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Active Life quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero
#1. We should not be so taken up in the search for truth, as to neglect the needful duties of active life; for it is only action that gives a true value and commendation to virtue. #Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero
Active Life quotes by Tom Bosley
#2. Just like other illnesses, depression can be treated so that people can live happy, active lives. #Quote by Tom Bosley
Active Life quotes by Jane Addams
#3. In his own way each man must struggle, lest the moral law become a far-off abstraction utterly separated from his active life. #Quote by Jane Addams
Active Life quotes by Andre Maurois
#4. An old man, having retired from active life, regains the gaity and irresponsibility of childhood. He is ready to play, he cannot run with his son, but he can totter with his grandson. Our first and last steps have the same rhythm. #Quote by Andre Maurois
Active Life quotes by Karl Marx
#5. The 'free' laborer, thanks to the development of capitalistic production, agrees, i.e. is compelled by social conditions, to sell the whole of his active life, his birthright for a mass of pottage. #Quote by Karl Marx
Active Life quotes by Alan W. Watts
#6. Taoism, on the other hand, is generally a pursuit of older men, and especially of men who are retiring from active life in the community. Their retirement from society is a kind of outward symbol of an inward liberation from the bounds of conventional patterns of thought and conduct. For Taoism concerns itself with unconventional knowledge, with the understanding of life directly, instead of in the abstract, linear terms of representational thinking. #Quote by Alan W. Watts
Active Life quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
#7. Fathers and teachers, what is hell? I think it is the suffering of one who can no longer love. Once, in the infinity of existence unmeasurable by time or space, a spiritual creature, upon its appearance on earth, is given the power to say: "I am and I love." Once, and only for a moment, is that creature given the knowledge of active, living love, and this is why that creature was given life on earth, and with it, time and space. And what happens? The privileged creature rejects that priceless gift, fails to appreciate it, does not even like it, sneers at it, and remains unmoved. When such a creature leaves the earth, sees Abraham, and talks with him as in the parable about Lazarus and the rich man--when he is already in sight of heaven and is allowed into the presence of the Lord, he is filled with suffering at the thought that he will appear before the Lord never having loved and will be brought into the presence of those who have loved him but whose love he has scorned. For now he sees clearly and says to himself: "I now have the knowledge and I am yearning for love; but now that my earthly life is over, there can be no self-abnegation, no sacrifice in love, and Abraham will not come to me again and bring me even a tiny drop of living water (that is, the gift of life on earth, the active life which I possessed before); since I will never again be given life and time, I will never be able to quench the fiery thirst for love that burns within me, because I scorned love while #Quote by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Active Life quotes by Peter Kreeft
#8. the contemplative life not only does not exclude, but requires, the active life. #Quote by Peter Kreeft
Active Life quotes by Moses Hess
#9. Judaism is not a passive religion, but an active life factor which has coalesced
with the national consciousness into one organic whole. It is primarily the
expression of a nationality whose history for thousands of years coincides with
the history of the development of a humanity and the Jews are a nation which,
having once acted as the leaven of the social world, is destined to be resurrected
with the rest of civilized nations. #Quote by Moses Hess
Active Life quotes by Leonard Bernstein
#10. Our most emotionally active life is lived in our dreams, and our cells renew themselves most industriously in sleep. We reach highest in meditation, and farthest in prayer. In stillness every human being is great; he is free from the experience of hostility; he is a poet, and most like an angel. #Quote by Leonard Bernstein
Active Life quotes by Walter Lippmann
#11. When a man and woman are successfully in love, their whole activity is energized and victorious. They walk better, their digestion improves, they think more clearly, their secret worries drop away, the world is fresh and interesting, and they can do more than they dreamed that they could do. In love of this kind sexual intimacy is not the dead end of desire as it is in romantic or promiscuous love, but periodic affirmation of the inward delight of desire pervading an active life. #Quote by Walter Lippmann
Active Life quotes by Thomas Merton
#12. The Active Life

If an expert does not have some problem to vex him,
he is unhappy!
If a philosopher's teaching is never attacked, she pines
away!
If critics have no one on whom to exercise their spite,
they are unhappy.
All such people are prisoners in the world of objects.

He who wants followers, seeks political power.
She who wants reputation, holds an office.
The strong man looks for weights to lift.
The brave woman looks for an emergency in which she
can show bravery.
The swordsman wants a battle in which he can swing
his sword.
People past their prime prefer a dignified retirement,
in which they may seem profound.
People experienced in law seek difficult cases to extend
the application of the laws.
Liturgists and musicians like festivals in which they
parade their ceremonious talents.
The benevolent, the dutiful, are always looking for
chances to display virtue.

Where would the gardener be if there were no more
weeds?
What would become of business without a market of
fools?
Where would the masses be if there were no pretext
for getting jammed together and making noise?
What would become of labor if there were no superfluous objects to
be made?

Produce! Get results! Make money! Make friends!
Make changes!
Or you will die of despair!

Those who are caught in the machinery of po #Quote by Thomas Merton
Active Life quotes by William Edward Hartpole Lecky
#13. The simple record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind, than all the (investigations) disquisitions of philosophers and than all the exhortations of moralists. #Quote by William Edward Hartpole Lecky
Active Life quotes by Vincent De Paul
#14. You know, Monsieur, that, although the contemplative life is more perfect than the active life, it is not, however, more so than one which embraces at the same time contemplation and action, as does yours, by God's grace. #Quote by Vincent De Paul
Active Life quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
#15. Youthful exuberance is splendid. #Quote by Lailah Gifty Akita
Active Life quotes by Umberto Eco
#16. In the past men were handsome and great (now they are children and dwarfs), but this is merely one of the many facts that demonstrate the disaster of an aging world. The young no longer want to study anything, learning is in decline, the whole world walks on its head, blind men lead others equally blind and cause them to plunge into the abyss, birds leave the nest before they can fly, the jackass plays the lyre, oxen dance. Mary no longer loves the contemplative life and Martha no longer loves the active life, Leah is sterile, Rachel has a carnal eye, Cato visits brothels, Lucretius becomes a woman. Everything is on the wrong path. In those days, thank God, I acquired from my master the desire to learn and a sense of the straight way, which remains even when the path is tortuous. #Quote by Umberto Eco
Active Life quotes by William James
#17. An impression which simply flows in at the pupil's eyes or ears and in no way modifies his active life, is an impression gone to waste. It is physiologically incomplete ... Its motor consequences are what clinch it ... #Quote by William James
Active Life quotes by A. J. Langer
#18. I have a great life and I'm super active. #Quote by A. J. Langer
Active Life quotes by Karl Rove
#19. I hate to sound sort of diffident about it but it strikes me that a lot of people on the right have got active lives and are doing other things. #Quote by Karl Rove
Active Life quotes by Rene Cassin
#20. I shall confess at the outset that it was only shortly after the beginning of this century that I entered active life - with a somewhat precocious capacity for involvement. #Quote by Rene Cassin
Active Life quotes by Isidore Of Seville
#21. In the active life all the vices are first of all to be removed by the practice of good works, so that in the contemplative life a man may, with now purified mental gaze, pass on to the contemplation of the Divine Light. #Quote by Isidore Of Seville
Active Life quotes by William Banting
#22. Few men have led a more active life - bodily or mentally - from a constitutional anxiety for regularity, precision, and order, during fifty years' business career, from which I had retired. #Quote by William Banting
Active Life quotes by Robert Louis Stevenson
#23. Restfulness is a quality for cattle; the virtues are all active, life is alert. #Quote by Robert Louis Stevenson
Active Life quotes by Sean O'Casey
#24. The artist's life is to be where life is, active life, found in neither ivory tower nor concrete shelter; he must be out listening to everything, looking at everything, and thinking it all out afterward. #Quote by Sean O'Casey
Active Life quotes by Ananda Coomaraswamy
#25. Man's activity consists in either a making or doing. Both of these aspects of the active life depend for their correction upon the contemplative life (that is, the Hero). #Quote by Ananda Coomaraswamy
Active Life quotes by Elizabeth Carter
#26. Society is the true sphere of human virtue. In social, active life, difficulties will perpetually be met with; restraints of many kinds will be necessary; and studying to behave right in respect of these is a discipline of the human heart, useful to others, and improving to itself. Suffering is no duty, but where it is necessary to avoid guilt, or to do good; nor pleasure a crime, but where it strengthens the influence of bad inclinations, or lessens the generous activity of virtue. #Quote by Elizabeth Carter
Active Life quotes by Ravi Zacharias
#27. even skeptics have granted and recognized His unparalleled life and impact. Here, for example, is an opinion from a highly respected scholar, the famed historian W. E. H. Lecky: The character of Jesus has not only been the highest pattern of virtue, but the strongest incentive in its practice, and has exerted so deep an influence, that it may be truly said that the simple record of three years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind than all the disquisitions of philosophers and all the exhortations of moralists.1 #Quote by Ravi Zacharias
Active Life quotes by Blake Lively
#28. I'm lucky enough to lead a very active life, so I'm always on the go. #Quote by Blake Lively
Active Life quotes by David  Ireland
#29. Get fit. Live the active life. Make the army your chorea #Quote by David Ireland
Active Life quotes by Alice Walker
#30. Clearly older women and especially older women who have led an active life or elder women who successfully maneuver through their own family life have so much to teach us about sharing, patience, and wisdom. #Quote by Alice Walker
Active Life quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
#31. Dancing is my daily exercise. #Quote by Lailah Gifty Akita
Active Life quotes by Thomas Aquinas
#32. For in order that man may do well, whether in the works of the active life, or in those of the contemplative life, he needs the fellowship of friends. #Quote by Thomas Aquinas
Active Life quotes by Fernando Pessoa
#33. I hesitate in everything, often without knowing why. How often I've sought – as my own version of the straight line, seeing it in my mind as the ideal straight line – the longest distance between two points. I've never had a knack for the active life. I've always taken wrong steps that no one else takes; I've always had to make an effort to do what comes naturally to other people. I've always wanted to achieve what others have achieved almost without wanting it. Between me and life there were always sheets of frosted glass that I couldn't tell were there by sight or by touch; I didn't live that life or that dimension. I was the daydream of what I wanted to be, and my dreaming began in my will: my goals were always the first fiction of what I never was. #Quote by Fernando Pessoa
Active Life quotes by Thomas H. Lee
#34. Arteriosclerosis, removing people from active life when the period of maximum fertility has passed, is of benefit to the young if it relieves them of the care of parents, or brings them an inheritance as they enter adult life. . . . Any attempts to eradicate such a disease from the urban population will be frustrated by natural selection and the survival of more grandchildren in families with few grandparents. Those best fitted to survive in a world growing more urban are those who cease to require support as soon as their roles as parents have been completed. Atherosclerosis and hypertension are now the chief factors in determining that we do not overstay our allotted span of life too long. #Quote by Thomas H. Lee
Active Life quotes by Erwin Panofsky
#35. But what is the use of the humanities as such? Admittedly they are not practical, and admittedly they concern themselves with the past. Why, it may be asked, should we engage in impractical investigations, and why should we be interested in the past?

The answer to the first question is: because we are interested in reality. Both the humanities and the natural sciences, as well as mathematics and philosophy, have the impractical outlook of what the ancients called vita contemplativa as opposed to vita activa. But is the contemplative life less real or, to be more precise, is its contribution to what we call reality less important, than that of the active life?

The man who takes a paper dollar in exchange for twenty-five apples commits an act of faith, and subjects himself to a theoretical doctrine, as did the mediaeval man who paid for indulgence. The man who is run over by an automobile is run over by mathematics, physics and chemistry. For he who leads the contemplative life cannot help influencing the active, just as he cannot prevent the active life from influencing his thought. Philosophical and psychological theories, historical doctrines and all sorts of speculations and discoveries, have changed, and keep changing, the lives of countless millions. Even he who merely transmits knowledge or learning participates, in his modest way, in the process of shaping reality - of which fact the enemies of humanism are perhaps more keenly aware than its frie #Quote by Erwin Panofsky
Active Life quotes by Alvin Lustig
#36. The words graphic designer, architect, or industrial designer stick in my throat, giving me a sense of limitation, of specialisation within the specialty, of a relationship to society and form itself that is unsatisfactory and incomplete. This inadequate set of terms to describe an active life reveals only partially the still undefined nature of the designer. #Quote by Alvin Lustig
Active Life quotes by Viktor E. Frankl
#37. An active life serves the purpose of giving man the opportunity to realize values in creative work, while a passive life of enjoyment affords him the opportunity to obtain fulfillment in experiencing beauty, art, or nature. #Quote by Viktor E. Frankl
Active Life quotes by Kenny Smith
#38. The anorexic is the fuse nakedly exposed to the direct power of modern media, a psyche whose wiring has no insulation. The anorexic is an analog to the ideologue, who is likewise devoid of common sense, independent ego, culture, intuitive intelligence, etc.: all the ideologue has to orient himself by is the formalist or abstractivist directives inlaid in modern mass-culture. Both are forms of the True Believer, minds in whom factors of self-active life are reduced to negligibility and pathos reigns. #Quote by Kenny Smith
Active Life quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#39. It was a relief to see his father, who'd always been an unfailing source of reassurance and comfort. They clasped hands in a firm shake, and used their free arms to pull close for a moment. Such demonstrations of affection weren't common among fathers and sons of their rank, but then, they'd never been a conventional family.
After a few hearty thumps on the back, Sebastian drew back and glanced over him with the attentive concern that hearkened to Gabriel's earliest memories. Not missing the traces of weariness on his face, his father lightly tousled his hair the way he had when he was a boy. "You haven't been sleeping."
"I went carousing with friends for most of last night," Gabriel admitted. "It ended when we were all too drunk to see a hole through a ladder."
Sebastian grinned and removed his coat, tossing the exquisitely tailored garment to a nearby chair. "Reveling in the waning days of bachelorhood, are we?"
"It would be more accurate to say I'm thrashing like a drowning rat."
"Same thing." Sebastian unfastened his cuffs and began to roll up his shirtsleeves. An active life at Heron's Point, the family estate in Sussex, had kept him as fit and limber as a man half his age. Frequent exposure to the sunlight had gilded his hair and darkened his complexion, making his pale blue eyes startling in their brightness.
While other men of his generation had become staid and settled, the duke was more vigorous than ever, in part because his youngest s #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Active Life quotes by Edward Young
#40. In an active life is sown the seed of wisdom ... And age, if it has not esteem, has nothing. #Quote by Edward Young
Active Life quotes by Pyotr Kropotkin
#41. Having been brought up in a serf-owner's family, I entered active life, like all young men of my time, with a great deal of confidence in the necessity of commanding, ordering, scolding, punishing, and the like. But when, at an early stage, I had to manage serious enterprises ... I began to appreciate the difference between acting on the principle of command and discipline, and acting on the principle of common understanding ... Men of initiative are required everywhere; but once the impulse has been given, the enterprise must be conducted, ... not in military fashion, but in a sort of communal way. #Quote by Pyotr Kropotkin
Active Life quotes by Thomas Aquinas
#42. Those who are more adapted to the active life can prepare themselves for contemplation in the practice of the active life, while those who are more adapted to the contemplative life can take upon themselves the works of the active life so as to become yet. #Quote by Thomas Aquinas
Active Life quotes by Charles Dickens
#43. he would expatiate with great vehemence on the misery of idle and lazy habits; and would enforce upon them the necessity of an active life, by sending them supperless to bed. On #Quote by Charles Dickens
Active Life quotes by Thomas Mann
#44. At thirty a man steps out of the darkness and wasteland of preparation into active life it is the time to show oneself, the time of fulfillment. #Quote by Thomas Mann
Active Life quotes by Derek Hough
#45. Lies always hurt.

Shirley made it clear to me that she would accept nothing but 100 percent honesty in our relationship. That slap across the face was an eye-opener. It made me feel that I didn't need to sneak around behind her back. It gave me the freedom for the first time in my life to let go of my secrets. It's a lesson that I continue to learn--if you lie, no matter how good your intentions, you carry the lie with you. It weighs you down, it holds you back, and you start to lose respect for yourself.
The biggest lies of all are those we tell ourselves. Every time you say, "I can't do that," "I don't have what it takes," "It's too late," or "I'm not good enough," you're keeping yourself from living your truth. This is always a tough one for me, and something I continually have to work on. Why do we lie to ourselves? Because a lie feels easy and comfortable. It keeps fear and pain away; it shields you from the unknown. But you deserve more. You deserve not to settle, not to be distracted, and not to deny yourself your highest potential. As the saying goes, "The truth shall set you free." Be honest about what you want, what you need, and what you're capable of. Tune out the negative voices in your head that hold you back. Change your mind, change yourself. #Quote by Derek Hough
Active Life quotes by Erich Fromm
#46. To be fully awake is the condition for not being bored, or being boring - and indeed, not to be bored or boring is one of the main conditions for loving. To be active in thought, feeling, with one's eyes and ears, throughout the day, to avoid inner laziness, be it in the form of being receptive, hoarding, or plain wasting one's time, is an indispensable condition for the practice of the art of loving. #Quote by Erich Fromm
Active Life quotes by Melissa Bank
#47. Something changed then. I saw my life in scale: it was just my life. It was not momentous, and only now did I recognize that it had once seemed so to me; that was while my father was watching.
I saw myself the way I'd seen the cleaning women in the building across the street. I was just one person in one window.
Nobody was watching, except me. #Quote by Melissa Bank
Active Life quotes by Cormac McCarthy
#48. He rocked in the swells, floating like the first germ of life adrift on the earth's cooling seas, formless macule of plasm trapped in a vapor drop and all creation yet to come. #Quote by Cormac McCarthy
Active Life quotes by The School Of Life
#49. Hold your beliefs lightly.' Certainty is not necessarily a friend of sanity, although it is often mistaken for it. #Quote by The School Of Life
Active Life quotes by Peter Koestenbaum
#50. The greatest happiness in life is to be truly and consistently creative. #Quote by Peter Koestenbaum
Active Life quotes by Edwin Hubbel Chapin
#51. Patriotism! It is used to define so many diversities, to justify so many wrongs, to compass so many ends, that its life is killed out; it becomes a dead word in the vocabulary-a blank counter, to be moved to any part of the game; and that flag which, streaming from the mast-head of our ship of state, striped with martyr-blood, and glistening with the stars of lofty promise, should always indicate our worldwide mission, and the glorious destinies that we carry forward, is bandied about in every selfish skirmish, and held up as the symbol of every political privateer. #Quote by Edwin Hubbel Chapin
Active Life quotes by Junipero Serra
#52. We found on our journey, as well as in the place where we stopped, that they treated us with as much confidence and good-will as if they had known us all their lives. #Quote by Junipero Serra
Active Life quotes by Milan Kundera
#53. Keep this in mind: it is our religion to praise life. The word "life" is the king of words. The king­word surrounded by other grand words. The word "adventure"! The word "future"! And the word "hope"! By the way, do you know the code name for the atomic bomb they dropped on Hiroshima? "Little Boy"! That's a genius, the fellow who invented that code! They couldn't have dreamed up a better one. Little boy, kid, tyke, tot - there's no word that's more tender, more touching, more loaded with future. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Active Life quotes by Julian Winters
#54. To every LGBTQIA+ person who has questioned their place in life: You're strong. You're important. You're a lion. Let the world hear you roar. #Quote by Julian Winters
Active Life quotes by Willard Scott
#55. I've produced more pilots than United Airlines, and they've all been disasters. Every audition I ever took in my life I lost. #Quote by Willard Scott
Active Life quotes by Dean Koontz
#56. I try not to spend too much time on partisan politics. Life's too short for that. I don't really believe that there have been many human problems solved by politics. #Quote by Dean Koontz
Active Life quotes by Orna Ross
#57. That thicket gave me my first thought of what a long poem should be. Its unpeopled, life-filled stillness, its silence held by the crash of breaking waves below. I thought of a poem as a place into which one could wander, away from the cares of life. I realized its characters should be as unreal, and as utterly real, as the shadows that people this thicket. #Quote by Orna Ross
Active Life quotes by Eric Greitens
#58. HAPPINESS: "Flourishing is a fact, not a feeling. We flourish when we grow and thrive. We flourish when we exercise our powers. We flourish when we become what we are capable of becoming...Flourishing is rooted in action..."happiness is a kind of working of the soul in the way of perfect excellence"...a flourishing life is a life lived along lines of excellence...Flourishing is a condition that is created by the choices we make in the world we live in...Flourishing is not a virtue, but a condition; not a character trait, but a result. We need virtue to flourish, but virtue isn't enough. To create a flourishing life, we need both virtue and the conditions in which virtue can flourish...Resilience is a virtue required for flourishing, bur being resilient will not guarantee that we will flourish. Unfairness, injustice, and bad fortune will snuff our promising lives. Unasked-for pain will still come our way...We can build resilience and shape the world we live in. We can't rebuild the world...three primary kinds of happiness: the happiness of pleasure, the happiness of grace, and happiness of excellence...people who are flourishing usually have all three kinds of happiness in their lives...Aristotle understood: pushing ourselves to grow, to get better, to dive deeper is at the heart of happiness...This is the happiness that goes hand in hand with excellence, with pursuing worthy goals, with growing mastery...It is about the exercise of powers. The most common mistake people make #Quote by Eric Greitens
Active Life quotes by Brian Herbert
#59. How will I be remembered by my children? This is the true measure of a man. #Quote by Brian Herbert
Active Life quotes by Heather Bixler
#60. The only way to prevent pride from taking root in our heart and our life is to embrace a life filled with faith, understanding, and forgiveness. #Quote by Heather Bixler
Active Life quotes by Brian Molko
#61. There is nothing more wonderful in life than seeing life as an adventure. We should all try things that we're afraid of. We should all look very clearly into the unknown and enjoy it. Because when you come in contact with things that you really don't know, that's when you're truly living. #Quote by Brian Molko
Active Life quotes by Stephanie Nash
#62. Life isn't always about how easy we can make it, but about the choices we make to ease the life. #Quote by Stephanie Nash
Active Life quotes by Grant Morrison
#63. It's quite possible we may actually be looking at some kind of super-sanity here. A brilliant new modification of human perception, more suited to urban life at the end of the twentieth century ... He creates himself each day. He sees himself as the lord of misrule and the world as a theatre of the absurd. #Quote by Grant Morrison
Active Life quotes by Quentin Tarantino
#64. Violence in real life is terrible; violence in movies can be cool. It's just another colour to work with. #Quote by Quentin Tarantino
Active Life quotes by Manuel Puig
#65. I believe that people who don't achieve anything in life are isolated and resent those that are successful. #Quote by Manuel Puig
Active Life quotes by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
#66. Like Elmore Leonard and Donald Westlake and Robert B. Parker and oh so many others, I want to die with my boots on, facedown on my keyboard if possible, in the middle of a sentence. #Quote by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Active Life quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
#67. Mankind must live in harmony with one another. #Quote by Lailah Gifty Akita
Active Life quotes by Colin Nissan
#68. How rude of me, we haven't even introduced ourselves. We're the Andersons. I'm Evan, the lovely size-zero lass in the floppy sun hat is my wife Amy, and these are our best friends/children, Evan and Amy Jr. As you can see, we're very fit and active. You know what our family's average percentage of body fat is? Three. Yes, really. We got it tested last year when we all became organ donors.
You may have noticed that I'm carrying Amy on my back. We do that a lot. At least once a day, and not just when we're in fields like this; we do it on beaches and in urban environments as well. That's what happens when your love is deep and playful like ours. You should also know that we also dab frosting on each other's noses every single time we eat cupcakes, which is both mischievous and very us. Do you guys even eat cupcakes? #Quote by Colin Nissan
Active Life quotes by James Buchan
#69. To make a love story, you need a couple of young people, but to reflect on the nature of love, you're better off with old ones. That is a fact of life and literature - and of the novel ever since it fell in love with love in the 18th century. #Quote by James Buchan
Active Life quotes by Michael R. Underwood
#70. how to think in the right genre?" "We already do it, every day. We tell ourselves what kind of story we're in, and we're often wrong, because life is mostly every genre, sometimes at once. #Quote by Michael R. Underwood
Active Life quotes by Timothy Leary
#71. If you are serious about your religion, if you really wish to commit yourself to the spiritual quest, you must learn how to use psychochemicals. Drugs are the religion of the twenty-first
century. Pursuing the religious life today without using psychedelic drugs is like studying astronomy with the naked eye because that's how they did it in the first century A.D., and besides
telescopes are unnatural. #Quote by Timothy Leary
Active Life quotes by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
#72. Deep in the world of atomic nuclei, life is not always tranquil. #Quote by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Active Life quotes by Dennis Wilson
#73. The greatest success in life is to feel I'm something for someone; the feeling of falling in love, the newness of love. #Quote by Dennis Wilson
Active Life quotes by Joseph Butler
#74. That which is the foundation of all our hopes and of all our fears; all our hopes and fears which are of any consideration; I mean a Future Life. #Quote by Joseph Butler
Active Life quotes by Arthur Miller
#75. Immortality is like trying to carve your initials in a block of ice in the middle of July. #Quote by Arthur Miller
Active Life quotes by Brad Dourif
#76. Gee, I certainly hope I'm not a scary person in real life. It's not like people run from me when they see me. People are usually pretty nice when they meet me. If they're scared, they keep their shuddering to themselves. #Quote by Brad Dourif
Active Life quotes by Sunday Adelaja
#77. You can start looking for your purpose in life after you have identify who you are #Quote by Sunday Adelaja
Active Life quotes by Archibald Marwizi
#78. Be disciplined enough to choose your network and be willing to sacrifice the circles that reduce your effectiveness and make you unproductive. #Quote by Archibald Marwizi
Active Life quotes by Willie Stargell
#79. I'm a God-fearing man who worships with my heart and with my life. #Quote by Willie Stargell
Active Life quotes by Frederick Lenz
#80. There is something to this fabric of life that is beautiful. If you find the world unpleasant, I don't think that is wisdom. That is a sign of a lack of wisdom. #Quote by Frederick Lenz
Active Life quotes by Joshua L. Liebman
#81. The primary joy of life is acceptance, approval, the sense of appreciation and companionship of our human comrades. Many men do not understand that the need for fellowship is really as deep as the need for food, and so they go through life accepting many substitutes for genuine, warm, simple. #Quote by Joshua L. Liebman
Active Life quotes by Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
#82. we were not born the same, we are all not born with the same abilities and capabilities, but no matter what seed God has given to us, be it small or big, He expects a good returns from us in the end and we must endeavor to be good stewards and managers of our abilities and capabilities regardless of where we live and the challenges we face! #Quote by Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
Active Life quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
#83. Love is the greatest personal force. #Quote by Lailah Gifty Akita
Active Life quotes by Ernie Hudson
#84. What celebrities hope is that people identify not so much that they're particularly special or different, but they identify with them. We represent life in general, the guy who does whatever. #Quote by Ernie Hudson

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