Endeavor Quotes

Quotes tagged as "endeavor" (showing 1-28 of 28)
“If we don’t live in the same vibe, it is hard to be aware of each other. When our reading differs from our neighbors’ reality, our surroundings may take a range of discordant shades and daily episodes become unrecognizable. But if we endeavor to find out, the “who is who”, the “what is what” and the “where is Waldo”, we might demonstrate our social literacy and connectedness. ("Fish for silence.")”
Erik Pevernagie

“When we feel fractured, redundant and nonessential, only bouncing back from lowliness may brighten up the story of our life. In this endeavor, “otherness” might lend a helping hand in making the road less parching. (“He did not know that she knew”)”
Erik Pevernagie

Richelle E. Goodrich
“You're not a tree. So move; make something happen.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Smile Anyway

George S. Clason
“In those things toward which we exerted our best endeavors we succeeded.”
George Clason, The Richest Man in Babylon

Criss Jami
“Few endeavors, if any at all, I find to be inherently mature or inherently immature. Maturity is neither defined by one's particular preferences nor by one's particular activities; rather, it is defined by the strength of one's character.”
Criss Jami, Healology

Dorothy Dunnett
“I don't like this war. I don't like the cold-blooded scheming at the beginning and the carnage at the end and the grumbling and the jealousies and the pettishness in the middle. I hate the lack of gallantry and grace; the self-seeking; the destruction of valuable people and things. I believe in danger and endeavor as a form of tempering but I reject it if this is the only shape it can take.”
Dorothy Dunnett, The Game of Kings

Bohdi Sanders
“Self-discipline is the cornerstone of any endeavor.”
Bohdi Sanders, Martial Arts Wisdom: Quotes, Maxims, and Stories for Martial Artists and Warriors

Richelle E. Goodrich
“Don't be afraid to try, because you never look back on life and smile at what you could have attempted. Joy only brightens your countenance over those things you did attempt.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Smile Anyway

Kamand Kojouri
“The guilt you felt
when you were smiling
and others were suffering,
the guilt you felt
when you were petty with friends
and impatient with your parents,
when you were rude to your teachers
and didn’t stand up for strangers,
that guilt
is marvellous.
It proves that you are human,
that you want to be better.
Thank this guilt for teaching you,
for making you aware.
And now endeavour to better yourself.
It is a lifelong work to become
the person we want to be.”
Kamand Kojouri

“At this age, all we need to do is to "WAIT" in our love life.
Set your priorities, Endeavor your goals!”
Marielle Arias Cleofe

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Change does not surface when you are not ready to be the catalyst. Your reaction matters, not your inaction.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Ana Monnar
“Making the ungrateful grateful is a tedious endeavor.”
Ana Monnar

“We must also teach science not as the bare body of fact, but more as human endeavor in its historic context—in the context of the effects of scientific thought on every kind of thought. We must teach it as an intellectual pursuit rather than as a body of tricks.”
Isidor Isaac Rabi

Balroop Singh
“Looking backwards
Has never been my endeavor
Lost passions… bruised emotions
Never distressed me.”
Balroop Singh

Anthony  Ryan
“Love must risk all or perish.”
Anthony Ryan, Blood Song

“Designing posters, for me, is not only a commercial pursuit but also a philosophical endeavor.”
Fang Chen

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“I can be absolutely assured that any endeavor of which God is not a part is most certainly a step backward. And any step backward is at least two steps behind where I’d be if I’d have gone forward in the first place.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough, An Intimate Collision: Encounters with Life and Jesus

Peter David
“It seemed to me that, no matter what endeavor I was involved in, I was to be something of a sham.”
Peter David, Sir Apropos of Nothing

Abhijit Naskar
“All endeavors, heroic or monstrous, scientific or philosophical, rise from the electrochemical functioning of the mind, that takes place relentlessly in the little specks of protoplasm inside the head. These specks of jelly inside the brain, known as the neurons, determine our identity, personality and everything that we are.”
Abhijit Naskar, Love, God & Neurons: Memoir of a scientist who found himself by getting lost

A.P. Sweet
“Leave me to die a lonely death.
An artist’s death.
A writer’s playground.
A painter’s background.
A philosopher’s bread and butter.
An endeavor that we
all face. I just hope that
I’m not the only one
A.P. Sweet, dead, but dreaming

T.F. Hodge
“Passion is the driving element of purpose. When one is possessed with it, labor is not perceived as toil - it is revealed as love.”
T.F. Hodge, From Within I Rise: Spiritual Triumph Over Death and Conscious Encounters with "The Divine Presence"

Haroutioun Bochnakian
“Impossible? Utopic?
But for how long?
Can any human endeavor be eternally impossible or utopic ?
A time factor should be integrated to every affirmation of utopia, or else the people affirming that would only be affirming that they are not the ones who can make it happen.”
Haroutioun Bochnakian

“If a person wants to be a true Christian, then he will endeavor to know Jesus and press towards being like Him in all things in order to reveal Him to the world.”
Sunday Adelaja

“Life is too short to waste on unproductive endeavors”
Blake L. Higginbotham

Giharu Si Perempuan Gunung
“To cultivate good intention and to actualize it require the similar endeavor. Don't turn off the goodwill”
Giharu Si Perempuan Gunung

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“For their never-ending endeavours to obtain or retain wealth, countries desperately need companies, because they—unlike most human beings—have the means of production, and human beings, because they—unlike all companies—have the means of reproduction.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana, The Use and Misuse of Children

“A positive anything however small is something towards your goal. It's better than nothing.”
Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana, Ph.D, MBA

“Against every great and noble endeavor stand a thousand mediocre minds.”
George S. Robinson, Envoys of Mankind: A Declaration of First Principles for the Governance of Space Societies