Connecting Quotes

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Mother Teresa
“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.”
Mother Teresa

Vera Nazarian
“Sometimes, reaching out and taking someone's hand is the beginning of a journey.

At other times, it is allowing another to take yours.”
Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration

Shannon L. Alder
“The Anatomy of Conflict:

If there is no communication then there is no respect. If there is no respect then there is no caring. If there is no caring then there is no understanding. If there is no understanding then there is no compassion. If there is no compassion then there is no empathy. If there is no empathy then there is no forgiveness. If there is no forgiveness then there is no kindness. If there is no kindness then there is no honesty. If there is no honesty then there is no love. If there is no love then God doesn't reside there. If God doesn't reside there then there is no peace. If there is no peace then there is no happiness. If there is no happiness ----then there IS CONFLICT BECAUSE THERE IS NO COMMUNICATION!”
Shannon L. Alder

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
“The best place for discovering what a man is is the heart of the desert. Your plane has broken down, and you walk for hours, heading for the little fort at Nutchott. You wait for the mirages of thirst to gape before you. But you arrive and you find an old sergeant who has been isolated for months among the dunes, and he is so happy to be found that he weeps. And you weep, too. In the arching immensity of the night, each tells the story of his life, each offers the other the burden of memories in which the human bond is discovered. Here two men can meet, and they bestow gifts upon each other with the dignity of ambassadors.”
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, A Sense Of Life

Carson McCullers
“For you see, when us people who know run into each other that's an event. It almost never happens. Sometimes we meet each other and neither guesses that the other is one who knows. That's a bad thing. It's happened to me a lot of times. But you see there are so few of us.”
Carson McCullers, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter

“We are taught to believe that the ‘alienation’ that we experience sometimes, when we withdraw from everything or feel alone, is a craving for something sexual, material, or in the physical - and can be cured by popping a pill in most cases. When in Truth, it’s the circuitry within our souls and minds that is hinting to be connected - to real flowing energy - outside of our TVs and computer monitors. What many of us mistaken for depression is actually a need to be understood, or to see desires come to fruition. There is absolutely nothing abnormal about feeling disconnected. Your sensitivity only means you are more human than most. If you cry, you are alive. I’d be more worried if you didn’t.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

“At the end of the day…we are anchoring into the peaceful lagoon, smiling at the majestic sun and its flirting rays, slowly slipping into the glittering ballroom of immense night skies, sipping on the platinum moon liquor under the blues of rippling waves kissing my golden foot hanging over the board of gently rocking boat, and diving into the bed of galaxies whispering magical stories of their eternal lives connecting souls…till the dawn…”
Oksana Rus

Ana Claudia Antunes
“Our body is a sacred temple
A place to connect with people.
As we aren't staying any younger
We might as well keep it stronger.”
Ana Claudia Antunes, The Tao of Physical and Spiritual

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“Confidence comes from managing our self-doubts and accepting the fact that we are working on bettering our imperfections, even while appreciating these imperfections as qualities that make us unique and likable.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, 11 Laws of Likability

Loren Weisman
“The more you engage and connect, the more engagements and connections you will have.”
Loren Weisman

Criss Jami
“Excitement is a crossroad which runs in all directions. No man lacks personality; he just never connected with you at the intersection.”
Criss Jami, Killosophy

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“Authenticity is who you are--your honest reactions, your natural energy.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, 11 Laws of Likability

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“Authenticity comes from being true to the moment, in the moment.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

“When you share your story with someone, it becomes a part of their story, too.”
Marty Rubin

Lara Williams
“But we never really connected; standing side by side like soldiers, we were just marching through. It was sort of understood we wouldn’t stay in touch beyond the last summer of school. We were stand-ins for the people we were eventually supposed to meet.”
Lara Williams, Supper Club

Kim Ha Campbell
“top connecting with the world. Connect with yourself on your beach. Stop thinking. Stop analyzing. Start feeling. Start dreaming.”
Kim Ha Campbell, Inner Peace Outer Abundance

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“Cultivate the connections that you want to have, not the ones you think you should have.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, 11 Laws of Likability

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“Being authentic will get you where you need and want to go, and it will be your path to building the most meaningful and enriching connections with others.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, 11 Laws of Likability

Gudjon Bergmann
“Bridges are made with intention. They make it possible to go between two places that were previously difficult to access.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Co-Human Harmony: Using Our Shared Humanity to Bridge Divides

Awdhesh Singh
“True knowledge is thus the key to happiness. However, you can’t have such knowledge merely from books or by listening to scholars. True knowledge comes only by experiencing life and connecting the dots. When you are aware and your mind is disciplined, true knowledge flows from all directions into your being.”
Awdhesh Singh, 31 Ways to Happiness

Steven Magee
“COVID-19 is connecting people to God.”
Steven Magee

Loren Weisman
“Instead of trying to shake 20 hands, get 30 business cards and add 40 people to your LinkedIn, consider taking the time with authentic introductions and conversations that are grounded in connection over racing to see how quickly they can find a new conversion or sale.”
Loren Weisman

Steve Maraboli
“It's amazing how busy someone gets when they have no interest in connecting with you.”
Steve Maraboli

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“This is the Law of Likability: The real you is the best you.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, 11 Laws of Likability

Gabriel Wyner
“As long as I could connect every new thing I learned to this universe, I had an easy time with math.
And I noticed that classmates who had problems with math weren’t struggling with math; they were
struggling with connections. They were trying to memorize equations, but no one had successfully
shown them how those equations connect with everything they had already learned. They were
Gabriel Wyner, Fluent Forever: How to Learn Any Language Fast and Never Forget It

Gudjon Bergmann
“If people can be around each other doing co-human things—i.e., things that everyone does, such as eating food, helping others, creating, talking about the weather, etc.—and not feel threatened, anxieties are reduced, empathy is increased, trust is built, and perceptions are changed.”
Gudjon Bergmann, Co-Human Harmony: Using Our Shared Humanity to Bridge Divides

“In today busy and fast paced environment there are too many unseen forces at work, by just connecting the dots I win BIG.”
nick catricala

“Architecture Means, Connecting the Unconnected.”
-Dipti Dhakul, Quote+/-

John Seely Brown
“If you don't have a disposition to question, you're going to fear change. But if you're comfortable questioning, experimenting, connecting things—then change is something that becomes an adventure. And if you can see it as an adventure, then you're off and running.”
John Seely Brown

Kathi Lipp
“If we don't attack the heart of the issue - the fear, guilt, and shame in our lives that cause us to buy what we don't really need - we are going to use that clutter to build our own prisons and keep us from connecting with others.”
Kathi Lipp, Clutter Free: Quick and Easy Steps to Simplifying Your Space

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