Empowered Quotes

Quotes tagged as "empowered" (showing 1-30 of 42)
Steve Maraboli
“The empowered woman is powerful beyond measure and beautiful beyond description.”
Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience

Giorge Leedy

She loved me-
And inspired me-
With transcending devotion.

It was a blessing-
To have been her son,
To have been loved-
Without conditions.

Her words of wisdom-
Opened my eyes-
To the world-
And to myself.

By seeing the best in me,
She empowered me.
By believing in me,
She transformed me.

She grew old-
And floated away,
But her love remains standing-
Eternally by my side.”
Giorge Leedy, Uninhibited From Lust To Love

John Mark Green
“One by one she slew her fears, and then planted a flower garden over their graves.”
John Mark Green

Steve Maraboli
“Don't be one of those who don't want others to be empowered. Share information. Try to make the next person, smarter.”
Steve Maraboli, Life, the Truth, and Being Free

Nicole  Lyons
“She is of the strangest beauty and the darkest courage, and when she walks with intent the earth trembles beneath her feet.”
Nicole Lyons, Hush

“Everything is within your power,
and your power is within you.”
Janice Trachtman, Catching What Life Throws at You: Inspiring True Stories of Healing

Vera Nazarian
“It does not take a great supernatural heroine or magical hero to save the world.

We all save it every day, and we all destroy it -- in our own small ways -- by every choice we make and every tiniest action resulting from that choice.

The next time you feel useless and impotent, remember what you are in fact doing in this very moment. And then observe your tiny, seemingly meaningless acts and choices coalesce and cascade together into a powerful positive whole.

The world -- if it could -- will thank you for it.

And if it does not... well, a true heroine or hero does not require it.”
Vera Nazarian

Steve Maraboli
“An empowered life begins with serious personal questions about oneself. Those answers bare the seeds of success.”
Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience

“I can certainly identify with The Villain. A Villain is someone who has a past, who is strongly opinionated, fearless, doesn't get intimated by anything, and went beyond suffering. It's an empowerment figure.”
Nuno Roque

“No matter who you are, big or small, female or man, brave or not brave, you can still be empowered and feel strong.”
Lights Poxlietner

Alexei Maxim Russell
“The world suddenly opened up, and she was coming to new realizations and a greater awareness, concerning the nature of reality, and the world, which her mortal mind had previously been unable to conceive. She smiled her radiant goddess smile and began to laugh. Her omnipresent peals of mirth resonated through the forest, seeming to echo to the edges of the universe and back. She was getting her first glimpses of the world, seen through the eyes of a goddess; the first sweet tastes of a consciousness empowered beyond all human levels of comprehension, and her spirit was in exultant bliss.”
Alexei Maxim Russell, Forgotten Lore: Volume II

Miya Yamanouchi
“The difference between a professional victim and an empowered person is NOT what has happened to them, but the way in which they REACT to what has happened to them.”
Miya Yamanouchi, Embrace Your Sexual Self: A Practical Guide for Women

“love is myself in the mirror.
i will see love every time.”
Ava, You Are Safe Here.

Stephanie Lahart
“Give yourself a break. Embrace and accept yourself for who YOU are. Love yourself and be kind to yourself. See the best in yourself! Be brave and have courage to be comfortable in your own skin. Knowing your self-worth is everything.”
Stephanie Lahart

Gary   Hopkins
“Being your own light ensures that you will never need another to pull you out of darkness again.”
Gary Hopkins

“love is my thighs,
this belly,
my eyes.

love is my speech,
the search,
my cry.

love is myself in the mirror.
i will see love every time.”
Ava, You Are Safe Here.

“When you meet & connect with the right people in life, it's like matching frequencies, you feel empowered & blessed.”
Mohsin Ali Shaukat

Stephanie Lahart
“Say It Out Loud: I AM beautiful. I AM worthy. I AM somebody. I DO deserve to be genuinely loved. I DO deserve to be respected. I DO deserve happiness.”
Stephanie Lahart

Stephanie Lahart
“Self-Worth. Self-Love. Self-Esteem. Self-Motivation. Self-Confidence. All of these things equal Self-Empowerment. Always believe in yourself, even if nobody else does!”
Stephanie Lahart

“Yes I believe a man will compliment my life oneday, but what's the rush.. I mean everyone's searching so passionately for something to fill the void and I don't want any part in that, I'm happy finding my own way untill I get swept of my feet.”
Nikki Rowe

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Most of the things we deem as impossible are only impossible because we’ve given them permission to be impossible.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

“To be empowered is to reap the harvest with God”
Sunday Adelaja

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Fear is a lethal killer of dreams, the greatest cancer that has beset passion, and a ruthless thief of lives stolen and buried in the decay of lives squandered. Yet the greatest tragedy of all is that the fear that destroys us is rarely the monster it pretends to be, nor does it possess anything close to the power that we grant it. Therefore, it is only a killer, a cancer and a thief because we empower it to be so.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Strength other than that received from God is just hype manufactured by men.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

“Far gone are the escapades of open disparage, it is the dawn of courageous hopeful hearts.”
Wayne Chirisa

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“I think that it is infinitely wiser to accept the fact that we’re afraid, for in accepting our fear we are in no way granting it the power to crush us. Rather we are finally empowering ourselves sufficiently so that we can crush it.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Val McDermid
“What it had done, however, was to give him a feeling of power and control that had taken him back to how he used to feel every day.”
Val McDermid, Insidious Intent

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