Quotations list about nap, asleep and bedtime captions for Instagram citing Unknown, Chinese Proverbs and James Levine noon sayings.

What are the best nap quotes?

We've gathered this hand-picked list of quotes to show you what is nap!

Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity Unknown, Chinese Proverbs or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous nap quote.

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Set aside half an hour every day to do all your worrying; then take a nap during this period. — Unknown

If you want happiness for an hour -- take a nap. If you want happiness for a day -- go fishing. If you want happiness for a month -- get married. If you want happiness for a year -- inherit a fortune. If you want happiness for a lifetime -- help someone else. — Chinese Proverbs

But the important thing is to lie down and fall asleep. That little nap means you wake up fresh again and can continue. — James Levine

I don't generally feel anything until noon, then it's time for my nap. — Bob Hope

Racism isn't born, folks, it's taught. I have a two-year-old son. You know what he hates? Naps! End of list. — Denis Leary

Finally, you get the job, and you think you'll be dancing on the ceiling, but I just wanted to go take a nap. It was just like a weight had been lifted off or something. — Josh Duhamel

Death eats up all things, both the young lamb and old sheep; and I have heard our parson say, death values a prince no more than a clown; all's fish that comes to his net; he throws at all, and sweeps stakes; he's no mower that takes a nap at noon-day, but drives on, fair weather or foul, and cuts down the green grass as well as the ripe corn: he's neither squeamish nor queesy-stomach d, for he swallows without chewing, and crams down all things into his ungracious maw; and you can see no belly he has, he has a confounded dropsy, and thirsts after men's lives, which he gurgles down like mother's milk. — Miguel de Cervantes

Many people believe letters the most personal and revealing form of communication. In them, we expect to find the charmer at his nap, slumped, open-mouthed, profoundly himself without thought for appearances. Yet, this is not quite true. Letters are above all useful as a means of expressing the ideal self; and no other method of communication is quite so good for this purpose. In conversation, those uneasy eyes upon you, those lips ready with an emendation before you have begun to speak, are a powerful deterrent to unreality, even to hope. In letters we can reform without practice, beg without humiliation, snip and shape embarrassing experiences to the measure of our own desires... — Elizabeth Hardwick