Mairead Corrigan Quotes

Saurav Singh
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Mairead Corrigan Quotes

Mairead Maguire is a Northern Irish peace activist. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1976. Mairead Maguire on January 27, 1944, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Maguire received her education in Belfast. While specific details about her educational background may not be readily available, her experiences during the Troubles likely influenced her later activism and commitment to peace.

Famous Mairead Corrigan Quotes

“One great hope lies in the fact that there is a new consciousness in our World, particularly among young people.” ~ Mairead Corrigan
“The experience of a lot of us women is that too much money is being spent on militarism and war.” ~ Mairead Corrigan
“We can rejoice and celebrate today because we are living in a miraculous time. Everything is changing and everything is possible.” ~ Mairead Corrigan
“I witnessed a lot of violence, and I found myself asking the question: Do you ever use violence to try to bring about political change?” ~ Mairead Corrigan
“We need radical thinking, creative ideas, and imagination.” ~ Mairead Corrigan
“Everyday there are people in our world that do absolutely amazing things. People of all ages are very capable of doing tremendous, courageous things in spite of their fear.” ~ Mairead Corrigan
“We are all invited to work together for peace. We shall join hands and minds to work for peace through active nonviolence. We shall help one another, encourage one another and learn from one another how to bring peace to our children and to all.” ~ Mairead Corrigan
“We have really got to create a culture in our world today where we recognize that every human life is sacred and precious and we have no right to take another human life.” ~ Mairead Corrigan
“We have to start from the fact that there are always alternatives to violence.” ~ Mairead Corrigan
“It’s okay to be scared, but fear is different. Fear is when we let being scared prevent us from doing what love requires of us.” ~ Mairead Corrigan
“Our common humanity is more important than all the things that divide us.” ~ Mairead Corrigan
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