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encouragement Quotes

22 of the best book quotes about encouragement
  1. #1
    “Shouldn’t someone give a pep talk or something?” Minho asked, pulling Thomas’s attention away from Alby.
    “Go ahead,” Newt replied.
    Minho nodded and faced the crowd. “Be careful,” he said dryly. “Don’t die.”
  2. #2
    “On a bad day you also don’t need a lot of advice. You just need a little empathy and affirmation. You need to feel once again that other people have confidence in you.”
  3. #3
    ″You can always change your plan, but only if you have one. I’m a big believer in to-do lists. It helps us break life into small steps. I once put “get tenure” on my to-do list. That was naïve. The most useful to-do list breaks tasks into small steps. It’s like when I encourage Logan to clean his room by picking up one thing at a time.″
  4. #4
    ″‘Endure the hardships of your present state; Live, and reserve yourselves for better fate.’ These words he spoke, but spoke not from his heart; His outward smiles conceal’d his inward smart.”
  5. #5
    “One of my favorite things to do was to learn new tricks, as the boy called them, which consisted of him speaking to me in encouraging tones and then feeding me treats.”
  6. #6
    “You’re a good kid. I think you have a lot to say. I’d like to hear it.”
  7. #7
    “We were lucky enough to grow up in an environment where there was always much encouragement to children to pursue intellectual interests; to investigate whatever aroused curiosity.”
  1. #8
    “If their stories transplant them to faraway lands, I will encourage them to take the journey.”
  2. #9
    “Courage begets more courage.”
  3. #10
    “You’re going to be strong and beautiful and brilliant, and you’re going to live forever. You’re going to change the world.”
  4. #11
    “The notion that our lives are like the eternal cycle of the seasons does not deny the struggle or the joy, the loss or the gain, the darkness or the light, but encourages us to embrace it all-and to find in all of it opportunities for growth.”
  5. #12
    “She loses not only her mother but also the encouragement and revalidation of the self she needs as well as the real sharing she would want to do with her mother at that time.”
  6. #13
    “The war was undoubtedly the most profound and inescapable influence on writers in the 1920s. [...] Social, political, and aesthetic developments were percolating throughout the first part of the 20th century. In Paris, this influences coalesced in an environment that encouraged rather than stifled their growth. ”
  7. #14
    “Encourage yourself. Don’t speak defeat over your life.”

Books about encouragement

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The Tale of You book
Picture book
6.0
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Hip, Hip, Hooray for Annie McRae! book
Picture book
4.8
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You! book
Board book
4.5
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You Can Do It, Bert! book
Picture book
4.4
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Froggy Rides a Bike book
Picture book
4.0
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Mary Engelbreit’s The World Is Yours book
Picture book
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  1. #15
    “She felt wildly excited. She had just met a small girl who possessed, or so it seemed to her, quite extraordinary qualities of brilliance. There had not been time yet to find out exactly how brilliant the child was, but Miss Honey had learnt enough to realize that something had to be done about it as soon as possible. It would be ridiculous to leave a child like that stuck in the bottom form.”
  2. #16
    “Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.”
  3. #17
    “Where the willingness is great the difficulties cannot be great.”
  4. #18
    “Thank you for seeing the stars within my soul
    when all I saw was pain, scars, and darkness”
  5. #19
    “Instead of teaching women how to keep a man
    let’s encourage them to be the greatest things to and for themselves.”
  6. #20
    “The studies, Jeremy, I said. The studies, the studies, the studies.”
  7. #21
    “There is always a good fit when parents accept their children for who they are. (...) A good fit is a family and school environment that supports and encourages a child’s natural way of behaving.”
  8. #22
    ″... we had taken his silence as a sort of encouragement; necessarily, then, this talk of his was a disappointment to us, for it showed we had made no impression upon him... we knew then how the missionary must feel when he has been cherishing a glad hope and has seen it blighted.”