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create change Quotes

17 of the best book quotes about create change
  1. #1
    “When you understand the power you possess by declaring it daily little by little you will begin to create a life of power.”
  2. #2
    “Prosperity is the divine enablement that helps you overcome obstacles in order to fulfill a purpose—the capacity you need to maximize your potential to create change.”
  3. #3
    “You possess so much power inside of you to truly create the life you desire. When we know what we know, we tend to operate in confidence.”
  4. #4
    “And if the word integration means anything, this is what it means: that we, with love, shall force our brothers to see themselves as they are, to cease fleeing from reality and begin to change it.”
  5. #5
    “Don’t be afraid to blaze your own trail when necessary, knowing that you are very likely paving the way for the success of others behind you.”
  6. #6
    “Wintermute was hive mind ... effecting change in the world ... Neuromancer was personality. Neuromancer was immortality.”
  7. #7
    “If you stick your head in the sand and ignore things that you have the power to change, you can’t blame anyone when they don’t turn out right!”
  8. #8
    “The problems look too big for us to tackle. We say to ourselves, “What can I do? I’m just one person.” One person is a start. One person can act and make a change by helping another.”
  1. #9
    “Only by managing my thinking and shifting my thoughts from desire to deeds would I be able to bring about positive change. I needed to go from wanting to doing.”
  2. #10
    “If I wanted to make a difference… Wishing for things to change wouldn’t make them change. Hoping for improvements wouldn’t bring them. Dreaming wouldn’t provide all the answers I needed. Vision wouldn’t be enough to bring transformation to me or others.”
  3. #11
    ″[Creators] create what they create, not in reaction to their emotions but independent of them. On days filled with the depths of despair, they can create. On days filled with the heights of joy, they can create.”
  4. #12
    “It takes an astronomical amount of pain and courage to disrupt a familiar pattern.”
  5. #13
    “I’ve been waiting for you a long time, Alina,” he said. “You and I are going to change the world.”
  6. #14
    “Trying to become a good or better human being sounds like a commendable and high-minded thing to do, yet it is an endeavor you cannot ultimately succeed in unless there is a shift in consciousness.”
  7. #15
    “Sadly, many of the things that undermine our joy and happiness, we create ourselves. Often it comes from the negative tendencies of the mind, emotional reactivity, or from our inability to appreciate and utilize the resources within us… We create most of our suffering, so it should be logical that we also have the ability to create more joy.”
  8. #16
    ″ A studious female discovers male disdain for women, and that discovery leads to a new mission.”
  9. #17
    “All had intellectual fathers, domestic mothers. All three were raised in settings that simultaneously encouraged and thwarted their love of learning. All three married men who supported their intellectual ambitions. All three lived through the wrenching deaths of loved ones and terrifying, fratricidal warfare—the Hundred Years War in Christine’s case, the American Civil War in Stanton’s, and World War I for Woolf. All three identified with women yet imagined becoming male. In their work and in their lives, all three writers addressed an enduring puzzle: Are differences between the sexes innate or learned? Using stories about the past to challenge history, they talked back to books.”

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