I like to be treated as a lady.
The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
Christ was treated as we deserve, that we might be treated as He deserves. He was condemned for our sins, in which He had no share, that we might be justified by His righteousness, in which we had no share. He suffered the death which was ours, that we might receive the life which was His.
Women are treated as unjustly in poetry as in life. The feminine ones are not idealistic, and the idealistic not feminine.
Do right. Do your best. Treat others as you want to be treated.
I was always at peace because of the way my mom treated me.
Nobody can deny but religion is a comfort to the distressed, a cordial to the sick, and sometimes a restraint on the wicked; therefore whoever would argue or laugh it out of the world without giving some equivalent for it ought to be treated as a common enemy.
Fighting terrorism is not unlike fighting a deadly cancer. It can't be treated just where it's visible - every diseased cell in the body must be destroyed.
The Declaration of Rights of Indigenous Peoples sets minimum standards for how we will be treated. We are trying to convince Canada that there is a better way to treat Indian people, and we have to use the principles in the declaration as a guideline in our relationship.
The path of begging will always result in our being treated as an underdog and we have been treated as such for too long.
I've stood up to producers before, and even a director. I saw them being abusive. A lot of people on the set are scared to say stuff when they're not being treated right.
When people are treated like a product, they become obsessed with materialism.
Nature is the supreme cradle of life, and must be protected and treated with the highest respect and care.
It's always strange being a kid on the set, because you're treated like an equal when you're working. But then when you break, the other actors go back to their trailers to take naps and drink beer, and I have to, like, go do school.
I'd just like to be treated like a regular customer.
In my childhood I always felt that I was treated unjustly, without a mother, sick, and with the threat of punishment in Hell hanging over my head.
We of Africa protest that, in this day and age, we should continue to be treated as lesser human beings than other races.
I am still looking for the modern equivalent of those Quakers who ran successful businesses, made money because they offered honest products and treated their people decently... This business creed, sadly, seems long forgotten.
I get bitter, angry and disbelieving and I tell my kids there a lot of idiots out there. I also want them to know that being successful is not the real world - that their parents get treated better because they're on TV.
I have always been a person who is concerned with the dignity of jazz music and the way jazz musicians have been treated and are treated, and the fact that the music has not been given the kind of due that it deserves.
All men are not created equal but should be treated as though they were under the law.
Politeness is a desire to be treated politely, and to be esteemed polite oneself.
What I can say is that for may years jazz musicians had to go to Europe, for instance, to be respected and to be sort of treated not in a discriminatory way. I don't think there is anything controversial about me saying that. This is just a fact.
I try to treat people the way I would like to be treated, but I can't worry about what everyone's going to think.
Startling, and alarming to many, is the conclusion that follows from these data that if all people were treated the same, most average race differences would not disappear.