“Look in the mirror. Love what you see and use it all to your benefit”.
William Oxer art.
Andréa Balt bio.
“It’s our duty as human beings, whatever age we are, to become the protectors of human life.”
Albert Aneker art.
Read Betty Williams’ bio.
“Life is not a monotone but a many-stringed harmony and to this harmony is contributed a distinctive note by each individual.”
Edward Hallé art.
Read Annie Besant’s bio.
“Being human means throwing your whole life on the scales of destiny when need be, all the while rejoicing in every sunny day and every beautiful cloud.”
Alonso Perez art.
Read Rosa Luxemburg’s bio.
“In the new definition of success, building and looking after our financial capital is not enough. We need to do everything we can to protect and nurture our human capital.”
Alexei Jawlersky art.
View Arianna Huffington’s bio.
“It is an affection for the whole human race…that leads me earnestly to wish to see woman placed in a station in which she would advance…”
Emmanuel Costa art.
Read Mary Woolstonecraft bio.
We dedicate ourselves to working with our neighbours, near and far, day in and day out, to building that peaceful society in which the tragedies we have known are a bad memory and a continuing warning.”
Edgar Degas art.
Betty Williams bio.
“Moving ourselves to the background and others to the foreground is evidence that the (spiritual) search is achieving its purpose.”
Charles Guerin art
Arianna Huffington bio.
“God lives in everybody and if we’re going to create respect for human life, start with yourselves…don’t do suicide bombs.”
Antnin Picek art.
Mairead Corrigan bio
It is so obvious that life works in terms of species rather than individuals. The individual just has to be born, to develop to the point at which it can procreate and then fall away into death to make way for its successors and humans are no exception whatever they may believe.”
Daniel Ridgway art.
Diana Athill bio.
“Gender relations are cultural. They differ. One has to learn and understand them before saying, “yes, I know what you need to be doing and how to correct it.”
Édouard Toudouze art.
Nora Ceboterev’s short bio.
“Every person, every race, every nation, has its own particular keynote which it brings to the general chord of life and humanity.”
Art by Edward Cobbett.
Annie Besant bio.