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problems Quotes

62 of the best book quotes about problems
  1. #1
    “These problems are real, and you can’t turn off real life. So I won’t try. Instead, I’ll give you a set of tools to help you deal with real life.”
  2. #2
    “So I think that any successful policy program would recognize what my old high school’s teachers see every day: that the real problem for so many of these kids is what happens (or doesn’t happen) at home.”
  3. #3
    “There is a cultural movement in the white working class to blame problems on society or the government, and that movement gains adherents by the day.”
  4. #4
    “Look at all the things that can go wrong for men. There’s the nothing-happening-at-all problem, the too-much-happening-too-soon problem, the dismal-droop-after-a-promising-beginning problem; there’s the size-doesn’t-matter-except-in-my-case problem, the failing-to-deliver-the-goods problem…and what do women have to worry about? A handful of cellulite? Join the club. A spot of I-wonder-how-I-rank? ”
  5. #5
    “If at least I had solved my problems! Oh, I had not settled one of them, and how many they were! But I gave up caring about anything, and all the problems disappeared.”
  6. #6
    ″‘I have a problem, Miss Everdeen,’ says President Snow. ‘A problem that began the moment you pulled out those poisonous berries in the arena.’
    That was the moment when I guessed that if the Gamemakers had to choose between watching Peeta and me commit suicide – which would mean having no victor – and letting us both live, they would take the latter.”
  7. #7
    ″When you use money to fight poverty, it can be of great value, but too often, you’re working at the margins. When you’re putting people on the moon, you’re inspiring all of us to achieve the maximum of human potential, which is how our greatest problems will eventually be solved.″
  8. #8
    “Too many people go thru life complaining about their problems. I’ve always believed if you take one-tenth the energy you put into complaining and applied it to solve the problem, you’d be surprised by how well things can work out.”
  9. #9
    “The particularity of our problems can be made bearable only through the recognition of our universal humanity. We suffer uniquely, but we survive the same way.”
  10. #10
    “The main problem with this great obsession for saving time is very simple: you can’t save time. You can only spend it. But you can spend it wisely or foolishly.”
  1. #11
    ″The more people are into quick fix and focus on the acute problems and pain, the more that very approach contributes to the underlying chronic condition.″
  2. #12
    “Consider the idea that charisma can be as much a liability as an asset. Your strength of personality can sow the seeds of problems
  3. #13
    “Genuine love is rarely an emotional space where needs are instantly gratified. To know love we have to invest time and commitment...‘dreaming that love will save us, solve all our problems or provide a steady state of bliss or security only keeps us stuck in wishful fantasy, undermining the real power of the love -- which is to transform us.’ ”
  4. #14
    “The good-to-great companies made a habit of putting their best people on their best opportunities, not their biggest problems.”
  5. #15
    “The problem is, I can’t tell what real anymore, and what’s made up.”
  6. #16
    “The particularity of our problems can be made bearable only through the recognition of our universal humanity. We suffer uniquely, but we survive the same way.”
  7. #17
    “Too many problems in this world are caused by men with noble dispositions and clouded minds.”
  8. #18
    “It’s the recognition that other people’s problems, their pain and frustrations, are every bit as real as our own – often far worse. In recognizing this fact and trying to offer some assistance, we open our hearts and greatly enhance our sense of gratitude.”
  9. #19
    “So is life: the very problems you must overcome also support you and make you stronger in overcoming them.”
  10. #20
    “By naming sexism as the problem it went directly to the heart of the matter. Practically, it is a definition which implies that all sexist thinking and action is the problem, whether those who perpetuate it are female or male, child or adult. ”

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The Rag Coat book
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Three Little Words book
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All the Places to Love book
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Penguin and Pinecone book
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Spot Loves His Daddy book
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The Trumpet of the Swan book
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  1. #21
    “Through nonviolent resistance we shall be able to oppose the unjust system and at the same time love the perpetrators of the system.”
  2. #22
    “That our project has crashed is not a reflection of our worth as human beings. It’s just a mistake. It’s a problem – and a problem can be solved.”
  3. #23
    “In the nineteenth century the problem was that God is dead; in the twentieth century the problem is that man is dead.”
  4. #24
    “You will someday come to see that there is no use for that incessant internal chatter, and there is no reason to constantly attempt to figure everything out. Eventually you will see that the real cause of problems is not life itself. It’s the commotion the mind makes about life that really causes problems.”
  5. #25
    “Sometimes the simplest and best use of our will is to drop it all and just walk out from under everything that is covering us, even if only for an hour or so—just walk out from under the webs we’ve spun, the tasks we’ve assumed, the problems we have to solve. They’ll be there when we get back, and maybe some of them will fall apart without our worry to hold them up.”
  6. #26
    “There is absolutely no problem with the island.”
  7. #27
    “Each time a door closes, the rest of the world opens up.”
  8. #28
    “Our problem as Americans -- at least, among my race and gender -- is that we resist the very idea of limits, regarding limits of all sorts as temporary and regrettable impositions on our lives.”
  9. #29
    “You are not alone. No one who calls on Him can call in vain. Whatever troubles you, be certain that He has the answer, and will gladly give it to you, if you simply turn to Him and ask it of Him.”
  10. #30
    “He will not withhold all answers that you need for anything that seems to trouble you. He knows the way to solve all problems, and resolve all doubts. His certainty is yours. You need but ask it of Him, and it will be given you.”
  1. #31
    “And they will find ten dead bodies and an unsolved problem on Soldier Island.”
  2. #32
    “Based on her experience with men, most assumed that when you talked to them about a problem or dilemma, they were expected to offer an opinion, even when all you wanted was for them to listen.”
  3. #33
    “We get comfortable with our misery, as we find ways to medicate ourselves, delude ourselves, disassociate our feelings, or get enough distance from the problem that it does not touch us directly.”
  4. #34
    “I didn’t really understand Yamazaki’s anger, but becoming furious allowed him to put off thinking about these problems . . . I decided to follow his example and just avoid reality for the time being.”
  5. #35
    “The trouble with all of us is we are where we shouldn’t be.”
  6. #36
    “We must accept responsibility for a problem before we can solve it. We cannot solve a problem by saying ‘It’s not my problem.’ We cannot solve a problem by hoping that someone else will solve it for us. I can solve a problem only when I say ‘ This is my problem and it’s up to me to solve it.’ ”
  7. #37
    “Sometimes the eye of a hurricane is the safest place to be.”
  8. #38
    “See obstacles as opportunities, Reinhold. See obstacles as inspirations.”
  9. #39
    “On and on you will hike, And I know you’ll hike far and face up to your problems whatever they are.”
  10. #40
    “The more intelligent you become, the more problems you’ll have.”

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Off & Away book
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Rosie Revere, Engineer book
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Solutions for Cold Feet book
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Cinder Edna book
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  1. #41
    “There are so many doors to open I am impatient to apply my own knowledge and skills to the problem.”
  2. #42
    “Prudence consists in knowing how to distinguish the character of troubles, and for choice to take the lesser evil.”
  3. #43
    “Life ultimately means taking the responsibility to find the right answer to its problems and to fulfill the tasks which it constantly sets for each individual.”
  4. #44
    “Muscle is created by lifting things that are designed to weigh us down. When your shoulders are heavy stand up straight and call it exercise.”
  5. #45
    “I can’t believe I am in the same place.
    But it isn’t my fault.
    It still takes a long time to get out.”
  6. #46
    “I see it is there.
    I still fall in… it’s a habit.
    My eyes are open.
    I know where I am.
    It is my fault… I get out immediately.”
  7. #47
    “I walk down the street.
    There is a deep hole in the sidewalk.
    I fall in.”
  8. #48
    “Leaders must accept total responsibility, own problems that inhibit performance, and develop solutions to those problems.”
  9. #49
    “A life that is without problems may literally be more hopeless than one that always verges on despair.”
  10. #50
    “What distinguishes modern sensibility from classical sensibility is that the latter thrives on moral problems and the former on metaphysical problems. ”
  1. #51
    Yoga Sutra I.5–6: Vrttayah pancatayyah klistaklistah pramana viparyaya vikalpa nidra smrtayah
    Translation: There are five functions or activities of the mind, which can either cause us problems or not. They are: correct perception, misunderstanding, imagination, deep sleep, and memory.
  2. #52
    “The trouble with Clare was, not only that she wanted to have her cake and eat it too, but that she wanted to nibble at the cakes of other folks as well.”
  3. #53
    “The person who cares about the problem owns the problem.”
  4. #54
    “Imperfection is not our personal problem - it is a natural part of existing.”
  5. #55
    “That’s the thing about crying yourself to sleep. When you wake up, the problems are still there.”
  6. #56
    “One of the greatest problems people have with failure is that they are too quick to judge isolated situations in their lives and label them as failures. Instead, they need to keep the bigger picture in mind.”
  7. #57
    “And acceptance is the answer to all my problems today.”
  8. #58
    “There are two kinds of people in this world: those who’re part of the solution and those who’re part of the problem.”
  9. #59
    “…to solve someone is to want to repair them: to diagnose a problem and then not try to fix that problem seemed not only neglectful but immoral.”
  10. #60
    “Problems are like top trumps. I have a pretty good card: Adulterous Mum. But Jordana’s is still better: Tumour Mother.”
  11. #61
    “Brushing a girl’s hair
    behind her ear
    once a day
    will solve more problems
    than all those
    therapists
    and drugs.”
  12. #62
    “We may be overwhelmed by it, but God isn’t. We may not see a way out, but God can. Because of Him, we can make a difference!”
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