It's not about how much movement you do how much interaction there is it just reeks of credibility if it's real. If it's contrived it seems to work for a while for the people who can't filter out the real and unreal.
I think the importance of doing activist work is precisely because it allows you to give back and to consider yourself not as a single individual who may have achieved whatever but to be a part of an ongoing historical movement.
The women's movement hasn't changed my sex life. It wouldn't dare.
I don't think that the feminist movement has done much for the characters of women.
I think a lot of romanticizing has gone on with the women's movement.
Young feminists have been sold a bill of goods about American feminism. The enormous changes in women over the past 40 years are constantly and falsely attributed to the organized women's movement of the late 1960s and '70s.
We are seeing a great awakening. A national movement of We the People brought together by what unites us - a shared love of liberty and an understanding of the unlimited potential of free men and free women.
Feminism is a socialist anti-family political movement that encourages women to leave their husbands kill their children practice witchcraft destroy capitalism and become lesbians.
The women's movement completely changed attitudes all over the world in ways we'll never be able to count.
The surrealists and the modern movement in painting as a whole seemed to offer a key to the strange postwar world with its threat of nuclear war. The dislocations and ambiguities in cubism and abstract art as well as the surrealists reminded me of my childhood in Shanghai.
However we still have the problem of free travel and movement since the Travel Documents issued by UNMIK as the substitute to passports are not fully recognized yet by all countries.
Many a trip continues long after movement in time and space have ceased.
I had a great movement teacher - he showed me how to walk so I wasn't becoming like a cartoon.
I wasn't a ballet baby. My first dance class was in an outdoor pavilion when I was three. It was called 'creative movement.' The teacher gave us chiffon scarves in beautiful colors. She turned on some music and said 'Now go dance.' So for me dance has always been about self-expression.
He was the editor of our paper. He created the publishing house in Hebrew. He was - I wouldn't say the 'guru' - but really he was our teacher and a most respected man. I wrote for the paper of the youth movement.
This sympathy is not translated into force against the British government because it is not like the anti- apartheid movement which had a high profile here and Mandela is a more engaging figure than Yasser Arafat.
But what you could perhaps do with in these days is a word of most sincere sympathy. Your movement is carried internally by so strong a truth and necessity that victory in one form or another cannot elude you for long.
The Occupy movement needs an organizing principle and - just as the Tea Party did - it needs some actual measures of success. Choose one candidate whose agenda is squarely within that of the movement and make his or her electoral success a focal point.
Well you know I'm very supportive of what the Tea Party is trying to do. They're very concerned with spending the deficit the bailouts you know all of those kinds of things. But I really think that the strength of the Tea Party is being a grassroots movement.
In most sports your brain and your body will cooperate... But in rock climbing it is the other way around. Your brain doesn't see the point in climbing upwards. Your brain will tell you to keep as low as possible to cling to the wall and not get any higher. You have to have your brain persuading your body to do the right movements.
There was endless action - not just football but sailboats tennis and other things: movement. There was endless talk - the ambassador at the head of the table laying out the prevailing wisdom but everyone else weighing in with their opinions and taking part.
Class is not a fixed designation in this country. We are an upwardly mobile society with a lot of movement between income groups.
I watched Gene Kelly for his smile for his energy. Vittorio Gassman for his movement. Clark Gable for his mustache. And I watched Lassie who was happy as a dog.
One hardly knows where in the history of science to look for an important movement that had its effective start in so pure and simple an accident as that which led to the building of the great Washington telescope and went on to the discovery of the satellites of Mars.