Someday Quotes

Quotes tagged as "someday" (showing 1-30 of 30)
Gabrielle Zevin
“Someday, we’ll run into each other again, I know it.
Maybe I’ll be older and smarter and just plain better. If that happens,
that’s when I’ll deserve you. But now, at this moment, you can’t hook
your boat to mine, because I’m liable to sink us both.”
Gabrielle Zevin, Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac

Sara Quin
“I don't want to know that you don't want me. I don't want to know what you do without me. I don't want to know what I'll be without you. I dont wanna know. I don't wanna know.”
Sara Quin

“One day you will wonder what was so important that you put off doing the most important things. 'Someday' can be a thief in the night.”
Deborah Brown

Giorge Leedy

I can't think about you,
Without smiling.
What I wouldn’t give,
To go back there,
Take you in my arms,
Kiss you,
And tell you,
"I still love you."

It's been three decades now,
And still your smile's with me,
Your wave goodbye,
The love in your eyes,
And everything else you gave me,
Before that highway fog swept in,
And stole your spirit away.

Oh- to return by your side again,
Fish beside the Pleasant Hill Dam,
Hike through the Mayer's woods,
Hang out on your big hill,
Sleep naked in your twin bed,
Fill your room with laughter-
And marijuana smoke.

You returned home-
And I traveled on down the road,
Found new loves,
Safely took them under my wing,
And deeply into my heart.

But you know, as I do-
This wasn’t always possible.
I didn’t always have the fire-
The courage to stand tall,
The joy to expand,
Nor the love to give deeply.
These were all your gifts--
To me.

When I close my eyes for good,
And cry out-
"Lord- forgive me for I have sinned-"
I'll joyously return by your side,
Take you into my arms,
Kiss you,
And tell you,
"I still love you.”
Giorge Leedy, Uninhibited From Lust To Love

Munia Khan
“A lost road will remember your footsteps because someday you may want to return, tracing the way.”
Munia Khan

Sanhita Baruah
“The moment when you realize no one understands, no one ever did, no one ever will.
You were alone, you always will be.
But may be, just may be, someone will look up to you someday. And when they do, remember to hide those tearful eyes, to smile and to say - "look, life's so good.”
Sanhita Baruah

Sara Quin
“Might paint something I might want to hang here someday, might write something I might want to say to you someday, might do something I'd be proud of someday. Mark my words, I might be something someday.”
Sara Quin

“You know something, it’s not easy to break out of your comfort zone. People will tear you down, tell you you shouldn’t have bothered in the first place. But let me tell you something, there’s not much of a difference between a stadium full with cheering fans and an angry crowd screaming abuse at you. They’re both just making a lot of noise. How you take it is up to you. Convince yourself they’re cheering for you. You do that, and someday, they will.”

“If you want something,but you can't have it for now. Hold it, wait for the time and somehow, someday you'll get a chance that if you really want it you could have it.”

Akshay Vasu
“Maybe, someday we all will come out of those beautiful and warm shelters we have built around us and open our arms to the storms, smiling at them. Maybe, we all will finally let them take us all and throw in the middle of nowhere. Where nobody knows each other anymore, and we are all strangers again.”
Akshay Vasu

James C. Dobson
“12. There will come a day, much quicker than your parents would wish, when you will no longer be comfortable living at home. You will want to move out and establish a home of your own. After that time, your mother and father will be more like your friends than your parents. And someday, if they live long enough, you will be more like a parent to them than a son or daughter.”
James C. Dobson, Life on the Edge: The Next Generation's Guide to a Meaningful Future

Richelle E. Goodrich
“Maybe not here and now, but somewhere, someday.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Making Wishes

Eric Samuel Timm
“Heaven will happen someday, but let's not wait. Heaven can start now.”
Eric Samuel Timm, Static Jedi: The Art of Hearing God Through the Noise

Andrew Kendall
“I believe in the simple things--the classic beginning of once upon a time, that good conquers evil in the end, fantasy and fate. My life is that of wondrous enchantment, a place of endless possibilities and dreams, where inspiration is found in the oddest of places. I aspire to inspire, and someday I will change the world,”
Andrew Kendall, The Dark Dictionary: A Guide to Help Eradicate Your Darkness, Restore Your Light, and Redefine Your Life.

Akshay Vasu
“You can never heal completely. The scars will always stay behind, just to remind how cruel the time was once to you. But someday, you will learn to see beauty in the world that gave you these scars. And your eyes will shine with no lies in it. That day, you become beautiful. With baring all the scars, Which you always tried to hide from everyone.”
Akshay Vasu

Israelmore Ayivor
“Someday", you said you'd do it yesterday; Yesterday, you said you'll do it today. Today, if you push it to tomorrow, it's likely tomorrow, you'll shift it to "Someday"! Do it now!”
Israelmore Ayivor, Daily Drive 365

James C. Dobson
“Jesus Christ is the source—the only source—of meaning in life. He provides the only satisfactory explanation for why we’re here and where we’re going. Because of this good news, the final heartbeat for the Christian is not the mysterious conclusion to a meaningless existence. It is, rather, the grand beginning to a life that will never end. That same Lord is waiting to embrace and forgive anyone who comes to Him in humility and repentance. He is calling your name, just as He called the name of Pete Maravich. His promise of eternal life offers the only hope for humanity. If you have never met this Jesus, I suggest that you seek spiritual counsel from a Christian leader who can offer guidance. You can also write to me, if that would help. Thanks for reading along with me. I hope to meet you someday. If our paths don’t cross this side of heaven, I’ll be looking for you in that eternal city. By all means, Be there!”
James C. Dobson, Life on the Edge: The Next Generation's Guide to a Meaningful Future

Munia Khan
“Every known thing used to be unknown
And every rock could become a stone
Someday nature will have to atone
When soul sees dead flesh leaving the bone”
Munia Khan

Munia Khan
“My body weeps to live
when you make me believe
that someday I will be dead
soul sleepless in graveyard's bed”
Munia Khan

“Someday you will miss today.”

“This was real life, not a book. And in
real life, people met, nothing happened, and you went
Danielle Steele

Munia Khan
“When something means nothing to you, you can do everything you want; but someday, somehow you may have to pay for it.”
Munia Khan

David A. Koop
“Instead of a bucket list Someday Challenge™ wants you to create your Someday Slate™, a list of the things that you have promised yourself to do, things that you planned to do someday! Completing your Someday Slate™ will get you started on finally living your passion now.”
David A. Koop

Khadija Rupa
“Someday, even my existence would be felt.”
Khadija Rupa, Unexpressed Feelings

Stephanie Klein
“Here's what I've learned about "soon"; it's short for "someday." We make space in our lives for what matters, now. Not in promises and soons, but on mantels with sterling frames, in shelves we clear to make room for our now. Everything else i talk.”
Stephanie Klein, Straight Up and Dirty

“When you say “SOMEDAY I’ll Live my dreams,” that is the eighth day of the week; it never comes. Start working for your dreams TODAY.”
Vikrmn, Guru with Guitar

“I wish I could see you some day,
Just for a moment, just see you,

I wish I could hear from you some day,
Just for a moment, just here you,

I wish I could live my whole life in that moment.”
Ratish Edwards

James C. Dobson
“That kind of forgiveness is of God. And if they have it, they have it, and if they don't, well, maybe they'll find it someday.”
James C. Dobson, Life on the Edge: A Young Adult's Guide to a Meaningful Future