Compilation of the best phrases for social networks. We must not let the clock and calendar prevent us from seeing that every moment of life is a miracle.
Famous quotes for social networks
Always doubt yourself, until the data leaves no doubt. Louis Pasteur
We must not let the clock and calendar prevent us from seeing that every moment of life is a miracle.
Skill is what allows certain things to be done; motivation determines what is done and the attitude how well it is done. Lou holtz
What I do today is important, because I am using a day of my life in it.
War is the art of destroying men, politics is the art of deceiving them. Jean Le R. D. Alambert
The human being was born to experience all ages, with their own and special experiences. From birth to age, we can choose to live with joy or be miserable
The lie is a sad substitute for the truth, but it is the only one that has been discovered so far. Elbert hubbard
Respect for the rights of others is peace. Benito Juarez
In the young man's eyes, the flame burns; In those of the old, the light shines. Victor Hugo
It is better to spoil one's youth than to do nothing in it. Georges Courteline
In love there is the paradox that two beings become one and yet they remain two. Erich Fromm
Enjoy today, it's later than you think. Chinese proverb
Where everyone thinks the same, nobody thinks much. Rodin
The devil is optimistic if he thinks he can make men worse. Kark Kraus
The sexual act is a greeting that two souls exchange. Macedonio Fernández
The ambitious is a slave of how much he desires: the free man is the one who desires nothing. Edward Young
The sure friend is known in insecure action.
The one below will not fear the fall. John Bunyan
When everyone is crazy, being sane is crazy. Paul Samuelson
There are two types of concerns: those that you can do something about it and those that you can't. Do not waste time with the latter. Duke Ellington
When a man is indifferent to a woman, it is a challenge for her. Manuel Gila
Success has many parents, but failure is an orphan. John F. Kennedy
When you say that you know what happiness is, you can assume that you have lost it. Anonymous
The gift of happiness belongs to the one who develops it.
When you see a good man, try to imitate him; When you see a bad man, examine yourself. Confucius
He who reads a lot and walks a lot; He sees a lot and knows a lot. Cervantes
There is no tree that the wind does not shake. Hindu proverb.
When a man says that with money he can do anything that means: he has nothing. Edgar W. Howe
The best way out is always through. Robert Frost
Basically, it is relationships with people that give life value. William Von Humboldt
The wise man does not say what he knows, and the fool does not know what he says. Chinese proverb
In the majestic set of creation, there is nothing that moves me so deeply, that I caress my spirit and useless flight to my fantasy like the gentle and fainted light of the moon. Gustavo Adolfo Bequer
The best advice is always given by experience, but it is always too late. Amelot De La Houssaye
The best closed door is the one that can be left open. Chinese proverb
The secret of success is honesty. If you can avoid it, it's done. Groucho Marx
Freedom does not make men happy, it simply makes them men. Manuel Azana
Talent is commonplace. Intelligence is not scarce, but perseverance. Doris Lessing
When it comes to money they are all of the same religion. Voltaire
To reduce the infinite to the finite, the unaffordable to the human real, there is only one way: concentration. Teofilo Gautier
The only man who is not mistaken is the one who never does anything.
The longest walk begins with one step. Hindu proverb.
The virtuous is content to dream what the sinner does in life. Plato
Our knowledge is a small island in the huge ocean of ignorance. Isaac Bashevis Singer. Nobel Prize
Choose the best way to live; The custom will make it pleasant. Pythagoras
She had lost the art of conversation, but no, the ability to speak. George Bernard Shaw
Work sweetens life; But not everyone likes candy. Victor Hugo
Good luck is not casual, it is a product of work; Thus the smile of fortune has to be earned. Emily Dickinson
He who doubts nothing knows nothing. Greek proverb
Man must set an end to war. If not, war will set an end for man. J.F.K.
You don't want what you don't know. Ovid
The man who has not loved passionately ignores the most beautiful half of life. Stendhal
The love of young people is not in the heart, but in the eyes. William Shakespeare
Effective communication is the ability to convey one's feelings, beliefs, and opinions with honesty, self-respect and opportunity; at the same time respect the rights of others. Norman Vincent
He who has no character is not a man: he is a thing. Chamfort
Since emotions are mental states, the method of handling them must come from within us. There is no other alternative. They cannot be released by external techniques. Dalai Lama
He who does not value life does not deserve it. Leonardo da Vinci
Expecting common sense in people is proof of not having common sense. Eugene O'neill
There are certain defects that well managed shine more than virtue. F. from Larochefoucauld
Whoever wants to study love always stays in student.
Every man can improve his life by improving his attitude. Hector Tassinari
To succeed, you have to have friends; but to be very successful you have to have enemies. Frank Sinatra
Small opportunities are the beginning of large companies. Demosthenes
Elegant words are not sincere; Sincere words are not elegant. Lao Tse
What drives and drags the world are not machines but ideas. Victor Hugo
Why be content to live drag when we feel the desire to fly. Hellen A. Keller
If language is impoverished, thought is impoverished. Fernando Lázaro Carreter
He who drowns does not notice what he holds. Jose de San Martin
What love does, he excuses himself. Molière
Let's not give the world weapons against us, because it will use them. Gustave Flaubert
What forms our luck is not what we experience, but our way of feeling it. Marie Von Ebner
There are people so full of common sense that they don't have the smallest corner for their own sense. Miguel De Unamuno.
Insomnia is a dizzying lucidity that would turn paradise into a place of torture. Emile M. Cioran
He who feeds on repressed desires eventually rots. William Blake
The optimist believes that this world is unbeatable. The pessimist fears that it will be so. Doug Larson
Danger is the great remedy for boredom. Graham green
People don't look for reasons to do what they want to do, they look for excuses. Somerset Maugham
Whoever keeps a compliment is left with something alien. Pablo Picasso
People ... infinity !, People ... very few! Joan Sancho
Speak quietly, speak slowly and don't say too much. John wayne
He who is too busy doing good does not have time to be good. Rabindranath Tagore
He who has a true friend can say that he has two souls.
As I have not worried about being born, I don't worry about dying. Federico García Lorca
Whoever judges everything easy will find life difficult. Lao Tse
The man who does not investigate the two parts of an issue is not honest. Abraham Lincoln
Who does not have enemies, does not usually have friends. Baltasar Gracian
When one is a friend of oneself, one is also a friend of everyone. Seneca
Everyone complains about having no memory and nobody complains about having no criteria. François De Larochefoucauld
We have two ears and one mouth, just to listen more and talk less. Zenon Cition
Man is a chemical miracle that dreams. Alfred Count
Believe in God? If you believe in it, if you don't believe, it does not exist. Maximo Gorki