Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Real Problems Quotes from famous authors such as Tony Campolo, Benny Gantz, Jo Johnson, Jeph Loeb, Ben Huh. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
If a guy is intimidated by a woman in leadership, he has real problems with his own concepts of masculinity. That’s a harsh statement, but I believe it to be true.
We all need a government that solves our real problems and is not preoccupied with itself.
We need to confront our real problems, not indulge in false solutions that make them worse.
Marvel is really about the stories of Peter Parker and Bruce Banner or Jessica Jones. These are – I’m hesitant to say the word, but – real people with real problems whose power comes, to use the great expression, with great responsibility.
Entrepreneurs go through real problems and come up with real solutions. It’s not fake. You can do all the right things and still lose. You can do all the wrong things and still will.
Too often, ill-informed rhetoric has led to emotional hysteria that obfuscates solid evidence regarding the real problems faced by poor people and, in overwhelmingly great proportions, by black people.
In the West, people don’t have any real problems. It’s all based on bad conscience, a very Christian notion. I don’t have any bad conscience. If there’s a God that created us, if I am bad, it’s his fault.
I think we will be able to work with Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto to reduce tension and concentrate efforts in both the countries on real problems of the people – poverty, social injustice, and development.
Engineers and entrepreneurs are fundamentally dissatisfied with the way the world is and want to make it better. There are so many things you could do with technology if you can match it up with real problems.
The hostility between India and Pakistan has become a habit to which both the elites have become addicted. Any attempt towards a rational solution to real problems is denounced by chauvinists on both sides.
When I was a kid, the great debate was about how to defeat the Soviet Union. And we won. Now we are told that the great debate is about who gets to use which bathroom. This is a distraction from our real problems. Who cares?
We live in a world where we have friends, neighbors, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, people we journey with for years who are gay. And we need to love, affirm and all of us together work on the real problems that we have in the world.
Politicians are terrified of losing touch with folks back home but content to be clueless about government’s failure to fix real problems.
I think we are all interested in end-times ideas and also in the current climate that we are all living in, where money is a little harder to come by, things continue to get expensive; gas prices are not too far from people’s heads. There are more and more people. Human society’s going to have real problems.
My wife deals with real problems. My problems aren’t problems – they’re inconveniences.
John Boozman has been traveling the world, making 129 visits to 53 countries during his time in Washington, and ignoring the real problems hardworking Arkansans are facing every single day. That is unacceptable.
People respond to real problems from the heart.
The emergence of a hardware product from an African company marks a phase-change point for tech invention. The BRCK shows that great ideas can come from anywhere, that innovation comes from solving real problems with constrained resources.
Twilio is a great example of a company executing tremendously well on its vision and delivering a beautiful set of products that solves real problems.
With WesTrac, you have real people doing real jobs with real problems and real opportunities, and you touch the metal, and it’s like being grounded.
We’re a band’s band. We have real songs, real players, real problems. Real ups, real downs.
In my view, Africa’s real problems are cultural.
Polite strangers often tell soothing lies about our physical appearance that prevent many of us from facing, discussing and solving our real problems.
The day is not far off when the economic problem will take the back seat where it belongs, and the arena of the heart and the head will be occupied or reoccupied, by our real problems – the problems of life and of human relations, of creation and behavior and religion.
I am drawn to Christ but I have real problems with the Catholic Church.
We’re a very close family and we’re a very real family, and I think every real family has real problems.
After 9/11, we realized that all these silly culture wars, and arguing about rock lyrics… who cares? You know, we, for some reason, remembered what our real problems are.
I was never the smartest guy in the room. From the first person I hired, I was never the smartest guy in the room. And that’s a big deal. And if you’re going to be a leader – if you’re a leader and you’re the smartest guy in the world – in the room, you’ve got real problems.
When you look at where the real problems are among minorities in our society, particularly blacks, it’s at the bottom. It’s the people who are in school systems that don’t educate, neighborhoods where there is a lot of crime, drugs, the whole bit.
‘Watchmen’ is a politically charged story, and it explores exactly what a hero is, how the world would treat them and how they would react. It was the first time I read a superhero story that explored that situation. These are very real people with very real problems.
I don’t want to talk about my trials and tribulations. Once you reveal even part of what your real problems might be in life, they come back in a deformed way.
Leading is not hypothetical debating; it’s about solving real problems.
There are few women in America that don’t want to lose 5 pounds, but I refuse to let that thought dominate my life. And there are too many other real problems in the world – real obesity problems and real hunger problems – to worry that much about a few pounds that I’d like to lose.
With all the chaos, pain and suffering in the world, the fact that my adoption of a child from who was living in an orphanage, you know, was the number one story for a week in the world. To me, that says more about our inability to focus on the real problems.
I like movies that are about real people in real time with real problems.