Taking The High Road Quotes by Phil McGraw, Sandra Bullock, Oprah Winfrey, John C. Maxwell, Sally Ride, Yasutaka Tsutsui and many others.
Take the high road, there’s a lot less traffic up there.
Whoever established the high road, and how high it should be, should be fired.
It took a lot of courage to take the high road, but I would rather be significant with six million people watching a show with meaning, than everyone watching a show with no meaning.
Always take the high road.
I suggest taking the high road and have a little sence of humour and let things roll off your back. I think that’s very important.
Which will you take, the high road or the low road?” “Which one is longer?” “They’re both short.
The high road is always respected. Honesty and integrity are always rewarded.
Love is a helium-based emotion; Love always takes the high road.
May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds.
All my life I have been taught to take the high road and never to dignify salacious or false accusations and I have been taught never, never to lie.
My best life advice:Take the high road.No matter how much stress, or strain, or consternation you are facing, take the high road.You will never regret it.
I have learned a great deal in my life, and DeMolay helped me to learn that character and integrity should be cornerstones in your life. As a Senior DeMolay, as a father, the best advice I could ever give would be to take the high road in life, and you will be able to build trusting relationships.
Action is a high road to self-confidence and esteem. Where it is open, all energies flow toward it. It comes readily to most people, and its rewards are tangible.
I’m going to take the high road because the low road is so crowded.
Take the high road; it’s far less crowded.
When you are committed to doing whatвЂ™s right, you are sowing seeds for GodвЂ™s blessings. You will never go wrong by taking the high road and doing more that is required.
Disciplining yourself to do what you know is right and important, although difficult, is the highroad to pride, self-esteem, and personal satisfaction.
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