Laura Schlessinger Quotes


"Integrity is its own reward."


"I believe in a good fight when it protects the innocent."

"Make decisions from the strong part of you, not the weak."

"One thing I know for sure: happiness is perfected when it is shared."

"Don't spend time beating on a wall, hoping to transform it into a door."

“Children are our second chance to have a great parent-child relationship”

"Want to really be assured of ever-lasting love? Try to prove your spouse right."

"People with integrity do what they say they are going to do. Others have excuses."

"I don't think taxpayers should be obligated to support exhibitions featuring images."

"The choices we make are ultimately determined by the priorities we've set for ourselves."

"Victimization status is the modern promised land of absolution from personal responsibility."

“The people and circumstances around me do not make me what I am, they reveal who I am”

“If you're a liberal, anything you say is protected. If you're a conservative, anything you say is hateful.”

"Beware of the folks who wave the banner of free speech. They generally mean it only for themselves."

"Casual “wasting” of human beings is a horrible state of affairs for a population imagining itself civilized."

"The reward for doing right is mostly an internal phenomenon: self-respect, dignity, integrity, and self- esteem."

“When you're the victim of the behavior, it's black and white; when you're the perpetrator, there are a million shades of gray.”

"Language is our way of communicating what we want and who we are. By using bad language, we diminish the divine spark within us that defines our humanity."

“This is all you have. This is not a dry run. This is your life. If you want to fritter it away with your fears, then you will fritter it away, but you won't get it back later.”

"Possessions are a gift from God. They are not inherently evil, nor are possessions irrelevant to God -- if they were, then why the commandment, "Thou shalt not steal?"

"Our reproductive rights come hand-in-hand with moral responsibility. We can't exercise any one of our rights at the risk of another's life simply because we want to."

"Life is for the living and should be lived with relish. When people are fighting for their lives, it points out how precious life is. So nobody should waste any of it."

"Self-esteem must be earned! When you dare to dream, dare to follow that dream, dare to suffer through the pain, sacrifice, self-doubts, and friction from the world, you will genuinely impress yourself."

"Apologizing properly is probably one of the most important aspects of a quality relationship because “stuff happens,” inadvertently and intentionally, and it is essential that repairs are made or the leaks could sink the relationship forever."

"Happiness is perfected when it is shared. Sharing in joy elevates the experience. In order to have the kind of friends with whom you can share your joy, you must put yourself out, tolerate their quirks, make time, be loyal, be understanding, and just be there."

“Values are principles and ideas that bring meaning to the seemingly mundane experience of life. A meaningful life that ultimately brings happiness and pride requires you to respond to temptations as well as challenges with honor, dignity, and courage.”

"There is a compelling reason for these secularists to remove G-d from everywhere, because as Dostoevsky wrote in "The Brothers Karamazov," "without G-d anything is permitted." Those who would like to have anything permitted must first eliminate G-d -- the ultimate arbiter of what's right and wrong."

"It is true that our Founding Fathers declared that we not establish a state religion, but what the ACLU seems to forget in all of its anti-religion fervor is that the First Amendment goes on to say that Congress shall make no law "prohibiting the free exercise thereof ..." In other words, the government doesn't have the right to repress religion."

"If you haven't been paying attention, you'd better start. You'll notice that the liberal mentality in the United States of America has become synonymous with "secular." Pornographers' rights are protected by the First Amendment. The secularists will defend a girl's right to go to school with condoms and other vulgar things hanging off her clothes. But it is controversial that a child has the audacity to carry a Bible in his book bag."

"True repentance has several parts: first, Responsibility; second, true Remorse; third, Repair; and fourth, no Repeat. The next time you hurt somebody, even accidentally, please just own up to it -- admit you did it. You can explain yourself, but never to dismiss the hurt. Try to repair the damage, and think to yourself and express to them how it won’t be repeated."

"Here's what you can be "pro-choice" about: choosing not to have irresponsible, mindless sex. Then you're free from the need to be tested for AIDS every six months and free from the constant fear of other sexually transmitted diseases. Best of all, you're free from worrying about getting pregnant with a child you're not willing or able to take care of or provide for."

"Too many people in reasonable positions of leadership (parents, teachers, clergy) avoid calling for appropriate guilt for inappropriate behaviors. However, in our politically correct environment, nothing is deemed wrong! With that philosophy we can never exonerate true, righteous guilt, and help guide folks to a better path."


Compiled by Thomas George

















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