Thought Of The Day Quotes

Thought Of The Day Quotes by Atticus Shaffer, Thomas Mann, Wayne Gretzky, Patrick Stump, Siri Hustvedt, Thomas A. Edison and many others.

I literally fell into this business. I never came down

I literally fell into this business. I never came down one day and said, “Atticus’ thought of the day…I want to be an actor!” My mom and I would always read story books out loud together and I loved doing character voices and playing with my voice.
Atticus Shaffer
Often I have thought of the day when I gazed for the first time at the sea. The sea is vast, the sea is wide, my eyes roved far and wide and longed to be free. But there was the horizon. Why a horizon, when I wanted the infinite from life?
Thomas Mann
You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.
Wayne Gretzky
Stray thought for the day: Putting boundaries on how punk should sound/look is the least punk rock thing one can do. Be yourself=Very punk.
Patrick Stump
Dreaming is another form of thinking, more concrete, more economical, more visual, and often more emotional than the thoughts of the day, but a thinking through of the day, nevertheless.
Siri Hustvedt
Our greatest weakness lies in giving up.
Thomas A. Edison
Love must be the first thought and the last thought of the day, if you wish to live in peace and happiness.
Leon Brown
Thought for Today: I dream big! I let go of any limitations on my imagination, and I give voice to my inner wisdom and creative impulses. I shed past fears and doubts, replacing them with courage and love. I nurture my future with the same care that I would give to a newborn baby.
Doreen Virtue
No matter where I am in the world or what’s on my schedule, I begin each day by reading an inspirational book and then meditating and praying. I adopted this healthy habit many years ago to ensure that my first thoughts of the day were positive.
Doreen Virtue
I do not find it easy to articulate thoughts about religion. I remain the sort of person who turns off ‘Thought for the Day’ when it comes on the radio.
A. N. Wilson