Struggles In Life Quotes

Quotes tagged as "struggles-in-life" (showing 1-23 of 23)
“Personal struggles, mistakes, and perseverance are part of every person’s life story. A proper mindset can turn failure into a gift. Specific human qualities such as intelligence and adaptive skills can be cultivated through applied effort to assist a person overcome a resounding failure. Each person would be wise to ask how does a person cope – grapple – with failure? We derive strength from our struggles.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“To everyone battling a difficulty or under attack right now, smile, keep your head up, keep moving and stay positive, you'll get through it.”
Germany Kent

“We all go through struggles in life, but struggling with the same thing for the rest of your life, is definitely a choice you don't have to choose. Your true potential is far greater than your struggles, challenges and obstacles.”
Edmond Mbiaka

Kemi Sogunle
“There is strength in every struggle. Struggles create opportunities for you to become stronger, wiser and better. The moment you shift your thinking from "I cannot" to "I must," you will begin to see 'Beyond the Pain' and draw strength from within. Learn to see each obstacle as a stepping stone and watch your life change significantly.”
Kemi Sogunle, Beyond the Pain by Kemi Sogunle

Mehmet Murat ildan
“Everybody walks to somewhere or everybody runs to somewhere simply because those somewheres don’t walk to us or don’t run to us! No struggle happens, no nothing happens!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Jojo Moyes
“What we learn through sharing our memories and our sadness's and our little victories with each other is that it’s okay to feel sad. Or lost. Or angry. It’s okay to feel a whole host of things that other people might not understand, and often for a long time. Everyone has his or her own journey. We don’t judge.”
Jojo Moyes, After You

Majid Kazmi
“Do not judge my success by the destination I reached but the distance I traveled.”
Majid Kazmi, The First Dancer: How to be the first among equals and attract unlimited opportunities

“Rise up & attack the day with Passion. The struggle you're in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow.”
Napz Cherub Pellazo

Joyce Rachelle
“If you think about life simply as one big waiting room for eternity, who cares if it's not fully air conditioned?”
Joyce Rachelle

“The road to overcoming your fears could lead you to unbearable places but sometimes such gives you an edge than nothing else could give.”
Auliq Ice

“At the very end of every struggle comes a precious reward that worth all your blood, sweat and tears.”
Edmond Mbiaka,

Kerry Cue
“LIfe is your dancing bear. You assume you are in control simply because you are holding the lead and the bear hasn't turned on you. But it will turn and when it does you'll be devoured if you just sit there. To survive you must move and learn to dance with the bear.”
Kerry Cue, Forgotten Wisdom

Kara Timmins
“There is no need to work so hard. It's one of those things in life: the more you fight for it, the harder it will be.”
Kara Timmins, Eloy's Discovery

“You need to fall. You need to fail. You need struggles. You need trials. You need challenges. You need life to smack you around… to kick you when you’re down… and when you think it’s about to end… you need life to go at it again. You need heartbreak. You need debt. You need loss. You need periods of hopelessness. Do not try to hide or avoid these things. You need to face them. You need to face yourself. You need to walk through the fire. You need to go through hell to burn away all the negative labels you give yourself so you can get to the truth of who you really are. You are a creator. You are powerful. You are worthy. You are greatness. You are endless possibilities. But you won’t realize it until you overcome all of it. It’s not gonna be easy. But you will appreciate who you become in the process. Hang in there. You’re not alone. I believe in you.”
Robert Tew

“Embrace and be thankful for the struggle you're in today. That struggle is developing within you, the strength you're going to need tomorrow.”
Clyde Lee Dennis