Getting Better Quotes

Quotes tagged as "getting-better" (showing 1-14 of 14)
Amy Neftzger
“The worst kind of brokenness is the kind that you don’t know you have.”
Amy Neftzger, The Orphanage of Miracles

Frank E. Peretti
“Don't worry about getting perfect, just keep getting better.”
Frank E. Peretti, Illusion

“They say what doesn't kill u makes u stronger.. but truth is sometimes it does kill u, it kills a part of u then it makes u stronger.”
Tilicia Haridat

William Shakespeare
“Serve God, love me, and mend.:”
William Shakespeare

Luschka van Onselen
“Acknowledging our heartache and our hardship is the first step in coping and dealing with it.”
Luschka van Onselen, Parenting In Tough Times

“Sometimes I have to pretend I feel brave before I actually do. Sometimes I never make it past the pretending part. But those days are getting fewer and further between.”
Nicole Williams

R.D. Cole
“sometimes crying is needed to feel better. The pressure of life becomes so much at times that you need to relieve it.”
R.D. Cole, Learning to Heal

Ufuoma Apoki
“If everyone just accepted you the way you are, then, probably, you'd still be the way you were. So for anyone who didn't accept you at one point, just give 'em a smile in your heart and say, "Thank You"!”
Ufuoma Apoki

Ufuoma Apoki
“I fall too easily; it gives me the chance to rise more quickly. When I feel pains in my muscles, it's only a sign that they are growing.”
Ufuoma Apoki

Jodi Aman
“But we are not separate from our children. Loving them is like loving ourselves. And getting better for them is a noble and sustaining reason.”
Jodi Aman

“Delayed gratification helps you to do more, persistent and get better reward and greater profit.”
Sunday Adelaja

Jake Vander-Ark
“The whirlwind in his brain—which had so many times tugged his pituitary in ways that made him TAKE instead of GIVE—
subsided for the very first time.
Tightness in his crotch usually corresponded with a tightness in his gut, making him want to CONTROL, to CHOKE, to SUBDUE... but not this time.
Not ever again.”
Jake Vander-Ark, Fallout Dreams

John Corey Whaley
“You've made a new friend. You say you're going in the backyard soon. You're getting better, kiddo."
"Please don't say that."
"Why not? Why shouldn't we celebrate it?"
"Because it's just too much, okay? It's not that big a deal."
"It's big enough," she said. "Who knows, in a few years you could be ready to face the world again."
"Trust me," he said. "It's not a switch I can turn on and off, Grandma.”
John Corey Whaley, Highly Illogical Behavior