Feat Quotes

Quotes tagged as "feat" (showing 1-10 of 10)
Richard Rohr
“The most common one-liner in the Bible is, "Do not be afraid." Someone counted, and it occurs 365 times.”
Richard Rohr, Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life

Mark  Lawrence
“A warrior fears the battle he missed. More than any fight he can make his own, he fears the fight that’s gone, that ended without him, that no feat of arms can change.”
Mark Lawrence, Prince of Fools

Craig Ferguson
“I had lived in fear of the fabled terrifying visions that assail chronic drinkers, but which had not yet attacked me.”
Craig Ferguson, American on Purpose: The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot

Kamand Kojouri
“Everything I have become,
everything I will ever accomplish
cannot compare to my most
impressive feat:
I have loved you
fiercely
and
assiduously
with the very marrow
inside my bones. So that when I die,
they can crack them to find
you there. So that when I die,
they can open me up
and see your name tattooed
on the wall of my heart.
So that when I die,
my epitaph will neither
commemorate
who I was
nor what I did,
but will read:
“She loved.
And loved. And
loved.”
And so,
I smile now,
because
that is no
small thing.”
Kamand Kojouri

Galt Niederhoffer
“And she had been in love enough times to rule out the possibility that this was merely some feat of nostalgia.”
Galt Niederhoffer, The Romantics

Richelle E. Goodrich
“The least effort is the feat most likely to be accomplished.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Making Wishes

Deeanne Gist
“Drew had never before shot like he did that day, nor has he since. It was something to see. The contest had just begun when he walked up, aimed, and felled a cluster from the very top of the boughs.”
Deeanne Gist, A Bride Most Begrudging

“It is during a time of failure we bury a past and resurrect a future. Becoming righteous, discerning, and wise are our most prized possessions and across every cultures-this is the greatest feat of all human life.”
Stacy Snapp-Killian aka StacyK

Christina Engela
“At forty two years, Sona Kilroy stood tall and strapping, a powerful figure. Rising to the rank of Admiral in the Corsair fleet was no easy feat. It took intelligence, talent, determination, resilience, creative thinking, brute force, and sheer cunning to achieve – and perhaps also a large slice of luck.”
Christina Engela, Dead Beckoning