Best 35 of Striving quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 17 Sep

Edmond Mbiaka

No level of success is ever too great to stop striving and thriving.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Chuang Tse

Cease striving. Then there will be transformation.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Wallace Stevens

Was he to bray this in profoundest brass Arointing his dreams with fugal requiems? Was he to company vastest things defunct With a blubber of tom-toms harrowing the sky? Scrawl a tragedian's testament? Prolong His active force in an inactive dirge, Which, let the tall musicians call and call, Should merely call him dead? Pronounce amen Through choirs infolded to the outmost clouds? Because he built a cabin who once planned Loquacious columns by the ructive sea? Because he turned to salad-beds again?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ron Baratono

Success doesn’t come over night it’s the constant perseverance you give. The small steps you take every day striving for that goal. These fractions that lead to whole numbers during your journey is the only way to get there.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jeff Hobbs

She was also taking a big risk by hoping this sacrifice would mean something. If Rob turned out like any other rough boy in the neighborhood––if her son wasn't special like she believed he was––she feared the disappointment that would follow too much striving on her part.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Irene Hunt

One never stops climbing, Julie, unless he wants to stop and vegetate. There’s always something just ahead.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Edmond Mbiaka

Every precious thing that you want out of life starts from believing that you possess an unstoppable drive to continuously strive and thrive.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Adam Smith

In the common degree of the moral, there is no virtue. Virtue is excellence.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Immanuel Kant

(On the seeming futility of metaphysics) Why then has nature afflicted our reason with the restless striving for such a path, as if it were one of reason's most important occupations? Still more, how little cause have we to place trust in our reason if in one of the most important parts of our desire for knowledge it does not merely forsake us but even entices us with delusions and in the end betrays us! Or if the path has merely eluded us so far, what indications may we use that might lead us to hope that in renewed attempts we will be luckier than those who have gone before us?

By Anonym 20 Sep

Dean Koontz

Yet the human heart is disheartened by the most unreasonable self-judgments, because even when we take on giants, we too often confuse failure with fault, which I know too well. The only way back from such a bleak despondency is to shape humiliation into humility, to strive always to triumph over the darkness while never forgetting that the honor and the beauty are more in striving than in winning. When triumph at last comes, our efforts alone could not have won the day without that grace which surpasses all understanding and which will, if we allow it, imbue our lives with meaning.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Victoria Addino

Those of you who are convinced that you missed your calling, open all doors keep the entrance way clear. This way you will not miss that next call.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

One of the characteristics of humility is the ability to take the second place without striving for self-promotion

By Anonym 16 Sep

Marty Rubin

Don't try too hard to understand things. Be easygoing. That's the best.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Meghan Daum

The path of least resistance has a lot going for it. The comfort zone isn't where you lose yourself. It's where you find yourself.

By Anonym 20 Sep

George E. Miller

You may not have a hell of a lot of good sense but you do have to use the hell out of the little that you do have.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jonathan Anthony Burkett

If you fall still stand your ground and strive for that new start.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tim Hiller

We all are striving for something every minute of the day, whether we realize it or not.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Edmond Mbiaka

Moving forward should always be your one and only option to abide by in all circumstances. We were born to continuously strive and thrive.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rachel Hartman

All your failures and hopes, your suffering and striving, are inconsequential, compared with this. They are nothing. You are nothing. It was a relief to be nothing; it felt deep and beautiful and true.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Suzy Kassem

You can't move things by not moving.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

If you are striving to have a stable success and riches in joy, you need to be truly dedicated to God

By Anonym 19 Sep

Bryant Mcgill

We must always strive to reflect the highest vision of ourselves.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Edith Pargeter

Not his match! And have you not the heart in you to be anything but best? How many are his match? How many in this world do you think stand in the front rank? Are all the rest of us to give up and sit on our hands rather than serve humbly where we deserve?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Virginia Alison

Perfect yourself because you strive to attain your own perfection....After all, the eye of the beholder may be flawed...

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mark Hawthorne

...adopt the "practice makes progress" approach

By Anonym 16 Sep

Giovanni Boccaccio

In this world, you only get what you grab for.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

To stop working, striving and pushing, just because you have enough, therefore is a disservice to the Divine.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ron Baratono

Sometimes a goal in life we’re striving for seems dim or becomes unreachable. Direction has suddenly changed so fast we’re left with aimless thoughts and confusion. Don’t be troubled! You’ve proved to yourself that you have the drive. Your new direction will come with patience. Each of us needs time to rest our heart and mind before we reach the next mountain.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Friedrich Nietzsche

Be not virtuous beyond your powers! And seek nothing from yourselves opposed to probability!... Shy, ashamed, awkward, like the tiger whose spring hath failed—thus, ye higher men, have I often seen you slink aside. A cast which ye made had failed... The higher its type, always the seldomer doth a thing succeed. Ye higher men here, have ye not all—been failures? Be of good cheer; what doth it matter? How much is still possible! Learn to laugh at yourselves, as ye ought to laugh! What wonder even that ye have failed and only half-succeeded, ye half-shattered ones! Doth not—man's future strive and struggle in you? Man's furthest, profoundest, star-highest issues, his prodigious powers—do not all these foam through one another in your vessel? What wonder that many a vessel shattereth! Learn to laugh at yourselves, as ye ought to laugh! Ye higher men, Oh, how much is still possible!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jeremiah Burroughs

Thou hast gone on in all thy life hitherto, ever since thou wast born, in a continual opposition to God Himself, unto the infinite Lord, the eternal first being of all the world; thy life hath been nothing but enmity to this God: thou hast as directly opposed, and striven against, and resisted Him, as ever man did oppose, and resist, and strive with another man, and this thou hast done in the whole course of thy life: certainly there is more in this to humble a man than anything that can be spoken to shew him the evil of sin.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Arthur Schopenhauer

All striving comes from lack, from a dissatisfaction with one's condition, and is thus suffering as long as it is not satisfied; but no satisfaction is lasting; instead, it is only the beginning of a new striving. We see striving everywhere inhibited in many ways, struggling everywhere; and thus always suffering; there is no final goal of striving, and therefore no bounds or end to suffering.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Heather Choate Davis

Even if we’ve never been inside a synagogue or a mosque or a church—even if we have, and vowed never to go back—deep down in our striving hearts, beneath all the ambition and the fear, we suspect that we were made for a different sort of life.

By Anonym 17 Sep

C. G. Jung

Not your thinking, but your being, is distinctiveness. Therefore not after difference, ye think it, must ye strive; but after YOUR OWN BEING. At bottom, therefore, there is only one striving, namely, the striving after your own being.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

One of the ability of humility is the ability to take the second place without striving for self-promotion

By Anonym 17 Sep

Johann Gottlieb Fichte

Men in the vehement pursuit of happiness grasp at the first object which offers to them any prospect of satisfaction, but immediately they turn an introspective eye and ask, ‘Am I happy?’ and at once from their innermost being a voice answers distinctly, ‘No, you are as poor and as miserable as before.' Then they think it was the object that deceived them and turn precipitately to another. But the second holds as little satisfaction as the first…Wandering then through life restless and tormented, at each successive station they think that happiness dwells at the next, but when they reach it happiness is no longer there. In whatever position they may find themselves there is always another one which they discern from afar, and which but to touch, they think, is to find the wished delight, but when the goal is reached discontent has followed on the way stands in haunting constancy before them.