Fear is the cheapest room in the house. I would like to see you living in better conditions.— Hafez
Joyful Living Room quotations
For what it's worth: it's never too late to be whoever you want to be. I hope you live a life you're proud of, and, if you find that you're not, I hope you have the strength to start over.
Man is equal to man. There should not be exploitation. One should help the other. No one should harm anybody. Generally there should be no room for grievance or complaint from anybody. Everyone should live and let others live, with a national spirit.
As long as we give room for domination and the dominators, there will be worries and worried people. Poverty and pestilence will live eternally in the country.
The secret to living well and longer is: eat half, walk double, laugh triple and love without measure.
I'd like to have the kind of house someday where a carousel horse wouldn't be out of place in the living room.
Work hard at your job and you can make a living. Work hard on yourself and you can make a fortune.
There are a hell of a lot of jobs that are scarier than live comedy.
Like standing in the operating room when a guy's heart stops, and you're the one who has to fix it!
Be brave enough to live the life of your dreams according to your vision and and purpose instead of the expectations and opinions of others.
It's that I don't like white paper backgrounds.
A woman does not live in front of white paper. She lives on the street, in a motor car, in a hotel room.
It may sound funny, but I love the South.
I don't choose to live anywhere else. There's land here, where a man can raise cattle, and I'm going to do it some day. There are lakes where a man can sink a hook and fight the bass. There is room here for my children to play and grow, and become good citizens-if the white man will let them.
Everyone’s chest is a living room wall with awkwardly placed photographs hiding fist-shaped holes.
Never mistake knowledge for wisdom. One helps you make a living the other helps you make a life.
There is an Indian proverb that says that everyone is a house with four rooms, a physical, a mental, an emtional, and a spiritual . Most of us tend to live in one room most of the time but unless we go into every room every day, even if only to keep it aired, we are not a complete person.
Live in rooms full of light. Avoid heavy food. Be moderate in the drinking of wine. Take massage, baths, exercise, and gymnastics. Fight insomnia with gentle rocking or the sound of running water. Change surroundings and take long journeys. Strictly avoid frightening ideas. Indulge in cheerful conversation and amusements. Listen to music.
We spend January 1st walking through our lives, room by room, drawing up a list of work to be done, cracks to be patched. Maybe this year, to balance the list, we ought to walk through the rooms of our lives...not looking for flaws, but for potential.
Live your life. Take chances. Be crazy. Don't wait. Because right now is the oldest you've ever been and the youngest you'll ever be again.
Prosperity Gospel”. At his United Church Science of Living Institute in New York he would tell his congregation “close your eyes and see green. Money up to your armpits, a roomful of money and there you are, just tossing around in it like a swimming pool.
Best things in life aren't things.
It is a mistake for anyone to think he has lived too long in his old, unsatisfactory ways to make the great change. If you switch on the light in a dark room, it makes no difference how long it was dark because the light will still shine. Be teachable. That is the whole secret.
Stress, anxiety, and depression are caused when we are living to please others.
Our beds are empty two-thirds of the time.
Our living rooms are empty seven-eighths of the time. Our office buildings are empty one-half of the time. It's time we gave this some thought.
Each day I live in a glass room unless I break it with the thrusting of my senses and pass through the splintered walls to the great landscape.
No one should have to choose between medicine and other necessities.
No one should have to use the emergency room every time a child gets sick. And no one should have to live in constant fear that a medical problem will become a financial crisis.
If you are depressed, you are living in the past. If you are anxious, you are living in the future. If you are at peace, you are living in the present.
Television is an invention that permits you to be entertained in your living room by people you wouldn't have in your home.
The living room should be a place where we feel totally at ease - temple of the soul.
I had a brain cancer specialist sit in my living room and tell me that he would never take radiation if he had a brain tumor. And I asked him, 'but, do you send people for radiation?' and he said, of course. 'I'd be drummed out of the hospital if I didn't.
Persist to overcome. He that can't endure the bad, will not live to see the good.
Film music should have the same relationship to the film drama that somebody's piano playing in my living room has on the book I am reading.
Lindsey [Buckingham] and I went up to Aspen and we went to somebody's incredible house and they had a piano and I had my guitar with me and I went in their living room, looking out over the incredible Aspen sky and I wrote 'Landslide.'
A flowerless room is a soulless room, to my way of thinking;
but even a solitary little vase of a living flower may redeem it.
Live the way you want to be remembered.
When there's no more room in Hell, the dead will walk the Earth.
America’s drug problem is not going to be solved in courtrooms or legislative hearing rooms by judges and politicians. It will be solved in living rooms and dining rooms and across kitchen tables – by parents and families.
Teenagers don't know what love is. They have mixed-up ideas. They go for a drive and the boy runs out of gas and they smooch a little and the girl says she loves him. That isn't love. Love is when you are married twenty-five years, smooching in your living room and he runs out of gas and she says she still loves him. That's love.
Love the life you live. Live the life you love.
To read Helen Macdonald's memoir, H Is for Hawk, is to feel as though Emily Bronte just turned up at your door, trailing all the windy, feral outdoors into your living room.
One can furnish a room very luxuriously by taking out furniture rather than putting it in.
Without imagination, you live in a small room with the windows closed.
Imagination opens the windows and shows us landscapes, horizons that we would not otherwise perceive…I want education to empower people to see possibility.
Fools live to regret their words, the wise regret their silence.
We have to learn to face our fears and push ourselves.
If you're living on earth and you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much room. When you push past the fear and realize that what you feared was not a big deal, you gain more confidence.
I don't want to live in a world where there's no privacy, and therefore no room for intellectual exploration and creativity.
There's things people say in the barbershop they won't even say in their own living room, because it's just one of those zones where nobody's going to judge you too much about your dumb opinion.
Television is where you watch people in your living room that you would not want near your house.
During my drinking decades, I lived like a pig.
My room was a hazardous pile of stilettos, tube tops, wine bottles, ashtrays, and old magazines. I valued nothing. Everything that came into my life was disposable: clothes, opportunities, people. My bedroom looked as if my insides had spilled out onto the floor.