Life Purpose Quotes

Quotes tagged as "life-purpose" Showing 91-120 of 278
Shannon L. Alder
“The most glorious moment you will ever experience in your life is when you look back and see how God was protecting you all this time.”
Shannon L. Alder

Anthon St. Maarten
“Intuition goes before you, showing you the way. Emotion follows behind, to let you know when you go astray. Listen to your inner voice. It is the calling of your spiritual GPS system seeking to keep you on track towards your true destiny.”
Anthon St. Maarten, Divine Living: The Essential Guide To Your True Destiny

Shannon L. Alder
“If you truly loved someone and they couldn't be in your life you won't hurt them. You will pray for them. You will hope that they find their happiness and place in this world. You will want them to have the best life because love isn't about possession, fear or desperation. When you have a grasp on eternity you don't need to feel time is running out. Time is all you have. Love isn’t a game of musical chairs--grab a partner and sit down. It is a search for the right fit for your soul and life purpose. In a life that never ends you will either find the one that sees you as much as you see them, 0r who knows? Maybe, if there are such things as soulmates, God will introduce you, but keep you far enough apart, until each of you fulfill something more important for your growth or God’s plan. Regardless, when you can face eternity alone you will know what true love is and that letting go is not an insult to your soul. You can smile because the person you loved has your blessings of protection with them and God has your best interest also in mind. You will find that person to complete you because God wants you to, as much as you do.”
Shannon L. Alder

“You don't have to know where you're going to get exactly where you need to go.”
Marilyn A. Hepburn

“The universe is eternal; every person appears in the stream of time, and then disappears. The ego does not survive. Life is significant despite that it ends. The products of human life that we cherish – love, happiness, beauty, art, kindness, – have value without being everlasting. We must conquer human fearfulness in order to live a dignified life.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Shannon L. Alder
“Sometimes you have to walk through the fire, in order to reach your calling.”
Shannon L. Alder

“The dead are immune from our prison of Time. The distance between the living and dead may be vast, but the space of Time the dead experience when they are reunited with their loved ones is only paper-thin.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Shannon L. Alder
“Empowered Women 101: A confident woman doesn't make her whole life purpose her man. She understands that he is her counter part to achieving whatever she is to accomplish on this earth with the blessings and talents God has given her. He is part of the plan, not the whole plan.”
Shannon L. Alder

Ella Wheeler Wilcox
“Uselessness

Let mine not be the saddest fate of all,
To live beyond my greater self; to see
My faculties decaying, as the tree
Stands stark and helpless while its green leaves fall
Let me hear rather the imperious call,
Which all men dread, in my glad morning time,
And follow death ere I have reached my prime,
Or drunk the strengthening cordial of life's gall.
The lightning's stroke or the fierce tempest blast
Which fells the green tree to the earth to-day
Is kinder than the calm that lets it last,
Unhappy witness of its own decay.
May no man ever look on me and say,
'She lives, but all her usefulness is past.”
Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Poems of Cheer

“Overall, always strive to be genuine — about who you are, what you offer, and why you do what you do.”
Amy Ippoliti, The Art and Business of Teaching Yoga: The Yoga Professional's Guide to a Fulfilling Career

Belsebuub
“What you have within you in your life is what you are after death. If you have explored it to some extent, you would see how life continues after death, and know that after death the consequences of the way that you have lived follow.”
Belsebuub, Gazing into the Eternal: Reflections upon a Deeper Purpose to Living

Deborah Jane Sutton
“Do the Thing that Makes your Heart Sing”
Deborah Jane Sutton, Heal Yourself to Happiness: A Simple Guide to Raising your Vibrations and achieving the Health, Prosperity and Love you Desire

Shannon L. Alder
“At any point God can change his plans for your life when he decides your life purpose needs to be protected.”
Shannon L. Alder

Debasish Mridha
“Everyone comes to this world with one great purpose. That is to serve others.”
Debasish Mridha

“Your plans may change, don't attached to your plans, only be attached to your life purpose.”
Dr. Wanda Bonet-Gascot

Debasish Mridha
“Life becomes boring when it has no destination or purpose.”
Debasish Mridha

“It's all about energy”
Dr. Wanda Bonet-Gascot

Joseph Campbell
“The myths and folktales of the whole world make clear that the refusal is essentially a refusal to give up what one takes to be one's own interest. The future is regarded not in terms of an unremitting series of deaths and births, but as though one's own present system of ideals, virtues, goals, and advantages were to be fixed and made secure.”
Joseph Campbell, The Hero With a Thousand Faces

Catherine Carrigan
“No one else has a life purpose quite like yours.”
Catherine Carrigan, Unlimited Intuition NOW

Catherine Carrigan
“No one can do what you alone are meant to do.”
Catherine Carrigan, Unlimited Intuition NOW

Keysha Jade
“You cannot water your own plant if you are waiting on other people's approval to do so. Stop living your one and only life waiting for validation, start seeking your own inner voice to guide you.”
Keysha Jade, Intoxicated stained tears

Debasish Mridha
“Pursuit of truth, not success, is the ultimate purpose of an illuminated life.”
Debasish Mridha

Ray Bradbury
“— Мой дед говорил: «Каждый должен что-то оставить после себя. Сына, или книгу, или картину, выстроенный тобой дом или хотя бы возведённую из кирпича стену, или сшитую тобой пару башмаков, или сад, посаженный твоими руками. Что-то, чего при жизни касались твои пальцы, в чем после смерти найдет прибежище твоя душа. Люди будут смотреть на взращённое тобою дерево или цветок, и в эту минуту ты будешь жив». Мой дед говорил: «Не важно, что именно ты делаешь, важно, чтобы все, к чему ты прикасаешься, меняло форму, становилось не таким, как раньше, чтобы в нем оставалась частица тебя самого. В этом разница между человеком, просто стригущим траву на лужайке, и настоящим садовником, — говорил мне дед. — Первый пройдет, и его как не бывало, но садовник будет жить не одно поколение».”
Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451

“When you connect to a compelling cause you feel all your inner resources has been targeted to help you achieve your cause.”
Deepak Burfiwala, Self-Ignorance Is Your Problem. Self-Awareness Is Your Solution.: Success Is Your Birthright! Life Is Yours and You Are the Pilot of It, Do Something about It.

“You can not even roughly guess where you can reach in life if you pursue the path of self-education.”
Deepak Burfiwala, Self-Ignorance Is Your Problem. Self-Awareness Is Your Solution.: Success Is Your Birthright! Life Is Yours and You Are the Pilot of It, Do Something about It.

“You are here on this earth for a special reason and your job is to find that reason.”
Deepak Burfiwala, Self-Ignorance Is Your Problem. Self-Awareness Is Your Solution.: Success Is Your Birthright! Life Is Yours and You Are the Pilot of It, Do Something about It.

“What is the purpose? Do no ask. No one knows, not even God, as He advances along with us, He too, searching and being exposed to danger; He too is given a struggle. Hunger and injustice exist in the heart, as does abundance of darkness. The things you see are not specters; no matter how much blow, they will not be dispelled. They are flesh and bone. Touch them; they exist. Don't you hear a cry in the air? They are crying. What are they crying? Help! To whom they are crying? You! You: every man. Rise up. Our duty is not to ask questions, but to clasp hands one and all and mount the ascent. (Report to Greco)”
N. Kazantzakis