60 Motivational Queen Rania Quotes On Education & Life

Rania Al-Abdullah is the queen consort of Jordan. Born in Kuwait to a Palestinian family, she later moved to Jordan for work, where she met the then Prince Abdullah. This motivational Queen Rania quotes will motivate you.

Best Queen Rania Quotes

  1. We are stronger when we listen, and smarter when we share. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  2. Learning to read and write changes lives; it means jobs, money, health, and dreams fulfilled. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  3. At the end of the day, the position is just a position, a title is just a title, and those things come and go. It’s really your essence and your values that are important. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  4. A woman caring for her children; a woman striving to excel in the private sector; a woman partnering with her neighbors to make their street safer; a woman running for office to improve her country – they all have something to offer, and the more our societies empower women, the more we receive in return. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  5. Good teachers teach. Great teachers transform. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan

  6. If one girl with courage is a revolution, imagine what feats we can achieve together. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  7. You cannot kill an ideology with a bullet. You can only kill it with a better idea. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  8. Values are the shields that you carry throughout life and it protects you from whatever life throws at you. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  9. I believe that if we want our children to understand the world beyond their classroom, we must bring the world into their classroom. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  10. We look at problems happening halfway across the world and we think, ‘Well, that’s their problem.’ But it’s not. … When you solve somebody else’s problem, you’re solving a problem for yourself because our world today is so interconnected. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  11. When you educate a girl, you kick-start a cycle of success. It makes economic sense. It makes social sense. It makes moral sense. But, it seems, it’s not common sense yet. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  12. I don’t believe there is a clash between cultures. I believe there is a clash between the perceptions of each other. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  13. We shouldn’t judge people through the prism of our own stereotypes. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  14. Children keep us in check. Their laughter prevents our hearts from hardening. Their dreams ensure we never lose our drive to make ours a better world. They are the greatest disciplinarians known to mankind. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  15. Being popular comes when you have everything. But to be liked, it means that you must be treating people with respect and you must be showing kindness toward them. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  16. The youth are the catalysts for real change.

  17. My role models are people who can do things; I say to myself, “I wish I could do that.” Like women who endure hardships and turn their luck around and bring up children on their own and start a business. Or a social worker who leaves his country, his comfort, his friends, and goes far away to help people he doesn’t know. I want to evolve into that, ultimately. I want to be that person who could sacrifice everything for others. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  18. Modernity is not about dress codes. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  19. I really feel that political will is born out of the popular will. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  20. Look at any country that’s plagued with poverty, disease, or violence; the antidote is girls. Girls are antibodies to many of society’s ills. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  21. Educate a woman and you educate her family. Educate a girl and you change the future. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan

  22. We always say Jordan is not rich in natural resources – we don’t have oil or gas like some of our neighbors do – but I think in terms of human resources, we are quite lucky and we are really trying to foster an environment of innovation and technology. I think Jordan will emerge as a center of innovation in the Middle East. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  23. Travelers are the greatest ambassadors of tolerance. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  24. Whatever title or office we may be privileged to hold, it is what we do that defines who we are … Each of us must decide what kind of person we want to be what kind of legacy that we want to pass on. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  25. I don’t lose sleep over failures. I worry about the successes and how they can be replicated. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  26. To achieve a lasting peace in the Middle East takes guts, not guns. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  27. I think generally, in life, I try to always ensure that there are periodic moments where I do venture out of my comfort zone because that’s what keeps you alive. That’s what keeps you from getting stale. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  28. Being queen is overrated. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan

  29. Holy Scripture does not hold women back. It’s the people that decide to interpret it in such a way for their own, sometimes political, agendas. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  30. I don’t know if I’d put labels on myself, but I do feel that when women are empowered, they have the power to transform society. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  31. If you educate a boy, you educate a person, but if you educate a girl, you educate a family and benefit an entire community.” An entire community – now that is really interesting! Then I found the quote changed a little more on the Kingdom of Jordan website by her Royal Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan during her interview with Oprah Winfrey. Queen Rania relates the quote in these words: “As you educate a woman, you educate the family. If you educate the girls, you educate the future. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  32. I want to be that person who could sacrifice everything for others. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  33. For many, the hijab represents modesty, piety, and devotion to God, and I truly respect that. But the hijab should not be used as a means of applying social pressure on people. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  34. When girls are educated, you get effects that cascade throughout society. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan

  35. The more time goes on, the closer I am to the ground. I’ve been exposed to so many issues and people living under different pressures. It’s helped me realize that a lot of glamorous things that people prioritize really don’t matter. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan Quotes
  36. I have nothing against the veil. And I think that, wrongly, many in the West look at the veil as a symbol of oppression. Now, as long as a woman chooses to wear the veil because that’s her belief and because of her own – that’s a personal relationship with God, so she should be free to dress in whichever way she wants. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  37. Women in Jordan are participating in all aspects of civil as well as political life – as female judges, parliamentarians, businesswomen. And the evolution will continue. This is not something that happens overnight. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  38. Social media are a catalyst for the advancement of everyone’s rights. It’s where we’re reminded that we’re all human and all equal. It’s where people can find and fight for a cause, global or local, popular or specialized, even when there are hundreds of miles between them. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan Quotes
  39. My role models are people who can do things; I say to myself, ‘I wish I could do that.’ ~ Queen Rania of Jordan

  40. I’ve learned to take things a little more easily, to be a little more forgiving of myself. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  41. Of course, democracy is good, but it is a process, not a prescription. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  42. It’s about using social media for social change: creating a community of advocates who can use their voices on behalf of the voiceless, or leverage their talents, skills, knowledge, and resources to put more children into classrooms, or pressure their elected representatives to get global education top of the agenda. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  43. In education, technology can be a life-changer, a game-changer, for kids who are both in school and out of school. Technology can bring textbooks to life. The Internet can connect students to their peers in other parts of the world. It can bridge the quality gaps. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  44. Well, my husband is supportive of my work, like advocating for dialogue between cultures on YouTube. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan

  45. By its very nature, hard-line ideology is self-serving and self-perpetuating; its primary goal is to survive – and that precludes everything. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  46. Polls show that Arabs admire a lot of the Western values, cultural aspects in the West. It is more about policies than about way of life. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan Quotes
  47. I’d rather be dealt with as a person than a persona. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  48. My position attracts a fair amount of rumors and gossip and misperceptions, but I’d rather not focus on that.
  49. The job description for a queen changes with the times. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  50. Twitter’s a great way to tell people across the world what I care about and, hopefully, motivate them to join me in furthering my causes. It’s also a fantastic medium to hear the ideas and opinions of people I might not otherwise get to meet. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  51. I found that being online has opened a window for me to look into other people’s lives… The greatest fear that I have is losing touch. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan

  52. We’re programmed to believe that time is the enemy, that it takes away from us or that it diminishes us. I have found that it’s done the opposite to me. Life is in perfect balance. It’s just that our perception of it isn’t.” ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  53. The hardest [part] is some of the misperceptions that are leveled against me as a person and against Muslim women. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan Quotes
  54. I don’t think people by nature are extremists. You will never find a population of extremists. Extremists have existed throughout the centuries on all religions. And what happens is, extremists, start to have more leverage when the situation is bad. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  55. People sometimes think of ‘queen’ as a title that’s shrouded with protocol and formality, and for that reason sometimes people are not easily saying what they want to say. They’re reluctant to express their opinions, and I kind of find that frustrating because I want to know what people really, really think. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  56. I’m amazed by the misconceptions about Muslim women and the Arab world that I hear, and that really does hurt me. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan

  57. Today, I join King Abdullah in Paris to stand in solidarity with the people of France in their darkest hour…To stand in unity against extremism in all its forms and to stand up for our cherished faith, Islam. And so that the lasting image of these terrible events is an unprecedented outpouring of sympathy and support between people of all faiths and cultures. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan Quotes
  58. I don’t believe that there is fair enough understanding of either our status as women or the total context of our lives, which is very rich and multi-faceted. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  59. It is all too easy to draw conclusions and make sweeping judgments about millions of Muslim women based on fleeting television images. That is not right. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan
  60. Maybe clothes are a form of creative expression for me. An outlet. Because I don’t get to express myself creatively through my official duties. ~ Queen Rania of Jordan

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