But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep, and miles to go before I sleep.— Robert Frost
Astounding Miles To Go quotations
You can't go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.
Clearly it's not easy for woman in modern society, no matter where we live.
We still have to go extra mile to prove that we are equal to men. We have to work longer hours and make more sacrifices. And we must emotionally protect ourselves from unfair, often vicious attacks made on us.
One of the most important principles of success is developing the habit of going the extra mile.
I knew when I met you an adventure is going to happen.
Come, butterfly It's late- We've miles to go together.
I never found even in my juvenile hours that it was necessary to go a thousand miles in search of themes for moralizing.
I think people can handle 150 to 200 miles a week.
But something has to give somewhere. If he's a student, how's he going to study? He may be at the age of chasing and courtship, and that's an important form of sport and recreation, too.
Be not afraid of going slowly, Be afraid of standing still.
When you treat yourself right, you run better and more efficiently.
Which means you don't have to go 100 miles an hour to get everything done.
The woods are lovely, dark, and deep but I have promises to keep...
For 50 years bike racers have been taking stimulants.
Obviously we can do without them in a race, but then we will pedal 15 miles an hour (instead of 25). Since we are constantly asked to go faster and to make even greater efforts, we are obliged to take stimulants
Some days I wish I could go back in life. Not to change anything, but to feel a few things twice.
A man on a thousand mile walk has to forget his goal and say to himself every morning, 'Today I'm going to cover twenty-five miles and then rest up and sleep.
The fact that we live at the bottom of a deep gravity well, on the surface of a gas covered planet going around a nuclear fireball 90 million miles away and think this to be normal is obviously some indication of how skewed our perspective tends to be.
It is important to ask yourself why you’re doing what you’re doing and what purpose it serves in the big picture.
Everything that you are going through is preparing you for what you asked for.
Going to work for a large company is like getting on a train.
Are you going sixty miles an hour or is the train going sixty miles an hour and you're just sitting still?
Whose woods these are I think I know.
His house is in the village though; He will not see me stopping here To watch his woods fill up with snow.
People rise and fall to meet your level of expectations for them.
If you express skepticism and doubt in others, they will return your lack of confidence with mediocrity. But if you believe in them and expect them to do well, they will go the extra mile trying to do their best.
Life is like a piano, the white keys represent happiness and the black shows sadness, but as you go through life's journey, remember that the black keys also makes music.
Put 'going the extra mile' to work as part of one's daily habit
People of excellence go the extra mile to do what's right.
Remember how far you've come, not just how far you have to go. You are not where you want to be, but neither are you where you used to be.
I have miles to go before I sleep.
If the poor overweight jogger only knew how far he had to run to work off the calories in a crust of bread he might find it better in terms of pound per mile to go to a massage parlor.
I run 5 miles every night. It’s where I go to digest my day, hash out the multitude of information that’s been poured into me in the last wild six months or so, and to try and condense it down to some sort of cohesive strategy to live my life by.
Today I will go out with the flow of life and trust the process. I will not stress over things I can't control.
When you're doing something for yourself, or your best friend or family, you're not going to cheese out. If you don't love something, you're not going to go the extra mile, work the extra weekend, challenge the status quo as much.
The woods are lovely, dark and deep. But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep.
But my attitude about it is I have miles to go before I sleep.
Tact is the ability to tell someone to go to hell in such a way that they look forwad for the trip.
You deal. You survive. You grow up and you build a career. And you remember these big/little hardships. They make you human.
If the bones of all those who have fallen as a prey to intemperance could be piled up it would make a vast pyramid. Who will gird himself for the journey and try with me to scale this mountain of the dead--going up miles high on human carcasses to find still other peaks far above, mountain above mountain, white with the bones of drunkards.
Anything is possible. I've got a few more miles in me. I'm not going to feel sorry for myself.
The woman who follows the crowd will usually go on further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before.
I didn't really escape that gravity until I moved 300 miles south to go to college at 18, where authorship no longer seemed something liable to induce vengeful punishment.
I like Alaska for the salmon fishing - it's fantastic there.
I usually stay in a log cabin with no one around for miles. I like to go with friends, but I'm also happy to be on my own with nature.
Having made the trip from St. Louis to the Pacific Ocean myself going up up up against twenty-five hundred miles of the Missouri River, I can testify that it's one of the most arduous trips that anyone can make on this continent and yet I had a power boat to do it in.
If you have a bad thought about yourself, tell it to go to hell because that is exactly where it came from.
When I'm on stage, it's really intense.
My mind is going a million miles an hour, trying to remember my act, trying to say it all the right way. It's funny how different it looks and how it's happening. There are three Fellini circuses in my head, and outwardly it looks like I'm going to get a bagel.
Once I even took the train to Utrecht, forty miles from Amsterdam, with my yellow star, this star which I still have. Why did I go? I just wanted to visit some friends. I was a little bit crazy, a little bit insane.
I'm going to tell you the story about the geese which fly 5,000 miles from Canada to France. They fly in V-formation but the second ones don't fly. They're the subs for the first ones. And then the second ones take over - so it's teamwork.
Some think guts is sprinting at the end of a race.
But guts is what got you there to begin with. Guts start back in the hills with 6 miles to go and you're thinking of how you can get out of this race without anyone noticing. Guts begin when you still have forty minutes of torture left and you're already hurting more than you ever remember.
The Lord requires sacrifice, meaning something above and beyond the minimum.
The Master spoke of the "second mile" and told us to go there. Why? Because he wants to bless us, and he put all the blessings in the second mile.