Never Stop Believing Quotes by Sebastian Vettel, Italo Calvino, Ariana Grande, Hillary Clinton, Eleanor Roosevelt, Ted Nugent and many others.
Never lift. Never stop believing.
In politics, as in every other sphere of life, there are two important principles for a man of any sense: don’t cherish too many illusions, and never stop believing that every little bit helps.
Never give up on something you love
Never stop believing that fighting for what is right is worth it.
No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.
When you spend as much time as I do with wounded warriors and their families, and terminally ill kids and their families, you are humbled and powerfully inspired by their courage and positive energy to live your life to the absolute best you can everyday. It will wake you up really fast to never stop believing.
The old man, especially if he is in society in the privacy of his thoughts, though he may protest the opposite, never stops believing that, through some singular exception of the universal rule, he can in some unknown and inexplicable way still make an impression on women.
If you want to turn a vision into reality, you have to give 100% and never stop believing in your dream.
If youвЂ™re passionate about something then it will definitely work out for you. You should never stop believing in something, and you shouldnвЂ™t listen to anyone who tells you otherwise. Never give up on something you love.
No matter what happens, no matter how far you seem to be away from where you want to be, never stop believing that you will somehow make it.
Never stop believing you can fulfill your dreams.
Keep exploring. Keep dreaming. Keep asking why. DonвЂ™t settle for what you already know. Never stop believing in the power of your ideas, your imagination, your hard work to change the world.
My advice to you is never stop believing.
Live by faith. Live out loud. And never stop believing God-day by day.
I am unaware of his plans but I shall never stop believing in them because I cannot fathom them and I prefer to mistrust my own intellectual capacities than his justice.