Life is what makes us venture out, but it is love that brings us home.
Quote by Linda Poindexter
The door that will no longer open is usually the one that you slammed shut.
In the eyes of his child, the average father is about ten feet tall.
Don't cut the rope today that you're going to need to save yourself tomorrow.
Fears are insecurities that grew because you fed them too much.
Most goals are achieved, not by talent, or determination, or hard work....but by persistence.
It's not what you're worth that is important, but how much of yourself you are...
Never let someone else determine your worth. Only you know your true value.
Dreams are free....it\'s making them come true that costs so much.
Never waste a good pair of shoulders carrying around an empty head.
It is when you refuse to see only the commonplace, that you behold the exceptional.
Sometimes it is easier to find the courage to fight, than the strength to run.
How far would you be if doubt hadn't stopped you?
Disappointment comes easily to those who expect too much.
Your life is like a balloon....if you never let yourself go, you will never know...
By the time you get life figured out, you don't have much of it left.
Laughter is contagious. Expose yourself to it regularly.
Sometimes, in order to see things more clearly, you must take a step back.
Do all the work you can; that is the whole philosophy of the good way...
I decided to teach because I think that any person who studies philosophy has to...
Boredom is the root of all evil - the despairing refusal to be oneself.