Vitality Quotes

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Susan Sontag
“Do stuff. be clenched, curious. Not waiting for inspiration's shove or society's kiss on your forehead. Pay attention. It's all about paying attention. attention is vitality. It connects you with others. It makes you eager. stay eager.”
Susan Sontag

John Ruskin
“To banish imperfection is to destroy expression, to check exertion, to paralyze vitality.”
John Ruskin, The Stones of Venice

Edith Södergran
“The inner fire is the most important thing mankind possesses.”
Edith Södergran

“If you always attach positive emotions to the things you want, and never attach negative emotions to the things you don't, then that which you desire most will invariably come your way.”
Matt D. Miller

Ogwo David Emenike
“Love springs from the inside. It is the immortal surge of passion, excitement, energy, power, strength, prosperity, recognition, respect, desire, determination, enthusiasm, confidence, courage, and vitality, that nourishes, extends and protects. It possesses an external objective - life.”
Ogwo David Emenike

John Steinbeck
“Strange how one person can saturate a room with vitality, with excitement. Then there are others, and this dame was one of them, who can drain off energy and joy, can suck pleasure dry and get no sustenance from it. Such people spread a grayness in the air about them.”
John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

John Ruskin
“No human face is exactly the same in its lines on each side, no leaf perfect in its lobes, no branch in its symmetry. All admit irregularity as they imply change; and to banish imperfection is to destroy expression, to check exertion, to paralyze vitality. All things are literally better, lovelier, and more beloved for the imperfections which have been divinely appointed, that the law of human life may be Effort, and the law of human judgment, Mercy.”
John Ruskin

ابن الجوزي
“ينبغي للعاقل أن ينتهي إلى غاية ما يمكنه ؛ فلو يُتَصوّر للآدمي صعود السماوات لرأيت من أقبح النقائص رضاه بالأرض ”
ابن الجوزي

“A strong life force can be seen in physical vitality, courage, competent judgment, self-mastery, sexual vigor, and the realization of each person’s unique talents and purpose in life. To maintain a powerful life force, forget yourself, forget about living and dying, and bring your full attention into this moment.”
H.E. Davey, Japanese Yoga: The Way of Dynamic Meditation

E.L. Doctorow
“I watched bulls bred to cows, watched mares foal, I saw life come from the egg and the multiplicative wonders of mudholes and ponds, the jell and slime of life shimmering in gravid expectation. Everywhere I looked, life sprang from something not life, insects unfolded from sacs on the surface of still waters and were instantly on prowl for their dinner, everything that came into being knew at once what to do and did it, unastonished that it was what it was, unimpressed by where it was, the great earth heaving up bloodied newborns from every pore, every cell, bearing the variousness of itself from every conceivable substance which it contained in itself, sprouting life that flew or waved in the wind or blew from the mountains or stuck to the damp black underside of rocks, or swam or suckled or bellowed or silently separated in two.”
E.L. Doctorow, Lives of the Poets: A Novella and Six Stories

عبد الله محمد الداوود
“العباقرة شهب كتب عليها أن تحترق لتنير عصورها
عبدالله محمد الداوود

“We need places to scream and run wild as well as places to be quiet.”
Marty Rubin

Bram Stoker
“I could see it under the heavy moustache, was fixed and rather cruel-looking, with peculiarly sharp white teeth; these protruded over the lips, whose remarkable ruddiness showed astonishing vitality in a man of his years.”
Bram Stoker, Dracula

Milan Kundera
“A young woman forced to keep drunks supplied with beer and siblings with clean underwear -instead of being allowed to pursue "something higher"- stores up great reserves of vitality, a vitality never dreamed of by university students yawning over their books.”
Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Being

Thorbjörg Hafsteinsdottir
“Words are like food. They contain information that either releases and liberates and creates possibilities and development or locks you into unhealthy patterns you can’t change.”
Thorbjörg Hafsteinsdottir, 10 Years Younger in 10 Weeks

Thorbjörg Hafsteinsdottir
“If you want more joy in your daily life, smile at the people you meet in the street, the woman sitting beside you on the bus or standing next to you in the queue at the airport, the waiter who brings your food, your colleagues or your employer. There’s a great chance they’ll smile back.”
Thorbjörg Hafsteinsdottir, 10 Years Younger in 10 Weeks

Kim Stanley Robinson
“The vaunted experience of age was perhaps only a matter of wounds and scarring -- that young minds to old minds might be as young bodies to old bodies: stronger, more vital, less twisted by damage.”
Kim Stanley Robinson, Green Mars

Shalom Melchizedek
“When a woman allows a man to enter her he is either giving or taking vital energy. A man can only share vital energy if he possesses it. A man’s vitality lies in his inner work and reservation of his semen emissions, which contains vital energy, life force. Avoiding overly frequent ejaculations is key. Building your storehouse of vital energy takes maturity and discipline.”
Shalom Melchizedek, Learning To Love: And The Power of Sacred Sexual Spiritual Partnerships

“The seeds of life—fiery is their force, divine their birth, but they are weighed down by the bodies’ ills or dulled by earthly limbs and flesh that’s born for death.”
Virgil, The Aeneid

Kristi Bowman
“Letting go frees us to connect with more of our vital energy.”
Kristi Bowman, A Butterfly Life: 4 Keys to More Happiness, Better Health & Letting Your True Self Shine

Georgi Y. Johnson
“When consciousness meets consciousness, vitality is released.”
Georgi Y. Johnson, Nondual Therapy: The Psychology of Awakening

“save your limited but vital life energy for a vibrant, longer, healthier, and happier life.”
Julia H Sun

“We tend to take summer's vitality for granted, when in actuality it is just one prolonged drought, or disease, away from decimation.”
Sue Leaf, The Bullhead Queen: A Year on Pioneer Lake

“When the dust settles, when the admirers have left, you will have known, that it was always about ageing well, not just about how pretty you were, when young...

Step back, have a look and never lose sight of the bigger picture! towards ageing well!”
Dr. Deepak S. Hiwale aka 'Dr Dee'

F. Scott Fitzgerald
“The values are changing utterly with each lesion of vitality; it has begun to appear that we can learn nothing from the past with which to face the future – so we cease to be impulsive, convincible men, interested in what is ethically true by fine margins, we substitute rules of conduct for ideas of integrity, we value safety above romance, we become, quite unconsciously, pragmatic.”
F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Beautiful and Damned

“You are Timeless Being and Awareness...You are not touched by any of this.”
Bert McCoy

“The amount of dynamic energy and physical strength that a person possesses frequently influences the character of their mental and psychological disposition.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Jeanette Coron
“Being out there doing your best and what you’re supposed to do, will energize you like nothing else. Living your purpose and destiny makes you feel alive and it gives you vitality. If you're tired, it's because you're not living your best life. It's time to start living your best life. It's time to live the life your're Destined to live.”
Jeanette Coron

Amy Leigh Mercree
“A key component of vitality is being as present as possible in the moment that is happening right now. The past is over and the future is yet to arrive, but now is the place where your vitality lives.”
Amy Leigh Mercree, The Mood Book: Crystals, Oils, and Rituals to Elevate Your Spirit

Lisa Kleypas
“You hold Mr. Winterborne in esteem, then?"
"I do, my lady. Oh, I know he's called an upstart by his social betters. But to the real London- the hundreds of thousands who work every blessed day and scrape by as best we can- Winterborne is a legend. He's done what most people don't dare dream of. A shop boy, he was, and now everyone from the queen down to any common beggar knows his name. It gives people reason to hope they might rise above their circumstances." Smiling slightly, the housekeeper had added, "And none can deny he's a handsome, well-made chap, for all that he's as brown as a gypsy. Any woman, highborn or low, would be tempted."
Helen couldn't deny that Mr. Winterborne's personal attractions were high on her list of considerations. A man in his prime, radiating that remarkable energy, a kind of animal vitality that she found both frightening and irresistible.
But there was something else about him... a lure more potent than any other. It happened during his rare moments of tenderness with her, when it seemed as if the deep, tightly locked cache of sadness in her heart was about to break open. He was the only person who had ever approached that trapped place, who might someday be able to shatter the loneliness that had always held fast inside her.”
Lisa Kleypas, Marrying Winterborne

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