Acting As If Quotes by Brian Tracy, Albert Einstein, Wayne Dyer, David Foster Wallace, Theodore Roosevelt, Pope Francis and many others.
Confidence is a habit that can be developed by acting as if you already had the confidence you desire to have.
Even the scholars in various lands have been acting as if their brains had been amputated.
Stop acting as if life is a rehearsal. Live this day as if it were your last. The past is over and gone. The future is not guaranteed.
I’m screaming for help and everybody’s acting as if I’m singing Ethel Merman covers.
There were all kinds of things I was afraid of at first, ranging from grizzly bears to ‘mean’ horses and gun-fighters; but by acting as if I was not afraid I gradually ceased to be afraid.
By acting as if I was not afraid, I gradually ceased to be afraid.
Sometimes we are tempted to find excuses and complain, acting as if we could only be happy if a thousand conditions were met…I can say that the most beautiful and natural expressions of joy which I have seen in my life were in poor people who had little to hold on to.
It wasn’t right to have someone charge into you your world without even asking, acting as if you were nothing more than an egg to be flipped and flopped, sunny-side up or scrambled, depending on the whims on whoever ran your life…_
God’s grace and mercy have brought you through. Quit acting as if you made it on your own.
Direct action is, ultimately, the defiant insistence on acting as if one is already free.
None of our prayers should ever be petitions for our own needs: for this is only another subtle way of trying to put ourselves on the same plane as God вЂ” acting as if we had no needs, as if we were not creatures, not dependent on Him.
‘Acting as if…’ I decided, ridiculously in retrospect, that my experience covering women’s volleyball for my college newspaper was sufficient for me to at least try to become a war correspondent.
Why are we acting as if we’re angry. Are we angry?
Most of the world is fooling about, especially the people who think they control the world and the community. The presidents, the politicians, the military, etc., are all jerking about, acting as if they are Lord over their own domains. That’s basically Problem One on the planet.
There is a universal element in man which he can assert by so acting as if the purpose of the Universe were also his purpose. It is the function of the supreme ordeals of life to develop in men this power, to give to their life this distinction, this height of dignity, these vast horizons.