7 junio, 2024

The 65 Best Phrases of School Coexistence

I leave you the best school coexistence phrases, ideal for use by teachers and parents to exemplify the values ​​that allow a healthy and peaceful coexistence in the school environment. Some authors that you can find are the Dalai Lama, Benito Juárez, Ernest Hemingway, among many others.

You may also be interested in these solidarity phrases.

-We must learn to live together as brothers, or perish together as fools. -Martin Luther King, Jr.

-In the world there is only one way that makes it possible to understand another human being, use deep respect and help others.

-I am opposed to violence, because when it seems to cause good, it is only temporary, but the evil it produces is permanent. -Mahatma Gandhi.

-I speak to everyone in the same way, whether it is the person who picks up the garbage or the director of the university. -Albert Einstein.

-Treat people how you want to be treated, not how they treat you. -Kristin Michelle Elizabeth.

-Respect is a two-way street, if you want to have it, you have to give it. -RG Risch.

-Peace can only be achieved through understanding. -Albert Einstein.

-No mistreatment, we had a good time.

-No act of kindness, even a small one, is in vain. -Aesop.

-Respect for the rights of others is peace. -Benito Juarez.

-Tolerance stops violence, with this you become friends, and allows us to win peace. Tolerance begins at home.

-Every time you treat someone badly, you show that part of you that needs love and healing. -Kemi Sougunle.

-Friendship can only exist through mutual respect and in a spirit of sincerity. -Dalai Lama.

-Never judge someone by the way they look or a book by its cover, since within them there is much to discover. -Stephen Cosgrove.

-Be modest, respectful of others, and try to understand them. -Lakhdar Brahimi.

-To know how to listen and when to speak, the most important thing is to know how to respect.

-Respect for others is the basis for our manners. -Laurence Sterne.

-Integrity is telling myself the truth. And honesty is telling the truth to other people. -Spencer Johnson.

-Before acting, always put yourself in the place of others.

-In the face of a problem, we should not fight or insult; on the contrary, we must dialogue.

-Understanding and respect, that is what is important to live with others, and above all, you know what? Don’t believe that no one is better than no one. -Miguelito, Mafalda.

-He who loves others is constantly loved by them. He who respects others is constantly respected by them. -Mencio.

-People who do not take the truth seriously in small matters cannot be trusted with big matters either. -Albert Einstein.

-Let’s live in peace and harmony with each other.

-Do not hurt others with what causes pain to yourself. -Buddha.

-If there is someone different, come in, they are welcome.

-We respect others when we accept their decisions, even if we think they are wrong.

-The peace begins with a smile. -Mother Teresa of Calcutta.

– The best way to get rid of an enemy is to make him my friend -Abraham Lincoln.

-A half truth is a complete lie. -Yiddish Proverb.

-If you want to make peace with your enemy, you have to work with him. So he becomes your partner. -Nelson Mandela.

-I firmly believe that respect is much more important than popularity. -Julius Erving.

-The best way to understand others is to listen to them. -Ralph Nichols.

Violence is the last resort of the incompetent. -Isaac Asimov.

-Begin each day thinking: “How do I want others to feel?” Then she acts according to what you thought.

-Things that are not yours are requested before taking them.

-When we tell a lie, we rob someone of the right to the truth. -Khaled Hosseini.

-Without tolerance, coexistence is not possible.

-Tolerating only those who agree with us is not tolerance at all. -Ray Davis.

-We are in this world to live in harmony. Those who know do not fight each other. -Buddha.

-Who am I to judge others if I don’t understand what’s behind them?

-I cannot say that someone is a good person just because he treats me well. That person should treat everyone well. -Mehmet Murat Ildan.

-We have two ears and one mouth, to listen twice as much as we speak. -Epithet.

-Be kind when possible. It is always possible. -Dalai Lama.

-The wise man lives with people without criticizing, the fool criticizes without living together.

-Let’s learn to share, it’s the best way to live well.

-We have learned to fly like birds, to swim like fish; but we have not learned the simple art of living as brothers. -Martin Luther King.

-We laugh together, never at others.

-Differences enrich us, respect unites us.

-To be treated well, we need to treat others as we would like to be treated.

-The child who does not respect becomes selfish and capricious, but the one who respects will be loved and happy.

-To live together is to accept that we are all different.

-How we treat people is always our decision, and if we decide not to be respectful, then that will turn against us.

-Your words leave a mark on your companions; take care of them.

-If we don’t respect others, what makes us different from the beasts? -Confucius.

-One of the most sincere forms of respect is really listening to what the other person wants to tell us. -Bryan H. McGill.

-Just as it is necessary to sow before reaping, you have to respect in order to be respected.

-When people speak, listen carefully. Most people never listen. -Ernest Hemingway.

-When you are kind to others, it not only changes you, but you change the world. -Harold Kushner.

-It takes strength and courage to admit the truth. -Rick Riordan.

-Nothing of true value can be bought. Love, friendship, courage, respect. All those things must be earned.

-Setting an example is not the main way to influence others; it’s the only way. -Albert Einstein.

-The one that says sorry first is the bravest. The first to forgive is the strongest. The first one to forget is the happiest.

-Every human being deserves to be treated with respect. We must respect others, just as we would like them to respect us. -OR. Thant.

-Friendship is built with two things. Respect and trust. Both things must be mutual. You can have respect for someone, but if you don’t trust that person, the friendship falls apart. -Stieg Larsson.

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