Fullness Of Life Quotes by Betty Smith, Mother Teresa, Amy Dickinson, Melody Beattie, Mary Pipher, Lewis Mumford and many others.
I came to a clear conclusion, and it is a universal one: To live, to struggle, to be in love with life–in love with all life holds, joyful or sorrowful–is fulfillment. The fullness of life is open to all of us.
Faith is more important to me than life itself because without it there would be no fullness of life.
The fullness of life is incubated in its messy places.
Gratitude can turn a meal into a feast.
The fullness of life comes from an identity built on giving and on joy.
Without fullness of experience, length of days is nothing. When fullness of life has been achieved, shortness of days is nothing. That is perhaps why the young have usually so little fear of death; they live by intensities that the elderly have forgotten.
Meaninglessnes s inhibits fullness of life and is therefore the equivalent to illness. Meaning makes a great many things endurable–perh aps everything.
Only by owning who and what you are can you step into the fullness of life.
Merely having inclinations does not disqualify one for any aspect of Church participation or membership, except possibly marriage. But even that, in the fullness of life as we understand it through the doctrines of the restored gospel, eventually can become possible.
It is our fall from a simplicity and fullness of life directly experienced, from the sensuous moment of knowing, which leaves a gap that the symbolic can never bridge.
Meditation is nothing but coming to terms with your inner emptiness: recognizing it, not escaping; living through it, not escaping; being through it, not escaping. Then suddenly the emptiness becomes the fullness of life.
The fullness of life is in the hazards of life.
The fullness of life is only accessible in the present moment.
Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.
Love wholeheartedly, be surprised, give thanks and praise then you will discover the fullness of your life.
I would like [the working man] to give me back books and newspapers and theories. And I would like to give him back, in return, his old insouciance, and rich, original spontaneity and fullness of life.
Gratefulness is that fullness of life for which we are all thirsting.