61 Measles Quotes : Measles Sayings In Life

These measles quotes will inspire you. Measles is a highly contagious infectious disease caused by the measles virus.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging measles quotes, measles sayings, and measles proverbs.

Best Measles Quotes

  1. “Nationalism is an infantile disease. It is the measles of mankind.” ~ Albert Einstein
  2. “Love is like the measles; we all have to go through it.” ~ Jerome K. Jerome
  3. “I just want people to know the facts and science and the information… measles is preventable.” ~ Barack Obama
  4. “Love is like the measles. The older you get it, the worse the attack.” ~ Rainer Maria Rilke

  5. “Measles will always show you if someone isn’t doing a good job on vaccinations. Kids will start dying of measles.” ~ Bill Gates
  6. “When I was a child, there were not that many vaccines. I was vaccinated for polio. I actually got measles as a child. I got pertussis, whooping cough. I remember that very well.” ~ Anthony S. Fauci
  7. “Slavery may, perhaps, be best compared to the infantile disease of measles; a complaint which so commonly attacks the young of humanity in their infancy, and when gone through at that period leaves behind it so few fatal marks; but which when it normally attacks the fully developed adult becomes one of the most virulent and toxic of diseases, often permanently poisoning the constitution where it does not end in death.” ~ Olive Schreiner
  8. “Love is like the measles, all the worse when it comes late.” ~ Mary Roberts Rinehart

  9. “Having children made us look differently at all these things that we take for granted, like taking your child to get a vaccine against measles or polio.” ~ Melinda Gates
  10. “Infectious diseases introduced with Europeans, like smallpox and measles, spread from one Indian tribe to another, far in advance of Europeans themselves, and killed an estimated 95% of the New World’s Indian population.” ~ Jared Diamond
  11. “Boyhood, like measles, is one of those complaints which a man should catch young and have done with, for when it comes in middle life it is apt to be serious.” ~ P. G. Wodehouse
  12. “Golf, like measles, should be caught young.” ~ P. G. Wodehouse

  13. “Of those who die from avoidable, poverty-related causes, nearly 10 million, according to UNICEF, are children under five. They die from diseases such as measles, diarrhoea, and malaria that are easy and inexpensive to treat or prevent.” ~ Peter Singer
  14. “In any family, measles are less contagious than bad habits.” ~ Mignon McLaughlin
  15. “Of my infancy I can speak little, only I do remember that in the fourth year of my age I had the measles.” ~ William Lilly
  16. “Like the measles, love is most dangerous when it comes late in life.” ~ Lord Byron

  17. “It is well known that measles is an important development milestone in the life and maturing processes in children. Why would anybody want to stop or delay the maturation processes of children and of their immune systems?” ~ Viera Scheibner
  18. “Measles and TB evolved from diseases of our cattle, influenza from a disease of pigs, and smallpox possibly from a disease of camels. The Americas had very few native domesticated animal species from which humans could acquire such diseases.” ~ Jared Diamond
  19. “If you ask 99.9 percent of parents who have children with autism if we’d rather have the measles versus autism, we’d sign up for the measles.” ~ Jenny McCarthy
  20. “Most people catch their presuppositions from their family and surrounding society the way a child catches measles.” ~ Francis Schaeffer

  21. “Up to 90% of the total decline in the death rate of children between 1860-1965 because of whooping cough, scarlet fever, diphtheria, and measles occurred before the introduction of immunisations and antibiotics.” ~ Archie Kalokerinos
  22. “I read one psychologist’s theory that said, “Never strike a child in your anger.” When could I strike him? When he is kissing me on my birthday? When he’s recuperating from measles? Do I slap the Bible out of his hand on Sunday?” ~ Erma Bombeck
  23. “Pneumonia is a disease that often flies under the radar of not just the public but even the global health community. It kills more children under 5 years old every year than AIDS, malaria, and measles combined.” ~ Mandy Moore
  24. “My mama told me I was already in a hurry as a child. I even had measles and chicken pox at the same time” ~ Muhammad Ali

  25. “My small torrent of words dissipated into an elaborate sense of expanding and receding. It was my entrance into the radiance of imagination. This process was especially magnified within the fevers of influenza, measles, chickenpox, and mumps. I got them all and with each I was privileged with a new level of awareness. Lying deep within myself, the symmetry of a snowflake spinning above me, intensifying through my lids, I seized a most worthy souvenir, a shard of heaven’s kaleidoscope.” ~ Patti Smith
  26. “Health officials are saying the number of measles cases that originated in Disneyland continues to grow. Which is why this year after the game the Super Bowl MVPshouted, ‘No way am I going to Disneyland!'” ~ Conan O’Brien
  27. “Our young people are diseased with the theological problems of original sin, origin of evil, predestination, and the like. These never presented a practical difficulty to any man,–never darkened across any man’s road, who did not go out of his way to seek them. These are the soul’s mumps, and measles, and whooping- coughs, and those who have not caught them cannot describe their health or prescribe a cure. A simple mind will not know these enemies.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
  28. “Obsolete misleading theologies bear the same relation to the essence of true religion that scarlet fever, mumps, and measles do to education.” ~ Luther Burbank

  29. “So it’s an absolute lie that has killed thousands of kids. Because the mothers who heard that lie, many of them didn’t have their kids take either pertussis or measles vaccine, and their children are dead today. And so the people who go and engage in those anti-vaccine efforts — you know, they, they kill children. It’s a very sad thing, because these vaccines are important.” ~ Bill Gates
  30. “Love was a fever that came along a few years after chicken-pox and measles and scarlet fever.” ~ Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
  31. “Each human life hypothetically saved by implementing these [radiation] regulations costs about $2.5 billion. Such costs are absurd and immoral, especially when compared to the costs of saving lives by immunization against measles, diphtheria and pertussis, which in developing countries range between $50 and $99 per one human life saved.” ~ Zbigniew Jaworowski
  32. “Worrying about inflation now is like worrying about the measles when you might get the plague.” ~ Kenneth Rogoff

  33. “Mrs. Jo did not mean the measles, but that more serious malady called love, which is apt to ravage communities, spring and autumn, when winter gayety and summer idleness produce whole bouquets of engagements, and set young people to pairing off like the birds.” ~ Louisa May Alcott
  34. “It is very important that you should choose the person you will marry and stay with that person. There are many people now who believe in serial love, loving one person after another. I don’t think that is good for our mental health. I think we should get it over with. Love is like measles, you know. You only get it once in your lifetime and you are immune forever. I am very happy to say that is what happened to me. I am completely immune to any temptation. All men who have passed my life after I got married might as well have been sticks of furniture.” ~ Miriam
  35. “Love is sentimental measles.” ~ Charles Kingsley
  36. “Love is like the measles; we can’t have it bad but once, and the later in life we have it the tougher it goes with us.” ~ Josh Billings

  37. “Why should I be depressed? I’ve got enough money. I’ve got a job. People like me. There is no to be depressed. That’s at stupid as saying there is no reason to have asthma or there is no reason to have the measles. You know you’ve got it. It’s there. It’s not about reason.” ~ Stephen Fry
  38. “Some of the old diseases that we think are gone – case in point, measles – are back, now that somebody has spread around, in a very wicked way, the idea that these inoculations were making children autistic. Now we’re getting outbreaks that are killing children. The end result is, if you create a population that lacks immunity, and diseases are still there, you’re going to get outbreaks and you’re going to get death.” ~ Margaret Atwood
  39. “Despite the debunking, you have a small group in the last five years that hasn’t wanted to vaccinate their children, for instance, for measles. Then, all of sudden, we got an outbreak of measles and kids were starting to die from measles.” ~ Melinda Gates
  40. “Disneyland’s a mess. And it’s not just the measles. Donald Duck has bird flu. Pocahontas has small pox. The Little Mermaid has crabs. And the Monorail? Mono.” ~ Bill Maher

  41. “If only people would realize that moral principles are like measles…. They have to be caught. And only the people who’ve got them can pass on the contagion.” ~ Aldous Huxley
  42. “Vaccines [measles] have been proven to be safe, and what happens if you don’t take vaccines is children get measles and die. So the anti-vaccine crowd has, you know, kept measles around in a way that – you know, it’s a tragedy, because so much is done to make sure these things are safe.” ~ David Oshinsky
  43. “I saw the most frightening, most depressing sight I had ever seen – a row of stores with Stars of David and the word ‘Jude’ painted on them, and inside, behind half-empty counters, people in a daze, cringing like they didn’t know what hit them and didn’t know where the next blow would come from. Hitler had been in power only six months, and his boycott was already in full effect. I hadn’t been so wholly conscious of being a Jew since my bar mitzvahs, and it was the first time since I’d had the measles that I was too sick to eat.” ~ Harpo Marx
  44. “Legitimate authority to be, to do or to have; as the right to be a king, the right to do one’s neighbor, the right to have measles, and the like.” ~ Ambrose Bierce

  45. “It’s my experience that people are a lot more sympathetic if they can see you hurting, and for the millionth time in my life I wish for measles or smallpox or some other easily understood disease just to make it easier on me and also on them.” ~ Jennifer Niven
  46. “Love is like the measles; the older you are when it hits you, the harder it takes. Cheer up, you won’t die of it.” ~ Leigh Brackett
  47. “Your file was empty. Nothing. Not even an immunization record.” He didn’t even pretend to look surprised. He eased back in his seat, eyes gleaming obsidian. “And you’re telling me this because you’re afraid I might cause an outbreak? Measles or mumps?” “I’m telling you this because I want you to know that I know something about you isn’t right. You haven’t fooled everybody. I’m going to find out what you’re up to. I’m going to expose you.” “Looking forward to it.” I flushed, catching the innuendo too late.” ~ Becca Fitzpatrick
  48. “The physical signs of measles are nearly the same as those of smallpox, but nausea and inflammation is more severe, though the pains in the back are less.” ~ Avicenna

  49. “Most people catch their presuppositions from their family and surrounding society the way a child catches measles. But people with more understanding realize that their presuppositions should be chosen after a careful consideration of what world-view is true.” ~ Francis Schaeffer
  50. “I’ve had that kind of experience myself: I’m looking at a map and I see someplace that makes me think, ‘I absolutely have to go to this place, no matter what’. And most of the time, for some reason, the place is far away and hard to get to. I feel this overwhelming desire to know what kind of scenery the place has, or what people are doing there. It’s like measles – you can’t show other people exactly where the passion comes from. It’s curiosity in the purest sense. An inexplicable inspiration.” ~ Haruki Murakami
  51. “People are also dying from vaccinations. Evan, my son, died in front of me for two minutes. You ask any mother in the autism community if we’ll take the flu, the measles, over autism and day of the week. I think they need to wake up and stop hurting our kids.” ~ Jenny McCarthy
  52. “California officials want to contain a measles outbreak that originated in Disneyland last month. They are in luck because everyone who is exposed to it is still in line at Space Mountain.” ~ Conan O’Brien

  53. “There are things which some people never attempt during their whole lives, but one of these is not poetry. Poetry attacks all human beings sooner or later, and, like the measles, is mild or violent according to the age of the sufferer.” ~ Mark Twain
  54. “Aristotle, in spite of his reputation, is full of absurdities. He says that children should be conceived in the Winter, when the wind is in the North, and that if people marry too young the children will be female. He tells us that the blood of females is blacker than that of males; that the pig is the only animal liable to measles; that an elephant suffering from insomnia should have its shoulders rubbed with salt, olive-oil, and warm water; that women have fewer teeth than men, and so on. Nevertheless, he is considered by the great majority of philosophers a paragon of wisdom.” ~ Bertrand Russell
  55. “Franny has the measles, for one thing. Incidentally, did you hear her last week? She went on at beautiful length about how she used to fly all around the apartment when she was four and no one was home. The new announcer is worse than Grant – if possible, even worse than Sullivan in the old days. He said she surely dreamt that she was able to fly. The baby stood her ground like an angel. She said she knew she was able to fly because when she came down she always had dust on her fingers from touching the light bulbs.” ~ J. D. Salinger
  56. “Golf, like the measles, should be caught young, for, if postponed to riper years, the results may be serious.” ~ P. G. Wodehouse

  57. “Throughout Asia and Europe, pearls were traditionally believed to ease a range of conditions, including eye diseases, fever, insomnia, ‘female complaints’, dysentery, whooping cough, measles, loss of virility, and bed-wetting … Though nobody seems to advertise the potential for pearls to cure bed-wetting anymore.” ~ Victoria Finlay
  58. “Many persons sigh for death when it seems far off, but the inclination vanishes when the boat upsets, or the locomotive runs off the track, or the measles set it.” ~ Thomas Wentworth Higginson
  59. “In America, you can segregate the people, but the problems will travel. From slavery to equal rights, from state suppression of dissent to crime, drugs and unemployment, I can’t think of a supposedly Black issue that hasn’t wasted the original Black target group and then spread like measles to outlying white experience.” ~ June Jordan
  60. “Mumps, measles, and puppy love are terrible after twenty.” ~ Mignon McLaughlin

  61. “When you want genuine music — music that will come right home to you like a bad quarter, suffuse your system like strychnine whisky, go right through you like Brandreth’s pills, ramify your whole constitution like the measles, and break out on your hide like the pin-feather pimples on a picked goose, — when you want all this, just smash your piano, and invoke the glory-beaming banjo!” ~ Mark Twain

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