Here are 7 of the best inspiring things human beings have ever said, a collection of quotes that can change your life. Let these inspirational quotes get you back on your feet, and walking down the lighter side of the street.
1. Never compare your weaknesses to other people’s strengths.
Whenever you feel week, remember the things that made you strong. Whenever you start to doubt yourself, remember those who believe in you.
2. Own your life, or someone will own it for you.
The answers are not outside of you. Own what you know. The more you practice this, the more you hone the powerful magnetic field that surrounds you and the more power you emit in your convictions, knowing, and in your life. Your results will confirm this.
3. We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand.
This quote has many meanings, one of them being that we should be satisfied with what we have, and make the best out of it. So to truly be happy in life, really count the blessings that you already have in your life. We are often distracted by what we don’t have which blinds us from what we already have in front of our eyes. The only way we truly realize how valuable something is until we lose it.
4. Climb mountains not so the world can see you but so you can see the world.
Climb the mountain not to plant your flag, but to embrace the challenge, enjoy the air and behold the view. Climb it so you can see the world, not so the world can see you.
5. If you accept your limitation, you go beyond them.
When you feel challenged professionally, socially, emotionally, or intellectually, remind yourself that you can always grow wiser, stronger, and smarter. Once you accept yourself for who you are without judgment or shame, you give yourself every opportunity to do that. Knowing, accepting and loving who you are is the first step in becoming who you can be. No one is perfect, and everyone struggles with something. It’s the people who are willing to take an honest look at their weaknesses who consistently grow stronger. Only in identifying your limitations can you stretch yourself and redefine what’s possible.
6. Comfort is the enemy of achievement.
When you are comfortable you are highly unlikely to have the motivation to do what you have to do for success. To give yourself the greatest chance of success it is important that you use both pain and pleasure. For most of us we need them both to give us the motivation required to do the things we have to do to achieve success.
7. If you risk nothing, you risk everything.
Those who are too afraid to do anything for fear of failure (or embarrassment or whatever else they fear), have lost not only the opportunity for failure, but any possibility of success, no matter how limited it might have been.