65 Radical Change Quotes On Success In Life

These radical change quotes will inspire you. Radical change believes or expresses the belief that there should be great or extreme social, economic, or political change.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging radical change quotes, radical change sayings, and radical change proverbs.

Best Radical Change Quotes

  1. “Radical changes in world politics leave America with a heightened responsibility to be, for the world, an example of a genuinely free, democratic, just and humane society.” ~ Pope John Paul II
  2. “Our conscience is not the vessel of eternal verities. It grows with our social life, and a new social condition means a radical change in conscience.” ~ Walter Lippmann
  3. “For me, ‘revolution’ simply means radical change.” ~ Aung San Suu Kyi
  4. “The advancement of all sciences, especially where there has been such a radical change, have been attended with persecution.” ~ Daniel D. Palmer
  5. “It’s a pity that the tennis is really going down the drain. Every year it’s getting worse and worse and worse. There has to be a radical change, and I hope it will be really soon.” ~ Marat Safin

  6. “You can’t make radical changes in the pattern of your life until you see yourself exactly as you are now. As soon as you do that changes will flow naturally.” ~ Henepola Gunaratana
  7. “I believe there are huge numbers of people in this country who would be willing to have radical changes in our economic and social system in order to make it a more egalitarian society and do away with homelessness and hunger and clean up the environment. But these people have no voice. They have no way of expressing themselves. Elections give them no way of expressing themselves.” ~ Howard Zinn
  8. “The human society is the extension of the individual. Therefore, if we really want a radical change, if we want a better world, we need to change individually.” ~ Samael Aun Weor
  9. “Hope is essential to any political struggle for radical change when the overall social climate promotes disillusionment and despair.” ~ Bell Hooks
  10. “To be truly happy in this world is a revolutionary act…It is a radical change of view that liberates us so that we know who we are most deeply and can acknowledge our enormous ability to love.” ~ Sharon Salzberg

  11. “Only some radical change can divert the downward course of my spirit, some startling new place or people to arrest the drift, the drag.” ~ Tennessee Williams
  12. “The time draws near, when a radical change must take place for the whole world in the management of diplomacy.” ~ Lajos Kossuth
  13. “people with a sense of fulfillment think it is a good world and would like to conserve it as it is, while the frustrated favor radical change.” ~ Eric Hoffer
  14. “I want a change and a radical change. I want a change from an acquisitive society to a functional society, from a society of go-getters to a society of go-givers.” ~ Peter Maurin

  15. “But what do we mean by the American Revolution? Do we mean the American war? The Revolution was effected before the war commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people; a change in their religious sentiments, of their duties and obligations … This radical change in the principles, opinions, sentiments, and affections of the people was the real American Revolution.” ~ John Adams
  16. “There’s a radical change in the relationship with the human being and society. Art now is an open conversation with the society. Previously there was a necessity for a little bit of screaming and shouting just to get it into the conversation.” ~ Lawrence Weiner
  17. “Charity is today a ‘political charity.’. . . it means the transformation of a society structured to benefit a few who appropriate to themselves the value of the work of others. This transformation ought to be directed toward a radical change in the foundation of society, that is, the private ownership of the means of production.” ~ Gustavo Gutiérrez
  18. “People often say that a bad event is a ‘blessing in disguise.’ Trust me, experience will teach you that some are unbelievably well disguised. Everyone gets fired, or decides to make a radical change at some point. Everyone suffers setbacks.” ~ Tom Freston
  19. “Those who expect radical changes in policy and direction are mistaken and lost. The government of the fourth republic will build on what was undertaken by previous governments and will continue with all good things.” ~ Jakaya Kikwete

  20. “Radical changes of identity, happening suddenly and in very brief intervals of time, have proved more deadly and destructive of human values than wars fought with hardware weapons.” ~ Marshall McLuhan
  21. “There is far more danger of harm than there is hope of good in any radical changes.” ~ Calvin Coolidge
  22. “If cancer specialists were to admit publicly that chemotherapy is of limited usefulness and is often dangerous, the public might demand a radical change in direction-possibly toward unorthodox and nontoxic methods, and toward cancer prevention. …The use of chemotherapy is even advocated by those members of the establishment who realize how ineffective and dangerous it can be.” ~ Ralph W. Moss
  23. “It’s necessary, sometimes, for women to embrace the company of other women even more than might seem normal. But there is no normal in this world. Radical change is necessary to counterbalance what has occurred.” ~ Frederick Lenz
  24. “It’s going to take from 40 to 118 years for the pay gap to close for women if we just go along with the status quo, so we need some serious, radical change.” ~ Patricia Arquette

  25. “A real sacrifice involves a radical change in the character of a game which cannot be effected without foresight, fantasy, and the willingness to risk.” ~ Leonid Shamkovich
  26. “The problem is that it takes physicians so long to accept a radical change. And the lag is unacceptable.” ~ Eric Topol
  27. “To save the planet, we do not need miraculous technical breakthroughs or vast amounts of capital. Essentially we need a radical change in our thinking and behavior.” ~ Ted Trainer
  28. “Nothing commends a radical change to an Englishman more than the belief that it is really conservative.” ~ H. A. L. Fisher
  29. “Man’s civility is lagging behind his technological ability. It could mean disaster and catastrophe for the whole world. We’re all sinners, every one of us, and a radical change is needed for all of us.” ~ Billy Graham

  30. “Most people consider the course of events as natural and inevitable. They little know what radical changes are possible through prayer.” ~ Paramahansa Yogananda
  31. “Tantra involves radical change, a change in states of awareness.” ~ Frederick Lenz
  32. “. . . it is worth discussing radical changes, not in the expectation that they will be adopted promptly but for two other reasons. One is to construct an ideal goal so that incremental changes can be judged by whether they move the institutional structure toward or away from that ideal. The other reason is very different. It is so that if a crisis requiring or facilitating radical change does arise, alternatives will be available that have been carefully developed and fully explored.” ~ Milton Friedman
  33. “Every time I’ve made a radical change it’s helped me feel buoyant as an artist” ~ David Bowie

  34. “Do we have to wait until a disaster overwhelms us before we make the radical changes necessary to protect our world for future generations? That is the vital challenge of sustainable development. If we act now there is much that can be saved which will otherwise disappear forever” ~ John Gummer
  35. “I don’t think I’m capable of making radical changes, but over a period of four or five years you can perceive very big changes, and they seem rather small at the time.” ~ Philip Glass
  36. “I know when we were making the film [ Age Of Trump] that we knew that there was going to be some kind of radical change coming on the horizon. That’s why it was important for us to get it out before the election.” ~ Ava DuVernay
  37. “Each season brings a world of enjoyment and interest in the watching of its unfolding, its gradual harmonious development, its culminating graces-and just as one begins to tire of it, it passes away and a radical change comes, with new witcheries and new glories in its train.” ~ Mark Twain
  38. “If someone like Musalia [Mudavadi ] ruled Kenya, he would not be able to effect the radical changes I talk about.” ~ Raila Odinga

  39. “The term revolution means: a sudden, radical, and complete change from the way things are normally done. I love that definition because I really feel that in order for us to start walking in the kind of love that Christ commanded us to – the “love your neighbor as yourself” kind – it’s going to take a radical change in our current behavior. The church has become passive and selfish and it’s going to take a revolution to get us back to the place where we are not just talking the talk, but walking in a love that shows the world Christ’s love.” ~ Joyce Meyer
  40. “The big change, the really radical change in communication, was in the late 19th century. The shift from sailing ships to telegraph is astronomical. Everything since then has been small increments, including the internet.” ~ Noam Chomsky
  41. “The big change, the really radical change in communication, was in the late 19th century. The shift from sailing ships to telegraph is astronomical. Everything since then has been small increments, including the internet. So you don’t have to wait for a letter to get to England in six weeks, you have almost instant communication. That was an enormous shift.” ~ Noam Chomsky
  42. “The key question facing those of us working in the media (old and new) is whether we embrace and adapt to the radical changes brought about by the Internet or pretend that we can somehow hop into a journalistic Way Back Machine and return to a past that no longer exists and can’t be resurrected. There is no question that, as the industry moves forward and we figure out the new rules of the road, there will be – and needs to be – a great deal of experimentation with new revenue models.” ~ Arianna Huffington
  43. “I was lucky enough to build on the work of a number of people who had already run laps around this theory-building track. The original classification scheme, years ago, distinguished radical from incremental change. The theory said that established firms managed incremental change well, but would be expected to founder when their industry encountered a radical change.” ~ Clayton Christensen
  44. “Until a radical change takes place and we wipe out all nationalities, all ideologies, all religious divisions, and establish a global relationship – psychologically first, inwardly before organizing the outer – we shall go on with wars.” ~ Jiddu Krishnamurti

  45. “Young people are more likely to be idealistic and think that radical change is both necessary and possible. They may not yet be stuck in the routinized and sterile life that work and age often bring, nor stuck in any kind of rigid way of thinking. They have great energy and can get things done.” ~ Michael Yates
  46. “America, like Britain before her, is now the great defender of the Status Quo. She has committed herself against revolution and radical change in the underdeveloped world because independent governments would destroy the world economic and political system, which assures the United States its disproportionate share of economic and political power … America’s preeminent wealth depends upon keeping things in the underdeveloped world much as they are, allowing change and modernization to proceed only in a controlled, orderly, and nonthreatening way.” ~ Richard Barnet
  47. “Life as such has to be taken as a cosmic joke – and then suddenly you relax because there is nothing to be tense about. And in that very relaxation something starts changing in you – a radical change, a transformation – and the small things of life starts having new meaning, new significance. One learns only one thing, how to rejoice in life.” ~ Rajneesh , Radical change quotes about life
  48. “The United Nations exists not merely to preserve the peace but also to make change – even radical change – possible without violent upheaval. The United Nations has no vested interest in the status quo. It seeks a more secure world, a better world, a world of progress for all peoples. In the dynamic world society which is the objective of the United Nations, all peoples must have equality and equal rights.” ~ Ralph Bunche
  49. “We’ve been given this gift, our planet, and we’ve found no other place in the universe that we can inhabit. I want to do something to create radical change to help save it. It’s our responsibility.” ~ Leonardo DiCaprio

  50. “I’m against ObamaCare, which is imposing radical change, and I would be against a conservative imposing radical change…. I don’t think right-wing social engineering is any more desirable than left-wing social engineering… I don’t think imposing radical change from the right or the left is a very good way for a free society to operate.” ~ Newt Gingrich
  51. “It is clear that global challenges must be met with an emphasis on peace, in harmony with others, with strong alliances and international consensus.
  52. Imperfect as it may be, there is no doubt that this can best be done through the United Nations, not merely to preserve peace but also to make change, even radical change, without violence.” ~ Jimmy Carter
  53. “However difficult it may be to accept what happens to us, one must understand that moments such as this give us the possibility for radical change in our behavior.” ~ Paulo Coelho

  54. “Baseball has always been slow to accept change. Only through dire pressure can any radical change be accomplished. The move of the Giants and Dodgers from New York to California brought that pressure in abundance.” ~ Ford Frick
  55. “Doubt–because doubt is not a sin, it is a sign of your intelligence. You are not responsible to any nation, to any church, to any God. You are responsible only for one thing, and that is self knowledge. And the miracle is, if you can fulfill this responsibility, you will be able to fulfill many other responsibilities without any effort. The moment you come to your own being, a revolution happens in your vision. Your whole outlook about life goes through a radical change. You start feeling new responsibilities–not as some thing to be done, not as a duty to be fulfilled, but as a joy to do.” ~ Rajneesh
  56. “For some days I quietly worked out in my own mind the metaphysics of Cosmic Unity. The more I thought about it, the more convinced I became that it was the living truth. It was logically incontrovertible. It provided for the first time a firm foundation for ethics. It offered mankind the radical change of heart and mind that was our only hope of peace at a time of desperate danger. Only one small problem remained. I must find a way to convert the world to my way of thinking.” ~ Freeman Dyson
  57. “The art of the novel, however, has fallen into such a state of stagnation – a lassitude acknowledged and discussed by the whole of critical opinion – that it is hard to imagine such an art can survive for long without some radical change. To many, the solution seems simple enough: such a change being impossible, the art of the novel is dying.” ~ Alain Robbe-Grillet
  58. “Stirner’s political praxis is quixotic. It accepts the established hierarchies of constraint as given. … Not liable to any radical change, they constitute part of the theatre housing the individual’s action. … The egoist uses the elements of the social structure as props in his self-expressive act.” ~ John Carroll

  59. “Think about the strangeness of today’s situation. Thirty, forty years ago, we were still debating about what the future will be: communist, fascist, capitalist, whatever. Today, nobody even debates these issues. We all silently accept global capitalism is here to stay. On the other hand, we are obsessed with cosmic catastrophes: the whole life on earth disintegrating, because of some virus, because of an asteroid hitting the earth, and so on. So the paradox is, that it’s much easier to imagine the end of all life on earth than a much more modest radical change in capitalism.” ~ Slavoj Žižek
  60. “Restoring prayer … will scarcely at this date solve the grievous public school problem. Public schools are expensive and massive centers for cultural and ideological brainwashing, at which they are unfortunately far more effective than in teaching the 3 R’s or in keeping simple order within the schools. Any plan to begin dismantling the public school monstrosity is met with effective opposition by the teachers’ and educators’ unions. Truly radical change is needed to shift education from public to unregulated private schooling, religious and secular, as well as home schooling by parents.” ~ Murray Rothbard
  61. “If Obama wanted to make radical changes to America’s health long-term, all he has to do is treble the price of sugar and salt.” ~ Jamie Oliver
  62. “Around the time I began starving, in the early eighties, the visual image had begun to supplant text as culture’s primary mode of communication, a radical change because images work so differently than words: They’re immediate, they hit you at levels way beneath intellect, they come fast and furious.” ~ Caroline Knapp
  63. “No radical change on the plane of history is possible without crime.” ~ Hermann Graf Keyserling

  64. “I am against war, against violence, against violent revolution, for peaceful settlement of differences, for nonviolent but nevertheless radical changes. Change is needed, and violence will not really change anything: at most it will only transfer power from one set of bull-headed authorities to another.” ~ Thomas Merton
  65. “The spirit of a production-centered, commodity-greedy society is such that only the non-conformist can defend himself sufficiently against it. Those who are seriously concerned with love as the only rational answer to the problem of human existence must, then, arrive at the conclusion that important and radical changes in our social structure are necessary if love is to become a social and not a highly individualistic, marginal phenomenon.” ~ Erich Fromm

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