Appreciating What You Had Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Appreciating What You Had Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Appreciating What You Had Sayings By Kim Culbertson: Dad always told me I was good at noticing moments, at appreciating the little things Dad always told me I was good at noticing moments, at appreciating the little things in life. It struck me as an odd thing, being good at noticing moments. Moments, in and of themselves, were actually pretty boring little bits of time. For most people, they were like confetti or snowflakes; they didn't amount to much until they were in groups. I think I was the opposite. I avoided the groups, the mounds of confetti or snow that had built up in my life, because I was more frightened of what those mounds might tell me to do.
I lived in the now so I didn't have to move forward. — Kim Culbertson
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Appreciating What You Had Sayings By R.K. Narayan: I shun all activities and you have none. You have freed yourself from all duties I shun all activities and you have none. You have freed yourself from all duties which had been forced on you. And so you need not know what time of the day or what time of the week, or numbers, reckoning of before and after, when and how far; in short you don't have to know the business of counting, which habit has made us human beings miserable in many ways. We have lost the faculty of appreciating the present living moment. We are always looking forward or backward and waiting for one or sighing for the other, and lose the pleasure of awareness of the moment in which we actually exist. — R.K. Narayan
Appreciating What You Had Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: I know that a pretty doll, a fair fool, might do well enough for the I know that a pretty doll, a fair fool, might do well enough for the honeymoon; but when passion cooled, how dreadful to find a lump of wax and wood laid in my bosom, a half-idiot clasped in my arms, and to remember that I had made of this my equal- nay, my idol- to know that I must pass the rest of my dreary life with a creature incapable of understanding what I said, of appreciating what I thought, or of sympathising with what I felt! — Charlotte Bronte
Appreciating What You Had Sayings By Meg Rosoff: Life's pleasures were so simple, really. It was all a matter of appreciating what you Life's pleasures were so simple, really. It was all a matter of appreciating what you had - and knowing that things could always be worse. — Meg Rosoff
Appreciating What You Had Sayings By Robert Jensen: What made Jim truly mystical was his ability to live fully conscious of how, every What made Jim truly mystical was his ability to live fully conscious of how, every day, a bit more of the sacred becomes desecrated. Still, Jim's awareness of how much had been lost didn't stop him from appreciating what remained. — Robert Jensen
Appreciating What You Had Sayings By Wilkie Collins: Our capacity of appreciating the beauties of the earth we live on is, in truth, Our capacity of appreciating the beauties of the earth we live on is, in truth, one of the civilised accomplishments which we all learn, as an Art; and, more, that very capacity is rarely practised by any of us except when our minds are most indolent and most unoccupied. How much share have the attractions of Nature ever had in the pleasurable or painful interests and emotions of ourselves or our friends? What space do they ever occupy in the thousand little narratives of personal experience which pass every day by word of mouth from one of us to the other? All that our minds can compass, all that our hearts can learn, can be accomplished with equal certainty, equal profit, and equal satisfaction to ourselves, in the poorest as in the richest prospect that the face of the earth can show. — Wilkie Collins