Celebrating Quotes

Quotes tagged as "celebrating" (showing 1-15 of 15)
Kamand Kojouri
“This is a day of celebration!
Today, we are divorcing the past
and marrying the present.
and you will find God
in every room.
Today, we are divorcing resentment
and marrying forgiveness.
and God will find you
in every tune.
Today, we are divorcing indifference
and marrying love.
Drink, and play that tambourine
against your thighs.
We have so much celebrating to do!”
Kamand Kojouri

Jay Woodman
“You know that feeling of invincibility you sometimes get, especially when young and testing yourself - well that could be because actually know deep down that we are indeed eternal. We come into this world to live a life, to experience it, from somewhere else, some other plane, but we are programmed by all around us to deny or forget this - until one day we may remember again. That feeling of blissful reconnection with our source can be invoked through nature, beautiful writing or art or music, any detailed craft or work of discovery or personal dedication, meditation or other mentally balancing practice, or even through religious experience if there is a pure communion (not a pretence of it). But we should not yearn to return too soon, we should accept that we have come here for the duration of each life, and revel in the chance to learn and grow on this splendid planet. We can draw a deep sense of being-ness. peace, and love from this connection, which will sustain us through any trial. Once nurtured, this becomes stronger than any other connection, so of course our relationships here are most joyful when they allow us the personal freedom to spend time developing and celebrating that connection. Our deepest friendships form with those we can share such time and experiences with - discussing, meditating, immersing ourselves in nature, or creating our music, art, written or other works. Our journeys here are voyages of discovery, opening out the wonders within and all around. What better companions could we have than those who are able to fully share in such delights with us?”
Jay Woodman

Kamand Kojouri
“You know how it goes:
at some point in your life,
you fell in love with someone
and had a glimpse of God.
Then you abandoned life and lover
and started celebrating
your love for God.”
Kamand Kojouri

Assegid Habtewold
“A greatness that doesn’t lead to personal fulfillment isn’t worth celebrating.”
Assegid Habtewold, Soft Skills That Make or Break Your Success: 12 Soft skills to master self, get along with, and lead others successfully

T.F. Hodge
“Being thankful for and celebrating what is attracts more of what can and will be.”
T.F. Hodge, From Within I Rise: Spiritual Triumph Over Death and Conscious Encounters with "The Divine Presence"

Dejan Stojanovic
“You mark and celebrate errors, transforming failures into successes.”
Dejan Stojanovic, The Sun Watches the Sun

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“To ‘live’ is to realize that without the journey the destination is nothing more than a task rigorously completed rather than an experience riotously lived.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough, Flecks of Gold on a Path of Stone: Simple Truths for Profound Living

Jay Woodman
“Music is for souls & hearts to dance & sing.
Art is for expressing your visionary being.
Words are tools for exploring & celebrating.

Time is a pool to swim & dream & create in.
Waste not one jot of what you are given!
Use everything you've got to maximise living.”
Jay Woodman

“There are many reasons to celebrate, but National Mustard Day just isn't one of them.”
Lily O'Brien

Chelsea Sedoti
“While watching the revelry in the Barn, I'd had an epiphany. Parties weren't just about who was who and being seen. It was about letting go. About celebrating that we all made it through one more boring week. Everyone came together in one place, and for a while, it was as if nothing mattered except the music and the energy and being away from all of the adults in our lives. These parties were about freedom.
And friendship. They were about friendship too.”
Chelsea Sedoti, The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett

“There are many reasons to celebrate, but National Mustard Day is just ridiculous.”
Lily O'Brien

“There are many reasons to celebrate, but National Mustard just isn't one of them.”
Lily O'Brien

“The idea of never settling for less, surely doesn't suggest not acknowledging and celebrating every accomplished step that leads to where you desire to be in the future.”
Edmond Mbiaka

“The essence of great entertaining: a seemingly effortless combination of authentic food and imagination presented with a personal touch and enjoyed in good company.”
Annie Falk