Effortless Quotes

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S.C. Stephens
“I hid this one in hopes that you would find it long after I'm gone. I hope you find this months from now, when I'm still out there, on the road, away from you. I can't imagine what the time apart has done to us. I'm hoping we're more in love than ever. I'm hoping that when I come back, you'll move in with me. In all honesty, I'm hoping that when I come back, you'll agree to marry me someday. Because that's what I want, what I dream about. You, mine, for the rest of my life. I hope you feel the same because I don't know what I would do without you. I love you so much. But, if for some reason we're not closer, if something has gotten between us, please, I'm begging you, don't give up on me. Stay. Stay with me. Work it out with me. Just don't leave me. Please.”
S.C. Stephens

S.C. Stephens
“You don't suck another person's sucker uninvited.”
S.C. Stephens

S.C. Stephens
“I know that I’ve become one of those spouting, love-sick idiots, but what it all boils down to is three words that don’t mean enough…I love you.”
S.C. Stephens, Effortless

Tim Fargo
“Don't tell me about your effort. Show me your results.”
Tim Fargo

Kamand Kojouri
“And there's you. You're just beautiful. Effortlessly beautiful, like nature. You have the trinity of beauty: a beautiful heart, a beautiful mind, and a beautiful soul.”
Kamand Kojouri

Debbie Macomber
“Love takes something that's difficult and makes it feel so effortless.”
Debbie Macomber, The Man You'll Marry

Friedrich Nietzsche
“to have to combat one’s instincts—that is the formula for decadence: as long as life is ascending, happiness and instinct are one.”
Friedrich Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols

“It takes a lot of effort to make something look effortless”
Ben Mitchell

“The ultimate way to become the best version of yourself is to get so in touch with your own sensuality that you make life seem effortless and utterly beautiful all at the same time.”
Lebo Grand

“I was never attracted to big things―convertible Porsche's, mansions, fame, and money. I always found those things to be repulsive and energy-draining. Give me the gutters, the junkyards, the bars, the liquor stores, the grimy graffiti-ridden back alleys, the insane asylums, the pimps, the hookers, the preachers, the old, the drunkards, the junkies, the homeless, the madmen, and the madwomen. Wherever the ghetto is, that's where life is. It doesn't matter where you live, United States, United Kingdom, Sweden, you won't find a liveliness like in the ghetto anywhere else. They're the things that refill my energy tank and keep me going. Anything out of that realm is just plain, dull, and boring. Give me the cheap and effortless lifestyle. The factory job, the small one-bedroom apartments, the whores, the Budweiser six-packs, the hand-rolled cigarettes, the Tom Waits vinyls, and the old vintage typewriters. I'll be alright.”
Robert Nemerovski

Stephen Wolfram
“It's always seemed like a big mystery how nature, seemingly so effortlessly, manages to produce so much that seems to us so complex. Well, I think we found its secret. It's just sampling what's out there in the computational universe.”
Stephen Wolfram

Richelle E. Goodrich
“Hatred is prevalent on this earth because it requires no real effort, unlike the investment it takes to genuinely understand a person.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Slaying Dragons

Bethany-Kris
“If you’re funding, feeding, or fucking me, then I guess you can call me whatever the hell the you want, but only when you’re doing those things.”
Bethany-Kris, Effortless

“Ultimately, musicians of the world must come realise the potential of their calling.
Like the shamans, we may serve as healers, metaphysicians, inciters, exciters,
spiritual guides and sources of inspiration.
If the musician is illuminated from within,
he becomes a lamp that lights other lamps.
Then he is serving planet and its people,
healing what ails us. Such music is truly important.
It is said that “only one who obeys can truly command.”
When the artist is immersed in a services,
giving himself up over and over again, another paradox occurs:
He is being seen by all others as a master.”
Kenny Werner, Effortless Mastery: Liberating the Master Musician Within, Book & CD

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“It’s not that the bee hovers in the seemingly effortless way that it does that amazes me. Rather, it’s more the amount of air that it has to move in order to do that.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Ludvig Holberg
“...naar jeg er hiemme, er jeg idelig udi et Slags Arbeyd, som foraarsager Hovedbryden, saa at jeg gaaer ud alleene for at lade Hiernen have fornøden Hvile. Saadan Hvile faaes fornemmeligen udi Fruer-Stuer, hvor der forefalder gemeenligen ikke uden jævn Snak, som ingen Meditation behøver. Og er det derfore, at, naar jeg haver studeret mig en Hovedpine til, jeg ingen heller besøger, end Madame N. N., hvilken fortæller mig intet uden hvad Mad hun haver spiset den Dag, eller hvor mange Ægg hendes Høns have udlagt den Uge, eller andre saadanne Materier, hvorved Hiernen ikke brydes eller Hovedets Seener strekkes.”
Ludvig Holberg, Epistler

“Most of the beautiful things in the world are done effortlessly.”
Johnstone Muchiri

Ana Claudia Antunes
“Dialogues must appear as natural as if coming from effortless writing. It must not sweat. Your beloved readers must not sweat. But here am I, literally sweating, because my characters are literally talking dirty in a steamy sweaty and bloody scene.”
Ana Claudia Antunes, How to Make a Book

Bryant McGill
“You will be effortlessly filled with as much as you can open yourself to receive.”
Bryant McGill, Simple Reminders: Inspiration for Living Your Best Life

Pragya Tiwari
“He beams, ‘Legos, I just love it. I wanted so badly, and Mummy said I would get on my birthday. Thanks.’
He rushes to kiss my cheeks.
I wonder how effortlessly kids express their emotions.”
Pragya Tiwari, Outlet from Loneliness

Don Robertson
“...in those days (the 19th century) the children sometimes had to walk miles to school. And I mean miles. Have any of you walked even so much as one mile? I doubt it. Not that I blame you . Why walk when you can go wherever you want in a streetcar or a bus? Only stupid people walk when they can ride. Isn't that right? Isn't that what people are always telling you? Feet were invented before wheels, but so what? Getting somewhere on wheels is more comfortable, and that's what progress is all about, isn't that so? But is comfort all that good? Doesn't comfort maybe make us lazy? That's something to think about isn't it? What I mean is--we all want to accomplish something. That's the secret of what everything's all about--this business of wanting to accomplish something. But if everything is made too easy for us, how can we accomplish? I mean really accomplish. The more things we have helping us, the harder the accomplishing. We get too spoiled. We give up too easily...”
Don Robertson, The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread

Bryant McGill
“Be as light as a feather and when they reach for you — you will blow right by their grip; you will effortlessly flow to safety.”
Bryant McGill, Simple Reminders: Inspiration for Living Your Best Life

“Mind is effort, while heart is effortless! What are YOU?” ”
Ramana Pemmaraju

“LABOUR is effort, while ART is effortless! What are you?” ”
Ramana Pemmaraju