Category-Soul Quotes

Disappointment is a sort of bankruptcy -- the bankruptcy of a soul that expends too much in hope and expectation.

Eric Hoffer

The heart and soul of blogging is the individual and/or the group of individuals opining on the fly and responding post-haste to one and all.

Michael Conniff

Disappointments are to the soul what a thunder-storm is to the air.

Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller

Disappointment to a noble soul is what cold water is to burning metal; it strengthens, tempers, intensifies, but never destroys it.

Eliza Tabor

... a big man, and you're a little boy, I shall ask you to have some jam," I should have failed entirely to smother my laughter. Do you think the doleful one would have seen the fun of the remark if she had any power over the body or soul of that devoted child? Nay. She would have whined about slyness, and cunning hints, and greediness, and the probabilities of utter ruin and disgrace overtaking underhand schemers, until that child would have been stunned, puzzled, deprived of self-respect, and rendered entirely wretched. Long ago I heard of a doleful one who turned ...

James Runciman

Suffer no anxiety, for he who is a sufferer of anxiety becomes regardless of enjoyment of the world and the spirit, and contraction happens to his body and soul

Zoroaster

A dog has the soul of a philosopher.

Plato

You must always learn to see yourself as a great advancing soul.

Wallace D. Wattles

We must no more ask whether the soul and body are one than ask whether the wax and the figure impressed on it are one.

Aristotle

It is not your outward appearance that you should beautify, but your soul, adorning it with good works.

Clement of Alexandria

Tears are summer showers to the soul.

Alfred Austin

To uncover hidden category needs, don't ask ‘How can I differentiate my brand from its competition?' but rather ask ‘What are the unmet needs that no brand is addressing?

Janine Keogh

There are victories of the soul and spirit. Sometimes, even if you lose, you win.

Elie Wiesel

To be able to practice five things everywhere under heaven constitutes perfect virtue. They are gravity, generosity of soul, sincerity, earnestness and kindness.

Confucius

Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.

Pablo Picasso

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