Eyes Of A Child Quotes by William Saroyan, Anais Nin, Winston Churchill, Kathe Kollwitz, Phyllis Bottome, Paulo Coelho and many others.
Christmas is sights, especially the sights of Christmas reflected in the eyes of a child.
If a person continues to see only giants, it means he is still seeing the world through the eyes of a child. I have a feeling that man’s fear of woman comes from having first seen her as the mother, creator of men.
There is no finer investment for any community than putting milk into babies.
Look at life with the eyes of a child.
What are so mysterious as the eyes of a child?
Children are always looking at the world as if it was for the first time in their lives. So, we should always look to the world with the eyes of a child. I am not saying be naive, I am saying be innocent in the sense of discovering things.
See the world as if for the first time; see it through the eyes of a child, and you will suddenly find that you are free.
How sad if we pass through life and never see it with the eyes of a child.
Seeing the world through the eyes of a child is the purest joy that anyone can experience.
True genius sees with the eyes of a child and thinks with the brain of a genie
Satvajaya can decondition the mind so we can see things fresh, like with the eyes of a child. Satvajaya techniques rid us of negative emotions, thought patterns, and prejudices that may weigh us down like undigested food.
Somehow, you need to cling to your optimism. Always look for the silver lining. Always look for the best in people. Try to see things through the eyes of a child. See the wonder in the simplest things. Never stop dreaming. Believe anything is possible.
Brock Lesnar is not here to put smiles on people’s faces. Brock Lesnar is here to shock the WWE Universe and put TEARS in the EYES of CHILDREN!
An individual can march for peace or vote for peace and can have, perhaps, some small influence on global concerns. But the same individual is a giant in the eyes of a child at home. If peace is to be built, it must start with the individual. It is built brick by brick.
Imagination is more important than knowledge.
If we desire a kinder nation, seeing it through the eyes of children is an eminently sensible endeavor: A city that is pro-child,for example, is also a more humane place for adults.
Do something that will last and be beautiful. It doesn’t have to be a bridge-or a symphony or book or a business. It could be the look in the eye of a child you raise or a simple garden you tend. Do something that will last and be beautiful.