How Far We’ve Come Quotes by Larry Page, Kathryn Stockett, Suze Orman, Lewis Buzbee, Cynthia Nixon, Demi Lovato and many others.
My grandfather was an autoworker, and I have a weapon he manufactured to protect himself from the company that he would carry to work. It’s a big iron pipe with a hunk of lead on the head. I think about how far we’ve come as companies from those days, where workers had to protect themselves from the company.
I have never been more proud of the United States than I am this year. We have elected an African-American president. We have the stellar Michelle Obama setting the standard for American women. I simply cannot say it enough: look how far we’ve come.
I don’t care how far we’ve come with “women’s liberation,” with all these things. In a man’s mind, he still needs to be the support of his family. He needs to hold up the world.
Rereading a favorite novel first read 5, 10, or 20 years ago, is a measure of our travel, how far we’ve come; it’s a way of visiting an earlier self.
It is interesting to see how far we’ve come as a society since then. But also how everybody keeps touching [Ronald] Reagan and trying to evoke him.
And you said we wouldn’t make it But look how far we’ve come For so long my heart was breaking But now we’re standing strong The things you say They me fall harder each day You’re a trainwreck But I wouldn’t love you if you changed
Someday hopefully it wonвЂ™t be necessary to allocate a special evening to celebrate where we are and how far weвЂ™ve comeвЂ¦someday women writers, producers and crew members will be so commonplace, and roles and salaries for actresses will outstrip those for men, and pigs will fly.
The demise of Google Reader, if logical, is a reminder of how far we’ve come from the cuddly old ‘I’m Feeling Lucky’ Google days, in which there was a foreseeably-astonishing delight in the way Google’s evolving design tricks anticipated what users would like.
Some people said I was annoying, but now look how far we’ve come.
I love visiting the Air and Space Museum. It always blows my mind how far we’ve come from the Wright Brothers in 1906 to modern space travel.
We measure our days out in steps of uncertainty not turning to see how far we’ve come. And peer down the highway from here to eternity and reach out for love on the run.