Even peace may be purchased at too high a price.
The cost of a thing is the amount of what I will call life which is required to be exchanged for it, immediately or in the long run.
Price of peace could only be valued by people who had suffered loss in the war.
Just like freedom, Truth is not cheap. Yet both are worth more than all the gold in the world. But what is freedom, if there is no truth? And what is truth, if there is no freedom? Both are worth fighting for — because one without the other would be hell.
The price of greatness is responsibility.
Sometimes I wonder if the cost of my dream is less about the efforts to achieve it and more about disappointment I’ll experience if it doesn’t happen. But then I remember that the nature of a dream is such that it is worth dreaming even if it never comes true.
Time is always the price we pay for the unlived life.
..time is always the price we pay for the unlived life.
Life is nothing more than moments in time. To achieve greatness, you have to give up those moments. You have to give your life to your goal.
As long as you are ready to pay this price for living in the light (knowledge) the darkness (ignorance) becomes a servant to you.
There is a price for everything in life. Even what you receive freely has already been paid for by someone.
If you are really angry, then you must be willing to pay the price of being alone or be remanded for someone else to have their freedom, illumination and justice.
If you are ready to make a difference and shine, then you must be ready to pay the price by laboring rightly with your mouth and with hands.
The number one price of ignorance is destruction.
As long as you are ready to pay this price for living in the light (knowledge), the darkness (ignorance) becomes a servant to you.
Irresponsibility is a sin with a high price tag.
The price of ignorance is way more than the price we would have paid to acquire knowledge.
The price of ignorance is usually a life of frustration and destruction.
When people refuse to pay the price of personal responsibility for the problems of the nation, these same people end up paying the high price of irresponsibility, which is often in tragedy and sorrow.
There is always a great price to pay for irresponsibility.