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recognition Quotes

30 of the best book quotes about recognition
  1. #1
    “We chase wild dreams and long for all that eludes us, when the greatest joys are within our grasp, if we can only recognize them.”
  2. #2
    “The creature was utterly strange, not like anything they had ever known, and yet when it looked at them, some kind of recognition passed between them. ‘I know now,’ said Doon. ‘This is the world we belong in.‘”
  3. #3
    “If once one has recognised the truth and seen it, you know that it is the truth and that there is no other and there cannot be, whether you are asleep or awake.”
  4. #4
    “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.”
  5. #5
    “The play-it-safe pessimists of the world never accomplish much of anything, because they don’t look clearly and objectively at situations, they don’t recognize or believe in their own abilities to overcome even the smallest amount of risk.”
  6. #6
    “I knew who he was: I would recognize that scent anywhere. Unmistakably Ethan. I’d found the boy.”
  7. #7
    “Ego needs honours in order to be validated. Confidence, on the other hand, is able to wait and focus on the task at hand regardless of external recognition.”
  1. #8
    “To truly love we must learn to mix various ingredients - care, affection, recognition, respect, commitment, and trust, as well as honest and open communication.”
  2. #9
    “When you recognize that you will thrive not in spite of your losses and sorrows, but because of them, that you would not have chosen the things that happened in your life, but you are grateful for them, that you will hold the empty bowls eternally in your hands, but you also have the capacity to fill them?
    THE WORD FOR THAT IS HEALING.”
  3. #10
    “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.”
  4. #11
    “If you simply kept your eyes open, it seemed, you just might find something valuable in the most unlikely of places. The trick was to recognize a good thing when you saw it, no matter how odd or worthless it might at first appear, no matter who else might just walk away and leave it behind.”
  5. #12
    “She saw that you are somebody. She recognized you . . . as the shape of God’s heart. Sometimes people cry when they see that.”
  6. #13
    “Stop heaping your own definition of love on men and recognize that men love differently.”
  7. #14
    ″‘[I]t would have been better for all of you, lady, if you hadn’t of reckernized me.’ Bailey turned his head sharply and said something to his mother that shocked even the children. The old lady began to cry and The Misfit reddened.”

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I Am So Brave! book
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Tomorrow I'll Be Brave book
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The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles book
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Jabari Jumps book
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What Do You Do with a Chance book
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Big Papa and the Time Machine book
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My Brave Year of Firsts book
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  1. #15
    I am Abhorsen...” He looked at the baby again and added, almost with a note of surprise, “Father of Sabriel
  2. #16
    “It is difficult to recognize pride as a sin when it is held up on every side as a virtue, urged as profitable, and rewarded as an achievement.”
  3. #17
    “And art thou then that Virgil, that well-spring, From which such copious floods of eloquence Have issued?”
  4. #18
    “When an ancient temptation or trial becomes a feature in the culture, a way of life that is expected and encouraged, Christians have a stumbling block put before them that is hard to recognize for what it is, for it has been made into a monument, gilded with bronze and bathed in decorative lights.”
  5. #19
    “I turned at the sound of my name. Maxon was jogging down the hall toward me. I felt like I was seeing him for the first time.”
  6. #20
    “Then Hwin, though shaking all over, gave a strange little neigh and trotted across to the Lion.
    ‘Please,’ she said, ‘you’re so beautiful. You may eat me if you like. I’d sooner be eaten by you than fed by anyone else.‘”
  7. #21
    “There are familiar faces on these trains, people I see every week, going to and fro. I recognize them and they probably recognize me. I don’t know whether they see me, though, for what I really am.”
  1. #22
    “It’s a time when men and women come to know what they truly are. A time of purging.” I’d been looking at the ceiling as he spoke. At his final words, I turned to face him in surprise. “Is that what the Catholics mean by purgatory?” “In essence.” He nodded. “A period during which each soul is cleansed by a self-imposed recognition of past deeds—and misdeeds.”
  2. #23
    “For what matters in life is not whether we receive a round of applause; what matters is whether we have the courage to venture forth despite the uncertainty of acclaim.”
  3. #24
    “The truth, of course, was that it was all my own self, and my own impiety had divided me against myself. My sin was all the more incurable because I did not think myself a sinner.”
  4. #25
    We want recognition, not accomplishment.
  5. #26
    “When we recognize it is impossible for us to perform a duty in our own strength, we will discover the secret of its accomplishment.”
  6. #27
    “Though Chicago was rapidly achieving recognition as an industrial and mercantile dynamo, its leading men felt keenly the slander from New York that their city had few cultural assets.”
  7. #28
    “Aren’t we all waiting to be read by someone, praying that they’ll tell us that we make sense?”
  8. #29
    “We must be content to live without watching ourselves live, to work without expecting any immediate reward, to love without an instantaneous satisfaction, and to exist without any special recognition.”
  9. #30
    “It wasn’t like this when Mamma was alive. Somehow she provided good meals all through the winter and still managed to have meat left in the cellar come spring. I am nowhere near as capable as my mother was, and if I ever forget it, I have Lou to remind me. Or Pa. Not that he says the sorts of things Lou does, but you can tell by the look on his face when he sits down to eat that he isn’t fond of mush day in and day out.”

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Penguin and Pinecone book
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The Trumpet of the Swan book
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