We Need Each Other Quotes by Noel Gallagher, Albert Einstein, Kris Carr, Tim McGraw, Elizabeth Lesser, Dalai Lama and many others.
We need each other, We believe in one another, And I know we’re gonna uncover, What’s sleepin’ in our soul…
Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.
The fact is, we need help, and we need each other.
We all take different paths in life, but no matter where we go, we take a little of each other everywhere.
We need each other’s ideas. Now, I’m not talking about racist ideas or misogynistic ideas or cruel or criminal ideas. I’m talking about most of us who have very varied experiences, needs and ideas. It’s really about believing that it’s an important part of healing America.
Each one of us is responsible for the whole of humankind. We need to think of each other really as brothers and sisters and to be concerned for each otherвЂ™s welfare. Rather than working solely to acquire wealth, we need to do something meaningful, something directed seriously towards the welfare of humanity as a whole.
Being human, we are imperfect. That’s why we need each other. To catch each other when we falter. To encourage each other when we lose heart. Some may lead; others may follow; but none of us can go it alone.
There’s something beautiful about that Scripture that says, “Your young men will see visions, your old men will dream dreams” (Acts 2:17). We need each other. There is power when the old and young dream together.
We’re all torn between the desire for privacy and the fear of loneliness.
WeвЂ™ve been given the covenant community because we need each other, and together weвЂ™ll be more mature, experience more life, and know more joy than we ever would apart from one another.
It may be that it is not given to us to know when we are angels. We may only be given to know when others are. This may be one of the reasons we need each other so.
Too often we underestimate the power of a touch.
We need art as much as we need good works. You need it like food. You need it for inspiration to keep going on the days that your low. We need each other in that way.
In the end, for all our differences and conflicts, most women and men share the same food, work, shelter, bed, life, joy, anguish, and fate. We need each other.
In times like these, we need each other. We must bond together in spirit and in service.
We’re all torn between the desire for privacy and the fear of lonliness. We need each other and we need to get away from each other. We need proximity and distance, conversation and silence. We almost always get more of each than we want at any one time.
Life doesn’t make any sense without interdependence. We need each other, and the sooner we learn that, the better for us all.