Place In Life Quotes by Ivy Compton-Burnett, Joel Stein, William Osler, Pearl S. Buck, Mary Catherine Bateson, Joseph Murphy and many others.
A person who can really be called an unselfish person, has no place in life.
The people who get places in life just say yes to everything.
Courage and cheerfulness will not only carry you over the rough places in life, but will enable you to bring comfort and help to the weak-hearted and will console you in the sad hours.
It is better to learn early of the inevitable depths, for then sorrow and death can take their proper place in life, and one is not afraid.
Of any stopping place in life, it is good to ask whether it will be a good place from which to go on as well as a good place to remain.
The infinite intelligence of my subconscious mind reveals to me my true place in life.
It’s hard to say. Sometimes people have had terrible childhoods. And sometimes they just haven’t found their special place in life. And sometimes they’re dogs from hell and must be destroyed.
To feel that one has a place in life solves half the problem of contentment.
No matter your position or place in life, it is imperative to create opportunities for children so that we can grow up to blow you away.
I was a skinny, scrawny guy. I stuttered horrendously, couldn’t speak at all. I was a very shy, reserved player and a very shy, reserved person. I found a safe place in life in basketball.
When you retire, it’s a place in life, a part of the journey. You just don’t quit work; you develop an attitude where you can do what you please
Human beings are no longer born to their place in life…but are free to employ their faculties and such favorable chances as offer, to achieve the lot which may appear to them as desirable.
I’ve found my place in life, that I’m passionate about, my talents and my passion have merged, and I’m trying to do the best that I can.
If you are at a hard place in life, hesitant to ask for help, God invites you to ask Him so He can meet your need.
I have been formerly so silly as to hope that every servant I had might be made a friend; I am now convinced that the nature of servitude generally bears a contrary tendency. People’s characters are to be chiefly collected from their education and place in life; birth itself does but little.
Don’t let the incidents which take place in life bring you low. And certainly don’t whine. You can be brought low, that’s OK, but don’t be reduced by them. Just say, ‘That’s life.’
Your place in life is not fixed by heredity.