Unlimited Quotes

Quotes tagged as "unlimited" (showing 1-28 of 28)
“While we are curling down in our comfort zone, the perverted talents of connectivity-designers drive us surreptitiously into a blind alley of addiction. If, however, we succeed in impeding mobiles' unlimited rule, we may be able to relish the fragrance of the ‘moment’ but also sense the vital spark and spirit of “otherness”. ("Even if the world goes down, my mobile will save me")”
Erik Pevernagie

Deepak Chopra
“One of the unique things about the human brain is that it can do only what it thinks it can do. The minute you say, "My memory isn't what it used to be ..." you are actually training your brain to live up to your diminished expectations.

Low expectations mean low results.

The first rule of super brain is that your brain is always eavesdropping on your thoughts. As it listens, it leans. If you teach it about limitation, your brain will become limited.
But what if you do the opposite? What if you teach your brain to be unlimited?”
Deepak Chopra, Super Brain: Unleashing the Explosive Power of Your Mind to Maximize Health, Happiness, and Spiritual Well-Being

Jackson Burnett
“The prairie skies can always make you see more
than what you believe.”
Jackson Burnett, The Past Never Ends

“There is always a new begining...Doors are unlimited, always open, if one closes and that moment the other opens..”
Vandana Agarwal

Toba Beta
“Today's limit ain't the same as tomorrow's.”
Toba Beta, Master of Stupidity

Toba Beta
“We don't define the unlimited.”
Toba Beta, My Ancestor Was an Ancient Astronaut

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Your mind is a key, and whatever it unlocks, the greatest treasure of all.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

“Passion is a key to unlimited success. Without it, we wither and die. It drives our hearts, our minds and our souls to achieve the best possible results.”
Sameh Elsayed

B.H. Liddell Hart
“The history of ancient Greece showed that, in a democracy, emotion dominates reason to a greater extent than in any other political system, thus giving freer rein to the passions which sweep a state into war and prevent it getting out—at any point short of the exhaustion and destruction of one or other of the opposing sides. Democracy is a system which puts a brake on preparation for war, aggressive or defensive, but it is not one that conduces to the limitation of warfare or the prospects of a good peace. No political system more easily becomes out of control when passions are aroused. These defects have been multiplied in modern democracies, since their great extension of size and their vast electorate produce a much larger volume of emotional pressure.”
B.H. Liddell Hart, The Revolution in Warfare

Kate McGahan
“Death. I wish the word could be removed from the vocabulary and from the dictionary. It simply does not exist, except in the human mind that was taught that it does exist. People think they are a body and they come to believe that when the body dies, everything they are will die too. It’s not true. The soul lives on. The soul of consciousness exists not only in the body but outside of the body too. We are all souls that cannot be contained or limited by time or space or the physical body. For souls there is no death.”
Kate McGahan, Jack McAfghan: Return from Rainbow Bridge

“Oci su kao galaksije.
Nedostizne, neobjasnjive.
Toliko prostrane, toliko tajnovite.”
Tamara Stamenkovic

C. JoyBell C.
“When you see and know that your wellspring is an Eternal Source, and not other people around you, or your past experiences, not even your life story, that is when you are able to truly give to others, without running out and without feeling empty. Because I see God in everything that I touch and feel and think and because I believe that He sees me in everything, too, hence I am able to give to others without thinking of myself as limited source. What I have doesn't come from others, it doesn’t come from my life story and it doesn’t come from a box. What I have comes from a wellspring, an Eternal Source. The good news is that it never runs out, there is plenty for all and for everyone.”
C. JoyBell C.

B.H. Liddell Hart
“In 1870, came the victory of the short-service troops of Prussia over the long-service troops of France, where conscription had but recently been reintroduced in a partial form and as a supplementary measure. That obvious contrast carried more weight into the world than all the other factors which tilted the scales against France. As a result, universal peace-time conscription was adopted by almost all countries as the basis of their military system. This ensured that wars would grow bigger in scale, longer in duration, and worse in effects. While conscription appeared democratic, it provided autocrats, hereditary or revolutionary, with more effective and comprehensive means of imposing their will, both in peace and war. Once the rulp of compulsory service in arms was established for the young men of a nation, it was an obvious and easy transition to the servitude of the whole population. Totalitarian tyranny is the twin of total warfare—which might aptly be termed a reversion to tribal warfare on a larger scale.”
B.H. Liddell Hart, The Revolution in Warfare

Davis Bunn
“I was thinking..."
"We know," Pedro said, "It was like sitting next to a pressure cooker”
Davis Bunn, Unlimited

“Our potential is determined by God’s potential. His potential is unlimited”
Sunday Adelaja

“The resources of the human mind are unlimited.”
Sunday Adelaja

Jay Woodman
“Go lovingly into each moment and experience your infinite being as you truly are. Feel, learn, play!”
Jay Woodman

Lailah Gifty Akita
“The Lord has unlimited resources to meet your every need.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Pearls of Wisdom: Great mind

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“I project my limits on God when faith would say that I should be projecting His limitlessness on me.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

B.H. Liddell Hart
“Universal peace-time conscription was adopted by almost all countries as the basis of their military system. This ensured that wars would grow bigger in scale, longer in duration, and worse in effects. While conscription appeared democratic, it provided autocrats, hereditary or revolutionary, with more effective and comprehensive means of imposing their will, both in peace and war. Once the rule of compulsory service in arms was established for the young men of a nation, it was an obvious and easy transition to the servitude of the whole population. Totalitarian tyranny is the twin of total warfare —which might aptly be termed a reversion to tribal warfare on a larger scale.”
B.H. Liddell Hart

Chetan M. Kumbhar
“A lonely human we think is lonely.
Freakin thoughts surround it.
A lonely bird we think is lonely.
Damn! Did you see!
The giant nature around it.
Disrespectful of nature if we be,
lonely are only we.”
Chetan M. Kumbhar, Panasu The Golden City & The Capasstars

Munia Khan
“The wind and sky know that there is no joy in unlimited freedom”
Munia Khan

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“We tend to deny our humanity because in accepting the fullness of it, we would need to confess how little we’ve done with it.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“What is an adventure, I might ask? And in the asking, I might begin to understand that my adventures are sorely limited to the confines of my lackluster imagination. Therefore, an adventure of the most robust and wild sort must be constructed by an unlimited imagination. And unless I am mistaken, only God has an imagination like that.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Jon Kabat-Zinn
“There is really no natural limit to the practice of loving kindness in meditation or in one’s life. It is an ongoing, ever-expanding realization of interconnectedness. It is also its embodiment. When you can love one tree or one flower or one dog or one place, or one person or yourself for one moment, you can find all people, all places, all suffering, all harmony in that one moment. Practicing in this way is not trying to change anything or get anywhere, although it might look like it on the surface. What it is really doing is uncovering what is always present. Love and kindness are here all the time, somewhere, in fact, everywhere. Usually our ability to touch them and be touched by them lies buried below our own fears and hurts, below our greed and our hatreds, below our desperate clinging to the illusion that we are truly separate and alone. (…).
Make sure that you are not trying to help anybody else or the planet. Rather, you are simply holding them in awareness, honoring them, wishing them well, opening to their pain with kindness and compassion and acceptance.”
Jon Kabat-Zinn, Wherever You Go, There You Are: Mindfulness Meditation in Everyday Life

Lailah Gifty Akita
“You have unlimited resources, begin your work!”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Pearls of Wisdom: Great mind

“The human resource is limited to the duration of his/ her lifespan, while time is unlimited.”
Sunday Adelaja