Best 140 of Who we are quotes - MyQuotes
Everything that happens to us is a reflection of who we are.
We are all products of our environment; every person we meet, every new experience or adventure, every book we read, touches and changes us, making us the unique being we are.
As long as we are looking for love, we will live in fear of losing it.
It just doesn't occur to an American that someone else will solve their problems. Americans take pride in solving problems for themselves. And if we fail, we get back up and try again. It's what we do. It's who we are.
An aware and righteous individual doesn’t need the respect of others to feel respected.
All events and people you have cherished in the past, and all events and people that are yet to happen to you, exist at all times. This for sure beats the traditional concept of heaven!
One of the things that has to be faced is the process of waiting to change the system, how much we have got to do to find out who we are, where we have come from and where we are going.
Running is about more than just putting one foot in front of the other; it is about our lifestyle and who we are.
We need language to tell us who we are, how we feel, what we're capable of- to explain the pains and glory of our existence.
Lee L Jampolsky
What if happiness is in fact more about remembering who we are, rather than attempting to change anything or anyone at all?
We realize--often quite suddenly--that our sense of self, which has been formed and constructed out of our ideas, beliefs and images, is not really who we are. It doesn't define us, it has no center.
You certainly believe in the power of love. And throughout the series, you see how love shows itself in ways that mirror the best of who we are.
Robert Neelly Bellah
We have to treat others as part of who we are, rather than as a 'them' with whom we are in constant competition.
A true work of art is never separate from the artist.
It would be pretty impossible for us to separate our personal and professional lives, because so much of what we do comes from how we were raised and what we share and who we are.
We are made to persist. that's how we find out who we are.
Robert Neelly Bellah
We never get to the bottom of ourselves on our own. We discover who we are face to face and side by side with others in work, love and learning.
God's revelation is in the gospel not only reveals who He is, but it also reveals who we are.
All progress must, and can only be, based on truth: the way it is.
Aging is inevitable but growing old is a choice.
R. L. Lafevers
We are all of us, gods and mortals, made up of many pieces, some of them broken, some of them scarred, but none of them the total sum of who we are.
You and I... we are One. We are the waves on this cosmic sea called Love. And as the waves roll in, so do we for we are the waves, we are the Love. And when the waves roll out, so do we, for we are the Love, we are the waves. But fear not for we are not just the waves, we are the sea. This sea; that is Love. You see my sweet heart, there's no separation whatsoever between the waves and the sea, between coming and going (when perceived from our totality). We always are the sea. We are 'the' Love. We are this sea that is Love. So let us surrender. Let us surrender to Love. For Love; it truly is what we are... we are the sea, this sea called Love.
We are more than our problems. Even if our problem is our own behavior, the problem is not who we are-it's what we did. It's okay to have problems. It's okay to talk about problems-at appropriate times, and with safe people. It's okay to solve problems. And we're okay, even when we have, or someone we love has a problem. We don't have to forfeit our personal power or our self-esteem. We have solved exactly the problems we've needed to solve to become who we are.
Love is at once an affirmation and a transcendence of who we are.
But we all make mistakes. It’s how we fix them that makes us who we are.
The world as we know it is falling apart at the seams, because it's an inadequate container for the truth of who we are.
Joan Z. Borysenko
Healing is the rediscovery of who we are and who we have always been.
An aware atheist understands that disbelieving God does not equal knowing that God does not exist
As a species we have made a giant leap from Nature toward nurture.
Both within the family and without, our sisters hold up our mirrors: our images of who we are and of who we can dare to become.
It is only our deeds that reveal who we are.
I have the belief that we are all created to be unique. We are supposed to be different and do those things that made us who we are.
Let us remember that we can do these things not just because of wealth or power, but because of who we are: one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
It is not who you are NOW, it is what GOD says you are that matter.
An all-powerful ruler of the Universe would not endorse a dormant mind.
All conflict in the world is essentially about our differences in measurement.
Our bad memories and our bad experiences are what make us who we are and what make us grow and allow us to learn, if we choose to see the lessons in those experiences.
We have a pride of who we are as Latinos, regardless if we're Puerto Rican, Dominican, Venezuelan, and we're very proud of our customs and our history and our traditions and who we are.
A path toward self-realization necessarily demands gratitude.
An illusion is just another way of seeing reality.
An aware theist understands that believing in God does not equal the fact of knowing that God exists.
An aware mind absent of thought is not thoughtlessness; it’s alert awareness.
Being gay is not just what I do, but who I am. It is part of how I choose to live my life even if I never chose.
I think it's the tragedy of our time that we're not aware of the affect of the manner in which we've adopted tools. Those tools have become who we are.
So, tomorrow, I'm leaving. And I'm not going to let that happen again with anyone else. I'm going to do what I want to do. I'm going to be who I really am. And I'm going to figure out what that is. But right now I'm here with you. And I want to know where you are, what you need, and what you want to do.
Our memories tell us who we are and they cannot be achieved through committee work, by consulting other people about what happened. That doesn't mean that at all times memories are telling us the absolute truth, but that the main source of who we are is that memory, flawed or not.
Who you essentially are—the reason why you were put on this earth—is what you never grow tired of being.
I've always been a big believer in the power of place. I believe that where we are affects who we are when it comes to happiness, spirituality, economics and creative genius.
How we treat others will determine how others treat us, and how others treat us will determine who we are.
A spiritual endeavor strives for sincere introspection and right conduct.