Life Choices Quotes

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Roman Payne
“Never did the world make a queen of a girl who hides in houses and dreams without traveling.”
Roman Payne, The Wanderess

Germany Kent
“It's a funny thing about life, once you begin to take note of the things you are grateful for, you begin to lose sight of the things that you lack.”
Germany Kent
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Joyce Rachelle
“Don't be afraid to make mistakes. But if you do, make new ones. Life is too short to make the wrong choice twice.”
Joyce Rachelle

Sherrilyn Kenyon
“The worst decisions in life we make are always the one we make out of fear.”
Sherrilyn Kenyon, Born of Betrayal

“All you can do in regard to your own life is choose the best path that you believe in.”
Ichiro Kishimi, The Courage to Be Disliked: How to Free Yourself, Change your Life and Achieve Real Happiness

“You already made the choice, you are simply here to walk it.”
L.J Vanier

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“The emptiness in our lives is due to the ‘absence of all the right things,’ and the ‘presence of all the wrong things.’ And if there’s some sort of silver-lining to be found in feeling empty, it’s that we’ve been successful at doing both of the above.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

“No one can save a person from his or her thoughts and deeds except oneself. We can reach for particles of light to escape our dark chambers or continue to live with an inky soul. We make the choices that become our destiny.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Suzanne Woods Fisher
“Better to stop one paddle short than one too far.”
Suzanne Woods Fisher, A Lancaster County Christmas

“It can be tough to recognize that you need to leave something behind to be able to get where you want to go. Sometimes the reason we have carried something in our pack for so long is that someone we trusted told us we would need it. Even when it has become obvious the advice given us does not match our experience, it can be difficult to reconcile the advice with the reality of our situation. Consequently, many will continue carrying unnecessary burdens. While this added weight might be manageable walking on flat ground when the terrain becomes more demanding and the pace more important, it will become increasingly difficult to keep up. This is why an approach to life that worked at one point does not always work at another point. If you are seeking to maximize your life, you cannot do so without making tough choices.”
Nathan Mellor, Sleeping Giants: Authentic Stories and Insights for Building a Life That Matters

Donna Goddard
“When we give our attention and love to anything in life, it is a significant offering. We only have so much time. What we spend it on and who we give it to will determine the course of our life.”
Donna Goddard, Faith

“Wherever the road leads you, always know that it is the best one for you because you cant keep choosing the road that’s not meant for you.”
Raihan Zubir

“. . . she thought, brightly, This is the worst life decision I have ever made! And she marveled at herself for a while, at the mystery of this person who'd just done this bizarre, inexplicable thing.”
Kristen Roupenian, You Know You Want This

Richie Norton
“Destiny is not fate, it's navigation.”
Richie Norton

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“We can choose to go wherever the winds of life happen to blow us, or we can intentionally chart a course that will blow us away. And as I ponder that thought, I realize that there are very few decisions in life whose destinations are so frighteningly opposite.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

“Free will and the choices that we make every day provides for self-identification. We all hold the plenary powers of discretion to script who and what we are. Self-determination comes from refusal to passively accept whatever doctrine is convenient and move beyond glib answers and popular canons to staunch the torrent of life’s abuses. Intensely pushing forward into troubled waters the clear becomes murky, the certain become problematic, and the real become ethereal. Striping our consciousness of all familiar handholds can lead to dissolution of the sense of a transient self. Disintegration of a preconceived notion of self-identity can lead to either psychosis or a degree of self-mastery, depending upon an individual’s ability to absorb and integrate the secret reserves of their psyche power. Self-awareness comes at a high price but it has distinct rewards. Shrewdly shredded of all falsities we can see what is apparent. Brusquely scouring our brain of layers of toxic emotional sludge reveals a sterling center point. Starting anew we can launch ourselves in a more charming and cheerful image that is both natural and necessary to build upon in order to achieve and sustain our robust constitutional fortitude.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Nozer Kanga
“Our choices allow us to shape our own soul personalities.”
Nozer Kanga, Living with Consciousness: Everyday Inspirations for Spiritual Growth and Personal Fulfillment

“In the late afternoon of their life, a precautious person outgrows the fulsome myths that fueled their impressionable youth. Perceived truths of a fawning youth no longer appear self-evident. A previously established cultural script and its lavish adornments that guided me to the crucial midpoint were no longer relevant. Impetuous acts of spontaneity that demarked my boisterous and animated youth were now irresponsible affections. When I aged and encountered the red claws of a carnivorous existence, I grew weary of the bone meal journey into the unknown. I was suspicious of other people, mistrustful of my personal abilities, and contemptuous of my nascent life plan. New truths must be uncovered. I must fuse an innovative philosophy out of the modest pinpoints of experience garnered in traversing the rocky terrain of living a thespian’s stage-managed existence. Reaching a critical juncture in life, I need to make sense of the past, come to terms with the present, take a cold-eyed assessment of my future prospects, and decide what to do.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Donna Goddard
“Relationships matter. Who they are with and in what form they manifest is secondary to the quality of the relationship. Is it truthful? Is it life-changing? Are we present? Is the other person “there”? Does it engage us? Does it help us grow? Relationships ultimately teach us love but we need to be available to learn it.”
Donna Goddard, Love's Longing

“Each day when we awaken from the bookmark of yesterday’s turmoil, we make choices of how to conduct our personal affairs. Each day we must decide if we will act humanely, ethically, and accord dignity to everyone whom we encounter. Each day of living, I fill out a personal diary. I must never be too afraid to wield the pen giving authorship to my own being. Each day is a test and with each day, we fill the pages of the novel that says who we are. Our acts and omissions mark our progress. Every action is a new sentence in our self-profile. Every failure to act is a blank page. We rightfully scorn the shallow author if he or she takes shortcuts and never attempts to gather a grain of personal enlightenment, if they brazenly fail to exhibit any sense dignity, or if they ignorantly lack any tincture of kindliness for other people. We all respond to someone whom loves other people, worships nature, and demonstrates that they know how to share their benevolence with other people.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Abby Gordon
“He either denounced the two of them to his father and the Elders of York or he stood for the words he'd been taught and believed in since he'd first picked up a sword - to live an honorable life as befitted a Rose of York.
Abby Gordon, Justice of the Root

“Each person must choose their own version of reality by living in a manner that ensures personal survival, appeals to their innate intelligence, and corresponds with their virtuous life decisions. … Each person must ascertain the proper and natural way to lead his or her individual life. We live only once and seek to make our singular existence count by leaving a personalized mark upon the world by contributing to human happiness or advancement in knowledge or in the arts.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Sarah Winman
“/A weekend toward the end of September, the bell above the door rang and there he was in the shop. Same old feeling in my guts.
I’ll go if you want me to, he said.
I smiled, I was so fucking happy to see him.
You’ve only just got here, you twat, I said. Now give us a hand with this, and he took the other end of the trestle table and moved it over to the wall. Pub? I said.
He grinned. And before I could say anything else he put his arms around me. And everything he couldn’t say in our room in France was said in that moment. I know, I said. I know. I’d already accepted I wasn’t the key to unlock him.
She’d come later.
It took a while to acknowledge the repercussions of that time. How the numbness in my fingertips traveled to my heart and I never even knew it.
I had crushes, I had lovers, I had orgasms. My trilogy of desire, I liked to call it, but I’d no great love after him, not really. Love and sex became separated by a wide river and one the ferryman refused to cross. The psychiatrist liked that analogy. I watched him write it down. Chuckle, chuckle, his pen across the page.”
Sarah Winman, Tin Man

“The biggest practical decisions for a man to make in his life are twofold: first, whom to marry, if anyone at all, and secondly, what work to do for a living. Marriage ties a man to the finite world of mortgages, overstuffed furniture, doctor bills, college savings plan for children, and the worries of how to support a wife once a man no longer feels capable of working every day. If a man chooses not to marry, his life probably will be less rich emotionally, but his occupational choice is less crucial since he can fritter about through life. In contrast, a man whom wishes to marry has a limited opportunity to pick an occupation, before he casts his future in concrete boots. Once a man marries, the possibility of changing careers grows remote. The importance of remaining at a dependable job to ensure financial support for his growing entourage will trump any unhappiness that he feels in his occupation.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Richie Norton
“Own your life regardless of the frauds.⁣”
Richie Norton

Richie Norton
“We are not too young or old to live our dreams...but we do act out our mindset.”
Richie Norton

Glennon Doyle
“I left my husband to build a life with Abby for the same reason I left booze to become a mother eighteen years ago. Because suddenly I was able to imagine a truer, more beautiful existence for myself than the one I was living.”
Glennon Doyle, Untamed

Yasmina Diallo
“It’s very possible that you one day end up feeling like there’s no need for you to date after all. Maybe you won’t need anything other than your job and a hobby. Maybe living with a pet and going out with your girlfriends every other weekend will be more than enough companionship for you.”
Yasmina Diallo, From Catwalk To Freedom

“Learn how to ask and choose to listen.
When it comes to other people lives, don’t make assumptions, but ask them and choose to listen to them. Choose to stop projecting your thoughts, life experiences, feelings or what you went through to other peoples lives.”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

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