Connect with us

Quotes

38 Famous Quotes About Living Beautiful Life

Famous Quotes About Living Beautiful Life

Until I learned that the right thought is important for victorious existence, I was more serious about thinking and choosing my thoughts carefully. The sole ownership of the West will not stay a high standard of life – so the faster we will assist other communities to grow their wealth, boost their quality of living, so increase their national freedom, the better the planet can be for us all. Top 38 Live a Perfect Life. the best 38 famous quotes about living life on Inner Beauty.

1. “I don’t blame the average seventeen-year-old punk-rock kid for calling me a sellout. I understand that. And maybe when they grow up a little bit, they’ll realize there are more things to life than living out your rock & roll identity so righteously.” — Kurt Cobain

2. “I would never allow anyone to give me money, no difference how badly I needed it. I wanted literally to earn my living.” — George Washington Carver

inspiring quotes to live life on purpose

3. “Although God loves us unconditionally, He does get angry at sin, wickedness, and evil. But He is not an angry God. God hates sin, but He loves sinners! He will never approve of sin in your life, but He always loves you and wants to work with you to make progress in living a holy life in Christ.” — Joyce Meyer

4. “Life is wasted on the living.” — Douglas Adams

5. “Wandering around the web is like living in a world in which every doorway is actually one of those science fiction devices which deposit you in a completely different part of the world when you walk through them. In fact, it isn’t like it, it is it.” — Douglas Adams

6. “In the last analysis, the individual person is responsible for living his own life and for ‘finding himself.’ If he persists in shifting his responsibility to somebody else, he fails to find out the meaning of his own existence.” — Thomas Merton

7. “I imagine that yes is the only living thing.” — e. e. cummings

best Quotes About Living a Beautiful Life

8. “I feel very happy to be living in Berkeley because there are a lot of people who are politically active here.” — Alice Walker

9. “The whole idea of compassion is based on a keen awareness of the interdependence of all these living beings, which are all part of one another, and all involved in one another.” — Thomas Merton

10. “True Scouts are the best friends of animals, for from living in the woods and wilds, and practicing observation and tracking, they get to know more than other people about the ways and habits of birds and animals, and therefore they understand them and are more in sympathy with them.” — Robert Baden-Powell

11. “If you want to have a life that is worth living, a life that expresses your deepest feelings and emotions and cares and dreams, you have to fight for it.” — Alice Walker

Inspirational Quotes For Living Your Best Life

12. “There is absolutely no power in our human effort to live holy. It is only by His grace. And the result of receiving grace is we get better at living like Christ, which is something we all want, right?” — Joyce Meyer

13. “I’m still living at least five parallel lives, honestly! I wonder about it. I have no idea how that happens.” — Alice Walker

14. “For me, writing has always come out of living a fairly to-the-bone kind of life, just really being present to a lot of life. The writing has been really a byproduct of that.” — Alice Walker

15. “Some people feel that the world owes them a living.” — Clint Eastwood

16. “A family is a place where principles are hammered and honed on the anvil of everyday living.” — Charles R. Swindoll

17. “The urge to miniaturize electronics did not exist before the space program. I mean our grandparents had radios that were furniture in the living room. Nobody at the time was saying, ‘Gee, I want to carry that in my pocket.’ Which is a non-thought.” — Neil deGrasse Tyson

18. “I’m not a reality-TV kind of guy. But it’s almost like we’re living in a reality show. Every day in this country, everybody keeps worrying about the deterioration of America, and it’s like a big reality show.” — Clint Eastwood

19. “There are many things worth living for, a few things worth dying for, and nothing worth killing for.” — Tom Robbins

20. “And finally I twist my heart round again, so that the bad is on the outside and the good is on the inside, and keep on trying to find a way of becoming what I would so like to be, and could be if there weren’t any other people living in the world.” — Anne Frank

21. “I was transformed by picking up a pair of binoculars and looking up, and that’s hard to do for a city kid because when you look up you just see buildings – and really, your first thought is to look in people’s windows. So to look out of the space – out of living space – and look up to the sky, binoculars go far, literally and figuratively.” — Neil deGrasse Tyson

22. “I don’t want to have lived in vain like most people. I want to be useful or bring enjoyment to all people, even those I’ve never met. I want to go on living even after my death!” — Anne Frank

23. “I believe in the dignity of labor, whether with head or hand; that the world owes no man a living but that it owes every man an opportunity to make a living.” — John D. Rockefeller

24. “We are living in very challenging times. Pressured in the workplace and stressed out at home, people are trying to make sense of their lives.” — Les Brown

25. “A child’s mind is its living room; it’s is going to be residing there for the rest of its earthly existence.” — Tom Robbins

26. “When our forbears – yours and mine – came to America, they came because this country promised them something. It promised them an opportunity, nourished by education, not merely to grind for a bare living, but to strive for a good life.” — Robert Kennedy

27. “I’m not a prophet or a stone aged man, just a mortal with potential of a superman. I’m living on.” — David Bowie

28. “Every living being is an engine geared to the wheelwork of the universe. Though seemingly affected only by its immediate surroundings, the sphere of external influence extends to infinite distance.” — Nikola Tesla

29. “I suppose for me as an artist it wasn’t always just about expressing my work; I really wanted, more than anything else, to contribute in some way to the culture that I was living in. It just seemed like a challenge to move it a little bit towards the way I thought it might be interesting to go.” — David Bowie

30. “Our body is a machine for living. It is organized for that, it is its nature. Let life go on in it unhindered and let it defend itself.” — Leo Tolstoy

31. “Living in a community with very wounded people, I came to see that I had lived most of my life as a tightrope artist trying to walk on a high, thin cable from one tower to the other, always waiting for the applause when I had not fallen off and broken my leg.” — Henri Nouwen

32. “The privilege of absurdity; to which no living creature is subject, but the man only.” — Thomas Hobbes

33. “This life is worth living, we can say since it is what we make it.” — William James

34. “If my mother knew I did this for a living, she’d kill me. She thinks I’m selling dope.” — Henny Youngman

35. “I was in my late thirties when my eyes were opened to truth in God’s Word that showed me I wasn’t living the abundant life Jesus died for me to have. I had a very negative mindset and was miserable most of the time because of the abuse I had experienced throughout my childhood.” — Joyce Meyer

36. “Life is the relationship, living in a relationship. We cannot live if you and I have built a wall around ourselves and just peep over that wall occasionally. Unconsciously, deeply, under the wall, we are related.” — Jiddu Krishnamurti

37. “I can’t very well be teaching one way and living my life another way. What I do in life must be consistent with the things I say. And the same goes for you.” — Joyce Meyer

38. “In this constant battle which we call living, we try to set a code of conduct according to the society in which we are brought up, whether it be a Communist society or a so-called free society; we accept a standard of behavior as part of our tradition as Hindus or Muslims or Christians or whatever we happen to be.” — Jiddu Krishnamurti

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Trending