The march of the human mind is slow.
The March increase in the Restaurant Performance Index was driven by solid gains in the current situation indicators. Nearly two-thirds of restaurant operators reported a same-store sales gain in March -- the strongest performance in 15 months. Restaurant operators also reported increased capital expenditure activity, which bodes well for both the restaurant industry and the overall economy.
The truth is this: The march of Providence is so slow and our desires so impatient; the work of progress is so immense and our means of aiding it so feeble; the life of humanity is so long, that of the individual so brief, that we often see only the ebb of the advancing wave and are thus discouraged. It is history that teaches us to hope.
The truth is on the march and nothing will stop it.
What I've always said is that I'm opposed to institutional racism, and I would've, had I've been alive at the time, I think, had the courage to march with Martin Luther King to overturn institutional racism, and I see no place in our society for institutional racism.
Arizona's forest fires are not waiting for April, and neither will we. That is why I am pushing for stepped up deployment for Hot Shot wildfire crews in March rather than April, in order to better prepare for the expected fires in northern Arizona.
The march is a way to get in celebration mode.
If you wish to draw off the people from a bad or wicked custom, you must beat up for a march; you must make an excitement, do something that everybody will notice.
When you become part of something, in some way you count. It could be a march; it could be a rally, even a brief one. You're part of something, and you suddenly realize you count. To count is very important.
The debates of that great assembly are frequently vague and perplexed, seeming to be dragged rather than to march, to the intended goal. Something of this sort must, I think, always happen in public democratic assemblies.
I shall begin my march for Camp tomorrow morning. It was not in my power to move until I could procure shoes for the troops almost barefoot.
No one's gonna give a damn in July if you lost a game in March.
With two thousand years of Christianity behind him... a man can't see a regiment of soldiers march past without going off the deep end. It starts off far too many ideas in his head.
In March of 1933 we witnessed a revolution in manner, in mores, in the definition of government. What before had been black or white sprang alive with color.
Every pioneer and musician who could carry a musket went into the ranks. Even the sick and foot-sore, who could not keep up in the march, came up as soon as they could find their regiments, and took their places in line of battle, while it was battle, indeed.
Rations were scarcely issued, and the men about preparing supper, when rumors that the enemy had been encountered that day near Gettysburg absorbed every other interest, and very soon orders came to march forthwith to Gettysburg.
The victory march will continue until the Palestinian flag flies in Jerusalem and in all of Palestine.
When you get to my age life seems little more than one long march to and from the lavatory.
I was so exhausted after fighting for the project for five years, shooting it was like the Bataan Death March.
In the procession I should feel the crushing feet, the clashing discords, the ruthless hands and stifling breath. I could not hear the rhythm of the march.
The weather was fine, the valleys literally covered with buffaloe, and everything seemed to promise a safe and speedy movement to the first grove of timber on my route, supposed to be about ten days' march.
March 11, 2004, now occupies a place in the history of infamy.
Modern societies march towards morality in proportion as they leave religion behind.
On March 4th, 1830, I arrived in London, where a new world seemed opened to me.
In too many instances, the march to globalization has also meant the marginalization of women and girls. And that must change.