Wise quotes

Wisdom is an understanding of life values ​​and an intuitive foresight of how events will develop. 50 wise thoughts that can be found on the pages of useful books. Wise people are not born, but made. The authors of books are inspired by the sayings of other authors. We have chosen for you 50 wise epigraphs that can be found on the pages of the most useful books.

Wise Quotes

If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things. Albert Einstein

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Smile! After all, smiling is free therapy. Douglas Horton

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The most wonderful thing in life is being able to write down your thoughts and feelings. Otherwise, I would suffocate. Anne Frank

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Music is a moral law. It gives the soul of the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination; music gives charm to the whole being. Plato

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One of the secrets of how to get more done is to make a to-do list for every day, have it in front of your eyes and be guided by it. Jean de La Fontaine

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One of the most important lessons I have learned is the understanding that nothing can replace our ability to concentrate. Diane Sawyer

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Every moment of life is filled with joy and happiness. If you pay attention, you will see it. Thik Nath Khan

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In 20 years, you will be more upset about what you failed to do than about what you did. Jackson Browne

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There is something about green tea that allows us to be in a world where life can be calmly contemplated. Lin Yutang

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Treat people as if they really are what they would like to be, and you will help them become that way. Johann Wolfgang Goethe

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I have never had such troubles that reading a book for at least an hour could not overcome. Charles de Montesquieu

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A person who does nothing will never achieve anything. A person who is always busy will not achieve much either. Sir William Ogilvie

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If you hear a voice inside you telling you, "You are not an artist," don't listen to it. Write with even more dedication, and that voice will subside. Vincent van Gogh

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Opportunities to find deep forces in ourselves arise precisely at those moments when life presents us with the greatest difficulties. Joseph Campbell

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Nothing can dim the light that shines within. Maya Angelou

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I am the master of my destiny, I am the captain of my soul. William Ernest Henley *

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The greatest difference between successful and unsuccessful people, in my experience, is not in intelligence, resources or opportunities. It consists in the ability to achieve the intended goal and to believe in this ability. James Clear

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Beliefs become thoughts, Thoughts become words, Words become deeds, Deeds become habits, Habits become values, Values ​​become destiny. Mahatma Gandhi

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Order is not the enemy of freedom. Anna Setne

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Only physical exercises support our spirit and give strength to our mind. Mark Tullius Cicero

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When gratitude begins, difficulties recede. Neil Walsh

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A fuller life is not for those who have lived longer, but for those who have learned more. Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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Silence is a source of great power. Lao Tzu

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It takes courage to stand up and speak out. It takes the same courage to sit and listen. Winston Churchill

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Use your time correctly, do not miss any opportunity. William Shakespeare

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Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food. Hippocrates

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The quality of your life directly depends on how much uncertainty you can digest. Tony Robbins

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It is well known that a problem that is unsolvable in the evening is solved in the morning, after the sleep commission has worked on it. John Steinbeck

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No one can think clearly with clenched fists. George Nathan

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Always go through life with the feeling that you still have a lot to learn - and you will succeed. Vernon Howard

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The more reasons you find to be thankful, the more reasons life will give you to be happy. Oprah Winfrey

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Say yes to something new and you will experience it afterwards. Tina Fey

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Your body is precious. This is your awakening vehicle. Treat him with love. Buddha

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Without a calm and grounded self-confidence, you cannot be happy or successful. Norman Peel

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You can never run out of creativity. The more you use it, the more you get. Maya Angelou

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Eat food. Not too much. And mostly plant origin. Michael Pollan

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Go to bed with the last rays of the setting sun, and wake up with the first rays of dawn. Aretaeus from Cappadocia

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Great minds discuss ideas, ordinary minds discuss events, and small minds discuss other people. Eleanor Roosevelt

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Asking for help is not a sign of weakness or incompetence. Rather, it is a sign of a higher level of frankness and intelligence. Ann Wilson Chief

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You can learn more about a person in an hour of playing than in a year of talking. Plato

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Travel kills prejudice, obscurantism and narrow-mindedness. It is impossible to acquire a broad, healthy and benevolent view of people if you spend your whole life in one small corner of the earth. Mark Twain

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Nothing is more memorable than a smell. It can suddenly appear for a moment and disappear, having managed to awaken in memory the summer by the mountain lake from childhood. Diana Ackerman

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The cave you're afraid to enter holds the treasure you're looking for. Joseph Campbell

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We become what we constantly do. Aristotle

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Life enters through touch. Michelangelo

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He who works with his hands is a worker. The one who works with his hands and head is a master. The one who works with his hands, head and heart is an artist. Francis of Assisi

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If you have knowledge, let other people receive light from it. Margaret Fuller

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Every day you need not to increase, but to decrease the amount of objects around you. Feel free to get rid of the unnecessary. Bruce Lee

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Friendship is like money. It is easier to earn than to keep. Samuel Butler

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He who does not plan his affairs plans failure. Winston Churchill