Best 23 of Life meaning quotes - MyQuotes
As soon as we open our eyes in the morning, what we want most is to matter, to live a life and to do a work that has meaning. We have evolved to feel this way. Man's first thought was 'I AM'.
A. P. Sweet
We learn that all life is scarce yet abundant. Profane yet sacred. Loving yet hateful. Enlightened yet obscured. Isolated yet collective. That life is somehow derived from love.
Edgar Allan Poe
It is a happiness to wonder;—it is a happiness to dream
Without encouragement, what is the value of any meaningful relationship
A. P. Sweet
Because without the lows, the highs would seem pointless.
I truly believe we can either see the connections, celebrate them, and express gratitude for our blessings, or we can see life as a string of coincidences that have no meaning or connection. For me, I’m going to believe in miracles, celebrate life, rejoice in the views of eternity and hope my choices will create a positive ripple effect in the lives of others. This is my choice.
Nesta Jojoe Erskine
Without meaning, life becomes a tragedy we have to endure till the end.
No throne in the world can substitute a beach chair.
In a physical body lives a surreal soul where an exotic spirit listens to its own primordial howl.
When people say they try to find themselves, their inner self, to understand the meaning of life I smile and I say, instead why don't you create yourself and give a new meaning to your life
The Theory of the Paradise is always in transition.
I wonder the world desperate to find the edge of myself… Existence is an art.
To die this way seems so random, so trivial. I have been robbed of meaning before being robbed of life. To die in darkness, alone -- for what purpose was I ever alive. It is as if I emerged from darkness into delusion, then sank back into darkness forever.
Shumë thonë se vetë jeta është luftë. Hëh, jo, ore jo; luftë e njëmend është ajo e panjohur që gjendet brenda njeriut (...)
Believe me, people do change and they change often and many times through their lifetime. However, due to naiveness, passivity and selfishness, they commonly change towards a more negative self, becoming less than they were. Positive changes are destined for those that seek them. Our world is, by default, designed to bring us down. In order to go up, one must consciously seek to dream and manifest dreams, by learning, reading, asking meaningful questions and actively making connections with others. One must, at least, love.
There is something between the call of the wild and the need to know what’s all this behind.
There’s never been a map. Only a compass whose dial always knows where it’s pointing.
I need an exotic star but not the universe.
View your life as a form of art, and dare to turn it into an existential masterpiece.
My father..." Daisy began, then bit her lip. This man was her father's business partner. It was not appropriate to run to Westcliff with complaints. But the patience in his expression encouraged her to continue. "He called me a parasite," she said, keeping her voice soft to avoid disturbing Lillian. "He asked me to tell him how the world has benefitted from my existence, or what I had done for anyone." "And your reply?" Westcliff asked. "I... couldn't think of anything to say." Westcliff's coffee-colored eyes were unfathomable. He made a gesture for her to approach the settee, and she obeyed. To her astonishment, he took her hand in his and gripped it warmly. The usually circumspect earl had never done such a thing before. "Daisy," Westcliff said gently, "most lives are not distinguished by great achievements. They are measured by an infinite number of small ones. Each time you do a kindness for someone or bring a smile to his face, it gives your life meaning. Never doubt your value, little friend. The world would be a dismal place without Daisy Bowman in it.
It makes a difference how you feel on this planet Earth: a citizen, a temporary tourist, or an exotic cast-away.
Could you exist just for the art of existence?
Bernard Kelvin Clive
In this era where you can be anything you want to be, it is very alluring to miss the most important mark in life - fulfillment and meaning; Remember that, what you can do may not be necessarily what you are called to do