Quotes, Sayings & Idioms
The people of a nation are enslaved when, together, they are helpless to institute effective change, when the people serve the government more than the government serves them.
Gerry Spence, American trial lawyer, b. 1929
enslaved – made slaves, reduced to slavery
helpless – unable
If a job is worth doing, it’s worth doing well.
– Everything you undertake should be done thoroughly.
is worth – merits
To the point = pertinent to the subject being discussed
Neil’s comments on the latest developments in the IT sector were very apt and to the point.
apt – appropriate