healthy dissatisfaction with the status quo
  771. Change — Progress and change
  772. Change — The future, change, and progress
  773. Change we can believe in
  774. Character
  775. Character — Impressive character
  776. Character — Moral character
  777. Character is much more important to success than policies
  778. Character of the nation
  779. Character of republicans
  780. Character of republicans — Expect both officers and soldiers to act morally and display the character of republicans
  781. Charisma
  782. Charitable
  783. Charity
  784. Charity — Emphasizing charity
  785. Charity — Emphasizing charity, with its unexpected benefits, rather than compulsory tax-and-spend programs
  786. Charity — Giving charity that will allow the poor to break out of the poverty cycle and become independent and productive members of society
  787. Charity — Human dignity and charity work
  788. Charity for the errors and follies of your fellow men
  789. Charity work
  790. Charm
  791. Charm — Personal charm
  792. Charter schools
  793. Chastity
  794. Chattel slavery — No chattel slavery — person as property recognized by law
  795. Cheap — What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly; it is dearness only that gives everything its value
  796. Checks and balances
  797. Checks and balances between branches of government
  798. Cheerful
  799. Cherish our children’s future
  800. Cherished beliefs
  801. Child care
  802. Child care — Parents have a right to direct their children’s education, care, and upbringing
  803. Child labor — Laws against child labor
  804. Child poverty — Marriage is the greatest antidote to child poverty
  805. Child rearing
  806. Child rearing — Parents have a right to direct their children’s education, care, and upbringing
  807. Childlike curiosity
  808. Childlike wonder
  809. Children
  810. Children — Child Stewardship
  811. Children — Importance and priority of the needs of children
  812. Children — Instruction and training of children
  813. Children — Parents must teach their children a trade and survival skills
  814. Children — Schools for children
  815. Children must look after their parents
  816. Children should never be left in failing schools
  817. Chilling — Unwind, relaxation
  818. Choice
  819. Choice — Abortion
  820. Choice — Consumer rights in education
  821. Choice in education
  822. Choice in education — Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children — UDHR
  823. Choice of schools
  824. Choice-based, parent-driven accountability at every stage of schooling
  825. Choose leaders based on their character, education, experience, and principles
  826. Choosing love instead of hate
  827. Choosing nonviolence over violence
  828. Chores
  829. Christ
  830. Christ as the bottom and the only foundation of all sound knowledge and learning
  831. Christian
  832. Christian — Blending Stoic and Christian traditions
  833. Christian lifestyle
  834. Christian principles
  835. Christian principles — Every area of life should be molded by Christian principles
  836. Christian values
  837. Christianity
  838. Church
  839. Church — My own mind is my own church
  840. Church — Regularly attending church or other religious services
  841. Church as center of the community, providing purpose and direction to lives
  842. Cities
  843. Cities — Large cities
  844. Cities — Livable cities
  845. Citizen engagement
  846. Citizen engagement — Engaged and participatory citizenry
  847. Citizen participation — Engaged and participatory citizenry
  848. Citizens — Engaged and participatory citizenry
  849. Citizens of the United States of America have a right to protect and defend their lives, their families and their property without government infringement
  850. Citizenship
  851. Citizenship — Everyone has the right to a nationality. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality — UDHR
  852. Citizenship applies across all states, not simply the state of residence
  853. Civic activism
  854. Civic engagement
  855. Civic engagement and government
  856. Civic loyalty
  857. Civic republicanism
  858. Civic responsibility
  859. Civic virtue
  860. Civic virtue — Good Americans are devoted to civic virtue
  861. Civil disobedience
  862. Civil justice
  863. Civil justice system
  864. Civil liberties
  865. Civil liberties — Protect the civil liberties of all Americans, and especially stand up for the marginalized
  866. Civil moderation
  867. Civil rights
  868. Civil rights — Championing civil rights
  869. Civil Rights Act
  870. Civil rights movement
  871. Civil rights movement — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  872. Civil rights movement — Vocal support of the civil rights movement
  873. Civil service
  874. Civil society
  875. Civil society — Expanding participation in civil society
  876. Civilian control of the military
  877. Civility
  878. Civilization
  879. Civilized society
  880. Civilized warfare
  881. Clarion calls
  882. Clarion calls for unity
  883. Clarity
  884. Classic, classical
  885. Classical republicanism
  886. Classless society
  887. Classy
  888. Clean
  889. Clean and graceful
  890. Clean energy
  891. Cleaner organizations — Make organizations cleaner, simplified, and streamlined
  892. Cleanliness
  893. Clear
  894. Clear, concise writing
  895. Clear decision-making
  896. Clear vision of where we are going
  897. Clearly aligned objectives
  898. Clearly aligned objectives and strategies
  899. Clearly aligned strategies
  900. Clearly articulated and aligned objectives and strategies
  901. Clearly articulated and aligned objectives and strategies — Operating against clearly articulated and aligned objectives and strategies
  902. Clearly articulated objectives
  903. Clearly articulated objectives and strategies
  904. Clearly articulated strategies
  905. Climate change — Addressing it, solving climate change
  906. Close, mutually productive relationships with customers and suppliers
  907. Closed borders
  908. Closely regulating business and high finance
  909. Clothing
  910. Clothing — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  911. Clothing — Fashion
  912. Clubs, associations
  913. Coaching
  914. Coaching — Leaders develop leaders and take seriously their role in coaching others
  915. Coalition building
  916. Coalitions
  917. Cohabitation — But not everyone approves
  918. Cohabitation — Opposition to policies and laws that create a financial incentive for or encourage cohabitation
  919. Collaboration
  920. Collaboration — Global
  921. Collaboration — International
  922. Colleagues
  923. Colleagues — Relying on your colleagues to do the right thing
  924. Colleagues — Respect colleagues
  925. Colleagues — Treat colleagues, customers, and consumers as we want to be treated
  926. Collected
  927. Collected — Calm, cool and collected
  928. Collective American identity
  929. Collective bargaining
  930. Collective action
  931. Collective bargaining — Right to organize labor, engage in collective bargaining, and participate in strikes
  932. Collective interest
  933. Collective responsibility
  934. Collective security
  935. Colleges
  936. Collegial interactions
  937. Collegial relationships
  938. Combine worthy ideals with practical good sense
  939. Comedy
  940. Comfort
  941. Comfort — Creature comfort
  942. Comfort food
  943. Comfortable
  944. Coming together
  945. Comity
  946. Commemoration
  947. Commentary
  948. Commerce
  949. Commerce — International commerce
  950. Commerce and trade
  951. Commerce as a means of uniting the interests of nations
  952. Commerce between states
  953. Commerce between states — Free commerce between states
  954. Commerce between states — No tax on commerce between states
  955. Commit wholly — Leaders commit wholly once a decision is determined
  956. Committed to continuous improvement
  957. Committed to excellence
  958. Committed to excellence and continuous improvement
  959. Committed to social reform
  960. Commitment
  961. Commitment to the American people
  962. Commitment to democracy
  963. Commitment to the development of social movements dedicated to ending any and all forms of non-economic domination
  964. Commitment to doing right by all people
  965. Commitment to free markets
  966. Commitment to the Jeffersonian concept of an agrarian society
  967. Commitment to human rights
  968. Commitment to liberty generally
  969. Commitment to nonviolence
  970. Commitment to nonviolence in thought, word and deed
  971. Commitment to nonviolence in thought, word and deed based on the idea that all human beings have something of the divine within us
  972. Commitment to public service
  973. Commitment to putting the public interest above the interests of a few and an understanding that strong families and communities are the foundation of a good society
  974. Commitment to the United States
  975. Commitment to the United States and the American people
  976. Commitment to a vibrant pluralist life
  977. Common defense
  978. Common effort to raise the level of human dignity
  979. Common goals
  980. Common goals — Achieve common goals
  981. Common good
  982. Common good — Advance the common good
  983. Common good — Devotion to the common good
  984. Common human needs
  985. Common human needs — Leaving the provision of common human needs to the private marketplace guarantees a starkly inegalitarian class system of access to opportunity
  986. Common interests
  987. Common interests — Advance our common interests
  988. Common interests — Willing to set differences aside to pursue common interests
  989. Common sense
  990. Common sense — Immense stock of common sense
  991. Common sense — Putting common sense into practice
  992. Common sense can delegitimize monarchy and overturn prevailing conventional wisdom
  993. Common sense can overturn prevailing conventional wisdom
  994. Common sense can refute the claims of traditional institutions
  995. Common standard of achievement for all
  996. Common standard of achievement for all peoples of all nations
  997. Commonality
  998. Commons
  999. Communicating — Timing
  1000. Communicating with powerful effect with a popular audience at exactly the right time
  1001. Communication
  1002. Communication — Acknowledgment
  1003. Communication — Conversation
  1004. Communication — Discussion
  1005. Communication — Emotions and feelings
  1006. Communication — Gestures
  1007. Communication — Greetings
  1008. Communication — Letters
  1009. Communication — Lines of communication
  1010. Communication — Messages (electronic or otherwise)
  1011. Communication — Phone calls
  1012. Communication — Television as a communication medium
  1013. Community
  1014. Community — Congregation, family, and community ahead of individual interests
  1015. Community — Democratic community
  1016. Community — Preserve and create community
  1017. Community — Sense of community
  1018. Community action
  1019. Community-based economics
  1020. Community self-sufficiency
  1021. Community standards
  1022. Community values
  1023. Communities — Create positive, lasting relationships with customers, dealers, communities, union partners, and suppliers to drive operating success
  1024. Communities — safe, clean, and healthy communities
  1025. Communities — Strong families and communities are the foundation of a good society
  1026. Companies should have independence and develop their own brands
  1027. Companion animals — Pets
  1028. Companionship
  1029. Company values
  1030. Compassion
  1031. Compassion for the suffering
  1032. Compassionate nation
  1033. Compassionate nation — Great nation is a compassionate nation
  1034. Compelling desire to improve and to win in the marketplace
  1035. Competence, competency, competent
  1036. Competition
  1037. Competition — Healthy and fair competition
  1038. Competition — Foster competition and a clash of wills among staff that set off pulses of energy and sparks of creativity
  1039. Competition — Leaders pay attention to competitors, but obsess over customers
  1040. Competitions
  1041. Complaining — Not complaining, and instead taking practical action to improve one’s situation
  1042. Completeness
  1043. Complex ideas — Rendering complex ideas intelligible to average readers with clear, concise writing
  1044. Complexity
  1045. Compliments
  1046. Comprehension of interests
  1047. Compromise
  1048. Compromise — Balancing competing interests
  1049. Compromise — Conceding unimportant points while concentrating on the most important point
  1050. Compromise — Leaders do not compromise for the sake of social cohesion
  1051. Compromise — Nation of compromises
  1052. Compromise — Reasoned compromise
  1053. Compulsory education
  1054. Compulsory education — Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit — UDHR
  1055. Computing — Trustworthy computing
  1056. Concede unimportant points while concentrating on the most important point
  1057. Concentration
  1058. Concentration — Samadhi — Concentration, meditation, mental development — Buddhism
  1059. Concepts
  1060. Concepts — Ideas
  1061. Concepts — Products
  1062. Concern for others
  1063. Concerned citizens
  1064. Conciliatory
  1065. Conciliatory — Firm and conciliatory
  1066. Conduct — Highest standards of personal conduct
  1067. Confidence
  1068. Confidence — Restoring confidence
  1069. Confidence — Working together with confidence and trust
  1070. Confidence in commerce as a means of uniting the interests of nations
  1071. Confidence in each other’s capabilities and intentions
  1072. Confidence in our values
  1073. Confidence and trust
  1074. Confidence and trust — Working together with confidence and trust
  1075. Confidence in your own intellectual powers
  1076. Confidence
  1077. Confidentiality
  1078. Conflict
  1079. Conflict — Constructive conflict
  1080. Conflict — Nonviolent resolution of conflicts
  1081. Conflict is an inevitable part of human experience
  1082. Conflict resolution
  1083. Conflicts can be resolved peacefully and adversaries can be reconciled
  1084. Conflicts can be resolved peacefully and adversaries can be reconciled through a mutual, determined commitment to nonviolence
  1085. Conformity to the teaching of the Bible
  1086. Congregation, family, and community ahead of individual interests
  1087. Congress
  1088. Congress — Every state has equal vote (“suffrage”) in the U.S. Senate
  1089. Congress — Proportional representation in the House of Representatives
  1090. Congress is responsible for declaring war, not the executive branch
  1091. Congressional oversight
  1092. Connected — Everything
  1093. Connected — Everything and everyone is connected
  1094. Connected — Everyone is connected
  1095. Connected — Make the world more open and connected
  1096. Connected to details
  1097. Connected to details — Leaders operate at all levels, stay connected to the details, audit frequently, and are skeptical when metrics and anecdote differ
  1098. Connectedness
  1099. Connecting to God and others
  1100. Connecting to God and others — Real life goes beyond the concept of breathing and having blood flow through our veins, it means existing with a purpose and connecting to God and others
  1101. Connecting to others
  1102. Connection to our environment
  1103. Connection to the environment
  1104. Connoisseurs
  1105. Conquer evil thoughts
  1106. Conquer evil thoughts — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 6 — Samadhi — Samma vayama: Right Effort — Promote good thoughts; conquer evil thoughts
  1107. Consanguinity
  1108. Consanguinity — Kinship
  1109. Conscience
  1110. Conscience — All human beings are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood — UDHR
  1111. Conscience — Healthcare professionals should not be forced to choose between following their faith and practicing their profession
  1112. Conscience — Reason and conscience
  1113. Conscientious
  1114. Conscientious objectors
  1115. Conscientious objectors — Pacifism
  1116. Conscientious objectors — Objection to war
  1117. Conscientious objectors — Refusal to participate in war
  1118. Consciousness
  1119. Consciousness — Higher state of consciousness — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 8 — Samadhi — Samma samadhi — Right Concentration — Meditate to achieve a higher state of consciousness
  1120. Consensus
  1121. Consent
  1122. Consent of the governed
  1123. Consent of the governed — Governments derive their powers from the consent of the governed
  1124. Conservation
  1125. Conservation — Environment and conservation
  1126. Conservation means development as much as it does protection
  1127. Conservative
  1128. Conservative — Principled and conservative but not ideological or rigid
  1129. Conservative values
  1130. Consider needs and feelings
  1131. Consider the needs and feelings of anyone who may be marginalized, for whatever reason
  1132. Considerate
  1133. Consistency
  1134. Consistent focus on morality
  1135. Constituencies of the organization
  1136. Constituencies of the organization — Actively building relationships with all the constituencies of the organization
  1137. Constitution
  1138. Constitution and treaties are the law of the land
  1139. Constitution as the basis of a republic based on the rule of law, not the rule of men
  1140. Constitution should be honored, valued, and upheld
  1141. Constitution was written to limit our government, not our freedom
  1142. Constitution’s fundamental principles of limited government, separation of powers, individual liberty, and the rule of law
  1143. Constitutionality of the death penalty
  1144. Constitutionality of the death penalty, as firmly settled by its explicit mention in the Fifth Amendment
  1145. Constitutionally protected speech
  1146. Constraints breed resourcefulness, self-sufficiency, and invention
  1147. Constructive conflict
  1148. Constructive criticism
  1149. Constructiveness
  1150. Consultation
  1151. Consumer goods
  1152. Consumer products
  1153. Consumer protection
  1154. Consumers
  1155. Consumers — Development of superior understanding of consumers and their needs
  1156. Consumers — Respect consumers
  1157. Consumers — Treat colleagues, customers, and consumers as we want to be treated
  1158. Consumers and their needs
  1159. Consumers and their needs — Development of superior understanding of consumers and their needs
  1160. Consumption
  1161. Consumption — Responsible consumption of goods
  1162. Consumption — Responsible consumption of services
  1163. Contain aggressor nations
  1164. Contentment
  1165. Contentment and thankfulness
  1166. Contests
  1167. Contests — Prizes
  1168. Context
  1169. Contingency planning
  1170. Contingency planning — Preparedness
  1171. Continual agent of change
  1172. Continual agent of change — Serve as a continual agent of change
  1173. Continual development — Responsibility of all individuals to continually develop themselves and others
  1174. Continually communicate your vision
  1175. Continually convey loyalty and gratitude to your team — even after it has been disbanded or leadership has been transferred
  1176. Continued success
  1177. Continued success — Move faster and push ourselves to achieve continued success
  1178. Continuing revelation
  1179. Continuous improvement
  1180. Continuous improvement — Committed to excellence and continuous improvement
  1181. Continuous innovation
  1182. Continuously stretch boundaries
  1183. Contracts
  1184. Contracts — Duty on the part of the state to respect contracts made previously by others in their capacity of representatives. A contract is not a law but an action, and while laws can be changed, acts are binding
  1185. Contracts — Government may not interfere with the obligations of contracts
  1186. Contribute to your fullest potential
  1187. Contribution
  1188. Contribution — All individuals can and want to contribute to their fullest potential
  1189. Contribution — Participation
  1190. Contrition, contrite
  1191. Contrition — and regret and remorse
  1192. Contrition — Truly humble and contrite spirit
  1193. Control
  1194. Control — Avoiding control
  1195. Control — Avoiding control freaks
  1196. Control — Personal Control over the Environment
  1197. Control — Time
  1198. Control of the abuse of power
  1199. Control over animals and the earth
  1200. Control over animals and the earth — God gave people control over the animals and earth
  1201. Controversy
  1202. Conversation
  1203. Convicted of a crime — No one can be accused and convicted of a crime for an action which was not a crime at the time — no Ex Post Facto law
  1204. Conviction
  1205. Conviction — Inner conviction
  1206. Conviction — Widespread convictions
  1207. Cool
  1208. Cool — Calm, cool, and collected
  1209. Cool commitment
  1210. Coolness
  1211. Cooperation
  1212. Cooperation — International cooperation
  1213. Cooperation, patience, mutual respect, responsibility, and self-reliance are fundamental to the order and progress of the republic
  1214. Cooperative aggregation of the individual states
  1215. Cooperative aggregation of the individual states — The union strictly as the cooperative aggregation of the individual states, rather than the entire nation as a distinct entity
  1216. Cooperative communities
  1217. Cooperative communities — Promote cooperative communities
  1218. Cooperatives
  1219. Coordination
  1220. Copyright
  1221. Copyright — Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author — UDHR
  1222. Cordial
  1223. Cordial interactions
  1224. Cordial relationships
  1225. Core mission
  1226. Core mission — Focus on core mission
  1227. Core values
  1228. Core values — Freedom, opportunity, responsibility, and cooperation
  1229. Corporate campaign contributions
  1230. Corporate citizens
  1231. Corporate citizens — Good corporate citizens
  1232. Corporate influence
  1233. Corporate money
  1234. Corporate social responsibility
  1235. Corporations
  1236. Corporate values
  1237. Corruption — Anticorruption
  1238. Corruption — Elimination of the pernicious and corrupting influence of corporate money from public political deliberation
  1239. Corruption — Fighting against corruption
  1240. Corruption — Opposition to corruption
  1241. Corruption — Purge the government of corruption
  1242. Cosmetic surgery
  1243. Cosmetic surgery — Appearance
  1244. Cost-effective government
  1245. Counsel
  1246. Counsel — Right to have the assistance of counsel for a trial
  1247. Counseling
  1248. Courage
  1249. Courage — Astounding courage on the battlefield
  1250. Courage — Grit
  1251. Courage — Emotional courage
  1252. Courage — Personal courage
  1253. Courage — Physical courage
  1254. Courage — Social courage
  1255. Courage on the battlefield
  1256. Courageous people
  1257. Court — Have your day in court
  1258. Court of public opinion
  1259. Court system
  1260. Courtesy
  1261. Craftsmanship
  1262. Crazy — Do things other people think are crazy but you are super excited about
  1263. Create and communicate a bold direction that inspires results
  1264. Create an inner circle of leadership
  1265. Create momentum
  1266. Create positive, lasting relationships
  1267. Create positive, lasting relationships with customers, dealers, communities, union partners, and suppliers to drive operating success
  1268. Create value, creating value
  1269. Create value — Value creation
  1270. Creating new forests
  1271. Creating opportunities
  1272. Creation of government-owned industrial enterprises to boost the economy — TVA
  1273. Creation of wealth
  1274. Creative destruction
  1275. Creative dissent
  1276. Creative tension
  1277. Creative tension — Moral pressure
  1278. Creativity
  1279. Creativity — Foster competition and a clash of wills among staff that set off pulses of energy and sparks of creativity
  1280. Creativity — Seek to tackle problems creatively
  1281. Creativity — Sparks of creativity
  1282. Creativity and free expression
  1283. Creature comfort
  1284. Credible
  1285. Credibility
  1286. Creed — American creed
  1287. Creed of collective American identity
  1288. Criminal justice system reform
  1289. Critical and logical thinking
  1290. Critical reporting
  1291. Critical thinking
  1292. Criticism
  1293. Criticism — Constructive criticism
  1294. Cruel or unusual punishment — No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment — UDHR
  1295. Cruel or unusual punishment — No torture or cruel or unusual punishment
  1296. Cruelty is forbidden
  1297. Culinary arts
  1298. Cultivate spiritual gifts to serve others
  1299. Cultural diversity
  1300. Cultural and genetic heritage
  1301. Cultural and genetic heritage that makes us who we are
  1302. Cultural life
  1303. Cultural life — Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits — UDHR
  1304. Cultural rights
  1305. Cultural superiority
  1306. Cultural superiority — Intellectual and cultural superiority of whites — Alleged
  1307. Cultural tenets
  1308. Culture
  1309. Culture is destiny
  1310. Culture should respect and protect life
  1311. Curious about new possibilities
  1312. Curious about new possibilities — Leaders are curious about new possibilities and act to explore them
  1313. Curiosity, curious
  1314. Curiosity — Childlike curiosity
  1315. Curiosity — Following your curiosity
  1316. Curiosity — Intellectual curiosity
  1317. Curiosity — Learn and be curious
  1318. Customer — Do right by the customer
  1319. Customer experiences — It takes every single one of us to deliver the experiences our customers deserve
  1320. Customer is always right
  1321. Customer obsession
  1322. Customer relationships
  1323. Customer relationships — Passionate about building strong, long-lasting customer relationships
  1324. Customer success
  1325. Customer success — Dedication to every customer’s success
  1326. Customer success — Helping customers succeed, however they measure success
  1327. Customer trust
  1328. Customer trust — Work vigorously to earn and keep customer trust
  1329. Customers
  1330. Customers — Build strong customer relationships
  1331. Customers — Close, mutually productive relationships with customers and suppliers
  1332. Customers — Create positive, lasting relationships with customers, dealers, communities, union partners, and suppliers to drive operating success
  1333. Customers — Development of close, mutually productive relationships with customers and suppliers
  1334. Customers — Focused on outcomes — Helping customers succeed, however they measure success
  1335. Customers — Leaders pay attention to competitors, but obsess over customers
  1336. Customers — Leaders start with the customer and work backwards
  1337. Customers — Nothing is more important than the relationships you build
  1338. Customers — Personal commitment to delivering an extraordinary experience to every customer, every time
  1339. Customers — Putting customers first
  1340. Customers — Respect customers
  1341. Customers — Treat colleagues, customers, and consumers as we want to be treated
  1342. Customs
  1343. Customs and traditions
  1344. Customs, traditions, and values
  1345. Cycle of rebirth — Reincarnation
  1346. Daily gratitude
  1347. Daily gratitude — Giving thanks to the Great Spirit for all he has provided
  1348. Daily routine
  1349. Daring
  1350. Daring and courage
  1351. Data based, data-based
  1352. Data-based evidence
  1353. Data-based and intellectually honest
  1354. Data-based and intellectually honest in advocating proposals
  1355. Data-based and intellectually honest in advocating proposals, including recognizing risks
  1356. Data-based and intellectually honest decisions
  1357. Daughters
  1358. Day care
  1359. Day care — Government-sponsored day care
  1360. Day in court — Have your day in court
  1361. Day of Judgment — Belief in Day of Judgment
  1362. Daydreamers
  1363. Daydreaming
  1364. Dearness
  1365. Dearness — What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly; it is dearness only that gives everything its value
  1366. Death penalty
  1367. Death penalty — Constitutionality of the death penalty, as firmly settled by its explicit mention in the Fifth Amendment
  1368. Death penalty — Reduction in use of the death penalty
  1369. Death penalty — The Talmud approves of the death penalty in principle but the standard of proof required for application of death penalty is extremely stringent, so that situations in which a death sentence could be passed are effectively impossible
  1370. Debate
  1371. Debate — Spirited debate
  1372. Decency
  1373. Decency — Standards of human decency
  1374. Decent, fulfilling, and economically secure life
  1375. Decent home
  1376. Decent respect of the opinions of mankind
  1377. Decentralization
  1378. Decentralized democratic institutions
  1379. Decentralized, democratic institutions wherever possible in workplaces, neighborhoods, and schools
  1380. Decisions — All individuals, communities, and peoples are active participants in the decisions that affect them
  1381. Decisions — Leaders commit wholly once a decision is determined
  1382. Decisions — Many decisions and actions are reversible and do not need extensive study
  1383. Decisions — Uphold values and principles in every action and decision
  1384. Decisive action
  1385. Decisiveness
  1386. Declaration of Human Rights — United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  1387. Declaration of Independence
  1388. Declaration of Independence — Equality principle
  1389. Declaration of Independence — Interpreting the Declaration as a moral covenant
  1390. Declaration of Independence as more important than U.S. Constitution
  1391. Declaration of war - Congress is responsible for declaring war, not the executive branch
  1392. Decline to accept campaign contributions from corporations and prioritize smaller donations
  1393. Dedication
  1394. Dedication to a purpose
  1395. Dedication to country
  1396. Dedication to duty
  1397. Dedication to duty and country
  1398. Dedication to every customer’s success
  1399. Dedication to preserving freedom, limited government, and unlimited opportunity for all
  1400. Dedication to self-government
  1401. Dedication to teamwork, professionalism, diversity, and the customer perspective
  1402. Dedication to the United Nations
  1403. Deep — Dive deep
  1404. Deep analysis
  1405. Deep analysis and deep thought
  1406. Deep analysis and long cogitation
  1407. Deep appreciation of farming
  1408. Deep experience
  1409. Deep optimism in human reason
  1410. Deep thought
  1411. Deeply principled actions
  1412. Defeat injustice
  1413. Defects — Leaders ensure that defects do not get sent down the line and that problems are fixed so they stay fixed
  1414. Defects get corrected
  1415. Defend human rights
  1416. Defend the country’s dearest rights and liberties
  1417. Defender against tyranny
  1418. Defense
  1419. Defense — Common defense
  1420. Defense — Strong national defense is necessary to preserve freedom and opportunity in America
  1421. Defense of basic rights
  1422. Defense of basic rights throughout the world
  1423. Defense of the common people
  1424. Defense of international religious freedom
  1425. Defer to other views yet refuse to abandon principle
  1426. Defer to others
  1427. Deferral of gratification
  1428. Degrading treatment or punishment — No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment — UDHR
  1429. Delegation
  1430. Delegation — Fortify delegation with selective intervention
  1431. Delegation of authority
  1432. Delegation of authority — Demonstrate faith in your team by delegation of authority
  1433. Delegation of power for the common benefit of the people
  1434. Delegation of responsibility
  1435. Delegation, though extensive, should be bounded by clear standards
  1436. Deliver customer experiences
  1437. Deliver customer experiences — It takes every single one of us to deliver the experiences our customers deserve
  1438. Deliver the experiences our customers deserve
  1439. Deliver the experiences our customers deserve — It takes every single one of us to deliver the experiences our customers deserve
  1440. Deliver results
  1441. Deliver the future first
  1442. Deliver the future now
  1443. Deliver strategies
  1444. Deliver strategies — Capability to deliver strategies
  1445. Deliver with the right quality and in a timely fashion
  1446. Democracy
  1447. Democracy — Commitment to democracy
  1448. Democracy — Grassroots democracy
  1449. Democracy — Protect democracy
  1450. Democracy — Representation ingrafted upon democracy
  1451. Democracy — Representative democracy
  1452. Democracy — Supporting democracy around the world
  1453. Democracy and mutual respect
  1454. Democratic community
  1455. Democratic ethos
  1456. Democratic institutions
  1457. Democratic institutions — Decentralized, democratic institutions wherever possible in the workplaces, neighborhoods, and schools
  1458. Democratic norms
  1459. Democratic principles
  1460. Democratic resilience
  1461. Democratic, responsive, and representative government to regulate the market, protect the environment, and ensure a basic level of equality and equity for each citizen
  1462. Democratic society
  1463. Democratic spirit
  1464. Democratic values
  1465. Democratic values — Strengthening democratic values
  1466. Demonstrate faith in your team by delegation of authority
  1467. Demonstrating personal dedication to the success of every customer, from the largest corporation and government agency to the smallest organization
  1468. Demonstrations
  1469. Dependable, dependability
  1470. Depth of political analysis
  1471. Deserving and responsible citizen
  1472. Desire for a better life
  1473. Desire for peace
  1474. Desire to contribute
  1475. Desire to contribute — All individuals can and want to contribute to their fullest potential
  1476. Desire to improve
  1477. Desire to improve and to win in the marketplace
  1478. Desire to improve and to win in the marketplace — Compelling desire to improve and to win in the marketplace
  1479. Desire to win in the marketplace
  1480. Destiny
  1481. Destiny — Belief in destiny and Divine Decree
  1482. Detachment
  1483. Detachment — Spiritualism and detachment
  1484. Detachment — Spirituality and detachment
  1485. Determination
  1486. Determination — Resolve
  1487. Determination — Grit
  1488. Determined to be the best at doing what matters most
  1489. Develop the best
  1490. Develop the best — Hire and develop the best
  1491. Develop leaders
  1492. Develop leaders — Leaders develop leaders and take seriously their role in coaching others
  1493. Development
  1494. Development — Equitable development
  1495. Development — Responsibility of all individuals to continually develop themselves and others
  1496. Development assistance
  1497. Development of close, mutually productive relationships with customers and suppliers
  1498. Development of the human personality
  1499. Development of the human personality — Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace — UDHR
  1500. Development of social movements
  1501. Development of social movements dedicated to ending any and all forms of non-economic domination
  1502. Development of superior understanding of consumers and their needs
  1503. Devotion
  1504. Devotion to the common good
  1505. Devotion to duty
  1506. Devotion to the principle of justice
  1507. Devotion to truth and justice and freedom in every department of human life and under every temptation
  1508. Diagrams
  1509. Dialogue
  1510. Differences — Overlook minor differences
  1511. Differences — Personal differences
  1512. Digital computers
  1513. Digital devices
  1514. Digital human rights
  1515. Digital technology
  1516. Dignity
  1517. Dignity — All Americans should be served equally with dignity
  1518. Dignity — All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights — UDHR
  1519. Dignity — Act with dignity
  1520. Dignity — Common effort to raise the level of human dignity
  1521. Dignity — The dignity and worth of the human person — UDHR
  1522. Dignity — Enhancement of human dignity
  1523. Dignity — Everyone, as a member of society, has the right to social security and is entitled to realization, through national effort and international co-operation and in accordance with the organization and resources of each State, of the economic, social and cultural rights indispensable for his dignity and the free development of his personality — UDHR
  1524. Dignity — Everyone who works has the right to just and favourable remuneration ensuring for himself and his family an existence worthy of human dignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by other means of social protection — UDHR
  1525. Dignity — Freedom and dignity
  1526. Dignity — Inherent dignity of all people
  1527. Dignity — Live in freedom and dignity
  1528. Dignity — Retirement with dignity
  1529. Dignity — Treat others with dignity
  1530. Dignity of the human person
  1531. Dignity of work
  1532. Dignity and worth of the human person
  1533. The dignity and worth of the human person — UDHR
  1534. Diligence
  1535. Diligence in one’s calling
  1536. Diplomacy
  1537. Diplomacy — Call for diplomacy
  1538. Direct action
  1539. Direct action — Protest
  1540. Direct control
  1541. Direct experience of Christ without the aid of an ordained clergy
  1542. Direct ownership
  1543. Direct ownership and/or control
  1544. Direct ownership and/or control of much of the economic resources of society by the great majority of wage and income earners — Economic democracy
  1545. Direct relationship between people and God and through Jesus Christ
  1546. Direct religious experience
  1547. Direction
  1548. Direction — Clear vision of where we are going
  1549. Direction — Church as center of the community, providing purpose and direction to lives
  1550. Direction — Vision of where we are going
  1551. Directness
  1552. Directness and assertiveness
  1553. Directness, openness, and honesty
  1554. Disabilities — Safeguard vulnerable minorities, including LGBT people and people with disabilities
  1555. Disability — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  1556. Discernment
  1557. Discernment — Prajna — Discernment, insight, wisdom, enlightenment — Buddhism
  1558. Discipline
  1559. Disciplined
  1560. Disconfirm beliefs
  1561. Disconfirm beliefs — Leaders seek diverse perspectives and work to disconfirm their beliefs
  1562. Discretion
  1563. Discrimination — Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty — UDHR
  1564. Discrimination — Free from discrimination
  1565. Discrimination — Freedom from discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin
  1566. Discrimination — Freedom from language minority discrimination in voting.
  1567. Discrimination — Freedom from racial discrimination in voting
  1568. Discrimination — Freedom from “test or device” requirements to vote or cast a ballot, such as literacy tests, educational or knowledge requirements, proof of good moral character, and requirements that a person be vouched for when voting
  1569. Discrimination — Protect from discrimination
  1570. Discrimination — Remediate discrimination
  1571. Discrimination — Right to freedom from discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin
  1572. Discrimination — Right to freedom from language minority discrimination in voting
  1573. Discrimination — Right to freedom from racial discrimination in voting
  1574. Discrimination — Right to freedom from “test or device” requirements to vote or cast a ballot, such as literacy tests, educational or knowledge requirements, proof of good moral character, and requirements that a person be vouched for when voting
  1575. Discrimination is prohibited against anyone based on race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious faith or non-faith, or disability
  1576. Discussion
  1577. Discussion and negotiation
  1578. Disparities in wealth — Downplaying significance of wealth, disparities in wealth, and materialism in general
  1579. Dissatisfaction — Healthy dissatisfaction with the status quo
  1580. Dissatisfaction with the status quo
  1581. Dissatisfaction with the status quo — Healthy dissatisfaction with the status quo
  1582. Dissent
  1583. Dissent — Creative dissent
  1584. Dissent — Freedom of speech that does not recoil from dissent
  1585. Dissent — Tolerance of dissent
  1586. Distinction
  1587. Distinction between society and government
  1588. Distinction between the constitution and the government
  1589. Distinctive
  1590. Distrust in government
  1591. Distrust of business
  1592. Distrust of big business
  1593. Distrust of capitalism
  1594. Distrust of the profit motive
  1595. Dive deep
  1596. Diverse perspectives
  1597. Diverse perspectives — Leaders seek diverse perspectives and work to disconfirm
  1598. Diversity
  1599. Diversity — Cultural diversity
  1600. Diversity — Embracing the diversity of American society
  1601. Diversity — Inclusion and diversity
  1602. Diversity — Respect for diversity
  1603. Diversity in hiring
  1604. Diversity and inclusion
  1605. Diversity of values
  1606. Diversity of views
  1607. Divine
  1608. Divine — Personal and group encounter with the divine
  1609. Divine origin of the rights of man
  1610. Division of labor
  1611. Do God’s will
  1612. Do God’s will and receive future happiness
  1613. Do good
  1614. Do good works
  1615. Do important and meaningful things
  1616. Do important things
  1617. Do important and meaningful things — With the resources you have
  1618. Do it your own way
  1619. Do meaningful things
  1620. Do not cause excessive pain to animals (e.g. eating a limb torn from a living animal) — Noachide code
  1621. Do not commit acts of sexual immorality — Noachide code
  1622. Do not consume alcohol or other drugs — Buddhist precepts
  1623. Do not engage in idolatry — Noachide code
  1624. Do not engage in blasphemy — Noachide code
  1625. Do not kill — Buddhist precepts
  1626. Do not lie — Buddhist precepts
  1627. Do not misuse sex — Buddhist precepts
  1628. Do not murder — Noachide code
  1629. Do not steal — Buddhist precepts
  1630. Do not steal — Noachide code
  1631. Do not hurt your neighbor
  1632. Do not reveal the secrets of your neighbor
  1633. Do not seek to humiliate the opponent but to call forth the good in the opponent
  1634. Do not shame your fellow man
  1635. Do not speak ill of your neighbor
  1636. Do right by the customer
  1637. Do the right thing
  1638. Do the right thing — Relying on your colleagues to do the right thing
  1639. Do things other people think are crazy but you are super excited about
  1640. Do unto others — Golden rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you
  1641. Do what is deemed best regardless of how the public responds
  1642. Dogs — and cats and other pets (companion animals)
  1643. Doing right by all people
  1644. Doing right by all people — Commitment to doing right by all people
  1645. Doing what is right
  1646. Doing what is right for the organization
  1647. Doing what is right for the organization with integrity
  1648. Doing what is right for the organization with integrity will lead to mutual success for both the organization and the individual
  1649. Domestic justice
  1650. Domestic justice — Fighting for domestic justice
  1651. Domestic militia (national guard) to put down insurrections, and to repel invasions
  1652. Domestic tranquility
  1653. Domestic violence — Federal government will intervene and protect the people of a state from domestic violence, but only when requested by the state
  1654. Dominance
  1655. Dominance — The resources needed to sustain U.S. dominance are a drain on the national economy, particularly the most neglected and underdeveloped sectors
  1656. Don’t be a conventional company — Do not intend to become one
  1657. Don’t be a conventional organization — Do not intend to become one
  1658. Don’t be evil
  1659. Don’t be evil — Google
  1660. Don’t be a hypocrite
  1661. Don’t be repetitive
  1662. Don’t be repetitive — Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results
  1663. Don’t be self-righteous
  1664. Don’t compromise — Leaders do not compromise for the sake of social cohesion
  1665. Don’t hold a grudge
  1666. Don’t judge
  1667. Don’t judge — Nonjudgmental
  1668. Double jeopardy — Prohibition of double jeopardy
  1669. Downplaying significance of wealth, disparities in wealth, and materialism in general
  1670. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. — MLK — Civil rights movement
  1671. Drama
  1672. Drawings
  1673. Dream the impossible
  1674. Dreams
  1675. Dreams — Live your dreams
  1676. Dreams — Pursue your dreams
  1677. Drilling
  1678. Drilling — Preparedness
  1679. Driving
  1680. Driving — Personal mobility
  1681. Drugs
  1682. Due process
  1683. Due process — Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law — UDHR
  1684. Due process — Right to due process
  1685. Due process — Right to due process against loss of life, liberty, or property
  1686. Dukkha — Suffering exists — Noble Truth of Buddhism
  1687. Duties
  1688. Duties to the community
  1689. Duties to the community — Everyone has duties to the community in which alone the free and full development of his personality is possible — UDHR
  1690. Duty
  1691. Duty — Acute sense of duty
  1692. Duty — Devotion to duty
  1693. Duty of life
  1694. Duty on the part of the state to respect contracts made previously by others in their capacity of representatives. A contract is not a law but an action, and while laws can be changed, acts are binding
  1695. Dynamic compassion
  1696. Dynamic compassion of work requirements for poverty programs, where opportunity takes the place of a hand-out, where true self-esteem can grow from the satisfaction of a job well done
  1697. Each act of reconciliation is one step closer to the Beloved Community
  1698. Each person bears responsibility for the well-being of society and the quality of the environment
  1699. Early-college high schools
  1700. Earn the fruits of one’s labor
  1701. Earn the fruits of one’s labor — Liberty and opportunity to work and earn the fruits of one’s labor
  1702. Earn and keep customer trust
  1703. Earn and keep customer trust — Leaders work vigorously to earn and keep customer trust
  1704. Earn and keep customer trust — Work vigorously to earn and keep customer trust
  1705. Earn trust
  1706. Earth
  1707. Earth — Immoral to put commercial concerns before care for God’s creation
  1708. Earth — Pollution is an insult to the created world
  1709. Earth — Stewardship of the Earth
  1710. Earth — Wasting or destroying anything on earth is wrong
  1711. Earth is common property of the human race
  1712. Ecclesiastical purity
  1713. Ecclesiastical purity to the highest level
  1714. Ecological sustainability
  1715. Ecological and social sustainability
  1716. Ecological wisdom
  1717. Economic advancement
  1718. Economic advancement of all peoples
  1719. Economic and social advancement of all peoples
  1720. Economic aid to rural regions
  1721. Economic democracy
  1722. Economic democracy — The direct ownership and/or control of much of the economic resources of society by the great majority of wage and income earners
  1723. Economic fairness
  1724. Economic fairness — Economy should work for everyone, not just the few
  1725. Economic growth
  1726. Economic growth — Economic growth with widely shared prosperity
  1727. Economic growth — Sustainable economic growth
  1728. Economic justice
  1729. Economic life
  1730. Economic life — Social need outranks narrow profitability as the measure of success for our economic life
  1731. Economic opportunity
  1732. Economic opportunity — Universal economic opportunity — a right to rise
  1733. Economic protections
  1734. Economic protections — Social and economic protections
  1735. Economic realities — Relationship between the workaday, economic realities of American life and the nation’s highest moral and political principles
  1736. Economic rights
  1737. Economic rights — Basic economic rights
  1738. Economic security
  1739. Economic security — Quality work and economic security
  1740. Economic system in which all people have equal opportunities to acquire property
  1741. Economic system in which most people would own property
  1742. Economic system in which most people would own property and in which all had equal opportunities to acquire it
  1743. Economic value
  1744. Economic value — Shared economic value
  1745. Economically secure life
  1746. Economically secure life — Everyone deserves a fair shot at a decent, fulfilling, and economically secure life
  1747. Economics
  1748. Economics — Inclusive economics
  1749. Economics, environment, and gender equality
  1750. Economies flourish when all people retain as much of their hard earned income as possible, to spend and invest as they see fit
  1751. Economy — Strong and vibrant economy
  1752. Economy should work for everyone, not just the few
  1753. Education
  1754. Education — Administrators need flexibility to innovate
  1755. Education — Administrators need flexibility to hold accountable all those responsible for student performance
  1756. Education — All school personnel who interact with school children should pass background checks and be held to the highest standards of personal conduct
  1757. Education — Charter schools
  1758. Education — Choice in Education
  1759. Education — Choice-based, parent-driven accountability at every stage of schooling
  1760. Education — Consumer rights in education — choice
  1761. Education — Early-college high schools
  1762. Education — Education savings accounts (ESAs)
  1763. Education — English First approach and opposition to divisive programs that limit students’ ability to advance in American society
  1764. Education — Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit — UDHR
  1765. Education — For-profit education
  1766. Education — Freedom from racial segregation in schools
  1767. Education — High expectations for education of all students and rejection of the crippling bigotry of low expectations
  1768. Education — High quality public education
  1769. Education — Higher education — college, vocational and professional training
  1770. Education — Home-schooling
  1771. Education — Innovative financing mechanisms
  1772. Education — Innovative financing mechanisms that make options available to all children: education savings accounts (ESAs), vouchers, and tuition tax credits
  1773. Education — Local control of schools
  1774. Education — Magnet schools
  1775. Education — Maintaining American preeminence requires a world-class system of education in which all students can reach their potential
  1776. Education — Online learning
  1777. Education — Options for learning, including home-schooling, career and technical education, private or parochial schools, magnet schools, charter schools, online learning, and early-college high schools
  1778. Education — Opposition to divisive programs that limit students’ ability to advance in American society
  1779. Education — Opposition to excessive testing in schools
  1780. Education — Opposition to teaching to the test in schools
  1781. Education — Parents are a child’s first and foremost educators, and have primary responsibility for the education of their children
  1782. Education — Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children — UDHR
  1783. Education — Parents have a right to direct their children’s education, care, and upbringing
  1784. Education — Private education
  1785. Education — Public education
  1786. Education — Responsibility for learning rests primarily with the individual
  1787. Education — Right to education
  1788. Education — Right to freedom from racial segregation in schools
  1789. Education — School districts should make use of teaching talent in the business community, STEM fields, and the military, especially among returning veterans
  1790. Education — Shared responsibility of the student, home, family, school and the entire community
  1791. Education — Support for a broad range of education choices for parents and children at the state and local level
  1792. Education — Tailor teaching to meet student needs
  1793. Education — Teachers should be protected against frivolous lawsuits and should be able to take reasonable actions to maintain discipline and order in the classroom
  1794. Education — Tuition tax credits
  1795. Education — Universal education
  1796. Education — Vouchers
  1797. Education — Youth opportunity and education
  1798. Education — Youth opportunity and learning
  1799. Education and hard work
  1800. Education, including college, is an economic right
  1801. Education is more than schooling — Whole range of activities by which families and communities transmit to a younger generation, not just knowledge and skills, but ethical and behavioral norms and traditions, the handing over of a cultural identity
  1802. Education savings accounts (ESAs)
  1803. Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace — UDHR
  1804. Effective action for victims
  1805. Effective action for victims of human rights violations
  1806. Effective government
  1807. Effective government — Effective national government
  1808. Effective government — Smart, efficient and effective government
  1809. Effective national government
  1810. Effectiveness
  1811. Efficacy of education
  1812. Efficient government
  1813. Efficient government — Accountable, efficient, and well-run government
  1814. Efficient government — Smart, efficient, and effective government
  1815. Efficiency
  1816. Efficiency — Practicality and efficiency
  1817. Effort
  1818. Effort — Intelligent effort
  1819. Effort — Sustained effort
  1820. Effort to raise the level of human dignity
  1821. Efforts to achieve equal pay for women
  1822. Egalitarian
  1823. Egalitarian, republican society
  1824. Eight-hour work day
  1825. Elastic money supply — through the Federal Reserve System
  1826. Elderly
  1827. Elderly — Care for both the elderly and young
  1828. Elderly — Respect for the elderly
  1829. Elderly — Reverence for old age
  1830. Elderly and young
  1831. Elders
  1832. Elders — Knowledge elders carry forward
  1833. Elders — Respect and acknowledgement of the spirits and the elders
  1834. Elders — Respect for elders
  1835. Elected office
  1836. Elected office — Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives — UDHR
  1837. Elections
  1838. Elections — Electoral college for election of President and Vice President
  1839. Elections — Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives — UDHR
  1840. Elections — Popular vote for Congress — House of Representatives and Senate
  1841. Elections — Regular, Free, and Fair Elections
  1842. Elections — Will of the people is expressed through elections
  1843. Elections — The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures — UDHR
  1844. Electoral college for election of President and Vice President
  1845. Elegance
  1846. Elegance of oratory
  1847. Eliminate discrimination based on national origin
  1848. Eliminate hidden motives
  1849. Eliminate organizational barriers
  1850. Eliminate organizational barriers — Capability to eliminate organizational barriers
  1851. Elimination of the pernicious and corrupting influence of corporate money from public political deliberation
  1852. Eloquence
  1853. Emancipation Proclamation
  1854. Embracing the diversity of American society
  1855. Emotion
  1856. Emotional courage
  1857. Emotional purity
  1858. Empathy
  1859. Emphasize humanity over property
  1860. Emphasizing charity
  1861. Emphasizing charity, with its unexpected benefits, rather than compulsory tax-and-spend programs
  1862. Emphasizing humility and open-mindedness instead of arrogant certainty about one’s own views
  1863. Emphasizing self-reliance and being able to keep the fruits of one’s labor
  1864. Emphasizing self-restraint against hurtful activities
  1865. Employees
  1866. Employment
  1867. Employment — Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment — UDHR
  1868. Employment — Freedom from racial segregation in employment
  1869. Employment — Right to freedom from racial segregation in employment
  1870. Empower the populace
  1871. Empowering
  1872. Empowering citizens
  1873. Empowering companies to flourish
  1874. Empowering employees
  1875. Empowering great companies to flourish
  1876. Empowering great entrepreneurs to flourish
  1877. Empowering great entrepreneurs and companies to flourish
  1878. Empowering people
  1879. Empowering teams
  1880. Empowering women and girls
  1881. Empowerment
  1882. Enable people
  1883. Enable people — Inspire and enable people
  1884. Enable people to achieve challenging goals
  1885. Enable people to achieve high expectations
  1886. Enable people to achieve high expectations, standards, and challenging goals
  1887. Enable people to achieve high standards
  1888. Enchanted
  1889. Enchantment
  1890. Encourage labor union growth
  1891. Encourage and expect outstanding executional excellence
  1892. Encourage and expect outstanding technical mastery
  1893. Encourage and expect outstanding technical mastery and executional excellence
  1894. Encourage ownership behavior
  1895. Encourage stock ownership
  1896. Encourage stock ownership and ownership behavior
  1897. Encourage women of all social backgrounds to learn trades
  1898. Encouragement
  1899. Endowed with reason and conscience
  1900. Endowed with reason and conscience — All human beings are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood — UDHR
  1901. Endurance
  1902. Endure frontier hardships
  1903. Endure hardships
  1904. Energy
  1905. Energy — Clean energy
  1906. Energy — Foster competition and a clash of wills among staff that set off pulses of energy and sparks of creativity
  1907. Energy — Personal energy
  1908. Energy — Renewable energy
  1909. Energy — Smart use of energy
  1910. Energy — Sustainable energy
  1911. Energy independence
  1912. Enforcement of international standards
  1913. Enforcement of treaties on human rights, international labor standards, women’s rights, and environmental protection
  1914. Engagement
  1915. English
  1916. English cultural identity
  1917. English First
  1918. English First in school
  1919. Enhanced regulation
  1920. Enhancement of human dignity
  1921. Enjoy good health
  1922. Enjoyment of freedom
  1923. Enlightened self-interest
  1924. Enlightenment
  1925. Enlightenment — Prajna — Discernment, insight, wisdom, enlightenment — Buddhism
  1926. Ensure a basic level of equality and equity for each citizen
  1927. Ensure that faith-based institutions, especially those that are vital parts of underserved neighborhoods, do not face discrimination by government
  1928. Ensuring that any market is the servant of the public good and not its master
  1929. Entertainment
  1930. Entertainment and fun
  1931. Entertainment and happiness
  1932. Enthusiasm
  1933. Entitlement
  1934. Entrepreneurial spirit
  1935. Entrepreneurial spirit — Creating jobs and opportunity
  1936. Entrepreneurial spirit — Risk-taking
  1937. Entrepreneurialism
  1938. Entrepreneurship — American culture of innovation and entrepreneurship
  1939. Entrust team members with responsibility and accountability
  1940. Enumerated powers
  1941. Enumerated powers of the federal government — All other powers belong to either the states or the people, unless otherwise prohibited to either
  1942. Environment
  1943. Environment — Each person bears responsibility for the well-being of society and the quality of the environment
  1944. Environment — Immoral to put commercial concerns before care for God’s creation
  1945. Environment — Moral decisions about environmental issues have to take account of the well-being of humans
  1946. Environment — Pollution is an insult to the created world
  1947. Environment — Protecting the environment is essential to our future
  1948. Environment — Wasting or destroying anything on earth is wrong
  1949. Environment and conservation
  1950. Environmental degradation harms us all
  1951. Environmental issues
  1952. Environmental issues — Moral decisions about environmental issues have to take account of the well-being of humans
  1953. Environmental policy
  1954. Environmental responsibility
  1955. Environmental stewardship
  1956. Environmental stewardship — Stewardship of our land, water, air, and natural resources
  1957. Environmental sustainability
  1958. Epiphanies
  1959. Equal
  1960. Equal — All people are created equal
  1961. Equal — All men are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness
  1962. Equal access to education
  1963. Equal access to education — Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit — UDHR
  1964. Equal access to information
  1965. Equal access to opportunity
  1966. Equal before the law — All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of this Declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination — UDHR
  1967. Equal in dignity and rights
  1968. Equal in dignity and rights — All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights — UDHR
  1969. Equal and inalienable rights
  1970. Equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family
  1971. Equal and inalienable rights — Inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family — UDHR
  1972. Equal opportunity
  1973. Equal opportunity for all
  1974. Equal opportunity to succeed
  1975. Equal opportunity to work
  1976. Equal pay for equal work
  1977. Equal pay for equal work — Everyone, without any discrimination, has the right to equal pay for equal work — UDHR
  1978. Equal pay for women
  1979. Equal pay for women — Efforts to achieve equal pay for women
  1980. Equal pay for women — Everyone, without any discrimination, has the right to equal pay for equal work — UDHR
  1981. Equal protection
  1982. Equal protection against discrimination — All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of this Declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination — UDHR
  1983. Equal protection of the law
  1984. Equal protection of the law — All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of this Declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination — UDHR
  1985. Equal right to a subsistence from the earth
  1986. Equal rights
  1987. Equal rights of men and women
  1988. The equal rights of men and women — UDHR
  1989. Equal rights of nations large and small
  1990. Equal standing
  1991. Equal suffrage
  1992. Equal suffrage — The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures — UDHR
  1993. Equal treatment for everyone
  1994. Equal treatment for everyone — Fair and equal treatment for everyone
  1995. Equality
  1996. Equality — Centrality of equality
  1997. Equality — Centrality of equality — specifically racial equality
  1998. Equality — Equal Opportunity
  1999. Equality — Gender equality
  2000. Equality — Gender and sexuality equality
  2001. Equality — No person is above another, everyone is equal
  2002. Equality — Political equality
  2003. Equality — Provide equality of opportunity for all
  2004. Equality — Racial equality
  2005. Equality and equity for each citizen
  2006. Equality for LGBT Americans
  2007. Equality of man
  2008. Equality of opportunity for all
  2009. Equilibrium
  2010. Equitable
  2011. Equitable development
  2012. Equitable society
  2013. Equitable society — Prosperous and equitable society
  2014. Equity
  2015. Erudite
  2016. Escape (relaxation)
  2017. Essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law — UDHR
  2018. Essential truths
  2019. Essential truths held to be self-evident
  2020. Establish courts of justice — Noachide code
  2021. Establishment Clause — Freedom of religion
  2022. Establishment Clause — Separation of church and state
  2023. Esteem
  2024. Ethical behavior
  2025. Ethical code
  2026. Ethical conduct
  2027. Ethical conduct is essential to the quality of life
  2028. Ethical government
  2029. Ethics
  2030. Ethics in government
  2031. Ethics and integrity
  2032. Ethnic harmony
  2033. Ethnic justice
  2034. Ethnic justice — Gender, racial, and ethnic justice
  2035. Ethnic superiority
  2036. European culture
  2037. European cultural identity
  2038. European identity
  2039. European-American culture
  2040. European-American identity
  2041. Evangelism
  2042. Evangelism of the unsaved people of the world
  2043. Evenings
  2044. Event — There are no accidents — every event has its cause
  2045. Every area of life should be molded by Christian principles
  2046. Every child deserves a married mother and father
  2047. Every child is filled with potential
  2048. Every child is filled with potential and is unique in their own right
  2049. Every child is filled with potential and is unique in their own right — There is no one-size-fits-all education solution; education choices should include education tax credits, charter schools, and homeschooling
  2050. Every child is unique in their own right
  2051. Every Christian should act as a careful steward of the talents and gifts God has given him
  2052. Every generation must be as free to act for itself; no generation can be bound by those before it; and none can bind those after
  2053. Every person enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights instruments
  2054. Every state has equal vote (“suffrage”) in the U.S. Senate
  2055. Every state is guaranteed a republican form of government
  2056. Everyday improvements
  2057. Everyday improvements — Passion for grand challenges, as well as everyday improvements
  2058. Everyone, as a member of society, has the right to social security and is entitled to realization, through national effort and international co-operation and in accordance with the organization and resources of each State, of the economic, social and cultural rights indispensable for his dignity and the free development of his personality — UDHR
  2059. Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defence — UDHR
  2060. Everyone is connected
  2061. Everyone deserves a fair shot at a decent, fulfilling, and economically secure life
  2062. Everyone deserves a second chance, a fresh start, bankruptcy
  2063. Everyone does his or her fair share
  2064. Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty — UDHR
  2065. Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him — UDHR
  2066. Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration can be fully realized — UDHR
  2067. Everything and everyone has something to teach and all things have a purpose
  2068. Everything and everyone is connected
  2069. Everyone gets a fair shot
  2070. Everyone has duties to the community in which alone the free and full development of his personality is possible — UDHR
  2071. Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit — UDHR
  2072. Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law — UDHR
  2073. Everyone has the right of equal access to public service in his country — UDHR
  2074. Everyone has the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests — UDHR
  2075. Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state — UDHR
  2076. Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers — UDHR
  2077. Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association — UDHR
  2078. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance — UDHR
  2079. Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits — UDHR
  2080. Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country — UDHR
  2081. Everyone has the right to a nationality. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality — UDHR
  2082. Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property — UDHR
  2083. Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author — UDHR
  2084. Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law — UDHR
  2085. Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay — UDHR
  2086. Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution. This right may not be invoked in the case of prosecutions genuinely arising from non-political crimes or from acts contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations — UDHR
  2087. Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  2088. Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives — UDHR
  2089. Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment — UDHR
  2090. Everyone plays by the same rules
  2091. Everyone should do his or her fair share to build this life through education and hard work and through active participation in public life
  2092. Everyone should play by the same set of rules
  2093. Everyone should play by the same set of rules with no special privileges for the well-connected or wealthy
  2094. Everyone who works has the right to just and favourable remuneration ensuring for himself and his family an existence worthy of human dignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by other means of social protection — UDHR
  2095. Everyone, without any discrimination, has the right to equal pay for equal work — UDHR
  2096. Everything is relative
  2097. Everything is relative — Relativism
  2098. Everything we hold dear as Americans
  2099. Everything we stand for as Americans
  2100. Evidence based, evidence-based
  2101. Evidence based — Data based
  2102. Evidence-based — Data-based
  2103. Evidence-based and intellectually honest
  2104. Evidence-based policy
  2105. Evidence-based practice
  2106. Evil — Government should not be deemed evil
  2107. Evil — Recognizing that evil does exist in the world, and making an effort to combat this force by whatever means necessary
  2108. Evil thoughts — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 6 — Samadhi — Samma vayama: Right Effort — Promote good thoughts; conquer evil thoughts
  2109. Evil-speaking is a sin
  2110. Ex post facto law — No one can be accused and convicted of a crime for an action which was not a crime at the time — no ex post facto law
  2111. Ex post facto law — No one shall be held guilty of any penal offence on account of any act or omission which did not constitute a penal offence, under national or international law, at the time when it was committed. Nor shall a heavier penalty be imposed than the one that was applicable at the time the penal offence was committed — UDHR
  2112. Example
  2113. Example — Your own example
  2114. Excellence
  2115. Excellence in all we do
  2116. Excellence in the formulation of policy and program management
  2117. Exceptional talent
  2118. Exceptional talent — Leaders recognize exceptional talent, and willingly move them throughout the organization
  2119. Excessive popular democracy (pursuing constituent interests) interferes with the effective operation of the government
  2120. Executional excellence
  2121. Executional excellence — Encourage and expect outstanding executional excellence
  2122. Executional excellence — Encourage and expect outstanding technical mastery and executional excellence
  2123. Executional excellence — Outstanding executional excellence
  2124. Executive — Legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government
  2125. Executive statesmanship
  2126. Exercise — for health, relaxation, rejuvenation, escape
  2127. Existing with a purpose
  2128. Existing with a purpose — Real life goes beyond the concept of breathing and having blood flow through our veins, it means existing with a purpose and connecting to God and others
  2129. Expanding access to medicines and vaccines
  2130. Expanding participation
  2131. Expanding participation in civil society
  2132. Expanding participation in government
  2133. Expanding participation in society
  2134. Expansion of government programs
  2135. Expansive federal regime — Good for liberals, bad for conservatives
  2136. Expect both officers and soldiers to act morally and display the character of republicans
  2137. Expectations
  2138. Expectations — High expectations yield high results
  2139. Expediency
  2140. Experience
  2141. Experience — Deep experience
  2142. Experience — Spiritual experience is central
  2143. Expect both officers and soldiers to act morally and display the character of republicans
  2144. Experimentation
  2145. Experimentation — Bold, persistent experimentation
  2146. Expertise
  2147. Expertise — We are all leaders in our area of expertise
  2148. Explanations
  2149. Exploration
  2150. Explorers
  2151. Exploring new possibilities
  2152. Exploring new possibilities — Leaders are curious about new possibilities and act to explore them
  2153. Express your feelings
  2154. Express yourself
  2155. Extended family
  2156. Extensive study
  2157. Extensive study — Many decisions and actions are reversible and do not need extensive study
  2158. Externally focused
  2159. Externally focused — Building winning brand equities
  2160. Externally focused — Development of superior understanding of consumers and their needs
  2161. Externally focused — Development of close, mutually productive relationships with customers and suppliers
  2162. Externally focused — Good corporate citizens
  2163. Externally focused — Incorporate sustainability into products, packaging, and operations
  2164. Extraordinary experience — Personal commitment to delivering an extraordinary experience to every customer, every time
  2165. Extraordinary experiences
  2166. Europe
  2167. Europe — Alliance with Europe
  2168. European culture
  2169. Eyes on the stars — Keep your eyes on the stars and keep your feet on the ground
  2170. Face
  2171. Face — Indirectness, ritual, and face
  2172. Face — Saving face
  2173. Facilitation
  2174. Facts
  2175. Failures — Learn from both our successes and our failures
  2176. Fair
  2177. Fair and balanced
  2178. Fair and equal treatment for everyone
  2179. Fair pay
  2180. Fair pay — Everyone who works has the right to just and favourable remuneration ensuring for himself and his family an existence worthy of human dignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by other means of social protection — UDHR
  2181. Fair system
  2182. Fairness
  2183. Fairness — Economic fairness
  2184. Fair and speedy trial — Right to a fair and speedy trial
  2185. Fair competition
  2186. Fair compensation for taking of property by the government
  2187. Fair elections — Regular, Free, and Fair Elections
  2188. Fair means
  2189. Fair means — Unless I can get there by fair means I shall not go — Abraham Lincoln
  2190. Fair play
  2191. Fair and public hearing
  2192. Fair and public hearing — Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him — UDHR
  2193. Fair share — Everyone does his or her fair share
  2194. Fair share — Everyone deserves his or her fair share
  2195. Fair shot — Everyone gets a fair shot
  2196. Fair shot — Everyone deserves a fair shot at a decent, fulfilling and economically secure life
  2197. Fair wages
  2198. Fairs
  2199. Faith
  2200. Faith — Complete trust and confidence
  2201. Faith — Have faith and trust in God
  2202. Faith — Loss of faith and family life leads to greater dependence upon government
  2203. Faith — Religion
  2204. Faith and trust in God
  2205. Faith and trust in markets
  2206. Faith and trust in the profit motive
  2207. Faith in each other
  2208. Faith in God
  2209. Faith in our values
  2210. Faith in ourselves
  2211. Faith in people
  2212. Faith in the future
  2213. Faith-based institutions
  2214. Faith-based institutions — Ensure that faith-based institutions, especially those that are vital parts of underserved neighborhoods, do not face discrimination by government
  2215. Faith-based programs
  2216. Faithfulness
  2217. Falsehood — Falsehood, flattery, perjury, and false swearing are forbidden
  2218. False swearing — Falsehood, flattery, perjury, and false swearing are forbidden
  2219. Fame
  2220. Families and communities should be strong and free from government intrusion
  2221. Families, schools, congregations, and neighborhoods
  2222. Family
  2223. Family — All federal programs should stress the integrity and preservation of the family unit
  2224. Family — Central role of the family
  2225. Family — Close and respectful family relationships
  2226. Family — Congregation, family, and community ahead of individual interests
  2227. Family — The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State — UDHR
  2228. Father — Mother and father as equal in all things
  2229. Family — Role of the family in transmitting the traditions of religion
  2230. Family — Social role of the family
  2231. Family — Strong families and communities are the foundation of a good society
  2232. Family — Strong families, depending upon God and one another, advance the cause of liberty by lessening the need for government in their daily lives
  2233. Family — Raising a family
  2234. Family and Community — integrated
  2235. Family is the foundation of all civil and social life
  2236. Family is the foundation of all civil, social, and ecclesiastical life
  2237. Family is the foundation of civil society
  2238. Family is the foundation of civil society, with the cornerstone of the family being natural marriage, the union of one man and one woman
  2239. Family integrity
  2240. Family integrity and the American moral tradition
  2241. Family leave
  2242. Family leave — Paid family leave
  2243. Family life — Loss of faith and family life leads to greater dependence upon government
  2244. Family life best nurtures love of country, faith in God, morality, and concern for others
  2245. Family is the most basic institution in society
  2246. Family is the most basic institution in society and is organized like a miniature church
  2247. The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State — UDHR
  2248. Family planning programs
  2249. Family planning programs for teens
  2250. Family values
  2251. Family values — Modern family
  2252. Family values — Nuclear family
  2253. Family values — Traditional family
  2254. Farmer
  2255. Farmer — Ideal of the gentleman farmer
  2256. Farming
  2257. Farming — Deep appreciation of farming
  2258. Fashion
  2259. Fashion — Clothing
  2260. Fashion — Power
  2261. Fashion — Status
  2262. Fast — Move fast
  2263. Fast cars
  2264. Fast food
  2265. Fast motorcycles
  2266. Fast vehicles
  2267. Faster — Move faster and push ourselves to achieve continued success
  2268. Faster — Move faster and push ourselves to achieve greater success
  2269. Fatalism
  2270. Fate
  2271. Fate — Trust fate
  2272. Father
  2273. Father — Honour thy father and thy mother — Ten Commandments — #5
  2274. Father as the head of the family
  2275. Fathers
  2276. Favors
  2277. FDIC — Bank account insurance
  2278. Fear itself — The only thing we have to fear is fear itself
  2279. Features
  2280. Federal charges — Grand jury indictment required for felony federal charges
  2281. Federal funding for economic aid to rural regions
  2282. Federal funding for medical care for the elderly and disabled
  2283. Federal government
  2284. Federal government will intervene and protect the people of a state from domestic violence, but only when requested by the state
  2285. Federal government will protect all states from invasion
  2286. Federal programs
  2287. Federal programs should stress the integrity and preservation of the family unit
  2288. Federal Reserve
  2289. Federal Reserve — Central bank
  2290. Federal Reserve — National bank
  2291. Federalism
  2292. Federalism as the foundation of personal liberty
  2293. Feet on the ground — Keep your eyes on the stars and keep your feet on the ground
  2294. Felicity
  2295. Fellowship
  2296. Fellowship of Reconciliation
  2297. Felony federal charges — Grand jury indictment required for felony federal charges
  2298. Feminism
  2299. Feminism and gender equity
  2300. Festivals
  2301. Festivities
  2302. Fetus — Unborn child has a fundamental right to life which cannot be infringed
  2303. Fetus — Unborn children
  2304. Fidelity
  2305. Fidelity in marriage
  2306. Fidelity in marriage — Thou shalt not commit adultery — Ten Commandments — #7
  2307. Fight conflicts
  2308. Fight for school choice until all parents can find good, safe schools for their children
  2309. Fight unwieldy, ferocious, bloody, devastating conflicts
  2310. Fighting against climate change
  2311. Fighting climate change
  2312. Fighting corruption
  2313. Fighting for domestic justice
  2314. Fighting HIV and AIDS
  2315. Fighting poverty
  2316. Fighting poverty — Partnerships between those who manage federal programs and those who are on the front lines of fighting poverty on the ground
  2317. Finance
  2318. Financial incentives
  2319. Financial literacy
  2320. Financial regulation
  2321. Financial reward
  2322. Financial reward — Not expect a political or financial reward
  2323. Financial system
  2324. Fine dining
  2325. Fines — Right to fines that are not excessive
  2326. Finish what you start
  2327. Firebrand
  2328. Fireside chats
  2329. Firm
  2330. Firm and conciliatory
  2331. First — Putting community first
  2332. First — Putting country first
  2333. First — Putting customers first
  2334. First — Putting family first
  2335. First Amendment
  2336. First Amendment — U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights
  2337. First Amendment rights
  2338. Fiscal health
  2339. Fiscal responsibility
  2340. Fish — Give a man a fish and he can eat for a day, teach him to fish and he can eat for a lifetime
  2341. Fishing
  2342. Firm
  2343. Five-day work week
  2344. Flag as a powerful symbol of America
  2345. Flag as a symbol to be respected
  2346. Flag as a symbol to disparage in protest
  2347. Flattery — Falsehood, flattery, perjury, and false swearing are forbidden
  2348. Flattery — Provided not too excessive or too insincere
  2349. Flaws
  2350. Flexibility
  2351. Flowers
  2352. Focus
  2353. Focus on the community regardless of personal views
  2354. Focus on core mission
  2355. Focus on the greater good regardless of personal views
  2356. Focus on impact
  2357. Focus on innovation
  2358. Focus on organizational objectives regardless of personal views
  2359. Focus on outcomes
  2360. Focus on outcomes — Helping customers succeed, however they measure success
  2361. Focus on the present
  2362. Focus on the present — Tomorrow will be here soon enough
  2363. Focus on the team regardless of personal views
  2364. Focused — Externally focused
  2365. Focusing resources to achieve national objectives and strategies
  2366. Focusing resources to achieve organizational objectives and strategies
  2367. Focusing resources to achieve social objectives and strategies
  2368. Folk tradition
  2369. Folklore
  2370. Following Christian principles
  2371. Following the right path in life
  2372. Following the right path in life — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 2 — Panna — Samma sankappa — Right thinking; following the right path in life
  2373. Following rules
  2374. Following through
  2375. Following through — Building trust by listening, following through, and keeping your word
  2376. Following your curiosity
  2377. Food
  2378. Food — Organic food
  2379. Food courts
  2380. Food security
  2381. For-profit education
  2382. Force of will
  2383. Forests
  2384. Forests — Creating new forests
  2385. Forests — Preserving existing forests
  2386. Forget — Willingness to forgive and forget
  2387. Forgive — Acknowledge and forgive acceptable mistakes — including your own
  2388. Forgive — Willingness to forgive and forget
  2389. Forgive others
  2390. Forgiveness
  2391. Forgiveness of sins
  2392. Forgiving
  2393. Forgiving and charitable
  2394. Form the American character
  2395. Formality
  2396. Fortify delegation with selective intervention
  2397. Forty-hour work week
  2398. Forward thinkers
  2399. Forward thinkers — The application of intelligence, reason, and science can improve business, society, and the human condition
  2400. Foster competition and a clash of wills among staff that set off pulses of energy and sparks of creativity
  2401. Foundation of trust
  2402. Foundation of trust — People work best when there is a foundation of trust
  2403. Founding fathers — John Adams
  2404. Founding fathers — Benjamin Franklin
  2405. Founding fathers — Alexander Hamilton
  2406. Founding fathers — Thomas Jefferson
  2407. Founding fathers — James Madison
  2408. Founding fathers — Thomas Paine
  2409. Founding fathers — George Washington
  2410. Four Freedoms — of speech, of worship, from want, from fear — FDR
  2411. Fourteen words — We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children — White supremacist slogan
  2412. Benjamin Franklin — Founding father
  2413. Frankness
  2414. Flattery — Falsehood, flattery, perjury, and false swearing are forbidden
  2415. Free
  2416. Free — Free people, free markets, and free enterprise
  2417. Free — No cost, no charge
  2418. Free to achieve our potential
  2419. Free to achieve our potential — All individuals, communities, and peoples are free to achieve their full potential
  2420. Free commerce between states
  2421. Free education — Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit — UDHR
  2422. Free elections — Regular, Free, and Fair Elections
  2423. Free enterprise system
  2424. Free and equal
  2425. Free and equal — All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights — UDHR
  2426. Free expression
  2427. Free expression — Creativity and free expression
  2428. Free from discrimination
  2429. Freedom from fear — A world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people — UDHR
  2430. Freedom from want — A world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people — UDHR
  2431. Free government
  2432. Free market — Recognizing the power of the free market
  2433. Free market economy
  2434. Free markets
  2435. Free and open markets
  2436. Free people
  2437. Free people, free markets, and free enterprise
  2438. Free press
  2439. Free society
  2440. Free society — Voluntary and spontaneous order of a free society
  2441. Free speech
  2442. Free thought
  2443. Free time and leisure
  2444. Free trade
  2445. Free to travel
  2446. Freedom
  2447. Freedom — Devotion to truth and justice and freedom in every department of human life and under every temptation
  2448. Freedom — Political freedom
  2449. Freedom and dignity
  2450. Freedom and dignity — Live in freedom and dignity
  2451. Freedom can exist only in a nation that is willing to defend it
  2452. Freedom from aggression
  2453. Freedom from discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin
  2454. Freedom from fear
  2455. Freedom from government intrusion
  2456. Freedom from interference
  2457. Freedom from interference — Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers — UDHR
  2458. Freedom from language minority discrimination in voting
  2459. Freedom to organize
  2460. Freedom to organize independent trade unions, women’s groups, political parties, and other social movements
  2461. Freedom from racial discrimination in voting
  2462. Freedom from racial segregation in employment
  2463. Freedom from racial segregation in public accommodations
  2464. Freedom from unequal application of voter registration requirements
  2465. Freedom from racial segregation in schools
  2466. Freedom from “test or device” requirements to vote or cast a ballot, such as literacy tests, educational or knowledge requirements, proof of good moral character, and requirements that a person be vouched for when voting
  2467. Freedom from undue interference by governments and others in carrying out your private affairs and personal beliefs
  2468. Freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures
  2469. Freedom from want
  2470. Freedom of assembly — Peaceable assembly, right to protest — peaceably
  2471. Freedom of association
  2472. Freedom of association — Association cannot be compelled
  2473. Freedom of association — Association cannot be infringed
  2474. Freedom of association — Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association — UDHR
  2475. Freedom of association — No one may be compelled to belong to an association — UDHR
  2476. Freedom of belief — A world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people — UDHR
  2477. Freedom of choice
  2478. Freedom of expression
  2479. Freedom of expression — Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers — UDHR
  2480. Freedom of expression across borders
  2481. Freedom of expression across borders — Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers — UDHR
  2482. Freedom of love and affection
  2483. Freedom of movement
  2484. Freedom of movement — Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state — UDHR
  2485. Freedom of opinion
  2486. Freedom of opinion — Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers — UDHR
  2487. Freedom of peaceful assembly
  2488. Freedom of peaceful assembly — Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association — UDHR
  2489. Freedom of the press
  2490. Freedom of religion
  2491. Freedom of religion — Establishment Clause
  2492. Freedom of religion — Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance — UDHR
  2493. Freedom of religion — Religion may not be used to disqualify holding of office
  2494. Freedom of religion and conscience
  2495. Freedom of religion and conscience that acknowledges the rights of those for whom spiritual concerns are central and the rights of those who reject organized religion
  2496. Freedom of religion and religious and spiritual thought and beliefs
  2497. Freedom of speech
  2498. Freedom of speech — A world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people — UDHR
  2499. Freedom of speech — Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers — UDHR
  2500. Freedom of speech that does not recoil from dissent
  2501. Freedom of symbolic speech
  2502. Freedom of thought
  2503. Freedom of thought — Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance — UDHR
  2504. Freedom of worship
  2505. Freedom of worship — A world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people — UDHR
  2506. Freedom to control our own bodies
  2507. Freedom to control our own bodies and personal lives
  2508. Freedom to control our own lives
  2509. Freedom to hold opinions
  2510. Freedom to hold opinions — Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers — UDHR
  2511. Freedoms are independent of immigration status
  2512. Freedoms of others — In the exercise of his rights and freedoms, everyone shall be subject only to such limitations as are determined by law solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights and freedoms of others and of meeting the just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society — UDHR
  2513. Fresh start — Start over, fresh start — Bankruptcy, do your time, pay your debt to society
  2514. Fridays
  2515. Friendliness
  2516. Friendly relations between nations — Promote the development of friendly relations between nations — UDHR
  2517. Friends
  2518. Friendship, friendships
  2519. Friendship — Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace — UDHR
  2520. Friendship and understanding
  2521. Frivolous lawsuits — Protection against frivolous lawsuits
  2522. From each according to their ability, to each according to their needs
  2523. Frugality
  2524. Frugality and efficiency
  2525. Fruits of one’s labor
  2526. Fruits of one’s labor — Emphasizing self-reliance and being able to keep the fruits of one’s labor
  2527. Fruits of one’s labor — Liberty and opportunity to work and earn the fruits of one’s labor
  2528. Fulfill your dreams
  2529. Fulfilling
  2530. Fulfilling — Decent, fulfilling, and economically secure life
  2531. Fulfilling the purpose of the organization
  2532. Fulfilling the purpose of the organization — Building superior relationships with all the parties who contribute to fulfilling the purpose of the organization, including customers, suppliers, universities, and governments
  2533. Fulfillment
  2534. Full employment
  2535. Full expression of human rights
  2536. Full potential — All individuals, communities, and peoples are free to achieve their full potential
  2537. Full stature
  2538. Full stature — Man must have freedom in which to develop his full stature
  2539. Fullest potential, full potential
  2540. Fullest potential — All individuals can and want to contribute to their fullest potential
  2541. Fun
  2542. Fun — Entertainment
  2543. Fundamental commitment to the Jeffersonian concept of an agrarian society
  2544. Fundamental freedoms
  2545. Fundamental freedoms — Promotion of universal respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms — UDHR
  2546. Fundamental human rights
  2547. Fundamental human rights — UDHR
  2548. Fundamental rights
  2549. Fundamental rights — Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law — UDHR
  2550. Future
  2551. Future — Belief in our future
  2552. Future — Belief in the future
  2553. Future — Deliver the future first
  2554. Future — Deliver the future now
  2555. Future — Faith in the future
  2556. Future, change, and progress
  2557. Future focus
  2558. Future focus and sustainability
  2559. Future happiness
  2560. Future happiness — Do God’s will and receive future happiness
  2561. Future generations
  2562. Future orientation
  2563. Future of the U.S. is intimately tied to the future of the Americas due to close family, language, culture, environment, and trade links with Canada and Mexico
  2564. Gain obtained by betting or gambling or by raising the price of breadstuffs through speculation is theft
  2565. Gain support
  2566. Gain support and sympathy
  2567. Gains
  2568. Gala events
  2569. Galas
  2570. Gambling
  2571. Gambling — Gain obtained by betting or gambling or by raising the price of breadstuffs through speculation is theft
  2572. Game — Learn the rules of the game and then play better than anyone else
  2573. Game — Learn the rules and then play better
  2574. Games
  2575. Games — Board games
  2576. Games — Card games
  2577. Games — Sports
  2578. Games — Video games
  2579. Gay and lesbian equality
  2580. Gay and lesbian equality are consistent with the values of smaller government and personal freedom
  2581. Gender equality
  2582. Gender equity
  2583. Gender justice
  2584. Gender justice — Gender, racial, and ethnic justice
  2585. Gender superiority
  2586. Gender — Respect for gender identity
  2587. Gender and sexuality equality
  2588. General welfare
  2589. General welfare — In the exercise of his rights and freedoms, everyone shall be subject only to such limitations as are determined by law solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights and freedoms of others and of meeting the just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society — UDHR
  2590. Generalists
  2591. Generosity
  2592. Generous
  2593. Generous — With time and money
  2594. Genius
  2595. Geniuses
  2596. Gentle
  2597. Gentle and tender
  2598. Gentleman
  2599. Gentleman farmer
  2600. Gentleman farmer — Ideal of the gentleman farmer
  2601. Genuine
  2602. Genuine — Authentic
  2603. Genuine inter-group and inter-personal living
  2604. Genuine inter-group and inter-personal living — Integration
  2605. Genuinely multinational armed force that can intervene in violent conflicts to enforce generally accepted standards of human rights and democratic practices
  2606. Geographical expansion — Manifest Destiny
  2607. Gesture of good faith
  2608. Gestures
  2609. Get away
  2610. Get the best out of people
  2611. Get things done
  2612. Getting it together
  2613. Getting more ambitious things done
  2614. Getting things done
  2615. Getting together
  2616. Gifted in argument
  2617. Gifts
  2618. Give a man a fish and he can eat for a day, teach him to fish and he can eat for a lifetime
  2619. Give the greatest good to the greatest number
  2620. Give voice to the marginalized
  2621. Give voice to those too marginalized to speak for themselves
  2622. Giving
  2623. Giving charity that will allow the poor to break out of the poverty cycle and become independent and productive members of society
  2624. Giving those in authority due respect, but not to the point of accepting orders or assertions that are contrary to logic or morality
  2625. Giving women the right to vote
  2626. Glass-Steagall Act — Prohibit the combination of commercial and investment banking and other restrictions on speculative bank activities
  2627. Global collaboration
  2628. Global coverage
  2629. Global health
  2630. Global justice
  2631. Global leadership
  2632. Global problems — Global solutions are required for global problems
  2633. Global responsibility
  2634. Global security
  2635. Global solutions are required for global problems
  2636. Globalism
  2637. Globalism — Global solutions are required for global problems
  2638. Globalization
  2639. Glorifying God
  2640. Glorifying God — All honorable work is a means of glorifying God
  2641. Glory
  2642. Glory of God
  2643. Glory of God — Man exists for the glory of God
  2644. Go your own way
  2645. Goals
  2646. God
  2647. God — Belief in God
  2648. God — Belief in One God
  2649. God — Belief in Prophets of God
  2650. God — Faith in God
  2651. God — Light of God
  2652. God — Look to God for authority, not the government
  2653. God — Love God with all our hearts
  2654. God — Love of God
  2655. God — Seek God’s righteousness
  2656. God — Worship God as spirit rather than idol, image, or depiction
  2657. God calls each person to a particular vocation or occupation
  2658. God created a moral law for the government of men
  2659. God gave people control over the animals and earth
  2660. God’s name should not be used for any selfish, worldly purpose
  2661. God’s righteousness — Seek God’s righteousness
  2662. God’s will — Do God’s will
  2663. God-given liberties
  2664. God-given rights
  2665. Godliness
  2666. Golden rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you
  2667. Good
  2668. Good — Do not seek to humiliate the opponent but to call forth the good in the opponent
  2669. Good — Give the greatest good to the greatest number
  2670. Good — Learn to do good
  2671. Good Americans are devoted to civic virtue
  2672. Good conduct
  2673. Good conduct — Sila — Virtue, good conduct, morality — Buddhism
  2674. Good corporate citizens
  2675. Good ear
  2676. Good ear for the American heartbeat
  2677. Good habits
  2678. Good health
  2679. Good health — Enjoy good health
  2680. Good instincts
  2681. Good instincts — Leaders have strong business judgment and good instincts
  2682. Good judgment
  2683. Good Neighbor Policy
  2684. Good neighbors
  2685. Good neighbors — International responsibility — Good neighbors, World policeman
  2686. Good nutrition
  2687. Good sense
  2688. Good sense — Practical good sense
  2689. Good standard of living
  2690. Good thoughts
  2691. Good thoughts — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 6 — Samadhi — Samma vayama: Right Effort — Promote good thoughts; conquer evil thoughts
  2692. Good works
  2693. Good works — Do good works
  2694. Good understanding of the Bible
  2695. Goodness of humanity
  2696. Goodwill
  2697. Gossip
  2698. Gossip — Listening to slanderous gossip is forbidden
  2699. Gossip — Spreading of evil reports is forbidden, even when true
  2700. Got your back — teamwork
  2701. Governance reform
  2702. Government
  2703. Government — Both private enterprise and government are essential
  2704. Government — Both private enterprise and government are essential for creating individual opportunity and growth
  2705. Government — Central government should be rigorously frugal and simple
  2706. Government — Civic engagement and government
  2707. Government — Effective national government
  2708. Government — Expanding participation in government
  2709. Government — It is the task of government “to make those adjustments of life which will put every man in a position to claim his normal rights as a living, human being” — Woodrow Wilson
  2710. Government — Loss of faith and family life leads to greater dependence upon government
  2711. Government — National government
  2712. Government — Open and honest government
  2713. Government — Opposition to British style of government
  2714. Government — Participation in government
  2715. Government — People have the right to alter or abolish a government and replace it with a new government if it becomes destructive to the needs of the people
  2716. Government — Private enterprise and government are essential
  2717. Government — Private enterprise and government are essential for creating individual opportunity and growth
  2718. Government — Purpose of government is to advance the common good, to secure and protect our rights, and to help to create a high quality of life and community well-being
  2719. Government — Republican form of government
  2720. Government — Representative democracy
  2721. Government — Shared sovereignty between the national and state governments
  2722. Government to allay social ills and advance society’s welfare
  2723. Government by consent
  2724. Government has a moral obligation to the people to be as cost effective as possible, to always limit spending and growth of government, and to cut spending and cost of government at every possible turn
  2725. Government intrusion — Institutions of families, schools, congregations, and neighborhoods create spaces where the power of government should not intrude
  2726. Government of liberty by, through, and under the law
  2727. Government of the people, by the people, for the people
  2728. Government may not interfere with the obligations of contracts
  2729. Government must have its powers organized on a foundation based on principles that the people can sense will most likely result in their safety and happiness
  2730. Government must not be changed on a whim or in a cavalier manner (“light and transient causes.”) It is not unacceptable to suffer moderate indignity in the short-term in order to assure that the long-term health of the government is not damaged by too-frequent or ill-advised changes
  2731. Government officials must not harass the people
  2732. Government powers — Government must have its powers organized on a foundation based on principles that the people can sense will most likely result in their safety and happiness
  2733. Government powers — Governments derive their powers from the consent of the governed
  2734. Government programs
  2735. Government programs — Expansion of government programs
  2736. Government reform
  2737. Government reform — Government must not be changed on a whim or in a cavalier manner (“light and transient causes.”) It is not unacceptable to suffer moderate indignity in the short-term in order to assure that the long-term health of the government is not damaged by too-frequent or ill-advised changes
  2738. Government regulation
  2739. Government services — Meeting the needs of the people
  2740. Government should be smaller, smarter, and more efficient
  2741. Government should combine the greatest sum of individual happiness with the least national expense
  2742. Government should not be deemed evil
  2743. Government with the primary concern of protecting the natural rights of man more effectively
  2744. Government that works for all people
  2745. Government values
  2746. Government-owned industrial enterprises to boost the economy — TVA
  2747. Government-sponsored day care
  2748. Governments are instituted by the people to secure the rights of the people
  2749. Governments derive their powers from the consent of the governed
  2750. Grace
  2751. Grace and tolerance
  2752. Graceful
  2753. Graceful — Clean and graceful
  2754. Gracious
  2755. Graduated federal income tax
  2756. Grand challenges
  2757. Grand challenges — Passion for grand challenges, as well as everyday improvements
  2758. Grand jury
  2759. Grand jury indictment required for felony federal charges
  2760. Grand objectives
  2761. Grandeur
  2762. Grassroots Democracy
  2763. Grassroots efforts
  2764. Gratitude
  2765. Gratitude — Continually convey loyalty and gratitude to your team — even after it has been disbanded or leadership has been transferred
  2766. Great majority of wage and income earners
  2767. Great nation
  2768. Great nation is a compassionate nation
  2769. Great Spirit
  2770. Great Spirit and all that he has provided
  2771. Great success through personal effort
  2772. Great value on big, new consumer innovations
  2773. Greater enjoyment of freedom
  2774. Greater focus — Better through greater focus
  2775. Greater focus — Improvement through greater focus
  2776. Greater good
  2777. Greater good — Subordinate yourself to the greater good
  2778. Greater success
  2779. Greater success — Move faster and push ourselves to achieve greater success
  2780. Greatest good
  2781. Greatest good — Give the greatest good to the greatest number
  2782. Grievances — Right to petition for redress of grievances
  2783. Grit
  2784. Grit — Courage
  2785. Grit — Courage and resolve
  2786. Grit — Determination
  2787. Grit — Resolve
  2788. Grit — True grit
  2789. Grooming
  2790. Ground truth
  2791. Grounded
  2792. Group
  2793. Group interests
  2794. Group unit of society — The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State — UDHR
  2795. Group welfare, group’s welfare
  2796. Growth
  2797. Growth — Both private enterprise and government are essential for creating individual opportunity and growth
  2798. Growth — Benefits of growth are broadly shared
  2799. Growth — Economic growth
  2800. Growth — Personal growth
  2801. Guaranteed minimum income
  2802. Guiding providence force largely directs the affairs of men
  2803. Guilty of a crime — No one can be legislated to be guilty of a crime and punished without a trial — no Bill of Attainder
  2804. Habeas Corpus — Right to challenge the legality of an arrest in court — Writ of Habeas Corpus
  2805. Habits
  2806. Habits — Good habits
  2807. Alexander Hamilton — Founding father
  2808. Hand — Adam Smith’s invisible hand
  2809. Hands-off approach to economy
  2810. Happiness
  2811. Happiness and success
  2812. Happiness and success are the result of individual effort, hard work and dedication to a purpose
  2813. Happiness and virtue are inseparable
  2814. Hard power
  2815. Hard work
  2816. Hard work — Education and hard work
  2817. Hard work — Recognizing and utilizing the benefits of competition and hard work
  2818. Hardworking
  2819. Hardy life of the open
  2820. Harmony
  2821. Harmony — Ethnic harmony
  2822. Harmony — Racial harmony
  2823. Hateful — What is hateful to you, do not do unto others
  2824. Hatred — When shared, rewarded, and reinforced by a social group
  2825. Hatred of one’s brother in one’s heart is forbidden
  2826. Have backbone
  2827. Have backbone, disagree, and commit
  2828. Have faith and trust in God
  2829. Have the highest standards
  2830. Have your day in court
  2831. Having someone’s back
  2832. Healing
  2833. Health
  2834. Health — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  2835. Health — Improving health and wellness of both people and animals
  2836. Health care
  2837. Health care — Accessibility
  2838. Health care — Adequate medical care
  2839. Health care — Affordability
  2840. Health care — Quality
  2841. Health care — Right to health care
  2842. Health care is an economic and moral right
  2843. Health care decisions should be made by us and our doctors
  2844. Health care professionals should not be forced to choose between following their faith and practicing their profession
  2845. Health and wellness
  2846. Health and wellness — Improving health and wellness of both people and animals
  2847. Health and wellness of both people and animals
  2848. Health and wellness of both people and animals — Improving health and wellness of both people and animals
  2849. Healthy and fair competition
  2850. Healthy communities
  2851. Healthy communities — Safe, clean, and healthy communities
  2852. Healthy dissatisfaction with the status quo
  2853. Healthy lifestyle
  2854. Healthy living
  2855. Help others
  2856. Help the bottom of society
  2857. Help working women receive better wages
  2858. Helper of the oppressed
  2859. Helping customers succeed, however they measure success
  2860. Helping each other
  2861. Helping each other in time of need
  2862. Helping others improve their effectiveness
  2863. Helping others improve their effectiveness — Accept personal accountability to help others improve their effectiveness
  2864. Helping those less fortunate
  2865. Helping your fellow man
  2866. Here — The here and now
  2867. Heritage
  2868. Heritage — The high promise of our heritage
  2869. Heroes
  2870. Heroic
  2871. Heroic grandeur
  2872. Heroism
  2873. Hidden spirit of the wilderness
  2874. Hierarchy
  2875. Hierarchy, rank, and status
  2876. High expectations
  2877. High expectations for education of all students and rejection of the crippling bigotry of low expectations
  2878. High expectations yield high results
  2879. High finance
  2880. High finance — Regulating business and high finance
  2881. High promise of our heritage
  2882. High quality public education
  2883. High results
  2884. High results — High expectations yield high results
  2885. High standards — Leaders have relentlessly high standards
  2886. High-minded idealism
  2887. Higher education — College, vocational and professional training
  2888. Higher human rights standards
  2889. Higher standard of living
  2890. Higher state of consciousness
  2891. Higher state of consciousness — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 8 — Samadhi — Samma samadhi — Right Concentration — Meditate to achieve a higher state of consciousness
  2892. Higher values
  2893. Higher-quality processes
  2894. Higher-quality products
  2895. Higher-quality services
  2896. Higher-quality products, services, and processes
  2897. Higher-quality products, services, and processes — Leaders continually raising the quality bar and driving their teams to deliver higher-quality products, services, and processes
  2898. Highest aspirations
  2899. Highest standards
  2900. Highest standards — Insist on the highest standards
  2901. Highest standards of personal conduct
  2902. Highly pragmatic
  2903. Highly principled
  2904. Highly principled and highly pragmatic
  2905. Hiking
  2906. Hire the best — Leaders raise the performance bar with every hire and promotion
  2907. Hire the best
  2908. Hire and develop the best
  2909. Hire people more talented than yourself
  2910. Historic figures
  2911. Historic leaders
  2912. Historic leaders and figures
  2913. Historic leaders and figures — Revere of history and historic leaders and figures
  2914. History
  2915. History — Break with history
  2916. History — Past orientation
  2917. History — Revere of history and historic leaders and figures
  2918. HIV — Fighting HIV and AIDS
  2919. Hobbies
  2920. Holding power accountable
  2921. Holding power accountable — Free press
  2922. Holidays
  2923. Holidays — Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay — UDHR
  2924. Holistic orientation
  2925. Home
  2926. Home — Decent home
  2927. Home is your castle — Your home is your castle
  2928. Home life
  2929. Home life — Observance of religion is an integral part of home life
  2930. Homeschooling
  2931. Homosexuality — Non-Orthodox Jews view various forms of homosexual behavior or all forms of homosexual behavior as permitted by the tradition
  2932. Homosexuality — Orthodox Jews view male homosexuality as explicitly prohibited by the Torah
  2933. Honest elections
  2934. Honest elections and the right to vote
  2935. Honest government
  2936. Honest government — Open and honest government
  2937. Honest and straightforward
  2938. Honest and straightforward with others
  2939. Honest with people
  2940. Honest with people about their performance
  2941. Honesty, honest
  2942. Honesty — Directness, openness, and honesty
  2943. Honesty — Telling the truth
  2944. Honesty — Telling the whole truth
  2945. Honesty — Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour — Ten Commandments — #9
  2946. Honesty and integrity
  2947. Honor
  2948. Honor and reputation
  2949. Honor and reputation — No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks — UDHR
  2950. Honor and respect
  2951. Honor and respect — Mother entitled to honor and respect at the hands of sons and daughters
  2952. Honorable work
  2953. Honorable work — All honorable work is a means of glorifying God
  2954. Honoring public debt
  2955. Honour thy father and thy mother — Ten Commandments — #5
  2956. Hope
  2957. Hopeful
  2958. Hopefulness
  2959. Hospitality
  2960. House of Representatives — Proportional representation in the House of Representatives
  2961. Housing
  2962. Housing — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  2963. How to handle principles in a world of actuality
  2964. Human achievement
  2965. Human achievement — Advancing human achievement
  2966. Human agency
  2967. Human capabilities
  2968. Human capabilities — Unleash our human capabilities
  2969. Human decency
  2970. Human decency — Standards of human decency
  2971. Human dignity
  2972. Human dignity — Common effort to raise the level of human dignity
  2973. Human dignity — Enhancement of human dignity
  2974. Human dignity — Everyone who works has the right to just and favourable remuneration ensuring for himself and his family an existence worthy of human dignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by other means of social protection — UDHR
  2975. Human dignity — Human dignity and charity work
  2976. Human dignity — Respect for human dignity
  2977. Human dignity and charity work
  2978. Human interaction
  2979. Human interdependence
  2980. Human nature — Limits of human nature
  2981. Human nature — The good side
  2982. Human needs
  2983. Human needs — Leaving the provision of common human needs to the private marketplace guarantees a starkly inegalitarian class system of access to opportunity
  2984. Human reason
  2985. Human reason — Deep optimism in human reason
  2986. Human rights
  2987. Human rights — Advancing human rights
  2988. Human rights — All individuals, communities, and peoples work toward the protection and full expression of their human rights
  2989. Human rights — Commitment to human rights
  2990. Human rights — Defend human rights
  2991. Human rights — Digital human rights
  2992. Human rights — Essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law — UDHR
  2993. Human rights — Full expression of human rights
  2994. Human rights — Promotion of universal respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms — UDHR
  2995. Human rights — Protection and full expression of human rights
  2996. Human rights — Protection of human rights
  2997. Human rights — Supremacy of human rights everywhere
  2998. Human rights — Transnational human rights
  2999. Human rights — United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  3000. Human rights defenders
  3001. Human rights defenders — Champion human rights defenders
  3002. Human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights instruments
  3003. Human rights should be protected by the rule of law — UDHR
  3004. Human rights standards
  3005. Humanitarian aid
  3006. Humanity
  3007. Humanity — Emphasize humanity over property
  3008. Humanity’s connection to our environment
  3009. Humanity’s connection to the environment
  3010. Humanity’s interconnectedness
  3011. Humble
  3012. Humble — Humble ourselves as little children
  3013. Humble — Truly humble and contrite spirit
  3014. Humble ourselves as little children
  3015. Humiliate — Do not seek to humiliate the opponent but to call forth the good in the opponent
  3016. Humility
  3017. Humility — Emphasizing humility and open-mindedness instead of arrogant certainty about one’s own views
  3018. Humor
  3019. I am the Lord thy God — Ten Commandments — preamble
  3020. Iconic speeches
  3021. Ideal of the gentleman farmer
  3022. Idealism
  3023. Idealism — High-minded idealism
  3024. Idealism — Soaring idealism
  3025. Ideals
  3026. Ideals — Living up to your ideals
  3027. Ideas
  3028. Ideas — Investing in novel ideas
  3029. Ideas — Investing in novel ideas for social good
  3030. Ideas — Leaders are externally aware, look for new ideas from everywhere, and are not limited by “not invented here”
  3031. Ideas — New ideas
  3032. Ideas — Novel ideas
  3033. Ideas — Supporting new ideas
  3034. Ideas — Taking pride in results from reapplying others’ ideas
  3035. Identity
  3036. Identity politics
  3037. Ideological — Principled and conservative but not ideological or rigid
  3038. Ideological superiority
  3039. Ideology — Policy decisions guided more by pragmatism than ideology
  3040. If I must choose between righteousness and peace, I choose righteousness — Theodore Roosevelt
  3041. If not us, then who? If not now, then when?
  3042. If you work hard, you’ll get ahead — American Dream
  3043. Ignorance — Taking advantage of a man’s ignorance is forbidden
  3044. Imagination
  3045. Imagination is everything
  3046. Imagination is more important than knowledge
  3047. Imagination is powerful
  3048. Immense stock of common sense
  3049. Immigration
  3050. Immigration status — Freedoms are independent of immigration status
  3051. Immoral to put commercial concerns before care for God’s creation
  3052. Impact — Focus on impact
  3053. Impartiality
  3054. Impartiality and independence
  3055. Importance of good works
  3056. Importance of intellectual life
  3057. Importance of public opinion in making public policy.
  3058. Importance of religion
  3059. Importance of religious liberty and toleration
  3060. Important point — Concede unimportant points while concentrating on the most important point
  3061. Impossible — Dream the impossible
  3062. Impossible — Accomplish the impossible
  3063. Impressive character
  3064. Improve our own lives through hard work, education, and by acting with honesty, and integrity
  3065. Improvement
  3066. Improvement — Compelling desire to improve and to win in the marketplace
  3067. Improvement — Self-improvement
  3068. Improvement of transparency and oversight
  3069. Improvement through greater focus
  3070. Improving business — Application of intelligence, reason, and science can improve business, society, and the human condition
  3071. Improving effectiveness
  3072. Improving effectiveness — Accept personal accountability to help others improve their effectiveness
  3073. Improving health
  3074. Improving health and wellness
  3075. Improving health and wellness of both people and animals
  3076. Improving the human condition — Application of intelligence, reason, and science can improve business, society, and the human condition
  3077. Improving life chances
  3078. Improving life chances — Steadily improving life chances
  3079. Improving lives
  3080. Improving the lives of as many people as we can
  3081. Improving living standards
  3082. Improving living standards — Steadily improving living standards
  3083. Improving organizational systems
  3084. Improving organizational systems — Accept personal accountability to improve organizational systems
  3085. Improving society
  3086. Improving society — Application of intelligence, reason, and science can improve business, society, and the human condition
  3087. Improving wellness
  3088. Improving wellness — Improving health and wellness of both people and animals
  3089. In the exercise of his rights and freedoms, everyone shall be subject only to such limitations as are determined by law solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights and freedoms of others and of meeting the just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society — UDHR
  3090. Incentives
  3091. Incest — Adultery and incestual relationships are prohibited
  3092. Inclusion
  3093. Inclusion — Significant benefits to individuals, groups, communities, and society
  3094. Inclusion and diversity
  3095. Inclusive economics
  3096. Income
  3097. Income — Guaranteed minimum income
  3098. Income tax — Provides for many valuable government services, although not everyone agrees or appreciates it
  3099. Incorporate sustainability into products, packaging, and operations
  3100. Incorruptible integrity
  3101. Increased democratic — and not corporate — control over public policy
  3102. Increasing recognition of intersection between economics, environment, and gender equality
  3103. Increasing voter participation
  3104. Incubation of new efforts
  3105. Incubators
  3106. Incubators — Business incubators
  3107. Indemnities — Rejection of annexations and indemnities in international conflicts
  3108. Independence
  3109. Independence of the individual
  3110. Independence of the individual — The artisan and the ordinary farmer
  3111. Independent — Keep things independent that aren’t very related
  3112. Independent institutions
  3113. Independent judiciary
  3114. Independent individuals
  3115. Independent individuals and the institutions they create together — families, schools, congregations, and neighborhoods
  3116. Individual liberty
  3117. Independent and impartial tribunal
  3118. Independent and impartial tribunal — Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him — UDHR
  3119. Independent and productive members of society
  3120. Independent thought
  3121. Indirectness, ritual, and face
  3122. Indispensable
  3123. Indispensable nation
  3124. Individual achievement
  3125. Individual effort
  3126. Individual development
  3127. Individual development — Responsibility of all individuals to continually develop themselves and others
  3128. Individual initiative
  3129. Individual liberty
  3130. Individual liberty and personal freedom
  3131. Individual obedience to the Inner Light
  3132. Individual opportunity
  3133. Individual opportunity — Both private enterprise and government are essential for creating individual opportunity and growth
  3134. Individual prosperity
  3135. Individual responsibility
  3136. Individual responsibility — Responsibility of all individuals to continually develop themselves and others
  3137. Individual rights
  3138. Individual rights — Protecting individual rights
  3139. Individual rights — Society benefits when individual rights are balanced with social responsibility
  3140. Individualism
  3141. Individualism and privacy
  3142. Indivisibility of human rights
  3143. Industrious
  3144. Industrious — Busy as a bee
  3145. Industrious — Burning the midnight oil
  3146. Industry
  3147. Inequality — Challenging inequality
  3148. Inequality and environmental degradation harm us all
  3149. Inequality harms us all
  3150. Inequality will always be an aspect of human society and government needs to reflect that reality
  3151. Inertia — As long as headed in the right direction
  3152. Inertia — Momentum
  3153. Inevitability of scientific and social progress
  3154. Influence
  3155. Influences on American thought — Classical republicanism, British liberalism, and Protestant Christianity
  3156. Informality
  3157. Information
  3158. Information — Equal access to information
  3159. Information gathering
  3160. Informed
  3161. Informed risks — Taking informed risks and championing new and sometimes unpopular ideas
  3162. Infrastructure
  3163. Infrastructure investment
  3164. Inherent dignity of all people
  3165. Inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family — UDHR
  3166. Inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment — No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment — UDHR
  3167. Initiative
  3168. Initiative — Individual initiative
  3169. Initiative — Seize — and hold — the initiative
  3170. Injustice — Reducing poverty and injustice
  3171. Inner circle
  3172. Inner circle — Create an inner circle of leadership
  3173. Inner conviction
  3174. Inner harmony
  3175. Inner light
  3176. Inner light in each person
  3177. Inner light in each person — Seeking the inner light in each person
  3178. Inner peace
  3179. Innovation
  3180. Innovation — Administrators need flexibility to innovate in education
  3181. Innovation — American culture of innovation and entrepreneurship
  3182. Innovation — Challenging convention and reinventing the way business is done to better win in the marketplace
  3183. Innovation — Continuous innovation
  3184. Innovation — Focus on innovation
  3185. Innovation — Leaders expect and require innovation and invention from their teams
  3186. Innovation — Place great value on big, new consumer innovations
  3187. Innovation is the cornerstone of our success
  3188. Innovation and invention
  3189. Innovation that matters
  3190. Innovation that matters — For our organization and for the world
  3191. Innovation and scientific excellence
  3192. Innovative economy
  3193. Innovative financing mechanisms for education that make options available to all children — education savings accounts (ESAs), vouchers, and tuition tax credits
  3194. Insanity — Don’t be repetitive — Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results
  3195. Insight
  3196. Insight — Prajna — Discernment, insight, wisdom, enlightenment — Buddhism
  3197. Insistence on virtue
  3198. Insisting on the highest standards
  3199. Inspiration
  3200. Inspirational
  3201. Inspire — Leaders create and communicate a bold direction that inspires results
  3202. Inspire and enable people
  3203. Inspire and enable people to achieve challenging goals
  3204. Inspire and enable people to achieve high expectations
  3205. Inspire and enable people to achieve high expectations, standards, and challenging goals
  3206. Inspire and enable people to achieve high standards
  3207. Inspire people
  3208. Inspire people to achieve challenging goals
  3209. Inspire people to achieve high expectations
  3210. Inspire people to achieve high expectations, standards, and challenging goals
  3211. Inspire personal loyalty
  3212. Instinct
  3213. Institution of traditional marriage is the foundation of society
  3214. Institutions
  3215. Institutions of families, schools, congregations, and neighborhoods
  3216. Institutions of families, schools, congregations, and neighborhoods allow Americans to work together to solve most of the problems facing their communities
  3217. Institutions of families, schools, congregations, and neighborhoods allow Americans to work together to solve most of the problems facing their communities, minimizing decision-making by those who hold or are appointed to office
  3218. Institutions of families, schools, congregations, and neighborhoods allow Americans to work together to solve most of the problems facing their communities, reducing the need for intervention by government in the form of more and bigger programs or a larger public workforce
  3219. Institutions of families, schools, congregations, and neighborhoods are the pillars of a free society, standing between the citizen and the power of government
  3220. Instruction and training of children
  3221. Insurance
  3222. Insurrection — Domestic militia (national guard) to put down insurrections, and to repel invasions
  3223. Integration
  3224. Integration — Genuine inter-group and inter-personal living
  3225. Integrity
  3226. Integrity — Ethics and integrity
  3227. Integrity — Personal integrity
  3228. Integrity first
  3229. Integrity and trust
  3230. Integrity and trust — Operate with integrity and trust
  3231. Intellect
  3232. Intellectual capacity
  3233. Intellectual and cultural superiority of whites — Alleged
  3234. Intellectual curiosity
  3235. Intellectual honesty
  3236. Intellectual independence
  3237. Intellectual life
  3238. Intellectual powers
  3239. Intellectual powers — Confidence in your own intellectual powers
  3240. Intellectual property
  3241. Intellectual property — Protection of intellectual property
  3242. Intellectual property rights
  3243. Intellectual property rights — Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author — UDHR
  3244. Intellectual pursuits
  3245. Intellectual superiority
  3246. Intellectuals — Recognition of the mutual dependence of the worlds of intellectuals and politicians
  3247. Intelligence
  3248. Intelligence — Application of intelligence, reason, and science can improve business, society, and the human condition
  3249. Intelligence — Artificial Intelligence
  3250. Intelligence — Machine intelligence
  3251. Intelligence — Wide-ranging intelligence
  3252. Intelligent effort
  3253. Intention to do everything possible to keep the United States out of war
  3254. Intentions
  3255. Intentions — Confidence in each other’s capabilities and intentions
  3256. Interchange of views
  3257. Interdependence, interdependency
  3258. Interdependency — Mutual interdependency
  3259. Interdependency — Mutual interdependency is a way of life
  3260. Interests of individual
  3261. Interests of individual — Interests of the organization and the individual are inseparable
  3262. Interests of the organization
  3263. Interests of the organization and the individual are inseparable
  3264. Intergenerational commitment — Care for children and elderly
  3265. Intergenerational justice — Safeguarding legacy for future generations and accepting responsibility for actions of past generations
  3266. Intergenerational responsibility
  3267. International assistance
  3268. International assistance that makes a difference
  3269. International assistance that makes a difference — Foreign aid must serve America’s interests first
  3270. International commerce
  3271. International community
  3272. International community — Participation in the international community
  3273. International conflicts — Rejection of annexations and indemnities in international conflicts
  3274. International cooperation
  3275. International cooperation — Promoting international cooperation
  3276. International development
  3277. International ethical code
  3278. International labor
  3279. International law
  3280. International leadership in building a new world order
  3281. International liberal economic order
  3282. International liberal order
  3283. International order
  3284. International order — Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration can be fully realized — UDHR
  3285. International organizations
  3286. International organizations — American leadership in international organizations
  3287. International organizations — American sovereignty when participating in international organizations
  3288. International peace
  3289. International peace and security
  3290. International religious freedom
  3291. International religious freedom — Defense of international religious freedom
  3292. International responsibility — Good neighbors, World policeman
  3293. International rules-based order
  3294. International security
  3295. International solidarity
  3296. International standards
  3297. International standards of human decency
  3298. International travel
  3299. International travel — Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country — UDHR
  3300. Internationalism
  3301. Internationalism — Visionary internationalism
  3302. Internet
  3303. Interpretation
  3304. Interpreting the Declaration as a moral covenant
  3305. Intersection between economics, environment, and gender equality
  3306. Intervention to stop crimes against humanity
  3307. Intolerance, intolerant
  3308. Intrinsic worth
  3309. Intrinsic worth — All people have equal intrinsic worth
  3310. Intuition
  3311. Invasion — Domestic militia (national guard) to put down insurrections, and to repel invasions
  3312. Invasion — Federal government will protect all states from invasion
  3313. Invent and simplify
  3314. Invention
  3315. Invention — Constraints breed resourcefulness, self-sufficiency, and invention
  3316. Invention — Innovation and invention
  3317. Invention — Leaders are externally aware, look for new ideas from everywhere, and are not limited by “not invented here”
  3318. Invention — Leaders expect and require innovation and invention from their teams
  3319. Invention of mechanisms for career development
  3320. Investigative reporting
  3321. Investing
  3322. Investing in the education, health care, and aspirations of women and girls
  3323. Investing in novel ideas
  3324. Investing in novel ideas for social good
  3325. Investing in people
  3326. Investing at scale
  3327. Investing at scale for large opportunities
  3328. Investment
  3329. Investment — Infrastructure investment
  3330. Investment — Public investment
  3331. Invisible hand — Adam Smith’s invisible hand
  3332. Involuntary servitude — Ban of slavery and involuntary servitude, with the exception of punishment for a crime
  3333. Israel
  3334. Israel — Special relationship between the US and Israel
  3335. Israel — Unequivocal support for Israel
  3336. It is common sense to take a method and try it; if it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something — FDR
  3337. It is possible to exclude men from the right of voting, but it impossible to exclude them from the right of rebelling against that exclusion; and when other rights are taken away, the right of rebellion is made perfect — Thomas Paine
  3338. It is the right and duty of a people to discard a government which engages in “a long train of abuses and usurpations” that reduces the people to living under in a state tantamount to despotism and absolute tyranny
  3339. It takes every single one of us to deliver the experiences our customers deserve
  3340. It takes every single one of us to meet the objectives of the organization
  3341. It takes every single one of us to serve the needs of society
  3342. It is the task of government “to make those adjustments of life which will put every man in a position to claim his normal rights as a living, human being” — Woodrow Wilson
  3343. Jacksonian democracy — Greater democracy for the common man against a corrupt aristocracy
  3344. Thomas Jefferson — Founding father
  3345. Jeffersonian concept of an agrarian society
  3346. Jeffersonian democracy
  3347. Jerusalem
  3348. Jerusalem — Special relationship between the US and Israel
  3349. Jesus — Living a life that upholds the virtues preached by Jesus
  3350. Jesus Christ
  3351. Jesus Christ as personal Lord and Saviour
  3352. Jesus Christ as Teacher and Lord
  3353. Jesus Christ is the center of public and personal affairs
  3354. Jewelry
  3355. Jewish culture
  3356. Jewish medical ethics and bioethics — use Jewish law and tradition and Jewish ethical thought to determine which medical treatments or technological innovations are moral, when treatments may or may not be used, etc.
  3357. Jews believe that non-Jews who follow the Noachide code, the minimum ethical and religious requirements for all non-Jews, will be equally recognized by God
  3358. Job
  3359. Job — A decent job
  3360. Job — Any job, when you need the money
  3361. Job — The value an individual and their family attach to their own job
  3362. Job training
  3363. Jobs — The general social and governmental value for jobs as an essential part of modern life
  3364. Joking — Humor
  3365. Journalism
  3366. Journalism — Use of journalism to overcome social isolation for women
  3367. Journey — Emotional appeal of the abstract, mental concept
  3368. Journeys — Specific experiences, anticipation, and memories
  3369. Joy
  3370. Joy of life
  3371. Judge — Poverty and riches shall not be regarded by the judge
  3372. Judges should be elected rather than appointed
  3373. Judgment
  3374. Judgment — Belief in Day of Judgment
  3375. Judgment — Ordinary people can indeed make sound judgments on major political issues
  3376. Judgment — Sound judgment
  3377. Judicial — Legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government
  3378. Judicial review
  3379. Judiciary — Independent judiciary
  3380. Jury trial
  3381. Jury trial — Right to an impartial jury
  3382. Just
  3383. Just cities
  3384. Just cities and regions
  3385. Just and favourable remuneration
  3386. Just and favourable remuneration — Everyone who works has the right to just and favourable remuneration ensuring for himself and his family an existence worthy of human dignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by other means of social protection — UDHR
  3387. Just measure
  3388. Just measure — Right weight and just measure are demanded
  3389. Just regions
  3390. Just society
  3391. Just society — Build a more just society over time
  3392. Just society — Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration can be fully realized — UDHR
  3393. Just wages
  3394. Just wages — Minimum wage
  3395. Justice
  3396. Justice — Devotion to truth and justice and freedom in every department of human life and under every temptation
  3397. Justice — Economic justice
  3398. Justice — Gender, racial, and ethnic justice
  3399. Justice — Global justice
  3400. Justice — Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere
  3401. Justice — Natural justice
  3402. Justice — Poverty and riches shall not be regarded by the judge
  3403. Justice — Racial justice
  3404. Justice — Social justice
  3405. Justice — The arc of history is long, but it bends toward justice
  3406. Justice — The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice
  3407. Justice — The nonviolent resister has deep faith that justice will eventually win
  3408. Justice — The world rests on three things: justice, truth, and peace
  3409. Justice — Unobstructed administration of justice
  3410. Justice is indivisible
  3411. Justice and truth are paramount
  3412. Justice must be swift, just, and fair
  3413. Justice system
  3414. Karma
  3415. Karma — Buddhism
  3416. Keep customer trust
  3417. Keep customer trust — Work vigorously to earn and keep customer trust
  3418. Keep customer trust — Leaders work vigorously to earn and keep customer trust
  3419. Keep God’s 10 Commandments
  3420. Keep things independent that aren’t very related
  3421. Keep your eyes on the stars and keep your feet on the ground
  3422. Keeping kosher dietary laws
  3423. Keeping your word
  3424. Keeping your word — Building trust by listening, following through, and keeping your word
  3425. Key figures in the Continental Congress
  3426. Key influences on American thought — Classical republicanism, British liberalism, and Protestant Christianity
  3427. Kindly nature
  3428. Kindness
  3429. Kindness and compassion
  3430. Kindness to the needy
  3431. Kinship
  3432. Kinship — Consanguinity
  3433. Kinship and the relationship between all beings
  3434. Know God and Jesus Christ — To know God and Jesus Christ
  3435. Know yourself and learn to accept yourself
  3436. Knowledge
  3437. Knowledge — Imagination is more important than knowledge
  3438. Knowledge comes from experience
  3439. Knowledge comes from experience — Information is not knowledge; the only source of knowledge is experience
  3440. Knowledge elders carry forward
  3441. Knowledge of society
  3442. Knowledge of society — All individuals, communities, and peoples are free to achieve their full potential
  3443. Knowledge, wealth, and resources of society
  3444. Knowledge, wealth, and resources of society — All individuals, communities, and peoples are free to achieve their full potential
  3445. Knowledgeable
  3446. Kosher
  3447. Kosher — Keeping kosher dietary laws
  3448. Kosher dietary laws
  3449. Kosher food
  3450. Kosher kitchen
  3451. Labor
  3452. Labor — Emphasizing self-reliance and being able to keep the fruits of one’s labor
  3453. Labor rights
  3454. Labor unions
  3455. Labor unions — Encourage labor union growth
  3456. Lack of livelihood — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  3457. Laissez-faire hands-off approach to economy
  3458. Land
  3459. Land — Acquire land at reasonable prices
  3460. Land — Love for the land
  3461. Land — Respect for the land
  3462. Land ownership
  3463. Landscape
  3464. Language minority discrimination — Freedom from language minority discrimination in voting.
  3465. Language minority discrimination — Right to freedom from language minority discrimination in voting
  3466. Large and efficient naval force
  3467. Lasting peace
  3468. Lasting peace through reconciliation
  3469. Lasting relationships
  3470. Lasting relationships — Create positive, lasting relationships
  3471. Law
  3472. Law — Natural Law
  3473. Law — Operate within the letter and spirit of the law
  3474. Law — Public interest law
  3475. Law and order
  3476. Law enforcement
  3477. Law enforcement reform
  3478. Law-abiding citizens of the United States of America have a right to protect and defend their lives, their families and their property without government infringement
  3479. Laws against child labor
  3480. Laws and regulation to protect against anticompetitive practices
  3481. Laws of Nature
  3482. Lead in advanced technologies
  3483. Lead in advanced technologies and quality
  3484. Lead in advanced technologies and quality in creating the world’s best products
  3485. Lead with integrity, character, and compassion
  3486. Lead a righteous life
  3487. Leader
  3488. Leader — Outstanding leader
  3489. Leaders — Develop leaders
  3490. Leaders — We are all leaders in our area of expertise
  3491. Leaders — We are all leaders in our area of responsibility
  3492. Leaders — We are all leaders in our area of responsibility and expertise
  3493. Leaders act on behalf of the entire organization, beyond just their own team
  3494. Leaders always find ways to simplify
  3495. Leaders are curious about new possibilities and act to explore them
  3496. Leaders are externally aware
  3497. Leaders are externally aware, look for new ideas from everywhere, and are not limited by “not invented here”
  3498. Leaders are never done learning and always seek to improve themselves
  3499. Leaders are not limited by “not invented here”
  3500. Leaders are obligated to respectfully challenge decisions when they disagree, even when doing so is uncomfortable or exhausting
  3501. Leaders are owners
  3502. Leaders are right a lot
  3503. Leaders are tenacious
  3504. Leaders are vocally self-critical, even when doing so is awkward or embarrassing
  3505. Leaders believe that no task is beneath them
  3506. Leaders benchmark themselves and their teams against the best
  3507. Leaders commit wholly once a decision is determined
  3508. Leaders continually raising the quality bar and driving their teams to deliver higher-quality products, services, and processes
  3509. Leaders create and communicate a bold direction that inspires results
  3510. Leaders develop leaders and take seriously their role in coaching others
  3511. Leaders do not believe their or their team’s body odor smells of perfume — Amazon
  3512. Leaders do not compromise for the sake of social cohesion
  3513. Leaders ensure that defects do not get sent down the line and that problems are fixed so they stay fixed
  3514. Leaders expect and require innovation and invention from their teams
  3515. Leaders expect and require innovation and invention from their teams and always find ways to simplify
  3516. Leaders have conviction
  3517. Leaders have conviction and are tenacious
  3518. Leaders have relentlessly high standards
  3519. Leaders have strong business judgment and good instincts
  3520. Leaders listen attentively
  3521. Leaders listen attentively, speak candidly, and treat others respectfully
  3522. Leaders look for new ideas from everywhere and are not limited by “not invented here”
  3523. Leaders never say “that’s not my job”
  3524. Leaders operate at all levels, stay connected to the details, audit frequently, and are skeptical when metrics and anecdote differ
  3525. Leaders pay attention to competitors, but obsess over customers
  3526. Leaders raise the performance bar with every hire and promotion
  3527. Leaders raising the quality bar and driving their teams to deliver higher-quality products, services, and processes
  3528. Leaders recognize exceptional talent, and willingly move them throughout the organization
  3529. Leaders seek diverse perspectives and work to disconfirm
  3530. Leaders should serve the people, not special interests
  3531. Leaders speak candidly
  3532. Leaders start with the customer and work backwards
  3533. Leaders think differently
  3534. Leaders think differently and look around corners for ways to serve customers
  3535. Leaders treat others respectfully
  3536. Leaders work vigorously to earn and keep customer trust
  3537. Leadership
  3538. Leaders — We are all leaders in our area of expertise
  3539. Leaders — We are all leaders in our area of responsibility
  3540. Leaders — We are all leaders in our area of responsibility and expertise
  3541. Leadership — Behaving with the organization’s long-term success in mind
  3542. Leadership — Create an inner circle of leadership
  3543. Leadership — Next generation leadership
  3544. Leadership — Strong leadership
  3545. Leadership — U.S. leadership in the Asian Pacific
  3546. Leading force in the Progressive Movement
  3547. Learn from both our successes and our failures
  3548. Learn and be curious
  3549. Learn to do good
  3550. Learn the rules of the game and then play better than anyone else
  3551. Learn the rules and then play better
  3552. Learning
  3553. Learning — Leaders are never done learning and always seek to improve themselves
  3554. Learning — Youth opportunity and learning
  3555. Learning and expertise
  3556. Leaving the provision of common human needs to the private marketplace guarantees a starkly inegalitarian class system of access to opportunity
  3557. Lectures
  3558. Legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government
  3559. Legislative integrity
  3560. Legislature is the creature of the Constitution and that the latter could never be subordinated to the former
  3561. Leisure
  3562. Leisure — Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay — UDHR
  3563. Leisure and free time
  3564. Length of service
  3565. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people
  3566. Less — Accomplish more with less
  3567. Less talk, more action
  3568. Letter of the law
  3569. Letter and spirit of the law
  3570. Letter and spirit of the law — Operate within the letter and spirit of the law
  3571. Level of human dignity
  3572. Level of human dignity — Common effort to raise the level of human dignity
  3573. Level playing field
  3574. LGBT people — Safeguard vulnerable minorities, including LGBT people and people with disabilities
  3575. LGBT rights
  3576. Liberal democracy
  3577. Liberal international economic order
  3578. Liberal international order
  3579. Liberal order
  3580. Liberal values
  3581. Liberal world order
  3582. Liberal world order — Acceptance of the mantle of liberal world order, leadership of it, structure of it, and urgent necessity of it
  3583. Liberalism
  3584. Liberation
  3585. Liberation — Nirvana — Buddhism
  3586. Liberty
  3587. Liberty — America’s providential role in providing an asylum for liberty
  3588. Liberty — Love of liberty
  3589. Liberty and equality
  3590. Liberty and opportunity to work and earn the fruits of one’s labor
  3591. Liberty of the people must be protected above the power of the government
  3592. Liberty and privacy
  3593. Liberty unimpeded by intrusive government regulation and control
  3594. Libraries
  3595. Libraries — Public libraries
  3596. Life
  3597. Life — All of life is God’s
  3598. Life — All of life is sacred in God
  3599. Life — Commitment to a vibrant pluralist life
  3600. Life — Learn the rules of the game and then play better than anyone else
  3601. Life — Learn the rules and then play better
  3602. Life — Living a life that upholds the virtues preached by Jesus
  3603. Life — Real life goes beyond the concept of breathing and having blood flow through our veins, it means existing with a purpose and connecting to God and others
  3604. Life — Righteous life
  3605. Life — Thou shalt not kill — Ten Commandments — #6
  3606. Life after death
  3607. Life goes beyond the concept of breathing and having blood flow through our veins, it means existing with a purpose and connecting to God and others
  3608. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness
  3609. Life is a journey, not a destination
  3610. Life is sacred
  3611. Life is sacred from conception to natural death
  3612. Life is sacred from conception to natural death and that we cannot diminish the value of one category of human life without diminishing the value of all human life
  3613. Life-affirming, life-enhancing zest
  3614. Life-affirming zest
  3615. Life-enhancing zest
  3616. Lifelong commitment
  3617. Lifelong commitment — Marriage and family
  3618. Lifelong learning
  3619. Lift men everywhere to a higher standard of life and to a greater enjoyment of freedom
  3620. Lift people out of poverty
  3621. Light of God
  3622. Limitation of force
  3623. Limitations on rights and freedoms — In the exercise of his rights and freedoms, everyone shall be subject only to such limitations as are determined by law solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights and freedoms of others and of meeting the just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society — UDHR
  3624. Limited but responsive government
  3625. Limited federal government
  3626. Limited federal government, but enhanced regulation
  3627. Limited government
  3628. Limited government and smaller government
  3629. Limited working hours — Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay — UDHR
  3630. Limiting headcount, budget size, and fixed expenses
  3631. Limits of a more romantic and mythical American self-understanding
  3632. Limits of human nature
  3633. Abraham Lincoln — Stand by your principles, stand by your guns, and victory, complete and permanent, is sure at the last
  3634. Abraham Lincoln — The true rule, in determining to embrace or reject any thing is not whether it has any evil in it, but whether it has more of evil than of good. There are few things wholly evil or wholly good. Almost every thing…is an inseparable compound of the two, so that our best judgment of the preponderance between them is continually demanded
  3635. Abraham Lincoln — Unless I can get there by fair means I shall not go
  3636. Lines
  3637. Lines — Orderliness
  3638. Lines of communication
  3639. Lines of communication for the spread of commerce and enlightenment
  3640. Listen attentively
  3641. Listen attentively — Leaders listen attentively
  3642. Listening
  3643. Listening — Building trust by listening, following through, and keeping your word
  3644. Listening — Seeing and listening
  3645. Listening to slanderous gossip is forbidden
  3646. Literacy
  3647. Literacy tests — Freedom from “test or device” requirements to vote or cast a ballot, such as literacy tests, educational or knowledge requirements, proof of good moral character, and requirements that a person be vouched for when voting
  3648. Literacy tests — Right to freedom from “test or device” requirements to vote or cast a ballot, such as literacy tests, educational or knowledge requirements, proof of good moral character, and requirements that a person be vouched for when voting
  3649. Literature
  3650. Little guy — Champion of the little guy
  3651. Live a moral life
  3652. Live and let live
  3653. Live in freedom and dignity
  3654. Live in the moment
  3655. Live at peace
  3656. Live at peace with others
  3657. Live spiritual insights out for ourselves
  3658. Live together
  3659. Live together as good neighbours
  3660. Live together in peace
  3661. Live together in peace with one another as good neighbours
  3662. Live your dreams
  3663. Livelihood — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  3664. Lives — Improving the lives of as many people as we can
  3665. Living a life that upholds the virtues preached by Jesus
  3666. Living as if there were no tomorrow
  3667. Living in the moment
  3668. Living in the present
  3669. Living up to your ideals
  3670. Living up to your ideals insofar as you can
  3671. Living simply
  3672. Living standards — Steadily improving living standards
  3673. Living values
  3674. Living values as a community
  3675. Living values both in the ordinary detail of our lives and in the wider world
  3676. Living values both individually and as a community
  3677. Living values in the ordinary detail of our lives
  3678. Living values in the wider world
  3679. Living values individually
  3680. Living wage
  3681. Living wage — Right to a living wage
  3682. Loaning
  3683. Loans
  3684. Loans — Advantages derived from loans of money or of victuals are usury
  3685. Local control
  3686. Local control of schools
  3687. Local projects — Not the Federal government’s job to fund projects of a local nature, or those lacking a connection to the nation as a whole
  3688. Loftiness of spirit
  3689. Loftiness of spirit — Magnanimity
  3690. Logic
  3691. Logical thinking
  3692. Long cogitation
  3693. Long cogitation — Deep analysis and long cogitation
  3694. Long run
  3695. Long term
  3696. Long term — Leaders think long term and don’t sacrifice long-term value for short-term results
  3697. Long view
  3698. Long view — Taking the long view
  3699. Long-term growth
  3700. Long-term growth and prosperity
  3701. Long-term prosperity
  3702. Long-term success
  3703. Long-term success — Behaving with the organization’s long-term success in mind
  3704. Long-term value
  3705. Long-term value — Leaders think long term and don’t sacrifice long-term value for short-term results
  3706. Long-term view — Taking the long-term view
  3707. Look to the future
  3708. Look to God for authority, not the government
  3709. Looking beyond our own needs to help others
  3710. Lose with dignity
  3711. Lost in my own thoughts
  3712. Lost in my thoughts
  3713. Lost in thought
  3714. Lost in your own thoughts
  3715. Lost in your thoughts
  3716. Lotteries
  3717. Love
  3718. Love — Love our neighbors as ourselves
  3719. Love — Three kinds of love: eros (romantic), philia (friends), and agape (goodwill for all)
  3720. Love — Unconditional love
  3721. Love and affection
  3722. Love of country
  3723. Love God with all our hearts
  3724. Love in action
  3725. Love of God
  3726. Love for the land
  3727. Love of liberty
  3728. Love our neighbors as ourselves
  3729. Love thy neighbor as thyself
  3730. Loving
  3731. Loving God
  3732. Loving God and humanity totally
  3733. Loving God totally
  3734. Loving God and humanity totally, as exemplified by Christ
  3735. Loving humanity
  3736. Loving humanity totally
  3737. Loving-kindness
  3738. Loving-kindness — Showing loving-kindness
  3739. Low taxes
  3740. Low-cost
  3741. Lower tariffs
  3742. Lower taxes
  3743. Loyalty
  3744. Loyalty — Civic loyalty
  3745. Loyalty — Continually convey loyalty and gratitude to your team — even after it has been disbanded or leadership has been transferred
  3746. Loyalty and commitment
  3747. Loyalty programs
  3748. Luck
  3749. Luminaries
  3750. James Madison — Founding father
  3751. Magga — In order to end suffering, you must follow the Eightfold Path — Noble Truth of Buddhism
  3752. Magnanimity
  3753. Magnanimity — Loftiness of spirit
  3754. Magnet schools
  3755. Main Street
  3756. Main Street values
  3757. Mainstream values
  3758. Maintain international peace and security
  3759. Maintaining American preeminence requires a world-class system of education in which all students can reach their potential
  3760. Maintaining discipline and order in the classroom
  3761. Maintenance of the highest ethical standards and integrity
  3762. Make America the arsenal of democracy
  3763. Make America Great Again
  3764. Make mistakes — A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new — A. Einstein
  3765. Make organizations cleaner, simplified, streamlined
  3766. Make organizations more relevant
  3767. Make people free everywhere
  3768. Make smaller bets in areas that might seem very speculative or even strange when compared to their current businesses
  3769. Make the welfare of your team your foremost responsibility
  3770. Make the world more open and connected
  3771. Make the world safe for democracy
  3772. Make your dreams real
  3773. Man can achieve a more and more perfect society
  3774. Man can be as big as he wants
  3775. Man exists for the glory of God
  3776. Man is fundamentally a moral being
  3777. Man has a higher nature — He possesses a mind and a conscience, and consequently he is capable of governing himself through democratic government
  3778. Man must have freedom in which to develop his full stature
  3779. Man’s desire for peace
  3780. Manage by wandering around
  3781. Management
  3782. Management — Manage by wandering around
  3783. Manifest destiny
  3784. Manifest Destiny- Geographical expansion
  3785. Manners
  3786. Manufacturing
  3787. Manufacturing for a strong economy
  3788. Many decisions and actions are reversible and do not need extensive study
  3789. March of civilization
  3790. March of civilization — Progress
  3791. Marginalized — Consider the needs and feelings of anyone who may be marginalized, for whatever reason
  3792. Marginalized — Give voice to those too marginalized to speak for themselves
  3793. Marginalized — Protect the civil liberties of all Americans, and especially stand up for the marginalized
  3794. Marginalized — Respect for the marginalized
  3795. Markets
  3796. Markets — Faith and trust in markets
  3797. Marriage
  3798. Marriage — Every child deserves a married mother and father
  3799. Marriage — Fidelity
  3800. Marriage — Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry and to found a family. They are entitled to equal rights as to marriage, during marriage and at its dissolution. Marriage shall be entered into only with the free and full consent of the intending spouses — UDHR
  3801. Marriage — Traditional
  3802. Marriage and family — Lifelong commitment
  3803. Marriage, family, and society
  3804. Marriage, family, and society — The American family is the foundation of civil society, with the cornerstone of the family bing natural marriage, the union of one man and one woman
  3805. Marriage is the foundation of society
  3806. Marriage is the greatest antidote to child poverty
  3807. Marriage as the union of one man and one woman
  3808. Master of calculating
  3809. Master of calculating, planning, and using your influence
  3810. Master of employing people effectively
  3811. Master of employing people effectively and organizing for one political action after another
  3812. Master of organizing for one political action after another
  3813. Master of planning
  3814. Master of using your influence
  3815. Master your passions
  3816. Master yourself
  3817. Masters of mix and match — no insistence on purity; patchwork quilts and cobbled solutions are A-OK in America
  3818. Mastery
  3819. Mastery — Encourage and expect outstanding technical mastery and executional excellence
  3820. Mastery — Responsibility of all individuals to continually develop themselves and others
  3821. Materialism
  3822. Materialism — Achievement, action, work, and materialism
  3823. Materialism — Downplaying significance of wealth, disparities in wealth, and materialism in general
  3824. Materialism and acquisitiveness
  3825. Maternity
  3826. Matters most
  3827. Matters most — Determined to be the best at doing what matters most
  3828. Meaning
  3829. Meaning — Search for meaning
  3830. Meaningful work
  3831. Meaningful work for all
  3832. Means which will give the greatest good to the greatest number
  3833. Measure — Right weight and just measure are demanded
  3834. Mechanisms for career development
  3835. Mechanisms for career development — Invention of mechanisms for career development
  3836. Media
  3837. Media independence
  3838. Mediation
  3839. Medical care
  3840. Medical care — Adequate medical care
  3841. Medical care — Affordable medical care
  3842. Medical care — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  3843. Medical care — High quality medical care
  3844. Medical care for the elderly and disabled
  3845. Medical ethics
  3846. Medical ethics — Jewish medical ethics and bioethics — use Jewish law and tradition and Jewish ethical thought to determine which medical treatments or technological innovations are moral, when treatments may or may not be used, etc.
  3847. Medical ethics and bioethics
  3848. Medicine
  3849. Medicines and vaccines
  3850. Medicines and vaccines — Expanding access to medicines and vaccines
  3851. Meditate to achieve a higher state of consciousness
  3852. Meditate to achieve a higher state of consciousness — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 8 — Samadhi — Samma samadhi — Right Concentration — Meditate to achieve a higher state of consciousness
  3853. Meditation
  3854. Meditation — Samadhi — Concentration, meditation, mental development — Buddhism
  3855. Meeting the objectives of the organization
  3856. Meeting the objectives of the organization — It takes every single one of us to meet the objectives of the organization
  3857. Meeting organizational needs
  3858. Meeting organizational needs — Accept personal accountability to meet organizational needs
  3859. Melting pot
  3860. Melting pot — Assimilation
  3861. Memorials
  3862. Memorials and monuments
  3863. Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry and to found a family. They are entitled to equal rights as to marriage, during marriage and at its dissolution. Marriage shall be entered into only with the free and full consent of the intending spouses — UDHR
  3864. Men should seek to approximate human law to Divine law
  3865. Mental development
  3866. Mental development — Samadhi — Concentration, meditation, mental development — Buddhism
  3867. Mental discipline
  3868. Mental health
  3869. Mercy
  3870. Merit
  3871. Merit-based system for evaluation of teachers
  3872. Merit-based systems
  3873. Meritocracy
  3874. Meritocratic
  3875. Methods of nonviolence
  3876. Meticulous
  3877. Meticulous — Attention to detail
  3878. Metrics
  3879. Metrics — Leaders operate at all levels, stay connected to the details, audit frequently, and are skeptical when metrics and anecdote differ
  3880. Mexico
  3881. Mexico — Future of the U.S. is intimately tied to the future of the Americas due to close family, language, culture, environment, and trade links with Canada and Mexico
  3882. Middle class
  3883. Middle class — Strong middle class
  3884. Migration
  3885. Migration — Mobility
  3886. Military
  3887. Military — Civilian Control of the Military
  3888. Military — Opposition to the United States as a military nation
  3889. Military — Strong military
  3890. Military — United States as a military nation
  3891. Military hero
  3892. Military leaders
  3893. Military must be strong and prepared to defend our shores
  3894. Military must be under civilian control
  3895. Military service
  3896. Military zeal
  3897. Militia — Domestic militia (national guard) to put down insurrections, and to repel invasions
  3898. Mind altering substances
  3899. Mind altering substances — Alcohol
  3900. Mind altering substances — Drugs
  3901. Mind altering substances — Tobacco
  3902. Mindfulness
  3903. Minimal government
  3904. Minimal taxation — Moderate to minimal taxation
  3905. Minimize misunderstandings
  3906. Minimum wage
  3907. Minimum wage — Just wages
  3908. Minor differences — Overlook minor differences
  3909. Minorities — Protect minorities against tyranny of the majority
  3910. Minorities — Safeguard vulnerable minorities, including LGBT people and people with disabilities
  3911. Minority voices
  3912. Miracles
  3913. Miracles in the hearts of men
  3914. Mission — Core mission
  3915. Mission — Focus on core mission
  3916. Missionary work
  3917. Mistakes — Acknowledge and forgive acceptable mistakes — including your own
  3918. Misunderstood — As we do new things, we accept that we may be misunderstood for long periods of time
  3919. MLK — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. — Civil rights movement
  3920. MLK — The Beloved Community
  3921. MLK philosophy — Civil rights movement
  3922. MLK philosophy — Triple evils
  3923. MLK philosophy — Six principles of nonviolence
  3924. MLK philosophy — Six steps of nonviolent social change
  3925. MLK philosophy — The beloved community
  3926. MLK principles of nonviolence
  3927. MLK principles of nonviolence — Nonviolence is a way of life for courageous people
  3928. MLK principles of nonviolence — Nonviolence seeks to win friendship and understanding
  3929. MLK principles of nonviolence — Nonviolence seeks to defeat injustice not people
  3930. MLK principles of nonviolence — Nonviolence holds that suffering can educate and transform
  3931. MLK principles of nonviolence — Nonviolence chooses love instead of hate
  3932. MLK principles of nonviolence — Nonviolence believes that the universe is on the side of justice
  3933. MLK steps for social change — Information gathering, education, personal commitment, discussion/negotiation, direct action, reconciliation
  3934. MLK steps for social change — Information gathering
  3935. MLK steps for social change — Education
  3936. MLK steps for social change — Personal commitment
  3937. MLK steps for social change — Discussion/Negotiation
  3938. MLK steps for social change — Direct Action
  3939. MLK steps for social change — Reconciliation
  3940. Mobility
  3941. Mobility — Cars and trucks — personal mobility
  3942. Mobility — Economic mobility
  3943. Mobility — Social mobility
  3944. Moderate to minimal taxation
  3945. Moderate
  3946. Moderation
  3947. Modern family
  3948. Modest origins
  3949. Modesty
  3950. Moment — Live in the moment
  3951. Momentum
  3952. Momentum — Create momentum
  3953. Momentum — Inertia
  3954. Money
  3955. Money — Advantages derived from loans of money or of victuals are usury
  3956. Monuments
  3957. Monuments and memorials
  3958. Mood
  3959. Mood altering substances
  3960. Mood altering substances — Alcohol
  3961. Mood altering substances — Drugs
  3962. Mood altering substances — Tobacco
  3963. Moral and political principles — Relationship between the workaday, economic realities of American life and the nation’s highest moral and political principles
  3964. Moral backing
  3965. Moral behavior
  3966. Moral being
  3967. Moral being — Man is fundamentally a moral being
  3968. Moral character
  3969. Moral courage
  3970. Moral decisions about environmental issues have to take account of the well-being of humans
  3971. Moral goodness
  3972. Moral high ground
  3973. Moral high ground — When they go low, we go high
  3974. Moral Instruction
  3975. Moral law for the government of men
  3976. Moral life — Live a Moral Life
  3977. Moral objection to capital punishment
  3978. Moral pressure
  3979. Moral pressure — Creative tension
  3980. Moral purity
  3981. Moral purity down to the smallest detail
  3982. Moral tradition
  3983. Moral values
  3984. Moral yearnings
  3985. Morale
  3986. Morale building
  3987. Morality
  3988. Morality — Consistent focus on morality
  3989. Morality — Sila — Virtue, good conduct, morality — Buddhism
  3990. Morality should be well-practiced as well as well-preached
  3991. Morals
  3992. More — Accomplish more with less
  3993. More closely regulating business and high finance
  3994. More open — Make the world more open and connected
  3995. Most cherished ideals
  3996. Mother
  3997. Mother — Honour thy father and thy mother — Ten Commandments — #5
  3998. Mother Earth
  3999. Mother Earth — Protect Mother Earth and use her resources wisely
  4000. Mother entitled to honor and respect at the hands of sons and daughters
  4001. Mother and father as equal in all things
  4002. Motherhood
  4003. Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection — UDHR
  4004. Mothers
  4005. Motley crews
  4006. Move decisively
  4007. Move fast
  4008. Move faster — Move faster and push ourselves to achieve continued success
  4009. Move faster — Move faster and push ourselves to achieve greater success
  4010. Move up in life
  4011. Movement
  4012. Movements
  4013. Movies — for culture, information, entertainment, relaxation
  4014. Multiculturalism
  4015. Multiculturalism and pluralism
  4016. Multiculturalism and pluralism — Opposition to multiculturalism and pluralism
  4017. Multiculturalism and pluralism — Rejection of multiculturalism and pluralism
  4018. Multidisciplinary approach
  4019. Multilateral institutions
  4020. Multilateral negotiations
  4021. Multilateral organizations
  4022. Multilateralism
  4023. Multinational armed force that can intervene in violent conflicts to enforce generally accepted standards of human rights and democratic practices
  4024. Multiparty political system
  4025. Music
  4026. Mutual interdependency
  4027. Mutual interdependency — Building superior relationships with all the parties who contribute to fulfilling the purpose of the organization, including customers, suppliers, universities, and governments
  4028. Mutual interdependency — Taking pride in results from reapplying others’ ideas
  4029. Mutual interdependency — Working together with confidence and trust across business units, functions, categories, and geographies
  4030. Mutual interdependency is a way of life
  4031. Mutual respect
  4032. Mutual respect — Cooperation, patience, mutual respect, responsibility, and self-reliance are fundamental to the order and progress of the republic
  4033. Mutual success
  4034. Mutual success — Doing what is right for the organization with integrity will lead to mutual success for both the organization and the individual
  4035. Mutual success — Encourage ownership behavior
  4036. Mutual success — Encourage stock ownership
  4037. Mutual success — Encourage stock ownership and ownership behavior
  4038. Mutual success — Interests of the organization and the individual are inseparable
  4039. Mutual success — Quest for mutual success ties us together
  4040. Mutual success for both the organization and the individual
  4041. Mutual success for both the organization and the individual — Doing what is right for the organization with integrity will lead to mutual success for both the organization and the individual
  4042. Mutualism
  4043. Mutually productive relationships
  4044. Mutually productive relationships — Close, mutually productive relationships with customers and suppliers
  4045. Mutually productive relationships — Development of close, mutually productive relationships with customers and suppliers
  4046. My own mind is my own church
  4047. Mystery
  4048. Narrative
  4049. Nation of compromises
  4050. Nation of cultural thieves — Freely borrowing from other cultures, without any need for “pride of authorship”
  4051. Nation’s greatness
  4052. Nation’s participation in the international community
  4053. National bank — Central bank
  4054. National bank — Federal Reserve
  4055. National defense
  4056. National defense — Strong national defense is necessary to preserve freedom and opportunity in America
  4057. National Forest system
  4058. National government
  4059. National guard — Domestic militia (national guard) to put down insurrections, and to repel invasions
  4060. National identity
  4061. National morality
  4062. National morality — Grounded in the individual virtues that make self-government possible: courage, moderation, wisdom, and above all, justice
  4063. National objectives
  4064. National objectives and strategies
  4065. National objectives and strategies — Focusing resources to achieve national objectives and strategies
  4066. National origin — Eliminate discrimination based on national origin
  4067. National Park and National Forest systems
  4068. National Park system
  4069. National pride
  4070. National security
  4071. National sovereignty
  4072. National spirit
  4073. National strategies
  4074. National superiority
  4075. National values
  4076. Nationality — Everyone has the right to a nationality. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality — UDHR
  4077. Natural justice
  4078. Natural rights
  4079. Nature
  4080. Nature conservancy
  4081. Nature trails
  4082. Nature’s God
  4083. Natural Law
  4084. Natural power that comes from wisdom
  4085. Natural resources
  4086. Natural resources as assets
  4087. Natural resources as assets which must be turned over to the next generation increased and not impaired in value
  4088. Natural rights
  4089. Natural wealth-creating aptitudes of the American people
  4090. Naval power
  4091. Naval power — Large and efficient naval force
  4092. Neatness
  4093. Neatness — Tidiness
  4094. Necessity of private and public virtue to America’s success
  4095. Need for checks and balances
  4096. Need for a democratic, responsive, and representative government to regulate the market, protect the environment, and ensure a basic level of equality and equity for each citizen
  4097. Need for grand objectives
  4098. Needs — Anticipating needs
  4099. Needs — From each according to their ability, to each according to their needs
  4100. Needs — Take only what one needs
  4101. Needs of employees
  4102. Needs of employees and their families
  4103. Needs of employees and their families — Responsive to the needs of employees and their families
  4104. Needs of families
  4105. Needs and feelings
  4106. Needs and feelings — Consider needs and feelings
  4107. Needs and feelings — Consider the needs and feelings of anyone who may be marginalized, for whatever reason
  4108. Needs of society
  4109. Needs of society — It takes every single one of us to serve the needs of society
  4110. Needy — Kindness to the needy
  4111. Needy — Tithing of income to support those in need — but neither too much nor too little
  4112. Negotiation
  4113. Neighbors
  4114. Neighbors — Love our neighbors as ourselves
  4115. Neighbors — Good neighbors
  4116. Neighbors — Provoking unfavorable remarks about a neighbor is forbidden
  4117. Neighborhood
  4118. Networking
  4119. Networks of resilience
  4120. Neutrality
  4121. Neutrality, until it is no longer feasible
  4122. Never compromising
  4123. Never compromising — Never settling
  4124. Never give up
  4125. Never lose hope
  4126. Never say never
  4127. Never say “that’s not my job.”
  4128. Never settling
  4129. Never settling — Never compromising
  4130. Never settling — Rising to the occasion and never settling
  4131. Never-ending quest for the truth, despite obstacles based on emotion and personal experience, and spreading such truths for the benefit of all
  4132. New Deal
  4133. New Deal — Relief, recovery, and reform
  4134. New efforts
  4135. New efforts — Incubation of new efforts
  4136. New ideas
  4137. New ideas — Receptive to new ideas
  4138. New ideas — Supporting new ideas
  4139. New ideas — Taking informed risks and championing new and sometimes unpopular ideas
  4140. New possibilities
  4141. New possibilities — Leaders are curious about new possibilities and act to explore them
  4142. New and sometimes unpopular ideas
  4143. New and sometimes unpopular ideas — Taking informed risks and championing new and sometimes unpopular ideas
  4144. New things
  4145. New things — As we do new things, we accept that we may be misunderstood for long periods of time
  4146. New things — Starting new things
  4147. New world order
  4148. Newness
  4149. News
  4150. Next generation
  4151. Next generation leadership
  4152. Nimble fingers — Strong thumb of government alongside the nimble fingers of the market
  4153. Nirodha — There is an end to suffering — Noble Truth of Buddhism
  4154. Nirvana
  4155. Nirvana — Liberation — Buddhism
  4156. No arbitrary arrest, detention, or exile — No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention, or exile — UDHR
  4157. No dependence on large, central government
  4158. No obligation to quarter soldiers in private homes
  4159. No ex post facto law — No one shall be held guilty of any penal offence on account of any act or omission which did not constitute a penal offence, under national or international law, at the time when it was committed. Nor shall a heavier penalty be imposed than the one that was applicable at the time the penal offence was committed — UDHR
  4160. No man is by nature simply the servant of the state or of another man
  4161. No one can be accused and convicted of a crime for an action which was not a crime at the time — no Ex Post Facto law
  4162. No one can be legislated to be guilty of a crime and punished without a trial — no Bill of Attainder
  4163. No one may be compelled to belong to an association — UDHR
  4164. No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms — UDHR
  4165. No one shall be held guilty of any penal offence on account of any act or omission which did not constitute a penal offence, under national or international law, at the time when it was committed. Nor shall a heavier penalty be imposed than the one that was applicable at the time the penal offence was committed — UDHR
  4166. No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile — UDHR
  4167. No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks — UDHR
  4168. No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment — UDHR
  4169. No person is above another, everyone is equal
  4170. No special privileges
  4171. No special privileges for the well-connected or wealthy
  4172. No task is beneath you
  4173. No task is beneath you — Leaders believe that no task is beneath them
  4174. No tax on commerce between states
  4175. No taxation without representation
  4176. No title of nobility shall be granted by the United States or any state
  4177. No torture or cruel or unusual punishment
  4178. Noachide code
  4179. Noachide code — Do not cause excessive pain to animals (e.g. eating a limb torn from a living animal)
  4180. Noachide code — Do not commit acts of sexual immorality
  4181. Noachide code — Do not engage in idolatry
  4182. Noachide code — Do not engage in blasphemy
  4183. Noachide code — Do not murder
  4184. Noachide code — Do not steal
  4185. Noachide code — Establish courts of justice
  4186. Noachide code — The laws of the Noachide code are: do not engage in idolatry; do not engage in blasphemy; do not murder; do not steal; do not commit acts of sexual immorality; do not cause excessive pain to animals (e.g. eating a limb torn from a living animal); and establish courts of justice
  4187. Nobility — No title of nobility shall be granted by the United States or any state
  4188. Noble causes
  4189. Noble social values
  4190. Noble Truth of Buddhism — Dukkha — Suffering exists
  4191. Noble Truth of Buddhism — Samudaya — There is a cause of suffering
  4192. Noble Truth of Buddhism — Nirodha — There is an end to suffering
  4193. Noble Truth of Buddhism — Magga — In order to end suffering, you must follow the Eightfold Path
  4194. Noble truths
  4195. Non-discrimination, nondiscrimination
  4196. Non-Jews are to have a share in all the benevolent work of a township which appeals to human sympathy and on which the maintenance of peace among men depends, such as supporting the poor, burying the dead, comforting the mourners, and visiting the sick
  4197. Nonjudgmental
  4198. Nonpartisan
  4199. Nonverbal orientation
  4200. Nonviolence
  4201. Nonviolence — Choosing nonviolence over violence
  4202. Nonviolence — Philosophy and methods of nonviolence
  4203. Nonviolence — Seek nonviolent, sustainable ways of addressing challenges, whether at a personal, communal, national or international level
  4204. Nonviolence — The aftermath of nonviolence is the creation of the Beloved Community
  4205. Nonviolence — The aftermath of nonviolence is reconciliation
  4206. Nonviolence — The aftermath of nonviolence is redemption
  4207. Nonviolence — The nonviolent resister has deep faith that justice will eventually win
  4208. Nonviolence — The purpose of nonviolence is the creation of the Beloved Community
  4209. Nonviolence — The way of nonviolence leads to redemption and the creation of the beloved community
  4210. Nonviolence — The way of violence leads to bitterness in the survivors and brutality in the destroyers
  4211. Nonviolence — Unshakable commitment to nonviolence
  4212. Nonviolence does not seek to defeat the opponent
  4213. Nonviolence is directed against evil systems, forces, oppressive policies, unjust acts, but not against persons
  4214. Nonviolence resists violence of the spirit as well as the body
  4215. Nonviolence seeks friendship and understanding with the opponent
  4216. Nonviolence in thought, word, and deed
  4217. Nonviolence in thought, word, and deed based on the idea that all human beings have something of the divine within us
  4218. Nonviolent frame of mind
  4219. Nonviolent frame of mind — Principles of nonviolence
  4220. Nonviolent frame of mind — Steps of nonviolent social change
  4221. Nonviolent love is spontaneous, unmotivated, unselfish and creative
  4222. Nonviolent protest
  4223. Nonviolent resistance to evil
  4224. Nonviolent resistance to evil — Active nonviolent resistance to evil
  4225. Nonviolent resister — The nonviolent resister seeks to defeat evil not people
  4226. Nonviolent resisters
  4227. Nonviolent resolution of conflicts
  4228. Nonviolent social change
  4229. Normal
  4230. Normal rights
  4231. Normal rights — It is the task of government “to make those adjustments of life which will put every man in a position to claim his normal rights as a living, human being” — Woodrow Wilson
  4232. Normalcy
  4233. Norms
  4234. Norms of international law
  4235. Not complaining, and instead taking practical action to improve one’s situation
  4236. Not expect a political or financial reward
  4237. Not the Federal government’s job to fund projects of a local nature, or those lacking a connection to the nation as a whole
  4238. Nothing higher than the rule of law
  4239. Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein — UDHR
  4240. Nothing is lost in the universe — Universal Truth of Buddha
  4241. Nothing is more important than the relationships you build
  4242. Novels
  4243. Novelty
  4244. Now — If not us, then who? If not now, then when?
  4245. Now — The here and now
  4246. Nuance
  4247. Nuclear arms control
  4248. Nuclear family
  4249. Nuclear nonproliferation
  4250. Nuclear nonproliferation policy
  4251. Nuclear test ban
  4252. Nuclear test ban treaty
  4253. Nutrition
  4254. Nutrition — Good nutrition
  4255. Obedience
  4256. Obedience to laws
  4257. Obedience to the Inner Light
  4258. Obedience to the Inner Light — Individual obedience to the Inner Light
  4259. Objective news
  4260. Objective truth
  4261. Objectives
  4262. Objectives — Need for grand objectives
  4263. Objectives of the organization
  4264. Objectives of the organization — It takes every single one of us to meet the objectives of the organization
  4265. Objectives and strategies
  4266. Objectives and strategies — Focusing resources to achieve national objectives and strategies
  4267. Objectives and strategies — Focusing resources to achieve organizational objectives and strategies
  4268. Objectives and strategies — Focusing resources to achieve social objectives and strategies
  4269. Objectivity
  4270. Obligation
  4271. Obligations of contracts
  4272. Obligations of contracts — Government may not interfere with the obligations of contracts
  4273. Observance of fundamental freedoms — Promotion of universal respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms — UDHR
  4274. Observance of human rights — Promotion of universal respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms — UDHR
  4275. Observance of religion
  4276. Observance of religion is an integral part of home life
  4277. Observances
  4278. Observation
  4279. Occupation
  4280. Occupation — God calls each person to a particular vocation or occupation
  4281. Offer the Bible in a literature curriculum as an elective in America’s high schools
  4282. Office
  4283. Office — Appointed office
  4284. Office — Elected office
  4285. Office — Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives — UDHR
  4286. Office — Political office
  4287. Old age — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  4288. Old age — Reverence for old age
  4289. Old-fashioned values
  4290. One God — Belief in One God
  4291. One man, one vote — One person, one vote
  4292. One person, one vote
  4293. Online learning
  4294. Only source of knowledge is experience
  4295. Only source of knowledge is experience — Knowledge comes from experience
  4296. Only thing we have to fear is fear itself
  4297. Open — Be open
  4298. Open — Make the world more open and connected
  4299. Open and honest government
  4300. Open borders
  4301. Open communication
  4302. Open to new ideas
  4303. Open work ethic
  4304. Open markets
  4305. Open-minded
  4306. Open-mindedness — Emphasizing humility and open-mindedness instead of arrogant certainty about one’s own views
  4307. Openness
  4308. Openness — Directness, openness, and honesty
  4309. Operate with integrity and trust
  4310. Operating against clearly articulated and aligned objectives and strategies
  4311. Operating success
  4312. Operating success — Create positive, lasting relationships with customers, dealers, communities, union partners, and suppliers to drive operating success
  4313. Operating within the letter and spirit of the law
  4314. Operations — Incorporate sustainability into products, packaging, and operations
  4315. Opinion
  4316. Opinion — Decent respect of the opinions of mankind
  4317. Opportunity
  4318. Opportunity — Equal opportunity
  4319. Opportunity — Leaving the provision of common human needs to the private marketplace guarantees a starkly inegalitarian class system of access to opportunity
  4320. Opportunity — Provide equality of opportunity for all
  4321. Opportunity — Youth opportunity and education
  4322. Opportunity — Youth opportunity and learning
  4323. Opportunity for all
  4324. Opportunity to work — Liberty and opportunity to work and earn the fruits of one’s labor
  4325. Opposition to aristocracy of any form
  4326. Opposition to banking, especially a national or central bank
  4327. Opposition to British style of government
  4328. Opposition to colonialism
  4329. Opposition to corruption
  4330. Opposition to discrimination against businesses or entities which decline to sell items or services to individuals for activities that go against their religious views about such activities
  4331. Opposition to divisive programs that limit students’ ability to advance in American society
  4332. Opposition to elitism
  4333. Opposition to espionage
  4334. Opposition to entrenched interests
  4335. Opposition to excessive testing in schools
  4336. Opposition to an expansive federal regime has marginalized and supplanted the institutions of families, schools, congregations, and neighborhoods which would otherwise allow Americans to work together to solve most of the problems facing their communities
  4337. Opposition to family planning programs
  4338. Opposition to family planning programs for teens
  4339. Opposition to gay and lesbian equality
  4340. Opposition to gay and lesbian equality is inconsistent with the values of smaller government and personal freedom
  4341. Opposition to government discrimination against businesses or entities which decline to sell items or services to individuals for activities that go against their religious views about such activities
  4342. Opposition to government intervention in the economy that benefits special-interest groups and creates corporate monopolies that favor the rich
  4343. Opposition to imperialism
  4344. Opposition to incitement to violence
  4345. Opposition to local party bosses
  4346. Opposition to monopoly of government by elites
  4347. Opposition to most reforms — Since they tend to require a more active government
  4348. Opposition to multiculturalism and pluralism
  4349. Opposition to a one-size-fits-all approach to education
  4350. Opposition to the passionate attachment of the people to absolute liberty
  4351. Opposition to policies and laws that create a financial incentive for or encourage cohabitation
  4352. Opposition to rigid tenure systems
  4353. Opposition to rigid tenure systems for evaluating teachers
  4354. Opposition to sedition
  4355. Opposition to selfish and autocratic power
  4356. Opposition to sexual risk avoidance education that sets abstinence until marriage as the responsible and respected standard of behavior
  4357. Opposition to slavery
  4358. Opposition to tax code penalties for marriage and public assistance programs
  4359. Opposition to teaching to the test in schools
  4360. Opposition to the United States as a military nation
  4361. Opposition to war
  4362. Opposition to war — Pacifism
  4363. Opposition to war — Refusal to participate in war
  4364. Oppressed — Helper of the oppressed
  4365. Oppression — Stealing and oppression are forbidden
  4366. Optimism
  4367. Optimism — Persistent optimism
  4368. Optimism — You never know
  4369. Optimistic vision
  4370. Options for learning
  4371. Options for learning, including home-schooling, career and technical education, private or parochial schools, magnet schools, charter schools, online learning, and early-college high schools
  4372. Oratorical elegance
  4373. Oratory
  4374. Order
  4375. Order — Public order
  4376. Orderliness
  4377. Orderly lines
  4378. Ordinary people can indeed make sound judgments on major political issues
  4379. Organic
  4380. Organic food
  4381. Organization
  4382. Organization — Building superior relationships with all the parties who contribute to fulfilling the purpose of the organization, including customers, suppliers, universities, and governments
  4383. Organization — Innovation that matters — For our organization and for the world
  4384. Organization — It takes every single one of us to meet the objectives of the organization
  4385. Organization — Leaders act on behalf of the entire organization, beyond just their own team
  4386. Organization — Leaders recognize exceptional talent, and willingly move them throughout the organization
  4387. Organization — Only ask for work that adds value to the organization
  4388. Organization — Personal commitment to customers is vital to success of the organization
  4389. Organization — Strive to be the best in all areas of strategic importance to the organization
  4390. Organization — Work that adds value to the organization
  4391. Organizational assets
  4392. Organizational assets — Treating the organization’s assets as our own
  4393. Organizational barriers — Capability to eliminate organizational barriers
  4394. Organizational needs
  4395. Organizational needs — Accept personal accountability to meet organizational needs
  4396. Organizational objectives
  4397. Organizational objectives — It takes every single one of us to meet the objectives of the organization
  4398. Organizational objectives and strategies — Focusing resources to achieve organizational objectives and strategies
  4399. Organizational objectives and strategies
  4400. Organizational strategies
  4401. Organizational systems
  4402. Organizational systems — Accept personal accountability to improve organizational systems
  4403. Organizational units prosper through strong leaders and independence
  4404. Organizational values
  4405. Organizations prosper through strong leaders and independence
  4406. Organizations should have independence and develop their own brands
  4407. Organizations that are cleaner, simplified, and streamlined
  4408. Organize labor
  4409. Organize labor — Right to organize labor, engage in collective bargaining, and participate in strikes
  4410. Organized labor
  4411. Organized religion
  4412. Orphans — Widows, orphans, and strangers should be protected
  4413. Orientation to the present — Being rather than to the past, future, or becoming
  4414. Original equality of man
  4415. Original equality of man and the equal right to a subsistence from the earth
  4416. Orthodox Jews view male homosexuality as explicitly prohibited by the Torah, but other Jews view various forms of homosexual behavior or all forms of homosexual behavior as permitted by the tradition
  4417. Others
  4418. Others — Hatred of one’s brother in one’s heart is forbidden
  4419. Others — Honest and straightforward with others
  4420. Others — What is hateful to you, do not do unto others
  4421. Others’ ideas
  4422. Others’ ideas — Taking pride in results from reapplying others’ ideas
  4423. Our common interests
  4424. Our right to keep and bear arms
  4425. Our shared values
  4426. Our similarities
  4427. Our uniqueness
  4428. Our value system
  4429. Our values
  4430. Our values will survive
  4431. Out of wedlock — Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection — UDHR
  4432. Outcasts
  4433. Outliers
  4434. Outstanding executional excellence
  4435. Outstanding executional excellence — Encourage and expect outstanding executional excellence
  4436. Outstanding leader
  4437. Outstanding technical mastery
  4438. Outstanding technical mastery — Encourage and expect outstanding technical mastery
  4439. Outstanding technical mastery — Outstanding technical mastery and executional excellence
  4440. Outstanding technical mastery and executional excellence
  4441. Outstanding technical mastery and executional excellence — Encourage and expect outstanding technical mastery and executional excellence
  4442. Overcoming adversity
  4443. Overlook minor differences
  4444. Oversight
  4445. Oversight — Congressional oversight
  4446. Oversight — Improvement of transparency and oversight
  4447. Oversight — Transparency and oversight
  4448. Own team
  4449. Own team — Leaders act on behalf of the entire organization, beyond just their own team
  4450. Ownership
  4451. Ownership — Behaving with the organization’s long-term success in mind
  4452. Ownership — Leaders are owners
  4453. Ownership — Treating the organization’s assets as our own
  4454. Ownership — We all act like owners
  4455. Ownership behavior
  4456. Ownership behavior — Encourage stock ownership and ownership behavior
  4457. Owning a gun for self-defense / self-protection
  4458. Pacific — U.S. leadership in the Asian Pacific
  4459. Pacifism
  4460. Pacifism — Opposition to war
  4461. Pacifism — Refusal to participate in war
  4462. Pacing
  4463. Packaging
  4464. Packaging — Incorporate sustainability into products, packaging, and operations
  4465. Paid family leave
  4466. Paid holidays — Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay — UDHR
  4467. Paid sick leave
  4468. Paid sick leave — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  4469. Paid vacation
  4470. Paid vacation — Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay — UDHR
  4471. Paid well — Prioritizing who Is paid well for what
  4472. Thomas Paine — Founding father
  4473. Thomas Paine — It is possible to exclude men from the right of voting, but it impossible to exclude them from the right of rebelling against that exclusion; and when other rights are taken away, the right of rebellion is made perfect
  4474. Thomas Paine — Liberals, libertarians, Left-libertarians, feminists, democratic socialists, social democrats, anarchists, free thinkers, and progressives often claim him as an intellectual ancestor
  4475. Panna — Discernment, wisdom — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path
  4476. Panna — Samma ditthi — Right Understanding of the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 1
  4477. Panna — Samma sankappa — Right thinking; following the right path in life — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 2
  4478. Panna, Sila, Samadhi — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path
  4479. Parents
  4480. Parents — Children must look after their parents
  4481. Parents — Mother and father as equal in all things
  4482. Parents are a child’s first and foremost educators, and have primary responsibility for the education of their children
  4483. Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children — UDHR
  4484. Parents have a right to direct their children’s education, care, and upbringing
  4485. Parents must teach their children a trade and survival skills
  4486. Parochial schools
  4487. Parody
  4488. Parody and satire
  4489. Participate in government
  4490. Participate in government — Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives — UDHR
  4491. Participation — Expanding participation
  4492. Participation — Expanding participation in civil society
  4493. Participation — Expanding participation in government
  4494. Participation — Expanding participation in society
  4495. Participation — Popular participation at every level of decision-making
  4496. Participation in government
  4497. Participation in government — Engaged and participatory citizenry
  4498. Participation in the international community
  4499. Participation in public life
  4500. Participation in public life — Active participation in public life
  4501. Participatory citizenry — Engaged and participatory citizenry
  4502. Partners
  4503. Partnerships
  4504. Partnerships between those who manage federal programs and those who are on the front lines of fighting poverty on the ground
  4505. Passion
  4506. Passion for grand challenges
  4507. Passion for grand challenges, as well as everyday improvements
  4508. Passion for winning
  4509. Passionate about building strong, long-lasting customer relationships
  4510. Passions — Master your passions
  4511. Past orientation
  4512. Past orientation — History
  4513. Pathways to youth success
  4514. Patience
  4515. Patience — Cooperation, patience, mutual respect, responsibility, and self-reliance are fundamental to the order and progress of the republic
  4516. Patience and perseverance
  4517. Patients first
  4518. Patriot
  4519. Patriot — Ardent patriot
  4520. Patriotism
  4521. Patronage as a good thing — To rotate appointees in and out of office
  4522. Paid your debt to society
  4523. Pay it forward
  4524. Pay your debt to society
  4525. Paychecks should not be wasted on poorly run government programs
  4526. Peace
  4527. Peace — Advancing peace
  4528. Peace — Live at peace with others
  4529. Peace — Peaceful nature of republics
  4530. Peace — Pursue peace
  4531. Peace — Safety, security, and peace
  4532. Peace — The world rests on three things: justice, truth, and peace
  4533. Peace Corps
  4534. Peace and humility
  4535. Peace and quiet
  4536. Peace of reconciliation
  4537. Peace over military intervention, always
  4538. Peace talks
  4539. Peace through strength
  4540. Peace through strength and the rule of law
  4541. Peace with justice
  4542. Peace in the world
  4543. Peace in the world — Promote peace in the world
  4544. Peace-loving disposition
  4545. Peaceable assembly — Freedom of assembly, right to protest — peaceably
  4546. Peaceable Kingdom
  4547. Peacebuilding
  4548. Peacebuilding — Promote peacebuilding
  4549. Peaceful conflict resolution
  4550. Peaceful electoral process
  4551. Peaceful nature of republics
  4552. Peaceful protest
  4553. Peaceful revolution
  4554. Peaceful revolution — Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, will make violent revolution inevitable — JFK
  4555. People
  4556. People — All people are created equal
  4557. People — American people
  4558. People — Ceaselessly search for new talent
  4559. People — Government of the people, by the people, for the people
  4560. People — Government officials must not harass the people
  4561. People — Hire people more talented than yourself
  4562. People — Ruthlessly replace individuals who do not meet the standards of the enterprise
  4563. People — Understanding of principles based on understanding of people
  4564. People — Voice of the American people
  4565. People — We the people
  4566. People — Will of the people
  4567. People can indeed make sound judgments on major political issues
  4568. People choose their own way
  4569. People committed to and trained in the philosophy and methods of nonviolence
  4570. People develop their own culture
  4571. People of goodwill
  4572. People have the right to alter or abolish a government and replace it with a new government if it becomes destructive to the needs of the people
  4573. People reconcile their own differences through peaceful means
  4574. People were put in the world to maintain it and care for it
  4575. People who are right, a lot
  4576. People work best when there is a foundation of trust
  4577. People’s retained rights
  4578. Perfect society — Man can achieve a more and more perfect society
  4579. Perfect union
  4580. Perfect union — Strive for a more perfect union
  4581. Perfection
  4582. Performance
  4583. Performance — Benchmarking performance rigorously versus the very best internally and externally
  4584. Performance — Honest with people about their performance
  4585. Performance — Spectacular performance
  4586. Performances
  4587. Perils of wealth
  4588. Periodic and genuine elections
  4589. Periodic and genuine elections — The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures — UDHR
  4590. Perjury — Falsehood, flattery, perjury, and false swearing are forbidden
  4591. Perseverance
  4592. Perseverance in the midst of setbacks
  4593. Perseverance is priceless
  4594. Persistence
  4595. Persistence, especially in the face of adversity and in the face of criticism
  4596. Persistent optimism
  4597. Personal — Proactive and personal
  4598. Personal beliefs
  4599. Personal biblical interpretation through the Holy Spirit
  4600. Personal charm
  4601. Personal commitment
  4602. Personal commitment to customers — Your personal commitment to customers is vital to success of the organization
  4603. Personal commitment to customers is vital to success of the organization
  4604. Personal commitment to delivering an extraordinary experience to every customer, every time
  4605. Personal computing devices — computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and wearable devices
  4606. Personal conduct — Highest standards of personal conduct
  4607. Personal control over the environment
  4608. Personal courage
  4609. Personal dedication
  4610. Personal dedication — Demonstrating personal dedication to the success of every customer, from the largest corporation and government agency to the smallest organization
  4611. Personal development
  4612. Personal development — Everyone has duties to the community in which alone the free and full development of his personality is possible — UDHR
  4613. Personal differences
  4614. Personal freedom
  4615. Personal and global responsibility
  4616. Personal and group encounter with the divine
  4617. Personal information — Privacy of personal information
  4618. Personal integrity
  4619. Personal loyalty
  4620. Personal mobility
  4621. Personal mobility — Cars and trucks
  4622. Personal moral and ethical values
  4623. Personal responsibility
  4624. Personal responsibility — Trust and personal responsibility
  4625. Personal responsibility — Trust and personal responsibility in all relationships
  4626. Personal sacrifice
  4627. Personal truth
  4628. Petition for redress of grievances — Right to petition for redress of grievances
  4629. Pets — Dogs, cats, and other companion animals
  4630. Philanthropy, philanthropies
  4631. Philosophy
  4632. Philosophy and methods of nonviolence
  4633. Physical courage
  4634. Piety
  4635. Pillars of a free society
  4636. Pillars of a free society — Institutions of families, schools, congregations, and neighborhoods are the pillars of a free society, standing between the citizen and the power of government
  4637. Place great value on big, new consumer innovations
  4638. Placing ideas and principles above personal desire, weaknesses, fears, and regrets
  4639. Plain dress
  4640. Plain language
  4641. Planning
  4642. Play better than anyone else
  4643. Play better than anyone else — Learn the rules of the game and then play better than anyone else
  4644. Play better than anyone else — Learn the rules and then play better
  4645. Play by the rules
  4646. Play by the same rules
  4647. Play by the same rules — Everyone plays by the same rules
  4648. Pleasure
  4649. Pluralism
  4650. Pluralism — Diversity
  4651. Pluralism — Multiculturalism
  4652. Pluralism — Multiparty political system
  4653. Pluralism — Political pluralism
  4654. Pluralist — Commitment to a vibrant pluralist life
  4655. Point of view
  4656. Poise
  4657. Police
  4658. Police reform
  4659. Policy
  4660. Policy — Order
  4661. Policy decisions guided more by pragmatism than ideology
  4662. Polished
  4663. Polished writer
  4664. Polite
  4665. Polite to people you don’t like
  4666. Political action
  4667. Political action — Master of organizing for one political action after another
  4668. Political asylum
  4669. Political context — Understand the political context in which principled actions must be taken
  4670. Political correctness — Provided limited, reasonable, fair, and with strictly positive intentions
  4671. Political equality
  4672. Political freedom
  4673. Political fray — Remain above the political fray
  4674. Political independence
  4675. Political independence and territorial integrity
  4676. Political independence and territorial integrity to great and small states alike
  4677. Political influence
  4678. Political leaders acting virtuously
  4679. Political institutions based on one voice, one vote
  4680. Political leaders can act virtuously
  4681. Political messianism
  4682. Political parties
  4683. Political passion
  4684. Political reward — Not expect a political or financial reward
  4685. Political superiority
  4686. Political system
  4687. Political tolerance
  4688. Political views — Well-developed, consistent political views
  4689. Politicians
  4690. Politicians — Always persuading, flattering, juggling, improvising, reshuffling, harmonizing, conciliating, and manipulating
  4691. Politicians — Recognition of the mutual dependence of the worlds of intellectuals and politicians
  4692. Politics
  4693. Politics without moral courage is unthinkable
  4694. Polls
  4695. Pollution is an insult to the created world
  4696. Pooling resources
  4697. Poor — Giving charity that will allow the poor to break out of the poverty cycle and become independent and productive members of society
  4698. Poor — Righteousness gives the owner of property no right to withhold from the poor their share
  4699. Popular democracy (pursuing constituent interests) interferes with the effective operation of the government
  4700. Popular participation at every level of decision-making
  4701. Popular Sovereignty — Government of the people, by the people, for the people
  4702. Popular vote for Congress — House of Representatives and Senate
  4703. Popular wisdom — Body of popular wisdom that is readily apparent to anyone
  4704. Popularity
  4705. Popularity polls
  4706. Position
  4707. Positive and lasting relationships
  4708. Positive and lasting relationships — Create positive and lasting relationships
  4709. Positive thinking
  4710. Postwar architecture of rules, norms, and institutions
  4711. Potential
  4712. Potential — All individuals can and want to contribute to their fullest potential
  4713. Potential — All individuals, communities, and peoples are free to achieve their full potential
  4714. Potential — Fulfilling potential
  4715. Potential — Full potential
  4716. Potential — Fullest potential
  4717. Potential — Reaching your God-given potential
  4718. Poverty — All-out world war against poverty
  4719. Poverty — Dynamic compassion of work requirements for poverty programs, where opportunity takes the place of a hand-out, where true self-esteem can grow from the satisfaction of a job well done
  4720. Poverty — Giving charity that will allow the poor to break out of the poverty cycle and become independent and productive members of society
  4721. Poverty — Lift people out of poverty
  4722. Poverty — Marriage is the greatest antidote to child poverty
  4723. Poverty — Partnerships between those who manage federal programs and those who are on the front lines of fighting poverty on the ground
  4724. Poverty — Reducing poverty and injustice
  4725. Poverty — War against poverty
  4726. Poverty programs must actually reduce poverty
  4727. Poverty programs must actually increase the personal independence of its participants
  4728. Poverty and riches shall not be regarded by the judge
  4729. Power
  4730. Power — Limiting power
  4731. Power — Sharing power
  4732. Power of the free market
  4733. Power of imagination
  4734. Powers — Governments derive their powers from the consent of the governed
  4735. Powers of the federal government — Enumerated powers of the federal government — All other powers belong to either the states or the people, unless otherwise prohibited to either
  4736. Practical action
  4737. Practical action — Not complaining, and instead taking practical action to improve one’s situation
  4738. Practical approaches
  4739. Practical good sense
  4740. Practical solutions
  4741. Practicality
  4742. Practicality and efficiency
  4743. Practice
  4744. Practice tolerance
  4745. Practice tolerance and live together in peace with one another as good neighbours
  4746. Practice what you preach
  4747. Practicing love, honor, gratitude, and respect daily will unify us with the planet, its creatures and the Great Spirit
  4748. Pragmatism
  4749. Pragmatism — Policy decisions guided more by pragmatism than ideology
  4750. Pragmatist
  4751. Praise
  4752. Prajna — Discernment, insight, wisdom, enlightenment — Buddhist practices
  4753. Preach — Practice what you Preach
  4754. Precautionary principle
  4755. Precedent
  4756. Preparedness
  4757. Preparedness — Contingency planning
  4758. Preparedness — Drilling
  4759. Present
  4760. Present — Focus on the present
  4761. Present — Here and now
  4762. Present — Orientation to present — Being rather than to the past, future, or becoming
  4763. Presents
  4764. Presents — Gifts
  4765. Preservation
  4766. Preservation of ethnic and cultural origins
  4767. Preservation of European-American identity
  4768. Preservation of identity
  4769. Preservation of individual liberties
  4770. Preservation of individual liberties, justice, and quality of life
  4771. Preservation of justice
  4772. Preservation of quality of life
  4773. Preservation of the white majority in the U.S.
  4774. Preserve and create community
  4775. Preserve trust even when formal relationships end
  4776. Preserving existing forests
  4777. President is personal representative of the people
  4778. Press
  4779. Press — Freedom of the press
  4780. Presumed innocent — Presumption of innocence
  4781. Presumed innocent — Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defence — UDHR
  4782. Presumption of innocence — Presumed innocent
  4783. Pride
  4784. Pride — School pride
  4785. Pride in accomplishment
  4786. Pride in community
  4787. Pride in national values
  4788. Pride in our values
  4789. Pride in results
  4790. Pride in results from reapplying others’ ideas
  4791. Pride in shared values
  4792. Pride in workmanship
  4793. Principle
  4794. Principle — Defer to other views yet refuse to abandon principle
  4795. Principle — How to handle principles in a world of actuality
  4796. Principled actions — Understand the political context in which principled actions must be taken
  4797. Principled and conservative but not ideological or rigid
  4798. Principles
  4799. Principles — Uphold values and principles
  4800. Principles — Uphold values and principles in every action and decision
  4801. Principles determine course of action
  4802. Principles determine course of action even when they might be deeply unpopular
  4803. Principles in a world of actuality
  4804. Principles — Understanding of principles based on understanding of people
  4805. Prioritizing Who Is Paid Well For What
  4806. Privacy
  4807. Privacy — No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks — UDHR
  4808. Privacy — Right to privacy
  4809. Privacy of personal information
  4810. Private affairs
  4811. Private affairs and personal beliefs
  4812. Private education
  4813. Private enterprise
  4814. Private enterprise — Both private enterprise and government are essential
  4815. Private enterprise — Both private enterprise and government are essential for creating individual opportunity and growth
  4816. Private marketplace
  4817. Private schools
  4818. Private virtue
  4819. Prize the elderly
  4820. Prizes
  4821. Prizes — Awards
  4822. Prizes — Contests
  4823. Problems — Leaders ensure that defects do not get sent down the line and that problems are fixed so they stay fixed
  4824. Proactive
  4825. Proactive and personal
  4826. Problems — Seek to tackle problems creatively
  4827. Problems get fixed
  4828. Procedure
  4829. Process
  4830. Productive
  4831. Productive pursuits
  4832. Productivity
  4833. Products
  4834. Products — Incorporate sustainability into products, packaging, and operations
  4835. Products — Lead in advanced technologies and quality in creating the world’s best products
  4836. Professional — Expectations of reliably performing tasks with expertise
  4837. Professionalism — Competence and positive attitude of a professional towards both tasks and people with whom they interact
  4838. Professionals — Broad range and numbers of individuals engaged at a professional level in many professions
  4839. Professions — Areas of work requiring substantial education, training, experience, and skills
  4840. Professors
  4841. Professors — Research
  4842. Professors — Teaching
  4843. Profit motive — Faith and trust in the profit motive
  4844. Profitability
  4845. Profitability — Social need outranks narrow profitability as the measure of success for our economic life
  4846. Programmed or unprogrammed worship — Waiting worship or silent worship
  4847. Progress
  4848. Progress — Social progress
  4849. Progress — The future, change, and progress
  4850. Progress and change
  4851. Progress of the future
  4852. Progress of history
  4853. Progress of the human mind
  4854. Progressive
  4855. Progressive — A great democracy must be progressive or it will soon cease to be great or a democracy
  4856. Progressive goals
  4857. Progressive Movement
  4858. Progressive reform
  4859. Progressive tax rates
  4860. Progressive taxation
  4861. Progressive thinking
  4862. Progressive values
  4863. Prohibit the combination of commercial and investment banking and other restrictions on speculative bank activities through the Glass-Steagall Act
  4864. Prohibit unfair business practices — through the Federal Trade Commission
  4865. Prohibition of double jeopardy
  4866. Promise of a brighter future
  4867. Promises
  4868. Promote better standard of living
  4869. Promote better standards of life
  4870. Promote cooperative communities
  4871. Promote democracy
  4872. Promote the development of friendly relations between nations — UDHR
  4873. Promote good thoughts
  4874. Promote good thoughts — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 6 — Samadhi — Samma vayama — Right Effort — Promote good thoughts; conquer evil thoughts
  4875. Promote human rights
  4876. Promote peace in the world
  4877. Promote peacebuilding
  4878. Promote reason and free thought
  4879. Promote social progress
  4880. Promote social progress and better standards of life
  4881. Promote social progress and better standards of life — UDHR
  4882. Promoting international cooperation
  4883. Promotion — Leaders raise the performance bar with every hire and promotion
  4884. Promotion of new technology
  4885. Promotion of universal respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms — UDHR
  4886. Promptness
  4887. Proper balance between private and public actions
  4888. Property
  4889. Property — Acquire land at reasonable prices
  4890. Property — Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property — UDHR
  4891. Property — Owning your own home, land
  4892. Prophets of God — Belief in Prophets of God
  4893. Propriety and modesty of dress — Regard for mind and body
  4894. Prosperity
  4895. Prosperity — Individual prosperity
  4896. Proportional representation in the House of Representatives
  4897. Propriety and modesty of dress — Regard for mind and body
  4898. Prosperity — Widely shared prosperity
  4899. Prosperity and peace
  4900. Prosperous and equitable society
  4901. Prosperous society
  4902. Protect the civil liberties of all Americans, and especially stand up for the marginalized
  4903. Protect democracy
  4904. Protect from discrimination
  4905. Protect the individual liberty of citizens from both domestic majorities and foreign depredations
  4906. Protect the individual liberty of citizens from domestic majorities
  4907. Protect the individual liberty of citizens from foreign depredations
  4908. Protect minorities against tyranny of the majority
  4909. Protect Mother Earth and use her resources wisely
  4910. Protect our values
  4911. Protecting individual rights
  4912. Protecting the environment
  4913. Protecting the environment is essential to our future
  4914. Protecting the environment, and providing beauty and jobs for the people
  4915. Protecting human life
  4916. Protecting private property
  4917. Protection against frivolous lawsuits
  4918. Protection of civil liberties
  4919. Protection of the family
  4920. Protection of the family — The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State — UDHR
  4921. Protection and full expression of human rights
  4922. Protection of human rights
  4923. Protection of intellectual property
  4924. Protection of intellectual property — Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author — UDHR
  4925. Protection of minority rights
  4926. Protection of mothers and children
  4927. Protection of mothers and children — Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection — UDHR
  4928. Protection of rights and freedoms — Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein — UDHR
  4929. Protection against double jeopardy
  4930. Protection against self-incrimination — Fifth Amendment
  4931. Protection of the right to organize labor, engage in collective bargaining, and participate in strikes
  4932. Protection of widows, orphans, and strangers
  4933. Protections for workers
  4934. Protections for workers — Strong protections for workers
  4935. Protective
  4936. Protest
  4937. Protest — Freedom of assembly — Peaceable assembly, right to protest — peaceably
  4938. Protest — Peaceful protest
  4939. Protestant Christianity
  4940. Protestant work ethic — hard work, discipline, and frugality, duty before pleasure, hard work pays off
  4941. Protocol
  4942. Provide equality of opportunity for all
  4943. Providence
  4944. Providence — America’s providential role in providing an asylum for liberty
  4945. Provision of common human needs
  4946. Provoking unfavorable remarks about a neighbor is forbidden
  4947. Prudence
  4948. Public accommodations — Freedom from racial segregation in public accommodations
  4949. Public accommodations — Right to freedom from racial segregation in public accommodations
  4950. Public activism
  4951. Public administration — Government in action
  4952. Public assistance programs
  4953. Public confidence
  4954. Public confidence in the government
  4955. Public debt — Honoring public debt
  4956. Public debt of the United States shall not be questioned
  4957. Public education
  4958. Public education — High quality public education
  4959. Public good
  4960. Public interest
  4961. Public interest — Commitment to putting the public interest above the interests of a few and an understanding that strong families and communities are the foundation of a good society
  4962. Public interest — Technology for the public interest
  4963. Public interest law
  4964. Public investment
  4965. Public leadership
  4966. Public libraries
  4967. Public meetings
  4968. Public opinion
  4969. Public opinion — Importance of public opinion in making public policy.
  4970. Public order
  4971. Public order — In the exercise of his rights and freedoms, everyone shall be subject only to such limitations as are determined by law solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights and freedoms of others and of meeting the just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society — UDHR
  4972. Public ownership
  4973. Public ownership — Widespread worker and public ownership will greatly lessen the corrosive effect of capitalists markets on people’s lives
  4974. Public policy
  4975. Public policy — Importance of public opinion in making public policy.
  4976. Public policy — Increased democratic — and not corporate — control over public policy
  4977. Public reputation
  4978. Public safety
  4979. Public service
  4980. Public service — Commitment to public service
  4981. Public service — Everyone has the right of equal access to public service in his country — UDHR
  4982. Public transportation
  4983. Public trial — Right to a speedy and public trial
  4984. Public virtue
  4985. Pull yourself up — Willingness to pull yourself up by your own bootstraps
  4986. Pulses of energy
  4987. Punished without a trial — No one can be legislated to be guilty of a crime and punished without a trial — no Bill of Attainder
  4988. Purge the government of corruption
  4989. Puritan Calvinist religious beliefs
  4990. Purity
  4991. Purity — Emotional purity
  4992. Purpose
  4993. Purpose — All things have a purpose
  4994. Purpose — Dedication to a purpose
  4995. Purpose — Real life goes beyond the concept of breathing and having blood flow through our veins, it means existing with a purpose and connecting to God and others
  4996. Purpose and direction
  4997. Purpose and direction — Church as center of the community, providing purpose and direction to lives
  4998. Purpose of government is to advance the common good, to secure and protect our rights, and to help to create a high quality of life and community well-being
  4999. Purpose of the organization
  5000. Purpose of the organization — Building superior relationships with all the parties who contribute to fulfilling the purpose of the organization, including customers, suppliers, universities, and governments
  5001. Purposes and principles of the United Nations
  5002. Purposes and principles of the United Nations — These rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations — UDHR
  5003. Pursue common interests — Willing to set differences aside to pursue common interests
  5004. Pursue peace
  5005. Pursue peace around the world
  5006. Pursue your dreams
  5007. Pursuit of happiness
  5008. Pushing ourselves
  5009. Pushing ourselves — Move faster and push ourselves to achieve continued success
  5010. Pushing ourselves — Move faster and push ourselves to achieve greater success
  5011. Put down insurrections — Domestic militia (national guard) to put down insurrections, and to repel invasions
  5012. Putting common sense into practice
  5013. Putting community first
  5014. Putting country first
  5015. Putting customers first
  5016. Putting family first
  5017. Quality
  5018. Quality — Lead in advanced technologies and quality
  5019. Quality — Lead in advanced technologies and quality in creating the world’s best products
  5020. Quality bar — Leaders continually raising the quality bar and driving their teams to deliver higher-quality products, services, and processes
  5021. Quality education
  5022. Quality of the environment — Each person bears responsibility for the well-being of society and the quality of the environment
  5023. Quality of life
  5024. Quality of life — Steadily improving living standards
  5025. Quality over quantity
  5026. Quality products
  5027. Quality service
  5028. Quality work
  5029. Quality work and economic security
  5030. Quarter soldiers — No obligation to quarter soldiers in private homes
  5031. Quest for mutual success
  5032. Quest for mutual success ties us together
  5033. Quest for the truth
  5034. Quests
  5035. Questioning authority
  5036. Questioning cherished beliefs
  5037. Quiet
  5038. Quiet — Peace and quiet
  5039. Quietness
  5040. Races
  5041. Races — Competition
  5042. Races — Winning
  5043. Racial discrimination — Freedom from racial discrimination in voting
  5044. Racial discrimination — Right to freedom from racial discrimination in voting
  5045. Racial equality
  5046. Racial harmony
  5047. Racial justice
  5048. Racial justice — Gender, racial, and ethnic justice
  5049. Racial segregation — Freedom from racial segregation in employment
  5050. Racial segregation — Freedom from racial segregation in public accommodations
  5051. Racial segregation — Right to freedom from racial segregation in employment
  5052. Racial segregation — Right to freedom from racial segregation in public accommodations
  5053. Racial superiority
  5054. Radical firebrand
  5055. Raise goals
  5056. Raise the level of human dignity
  5057. Raise the performance bar
  5058. Raise the performance bar — Leaders raise the performance bar with every hire and promotion
  5059. Raise the quality bar
  5060. Raise the quality bar — Leaders continually raising the quality bar and driving their teams to deliver higher-quality products, services, and processes
  5061. Raising a family
  5062. Rank
  5063. Rank — Hierarchy, rank, and status
  5064. Reach your own judgment
  5065. Reach your own judgment — Right and responsibility of ordinary people to think for themselves and to reach their own judgment on matters
  5066. Reaching out
  5067. Reaching that of God in every one
  5068. Reaching your God-given potential
  5069. Reading and studying of the Bible
  5070. Real life
  5071. Real life goes beyond the concept of breathing and having blood flow through our veins, it means existing with a purpose and connecting to God and others
  5072. Realism
  5073. Realistic
  5074. Reapplying others’ ideas
  5075. Reapplying others’ ideas — Taking pride in results from reapplying others’ ideas
  5076. Reason
  5077. Reason — All human beings are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood — UDHR
  5078. Reason — Application of intelligence, reason, and science can improve business, society, and the human condition
  5079. Reason — Deep optimism in human reason
  5080. Reason and conscience
  5081. Reasonable government — not too big, not too small
  5082. Reasoned compromise
  5083. Rebellion — Essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law — UDHR
  5084. Receive future happiness
  5085. Receive future happiness — Do God’s will and receive future happiness
  5086. Receptive
  5087. Receptive to new ideas
  5088. Recognition
  5089. Recognition of intersection between economics, environment, and gender equality
  5090. Recognition of the mutual dependence of the worlds of intellectuals and politicians
  5091. Recognize exceptional talent
  5092. Recognize exceptional talent — Leaders recognize exceptional talent, and willingly move them throughout the organization
  5093. Recognize strong performers
  5094. Recognize the realities of international power
  5095. Recognizing that evil does exist in the world, and making an effort to combat this force by whatever means necessary
  5096. Recognizing the media for its bias, bullying, and deception
  5097. Recognizing the power of the free market
  5098. Recognizing and utilizing the benefits of competition and hard work
  5099. Reconciliation
  5100. Reconciliation — Each act of reconciliation is one step closer to the Beloved Community
  5101. Reconciliation of adversaries cooperating together in a spirit of friendship and goodwill
  5102. Recycling
  5103. Redemption
  5104. Redemption and reconciliation
  5105. Redemptive futurism
  5106. Redistribution — For liberals
  5107. Redress of grievances — Right to petition for redress of grievances
  5108. Redress of grievances — Right to expect relief from grievances
  5109. Redress of grievances — Right to expect relief from petition for redress of grievances
  5110. Reducing headcount, budget size, and fixed expenses
  5111. Reducing poverty and injustice
  5112. Reducing social divisions
  5113. Reduction in use of the death penalty
  5114. Reflection
  5115. Reflection — Self-awareness
  5116. Reflective thinking
  5117. Refuse to exploit war for personal and partisan gain
  5118. Regulating business and high finance
  5119. Regulation
  5120. Regulation — Enhanced regulation
  5121. Regulation — Environmental regulation
  5122. Regulation — Financial regulation
  5123. Regulation — Financial and environmental regulation
  5124. Regulation — Securities regulation
  5125. Regulation of interstate commerce
  5126. Regulation of utilities
  5127. Reform
  5128. Reform — Governance reform
  5129. Reform — Immigration reform
  5130. Reform — Justice reform
  5131. Reform — Law enforcement reform
  5132. Reform — Police reform
  5133. Reform — School reform
  5134. Reform — Social reform
  5135. Reform — Tax reform
  5136. Reform of criminal justice system
  5137. Refraining from certain amusements, propriety and modesty of dress, abstinence from alcohol, tobacco and drugs — Regard for mind and body
  5138. Refrain from excessive material accumulation and consumption
  5139. Refuge
  5140. Refugees
  5141. Refusal to participate in war
  5142. Refusal to participate in war — Pacifism
  5143. Refusal to swear oaths
  5144. Refusal to yield to temptation
  5145. Regard for mind and body
  5146. Regard for mind and body — refraining from certain amusements, propriety and modesty of dress, abstinence from alcohol, tobacco and drugs
  5147. Regime change — Selectively, but subject to controversy
  5148. Regional superiority
  5149. Regret — And remorse and contrition
  5150. Regular elections — Regular, Free, and Fair Elections
  5151. Regularly attending church or other religious services
  5152. Reincarnation — Cycle of rebirth
  5153. Reinventing the way business is done
  5154. Reinvention
  5155. Reject all forms of religious symbolism and outward sacraments
  5156. Reject the use of a particular form of words, because words can become a barrier rather than a search for understanding our shared human experience
  5157. Rejecting the deification of government officials
  5158. Rejection of annexations and indemnities in international conflicts
  5159. Rejection of multiculturalism and pluralism
  5160. Rejuvenation
  5161. Related — Keep things independent that aren’t very related
  5162. Relationship — Kinship and the relationship between all beings
  5163. Relationship between the workaday, economic realities of American life and the nation’s highest moral and political principles
  5164. Relationships
  5165. Relationships — Adultery and incestual relationships are prohibited
  5166. Relationships — Building superior relationships with all the parties who contribute to fulfilling the purpose of the organization, including customers, suppliers, universities, and governments
  5167. Relationships — Close, mutually productive relationships with customers and suppliers
  5168. Relationships — Close and respectful family relationships
  5169. Relationships — Create positive, lasting relationships
  5170. Relationships — Nothing is more important than the relationships you build
  5171. Relationships — Preserve trust even when formal relationships end
  5172. Relativism
  5173. Relativism — Everything is relative
  5174. Relaxed
  5175. Relaxation
  5176. Relentlessly high standards
  5177. Relentlessly high standards — Leaders have relentlessly high standards
  5178. Relentlessly pursue peace around the world
  5179. Relevant
  5180. Relevant — Make organizations more relevant
  5181. Relevant — You need to be a bit uncomfortable to stay relevant
  5182. Relief from petition for redress of grievances
  5183. Relief from stress
  5184. Relief of grievances
  5185. Religion
  5186. Religion — My own mind is my own church
  5187. Religion — Observance of religion is an integral part of home life
  5188. Religion — Role of the family in transmitting the traditions of religion
  5189. Religion — The only religion that has not been invented, and that has in it every evidence of divine originality, is pure and simple Deism
  5190. Religion may not be used to disqualify holding of office
  5191. Religious experience
  5192. Religious experience — Direct religious experience
  5193. Religious freedom
  5194. Religious freedom — Defense of international religious freedom
  5195. Religious liberty
  5196. Religious liberty — Ensure that faith-based institutions, especially those that are vital parts of underserved neighborhoods, do not face discrimination by government
  5197. Religious liberty and toleration
  5198. Religious minorities
  5199. Religious pluralism
  5200. Religious services — Regularly attending church or other religious services
  5201. Religious superiority
  5202. Religious toleration
  5203. Relying on your colleagues to do the right thing
  5204. Remain above the political fray
  5205. Remediate discrimination
  5206. Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy — Ten Commandments — #4
  5207. Remorse — And regret and contrition
  5208. Rendering complex ideas intelligible to average readers with clear, concise writing
  5209. Renewable
  5210. Renewable energy
  5211. Renewable resources
  5212. Renewal of the national spirit
  5213. Renunciation of violence
  5214. Renunciation of worldly goods
  5215. Repel invasions — Domestic militia (national guard) to put down insurrections, and to repel invasions
  5216. Repetitive — Don’t be repetitive — Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results
  5217. Representation
  5218. Representation — No taxation without representation
  5219. Representation — Proportional representation
  5220. Representation ingrafted upon democracy
  5221. Representative democracy
  5222. Representative government
  5223. Representatives
  5224. Representatives — Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives — UDHR
  5225. Reproduction
  5226. Reproduction — Celibacy is regarded as contrary to the injunction to be fruitful and multiply
  5227. Reproductive freedom for women
  5228. Reproductive rights
  5229. Republic
  5230. Republic — Peaceful nature of republics
  5231. Republic based on the rule of law, not the rule of men
  5232. Republican form of government
  5233. Republican form of government — Every state is guaranteed a republican form of government
  5234. Republican society
  5235. Republican values
  5236. Republican values held by the Revolutionary War generation
  5237. Republicanism — Republican form of government
  5238. Reputation
  5239. Reputation — No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks — UDHR
  5240. Reputation of a fellow man is sacred
  5241. Research
  5242. Research — University research
  5243. Reserve
  5244. Resilience, resiliency
  5245. Resistance to evil
  5246. Resolute
  5247. Resolution
  5248. Resolve
  5249. Resolve — Grit
  5250. Resolving differences
  5251. Resourcefulness
  5252. Resourcefulness — Constraints breed resourcefulness, self-sufficiency, and invention
  5253. Resources
  5254. Resources — Focusing resources to achieve national objectives and strategies
  5255. Resources — Focusing resources to achieve organizational objectives and strategies
  5256. Resources — Focusing resources to achieve social objectives and strategies
  5257. Resources — Protect Mother Earth and use her resources wisely
  5258. Resources needed to sustain U.S. dominance are a drain on the national economy, particularly the most neglected and underdeveloped sectors
  5259. Resources of society
  5260. Resources of society — All individuals, communities, and peoples are free to achieve their full potential
  5261. Respect
  5262. Respect — Giving those in authority due respect, but not to the point of accepting orders or assertions that are contrary to logic or morality
  5263. Respect — Respect for nature, Mother Earth, the land
  5264. Respect — Self-respect
  5265. Respect and acknowledgement of the spirits and the elders
  5266. Respect for all individuals
  5267. Respect for all individuals — All individuals can and want to contribute to their fullest potential
  5268. Respect for all individuals — Honest with people about their performance
  5269. Respect for all individuals — Inspire and enable people to achieve high expectations, standards, and challenging goals
  5270. Respect for all individuals — Value differences
  5271. Respect all people
  5272. Respect for authority
  5273. Respect colleagues
  5274. Respect colleagues — Trust
  5275. Respect consumers
  5276. Respect for Creation and the environment
  5277. Respect customers
  5278. Respect for those with disabilities
  5279. Respect for diversity
  5280. Respect for the elderly
  5281. Respect for elders
  5282. Respect for the environment
  5283. Respect for fundamental freedoms — Promotion of universal respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms — UDHR
  5284. Respect for gender identity
  5285. Respect the honor and property of your neighbor
  5286. Respect for human dignity
  5287. Respect for human rights — Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace — UDHR
  5288. Respect for human rights — Promotion of universal respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms — UDHR
  5289. Respect for the land
  5290. Respect for the law
  5291. Respect for law and order
  5292. Respect for life
  5293. Respect for Mother Earth
  5294. Respect for the natural power that comes from wisdom and the knowledge elders carry forward
  5295. Respect for nature
  5296. Respect for nature, Mother Earth, and the land
  5297. Respect for opinions — Decent respect of the opinions of mankind
  5298. Respect for people
  5299. Respect for petition for redress of grievances. Right to petition as well as right to expect relief
  5300. Respect for property
  5301. Respect for property — Thou shalt not steal — Ten Commandments — #8
  5302. Respect for the rights of conscience
  5303. Respect for the rights of conscience of healthcare professionals, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and organizations, especially the faith-based groups which provide a major portion of care for the nation and the needy
  5304. Respect for rules
  5305. Respect for sexual identity
  5306. Respect for sexual orientation
  5307. Respect for the time of others
  5308. Respect for those who inhabit the land
  5309. Respect for the values of people you don’t agree with
  5310. Respected standard of behavior
  5311. Respectful — Leaders treat others respectfully
  5312. Respectful burial
  5313. Respectful burial, even for unclaimed dead
  5314. Respectful family relationships
  5315. Respectful family relationships — Close and respectful family relationships
  5316. Respectfully challenge decisions
  5317. Respectfully challenge decisions — Leaders are obligated to respectfully challenge decisions when they disagree, even when doing so is uncomfortable or exhausting
  5318. Respecting the sanctity of life
  5319. Responsibility
  5320. Responsibility — Cooperation, patience, mutual respect, responsibility, and self-reliance are fundamental to the order and progress of the republic
  5321. Responsibility — Corporate social responsibility
  5322. Responsibility — Entrust team members with responsibility and accountability
  5323. Responsibility — Environmental responsibility
  5324. Responsibility — Global responsibility
  5325. Responsibility — Personal responsibility
  5326. Responsibility — Shared responsibility
  5327. Responsibility — Social responsibility
  5328. Responsibility — Trust and personal responsibility in all relationships
  5329. Responsibility — We are all leaders in our area of responsibility
  5330. Responsibility — We are all leaders in our area of responsibility and expertise
  5331. Responsibility and accountability
  5332. Responsibility and accountability — Entrust team members with responsibility and accountability
  5333. Responsibility from all
  5334. Responsibility of all individuals to continually develop themselves and others
  5335. Responsibility from everyone
  5336. Responsibility to all
  5337. Responsibility to communities
  5338. Responsibility to hold government accountable
  5339. Responsibility to hold government accountable and that it is through the integrity of the ballot box that we do so
  5340. Responsibility for meeting the highest performance standards
  5341. Responsibility to future generations
  5342. Responsibility to workers
  5343. Responsibility we have to each other and to the common good
  5344. Responsible citizen
  5345. Responsible citizen — Deserving and responsible citizen
  5346. Responsible consumption
  5347. Responsible consumption of goods
  5348. Responsible consumption of services
  5349. Responsive to the needs of employees and their families
  5350. Responsiveness
  5351. Rest
  5352. Rest — Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay — UDHR
  5353. Restoring confidence
  5354. Restrain the excesses of the states, especially their legislatures
  5355. Restraint
  5356. Results
  5357. Results — Deliver results
  5358. Results — Don’t be repetitive — Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results
  5359. Results — High expectations yield high results
  5360. Retained rights
  5361. Retained rights — The people’s retained rights
  5362. Retirement
  5363. Retirement — A secure retirement
  5364. Retirement — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  5365. Retirement with dignity
  5366. Retreats
  5367. Revealed books of God — Belief in revealed books of God
  5368. Revelation
  5369. Revelation — Continuing revelation
  5370. Revengeful, relentless disposition is unethical
  5371. Revere of history
  5372. Revere of historic leaders
  5373. Revere of historic figures
  5374. Revere of history and historic leaders and figures
  5375. Reverence
  5376. Reverence for old age
  5377. Reverence for parents
  5378. Reverence for truth
  5379. Reviews — Books, movies, restaurants, hotels, services
  5380. Revolution
  5381. Revolution — Essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law — UDHR
  5382. Revolution — It is the right and duty of a people to discard a government which engages in “a long train of abuses and usurpations” that reduces the people to living under in a state tantamount to despotism and absolute tyranny
  5383. Revolution — People have the right to alter or abolish a government and replace it with a new government if it becomes destructive to the needs of the people
  5384. Revolution — Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, will make violent revolution inevitable — JFK
  5385. Rhetoric
  5386. Right — People who are right, a lot
  5387. Right action
  5388. Right action — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 4 — Sila — Samma kammanta — Right conduct or Right Action involves abstaining from harmful behaviors, such as killing, stealing, and careless sex
  5389. Right concentration
  5390. Right concentration — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 8 — Samadhi — Samma samadhi — Right Concentration — Meditate to achieve a higher state of consciousness
  5391. Right conduct
  5392. Right conduct — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 4 — Sila — Samma kammanta — Right conduct or Right Action involves abstaining from harmful behaviors, such as killing, stealing, and careless sex
  5393. Right livelihood — Support yourself without harming others
  5394. Right effort
  5395. Right effort — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 6 — Samadhi — Samma vayama: Right Effort — Promote good thoughts; conquer evil thoughts
  5396. Right livelihood
  5397. Right livelihood — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 5 — Sila — Samma ajiva — Right livelihood — Support yourself without harming others
  5398. Right mindfulness
  5399. Right mindfulness — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 7 — Samadhi — Samma sati — Right Mindfulness — Become aware of your body, mind and feelings
  5400. Right path in life
  5401. Right path in life — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 2 — Panna — Samma sankappa — Right thinking; following the right path in life
  5402. Right and responsibility of ordinary people to think for themselves and to reach their own judgment on matters
  5403. Right of the people to keep and bear arms
  5404. Right quality
  5405. Right quality — Deliver with the right quality and in a timely fashion
  5406. Right speech
  5407. Right speech — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 3 — Sila — Samma vaca — Right speech — No lying, criticism, condemning, gossip, harsh language
  5408. Right thing — Always try to do the right thing
  5409. Right thing — Do the right thing
  5410. Right thing — Relying on your colleagues to do the right thing
  5411. Right thing — Try to do the right thing
  5412. Right thinking
  5413. Right thinking — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 2 — Panna — Samma sankappa — Right thinking; following the right path in life
  5414. Right to an adequate standard of living
  5415. Right to an adequate standard of living — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  5416. Right to assemble
  5417. Right to asylum — Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution This right may not be invoked in the case of prosecutions genuinely arising from non-political crimes or from acts contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations — UDHR
  5418. Right to be forgotten
  5419. Right to be heard, hear me out
  5420. Right to be left alone
  5421. Right to bail that is not excessive
  5422. Right to bear arms
  5423. Right to bear arms — Second Amendment
  5424. Right to birthright citizenship
  5425. Right to challenge the legality of an arrest in court — Writ of Habeas Corpus
  5426. Right to clothing
  5427. Right to clothing — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  5428. Right to be confronted with the witnesses against you in a trial
  5429. Right to a decent standard of living
  5430. Right to due process
  5431. Right to due process — Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law — UDHR
  5432. Right to due process against loss of life, liberty, or property
  5433. Right to education
  5434. Right to education — Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit — UDHR
  5435. Right of equal access to public service — Everyone has the right of equal access to public service in his country — UDHR
  5436. Right to equal pay for equal work
  5437. Right to equal pay for equal work — Everyone, without any discrimination, has the right to equal pay for equal work — UDHR
  5438. Right to equal protection of the law
  5439. Right to expect relief from grievances
  5440. Right to expect relief from petition for redress of grievances
  5441. Right to fair compensation for taking of property by the government
  5442. Right to a fair and speedy trial
  5443. Right to form and to join trade unions
  5444. Right to form and to join trade unions — Everyone has the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests — UDHR
  5445. Right to found a family — Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry and to found a family. They are entitled to equal rights as to marriage, during marriage and at its dissolution. Marriage shall be entered into only with the free and full consent of the intending spouses — UDHR
  5446. Right to free choice of employment
  5447. Right to free choice of employment — Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment — UDHR
  5448. Right to freedom of association — Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association — UDHR
  5449. Right to freedom of conscience
  5450. Right to freedom of conscience — Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance — UDHR
  5451. Right to freedom from discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin
  5452. Right to freedom from language minority discrimination in voting
  5453. Right to freedom from racial discrimination in voting
  5454. Right to freedom from racial segregation in employment
  5455. Right to freedom from racial segregation in public accommodations
  5456. Right to freedom from “test or device” requirements to vote or cast a ballot, such as literacy tests, educational or knowledge requirements, proof of good moral character, and requirements that a person be vouched for when voting
  5457. Right to freedom from unequal application of voter registration requirements
  5458. Right to freedom from racial segregation in schools
  5459. Right to freedom of movement
  5460. Right to freedom of movement — Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state — UDHR
  5461. Right to freedom of peaceful assembly — Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association — UDHR
  5462. Right to freedom of religion
  5463. Right to freedom of religion — Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance — UDHR
  5464. Right to freedom of thought
  5465. Right to freedom of thought — Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance — UDHR
  5466. Right to disagree, dissent
  5467. Right to engage in collective bargaining
  5468. Right to fines that are not excessive
  5469. Right to food
  5470. Right to food — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  5471. Right to have the assistance of counsel for a trial
  5472. Right to health care
  5473. Right to hide
  5474. Right to housing
  5475. Right to housing — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  5476. Right to an impartial jury
  5477. Right to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation for a trial
  5478. Right to international travel
  5479. Right to international travel — Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country — UDHR
  5480. Right to just and favourable conditions of work
  5481. Right to just and favourable conditions of work — Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment — UDHR
  5482. Right to just and favourable remuneration — Everyone who works has the right to just and favourable remuneration ensuring for himself and his family an existence worthy of human dignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by other means of social protection — UDHR
  5483. Right to leisure
  5484. Right to liberty and equality
  5485. Right to liberty unimpeded by intrusive government regulation and control
  5486. Right to life
  5487. Right to life and liberty
  5488. Right to life, liberty and security of person — UDHR
  5489. Right to a living wage
  5490. Right to marry — Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry and to found a family. They are entitled to equal rights as to marriage, during marriage and at its dissolution. Marriage shall be entered into only with the free and full consent of the intending spouses — UDHR
  5491. Right to medical care
  5492. Right to medical care — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  5493. Right to organize
  5494. Right to organize labor
  5495. Right to organize labor — Everyone has the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests — UDHR
  5496. Right to organize labor, engage in collective bargaining, and participate in strikes
  5497. Right to own property
  5498. Right to own property — Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property — UDHR
  5499. Right to participate in strikes
  5500. Right to peaceful assembly
  5501. Right to peaceful assembly — Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association — UDHR
  5502. Right to petition for redress of grievances
  5503. Right to privacy
  5504. Right to produce, transport, and consume alcoholic beverages (“intoxicating liquors”)
  5505. Right to property
  5506. Right to protect and defend our lives, our families, and our property without government infringement
  5507. Right to protection against unemployment — Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment — UDHR
  5508. Right to protest — Peaceably, Freedom of assembly — Peaceable assembly
  5509. Right to residence
  5510. Right to residence — Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state — UDHR
  5511. Right to rest and leisure
  5512. Right to rest and leisure — Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay — UDHR
  5513. Right to a second chance
  5514. Right to security
  5515. Right to security — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  5516. Right to seek asylum — Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution This right may not be invoked in the case of prosecutions genuinely arising from non-political crimes or from acts contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations — UDHR
  5517. Right to self-determination
  5518. Right to speak
  5519. Right to a speedy and public trial
  5520. Right to standard of living
  5521. Right to standard of living — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  5522. Right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of yourself and of your family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond your control (UN-UDHR)
  5523. Right to subpoena witnesses in your favor for a trial
  5524. Right to take part in the government
  5525. Right to take part in the government — Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives — UDHR
  5526. Right to travel
  5527. Right to travel — Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country — UDHR
  5528. Right to be tried in the state in which the crime was committed
  5529. Right understanding
  5530. Right understanding — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 1 — Panna — Samma ditthi — Right Understanding of the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism
  5531. Right to unionize
  5532. Right to vote
  5533. Right to vote — Giving women the right to vote
  5534. Right to vote for ages 18–20
  5535. Right to vote regardless of race, color, or prior slavery or servitude status
  5536. Right weight
  5537. Right weight and just measure
  5538. Right weight and just measure are demanded
  5539. Right of women to vote
  5540. Right to work
  5541. Right to work — Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment — UDHR
  5542. Right to your own opinion
  5543. Righteous life
  5544. Righteousness
  5545. Righteousness — If I must choose between righteousness and peace, I choose righteousness — Theodore Roosevelt
  5546. Righteousness gives the owner of property no right to withhold from the poor their share
  5547. Rightness
  5548. Rightness and righteousness
  5549. Rights
  5550. Rights — All rights of the people are retained even if not specifically enumerated in the Constitution
  5551. Rights — Animals have a right to be treated well, even ones that might belong to one’s enemy
  5552. Rights — Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law — UDHR
  5553. Rights — Labor rights
  5554. Rights — The people’s retained rights
  5555. Rights of the accused to a fair trial
  5556. Rights of the average American
  5557. Rights of conscience
  5558. Rights and freedoms
  5559. Rights and freedoms — Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty — UDHR
  5560. Rights and freedoms — Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration can be fully realized — UDHR
  5561. Rights and freedoms of others
  5562. Rights and freedoms of others — In the exercise of his rights and freedoms, everyone shall be subject only to such limitations as are determined by law solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights and freedoms of others and of meeting the just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society — UDHR
  5563. Rights are independent of immigration status
  5564. Rights of the little guy
  5565. Rights of man
  5566. Rights of the people
  5567. Rights of the people — Governments are instituted by the people to secure the rights of the people
  5568. Rights of those who reject organized religion
  5569. Rigid — Principled and conservative but not ideological or rigid
  5570. Rigor, rigorous
  5571. Rising living standards
  5572. Rising to challenges
  5573. Rising to the occasion
  5574. Rising to the occasion and never settling
  5575. Rising tide lifts all boats
  5576. Risk — Calculated risk taking
  5577. Risk — Responsible assessment and minimization of risk
  5578. Risk — Taking informed risks and championing new and sometimes unpopular ideas
  5579. Risk-taking
  5580. Risk-taking — Entrepreneurial spirit
  5581. Ritual
  5582. Ritual — Indirectness, ritual, and face
  5583. Role
  5584. Role of the government in the United States
  5585. Role of learning and expertise
  5586. Role of learning and expertise — Central role of learning and expertise
  5587. Role of young people in the community
  5588. Roman Stoic
  5589. Romance
  5590. Romantic
  5591. Room for creative dissent
  5592. Theodore Roosevelt — If I must choose between righteousness and peace, I choose righteousness
  5593. Rule of law
  5594. Rule of law — Essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law — UDHR
  5595. Rule of law — Nothing higher than the rule of law
  5596. Rules
  5597. Rules — Everyone plays by the same rules
  5598. Rules — Learn the rules of the game and then play better than anyone else
  5599. Rules — Learn the rules and then play better
  5600. Rules are meant to be broken
  5601. Rules-based approaches
  5602. Rules-based international order
  5603. Rules-based systems
  5604. Rules-based world order
  5605. Run for office
  5606. Run things independently that aren’t very related
  5607. Running — for exercise and health
  5608. Ruthlessly replace individuals who do not meet the standards of the enterprise
  5609. Sabbath as a day of rest — Shabbat is a festive day when Jews exercise their freedom from the regular labors of everyday life and have an opportunity to contemplate the spiritual aspects of life and to spend time with family
  5610. Sabbath is also meant to provide rest for working animals
  5611. Sacred — The sacred
  5612. Sacred work
  5613. Sacred work — No distinction between secular and sacred work
  5614. Sacredness
  5615. Sacredness of intention
  5616. Sacredness of life and intention
  5617. Sacrifice
  5618. Sacrifice — For the greater good
  5619. Sacrifice — Suffering and sacrifice
  5620. Safe and affordable housing
  5621. Safe and affordable housing and access to healthcare are critical building blocks on the pathway to the middle class
  5622. Safe, clean, and healthy communities
  5623. Safeguard vulnerable minorities, including LGBT people and people with disabilities
  5624. Safety
  5625. Safety and happiness
  5626. Safety and happiness — Government must have its powers organized on a foundation based on principles that the people can sense will most likely result in their Safety and Happiness
  5627. Safety net
  5628. Safety net — Insurance
  5629. Safety net — Social safety net
  5630. Safety, security, and peace
  5631. Samadhi — Concentration, meditation — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path
  5632. Samadhi — Concentration, meditation, mental development — Buddhist practices
  5633. Samadhi — Samma vayama: Right Effort — Promote good thoughts; conquer evil thoughts — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 6
  5634. Samadhi — Samma sati — Right Mindfulness — Become aware of your body, mind and feelings — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 7
  5635. Samadhi — Samma samadhi — Right Concentration — Meditate to achieve a higher state of consciousness — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 8
  5636. Same rules — Everyone plays by the same rules
  5637. Same-sex marriage.
  5638. Samudaya — There is a cause of suffering — Noble Truth of Buddhism
  5639. Sanctity of life
  5640. Sanity
  5641. Satire
  5642. Satire and parody
  5643. Saving for a rainy day
  5644. Savings
  5645. Schedules
  5646. Scholarship
  5647. Scholarships
  5648. School choice
  5649. School choice so parents can find good, safe schools for their children
  5650. School districts should make use of teaching talent in the business community, STEM fields, and the military, especially among returning veterans
  5651. School reform
  5652. School values — colleges and universities
  5653. Schooling — Choice-based, parent-driven accountability at every stage of schooling
  5654. Schooling — Education
  5655. Schooling — Local control of schools
  5656. Schools
  5657. Schools — Freedom from racial segregation in schools
  5658. Schools — Right to freedom from racial segregation in schools
  5659. Schools for children
  5660. Science
  5661. Science — Application of intelligence, reason, and science can improve business, society, and the human condition
  5662. Science and technology
  5663. Scientific advancement
  5664. Scientific advancement — Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits — UDHR
  5665. Scientific excellence
  5666. Scientific excellence — Innovation and scientific excellence
  5667. Scientific and social progress
  5668. Scientific progress
  5669. Search and seizure — Freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures
  5670. Search and seizure — Warrant required for search and seizure
  5671. Search diligently to determine the most prudent policies and courses of action
  5672. Search for meaning
  5673. Second chances
  5674. Secret voting — The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures — UDHR
  5675. Secular work — No distinction between secular and sacred work
  5676. Secure — A secure retirement
  5677. Secure — Physically, economically, politically, and socially
  5678. Secure borders
  5679. Securing basic human rights
  5680. Securities
  5681. Securities regulation
  5682. Security
  5683. Security — Economic security
  5684. Security — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  5685. Security — Safety, security, and peace
  5686. Secure national borders
  5687. Secure national borders are an integral part of a strong national defense
  5688. Secure the rights of the people
  5689. Secure the rights of the people — Governments are instituted by the people to secure the rights of the people
  5690. Seeing and listening
  5691. Seek to be the best
  5692. Seek diverse perspectives
  5693. Seek diverse perspectives — Leaders seek diverse perspectives and work to disconfirm their beliefs
  5694. Seek God’s righteousness
  5695. Seek nonviolent, sustainable ways of addressing challenges, whether at a personal, communal, national or international level
  5696. Seek to tackle problems creatively
  5697. Seeking the inner light in each person
  5698. Segregation — Freedom from racial segregation in employment
  5699. Segregation — Freedom from racial segregation in public accommodations
  5700. Segregation — Right to freedom from racial segregation in employment
  5701. Segregation — Right to freedom from racial segregation in public accommodations
  5702. Seize — and hold — the initiative
  5703. Self-abasement is forbidden
  5704. Self-awareness
  5705. Self-control
  5706. Self-control and moderation
  5707. Self-control as opposed to a self-indulgent search for instant gratification of desires
  5708. Self-critical
  5709. Self-critical — Leaders are vocally self-critical, even when doing so is awkward or embarrassing
  5710. Self-critical — Leaders do not believe their or their team’s body odor smells of perfume
  5711. Self-criticism
  5712. Self-defense — Owning a gun for self-defense
  5713. Self-determination
  5714. Self-esteem
  5715. Self-expression
  5716. Self-government — No king or cardinals
  5717. Self-help
  5718. Self-help rather than dependence on government and others
  5719. Self-improvement
  5720. Self-improvement — Leaders are never done learning and always seek to improve themselves
  5721. Self-incrimination — Protection against self-incrimination — Fifth Amendment
  5722. Self-interest — Enlightened self-interest
  5723. Self-mastery
  5724. Self-protection — Owning a gun for self-defense / self-protection
  5725. Self-reliance
  5726. Self-reliance — Emphasizing self-reliance and being able to keep the fruits of one’s labor
  5727. Self-respect
  5728. Self-restraint
  5729. Self-sacrifice
  5730. Self-secure
  5731. Self-sufficiency
  5732. Self-sufficiency — Constraints breed resourcefulness, self-sufficiency, and invention
  5733. Self-worth
  5734. Selfless
  5735. Selfless service
  5736. Selfless service of the country
  5737. Selflessness
  5738. Senate — Every state has equal vote (“suffrage”) in the U.S. Senate
  5739. Sense of community
  5740. Sense of duty
  5741. Sense of duty — Acute sense of duty
  5742. Sense of fairness
  5743. Sensibility
  5744. Sentiment
  5745. Sentimental
  5746. Separation of church and state — the Establishment Clause
  5747. Separation of powers
  5748. Sermons
  5749. Servant — No man is by nature simply the servant of the state or of another man
  5750. Servant leadership, servant leader
  5751. Servant of the public good
  5752. Serve community
  5753. Serve country
  5754. Serve nation
  5755. Serve the needs of society
  5756. Serve the needs of society — It takes every single one of us to serve the needs of society
  5757. Serve others
  5758. Serve others — Cultivate spiritual gifts to serve others
  5759. Serve people
  5760. Service
  5761. Service before self
  5762. Serving
  5763. Serving customers
  5764. Serving customers — Leaders think differently and look around corners for ways to serve customers
  5765. Serving the community
  5766. Serving God
  5767. Serving God — Working in one’s calling or vocation is a means of serving God and men
  5768. Serving others
  5769. Serving your country
  5770. Servitude — Ban of slavery and involuntary servitude, with the exception of punishment for a crime
  5771. Servitude — No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms — UDHR
  5772. Set differences aside to pursue common interests — Willing to set differences aside to pursue common interests
  5773. Settlement of refugees
  5774. Settling differences
  5775. Sex
  5776. Sexual conquest
  5777. Sexual differences
  5778. Sexual identity
  5779. Sexual identity — Respect for sexual identity
  5780. Sex is not considered acceptable outside marriage, but it is an important part of the love and care shown between partners
  5781. Sexual orientation
  5782. Sexual orientation — Respect for sexual orientation
  5783. Sexual relations are forbidden during the time of the woman’s period
  5784. Sexual risk avoidance
  5785. Sexual risk avoidance education
  5786. Sexual risk avoidance education that sets abstinence until marriage as the responsible and respected standard of behavior
  5787. Sexuality and moral instruction
  5788. Shabbat
  5789. Shabbat is a festive day when Jews exercise their freedom from the regular labors of everyday life and have an opportunity to contemplate the spiritual aspects of life and to spend time with family
  5790. Shake off diseases
  5791. Shame — Do not shame your fellow man
  5792. Share in all the benevolent work of a township which appeals to human sympathy and on which the maintenance of peace among men depends, such as supporting the poor, burying the dead, comforting the mourners, and visiting the sick
  5793. Shared economic value
  5794. Share equitably
  5795. Share equitably — All individuals, communities, and peoples share equitably in the knowledge, wealth, and resources of society
  5796. Share equitably in the knowledge of society
  5797. Share equitably in the knowledge, wealth, and resources of society
  5798. Share equitably in the resources of society
  5799. Share equitably in the wealth of society
  5800. Shared humanity
  5801. Shared interest
  5802. Shared interest — Doing what is right for the organization with integrity will lead to mutual success for both the organization and the individual
  5803. Shared interest — Encourage ownership behavior
  5804. Shared interest — Encourage stock ownership
  5805. Shared interest — Encourage stock ownership and ownership behavior
  5806. Shared interest — Interests of the organization and the individual are inseparable
  5807. Shared interest — Quest for mutual success ties us together
  5808. Shared responsibility
  5809. Shared responsibility — Education is the shared responsibility of the student, home, family, school and the entire community
  5810. Shared sovereignty between the national and state governments
  5811. Shared success
  5812. Shared success — Doing what is right for the organization with integrity will lead to mutual success for both the organization and the individual
  5813. Shared success — Encourage ownership behavior
  5814. Shared success — Encourage stock ownership
  5815. Shared success — Encourage stock ownership and ownership behavior
  5816. Shared success — Interests of the organization and the individual are inseparable
  5817. Shared success — Quest for mutual success ties us together
  5818. Shared values
  5819. Sharing
  5820. Sheroes
  5821. Short-term results
  5822. Short-term results — Leaders think long term and don’t sacrifice long-term value for short-term results
  5823. Show hospitality
  5824. Show hospitality to all
  5825. Show respect
  5826. Show respect for all individuals
  5827. Showing loving-kindness
  5828. Shows
  5829. Sick leave
  5830. Sick leave — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  5831. Sick leave — Paid sick leave
  5832. Sila — Samma vaca — Right speech — No lying, criticism, condemning, gossip, harsh language — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 3
  5833. Sila — Samma kammanta — Right conduct or Right Action involves abstaining from hurtful behaviors, such as killing, stealing, and careless sex — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 4
  5834. Sila — Samma ajiva — Right livelihood — Support yourself without harming others — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 5
  5835. Sila — Virtue, good conduct, morality — Buddhist practices
  5836. Sila — Virtue, morality — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path
  5837. Silence
  5838. Silent worship — Unprogrammed worship
  5839. Similarities
  5840. Simple — Living simply
  5841. Simplicity
  5842. Simplified
  5843. Simplified — Make organizations cleaner, simplified, and streamlined
  5844. Simplify — Invent and Simplify
  5845. Simplify — Leaders always find ways to simplify
  5846. Simplify, standardize, and streamline work whenever possible
  5847. Simplify work whenever possible
  5848. Sincerity
  5849. Sisterhood
  5850. Sisterhood — All-inclusive spirit of sisterhood and brotherhood
  5851. Skeptical — Cautious and dubious
  5852. Skeptical when metrics and anecdotal evidence differ
  5853. Skeptical when metrics and anecdotal evidence differ — Leaders operate at all levels, stay connected to the details, audit frequently, and are skeptical when metrics and anecdote differ
  5854. Skill, skills, skilled
  5855. Skilled workforce
  5856. Slander — Spreading of evil reports is forbidden, even when true
  5857. Slaughtering sacred cows
  5858. Slavery — Ban of slavery and involuntary servitude, with the exception of punishment for a crime
  5859. Slavery — No chattel slavery — person as property recognized by law
  5860. Slavery — No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms — UDHR
  5861. Slavery is morally wrong
  5862. Sleep
  5863. Sleep — Catch some Z’s
  5864. Sleep — Zzz
  5865. Small — Thinking small is a self-fulfilling prophecy
  5866. Small business
  5867. Small cities
  5868. Small towns
  5869. Small donor contributions
  5870. Smaller bets in areas that might seem very speculative or even strange when compared to their current businesses
  5871. Smaller donations
  5872. Smaller government
  5873. Smart
  5874. Smart, efficient and effective government
  5875. Smart use of energy
  5876. Smith — Adam Smith’s invisible hand
  5877. Soaring idealism
  5878. Sober, sobriety
  5879. Social advancement
  5880. Social advancement of all peoples
  5881. Social assistance
  5882. Social assistance — Welfare
  5883. Social change
  5884. Social cohesion
  5885. Social cohesion — Leaders do not compromise for the sake of social cohesion
  5886. Social courage
  5887. Social engagement
  5888. Social equity
  5889. Social good
  5890. Social good — Investing in novel ideas for social good
  5891. Social good — Novel ideas for social good
  5892. Social isolation — Use of journalism to overcome social isolation for women
  5893. Social justice
  5894. Social justice — Vision of social justice
  5895. Social justice and equal opportunity
  5896. Social mobility
  5897. Social movements built upon individual leadership
  5898. Social movements built upon innovative, often high-risk ideas
  5899. Social movements built upon strong institutions
  5900. Social movements built upon individual leadership, strong institutions, and innovative, often high-risk ideas
  5901. Social movements dedicated to ending any and all forms of non-economic domination
  5902. Social need as the measure of success for our economic life
  5903. Social need outranks narrow profitability as the measure of success for our economic life
  5904. Social objectives
  5905. Social objectives and strategies
  5906. Social objectives and strategies — Focusing resources to achieve social objectives and strategies
  5907. Social ownership characteristic of a socialist society will greatly limit inequality
  5908. Social protections
  5909. Social protections — Social and economic protections
  5910. Social programs to remedy numbing poverty through progressive tax measures
  5911. Social programs should help lift people out of poverty
  5912. Social progress
  5913. Social progress — Promote social progress and better standards of life — UDHR
  5914. Social protection of mothers and children
  5915. Social protection of mothers and children — Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection — UDHR
  5916. Social redistribution
  5917. Social reform
  5918. Social responsibility
  5919. Social responsibility — Corporate social responsibility
  5920. Social responsibility — Society benefits when individual rights are balanced with social responsibility
  5921. Social rights
  5922. Social role of the family
  5923. Social science
  5924. Social security
  5925. Social security — Everyone, as a member of society, has the right to social security and is entitled to realization, through national effort and international co-operation and in accordance with the organization and resources of each State, of the economic, social and cultural rights indispensable for his dignity and the free development of his personality — UDHR
  5926. Social security — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  5927. Social services
  5928. Social services — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  5929. Social strategies
  5930. Social sustainability
  5931. Social sustainability — Ecological and social sustainability
  5932. Social understanding
  5933. Social understanding — An interchange of views and a comprehension of interests
  5934. Social value
  5935. Social value — Build social value
  5936. Social welfare programs
  5937. Social welfare programs for children
  5938. Social welfare programs for women
  5939. Social welfare programs for women and children
  5940. Social and interpersonal change
  5941. Social uplift
  5942. Socialism
  5943. Socialist society will greatly limit inequality
  5944. Socializing — Drinking, dining, partying, meetings, associations
  5945. Socially-responsible behavior
  5946. Society
  5947. Society — Democratic society
  5948. Society — Each person bears responsibility for the well-being of society and the quality of the environment
  5949. Society — Expanding participation in society
  5950. Society based on the common good and individualism
  5951. Society benefits when individual rights are balanced with social responsibility
  5952. Society’s moral yearnings
  5953. Soft power
  5954. Solidarity
  5955. Solidarity with all the peoples of the Western Hemisphere
  5956. Solving hard problems
  5957. Some supernatural force largely directs the affairs of men
  5958. Sons
  5959. Sons and daughters
  5960. Sons and daughters — Mother entitled to honor and respect at the hands of sons and daughters
  5961. Sophistication of political advice
  5962. Soul force
  5963. Sound judgment
  5964. Sound judgment — Ordinary people can indeed make sound judgments on major political issues
  5965. Source of knowledge is experience — Only source of knowledge is experience
  5966. Source of knowledge is experience — Knowledge comes from experience
  5967. Source of knowledge is experience — Knowledge comes only from experience
  5968. Sovereignty of each generation — Every generation must be as free to act for itself; no generation can be bound by those before it; and none can bind those after
  5969. Sovereignty of the individual
  5970. Sovereignty of nations
  5971. Sovereignty of the states
  5972. Space exploration
  5973. Space travel
  5974. Speak
  5975. Speak — Right to speak
  5976. Speak at public meetings
  5977. Speak candidly
  5978. Speak candidly — Leaders speak candidly
  5979. Speak up, don’t be afraid to speak up
  5980. Speaking to society’s moral yearnings
  5981. Speaking your mind
  5982. Special deals
  5983. Special deals — Sweet deals
  5984. Special relationship between the US and Israel
  5985. Specials
  5986. Specialists
  5987. Specialization
  5988. Specifications — Details, parameters, dimensions, requirements
  5989. Spectacular performance
  5990. Spectacular victories in war
  5991. Speculation
  5992. Speculation — Anticipating future gain
  5993. Speculation — Gain obtained by betting or gambling or by raising the price of breadstuffs through speculation is theft
  5994. Speculation — Predicting the future or the unknown present or past
  5995. Speech
  5996. Speech — Free speech
  5997. Speed
  5998. Speed — Move fast
  5999. Speed matters
  6000. Speed matters in business
  6001. Speedy and public trial
  6002. Speedy trial — Right to a fair and speedy trial
  6003. Spellbinding speaker
  6004. Spend time with family
  6005. Spirits — Respect and acknowledgement of the spirits and the elders
  6006. Spread of commerce
  6007. Spread of commerce and enlightenment
  6008. Spread of enlightenment
  6009. Spirit
  6010. Spirit — Truly humble and contrite spirit
  6011. Spirit of brotherhood
  6012. Spirit of brotherhood — All human beings are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood — UDHR
  6013. Spirit of the law
  6014. Spirit of the law — Letter and spirit of the law
  6015. Spirit of the law — Operate within the letter and spirit of the law
  6016. Spirited debate
  6017. Spiritual
  6018. Spiritual concerns
  6019. Spiritual concerns are central
  6020. Spiritual gifts
  6021. Spiritual gifts — Cultivate spiritual gifts to serve others
  6022. Spiritual experience
  6023. Spiritual experience is central
  6024. Spiritual insights
  6025. Spiritual insights — Live spiritual insights out for ourselves
  6026. Spiritual role of women
  6027. Spiritualism
  6028. Spiritualism and detachment
  6029. Spirituality
  6030. Spirituality and detachment
  6031. Spiritually-led actions
  6032. Spontaneity
  6033. Spontaneous order
  6034. Spontaneous order — Voluntary and spontaneous order of a free society
  6035. Spontaneous order of a free society
  6036. Spontaneous order of a market society
  6037. Sports
  6038. Sportsmanship, good sportsmanship
  6039. Spouses
  6040. Spouses — Mother and father as equal in all things
  6041. Spreading of evil reports is forbidden, even when true
  6042. Spring break
  6043. Stability
  6044. Stable source of funding for federal government
  6045. Stand by your principles, stand by your guns, and victory, complete and permanent, is sure at the last — Abraham Lincoln
  6046. Stand for — What we stand for
  6047. Stand on your own two feet
  6048. Stand up for the marginalized
  6049. Standard of behavior
  6050. Standard of behavior — Respected standard of behavior
  6051. Standard of living
  6052. Standard of living — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  6053. Standard of living — Good standard of living
  6054. Standard of living — Improving standard of living
  6055. Standard of living — Promote social progress and better standards of life — UDHR
  6056. Standard of living — Steadily improving standard of living
  6057. Standard of living adequate for the health and wellbeing of themselves and of their family, including food, clothing, housing, education, and medical care and necessary social services
  6058. Standardize work whenever possible
  6059. Standards
  6060. Standards — Insist on the highest standards
  6061. Standards — International standards
  6062. Standards — Leaders have relentlessly high standards
  6063. Standards of human decency
  6064. Stars
  6065. Start over, fresh start — Bankruptcy, do your time, pay your debt to society
  6066. Starting new things
  6067. Startups
  6068. State of consciousness
  6069. State of consciousness — Higher state of consciousness — Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path — Step 8 — Samadhi — Samma samadhi — Right Concentration — Meditate to achieve a higher state of consciousness
  6070. States
  6071. States are sovereign
  6072. States are united
  6073. States’ rights
  6074. Statesmanship
  6075. Statesmen should carefully study issues and situations, make judicious decisions, and work to convince their constituents of the merit of their positions
  6076. Statues
  6077. Status
  6078. Status — Hierarchy, rank, and status
  6079. Status quo — As long as acceptable, economically and socially valuable, effective, and not causing harm
  6080. Status quo — Healthy dissatisfaction with the status quo
  6081. Stay connected to details
  6082. Stay connected to details — Leaders operate at all levels, stay connected to the details, audit frequently, and are skeptical when metrics and anecdote differ
  6083. Steadily improving life chances
  6084. Steadily improving living standards
  6085. Steadily improving living standards and life chances for everyone
  6086. Steady
  6087. Steady purpose
  6088. Steadfast
  6089. Stealing and oppression are forbidden
  6090. Stewardship
  6091. Stewardship of our land, water, air, wildlife and natural resources
  6092. Stewardship of the Earth
  6093. Stock dividends
  6094. Stock market
  6095. Stock ownership
  6096. Stock ownership — Encourage stock ownership
  6097. Stock ownership — Encourage stock ownership and ownership behavior
  6098. Stocks
  6099. Stocks — Securities
  6100. Stocks and bonds
  6101. Stoic, stoicism
  6102. Stoic — Blending Stoic and Christian traditions
  6103. Stoic — Roman Stoic
  6104. Stories
  6105. Storytelling
  6106. Straightforward
  6107. Straightforward — Honest and straightforward with others
  6108. Strangers
  6109. Strangers — Treat strangers as respectfully as friends
  6110. Strangers — Widows, orphans, and strangers should be protected
  6111. Strategic importance
  6112. Strategic importance — Strive to be the best in all areas of strategic importance to the organization
  6113. Strategic objectives
  6114. Strategically focused
  6115. Strategically focused — Only ask for work that adds value to the organization
  6116. Strategically focused — Operating against clearly articulated and aligned objectives and strategies
  6117. Strategically focused — Simplify, standardize, and streamline work whenever possible
  6118. Strategically focused — Work that adds value to the organization
  6119. Strategically focused in our work
  6120. Strategies
  6121. Strategies — Capability to deliver strategies
  6122. Strategy
  6123. Streamline work whenever possible
  6124. Streamlined
  6125. Streamlined — Make organizations cleaner, simplified, and streamlined
  6126. Strength
  6127. Strengthening democratic values
  6128. Stretch boundaries
  6129. Stretch boundaries — Continuously stretch boundaries
  6130. Strict constructionism — Limited government powers, refrain from encroaching on sovereignty of the states
  6131. Strict interpretation of the Constitution
  6132. Strikes
  6133. Strikes — Right to organize labor, engage in collective bargaining, and participate in strikes
  6134. Strive to be the best, striving to be the best
  6135. Strive to be the best in all areas of strategic importance to the organization
  6136. Strive to be better
  6137. Strive to do more
  6138. Striving to be first
  6139. Striving to be first — In technology, business, and responsible policy
  6140. Striving to be first in business
  6141. Striving to be first in responsible policy
  6142. Striving to be first in technology
  6143. Strong army
  6144. Strong assessments to serve as a tool so teachers can tailor teaching to meet student needs
  6145. Strong business judgment
  6146. Strong business judgment — Leaders have strong business judgment and good instincts
  6147. Strong business judgment and good instincts
  6148. Strong central government
  6149. Strong communities
  6150. Strong customer relationships
  6151. Strong customer relationships — Build strong customer relationships
  6152. Strong defense
  6153. Strong domestic money
  6154. Strong economy
  6155. Strong executive
  6156. Strong families
  6157. Strong families and communities are the foundation of a good society
  6158. Strong families, depending upon God and one another, advance the cause of liberty by lessening the need for government in their daily lives
  6159. Strong family values
  6160. Strong financial system
  6161. Strong leadership
  6162. Strong middle class
  6163. Strong military
  6164. Strong national defense
  6165. Strong national defense is necessary to preserve freedom and opportunity in America
  6166. Strong national government
  6167. Strong protections for workers
  6168. Strong performers
  6169. Strong performers — Recognize strong performers
  6170. Strong state governments
  6171. Strong thumb — Strong thumb of government alongside the nimble fingers of the market
  6172. Strong and vibrant economy
  6173. Stronger presidency at the expense of Congress
  6174. Structure
  6175. Student performance
  6176. Student performance — Administrators need flexibility to hold accountable all those responsible for student performance
  6177. Students
  6178. Studying of the Bible
  6179. Studying of the Bible — Reading and studying of the Bible
  6180. Style
  6181. Style, tone, and mood
  6182. Subjective truth
  6183. Submission
  6184. Subordinate yourself to the greater good
  6185. Substance
  6186. Substantial
  6187. Subtlety
  6188. Success
  6189. Success — Character is much more important to success than policies
  6190. Success — Create positive, lasting relationships
  6191. Success — Create positive, lasting relationships with customers
  6192. Success — Create positive, lasting relationships with customers, dealers, communities, union partners, and suppliers to drive operating success
  6193. Success — Demonstrating personal dedication to the success of every customer, from the largest corporation and government agency to the smallest organization
  6194. Success — Helping customers succeed, however they measure success
  6195. Success — Innovation is the cornerstone of our success
  6196. Success — Learn from both our successes and our failures
  6197. Success — Mutual success
  6198. Success — Pathways to youth success
  6199. Success — Personal commitment to customers is vital to success of the organization
  6200. Success — Quest for mutual success ties us together
  6201. Success — Youth success
  6202. Success of every customer
  6203. Success of every customer — Demonstrating personal dedication to the success of every customer, from the largest corporation and government agency to the smallest organization
  6204. Success for our economic life
  6205. Success for our economic life — Social need outranks narrow profitability as the measure of success for our economic life
  6206. Success through personal effort
  6207. Suffering — Compassion for the suffering
  6208. Suffering — Dukkha — Suffering exists — Noble Truth of Buddhism
  6209. Suffering — Samudaya — There is a cause of suffering — Noble Truth of Buddhism
  6210. Suffering — Magga — In order to end suffering, you must follow the Eightfold Path — Noble Truth of Buddhism
  6211. Suffering — Nirodha — There is an end to suffering — Noble Truth of Buddhism
  6212. Suffering — Unearned suffering is redemptive
  6213. Suffering and sacrifice
  6214. Suffering and sacrifice
  6215. Suits
  6216. Suits — Fashion
  6217. Suits — Power
  6218. Suits — Status
  6219. Summaries — Books, articles, movies, plays, trips, locations, sites, products
  6220. Summer
  6221. Summer vacation
  6222. Sunday — Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy — Ten Commandments — #4
  6223. Sunday as a day of worship
  6224. Superior relationships — Building superior relationships with all the parties who contribute to fulfilling the purpose of the organization, including customers, suppliers, universities, and governments
  6225. Superiority
  6226. Supernatural force largely directs the affairs of men
  6227. Superstars
  6228. Supplier responsibility
  6229. Suppliers — Close, mutually productive relationships with customers and suppliers
  6230. Suppliers — Development of close, mutually productive relationships with customers and suppliers
  6231. Support
  6232. Support for a broad range of education choices for parents and children at the state and local level
  6233. Support farmers
  6234. Support the unemployed
  6235. Support the unemployed and farmers
  6236. Supporting democracy around the world
  6237. Supporting new ideas
  6238. Supportive
  6239. Supremacy of human rights everywhere
  6240. Surprises
  6241. Survival
  6242. Survive in a hostile world
  6243. Survival skills
  6244. Survival skills — Parents must teach their children a trade and survival skills
  6245. Suspicion — Causing suspicion is forbidden
  6246. Sustainability
  6247. Sustainability — Incorporate sustainability into products, packaging, and operations
  6248. Sustainable economic growth
  6249. Sustainable energy
  6250. Sustained effort
  6251. Sweeping rhetoric
  6252. Sweepstakes
  6253. Sweet deals
  6254. Sweet deals — Special deals
  6255. Sympathy
  6256. Tackle problems creatively
  6257. Tackle problems creatively — Seek to tackle problems creatively
  6258. Tailor teaching to meet student needs
  6259. Take only what one needs
  6260. Taking — Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property — UDHR
  6261. Taking action
  6262. Taking advantage of a man’s ignorance is forbidden
  6263. Taking informed risks and championing new and sometimes unpopular ideas
  6264. Taking the long view
  6265. Taking the long-term view
  6266. Taking pride in results
  6267. Taking pride in results from reapplying others’ ideas
  6268. Taking of property by the government — Right to fair compensation for taking of property by the government
  6269. Taking reasonable actions to maintain discipline and order in the classroom
  6270. Tale-bearing and unkind insinuations are forbidden
  6271. Talent
  6272. Talent — Ceaselessly search for new talent
  6273. Talent — Hire people more talented than yourself
  6274. Talent — Ruthlessly replace individuals who do not meet the standards of the enterprise
  6275. Talents
  6276. Talents — All people have the chance to turn their talents and ambitions into a meaningful life, not just the rich and powerful or dominant racial and ethnic groups
  6277. Talents — Every Christian should act as a careful steward of the talents and gifts God has given him
  6278. Talks
  6279. Tall tales
  6280. Tariffs on imports
  6281. Task of government — It is the task of government “to make those adjustments of life which will put every man in a position to claim his normal rights as a living, human being” — Woodrow Wilson
  6282. Tax — Voting cannot require payment of a tax
  6283. Tax fairness
  6284. Tax reform
  6285. Taxation — Moderate to minimal taxation
  6286. Taxation — No taxation without representation
  6287. Taxation — Uniformity of taxation
  6288. Taxation requires consent
  6289. Taxation of transnational corporations
  6290. Taxation of transnational corporations that can now escape national taxes
  6291. Taxes — As long as they are fair and reasonable, or you are a liberal and you’re talking about taxing the rich
  6292. Teach — Everything and everyone has something to teach
  6293. Teachable moments
  6294. Teachers
  6295. Teachers should be protected against frivolous lawsuits and should be able to take reasonable actions to maintain discipline and order in the classroom
  6296. Teaching
  6297. Teaching — Professors
  6298. Teaching self-help rather than dependence on government and others
  6299. Teaching talent
  6300. Teaching talent — School districts should make use of teaching talent in the business community, STEM fields, and the military, especially among returning veterans
  6301. Teachings of Buddha
  6302. Team
  6303. Team — Back up your team
  6304. Team — Demonstrate faith in your team by delegation of authority
  6305. Team — Make the welfare of your team your foremost responsibility
  6306. Team members — Entrust team members with responsibility and accountability
  6307. Team spirit
  6308. Teamwork
  6309. Teamwork — Got your back
  6310. Tech savvy
  6311. Technical education
  6312. Technical expertise
  6313. Technical mastery — Encourage and expect outstanding technical mastery
  6314. Technical mastery — Encourage and expect outstanding technical mastery and executional excellence
  6315. Technical mastery — Outstanding technical mastery
  6316. Technical skills
  6317. Technology
  6318. Technology — Lead in advanced technologies
  6319. Technology — Lead in advanced technologies and quality
  6320. Technology — Lead in advanced technologies and quality in creating the world’s best products
  6321. Technology — Promotion of new technology
  6322. Technology — Striving to be first in technology
  6323. Technology for the public interest
  6324. Teetotalism
  6325. Television
  6326. Television as a communication medium
  6327. Television shows
  6328. Telling the truth
  6329. Telling the truth — Honesty
  6330. Telling the whole truth
  6331. Telling the whole truth — Honesty
  6332. Temperance
  6333. Temptation — Refusal to yield to temptation
  6334. Ten Commandments
  6335. Tenacious
  6336. Tenacious — Conviction and tenacious
  6337. Tenacious — Leaders have conviction and are tenacious
  6338. Tender
  6339. Tenderness
  6340. Term limit for President
  6341. Term limits
  6342. Territorial integrity
  6343. Testimonies
  6344. Testimonies — United by spiritual insights
  6345. Thankfulness
  6346. The aftermath of nonviolence is the creation of the Beloved Community
  6347. The aftermath of nonviolence is reconciliation
  6348. The aftermath of nonviolence is redemption
  6349. The arc of history is long, but it bends toward justice
  6350. The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice
  6351. The Beloved Community — MLK
  6352. The common good
  6353. The Four Noble Truths — Buddha
  6354. The here and now
  6355. The high promise of our heritage
  6356. The Law of Cause and Effect — Universal Truth of Buddha
  6357. The liberty of the people must be protected above the power of the government
  6358. The more perfect civilisation is, the less need it has for government, because the more it regulates its own affairs and governs itself
  6359. The Noble Eightfold Path — Buddha
  6360. The nonviolent resister has deep faith that justice will eventually win
  6361. The only religion that has not been invented, and that has in it every evidence of divine originality, is pure and simple Deism
  6362. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself
  6363. The people’s retained rights
  6364. The people’s will should prevail
  6365. The purpose of nonviolence is the creation of the Beloved Community
  6366. The Three Universal Truths — Buddha
  6367. The true rule, in determining to embrace or reject any thing is not whether it has any evil in it, but whether it has more of evil than of good. There are few things wholly evil or wholly good. Almost every thing…is an inseparable compound of the two, so that our best judgment of the preponderance between them is continually demanded — Abraham Lincoln
  6368. The union strictly as the cooperative aggregation of the individual states, rather than the entire nation as a distinct entity
  6369. The way of nonviolence leads to redemption and the creation of the beloved community
  6370. The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures — UDHR
  6371. The world rests on three things: justice, truth, and peace
  6372. Theater
  6373. There are no accidents — every event has its cause
  6374. These rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations — UDHR
  6375. Thick skin
  6376. Think big
  6377. Think differently — Leaders think differently and look around corners for ways to serve customers
  6378. Think for yourself
  6379. Think for yourself — Right and responsibility of ordinary people to think for themselves and to reach their own judgment on matters
  6380. Think globally, act locally
  6381. Thinking
  6382. Thinking — Deep analysis and deep thought
  6383. Thinking — Deep thought
  6384. Thinking small is a self-fulfilling prophecy
  6385. Thinking strategically
  6386. Thorough preparation
  6387. Thoroughness
  6388. Those means which will give the greatest good to the greatest number
  6389. Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, will make violent revolution inevitable — JFK
  6390. Thou shalt have no other gods before me — Ten Commandments — #1
  6391. Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself
  6392. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour — Ten Commandments — #9
  6393. Thou shalt not commit adultery — Ten Commandments — #7
  6394. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s house, neighbour’s wife, neighbour’s servants, animals, or anything else — Ten Commandments — #10
  6395. Thou shalt not kill — Ten Commandments — #6
  6396. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image — Ten Commandments — #2
  6397. Thou shalt not steal — Ten Commandments — #8
  6398. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain — Ten Commandments — #3
  6399. Thought
  6400. Thought — Independent thought
  6401. Thought — Reflective thinking
  6402. Thought experiments
  6403. Thoughtfulness
  6404. Three I’s — Ideas — Supporting new ideas, insights, and research
  6405. Three I’s — Institutions — Building institutions and networks
  6406. Three I’s — Individuals, institutions, and ideas
  6407. Three I’s — Individuals — Investing in individuals and leadership
  6408. Three kinds of love: eros (romantic), philia (friends), and agape (goodwill for all)
  6409. Thrifty
  6410. Tidiness
  6411. Tidiness — Neatness
  6412. Time
  6413. Time — Respect for the time of others
  6414. Time and Its control
  6415. Time off from work
  6416. Time orientation
  6417. Time orientation — Things happen when they are ready to happen, flexible and unstructured attitude towards time
  6418. Timeless
  6419. Timeliness
  6420. Timely fashion — Deliver with the right quality and in a timely fashion
  6421. Timing
  6422. Tithing, tithe
  6423. Tithing of income
  6424. Tithing of income to support those in need — but neither too much nor too little
  6425. Title
  6426. Title of nobility — No title of nobility shall be granted by the United States or any state
  6427. To know God and Jesus Christ
  6428. Tobacco
  6429. Together
  6430. Together — Coming together
  6431. Together — Getting together
  6432. Together — We’re greater together than we are on our own
  6433. Tolerance
  6434. Tolerance — Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace — UDHR
  6435. Tolerance — Grace and tolerance
  6436. Tolerance — Political tolerance
  6437. Tolerance of dissent
  6438. Tolerant of other cultures
  6439. Tone
  6440. Torture — No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment — UDHR
  6441. Torture — No torture or cruel or unusual punishment
  6442. Toughness
  6443. Trade
  6444. Trade — Commerce and trade
  6445. Trade links
  6446. Trade links with Canada and Mexico
  6447. Trade unions
  6448. Trades
  6449. Trades — Building trades
  6450. Trades — Encourage women of all social backgrounds to learn trades
  6451. Trades — Parents must teach their children a trade and survival skills
  6452. Tradition
  6453. Traditional
  6454. Traditional culture
  6455. Traditional families are the foundation of strong communities
  6456. Traditional families are the foundation of strong communities, and that family life best nurtures love of country, faith in God, morality and concern for others
  6457. Traditional family
  6458. Traditional marriage
  6459. Traditional marriage is the foundation of society
  6460. Traditional values
  6461. Traditions
  6462. Traditions — Customs and traditions
  6463. Trails
  6464. Training
  6465. Tranquility
  6466. Tranquility — Domestic tranquility
  6467. Transatlantic values
  6468. Transfer of rights
  6469. Transfer of rights — Actions that involve the transfer of rights must have the protection of the state and cannot be justly abrogated
  6470. Transform the deep gloom of the old age into the exuberant gladness of the new age
  6471. Transgressions — Acts of carelessness which expose men or things to danger and damage are culpable transgressions
  6472. Transnational human rights
  6473. Transparency
  6474. Transparency — Improvement of transparency and oversight
  6475. Transparency — Of government and business
  6476. Transparency — Of intentions
  6477. Transparency — Of terms of a contract
  6478. Transparency and oversight
  6479. Transportation
  6480. Transportation — Goods and materials
  6481. Transportation — Mobility
  6482. Transportation — Roads, streets, highways, railways, air corridors, shipping lanes, bridges, tunnels, airports, and ports
  6483. Transportation — Vehicles — personal and commercial
  6484. Travel
  6485. Travel — Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country — UDHR
  6486. Treat colleagues, customers, and consumers as we want to be treated
  6487. Treat others with dignity
  6488. Treat others respectfully
  6489. Treat others respectfully — Leaders treat others respectfully
  6490. Treat strangers as respectfully as friends
  6491. Treaties
  6492. Treaties — Constitution and treaties are the law of the land
  6493. Treaties on human rights, international labor standards, women’s rights, and environmental protection
  6494. Treating the organization’s assets as our own
  6495. Trial — Right to an attorney
  6496. Trial — Right to bail that is not excessive
  6497. Trial — Right to a fair and speedy trial
  6498. Trial — Right to an impartial jury
  6499. Trial — Right to a speedy and public trial
  6500. Trial — Right to be confronted with the witnesses against you in a trial
  6501. Trial — Right to have the assistance of counsel for a trial
  6502. Trial — Right to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation for a trial
  6503. Trial — Right to subpoena witnesses in your favor for a trial
  6504. Trial — Right to be tried in the state in which the crime was committed
  6505. Trials
  6506. True grit
  6507. Truly brotherly society
  6508. Truly humble and contrite spirit
  6509. Trust
  6510. Trust — Confidence in each other’s capabilities and intentions
  6511. Trust — Confidence and trust
  6512. Trust — Earn trust
  6513. Trust — Faith and trust in markets
  6514. Trust — Faith and trust in the profit motive
  6515. Trust — Foundation of trust
  6516. Trust — Have faith and trust in God
  6517. Trust — Integrity and trust
  6518. Trust — People work best when there is a foundation of trust
  6519. Trust — Preserve trust even when formal relationships end
  6520. Trust — Respect colleagues
  6521. Trust — Respect consumers
  6522. Trust — Respect customers
  6523. Trust — Treat colleagues, customers, and consumers as we want to be treated
  6524. Trust — Working together with confidence and trust
  6525. Trust and faith in capitalism
  6526. Trust fate
  6527. Trust in business
  6528. Trust in God — Have faith and trust in God
  6529. Trust in government
  6530. Trust and personal responsibility
  6531. Trust and personal responsibility in all relationships
  6532. Trust in small business
  6533. Trustworthy, trustworthiness
  6534. Trustworthy computing
  6535. Truth
  6536. Truth — Devotion to truth and justice and freedom in every department of human life and under every temptation
  6537. Truth — Ground truth
  6538. Truth — Objective truth
  6539. Truth — Justice and truth are paramount
  6540. Truth — Personal truth
  6541. Truth — Reverence for truth
  6542. Truth — Subjective truth
  6543. Truth — The world rests on three things: justice, truth, and peace
  6544. Try — It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed
  6545. Try to do the right thing
  6546. Try to do things other people think are crazy but you are super excited about
  6547. Tuition tax credits
  6548. Turf
  6549. Tyranny — Defender against tyranny
  6550. Tyranny of the majority — Protect minorities against tyranny of the majority
  6551. U.S. Constitution
  6552. U.S. dominance
  6553. U.S. dominance — The resources needed to sustain U.S. dominance are a drain on the national economy, particularly the most neglected and underdeveloped sectors
  6554. UDHR — United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  6555. UDHR — A world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people.
  6556. UDHR — All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of this Declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination.
  6557. UDHR — All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.
  6558. UDHR — All human beings are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
  6559. UDHR — The dignity and worth of the human person.
  6560. UDHR — Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace.
  6561. UDHR — The equal rights of men and women.
  6562. UDHR — Essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law.
  6563. UDHR — Everyone, as a member of society, has the right to social security and is entitled to realization, through national effort and international co-operation and in accordance with the organization and resources of each State, of the economic, social and cultural rights indispensable for his dignity and the free development of his personality.
  6564. UDHR — Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defence.
  6565. UDHR — Everyone has duties to the community in which alone the free and full development of his personality is possible.
  6566. UDHR — Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty.
  6567. UDHR — Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him.
  6568. UDHR — Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration can be fully realized.
  6569. UDHR — Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit.
  6570. UDHR — Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law.
  6571. UDHR — Everyone has the right of equal access to public service in his country.
  6572. UDHR — Everyone has the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests.
  6573. UDHR — Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state.
  6574. UDHR — Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
  6575. UDHR — Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.
  6576. UDHR — Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.
  6577. UDHR — Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits.
  6578. UDHR — Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country.
  6579. UDHR — Everyone has the right to a nationality. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality.
  6580. UDHR — Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property.
  6581. UDHR — Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.
  6582. UDHR — Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law.
  6583. UDHR — Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay.
  6584. UDHR — Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution. This right may not be invoked in the case of prosecutions genuinely arising from non-political crimes or from acts contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.
  6585. UDHR — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control.
  6586. UDHR — Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives.
  6587. UDHR — Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment.
  6588. UDHR — Everyone who works has the right to just and favourable remuneration ensuring for himself and his family an existence worthy of human dignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by other means of social protection.
  6589. UDHR — Everyone, without any discrimination, has the right to equal pay for equal work.
  6590. UDHR — The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State.
  6591. UDHR — Fundamental human rights.
  6592. UDHR — Human rights should be protected by the rule of law.
  6593. UDHR — In the exercise of his rights and freedoms, everyone shall be subject only to such limitations as are determined by law solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights and freedoms of others and of meeting the just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society.
  6594. UDHR — Inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family.
  6595. UDHR — Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry and to found a family. They are entitled to equal rights as to marriage, during marriage and at its dissolution. Marriage shall be entered into only with the free and full consent of the intending spouses.
  6596. UDHR — Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection.
  6597. UDHR — No one may be compelled to belong to an association.
  6598. UDHR — No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms.
  6599. UDHR — No one shall be held guilty of any penal offence on account of any act or omission which did not constitute a penal offence, under national or international law, at the time when it was committed. Nor shall a heavier penalty be imposed than the one that was applicable at the time the penal offence was committed.
  6600. UDHR — No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile.
  6601. UDHR — No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.
  6602. UDHR — No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
  6603. UDHR — Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein.
  6604. UDHR — Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.
  6605. UDHR — Promote the development of friendly relations between nations.
  6606. UDHR — Promote social progress and better standards of life.
  6607. UDHR — Promotion of universal respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms.
  6608. UDHR — Right to life, liberty and security of person.
  6609. UDHR — These rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.
  6610. UDHR — The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures.
  6611. Ultimate Masters of mix and match — no insistence on purity; nobody does patchwork quilts and cobbled solutions as good, as willingly, and as enthusiastically as America
  6612. Unalienable rights — all men are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness
  6613. Unalienable rights endowed by our Creator
  6614. Unborn child has a fundamental right to life which cannot be infringed
  6615. Unborn children
  6616. Unbounded future
  6617. Unconditional love
  6618. Unclaimed dead — Respectful burial
  6619. Unequivocal support for Israel
  6620. Underdogs
  6621. Underrated
  6622. Understanding
  6623. Understanding — Compassion
  6624. Understanding — Comprehension
  6625. Understanding — Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace — UDHR
  6626. Understanding — Knowledge
  6627. Understanding — Sensitivity
  6628. Understanding of people — Understanding of principles based on understanding of people
  6629. Understand the political context in which principled actions must be taken
  6630. Understanding of principles based on understanding of people
  6631. Understanding that a rising tide lifts all boats — e.g., tax cuts benefit all
  6632. Understated elegance
  6633. Understatement
  6634. Understood — As we do new things, we accept that we may be misunderstood for long periods of time
  6635. Unearned suffering is redemptive
  6636. Unemployment — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  6637. Uniformity of taxation
  6638. Unification
  6639. Unify us — Practicing love, honor, gratitude, and respect daily will unify us with the planet, its creatures and the Great Spirit
  6640. Unimpassioned law
  6641. Union
  6642. Union — Bond of the Union
  6643. Union — Perfect union
  6644. Union — Strive for a more perfect union
  6645. Union does not exist just to make men free in America, but has an even greater mission — to make them free everywhere
  6646. Uniqueness
  6647. Unite our strength
  6648. Unite our strength to maintain international peace and security
  6649. United by spiritual insights
  6650. United by spiritual insights — Testimonies
  6651. United Nations
  6652. United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  6653. United states
  6654. United States
  6655. United States as a force for prosperity and peace
  6656. United States as a military nation
  6657. United States as a military nation — Opposition to the United States as a military nation
  6658. United States is the supreme demonstration of democracy
  6659. United States’ leadership role on the world stage
  6660. United we stand
  6661. Unity
  6662. Universal Declaration of Human Rights — United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  6663. Universal economic opportunity — a right to rise
  6664. Universal education
  6665. Universal and equal suffrage
  6666. Universal and equal suffrage — The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures — UDHR
  6667. Universal good
  6668. Universal order of things
  6669. Universal order of things, which began with God
  6670. Universal peace
  6671. Universal peace and brotherhood
  6672. Universal suffrage
  6673. Universal suffrage — Universal and equal suffrage
  6674. Universal Truth of Buddha — Everything Changes
  6675. Universal Truth of Buddha — Nothing is lost in the universe
  6676. Universal Truth of Buddha — The Law of Cause and Effect
  6677. Universalism
  6678. Universality of human rights
  6679. Universality and indivisibility of human rights
  6680. Universe is on the side of justice
  6681. Universities
  6682. University research
  6683. Unkind insinuations — Tale-bearing and unkind insinuations are forbidden
  6684. Unleash our human capabilities
  6685. Unless I can get there by fair means I shall not go — Abraham Lincoln
  6686. Unobstructed administration of justice
  6687. Unpopular ideas
  6688. Unpopular ideas — Taking informed risks and championing new and sometimes unpopular ideas
  6689. Unprogrammed worship — Waiting worship or silent worship
  6690. Unreasonable searches and seizures — Freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures
  6691. Unreasonable searches and seizures — Warrant required for search and seizure
  6692. Unshakable commitment to nonviolence
  6693. Unusual punishment — No torture or cruel or unusual punishment
  6694. Unto others — Golden rule — Do unto others as you would have them do unto you
  6695. Unwinding — Relaxation
  6696. Upbringing — Parents have a right to direct their children’s education, care, and upbringing
  6697. Uphold values and principles in every action and decision
  6698. Upwards mobility — economic, financial, career, and social status
  6699. Us — If not us, then who? If not now, then when?
  6700. U.S. leadership in the Asian Pacific
  6701. Usury — Advantages derived from loans of money or of victuals are usury
  6702. Utopian image of an egalitarian, republican society
  6703. Utopianism — Civic republicanism
  6704. Vacation
  6705. Vacation — Paid vacation
  6706. Vaccines
  6707. Vaccines — Expanding access to medicines and vaccines
  6708. Vaccines — Medicines and vaccines
  6709. Value of caregivers
  6710. Value creation
  6711. Value creation — Create value
  6712. Value of unpaid work in the home, including or especially raising children
  6713. Value system — Our value system
  6714. Values
  6715. Values — Confidence in our values
  6716. Values — Diversity of values
  6717. Values — Faith in our values
  6718. Values — Our values
  6719. Values — Pride in our values
  6720. Values — Shared values
  6721. Values — Uphold values and principles in every action and decision
  6722. Values of people you don’t agree with
  6723. Values and principles
  6724. Values and principles — Uphold values and principles in every action and decision
  6725. Values-based
  6726. Values-based foreign policy
  6727. Variety
  6728. Veterans
  6729. Veterans should have the best care and opportunities in the world
  6730. Vibrant
  6731. Vibrant economy
  6732. Vibrant economy — Strong and vibrant economy
  6733. Vibrant pluralist life
  6734. Vibrant pluralist life — Commitment to a vibrant pluralist life
  6735. Victories in war
  6736. Victory
  6737. Video games
  6738. View — Taking the long view
  6739. View — Taking the long-term view
  6740. Views
  6741. Views — Alternative perspectives
  6742. Views — Alternative views
  6743. Views — Panoramic views
  6744. Vigorous debate
  6745. Violation of rights — Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law — UDHR
  6746. Violence — Renunciation of violence
  6747. Virtue
  6748. Virtue — Happiness and virtue are inseparable
  6749. Virtue — Insistence on virtue
  6750. Virtue — Living a life that upholds the virtues preached by Jesus
  6751. Virtue — Sila — Virtue, good conduct, morality — Buddhism
  6752. Virtues
  6753. Vision
  6754. Vision — Continually communicate your vision
  6755. Vision — Optimistic vision
  6756. Vision of America in the world — Hope combined with a strategy of peace is the greatest source of American power and global security
  6757. Vision of social justice
  6758. Vision of where we are going
  6759. Vision of where we are going — Direction
  6760. Visionary
  6761. Visionary internationalism
  6762. Vision Quest
  6763. Visually striking
  6764. Vital information
  6765. Vital information from all sides of an argument or issue
  6766. Vitality
  6767. Vocal support of the civil rights movement
  6768. Vocally self-critical
  6769. Vocally self-critical — Leaders are vocally self-critical, even when doing so is awkward or embarrassing
  6770. Vocation
  6771. Vocation — God calls each person to a particular vocation or occupation
  6772. Vocation — Working in one’s calling or vocation is a means of serving God and men
  6773. Voice — Give voice to the marginalized
  6774. Voice to the marginalized
  6775. Voice to the marginalized — Give voice to those too marginalized to speak for themselves
  6776. Voluntary
  6777. Voluntary and spontaneous order of a free society
  6778. Volunteering, volunteerism, volunteers, volunteer organizations
  6779. Vote
  6780. Vote — Electoral college for election of President and Vice President
  6781. Vote — Every state has equal vote (“suffrage”) in the U.S. Senate
  6782. Vote — Giving women the right to vote
  6783. Vote — Popular vote for Congress — House of Representatives and Senate
  6784. Vote — Regular, Free, and Fair Elections
  6785. Vote — Right to vote
  6786. Vote — Right to vote regardless of race, color, or prior slavery or servitude status
  6787. Vote — Right of women to vote
  6788. Voter registration — Freedom from unequal application of voter registration requirements
  6789. Voter registration — Right to freedom from unequal application of voter registration requirements
  6790. Voting
  6791. Voting — Freedom from language minority discrimination in voting.
  6792. Voting — Freedom from racial discrimination in voting
  6793. Voting — Freedom from “test or device” requirements to vote or cast a ballot, such as literacy tests, educational or knowledge requirements, proof of good moral character, and requirements that a person be vouched for when voting
  6794. Voting — Freedom from unequal application of voter registration requirements
  6795. Voting — Right to freedom from language minority discrimination in voting
  6796. Voting — Right to freedom from racial discrimination in voting
  6797. Voting — Right to freedom from “test or device” requirements to vote or cast a ballot, such as literacy tests, educational or knowledge requirements, proof of good moral character, and requirements that a person be vouched for when voting
  6798. Voting — Right to freedom from unequal application of voter registration requirements
  6799. Voting cannot require payment of a tax
  6800. Voting reforms
  6801. Voting Rights Act
  6802. Vouchers
  6803. Vulnerable minorities
  6804. Vulnerable minorities — Safeguard vulnerable minorities, including LGBT people and people with disabilities
  6805. Wages
  6806. Wages — Fair wages
  6807. Wages — Help working women receive better wages
  6808. Waiting worship — Unprogrammed worship
  6809. Want to contribute
  6810. Want to contribute — All individuals can and want to contribute to their fullest potential
  6811. Walking
  6812. Wall of separation between church and state
  6813. War — Congress is responsible for declaring war, not the executive branch
  6814. War — Intention to do everything possible to keep the United States out of war
  6815. War against poverty
  6816. Warrant required for search and seizure
  6817. George Washington — Founding father
  6818. Wasting or destroying anything on earth is wrong
  6819. Watch your back (or six)
  6820. Water quality
  6821. We all act like owners
  6822. We all inhabit this small planet, we all breathe the same air, we all cherish our children’s future, and we are all mortal — JFK
  6823. We are all leaders in our area of expertise
  6824. We are all leaders in our area of responsibility
  6825. We are all leaders in our area of responsibility and expertise
  6826. We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children — 14 words — White supremacist slogan
  6827. We the people are strongest when we stand together, that it is our responsibility to hold government accountable and that it is through the integrity of the ballot box that we do so
  6828. We are strongest when we stand together
  6829. We are to love God with all our hearts
  6830. We need each other
  6831. We the people
  6832. We’re greater together than we are on our own
  6833. We’re stronger together
  6834. Wealth
  6835. Wealth — Downplaying significance of wealth, disparities in wealth, and materialism in general
  6836. Wealth — if used for the good of society, to provide jobs, fund ventures, and philanthropy
  6837. Wealth of society — All individuals, communities, and peoples share equitably in the knowledge, wealth, and resources of society
  6838. Wealth of society — All individuals, communities, and peoples share equitably in the knowledge, wealth, and resources of society
  6839. Weekends
  6840. Weekly Sabbath
  6841. Weight — Right weight and just measure are demanded
  6842. Weird
  6843. Weird coalitions
  6844. Welcoming to guests
  6845. Welfare
  6846. Welfare — General welfare
  6847. Welfare — Social assistance
  6848. Welfare provision for the poor, aged, disabled, and destitute
  6849. Wellbeing
  6850. Wellbeing — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  6851. Wellbeing — Standard of living adequate for the health and wellbeing of themselves and of their family, including food, clothing, housing, and medical care and necessary social services
  6852. Wellbeing of children
  6853. Wellbeing of society — Each person bears responsibility for the well-being of society and the quality of the environment
  6854. Well-developed, consistent political views
  6855. Well-developed political philosophy
  6856. Well-informed
  6857. Well-run government
  6858. Well-run government — Accountable, efficient, and well-run government
  6859. Wellness
  6860. Wellness — Improving health and wellness
  6861. Wellness — Improving health and wellness of both people and animals
  6862. Western Hemisphere
  6863. Western Hemisphere — Solidarity with all the peoples of the Western Hemisphere
  6864. Western civilization
  6865. What is hateful to you, do not do unto others
  6866. What matters most
  6867. What matters most — Determined to be the best at doing what matters most
  6868. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly; it is dearness only that gives everything its value
  6869. What we stand for
  6870. When — If not us, then who? If not now, then when?
  6871. When they go low, we go high
  6872. When they go low, we go high — Moral high ground
  6873. Who — If not us, then who? If not now, then when?
  6874. Widowhood — Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control — UDHR
  6875. Wide-ranging intelligence
  6876. Widely shared prosperity
  6877. Widely shared prosperity — Economic growth with widely shared prosperity
  6878. Widespread convictions
  6879. Widespread worker and public ownership will greatly lessen the corrosive effect of capitalists markets on people’s lives
  6880. Widows, orphans, and strangers should be protected
  6881. Wilderness
  6882. Wilderness — Hidden spirit of the wilderness
  6883. Will of the people
  6884. Will of the people — The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures — UDHR
  6885. Will of the people expressed through elections
  6886. Will of the people expressed through elections provided the most appropriate guidance for directing the republic’s course
  6887. Will of the people is expressed through elections
  6888. Will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government
  6889. Will of the people should prevail
  6890. Willing to fight unwieldy, ferocious, bloody, devastating conflicts
  6891. Willing to set differences aside to pursue common interests
  6892. Willingness to forgive and forget
  6893. Willingness to pull together in times of need
  6894. Willingness to pull yourself up by your own bootstraps
  6895. Willpower
  6896. Willpower — American willpower
  6897. Wilsonian
  6898. Wilsonianism
  6899. Wilsonianism — Activist foreign policy
  6900. Win in the marketplace
  6901. Win in the marketplace — Challenging convention and reinventing the way business is done to better win in the marketplace
  6902. Win in the marketplace — Compelling desire to improve and to win in the marketplace
  6903. Win with humility
  6904. Win-win
  6905. Winners
  6906. Winning
  6907. Winning — Building winning brand equities
  6908. Winning — Challenging convention and reinventing the way business is done to better win in the marketplace
  6909. Winning — Compelling desire to improve and to win in the marketplace
  6910. Winning — Determined to be the best at doing what matters most
  6911. Winning — Healthy dissatisfaction with the status quo
  6912. Winning — Passion for Winning
  6913. Wisdom
  6914. Wisdom — Body of popular wisdom that is readily apparent to anyone
  6915. Wisdom — Ecological wisdom
  6916. Wisdom — Everything and everyone has something to teach
  6917. Wisdom — Natural power that comes from wisdom
  6918. Wisdom — Prajna — Discernment, insight, wisdom, enlightenment — Buddhism
  6919. Wisdom — Respect for the natural power that comes from wisdom and the knowledge elders carry forward
  6920. Wisdom, justice, and love
  6921. Wise
  6922. Wit
  6923. Without a trial — No one can be legislated to be guilty of a crime and punished without a trial — no Bill of Attainder
  6924. Witnesses — Right to be confronted with the witnesses against you in a trial
  6925. Witnesses — Right to subpoena witnesses in your favor for a trial
  6926. Women
  6927. Women — Appreciation for Women
  6928. Women — Efforts to achieve equal pay for women
  6929. Women — Encourage women of all social backgrounds to learn trades
  6930. Women — Equal pay for women
  6931. Women — Equal rights
  6932. Women — Help working women receive better wages
  6933. Women — Use of journalism to overcome social isolation for women
  6934. Women and girls
  6935. Women’s right to vote
  6936. Women’s rights
  6937. Women’s suffrage — Women’s right to vote
  6938. Work
  6939. Work — Achievement, action, work, and materialism
  6940. Work — Action and work orientation
  6941. Work — Economic security
  6942. Work — Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment — UDHR
  6943. Work — Meaningful work for all
  6944. Work — Quality work
  6945. Work — Quality work and economic security
  6946. Work — Simplify work whenever possible
  6947. Work — Simplify, standardize, and streamline work whenever possible
  6948. Work — Standardize work whenever possible
  6949. Work — Streamline work whenever possible
  6950. Work — Time off from work
  6951. Work to disconfirm beliefs
  6952. Work to disconfirm beliefs — Leaders seek diverse perspectives and work to disconfirm their beliefs
  6953. Work that adds value to the business
  6954. Work that adds value to the business — Only ask for work that adds value to the organization
  6955. Work that adds value to the organization
  6956. Work that adds value to the organization — Only ask for work that adds value to the organization
  6957. Work ethic
  6958. Work ethic — Open work ethic
  6959. Work and leisure
  6960. Work-life balance
  6961. Work orientation
  6962. Work to end disputes
  6963. Work to end political disputes
  6964. Work to form the American character
  6965. Work for justice
  6966. Work requirements
  6967. Work requirements — Dynamic compassion of work requirements for poverty programs, where opportunity takes the place of a hand-out, where true self-esteem can grow from the satisfaction of a job well done
  6968. Work together
  6969. Work vigorously to earn and keep customer trust
  6970. Worker ownership
  6971. Worker ownership — Widespread worker and public ownership will greatly lessen the corrosive effect of capitalists markets on people’s lives
  6972. Worker and public ownership
  6973. Workers
  6974. Workers — Widespread worker and public ownership will greatly lessen the corrosive effect of capitalists markets on people’s lives
  6975. Working best
  6976. Working best — People work best when there is a foundation of trust
  6977. Working class
  6978. Working class over special interests and moneyed elites
  6979. Working class workers
  6980. Working hours — Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay — UDHR
  6981. Working in one’s calling or vocation is a means of serving God and men
  6982. Working out — for exercise and health
  6983. Working to achieve greater social justice and economic conditions that benefit civil society broadly
  6984. Working together
  6985. Working together with confidence and trust
  6986. Working together with confidence and trust across business units, functions, categories, and geographies
  6987. Workmanship
  6988. Workmanship — Pride in workmanship
  6989. Workmen’s compensation
  6990. World
  6991. World — Immoral to put commercial concerns before care for God’s creation
  6992. World — Innovation that matters — For our organization and for the world
  6993. World — Moral decisions about environmental issues have to take account of the well-being of humans
  6994. World — People were put in the world to maintain it and care for it
  6995. World — Pollution is an insult to the created world
  6996. World — The world rests on three things: justice, truth, and peace
  6997. World policeman
  6998. World order
  6999. World peace
  7000. World war against poverty
  7001. World’s best products
  7002. World’s best products — Lead in advanced technologies and quality in creating the world’s best products
  7003. World-class system of education
  7004. Worldly goods — Renunciation of worldly goods
  7005. Worldview of commitment, action, movement
  7006. Worship
  7007. Worship — Prayer
  7008. Worship — Programmed worship
  7009. Worship — Silent worship
  7010. Worship — Sunday as a day of worship
  7011. Worship — Unprogrammed worship
  7012. Worship — Waiting worship
  7013. Worship only god
  7014. Worst day fishing is better than the best day working
  7015. Worth of the human person
  7016. Worthy ideals
  7017. Writ of Habeas Corpus — Right to challenge the legality of an arrest in court
  7018. Yearnings
  7019. You can always count on Americans to do the right thing — after they have exhausted all other possibilities
  7020. You can always count on Americans to do the right thing — after they’ve tried everything else
  7021. You can always count on Americans to do the right thing — after they have exhausted all other possibilities
  7022. You can depend on Americans to do the right thing when they have exhausted every other possibility
  7023. You need to be a bit uncomfortable to stay relevant
  7024. You never know — Optimism
  7025. Young — Care for both the elderly and young
  7026. Young people
  7027. Your day in court — Have your day in court
  7028. Your eyes on the stars — Keep your eyes on the stars and keep your feet on the ground
  7029. Your feet on the ground — Keep your eyes on the stars and keep your feet on the ground
  7030. Your home is your castle
  7031. Your own example
  7032. Your personal commitment
  7033. Your personal commitment to customers is vital to success of the organization
  7034. Youth
  7035. Youth — Beauty
  7036. Youth — Vigor
  7037. Youth activities
  7038. Youth education
  7039. Youth opportunity
  7040. Youth opportunity and education
  7041. Youth opportunity and learning
  7042. Youth rights, education, and work opportunities
  7043. Youth success
  7044. Youth success — Pathways to youth success
  7045. Youth work opportunities
  7046. Zero tolerance
  7047. Zest
  7048. Zzz — Catch some Z’s — Sleep
  7049. Zzz — Sleep

List of non-values

These are negative qualities, to be avoided:

  1. 14 words — We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children — White supremacist slogan
  2. Abortion — Problematic to various degrees for some
  3. Absolute — Some cannot accept that anything could be absolute
  4. Abstract philosophical discussions
  5. Abuse — Human rights abuse
  6. Abuse of government power
  7. Abuse of power
  8. Accident
  9. Acrimony
  10. Acts of carelessness
  11. Addiction
  12. Adult entertainment
  13. Advantage — Taking advantage of a man’s ignorance
  14. Adultery
  15. Ageism
  16. Aggression
  17. Aggressor
  18. Alcohol — At all for some
  19. Alcohol — When excessive
  20. Ambiguity — When it interferes with socially-responsible or productive behavior
  21. Ambition — When it interferes with socially-responsible behavior
  22. Anarchism
  23. Anger — When not channeled into positive thought and action
  24. Anticompetitive practices
  25. Anti-gay
  26. Anti-immigrant
  27. Anti-immigration
  28. Anti-LGBT
  29. Anti-Muslim
  30. Anti-Semitism
  31. Apartheid
  32. Arrogance
  33. Arrogant assertion
  34. Arrogant certainty
  35. Arrogant certainty about one’s own views
  36. Artificial intelligence
  37. Atheism
  38. Authoritarianism
  39. Autocratic power
  40. Automation
  41. Bad habits
  42. Balances of power
  43. Barriers to our living in the Beloved Community
  44. Betting
  45. Biased
  46. Big business
  47. Big government — If you’re a conservative
  48. Bigotry
  49. Bigotry and prejudice
  50. Bitterness
  51. Blaming Jews for… anything
  52. Blindly pursue our own needs and ignore those of others
  53. Blood and soil
  54. Blood vengeance
  55. Boastful — When excessive
  56. Boredom
  57. Braggadocio
  58. Bragging — When excessive
  59. Breach of promise
  60. Breach of promise in commerce
  61. Bugs
  62. Bullying
  63. Bureaucracy — When it is out of control, overwhelming, or stifling
  64. Calumny
  65. Capitalism — Distrust of capitalism
  66. Caution — When overly-cautious or otherwise excessive
  67. Carelessness
  68. Cartels
  69. Censorship
  70. Centralized social planning
  71. Chattel slavery — Person as property recognized by law
  72. Chaos
  73. Child abuse
  74. Child labor
  75. Circus
  76. Civil rights abuse
  77. Class
  78. Climate change
  79. Closed borders
  80. Clumsy
  81. Cohabitation — But not everyone disapproves
  82. Collective punishment
  83. Colonialism
  84. Communism
  85. Complaining
  86. Compromise — For the political and social extremes or when unreasonable, unworkable, or unsatisfactory
  87. Compulsion to join an association
  88. Concentrating on unimportant points while losing on the most important point
  89. Condescension
  90. Conflict — If unruly and overly disruptive in a socially-unproductive manner
  91. Confused
  92. Consumption — When excessive, irresponsible, or unsustainable
  93. Contamination
  94. Contempt for life
  95. Contested values
  96. Control — when excessive or otherwise unreasonable
  97. Control freaks
  98. Controversy — When excessive and detrimental
  99. Corporate campaign contributions
  100. Corporate money
  101. Corporate money — Corrupting influence of corporate money
  102. Corrosive effect of capitalist markets on people’s lives
  103. Corruption
  104. Covet
  105. Cowardice
  106. Crazy
  107. Crimes against humanity
  108. Criticism — When unfair, unreasonable, or with malign intention
  109. Cruelty
  110. Cruel or unusual punishment
  111. Cultural superiority
  112. Cultural superiority — Intellectual and cultural superiority of whites — Alleged
  113. Cycle of retributive violence
  114. Cycle of revenge and retaliation
  115. Cynical, cynicism
  116. Daydreamers
  117. Daydreaming
  118. Dead hand of government
  119. Death
  120. Death penalty
  121. Death threats
  122. Deceiving, deceptive
  123. Defamation
  124. Defects
  125. Degrading treatment or punishment
  126. Deification of government officials
  127. Dependence on government and others
  128. Deprivation
  129. Despair
  130. Despotism
  131. Detention — Unreasonable detention
  132. Devastated
  133. Dictator
  134. Differences — When they lead to acrimony
  135. Directionless
  136. Discouragement
  137. Discrimination against anyone based on race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious faith or non-faith, or disability
  138. Discrimination against businesses or entities which decline to sell items or services to individuals for activities that go against their religious views about such activities
  139. Discriminatory
  140. Discriminatory and exclusionary policies
  141. Discriminatory and exclusionary slogans
  142. Disease
  143. Disorganized
  144. Disoriented
  145. Dispute — When it leads to acrimony
  146. Distrust of Big Business
  147. Distrust of business
  148. Distrust of capitalism
  149. Distrust of the profit motive
  150. Distrust of strangers — When beyond basic caution
  151. Divided society
  152. Dog eat dog (world)
  153. Dogma
  154. Domestic violence
  155. Dominant racial and ethnic groups — Prohibited from excluding others
  156. Domination
  157. Drugs
  158. Economic fears
  159. Elitism
  160. Embarrassment
  161. Entitlement state
  162. Environmental degradation
  163. Envy
  164. Erosion of private-sector institutions under citizen control by the forces of centralized social planning
  165. Espionage
  166. Estrangement
  167. Ethnic cleansing
  168. Ethnic conflict
  169. Ethnic superiority
  170. Everything is relative — Some cannot accept relativism
  171. Evil-speaking
  172. Excess
  173. Excessive consumption
  174. Excessive material accumulation and consumption
  175. Excessive testing in schools
  176. Exaggeration — When more than just a little
  177. Excessive force by police
  178. Exclusive alliances
  179. Expansive federal regime — Bad for conservatives, but good for liberals
  180. Expansive federal regime has marginalized and supplanted the institutions of families, schools, congregations, and neighborhoods which would otherwise allow Americans to work together to solve most of the problems facing their communities
  181. Extreme
  182. Extremism
  183. Face
  184. Family planning programs
  185. Family planning programs for teens
  186. Fascism, fascist
  187. Fatalism
  188. Fate
  189. Fear
  190. Fear and hatred
  191. Flag as a symbol to be demonized, disparaged, and mocked
  192. Flag burning
  193. Flag desecration
  194. Flattery — When too excessive and too insincere
  195. Forcing nations to live as we do
  196. Form — When lacking sufficient, significant, or useful substance
  197. Fourteen words — We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children — White supremacist slogan
  198. Fraud
  199. Fraud of priestcraft, which so often runs hand in hand with despotism
  200. Fraudulent dealing
  201. Frivolous lawsuits
  202. Gain obtained by betting or gambling or by raising the price of breadstuffs through speculation
  203. Gambling
  204. Gender bias
  205. Gender discrimination
  206. Gender superiority
  207. Genocide
  208. Global warming
  209. Gluttony
  210. Gossip — when excessive
  211. Government discrimination against businesses or entities which decline to sell items or services to individuals for activities that go against their religious views about such activities
  212. Government-centric — Excessive government involvement is a negative for some
  213. Gratification — When pursued to the detriment of socially-valued behavior
  214. Greed
  215. Growing headcount, budget size, and fixed expenses
  216. Grudge — Holding a Grudge
  217. Habits — Bad habits
  218. Harassment
  219. Harassment of the people by government officials
  220. Hate
  221. Hate crimes
  222. Hate speech
  223. Hateful
  224. Hatred
  225. Hatred of one’s brother in one’s heart
  226. Hereditary monarchy
  227. Hereditary privilege
  228. Hidden motives
  229. Hold a grudge
  230. Homelessness
  231. Homicide
  232. Homophobia
  233. Hostility
  234. Hubris
  235. Human nature — The bad side
  236. Human rights — Lack of respect for human rights
  237. Human rights abuse
  238. Human trafficking
  239. Humiliation
  240. Hunger
  241. Hype
  242. Hypocrisy
  243. Identity politics
  244. Ideological — When too rigid and extreme
  245. Ideological superiority
  246. Ideologues
  247. Idiots
  248. Idleness
  249. Illegal immigration
  250. Illiteracy
  251. Immigration — Problematic to some degree for some
  252. Impatience
  253. Imperialism
  254. Imposing our values on others
  255. Imprudence
  256. Inaccuracy
  257. Incest
  258. Incitement to violence
  259. Income tax — Not everyone agrees or appreciates it
  260. Inegalitarian
  261. Inegalitarian class system
  262. Inequality
  263. Inertia — When going in the wrong direction and deterring movement in the right direction
  264. Infant mortality
  265. Infatuation
  266. Injustice
  267. Injustice anywhere
  268. Insanity
  269. Insects
  270. Insinuation
  271. Instability
  272. Instant gratification
  273. Instant gratification of desires
  274. Intellectual and cultural superiority of whites — Alleged
  275. Intolerance
  276. Intellectual superiority
  277. Isolation — When not desired
  278. Isolationism
  279. Intervening unilaterally in the affairs of other countries
  280. Invidiousness
  281. Judgmental
  282. Kneel in submission
  283. Lack of respect for human rights
  284. Lazy
  285. Limiting debate
  286. Limiting dissent
  287. Lip service
  288. Local party bosses
  289. Local political machines
  290. Loss of faith and family life leads to greater dependence upon government
  291. Lost in your thoughts
  292. Lust
  293. Lying
  294. Mad
  295. Madness
  296. Making a pact with the devil
  297. Malign
  298. Malignant
  299. Malnutrition
  300. Market as master
  301. Markets — Some don’t believe in them
  302. Mean
  303. Meanspirited
  304. Media violence
  305. Militarism
  306. Military budget that bleeds the public sector of much needed funds for social programs
  307. Military conflict
  308. Misleading
  309. Mobs
  310. Mobs — Savage mobs, outrages committed by mobs
  311. Mob rule
  312. Mockery
  313. Moderation — It’s supposed to be a value, but many Americans just don’t buy it.
  314. Mondays
  315. Moneyed elites
  316. Monopolies
  317. Moral pride
  318. Moral relativism — Some view it very negatively
  319. Moral and spiritual suicide
  320. Multiculturalism and pluralism — Rejected or opposed by some
  321. Nasty, nastiness
  322. National superiority
  323. Nationalism
  324. Nativism
  325. Nazis, Nazism
  326. Neglect
  327. Neo-Nazis, neo-Nazism
  328. Noise pollution
  329. Non-economic domination
  330. Obsession
  331. Open borders
  332. Opposition to multiculturalism and pluralism
  333. Oppression
  334. Oppressive policies
  335. Outrage
  336. Overly-cautious
  337. Overrated
  338. Overstatement
  339. Pact with the devil
  340. Pact with the devil — Making a pact with the devil
  341. Pagan practices
  342. Panic
  343. Paranoia
  344. Partisan
  345. Partisan interests
  346. Party bosses
  347. Payback
  348. Persecution
  349. Personal retaliation
  350. Pessimistic
  351. Polarization
  352. Police brutality
  353. Police — Excessive force by police
  354. Political correctness — When taken to extremes or with negative intentions
  355. Political instability
  356. Political superiority
  357. Politicians — Always persuading, flattering, juggling, improvising, reshuffling, harmonizing, conciliating, and manipulating
  358. Polls — Frequently of low utility and misleading
  359. Pollution
  360. Pompous
  361. Populism — some view it as too divisive
  362. Populist authoritarianism
  363. Poverty
  364. Poverty and deprivation
  365. Power — When not exercised responsibly and in a limited manner
  366. Prejudice
  367. Preservation of ethnic and cultural origins — When excessive and exclusionary
  368. Preservation of European-American identity — When excessive and exclusionary
  369. Preservation of the white majority in the U.S. — When excessive and exclusionary
  370. Priestcraft — Fraud of priestcraft, which so often runs hand in hand with despotism
  371. Problems
  372. Profit motive — Distrust of the profit motive
  373. Profligacy
  374. Propaganda
  375. Racial superiority
  376. Racism
  377. Radicalism — Although the line separating the radical from the merely different is rather vague and subjective
  378. Rainy days
  379. Rape
  380. Redistribution — For conservatives
  381. Regional superiority
  382. Rejection of multiculturalism and pluralism
  383. Relativism — Some view it very negatively, especially moral relativism
  384. Religion — For atheists
  385. Religious superiority
  386. Repetitive — Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results
  387. Retributive violence
  388. Revenge
  389. Revenge and retaliation
  390. Revengeful, relentless disposition
  391. Revolt
  392. Revolution
  393. Rich and powerful
  394. Ridicule
  395. Rig the economic and political systems
  396. Rigid
  397. Rigid tenure systems
  398. Rigid tenure systems for evaluating teachers
  399. Riot
  400. Risk — When excessive or otherwise irresponsible
  401. Risky behavior
  402. Savage mobs, outrages committed by mobs
  403. Scarcity
  404. Scorning — Of anybody
  405. Secrecy — When unwarranted, by government, otherwise privacy rules
  406. Sedition
  407. Segregation
  408. Self-abasement
  409. Self-abnegation
  410. Self-centered
  411. Self-gratification
  412. Self-hatred
  413. Self-indulgence
  414. Self-indulgent search for instant gratification of desires
  415. Self-interest
  416. Self-righteous
  417. Self-serving
  418. Selfishness
  419. Sexism
  420. Sexual assault
  421. Sexual harassment
  422. Sexual conquest — When consent is dubious
  423. Sexual immorality
  424. Sexual risk
  425. Sexual violence
  426. Shirking duties and responsibilities
  427. Short-term results — When at the expense of long-term value
  428. Short-term-focused — Unless there is some immediate crisis
  429. Sickness
  430. Skin color — Should be irrelevant
  431. Slacking off
  432. Slander
  433. Slavery — chattel slavery — person as property recognized by law
  434. Sloth
  435. Slow growth
  436. Slums
  437. Snoring
  438. Social isolation
  439. Social redistribution
  440. Socialism — Unless you are a Socialist or Liberal
  441. Sorrow
  442. Special interests
  443. Special interests and moneyed elites
  444. Special privileges for the well-connected or wealthy
  445. Speculation
  446. Spheres of influence
  447. Spiritual death
  448. Spiritual suicide
  449. Status quo — When stifling, ineffective, or causing harm
  450. Stereotypes
  451. Stifling the media
  452. Stealing
  453. Street justice
  454. Strongman
  455. Stupidity
  456. Submission
  457. Subsidies
  458. Substance abuse
  459. Suicide
  460. Superiority
  461. Surprises — When unpleasant or at a bad time
  462. Survival of the fittest
  463. Suspicion
  464. Systematic oppression
  465. Taken for granted
  466. Taking of property by the government
  467. Taking yourself too seriously
  468. Tale-bearing
  469. Talk — Too much talk and not enough action
  470. Tall tales — Some don’t appreciate them at all
  471. Tax code penalties for marriage and public assistance programs
  472. Taxation — Not everyone values the services or intentions of a tax
  473. Taxation without representation
  474. Taxes — Few enjoy paying taxes or preparing tax returns
  475. Teaching to the test in schools
  476. Tedium
  477. Terrorism
  478. Theft
  479. Thin-skinned
  480. Those who reject organized religion
  481. Thoughtless
  482. Threat of tyranny
  483. Threatening behavior
  484. Threats and threatening calls, letters, and messages
  485. Tobacco
  486. Totalitarian
  487. Torture
  488. Torture or cruel or unusual punishment
  489. Trafficking and modern slavery
  490. Treason
  491. Tribal justice
  492. Triple Evils of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  493. Triple Evils of MLK — poverty, racism, militarism
  494. Triple Evils of MLK — Militarism — war, imperialism, domestic violence, rape, terrorism, human trafficking, media violence, drugs, child abuse, violent crime
  495. Triple Evils of MLK — Poverty — unemployment, homelessness, hunger, malnutrition, illiteracy, infant mortality, slums
  496. Triple Evils of MLK — Racism — prejudice, apartheid, segregation, discrimination, ethnic conflict, anti-Semitism, sexism, colonialism, homophobia, ageism, discrimination against disabled groups, stereotypes
  497. Trust no one
  498. Turf — When controlled excessively to the detriment of society
  499. Tyranny
  500. Tyranny of the majority
  501. U.S. dominance
  502. Unemployment
  503. Unfair
  504. Unfair competition
  505. Unfairness
  506. Unhealthy behavior
  507. Unilateral action
  508. Universal — Some cannot accept that anything could be universal
  509. Unkind insinuations
  510. Unpatriotic views
  511. Unreasonable detention
  512. Unusual punishment
  513. Unwarranted intrusion by government
  514. Upheaval
  515. Uprising
  516. Usury
  517. Vanity
  518. Vengeance
  519. Vicious cycles
  520. Villain
  521. Violence
  522. Violence — The way of violence leads to bitterness in the survivors and brutality in the destroyers
  523. Violent conflicts
  524. Violent crime
  525. Wall Street values
  526. War
  527. War and military conflict
  528. Waste
  529. We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children — 14 words — White supremacist slogan
  530. Wealth — When envied or disdained
  531. Wealth — When used to harm society
  532. Wealth inequality
  533. Welfare state
  534. Wild and furious passions
  535. World domination
  536. Wrath
  537. Xenophobia
  538. Zero tolerance