Motto In Life Quotes

Quotes tagged as "motto-in-life" (showing 1-10 of 10)
“Everything flows and nothing stays.”

“The chief end of man is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever”
Westminster Shorter Catechism

Mark Helprin
“All you need do is refrain from smoking, drinking and the use of drugs. Eat only wholesome,low-fat foods, with the emphasis on vegetables, grains and fish. Seek work. Work hard. Show up on time. Do more than is expected. Think of ways to make the job efficient. Don't complain. Shave, bathe and wear clean clothes. Be cheerful. Don't gamble. Live within your means. Save. And then, when you have all this in balance, study things of substance. Read to satisfy your curiosity. Don't father children out of wedlock or bear them as a single mother. Exercise. You will find that you will be promoted - perhaps not knighted, but promoted. Is that doesn't happen, look quietly for a better position. Find a husband or a wife whom you love and who has the same good habits. Invest. Assume a mortgage if you must. Teach your children the virtues. And then, having become the means of production, you will own your share of the means of production, and if you do those things, all of which are within your power, you will live your own lives."

They looked at him as if he were an armadillo that has just spoken to them in Chinese. Not having assimilated a single phrase, they all got up and went to the bus.”
Mark Helprin, Freddy and Fredericka

Barbara Bretton
“Moderation, honey, in all things but love and chocolate. That's my motto.”
Barbara Bretton, A Soft Place to Fall

Robert Baden-Powell
“Be Prepared”
Robert Baden-Powell, Scouting for Boys: A Handbook for Instruction in Good Citizenship

Adhish Mazumder
“Reinvent Yourself.
Redesign Yourself.
Reform Yourself.
Restore Yourself.

and if something is left of you till then

Appreciate Yourself.”
Adhish Mazumder

“Find the silver lining in the darkest of clouds...”

William Walker Atkinson
“energy and invincible determination, these two things will sweep away mighty barriers and will surmount the greatest obstacles”
William W. Atkinson

J.M.  Sullivan
“Like Dinah says, “We can only play the cards we’ve been dealt. It doesn’t do any good to wish about things you can’t change.”
J.M. Sullivan, Alice: The Wanderland Chronicles

Gaius Julius Caesar
“Without training, they lacked knowledge.
Without knowledge, they lacked confidence.
Without confidence, they lacked victory”
Gaius Julius Caesar