Willing To Change Quotes by Aung San Suu Kyi, Nhat Hanh, Leon Brown, Ashly Lorenzana, Jaggi Vasudev, Jacques Yves Cousteau and many others.
What does Burma have to give the United States? We can give you the opportunity to engage with people who are ready and willing to change a society.
In true dialogue, both sides are willing to change.
You cannot grow unless you are willing to change. You will never improve yourself if you cling to what used to be.
The only thing that feels worse than being stuck in a situation that makes you unhappy is realizing that you are not ready or willing to change whatever it is.
Only when man is willing to change himself, there can be a true revolution.
If we go on the way we have, the fault is our greed and if we are not willing to change, we will disappear from the face of the globe, to be replaced by the insect.
Listen, be respectful of others’ opinions, be willing to change your mind – and then ultimately you have to make the decision. Decisiveness is very important.
Life will not always change, so we must be willing to change.
For me to be pompous is the most horrible thing in the world. It’s like putting a wall around you. It screws you up. You’d better be willing to change your views or adapt and be modern.
A life that is never willing to change is a great tragedy – a wasted life. Change is a necessary part of a growing life, and we need change in order to remain fresh and to keep progressing.
I have never met a dog I couldn’t help; however, I have met humans who weren’t willing to change.
If God changes your heart, be willing to change your plans
“Objective” means that, in a confrontation with the evidence, you would be willing to change your own mind.
Being willing to change allows you to move from a point of view to a viewing point – a higher, more expansive place, from which you can see both sides.
You cannot evolve unless you are willing to change.
We can leave our legacy only if we are willing to change – to go beyond partisan labels, and to solve the problems facing Washingtonians.
A man thinking with the core of his heart is always willing to change to accept his mistakes while others just crib and duck the mistakes to find fault with others only.