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destinations Quotes

17 of the best book quotes about destinations
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“Small changes can make huge destination differences.”
Sean Covey
author
Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens
book
teenagers
changes
destinations
differences
concepts
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″‘The question,’ she replied, ‘is not whether you will love, hurt, dream, and die. It is what you will love, why you will hurt, when you will dream, and how you will die. This is your choice. You cannot pick the destination, only the path.‘”
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“A journey will have pain and failure. It is not only the steps forward that we must accept. It is the stumbles. The trials. The knowledge that we will fail. That we will hurt those around us. But if we stop, if we accept the person we are when we fail, the journey ends. That failure becomes our destination.”
Dalinar Kholin
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“We were neither what we had been nor what we would become once we reached our destination.”
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“The ancient code of the Knights Radiant says “journey before destination.” Some may call it a simple platitude, but it is far more. A journey will have pain and failure. It is not only the steps forward that we must accept. It is the stumbles. The trials. The knowledge that we will fail. That we will hurt those around us.”
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“All day long we are, in some degree helping each other to one or the other of these destinations. It is in the light of these overwhelming possibilities, it is with the awe and the circumspection proper to them, that we should conduct all of our dealings with one another, all friendships, all loves, all play, all politics.”
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“But if we stop, if we accept the person we are when we fall, the journey ends. That failure becomes our destination.”
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“Life before Death. Strength before Weakness. Journey before Destination.”
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“It is not the destination that matters, but how one arrives there.”
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If we walk far enough, we shall sometime come to someplace.
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“Strengthen the individual. Start with yourself. Take care with yourself. Define who you are. Refine your personality. Choose your destination and articulate your Being. As the great nineteenth-century German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche so brilliantly noted, ‘He whose life has a why can bear almost any how.‘”
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And he didn’t really know where he was going, but he did know he was going somewhere, because you really have to go somewhere, don’t you?
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“Happiness is a journey, not a destination.”
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“I shot through my twenties like a luminous thread through a dark needle, blazing toward my destination: Nowhere.”
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“Happiness is not a destination. It’s a state of being.”
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“Rejection—It may be a delay. It may be a distraction. It may even be a devastation for a season but it is not your final destination.”
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“As long as I kept my mental focus on destinations that were ahead, destinations that I had the audacity to dream might hold a red Ferrari of my own, I protected myself from despair. The future was uncertain, absolutely, and there were many hurdles, twists, and turns to come, but as long as I kept moving forward, one foot in front of the other, the voices of fear and shame, the messages from those who wanted me to believe that I wasn’t good enough, would be stilled.”

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