Notion Quotes

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“The sharpest minds often ruin their lives by overthinking the next step, while the dull win the race with eyes closed.”
Bethany Brookbank, Write like no one is reading

“Our route toward spiritual evolution is radiantly clear. We all have our own unique individual journey to walk toward enlightenment. Living on the brink of evolutionary change means that new ground is being broken and new consciousness is being raised. Truth is of the essence – we have no dogma, no set formula, no prescribed rules, no false standards to follow. All we have is the truth within our souls. I believe most of us want to follow the light, the path of healing and not destroying our earth, but we don't have the courage, the lion heart, to follow our individual truth toward enlightenment. Giving in to our fears, we bury our “gold” beneath the false value systems of our societies, and we attempt to comfort ourselves with the notion that we have no power or responsibility for what is happening to our world. The reality is that, potentially, we all have the power of light – the White Lion – within us. The very first step is to overcome our fears. Thereafter, our hearts will lead the way.”
Linda Tucker, Mystery Of The White Lions: Children Of The Sun God

Stella Payton
“Its all about perspective, that is how you look at things. Your own thoughts and outlook defines whether an experience, event, situation whatever is good or bad. And your definition determines your response.”
Stella Payton

Anthony Liccione
“They have their opinions, but we have the answers.”
Anthony Liccione

Jacob M. Appel
“The most dangerous ideas are not those that challenge the status quo. The most dangerous ideas are those so embedded in the status quo, so wrapped in a cloud of inevitability, that we forget they are ideas at all.”
Jacob M. Appel, Phoning Home

Stephen King
“Everyone— black as well as white— thinks it's going to be better over the next jump of land.”
Stephen King, The Green Mile

Henry Hazlitt
“There is a strange idea abroad, held by all monetary cranks, that credit is something a banker gives to a man. Credit, on the contrary, is something a man already has. He has it, perhaps, because he already has marketable assets of a greater cash value than the loan for which he is asking. Or he has it because his character and past record have earned it. He brings it into the bank with him. That is why the banker makes him the loan. The banker is not giving something for nothing.”
Henry Hazlitt, Economics in One Lesson: The Shortest & Surest Way to Understand Basic Economics

Stella Payton
“Its all about perception, that is how you look at. Your own thoughts and outlook defines whether it is good or bad. And your definition determines your response.”
Stella Payton

Criss Jami
“There is this common notion that people are shallow and ignorant until they go out and see the world. I, on the other hand, went out and in comparison realized I was in pretty good standing.”
Criss Jami, Healology

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Technically, according to the notion of the will of God, there is no such a thing as a competent surgeon.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“Reality tastes like ashes”
Azereth Skivel

“Therefore, you might end up, like be dead, with still having that notion of 'not giving up' in your mind.”
Jay Mark D. Saga-ad

“...definitely believe that, there's got to be a spark to a make it feel like a home...”
Isabella koldras, poem My Home.

“All really inhabited space bears the essence of the notion of home. -Gaston Bachelard”
Louisa Thomsen Brits, The Book of Hygge: The Danish Art of Living Well

M.F. Moonzajer
“To be acknowledged that we do not believe in their misleading notion and fallacy, today, tomorrow and forever even if it costs us our life. They have suffocated people for hundreds of years and if we don’t stop them today no one else would do it tomorrow.”
M.F. Moonzajer

Anthony Liccione
“With making changes, the difficult part of trying to implement a new way, idea or thought, is getting people to believe the effect of your notion, and have them believe in themselves of adapting to something new.”
Anthony Liccione

Christina Engela
“Isn't it interesting how nationalistic attitudes foster the notion that being gay is 'un-(fill in your nationality/ religion/ culture here)'?”
Christina Engela, All That Remains

“Fancy words and ambiguous notions make you feel like your argument is valid but it exudes multiple logical fallacies, which make you continue to search for a valid point.”
Jeffrey G. Duarte