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Quotes about labour Day, labour Day Quotes 2021

Quotes about labour are often thought of as old wives’ tales, passed down from generation to generation but there is one fact that these old wives’ tales actually confirm; the sun will shine and work will be done on Labor Day. The common saying that ‘The sun will shine again” is obviously an old wives’ tale that could not be more wrong. Nowadays the sun does not shine only on the sky, it also shines on Earth, which indicates that the time has come for all humans on this green planet to labour under the blazing heat of the sun. The future generations too will have to labour under the sun, on the streets, in factories, in warehouses, in every possible place. Quotes about labour and the working conditions is the first step towards a better, secure, healthy and happy society. With the huge amount of plastic waste and landfill now prevailing all over the world, the need for a better way of recycling all those unwanted items is very important.

Quotes about labour Day

“The miracle is not that we do this work, but that we are happy to do it.” – Mother Teresa

“Without labour nothing prospers.” – Sophocles

“No human masterpiece has been created without great labour.” – Andre Gide

“Labor Day is devoted to no man, living or dead, to no sect, race or nation.” – Samuel Gompers

“It is labour indeed that puts the difference on everything.” – John Locke

“All labour that uplifts humanity has dignity.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Nothing ever comes to one that is worth having except as a result of hard work.” – Booker T. Washington

“Follow your passion, be prepared to work hard and sacrifice, and, above all, don’t let anyone limit your dreams.” – Donovan Bailey

“Genius begins great works. Labour alone finishes them.” – Joseph Joubert

“Nothing will work unless you do” – Maya Angelou

“Dare to be honest and fear no labour.” – Robert Burns

“As we celebrate Labor Day, we honour the men and women who fought tirelessly for workers’ rights, which are so critical to our strong and successful labour force.” – Elizabeth Esty

“Work isn’t to make money; you work to justify life.” – Marc Chagall

“Our labour preserves us from three great evils — weariness, vice, and want.” – Voltaire

Some of the most famous quotes about labour include “A day is not long when you have been working”. This famous quote is really a stark reminder for us to respect our environment and keep the working hours of today’s humans in mind while preserving the earth for future generations to come. It is also a message to all the individuals living amongst us on this planet that we need to take care of the planet and make it a place where future generations can enjoy living and let them know that they are doing their part to save it. It is also a message to all the business and corporate honchos who travel around the world to earn millions of dollars, to please shift their business focus from generating profits to making the world a better place to live in.

labour Day Quotes 2021

Another quote about labour is “Work is God’s work”. This is another profound message from almighty G.K. Chesterton, who is a well-known and respected thinker and public speaker. He has also written numerous books about different subjects related to religion and about the meaning of life and of work in general. The labour question is a very important one for all people because they are the ones who will be affected the most by the environmental degradation and the climate change that is happening today. If we don’t do anything about it, one day in the near future all the plants and animals will surely be extinct and will be remembered only as an irreplaceable piece of history, a fact which will be wiped out completely by the rising of the glaciers.

“Follow your passion, be prepared to work hard and sacrifice, and, above all, don’t let anyone limit your dreams.” – Donovan Bailey

“Without labor nothing prospers.” – Sophocles

“As we celebrate Labor Day, we honor the men and women who fought tirelessly for workers’ rights, which are so critical to our strong and successful labor force.” – Elizabeth Esty

“There is no substitute for hard work.” – Thomas A. Edison

“Just try new things. Don’t be afraid. Step out of your comfort zones and soar, all right?”– Michelle Obama

“No human masterpiece has been created without great labour.” – Andre Gide

“Whatever you want to do, if you want to be great at it, you have to love it and be able to make sacrifices for it.” – Maya Angelou

“Labor Day is devoted to no man, living or dead, to no sect, race or nation.” – Samuel Gompers

“A lot of hard work is hidden behind nice things.” Ralph Lauren

“Our labour preserves us from three great evils. weariness, vice, and want.” – Voltaire

A couple of interesting labour quotes from famous Canadian author Ed Mulberry are “For each day the laborer is putting forth one inch, while the capitalist plundrumps his hoof.” These words were published in the book called Mulberry on the Collision Course. Also included in the book are some famous labour day quotes from famous Canadians like Robert Cream, Frank McKenna and Joe Hydrick. In this book, these are presented in full colour with the explanations why they are such powerful statements. Also there is a special section dedicated to inspiring young workers to join the trade unions and to fight for better pay, better working conditions and for more social justice.

Another very important book on the labour question is Charles Dickens’ The Adventure of English Sheep Farming. This book has sold more copies than any other work on English literature in history. Here you will find a lot of interesting information on how English sheep farmers, their lives and their labor, and also the economical aspect of making wool. This work has been done since the eighteenth century and it will never cease to amaze the workers all over the world and especially in the developed countries of the world. It is one of the main reasons behind the rise of organized labor in many countries of the world.

One of the most famous and well-known books on labour is Anna Freud’s five days unto labour. This book was written eighty years ago, but still it is talked about today because of its profound message. Anna Freud explains how her observations and her work have influenced labor around the world. This book talks about how even a woman who has been employed for many years may go through periods of prolonged depression because she feels she has been treated like a machine or as if she has no rights. As a result of these feelings, sometimes she even decides to strike out on her own and live a solitary life. In this book, Anna Freud tries to convince her reader that even the most exploited and abused labored human being has rights, and should act to acquire those rights.

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Robert Britt is a Project Manager, motivational speaker, and a Leadership Speaker in the United States. He is the head and editor-in-chief of Topstories247.com

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