Weather Quotes

Under this window in stormy weather I marry this man and woman together; Let none but Him who rules the thunder Put this man and woman asunder.†

Jonathan Swift

We may achieve climate, but weather is thrust upon us.†

O. Henry

We should expect the best and the worst of mankind, as from the weather.†

Marquis De Vauvenargues

Weather means more when you have a garden. There's nothing like listening to a shower and thinking how it is soaking in around your green beans.

Marcelene Cox

Who cares about the clouds when we're together? Just sing a song and bring the sunny weather

Dale Evans

Would you bet your paycheck on a weather forecast for tomorrow? If not, then why should this country bet billions on global warming predictions that have even less foundation?†

Thomas Sowell

Yes, and there were changes of light on landscapes and changes of direction of the wind and the force of the wind and weather. That whole scene is too important in Homer to neglect

Robert Fitzgerald

Money is the opposite of the weather. Nobody talks about it, but everybody does something about it.†

Rebecca Johnson

One can find so many pains when the rain is falling.†

John Steinbeck

Rain is grace; rain is the sky condescending to the earth; without rain, there would be no life

John Updike

My heart leaps up when I behold† A rainbow in the sky:† So was it when my life began;† So is it now I am a man;† So be it when I shall grow old,† Or let me die!

William Woodsworth

A cloudy day or a little sunshine have as great an influence on many constitutions as the most recent blessings or misfortunes

Joseph Addison

"It's nothing," returned Mrs Chick. "It's merely change of weather. We must expect change."

Charles Dickens

I do think that, of all the silly, irritating tom foolishness by which we are plagued, this "weather-forecast" fraud is about the most aggravating. It "forecasts" precisely what happened yesterday or the day before, and precisely the opposite of what is going to happen today

Jerome K. Jerome

Black are the brooding clouds and troubled the deep waters, when the Sea of Thought, first heaving from a calm, gives up its Dead

Charles Dickens

The Power Of Failure: We Get To Decide What It Means

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Updated On : November 26, 2013
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