Winds Of Change Quotes by Yair Lapid, Andy Grove, Jim Rohn, Ban Ki-moon, Katharine Whitehorn, Joanne Harris and many others.
There is a wind of change, and if there is a wind of change on domestic issues, there is going to be a wind of change on Palestinian issues as well, it’s not something done in one leap, it’s a triple jump, but it’s coming.
The Lesson is, we all need to expose ourselves to the winds of change
You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself. That is something you have charge of.
It is only natural that people’s wishes and aspirations should be realized by the leaders of the region. As this wind of change blows, it is up to the leaders to seize this opportunity to look for the better future for their own people through bold reforms before it is too late, before the people are forced to take action.
The wind of change, whatever it is, blows most freely through an open mind.
We came in the wind of the carnival. A wind of change, or promises. The merry wind, the magical wind, making March hares of everyone, tumbling blossoms and coat-tails and hats; rushing towards summer in a frenzy of exuberance.
The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.
Autumn leaves shower like gold, like rainbows, as the winds of change begin to blow, signaling the later days of autumn.
May you have a strong foundation when the winds of change shift…and may you be forever young.
There are things about signing on to a process over the long term that protect you from the buffeting winds of change.
My lips are chapped from the winds of change.
I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.
The wind of change is blowing through the continent. Whether we like it or not, this growth of national consciousness is a political fact.
Behind the big names of twentieth-century literature there stands a shadow cabinet of writers waiting to take over once the Wind of Change has blown. My own vote goes to Hugh Kingsmill as leader of this opposition.
It seems to be almost a law of physics, that the winds of change awaken fear and fundamentalism.
Read any of the top-selling business books, all of them talk about moving away from a top down manner of leading to a more inclusive one. It’s not happening over night, but if you read the winds of change in most of the democracies in the world we are moving toward shared levels of power.
When you canвЂ™t change the direction of the wind вЂ” adjust your sails