A man must know his destiny… if he does not recognize it, then he is lost. By this I mean, once, twice, or at the very most, three times, fate will reach out and tap a man on the shoulder… if he has the imagination, he will turn around and fate will point out to him what fork in the road he should take, if he has the guts, he will take it.— George S. Patton
Uplifting Fork In The Road quotations
Don't feel sorry for yourself if you have chosen the wrong road. Turn around.
If you do not know where you are going, every road will get you nowhere
If you don't know where you are currently standing, you're dead.
Normality is a paved road: It's comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow.
This fork in the road happens over a hundred times a day, and it's the choices that you make that will determine the shape of your life.
Keep trying. Stay humble, Trust your instincts. Most importantly, act. When you come to a fork in the road, take it.
One of the most important things that I have learned in my 57 years is that life is all about choices. On every journey you take, you face choices. At every fork in the road, you make a choice. And it is those decisions that shape our lives.
It's your road, and yours alone. Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you.
If you come to a fork in the road, take it.
Y. That perfect letter. The wishbone, fork in the road, empty wineglass. The question we ask over and over.
It's hard to get lost if you don't know where you're going.
The road to success is dotted with many tempting parking spaces.
A man must know his destiny. if he does not recognize it, then he is lost.
If you don t know where you are, a map won't help.
You’re walking down life’s road, society’s foot is on your throat, every which way you turn you can’t get from under that foot. And you reach a fork in the road and you can either lie down and die, or insist upon your life.
No matter how far down the wrong road you've gone, turn back.
As you go through life, there are thousands of little forks in the road, and there are a few really big forks-those moments of reckoning, moments of truth.
A man must know his destiny.
When it comes to forks in the road, your heart always knows the answer, not your mind.
Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations.
One way to find food for thought is to use the fork in the road, the bifurcation that marks the place of emergence in which a new line of development begins to branch off.
Fate isn’t one straight road…there are forks in it, many different routes to different ends. We have the free will to choose the path.
The road we have long been traveling is deceptively easy, a smooth superhighway on which we progress with great speed, but at its end lies disaster.
If the road is easy, you're likely going the wrong way.
When giving directions to Joe Garagiola to his New Jersey home, which is accessible by two routes: "When you come to a fork in the road, take it."
A dozen times a day we come to a fork in the road and must decide which way we will go. It is important to get our ultimate objectives clearly in mind so that we do not become distracted at each fork in the road by the irrelevant questions: Which is the easier or more pleasant way? Or, Which way are others going?
When you face a fork in the road, step on the exhilarator!
Failure is the road you will travel to success. Just be sure to take the correct exit.
Every comedian comes to a fork in the road where they have to decide if they're going to make jokes about other people or make jokes about themselves. I chose myself.
On every journey you take, you are met with options.
At every fork in the road, you make a choice. These are the decisions that shape your life.
Every life has forks in the road. And sometimes, the tines of that fork stab deep.
Straight roads do not make skillful drivers
Can you have more than one major MISSION pervading your life? NO.
That would be like coming to a fork in the road and trying to go both ways by straddling it.
The sad fact is that the vast majority of drunks stay drunks.
There's a small minority of us who reach that fork in the road where one side says 'live' and the other says 'drink'.
None of us knows the wisdom of the Lord.
We do not know in advance exactly how He would get us from where we are to where we need to be, but He does offer us broad outlines in our patriarchal blessings. We encounter many bumps, bends, and forks in the road of life that leads to the eternities.
The road to success is lined with many tempting parking spaces.
We stand now where two roads diverge.
But unlike the roads in Robert Frost's familiar poem, they are not equally fair. The road we have long been traveling is deceptively easy, a smooth superhighway on which we progress with great speed, but at its end lies disaster. The other fork of the road -- the one less traveled by -- offers our last, our only chance to reach a destination that assures the preservation of the earth.
One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree.
Which road do I take? she asked. Where do you want to go? was his response. I don't know, Alice answered. Then, said the cat, it doesn't matter.
When you arrive at a fork in the road, take it.
A person often meets his destiny on the road he took to avoid it.
Technocratic, consumer research scientists have created a new fork in the road of human evolution.
We are not living in a world where all roads are radii of a circle and where all, if followed long enough, will therefore draw gradually nearer and finally meet at the centre: rather in a world where every road, after a few miles, forks into two, and each of those into two again, and at each fork, you must make a decision.
I always thought I was going to end up teaching ninth grade, specifically, because I had a lot of really formative influences, I think, at that fork in the road, where a lot of crucial decisions are made by young folks.
The road to anywhere is the road to nowhere, and the road to nowhere leads to dreams sacrificed, opportunities squandered, and a life unfulfilled. In our journey we will encounter forks and turnings in the road.
Wherever a man separates from the multitude, and goes his own way in this mood, there indeed is a fork in the road, though ordinary travelers may see only a gap in the paling. His solitary path across lots will turn out the higher way of the two.