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Living Wisely quotes by Epicurus
#1. It is impossible to live a pleasant life without living wisely and well and justly. And it is impossible to live wisely and well and justly without living a pleasant life. #Quote by Epicurus
Living Wisely quotes by Anonymous
#2. 23Doing wrong is fun for a fool, but living wisely brings pleasure to the sensible. #Quote by Anonymous
Living Wisely quotes by Rene Dubos
#3. To ward off disease or recover health, people as a rule find it easier to depend on healers than to attempt the more difficult task of living wisely. #Quote by Rene Dubos
Living Wisely quotes by Sally Clarkson
#4. Managing our stress and our rest is a sign of living wisely. Refueling as a way to find joy, to create pleasure, and to celebrate life in the midst of all its demands fills our hearts with renewed hope. When we take the time to breathe, listen, and rest from the daily grind to see miracles bubbling up in our lives. #Quote by Sally Clarkson
Living Wisely quotes by Epicurus
#5. We cannot live pleasantly without living wisely and nobly and righteously. #Quote by Epicurus
Living Wisely quotes by Rob Delaney
#6. The danger for a comedian on Twitter is the same danger that any civilian faces: sometimes you gotta put that phone down and go live your life. When you're on Twitter, you're not living, and if you're not living, you're not taking in stimuli with which you can create new material. #Quote by Rob Delaney
Living Wisely quotes by Denis Leary
#7. Yeah, I love living in New York, man, and people who live in New York, we wear that fact like a badge right on our sleeve because we know that fact impresses everybody! I was in Vietnam. So what? I live in New York! #Quote by Denis Leary
Living Wisely quotes by Christian Slater
#8. The attraction of being wild is living on the edge, living up to the reputations of the people you've been following or emulating. People are always talking about how wild and exciting they were, but the key word is 'were', because there's a long list of dead, famous people. #Quote by Christian Slater
Living Wisely quotes by L.J. Vanier
#9. We are in fact living organisms that exist in a living universe #Quote by L.J. Vanier
Living Wisely quotes by Michael Holbrook
#10. Ask questions. Seek answers, knowing you'll never have all of them. And that's okay. Sometimes curiosity is its own reward. #Quote by Michael Holbrook
Living Wisely quotes by Muhammad Ali
#11. If we were second class citizens we'd be driving old Cadillacs and living good. If we were first class we'd be driving a Rolls Royce. #Quote by Muhammad Ali
Living Wisely quotes by Rainbow Rowell
#12. I'm fine," [her dad] said gently. "Back on the horse, Cath.'
'What's the horse?' she sighed, watching him pull on a South High hoodie. 'Jogging? Working too much?'
'Living,' he said, a little too loud. 'Life's the horse. #Quote by Rainbow Rowell
Living Wisely quotes by Alan Philips
#13. It was a memorable night for a burgeoning community of food enthusiasts at exactly the right moment. I was ecstatic. For the first time in my adult life, I was doing something purely for the joy of sharing my passion with the world, rather than to stroke my ego or make money. It felt like I was finally living my purpose. I was manifesting my dreams, making tangible an inspiration that came from deep within. #Quote by Alan Philips
Living Wisely quotes by J.K. Rowling
#14. In fairness to Aberforth, it must be admitted that living in Albus's shadow cannot have been an altogether comfortable experience. Being continually outshone was an occupational hazard of being his friend and cannot have been any more pleasurable as a brother. #Quote by J.K. Rowling
Living Wisely quotes by John Dewey
#15. Collateral learning in the way of formation of enduring attitudes, of likes and dislikes, may be and often is much more important than the spelling lesson or lesson in geography or history that is learned. For these attitudes are fundamentally what count in the future. The most important attitude that can be formed is that of desire to go on learning. If impetus in this direction is weakened instead of being intensified, something much more than mere lack of preparation takes place. The pupil is actually robbed of native capacities which otherwise would enable him [sic] to cope with the circumstances that he meets in the course of his life. We often see persons who have had little schooling and in whose case the absence of set schooling proves to be a positive asset. They have at least retained their native common sense and power of judgement, and its exercise in the actual conditions of living has given them the precious gift of ability to learn from the experiences they have. #Quote by John Dewey
Living Wisely quotes by Richard Dreyfuss
#16. I really think that living is the process of going from complete certainty to complete ignorance. #Quote by Richard Dreyfuss
Living Wisely quotes by John Masefield
#17. On Growing Old

Be with me, Beauty, for the fire is dying;
My dog and I are old, too old for roving.
Man, whose young passion sets the spindrift flying,
Is soon too lame to march, too cold for loving.
I take the book and gather to the fire,
Turning old yellow leaves; minute by minute
The clock ticks to my heart. A withered wire,
Moves a thin ghost of music in the spinet.
I cannot sail your seas, I cannot wander
Your cornland, nor your hill-land, nor your valleys
Ever again, nor share the battle yonder
Where the young knight the broken squadron rallies.
Only stay quiet while my mind remembers
The beauty of fire from the beauty of embers.

Beauty, have pity! for the strong have power,
The rich their wealth, the beautiful their grace,
Summer of man its sunlight and its flower.
Spring-time of man, all April in a face.
Only, as in the jostling in the Strand,
Where the mob thrusts, or loiters, or is loud,
The beggar with the saucer in his hand
Asks only a penny from the passing crowd,
So, from this glittering world with all its fashion,
Its fire, and play of men, its stir, its march,
Let me have wisdom, Beauty, wisdom and passion,
Bread to the soul, rain when the summers parch.
Give me but these, and though the darkness close
Even the night will blossom as the rose. #Quote by John Masefield
Living Wisely quotes by Sunday Adelaja
#18. Living a Christian life is not equivalent to living a religious one #Quote by Sunday Adelaja
Living Wisely quotes by Brooklyn Sudano
#19. I'm a pretty private person. I'm not "out there" out there. From living in New York City, I developed a certain awareness that you have to have when you live by yourself. #Quote by Brooklyn Sudano
Living Wisely quotes by Susan Ee
#20. He sprawls on the sand, quietly laughing. His laugh is weak and in need of air but it may still be the greatest sound I've ever heard. It's full of warmth and genuine mirth, as only a living, breathing - um - person can have. #Quote by Susan Ee
Living Wisely quotes by Emmi Itaranta
#21. Most of the soil we walk on once grew and breathed, and once it had the shape of the living, long ago. One day someone who doesn't remember us will walk on our skin and flesh and bones, on the dust that remains of us. #Quote by Emmi Itaranta
Living Wisely quotes by Catherine Drinker Bowen
#22. Writing is not apart from living. Writing is a kind of double living. #Quote by Catherine Drinker Bowen
Living Wisely quotes by Chele Cooke
#23. all living things, you can't tell them what they should be. You can only help them find what suits them best. #Quote by Chele Cooke
Living Wisely quotes by Paramahansa Yogananda
#24. Having lots of money while not having inner peace is like dying of thirst while bathing in the ocean. #Quote by Paramahansa Yogananda
Living Wisely quotes by Brenda Hodnett
#25. Everybody gets taken at different times, Sara, but you can't let that stop you from living life. #Quote by Brenda Hodnett
Living Wisely quotes by Caleb Roehrig
#26. You won't win every fight… but the key to success isn't dominating every single battle; sometimes it's retreating - living to fight another day when the odds are better, find your strengths, learn your weaknesses, pick your battles. #Quote by Caleb Roehrig
Living Wisely quotes by Pope Benedict XVI
#27. By creating the Third Order, though, Francis did accept the distinction between radical commitment and the necessity of living in the world. The point of the Third Order is to accept with humility the task of one's secular profession and its requirements, wherever one happens to be, while directing one's whole life to that deep interior communion with Christ that Francis showed us. "To own goods as if you owned nothing" (cf. 1 Cor 7:29ff.) - to master this inner tension, which is perhaps the more difficult challenge, and, sustained by those pledged to follow Christ radically, truly to live it out ever anew - that is what the third orders are for. And they open up for us what this Beatitude can mean for all. #Quote by Pope Benedict XVI
Living Wisely quotes by Megan Rich
#28. We arrived in Ulm just after the honeymoon, the moving there only prolonging it. Having slept that glorious jet-lag sleep right into evening on our first day, we took a walk through the streets of our new city, laughing aloud at our good fortune. How could we be living here? #Quote by Megan Rich
Living Wisely quotes by R. Lee Smith
#29. Jesus Christ, really? How did you ever survive living with me as long as you did without having sex every other hour?" "With God's aid alone," he said seriously. "It was a terrible time." "Just #Quote by R. Lee Smith
Living Wisely quotes by Tucker Max
#30. No one has it all figured out, especially not the people who are acting like they do and judging you because of it. Pretending to be something you aren't because you're trying to please a bunch of judgmental hypocrites and shitheads is not the way to be happy. Living the life you want to live is. It really is that simple. #Quote by Tucker Max
Living Wisely quotes by Ahna O'Reilly
#31. When you're six years old, you do not appreciate that you're living in the Alps. My sisters and I, all we wanted was to go to Disneyland. #Quote by Ahna O'Reilly
Living Wisely quotes by Kate Reardon
#32. Posh is a way of living that can often be quite miserly and not about money. #Quote by Kate Reardon
Living Wisely quotes by Hugh Leonard
#33. I came down to the living room one day and my wife was standing in the living room. It wasn't an illusion. I saw her out of the corner of my eye. The moment I saw her, she vanished. #Quote by Hugh Leonard
Living Wisely quotes by Thomas Merton
#34. We are what we love. If we love God, in whose image we were created, we discover ourselves in him and we cannot help being happy: we have already achieved something of the fullness of being for which we were destined in our creation. If we love everything else but God, we contradict the image born in our very essence, and we cannot help being unhappy, because we are living a caricature of what we are meant to be. #Quote by Thomas Merton
Living Wisely quotes by A C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
#35. So it is our request that you try to study Bhagavad-gītā as it is. Don't try to distort it by your so-called education. Try to understand Kṛiṣṇa as He is saying. Then you will be benefited. Your life will be successful. #Quote by A C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
Living Wisely quotes by A.W. Tozer
#36. is the veil of our fleshly fallen nature living on, unjudged within us, uncrucified and unrepudiated. It is the close-woven veil of the self-life which we have never truly acknowledged, of which we have been secretly ashamed, and which for these reasons we have never brought to the judgment of the cross. It is not too mysterious, this opaque veil, nor is it hard to identify. We have but to look in our own hearts and we shall see it there, sewn and patched and repaired it may be, but there nevertheless, an enemy to our lives and an effective block to our spiritual progress. #Quote by A.W. Tozer
Living Wisely quotes by Tina Turner
#37. We're living in world, stars and dust Between heaven 'n all that surrounds us We're travellers here, spirits passing through And the love we give, is all that will endure Just like a rose after the rain Something beautiful remains Tears will leave no stains Time will ease the pain For every life that fades Something beautiful remains #Quote by Tina Turner
Living Wisely quotes by Frederick Lenz
#38. People on this planet are currently preparing to blow themselves up in ultimate thermonuclear wars. We are living among beings whose state of mind is destruction. #Quote by Frederick Lenz
Living Wisely quotes by Pat Barker
#39. I thought: Suppose, suppose just once, once, all these centuries, the slippery gods keep their word and Achilles is granted eternal glory in return for his early death under the walls of Troy...? What will they make of us, the people of those unimaginably distant times? One thing I do know: they won't want the brutal reality of conquest and slavery. They won't want to be told about the massacres of men and boys, the enslavement of women and girls. They won't want to know we were living in a rape camp. No, they'll go for something altogether softer. A love story, perhaps? I just hope they manage to work out who the lovers were. #Quote by Pat Barker
Living Wisely quotes by Malcolm Gladwell
#40. In my mid-adolescence, my friend Terry Martin and I became obsessed with William F. Buckley. This makes more sense when you realize that we were living in Bible Belt farming country miles from civilization. Buckley seemed impossibly exotic. #Quote by Malcolm Gladwell
Living Wisely quotes by Ais
#41. A life without living was simply a death without dying. #Quote by Ais
Living Wisely quotes by Marty Rubin
#42. When things consistently go wrong you know you're living in the real world. #Quote by Marty Rubin
Living Wisely quotes by Jose Saramago
#43. The only difference between life and death is that the living still have time, but the time to say that one word, to make that one gesture, is running out for them. What gesture, what word, I don't know, a man dies from not having said it, from not having made it, this is what he dies of, not from sickness, and that is why, when dead, he finds it so difficult to accept death. (Jose Saramago, The Year of the Death of Ricardo Reis, p 122) #Quote by Jose Saramago

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