Best 147 of Transition quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 14 Sep

Barry Eisler

Paper publishers are doing everything they can to slow the transition to eBooks because, in a digital world, paper publishers' high hardback margins essentially disappear.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Matt Smith

I quite like the transitions of being an actor, because you get to explore these little pockets of life. So if you're playing a builder you get to know about building, if you're playing a scientist or a physician or something you get to know about physics. And similarly with this world I like exploring their culture, that very sort of upper middle class, addictive... that's part of the reason I love it.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Daniel Guerin

What is more, thanks notably to Rosa Luxemburg, the idea has penetrated socialist thought that even if the masses are not yet completely mature, even if the fusion of science and the working class dreamed of by Lassalle has not yet taken place, the only way to catch up and to remedy this deficiency is to assist the masses in doing their apprenticeship in direct democracy from the bottom up. It is in developing, encouraging, and stimulating their free initiatives; it is in inculcating in them the sense of their responsibilities instead of maintaining in them, as state "communism" does (whether in power or in opposition), the age-old habits of passivity, submission, and feeling of inferiority passed on to them by a past of oppression. Even if this apprenticeship is at times difficult, even if the rhythm is at times slow, even if it cripples society with supplementary costs, even if it can only be effected at the cost of some "disorder," these difficulties, these delays, these supplementary costs, these growing pains, are infinitely less harmful than the false order, the false brilliance, the false "efficiency" of state "communism," which obliterate man, kill popular initiative, and finally dishonor the very idea of communism.

By Anonym 19 Sep

S. Bear Bergman

Transpeople lose a number of things when we transition. We can lose family, friends, jobs, children, lovers, and money. But the most difficult thing for me to lose has been veracity. I was already used to not being real, but now I don’t even seem to be trustworthy. I’m not a reliable reporter about my sex or my gender or even my own name; I cannot be trusted to be my own expert. In each of those querying moments, what I am being asked for are details so someone else can make the final decision—am I real yet?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Karl Jaspers

A comprehensive philosophy of history should interpret the changes in man's condition as a meaningful succession of historical ways of life; in every epoch these ways of life account fro the general situation and the prevailing patterns of action and though. They do not replace each other suddenly. The old is still alive while the new unfolds itself. The mighty breakthrough of the new is bound at first to fail against the staying power and coherence of the old way of life not yet exhausted. Transition is the zone of tragedy.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Queen Latifah

As a rapper, you sort of act in music videos and in the persona you adopt onstage. You kinda have to put yourself out there and be courageous even to be a rapper. So, to step into acting was not that difficult a transition to make.

By Anonym 15 Sep

John Elof Boodin

The pangs of pain, of failure, in this mortal lot, are the birth-throes of transition to better things. We are separated for a time by the indifference of space and our blindness which particularizes and isolates us. But in us is a longing for unity.

By Anonym 13 Sep

William Bridges

All transitions are composed of an ending, a neutral zone and a new beginning

By Anonym 14 Sep

Ian Bremmer

The developed world should neither shelter nor militarily destabilize authoritarian regimes unless those regimes represent an imminent threat to the national security of other states. Developed states should instead work to create the conditions most favorable for a closed regime's safe passage through the least stable segment of the J curve however and whenever the slide toward instability comes. And developed states should minimize the risk these states pose the rest of the world as their transition toward modernity begins.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Kofi Siriboe

As a kid, there [on TV] were things I wasn't aware of - insecurities while transition from teen to adult. When I was around 17 and 18, I started seeing the benefits of this world.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Major Owens

It was the best route to get folks to understand segregation fast. Civil rights and women's rights had a clear history. Making the transition to rights for people with disabilities became easier because we had the history of the other two.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Rick Joyner

The whole economy would be much healthier if it would transition to an asset-based economy rather than a credit-based one.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Queen Latifah

To step into acting was not that difficult a transition to make. What was difficult was the work and the practice that went into becoming good at it, because I hadn't had any training.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Jillian Hervey

More than anything, it's been a transition into embracing my destiny. I have everything around me to be able to do this properly. Whether or not I was hiding from that early on, I think now it's great to feel that way. It's just the journey.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Zechariah Barrett

Day and night. Give and take. But never to die. Each have their time.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Isaac Marion

Last winter, when so many Living joined the Dead and our prey became scarce, I watched some of my friends become full-dead. The transition was undramatic. They just slowed down, then stopped, and after a while I realised they were corpses. It disquieted me at first, but it’s against etiquette to notice when one of us dies. I distracted myself with some groaning.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Brad Listi

I feel like it's a good time to be a writer. I'm terminally optimistic. It seems like the publishing industry is in the middle of a big transition, and that the rules of the game are still sorting themselves out.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Siddhartha Mukherjee

It is tempting to write the history of technology through products: the wheel; the microscope; the airplane; the Internet. But it is more illuminating to write the history of technology through transitions: linear motion to circular motion; visual space to subvisual space; motion on land to motion on air; physical connectivity to virtual connectivity.

By Anonym 15 Sep

William Bridges

Author says change emphasizes what is happening TO us while transition emphasizes opportunity for growth within.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jack Welch

We have built a company with a business mix and operating system that will allow us to deliver record results in any foreseeable economic climate, ... We have just completed a very successful management transition and I've never been more confident about the company's future.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Hans Joachim Schellnhuber

Either the Earth System would undergo major phase transitions as a result of unchecked human pressure on nature's capacities and resources or a "Great Transformation" towards global sustainability would be initiated in due course. Neither transitions nor transformations will be manageable without novel forms of global governance and markets.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lily Brooks-dalton

A motorcycle is a vehicle of change, after all. It puts the wheels beneath a midlife crisis, or a coming-of-age saga, or even just the discovery of something new, something you didn't realize was there. It provides the means to cross over, to transition, or to revitalize; motorcycles are self-discovery's favorite vehicle.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Casey Plett

Maybe living through it isn't the only hard part. Maybe being in the world afterward is also the hard part.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Marisha Pessl

How scary and sudden the shift from Living to Dead.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Lisa Marie Presley

I went through a huge transition in my life where everything and everyone I knew and trusted didn't turn out to be that way.

By Anonym 15 Sep

William Bridges

We resist transition not because we can't accept the change, but because we can't accept letting go of that piece of ourselves that we have to give up when and because the situation has changed.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jamie Lee Curtis

I am appalled that the term we use to talk about aging is 'anti'. Aging is human evolution in its pure form. Death, taxes and aging .... We are ALL going to age and soften and mellow and transition.

By Anonym 14 Sep

David W. Orr

No institutions in modern society are better equipped to catalyze the necessary transition to a sustainable world than colleges and universities. They have access to the leaders of tomorrow and the leaders of today. What they do matters to the wider public.

By Anonym 13 Sep

George Gaylord Simpson

Almost all paleontologists recognize that the discovery of a complete transition is in any case unlikely.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Janet Evanovich

Transitions are critically important. I want the reader to turn the page without thinking she's turning the page. It must flow seamlessly.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jeanette Leblanc

hold still. stay there. tease back the layers. you are in the space between your comfort zone and infinity. you want to hide. not be seen. not be open. not be vulnerable. but you have to. there are two ways to do this - soft and gentle or fast and hard. both will get you to the other side, if you let them.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Emanuel Swedenborg

A person's life from infancy to old age is nothing else than an advance from the world towards heaven, the last stage of which is death; the actual transition from one life to the next.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

All classifications in this world lack sharp boundaries, and all transitions are gradual.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Enoch Powell

It is advertising that enthrones the customer as king. This infuriates the socialist...[it is] the crossing of the boundary between West Berlin and East Berlin. It is Checkpoint Charlie, or rather Checkpoint Douglas, the transition from the world of choice and freedom to the world of drab, standard uniformity.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Meredith Hall

I feel the swelling energy, the inexplicable, restless hunger, rising in my own innocent life. I don't care at all about the music or the drinking or the gathering together of teenagers for fun and the thrill of belonging. But my father is gone. He has a new life, a new wife and daughter, and never calls or visits. I miss him badly. My mother is inaccessible. My older brother and sister have moved on to their own lives, leaving me alone at home and on the beach while my mother works and plays with Peter.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Achim Steiner

Corporation 2020 is an indispensable contribution to the global transformation of finance and corporations as humanity re-integrates centuries of knowledge and continues its inevitable transition from the first Industrial Era... Pavan Sukhdev is a powerful standard-bearer leading us to the cleaner, knowledge-rich Green Economy globally, and this book provides a benchmark and guide to this better future for humanity.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Frederick Lenz

The world has an ending and a beginning. It begins with you and it ends with you. The end of the world occurs when you make a major transition in attention.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Michael Thomas Sunnarborg

Change is difficult, but it can be managed when you stay aware of the power of your choices, even if it’s simply your attitude.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Asger Jorn

If the image was sketched onto the canvas and spontaneously drawn, colour would often be restrained and unfree... The most important and the most difficult liberation process we went trough, the one that has distinguished our art, was the freeing of colour, the transition to a painterly spontaneity.

By Anonym 15 Sep

David Jeremiah

What a loving God we serve! Not only has He prepared a heavenly dwelling for us, but His angels also accompany us as we transition from this world to the next.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Gilles Dauve

In England, in the Netherlands, in France, from the sixteenth century on, economic and political violence expropriated craftsmen and peasants, repressed indigence and vagrancy, imposed wage-labor on the poor. Between 1930 and 1950, Russia decreed a labor code which included capital punishment in order to organise the transition of millions of peasants to industrial wage-labor in less than a few decades. Seemingly normal facts: that an individual has nothing but his labor power, that he must sell it to a business unit to be able to live, that everything is a commodity, that social relations revolve around market exchange ... such facts now taken for granted result from a long, brutal process.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Ricky Ponting

I had big shoes to fill, but the way we have been playing has made the transition easy.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Charles Strickler

It was another mild day, signaling the transition from winter to spring. The trees unfolded their leaves as they awoke from their long winter nap. In the cloudless blue sky, birds chirped as they floated from tree to tree on the light breeze and alighted to outstretched limbs. The first flowers of spring dotted the landscape with a prelude of the bright, vibrant colors about to spill over the muted and dull tones dominating the palate of the lifeless winter season just passed.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Candy Gourlay

And then I couldn't see (Banawa) any more because the plane tilted up and we flew straight into a fierce light. This must be what it's like to be reborn. First, there you are in the darkness of your mother's womb, not knowing anything and not wanting anything to change. And then suddenly you are out, naked and starving hungry in a shining new world.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Marlee Matlin

It seems we're always in transition and that it's more about trends than it is about what's meaningful.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Anna-marie Mclemore

Look," Aracely said. "I know what you're going through." "No you don't." Sam sat up. "I still have to live like this. Nothing is gonna fix me. There's no water that's gonna make me into something else." "And I'd start from where you are if it meant what happened that night didn't have to happen," Aracely said. "We don't get to become who we are for nothing. It costs something. You're fighting for every little piece of yourself. And maybe I got all of me at once but I lost everything else. Don't you dare think there's any water in the world that makes this easy.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Marya Hornbacher

There's childhood and early onset bipolar, but it transitions in your early adulthood into something a little bit different, and extremely severe. It was at that time that my impulse control just went out the window. Impulse control when you're manic just disappears.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Robert Kocharian

I want to assure you that working in transition period is an ungrateful job for any honest government.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Barbara Kingsolver

Our childhood had passed over into history overnight. The transition was unnoticed by anyone but ourselves.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

Glorious death is a transition into heavenly glories; “purposeless life” is the cause of shameful death and shameful death is a transition to eternal doom!