2016.05.05 - El Teide - Las Canadas - Tajinaste

Great & Truly Meaningful Quotes for Philosophical Thinking

You wouldn’t worry
so much about
what others think of you
if you realized
how seldom they do.

Eleanor Roosevelt

(1884 – 1962, American politician, diplomat, and activist;
longest-serving First Lady of the United States)

Set impossible challenges. Then catch up with them - Sir Richard Branson

There’s only one corner
of the universe
you can be certain
of improving,
and that’s
your own self.

Aldous Huxley

(1894 – 1963, English writer and philosopher)

The word ‘meaningful’
when used today
is nearly always

Paul Oscar Johnson

(1896 – 1973, American Major League Baseball outfielder)

Isn’t it funny
how day by day
nothing changes,
but when you look back,
everything is different.

Clive Staples Lewis

(1898 – 1963, Irish novelist, poet, academic and theologian)

Change your thoughts
and you change your world.

Norman Vincent Peale

(1898 – 1993, minister and author
and a progenitor of “positive thinking”)

You don’t have
to be a fantastic hero
to do certain things;
to compete.
You can be just
an ordinary chap,
sufficiently motivated
to reach challenging goals.

Sir Edmund Hillary

(1919 – 2008, New Zealand mountaineer and explorer)

Only those
who dare to fail greatly,
can ever achieve greatly.

Robert F. Kennedy

(1925 – 1968, American politician;
brother of President John F. Kennedy)

You cannot make it
as a wandering generality.
You must become
a meaningful specific.

Hilary Hinton “Zig” Ziglar

(1926 – 2012, American author and motivational speaker)

You can retire from a job,
but don’t ever retire
from making
extremely meaningful
contributions in life.

Stephen Richards Covey

(1932 – 2012, American educator, author, businessman)

For things to change,
you have to change.

Emanuel James “Jim” Rohn

(1930 – 2009, American entrepreneur and author)

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