Life Lessons Quotes

“Join the mob or go for what you want. Give yourself plenty of quiet time alone in order to get in touch with who you are…Focus power of thought. Remind yourself that the world is yours for the asking. The non-risker does not grow, you just get older. When you have decided which ideas, beliefs, relationships, and situations no longer work for you, it is time to release them. Let go of negative thoughts – view them as a flight of birds crossing your path. See them fly into view and continue on their way.’ – from Joan Root’s diary” ―Mark Seal,Wildflower: An Extraordinary Life and Untimely Death in Africa
“Kepada orang-orang yang ingkar saja Allah memberikan banyak kenikmatan dan kebahagiaan, tentu sangat mustahil Dia akan menyia-nyiakan orang-orang yang beriman kepada-Nya.” ―Haidar Musyafa,Hamka: Sebuah Novel Biografi
“In calm cold midwinter, there was a starving hunter,who lost his way in forest,and had no food no shelter,One day he woke of hunger, and started walking faster, he walked for miles and miles,but nothing saw his eyes,He trembled of an anger,his hope forever died,like thirsty bowing flower,the poor hunter cried,He started walking further,then saw a wounded deer, who lied near the river,with so much pain to bear.The deer was also hunted,by hunter like this man,her eyes were getting colder,and filled with so much fear,The hunter felt so pity,of what he saw over there,his sufferings were same as,of which were of the deer,And then they died together,as reached the starving” ―Neymat Khan
“Never stop dreaming, never stop believing, never give up, never stop trying, and never stop learning.” ―Roy T. Bennett,The Light in the Heart
“When my life became a mess, the seeds of enlightenment sprouted. Self Love soon started to grow. I fed myself compassion. I survived another season of LIFE.” ―Maria Koszler
“So many supposedly “religious” people are always eager to pass moral judgments, condemn others as sinners or give lectures about how to practice religion.” ―Zita Steele,Guide to Free Thinking: Stories & Life Lessons
“She had once seen a heron flying across the estuary and trying, while it was on the wing, to swallow an eel which it had caught. The eel, in turn, was struggling to escape from the gullet of the heron and appeared a quarter, a half, or occasionally three-quarters of the way out. The indecision expressed by both creatures was pitiable. They had taken on too much.” ―Penelope Fitzgerald,The Bookshop
“If I were to live for tomorrow, I would have lived fullest for today.” ―Santosh Kalwar