Wake Up Quotes

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Idowu Koyenikan
“To dream of success is to set a goal of where you want to be; to wake up, take action, and achieve it is what true success is all about.”
Idowu Koyenikan, Wealth for All Africans: How Every African Can Live the Life of Their Dreams

Criss Jami
“Disasters work like alarm clocks to the world, hence God allows them. They are shouting, 'Wake up! Love! Pray!”
Criss Jami, Killosophy

Maggie Stiefvater
“Wake me up
Wake me up, you said

But I was sleeping, too
I was dreaming

But now I"m waking up
Still waking up

I can see the sun”
Maggie Stiefvater, Forever

Naguib Mahfouz
“إن بلادنا في حاجة إلى جرعات قوية من قلة الأدب حيال الملوك حتى تفيق من إغمائها الطويل”
Naguib Mahfouz, Sugar Street

Shannon Celebi
“It’s not like I planned it. I never woke up from some rosy dream and said, “Okay, world, today I’m gonna spaz.”
Shannon Celebi, After Spring Comes

Amit Ray
“Wake up, live your life and sing the melody of your soul.”
Amit Ray, Enlightenment Step by Step

Dejan Stojanovic
“There is nobody to wake up eternal seekers.”
Dejan Stojanovic, Circling: 1978-1987

M.F. Moonzajer
“We all have a monster inside us; just try to not wake it up.”
M.F. Moonzajer

“FRUITS AND NUTS


Keep jumping around them like monkeys.
The clones,
Commercialized zombies,
And the TV junkies.
Keep throwing berries,
Twigs,
And nuts at them.
Until they wake up
To see what's up
And figure out why
We're laughing at 'em.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Peter David
“I woke up dead.
Not only dead...but in hell.
I had always been somewhat sketchy on what the afterlife - were there actually such a thing - would be like for a person such as I. From all accounts and all my imaginings, I figured it would be one of two things. Either I would be surrounded by great, burning masses that were endlessly immolating souls in torment... or else I would find myself trapped within my own mind as a helpless bystander, condemned to watching me live out my life over and over again and powerless to do anything to change any of it. When idle speculation prompted me to dwell on these two options, I would find myself drawn invariably to the former, since the later was just too hideous to contemplate.
...
I was almost afraid to open my eyes, because once I did, I would know one way or the other. Perhaps I could have just lain there forever. Perhaps I was supposed to. Perhaps that was my true condemnation: to simply reside in hell with my eyes closed afraid of opening them lest matters deteriorate even further than they already had. This, in turn, made me dwell on the fact that every time I had believed things couldn’t get worse, they promptly had done so with almost gleeful enthusiasm .”
Peter David, The Woad to Wuin

Carlos Wallace
“Each day, wake up with a plan. Don’t just approach your days in an unfocused void. That state of mind leaves too much room for discontent, opposition, unhappiness and hopelessness.”
Carlos Wallace, The Other 99 T.Y.M.E.S: Train Your Mind to Enjoy Serenity

Jason Medina
“Wake up and smell the shit, folks. This is our reality, now. Things will not be going back to normal. We’ll be lucky, if they don’t get worse too soon. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? I think it’s better to be safe than sorry, but if you want to go home, be my guest. No one is going to stop you.”
Jason Medina, The Manhattanville Incident: An Undead Novel

“It is so wonderful to wake up in the morning and see the sparkling lights on a dew drop reflecting the magnificence of love”
Debasish Mridha MD

“Not having to force yourself to love or hate, is liberating.”
Nahiar Ozar

“Every morning I wake up with the hope and dream that I will learn something from someone by observing and listening.”
Debasish Mridha MD

Enock Maregesi
“Maisha ni kitu cha ajabu kuliko vyote ulimwenguni kilichowashangaza hata wanasayansi wa dunia hii. Amka na uujue ukweli.”
Enock Maregesi

Enock Maregesi
“Mungu ni mkubwa kuliko jumla ya matatizo yote na vitu vyote alivyoviumba na ana uwezo wa kufanya kila kitu alichosema atafanya bila kupunguza au kuongeza chochote. Usidanganywe na matatizo. Amka, kabla kifo hakijakufika.”
Enock Maregesi

Malak El Halabi
“Viens.
Pour que je reveille ce monde en t’embrassant.
Viens. Tout nu.
Que ta peau sur la mienne reveille chaque cellule en moi.
Café—”
Malak El Halabi

“Heavens, chile, you gonna wake up awright. To a brand new day. 'Cos de Lawd use de nighttime to wash de day clean!"... Another beloved term left over from her childhood, signaling the time just before dawn, when the sun first begins to stir, chasing night clouds away and painting the glory of eternal rays all over the darkened canvas of the sky. A time of hope and forgiveness.”
E.R. Dinsmoor, Dayclean

“It's when you wake up in the morning next to someone whose name that you can't remember, that you went to bed with a stranger.”
Anthony T. Hincks

“Who best is to judge if global warming really exists?
The people who it affects most...US!
We can see it in our weather; in our crops; in animal migrations; in the haze that hangs over our polluted cities & towns; by the rise in sea levels.
It doesn't take a scientist to see something that we can see on a daily, weekly, monthly or yearly basis.
To deny it doesn't exist, is to deny that man has a problem.
Mankind has a limited vision. All he sees are the $$$$$ signs in front of him, instead of the Earth around him.
Wake up and smell the roses!
But don't wait too long because the air will be turning acidic just like our oceans.”
Anthony T. Hincks

“I will wake up
and make coffee
for you and me
before you wake up


I will sit in the chair
next to the bed
just to look at
your beautiful
smiling face

I love to see you
when you sleep
tenderly in the bed
dreaming about
you and me in a
faraway island...”
Avijeet Das

Enock Maregesi
“Mwanamume amka utaua watoto.”
Enock Maregesi

Jason Medina
“If we don’t wake the hell up and make a stand, it’s only a matter of time before we’re all dead. This is a war we’re fighting and the dead are winning.”
Jason Medina, The Manhattanville Incident: An Undead Novel

Angela Panayotopulos
“Dad?" she said.

"Do you want some coffee?" he asked. "Are you okay?"

She shook her head. No.

"There are only so many hours you can sleep in a stranded vehicle." He glanced at the dashboard of her car, then at the untouched receipt--her receipt--sticking out of the machine a few feet away like a white tongue. "There's only so many times you can try to resurrect the dead. You can sit there all you want but you're not going anywhere. And, stuck as you are, you'll be forced to think about it, forced to wake up at some point, forced to depart or die here.”
Angela Panayotopulos, The Wake Up

Angela Panayotopulos
“He was not her sole companion. She had her demons, too.

You can't run from them, as Lexi discovered. Changing cities doesn't help either; you carry them along inside you. You just wake up one day, fed up, and decide to snuggle with them instead. You invite them along as you go about your day, balancing them on your shoulder as you would a toddler, but with very strict conditions: You will not set fire to my hair. You will not take candy from strangers. You will not tie me up in chains while I sleep. You will behave.

And Lexi's demons, allowed to come close, sat on her shoulder. They waved to the angels perched on her other shoulder and struck up a conversation with Lexi.

'What's that noise?' her demons asked, sidling close to her ear.

'Oh, that?' Lexi massaged her temples. 'It's the air whistling through the hole in my heart.'

'You're afraid,' they taunted.

'I am,' she admitted. 'Afraid of the sky falling. Afraid of the tight-rope snapping. Afraid I can't dance well enough on the edge. Afraid there are no hands to steady my body. Afraid of hands that wish to cage my heart.'

'Coward,' the demons goaded.”
Angela Panayotopulos, The Wake Up

“Goodnight and think on this....

When we got up yesterday, it was today.
And
When we got up today, it was today.
And
When we get up tomorrow, it will be today.

Time is the ultimate man made illusion.
Sweet Dreams.”
Anthony T. Hincks

“So, you see what's going on here, don't you? so... The fact is that 20 percent, ONE FIFTH of Americans can't fucking read. Let's say that another 2 fifths are just retarded. I think that's a safe estimate. There. That's 60 percent. 60 percent of your country is fucking stupid. Now, you pay the Jews (Israel)... you pay them 6 mil a day... then they use some of that to bribe and blackmail your fucked up Pedo Senators... and the rest to start fucked up wars all over the place, and false flag bullshit. To put it mildly, your "democracy" has been getting raped by the Jews for decades. And this would all be funny except it's not a joke. Facts and Logic.”
Anonymous

“We are led to believe that we are in a democracy with a free press. When the evidence shows that we have neither. We're in a very serious situation.”
Christopher Lee Bollyn

“Wake up!

For today is the day that you change the world.
One smile at a time.”
Anthony T. Hincks

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