Tests Quotes

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Shannon L. Alder
“Forget what hurt you in the past, but never forget what it taught you. However, if it taught you to hold onto grudges, seek revenge, not forgive or show compassion, to categorize people as good or bad, to distrust and be guarded with your feelings then you didn’t learn a thing. God doesn’t bring you lessons to close your heart. He brings you lessons to open it, by developing compassion, learning to listen, seeking to understand instead of speculating, practicing empathy and developing conflict resolution through communication. If he brought you perfect people, how would you ever learn to spiritually evolve?”
Shannon L. Alder

Shannon L. Alder
“When you let go of control and commit yourself to happiness, it is so easy to offer compassion and forgiveness. This propels you from the past, into the present. People that are negative, spend so much time trying to control situations and blame others for their problems. Committing yourself to staying positive is a daily mantra that states, “I have control over how I plan to react, feel, think and believe in the present. No one guides the tone of my life, except me!”
Shannon L. Alder

T.F. Hodge
“You cannot build a dream on a foundation of sand. To weather the test of storms, it must be cemented in the heart with uncompromising conviction.”
T.F. Hodge, From Within I Rise: Spiritual Triumph Over Death and Conscious Encounters with "The Divine Presence"

Michael  Grant
“Quinn sat back down. He leaned forward, elbows on knees. "Man, don't you remember taking tests in school? Multiple choice: A, B, C, D, or E, all of the above.
"Yeah?"
"Dude, sometimes the answer is 'all of the above.' This places needs you. And it needs Astrid. And it needs Sam. It's all of the above, Albert.”
Michael Grant, Lies

Nora Roberts
“You love tests?"
"Well, yeah. There are questions and answers. True or false, multiple choice, essay. What's not to love?”
Nora Roberts, Tribute

O.R. Melling
“You can't really know what you are made of until you are tested.”
O. R. Melling

Shannon L. Alder
“What lies between where you are and where you want to be sometimes requires traveling through the Twilight Zone.”
Shannon L. Alder

Abhaidev
“Are IQ tests sacrosanct? Or do you think there is only one kind of intelligence? What about creativity? Or intuitive or emotional intelligence?”
Abhaidev, The Influencer: Speed Must Have a Limit

Joann Sfar
“You've been the rabbi here for thirty years and these guys who've never set foot here want to decide who should be rabbi or not. And to lead prayer in Hebrew for Jews who speak Arabic, they want you to write in French. So I say they're nuts.”
Joann Sfar, The Rabbi's Cat

Karl Kristian Flores
“They say you’re always at the place you need to be.
But perhaps it’s not so that we go to stay, but see to leave.”
Karl Kristian Flores, Can I Tell You Something?

L.J. Shen
“Grandmomma always said people were like tacos—the harder they were, the easier they broke. Being soft meant being adaptive, more flexible. “When you’re soft, you can contain more. And if you contain more, the world can’t break you.”
L.J. Shen, Playing with Fire

“Life gives you what you settle for.”
James Serengia

Tracy K. Smith
“Is this some enigmatic type of test? What if we
Fail? How and to whom do we address our appeal?”
Tracy K. Smith, Wade in the Water: Poems

Tony Wagner
“Students were asked only factual recall questions and then given a writing assignment that was, in my opinion, more suited to an elementary school class. They were not asked for their interpretations of the story. They were not asked to discuss a real moral dilemma in their lives and compare it to the one in the story. And they were not asked to write an essay where they would have to analyze a theme of an idea using supporting evidence. In other words, there was no intellectual rigor. Chapter 1”
Tony Wagner

Adiela Akoo
“What is this life that wraps us up in tests?
That has us fleeing the demons of yesterday,
only to find them further down the path,
waiting to trip us up again?”
Adiela Akoo

Steven Magee
“I became wary of medical blood and urine tests and came to regard them as very misleading.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“If your doctor relies on blood and urine tests to diagnose and treat you, then you could be in serious trouble.”
Steven Magee

“You can fail every test and still be a success in life.”
Marty Rubin

Russell M. Nelson
“Your challenges in life are best understood in the light of divine perspective. Trials and tests are necessary for your education and refinement. This doctrine is stated in the 101st section of Doctrine and Covenants. Speaking of those who will be gathered into the fold of Christ. Jesus said, "Yet I will own them, and they shall be mine in that day when I shall come to make up my jewels.”
Russell M. Nelson, Accomplishing the Impossible: What God Does, What We Can Do

Emilyann Allen
“It takes the lessons to learn and grow. 
It takes the growth to pass the tests.”
Emilyann Allen (pseudonyms Emilyann Phoenix and Emilyann Girdner)

Emilyann Allen
“It takes the lessons to grow.
It takes the growth to pass the tests.”
Emilyann Allen (pseudonyms Emilyann Phoenix and Emilyann Girdner)

Steven Magee
“I got fed up of my doctors saying ‘Your medical insurance does not cover the tests that you need’ during my journey through the USA healthcare system.”
Steven Magee

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“I am not sure what you are going through. I don’t know the problem you are facing and I might not even understand, but I know that God won’t fail you and God will help you, trust in him.

Luke 18:27
Jeremiah 32:17”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

Amy Wolf
“After a nine-headed Hydra, the ACT was kind of a letdown.”
Amy Wolf, The Twelve Labors of Nick

A.D. Aliwat
“Demons can exist in purgatory or limbo, just as they exist on Earth, but they are there to test the soul of the sinner.”
A.D. Aliwat, In Limbo

A.D. Aliwat
“Another little test. God’s just full of ’em.”
A.D. Aliwat, In Limbo

Richard Mitchell
“Which will be detected by an intelligence test: the ability to make some rationally demonstrable conclusion as to whether suffering injustice is better than inflicting, or the ability to tell where the trains will meet? Is it possible that we might meet some person who does indeed give himself to consider whether patience is a fixed or a changeable attribute, but can not for the life of him tell you which diagram was made from which? And one more question: How did the makers of the intelligence test come to "know" what intelligence is, that they can devise ways to measure it, and then pronounce its worth in numbers?”
Richard Mitchell, The Gift of Fire

“Life isn't a test. You can't fail.”
Marty Rubin

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