Quotes #3

“The soul becomes dyed with the color of our thoughts and I want to paint my soul in vivid and bright colors.”

“Look for people with qualities you admire. Kindness. Empathy. Generosity. A sense of humor. Qualities you hope to continue to develop in your self.”

“If you’re not excited about your life it’s up to you to make your life exciting”

“If we only wanted to be happy, it would be easy; but we want to be happier than other people, which is almost always difficult, since we think them happier than they are”

“A day of worry is more exhausting than a week of work”

“When things get tough you get tougher”

“The true secret of happiness lies in the taking of a genuine interest in all the details of daily life”

“Life is not build out of eating, praying, and loving but out of person, place, and thing: who we are with, where we live, and what we do for a living.”

“The most terrifying uncertainty is wanting something but not knowing how to get it”

“It’s nice to hangout with friends who share your interests but people with interests of their own will broaden your horizons. There’s a whole world out there you know nothing about, and they can help you explore”

“Accept yourself, and expect more of yourself”

“What belongs to you shall come to you”

“Take care of the little things before the little things take over your life”

“I have known of many troubles, but most of them never happened”

“You can’t love someone into loving you”

“There are more fish in the sea than anyone ever pulled out of it”

“Distinctiveness is a fundamental part of identity. We develop a clearer sense of ourselves by firming up the boundaries between ourselves and others. I am who I am because of how I am different from those around me.”

“We’ve all had that one person that we know we really shouldn’t be pining after but still do it anyway, mostly because there’s a sense of familiarity there. Sometimes that person and their love is all we know and it’s scary to think that you’re gonna have to start over and find it elsewhere”

“It’s easy to surround yourself with friends who are just like you. As a group, you may decide that everyone else is doing it wrong. Friends can form a culture of criticism where differences are seen as deficiencies.”