Being A Better Person Quotes by Brian Molko, Emayatzy E. Corinealdi, Mary Wells Lawrence, Mark Haddon, Naveen Jain, Clark Moustakas and many others.
I want to be a better person. I want to be a stronger person. I want to be someone who hurts less.
Know your history. It can teach you who you are, where you have come from, and how to be a better person as a result.
You can’t just be you. You have to double yourself. You have to read books on subjects you know nothing about. You have to travel to places you never thought of traveling. You have to meet every kind of person and endlessly stretch what you know.
And it occurred to him that there were two parts to being a better person. One part was thinking about other people. The other part was not giving a toss what other people thought.
Being a father has been, without a doubt, my greatest source of achievement, pride and inspiration. Fatherhood has taught me about unconditional love, reinforced the importance of giving back and taught me how to be a better person.
We can help a person to be himself by our own willingness to steep ourselves temporarily in his world, in his private feelings and experiences. By our affirmation of the person as he is, we give him support and strength to take the next step in his own growth.
Pause and remember – Every single event in your life, especially the difficult lessons, have made you smarter, stronger, and wiser than you were yesterday. Be thankful!
If you hate your parents, the man or the establishment, don’t show them up by getting wasted and wrapping your car around a tree. If you really want to rebel against your parents, out-learn them, outlive them, and know more than they do.
She was the most beautiful woman in the world. If she was alive I’d probably be a better person.
If you live long enough, you’ll experience everything.
It’s certainly not wrong to want to be a better person. God gave us that desire.
Don’t fool people to think you are better than who you are. Instead of trying to act changed, pray that you will be changed.
You always want to be better than you are. No matter what, I think that’s important.
Racing a marathon is a true and simple way to test the human spirit. Whether it goes perfectly or poorly you will certainly learn something about yourself and be a better person for having tackled the distance.
I found myself thinking a lot about my own spirituality. What it means to be Jewish, what it means to forgive, what it means to sacrifice, but mostly what it means to be alive, how to be a better person, how not to make the mistakes my parents had made. I guess that’s what one might typically call a midlife crisis.
A Champion is all they can be in every facet of their lives. They prioritize what they need to get done. But for me it’s someone who works every single day on being a better person.
Falling in love-you should go with it, regardless of whether or not your heart gets smashed. You’ll be a better person.