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inner strength Quotes

26 of the best book quotes about inner strength
  1. #1
    “Life for both sexes—and I look at them, shouldering their way along the pavement—is arduous, difficult, a perpetual struggle. It calls for gigantic courage and strength. More than anything, perhaps, creatures of illusion that we are, it calls for confidence in oneself.”
  2. #2
    “Let’s keep our eyes on the sky. They’ll throw tomatoes; they’ll lie about us and try to discredit us. When we rise, they’ll try to undermine us. But when they do, we’ll remember the truth and bless our enemies and find strength in God.”
  3. #3
    “You know Harry, in a way you did see your father last night... You found him inside yourself.”
  4. #4
    “When the time comes that some of us will have to die, you will look into your heart and find the strength you need--just in time.”
  5. #5
    “Transformation doesn’t ask that you stop being you. It demands that you find a way back to the authenticity and strength that’s already inside of you. You only have to bloom.”
  6. #6
    “It was no wonder that her sons stood tall and straight. She was a rich mine of life, like the founders of early races.”
  7. #7
    “The ability to yield, to bend, to give way, to accommodate, he said, was sometimes a source of strength in men as well as in wood, so long as it was helmed by inner resolve and by principle.”
  8. #8
    “When the critical moment in a close race was upon you, you had to know something he did not - that down in your core you still had something in reserve, something you had not yet shown, something that once revealed would make him doubt himself, make him falter just when it counted the most. Like so much in life, crew was partly about confidence, partly about knowing your own heart.”
  1. #9
    “Men as fit as you, when your everyday strength is gone, can draw on a mysterious reservoir of power far greater. Then it is that you can reach for the stars. That is the way champions are made.”
  2. #10
    “[My father] taught me with silence. . .to look into myself, to find my own strength, to walk around inside myself in company with my soul. . . . One learns of the pain of others by suffering one’s own pain … by turning inside oneself. . . . It makes us aware of how frail and tiny we are and of how much we must depend upon the Master of the Universe.”
  3. #11
    “I made it the mantra of those days; when I paused before yet another series of switchbacks or skidded down knee-jarring slopes, when patches of flesh peeled off my feet along with my socks, when I lay alone and lonely in my tent at night I asked, often out loud: Who is tougher than me?
    The answer was always the same, and even when I knew absolutely there was no way on this earth that it was true, I said it anyway: No one.”
  4. #12
    “She wipes her memory instantly and with purpose; it’s a way of preserving herself.”
  5. #13
    “They were his environment, these men, and they were moulding the clay of him into a more ferocious thing than had been intended by Nature. Nevertheless, Nature had given him plasticity. Where many another animal would have died or had its spirit broken, he adjusted himself and lived, and at no expense of the spirit.”
  6. #14
    ″ Promise yourself to be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind.”
  7. #15
    “You know a woman is strong, beautiful, and secure by the way she empowers and inspires others.”
  8. #16
    “The degree to which a surviving parent copes is the most important indicator of the child’s long-term adaptation. Kids whose surviving parents are unable to function effectively in the parenting role show more anxiety and depression, as well as sleep and health problems, than those whose parents have a strong support network and solid inner resources to rely on.”

Books about confidence

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Wonder book
Chapter book
6.3
The Trumpet of the Swan book
Chapter book
6.0
Absolutely Almost book
Chapter book
6.0
Ish book
Ish
Picture book
5.8
The Dot book
Picture book
5.8
Giraffes Can't Dance book
Board book
5.8
  1. #17
    “The warrior does not wield a weapon; they are a weapon. Their strength does not come from the weapons they hold but from the wisdom that has taken hold of them.”
  2. #18
    “I . . . looked in the mirror. . . . I was strong. I was pure. I had genuine thoughts inside that no one could see, that no one could ever take away from me. I was like the wind. . . . And then I draped the large embroidered red scarf over my face and covered these thoughts up. But underneath the scarf I still knew who I was. I made a promise to myself: I would always remember my parents’ wishes, but I would never forget myself.”
  3. #19
    “We cannot be a source of strength unless we nurture our own strength. I believe that not only do self-love and love of others go hand in hand but that ultimately they are indistinguishable.”
  4. #20
    “The devil will give up when he sees that you are not going to give in.”
  5. #21
    “God has armed youth and puberty and manhood no less with its own piquancy and charm, and made it enviable and gracious and its claims not to be put by, if it will stand by itself.”
  6. #22
    “Do your work, and you shall reinforce yourself.”
  7. #23
    “No one said you can’t ever cry. Forget ‘manliness.’ If you need to take a moment, by all means, go ahead. Real strength lies in the control or, as Nassim Taleb put it, the domestication of one’s emotions, not in pretending they don’t exist.”
  8. #24
    “One day the love for yourself
    will be your strength-
    that love will be more than enough reason
    for you to walk away for good.”
  9. #25
    “Whatever joy she had left she found the strength to pick up the pieces and that was truly beautiful she is strong, she is you”
  10. #26
    “And so I have come to understand that strength, inner strength, comes from receiving love as much as it comes from giving it.”
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