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Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Life is good! Happiness Begins in Your Mind

Life is good! Happiness Begins in Your Mind 







Welcome to our gathering of the best positive and elevating life cites. 

Plunge into this superb array of moving and motivational citations, which are exceptionally cherished and shared all through the World. 

The idioms are arranged by birth year of the originator and give an awesome outline of the view of a decent life and the comprehension of the privileged insights for an upbeat life as the centuries progressed. 

May they spur and rouse you!




Life is really simple
but we insist
on making it complicated.

Confucius
(551 – 479 BC, Chinese teacher,
editor, politician and philosopher)
There is
just one life
for each of us:
our own.

Euripides
(c.480 – 406 BC, one of the three great
tragedians of classical Athens)
Not life,
but good life,
is to be chiefly valued.

Socrates
(c.469 – 399 BC, classical Greek Athenian philosopher)
Remember
when life’s path
is steep
to keep
your mind even.

Quintus Horatius Flaccus,
known as Horace
(65 – 8 BC, Roman lyric poet
during the time of Augustus)
Begin at once to live,
and count
each separate day
as a separate life.

Lucius Annaeus Seneca
(c.4 BC – 65 AD, Roman philosopher and statesman)
A well-spent day
brings happy sleep,
so a life well spent
brings happy death.

Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci
(1452 – 1519, Italian Renaissance polymath,
painter, sculptor, architect, and inventor)
The whole secret of life
is to be interested
in one thing profoundly
and in a thousand things well.

Horatio Walpole, 4th Earl of Orford
(1717 – 1797, English art historian,
antiquarian and Whig politician)
I love those
who yearn
for the impossible.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
(1749 – 1832, German writer,
artist and politician)
The less routine
the more life.

Amos Bronson Alcott
(1799 – 1888, American teacher,
writer, philosopher and reformer)

The most important thing is
to enjoy your life.
To be happy.
It’s all that matters.

Audrey Hepburn
(1929 – 1993, British actress and humanitarian)
The purpose of life is
a life of purpose.

Robert Byrne
(1930 – 2016, American author)
Never tell
your problems to anyone…
20% don’t care
and the other 80%
are glad you have them.

Louis Leo “Lou” Holtz
(*1937, retired American football coach,
active sportscaster, and author)
Life is
what happens
while you are busy
making other plans.

John Winston Ono Lennon
(1940 – 1980, English musician,
singer and songwriter)
Advice is
what we ask for
when we already know
the answer
but wish
we didn’t.

Erica Jong
(*1942, American author and teacher)
I hated
every minute of training,
but I said,
‘Don’t quit.
Suffer now and live
the rest of your life
as a champion.’

Muhammad Ali
(1942 – 2016, American professional boxer,
philanthropist and social activist)
Never be bullied
into silence.
Never allow yourself
to be made a victim.
Accept no one’s definition
of your life;
define yourself.

Harvey Fierstein
(*1954, American actor and playwright)
To me,
if life boils down
to one thing,
it’s movement.
To live
is to keep moving.

Jerome “Jerry” Seinfeld
(*1954, American stand-up comedian,
actor, writer and producer)
The only disability in life
is a bad attitude.

Scott Scovell Hamilton
(*1958, American figure skater
and Olympic gold medallist)

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