Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
Dignity of human nature requires that we must face the storms of life.
Every life deserves a certain amount of dignity, no matter how poor or damaged the shell that carries it.
Teach others how to treat you by first treating yourself with respect. If you do not respect yourself, it will be hard to demand that others treat you with respect.
Dignity. It means a belief in oneself, that one is worthy of the best. It means that what I have to say is important, and I will say it when it's important for me to say it. Dignity really means that I deserve the best treatment I can receive. And that I have the responsibility to give the best treatment I can to other people.
Weeping is not the sign of weakness. While it is the sign of strong and dignified people.
To be able to live each day with honor, respect and dignity is the greatest achievement of all.
Dignity consists not in possessing honors, but in the consciousness that we deserve them.
No matter what people take from you, never let them take away your pride and dignity.
We study everything except for dignity, whereas dignity is more needed in life than any other knowledge.
Treating others with fairness and dignity is the 'rain' that helps them to grow and be fruitful.
To bear defeat with dignity, to accept criticism with poise, to receive honors with humanity - these are marks of maturity and graciousness.