Quotes of the Day

America believes in education: the average professor earns more money in a year than a professional athlete earns in a whole week. – Evan Esar

I like work: it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours. – Jerome K. Jerome, “Three Men in a Boat,” 1889

A bore is a man who deprives you of solitude without providing you with company. – Gian Vincenzo Gravina

As for me, except for an occasional heart attack, I feel as young as I ever did. – Robert Benchley

The only normal people are the ones you don’t know very well. – Joe Ancis

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Funny Quotes

“My new dress. Do you like it? It’s from my favorite designer, On Sale.” –Rita Rudner

“Right on the alarm clock is the snooze button, which is basically a built-in cheating option. I don’t know why I didn’t think of it earlier, but
finally I just taped it down.” –Arj Barker

“What my mother believed about cooking is that if you worked hard and prospered, someone else would do it for you.” – Nora Ephron

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“A Romanian man is in the hospital after getting drunk and swallowing 120 coins on a bet. Doctors monitoring his situation say so far, no change.”
–Jay Leno

“A high school in England is going to teach a class in Elvish – the language that is spoken in ‘The Lord of The Rings’. Not surprisingly the Elvish
language has no words for girl, date or kiss.” –Conan O’Brien

“The man responsible for making popcorn a movie theater snack has passed away. His family was going to get him a regular casket, but then decided to
get the extra large one was the better deal because it came with a medium Coke.” –David Letterman

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Quotes About Money

The only reason a great many American families don’t own an elephant is that they have never been offered an elephant for a dollar down and easy
weekly payments. – Mad Magazine

The safe way to double your money is to fold it over once and put it in your pocket. – Frank Hubbard

There is a very easy way to return from a casino with a small fortune: go there with a large one. – Jack Yelton

I’d like to live as a poor man with lots of money. – Pablo Picasso

Business, you know, may bring money, but friendship hardly ever does. – Jane Austen

The rule is not to talk about money with people who have much more or much less than you. – Katherine Whitehorn

Never work just for money or for power. They won’t save your soul or help you sleep at night. – Marian Wright Edelman

A bank is a place where they lend you an umbrella in fair weather and ask for it back when it begins to rain. – Robert Frost

A penny saved is a penny earned. – Benjamin Franklin

Empty pockets never held anyone back. Only empty heads and empty hearts can do that. – Norman Vincent Peale

Friendship is like money, easier made than kept. – Samuel Butler

He who loses money, loses much; He who loses a friend, loses much more; He who loses faith, loses all. – Eleanor Roosevelt

If you want to feel rich, just count the things you have that money can’t buy. – Proverb

Time is more valuable than money. You can get more money, but you cannot get more time. – Jim Rohn

Whoever said money can’t buy happiness simply didn’t know where to go shopping. – Bo Derek

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The Most Fetch Quotes From ‘Mean Girls’

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Rough School Quotes

“I was scared of the headmaster. He had incredible aim with an eraser. He could sit in front of the classroom, and if you were just leaning a little
bit to the side as if to talk to the person next to you, he could hit you with an eraser upside your head from, like, 40 feet.” – Actor KEVIN

“I won’t say our school was tough, but we had our own coroner. We used to write essays like: What I’m going to be if I grow up.” -Lenny Bruce

“My school days were the happiest days of my life; which should give you some indication of the misery I’ve endured over the past twenty-five years.”
-Paul Merton

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13 Inspiring Quotes to Honor U.S. Patriots on Veterans Day

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75 John Lennon quotes for his 75th birthday

John Lennon would have been 75 years old today. In honor of the occasion, we've compiled 75 quotes and lyrics attributed to the late rock icon . Enjoy, and remember. On the Beatles: "We're not Beatles to each other, you know. It's a joke to us. If we're going out the door of the hotel, we say, 'Right! Beatle John! Beatle George now! Come on, let's go!' We don't put on a false front or anything." — Look, 1966 "Paul (McCartney) and I made a deal when we were 15. There was never a legal deal between us, just a deal we made when we decided to write together that we put both our names on it, no matter what." —​ Playboy, published in 1981 "I said we were more popular than Jesus, which is a fact." —​ Look, 1966 "We were really professional by the time we got to the States; we had learned the whole game. When we arrived here we knew how to handle the press; the British press were the toughest in the world and we could handle anything. We were all right." —​ Rolling Stone, 1971 "You see, we're influenced by whatever's going. Even if we're not influenced, we're all going that way at a certain time. If we played a Stones record now —​ and a Beatles record —​ and we've been way apart,​ you'd find a lot of similarities. We're all heavy. Just heavy." —​ Rolling Stone, 1968 "Carrying The Beatles' or the Sixties' dream around all your life is like carrying the Second World War and Glenn Miller around. That's not to say you can't enjoy Glenn Miller or The Beatles, but to live in that dream is the twilight zone. It's not living now. It's an illusion." —​ Playboy, 1981 "They've been trying to knock us down since we began, especially the British press, always saying, 'What are you going to do when the bubble bursts?' That was the in-crowd joke with us. We'd go when we decided, not when some fickle public decided, because we were not a manufactured group. We knew what we were doing. —​ Rolling Stone, 1971, on The Beatles "There is not one thing that's Beatle music. How can they talk about it like that? What is Beatle music? Walrus or Penny Lane? Which? It's too diverse: I Want to Hold Your Hand or Revolution Number Nine? —​ Rolling Stone, 1971 "Why should The Beatles give more? Didn't they give everything on God's earth for ten years? Didn't they give themselves?" —​ Playboy, 1981 "I've got used to the fact —​ just about —​ that whatever I do is going to be compared to the other Beatles. If I took up ballet dancing, my ballet dancing would be compared with Paul (McCartney)'s bowling." —​ Rolling Stone, 1975 "I said to Paul 'I'm leaving.' " —​ Rolling Stone, 1971, on quitting The Beatles "It's like saying, you know, 'Did you remember falling in love?' Not quite. It just sort of happens" —​ The Dick Cavett Show, 1971, on his memories of breaking up with the Beatles On songwriting: "All we are saying is, 'This is what is happening to us.' We are sending postcards. I don't let it become 'I am the awakened; you are sheep that will be shown the way.' That is the danger of saying anything, you know." —​ Playboy, 1981 "I was trying to write about an affair without letting me wife know I was writing about an affair, so it was very gobbledegook. I was sort of writing from my experiences, girls' flats, things like that." —​ Rolling Stone, 1971, on writing Norwegian Wood years before "The first line (of I Am The Walrus) was written on one acid trip one weekend. The second line was written on the next acid trip the next weekend, and it was filled in after I met Yoko." —​ Playboy, 1981 "They can take anything apart. I mean, I hit it on all levels, you know. We write lyrics, and I write lyrics that you don't realize what they mean till after." —​ Rolling Stone,1968, when asked about "philosophical analyses" of Strawberry Fields "In Baby You're A Rich Man the point was, stop moaning, you're a rich man and we're all rich, heh heh, baby!" —​ Rolling Stone, 1968 "I'm always proud and pleased when people do my songs. It gives me pleasure that they even attempt them, because a lot of my songs aren't that doable." —​ Playboy, 1981 "The images (in Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds) were from Alice in Wonderland. It was Alice in the boat. She is buying an egg and it turns into Humpty Dumpty. The woman serving in the shop turns into a sheep and the next minute they are rowing in a rowing boat somewhere and I was visualizing that. There was also the image of the female who would someday come save me … a 'girl with kaleidoscope eyes' who would come out of the sky. It turned out to be Yoko (Ono), though I hadn't met Yoko yet. So maybe it should be Yoko in the Sky With Diamonds." —​ Playboy, 1981 On himself: "I'm cynical about society, politics, newspapers, government. But I'm not cynical about life, love, goodness, death. That's why I really don't want to be labeled a cynic." —​ Look, 1966 "I'm a freakin' artist, man, not a (expletive) race horse." —​ Rolling Stone, 1975 "Yes, if there is such a thing, I am one." —​ Rolling Stone, 1971, when asked if he thought he was a genius "One of my big things is that I wish to be a fisherman. I know it sounds silly —​ and I'd sooner be rich than poor, and all the rest of that … but I wish the pain was ignorance or bliss or something." —​ Rolling Stone, 1971 "I never went to high school reunions. My thing is, out of sight, out of mind. That's my attitude toward life. So I don't have any romanticism about any part of my past." —​ Playboy, 1981 "I'm not telling. Lots more than I ever had before." —​ Rolling Stone, 1971, asked how much money he had "Nobody controls me. I'm uncontrollable. The only one who controls me is me, and that's just barely possible." —​ Playboy, 1981 On marriage to Yoko Ono: "It was very romantic. It's all in the song, The Ballad of John and Yoko. If you want to know how it happened, it's in there. Gibraltar was like a little sunny dream. I couldn't find a white suit —​ I had sort of off-white corduroy trousers and a white jacket. Yoko had all white on." —​ Rolling Stone, 1971 "When we got married, we knew our honeymoon was going to be public, anyway, so we decided to use it to make a statement. We sat in bed and talked to reporters for seven days. It was hilarious. In effect, we were doing a commercial for peace on the front page of the papers instead of a commercial for war." —​ Playboy, 1981, on his and Ono's 1969 "Bed-In" "I was a working-class macho guy who was used to being served and Yoko didn't buy that. From the day I met her, she demanded equal time, equal space, equal rights." —​ Newsweek, 1980 "She inspired all this creation in me. It wasn't that she inspired the songs; she inspired me." —​ Playboy, 1981 "It is a teacher-pupil relationship. That's what people don't understand. She's the teacher and I'm the pupil. I'm the famous one, the one who's supposed to know everything, but she's my teacher." —​ Playboy, 1981 On fatherhood: "If you know your history, it took (Ono and me) a long time to have a live baby. And I wanted to give five solid years to Sean. I hadn't seen Julian, my first son (by ex-wife Cynthia), grow up at all. And now there's a 17-year-old man on the phone talking about motorbikes." —​ Newsweek, 1980 "Yoko became the breadwinner, taking care of the bankers and deals. And I became the housewife. It was like one of those reversal comedies! I'd say (mincingly), 'Well, how was it at the office today, dear? Do you want a cocktail? I didn't get your slippers and your shirts aren't back from the laundry.' To all housewives, I say I now understand what you're screaming about." —​ Newsweek, 1980 On faith: "I believe Jesus was right, Buddha was right, and all of those people like that are right. They're all saying the same thing —​ and I believe it. I believe what Jesus actually said —​ the basic things he laid down about love and goodness —​ and not what people say he said." —​ Look, 1966 "I don't believe in magic … I don't believe in Jesus … I don't believe in Buddha … I don't believe in Elvis … I don't believe in Beatles." —​ God, 1970 "Imagine there's no heaven/ It's easy if you try/ No hell below us/ Above us only sky/ Imagine all the people/ Living for today." —​ Imagine, 1971 On listening to music: "There is nothing conceptually better than rock 'n' roll. No group, be it Beatles, Dylan or Stones, have ever improved on Whole Lot of Shaking for my money. Or maybe I'm like our parents: that's my period and I dig it and I'll never leave it." —​ Rolling Stone, 1971 "All music is rehash. There are only a few notes. Just variations on a theme. Try to tell the kids in the Seventies who were screaming to the Bee Gees that their music was just The Beatles redone. There is nothing wrong with the Bee Gees." —​ Playboy, 1980 "I'm still a record man. There's nobody —​ including meself —​– on earth that I can sit down and listen to a whole album." —​ Rolling Stone, 1975 "I don't purchase records. I do enjoy listening to things like Japanese folk music or Indian music." —​ Playboy, 1981 On other rock stars: "It depends who they are. If it's Mick (Jagger) or the Old Guard as I call them, yeah, they're the Old Guard. Elton (John), David (Bowie) are the newies. I don't feel like an old uncle, dear, 'cause I'm not that much older than half of 'em, hehe." —​ Rolling Stone, 1975 "I didn't come after Elvis and Dylan, I've been around always. But if I see or meet a great artist, I love 'em." —​ Rolling Stone, 1971 "I stopped listening to Dylan with both ears after Highway 64 (sic) and Blonde on Blonde, and even then it was because George (Harrison) would sit me down and make me listen." —​ Playboy, 1981 "Wouldn't it be interesting to take Elvis back to his Sun Records period? I don't know. But I'm content to listen to his Sun Records. I don't want to dig him up out of the grave." —​ Playboy, 1981 On health and mortality: "I don't want to grow up but I'm sick of not growing up —​ that way. I'll find a different way of not growing up. There's a better way of doing it than torturing your body." —​ Rolling Stone, 1975 "We're mostly macrobiotic, but sometimes I take the family out for a pizza." —​ Playboy, 1981 "I could still be forgotten when I'm dead. I don't really care what happens when I'm dead." —​ The Dick Cavett Show, 1971 "Cat has nine lives/ Nine lives to itself/ But you only got one/ And a dog's life ain't fun." —​ Crippled Inside, 1971 "Two branches of one tree/ Face the setting sun/ When the day is done." —​ Grow Old With Me, released in 1984 On drugs: "It was only another mirror. It wasn't a miracle. It was more of a visual thing and a therapy, looking at yourself a bit." —​ Rolling Stone, 1971, on how LSD affected his music after he began experimenting in 1964 "We were smoking marijuana for breakfast. We were well into marijuana and nobody could communicate with us, because we were just all glazed eyes, giggling all the time. In our own world." —​ on The Beatles during their Help! period "(Happiness Is A Warm Gun) not about heroin. A gun magazine was sitting there with a smoking gun on the cover and an article that I never read inside called 'Happiness Is a Warm Gun.' I took it right from there. I took it as the terrible idea of just having shot some animal." —​ Playboy, 1981 "If somebody gives me a joint, I might smoke it, but I don't go after it." —​ Playboy, 1981 On fame: "I don't mind looking to the camera —​ it's people that throw me." —​ Look, 1966 "You don't have to be a star to get a cheese sandwich. You just have to be first." —​ Look, 1966 "I've withdrawn many times. Part of me is a monk, and part a performing flea! The fear in the music business is that you don't exist if you're not at Xenon with Andy Warhol." —​ Newsweek, 1980 "Half the time you don't know what you're talking about when you're talking to reporters." —​ The Dick Cavett Show, 1971 "No longer riding on the merry-go-round/ I just had to let it go." —​ Watching the Wheels, 1980 On the human condition: "You're born in pain. Pain is what we are in most of the time, and I think that the bigger the pain, the more God you look for." —​ Rolling Stone, 1971 "The unknown is what it is. And to be frightened of it is what sends everybody scurrying around chasing dreams, illusions, wars, peace, love, hate, all that … it's all illusion." —​ Playboy, 1981 "Remember though love is strange/ Now and forever love will remain." —​ Bless You, 1974 "Better recognize your brothers/ Everyone you meet." —​ Instant Karma!, 1970 "Every day in every way/ It's getting better and better." — ​Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy), 1980 "After all is said and done/ You can't go pleasing everyone." —​ I'm Stepping Out, released 1984 On politics and revolution: "I don't want to die, and I don't want to be hurt physically, but if they blow the world up … we're all out of our pain then, forget it, no more problems!" —​ Rolling Stone, 1971 "That radicalism (of the '70s) was phony, really, because it was out of guilt. I'd always felt guilty that I made money, so I had to give it away or lose it. I don't mean I was a hypocrite. When I believe, I believe right down to the roots." —​ Newsweek, 1980 "In England, there are only two things to be, basically: You are either for the labor movement or for the capitalist movement. Either you become a right-wing Archie Bunker if you are in the class I am in, or you become an instinctive socialist, which I was." —​ Playboy, 1981 "There is no denying that we are still living in the capitalist world. I think that in order to survive and to change the world, you have to take care of yourself first. You have to survive yourself." —​ Playboy, 1981 "It's quite possible to do anything, but not to put it on the leaders and the parking meters. Don't expect Jimmy Carter or Ronald Reagan or John Lennon or Yoko Ono or Bob Dylan or Jesus Christ to come and do it for you. You have to do it yourself." —​ Playboy, 1981 "All we are saying is give peace a chance." — Give Peace A Chance, 1969 On the future: "The sun will never disappear/ But the world may not have many years." —​ Isolation, 1970 "I couldn't think of the next few years; it's abysmal thinking of how many years there are to go, millions of them. I just play it by the week." —​ Rolling Stone, 1971 "I hope we're a nice old couple living off the coast of Ireland or something like that —​ looking at our scrapbook of madness." —​ Rolling Stone, 1971, imagining himself at 64 with Ono 'It looks like I'm going to be 40 and life begins at 40 —​ so they promise. And I believe it, too." —​ Playboy, 1981 "I hope some day you will join us/ And the world will live as one." —​ Imagine, 1971
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Happy Birthday Matt Damon! Celebrate with 15 Favorite Quotes From The Actor

Matt Damon turned 45 on October 8. The actor, writer, producer and screenwriter won an Academy Award–with Bed Affleck–for the screenplay, Good Will Hunting when he was just 27. But Damon has managed to stay incredibly grounded. On the British television show, the Graham Norton Show, he reflected about winning an Oscar when he was so young, “… I suddenly had this kinda thing wash over me where I thought, imagine chasing that and not getting it. And getting it finally in your eighties or your nineties with all of life behind you and realizing what an unbelievable waste… It can’t fill you up. If that’s a hole that you have, that won’t fill it. I felt so blessed to have that awareness at 27.”

We celebrate The Martian star with our favorite quotes from the actor, including memorable lines from Good Will Hunting. Click to this Parade.com story to read all 15 quotes.

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Empire Season 2 Premiere Recap: The 13 Craziest Moments and Quotes

Empire is back, boo boos! And, to nobody's surprise, season two began with all of the over-the-top shenanigans, cutthroat double-crossings, and "can they really say that?!" lines as we have come to expect. So what…

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Writers’ Quotes

“The difference between fiction and reality? Fiction has to make sense.” (Tom Clancy)

“I never know what I think about something until I read what I’ve written on it.” (William Faulkner)

“I handed in a script last year and the studio didn’t change one word. The word they didn’t change was on page 87.” (Steve Martin)

“I have always been a huge admirer of my own work. I’m one of the funniest and most entertaining writers I know.” (Mel Brooks)

“It took me fifteen years to discover that I had no talent for writing, but I couldn’t give it up because by that time I was too famous.” (Robert

“A writer is congenitally unable to tell the truth and that is why we call what he writes fiction.” (William Faulkner)

“The free-lance writer is the person who is paid per piece or per word or perhaps.” (Robert Benchley)

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10 Inspiring Quotes To Read Again And Again After A Split

The weeks and months after a split can leave you feeling shaken up and completely unsure of yourself.  You’ve spent years and maybe even decades with one person, so it’s understandable that being on your own again might seem like a slightly scary prospect. 

But while your life may feel completely unfamiliar right now, it won’t always be that way. (And hey, you may even grow to love being on your own.)

As a reminder that life goes on and gets better post-split, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite quotes on single life, self-growth and embracing change. Read them below.


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30 definitive rock and roll quotes from music legends

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Football Coaches’ Quotes

“Show me a good and gracious loser … and I’ll show you a failure.” Knute Rockne / Notre Dame

“I make my practices real hard … because if a player is a quitter … I want him to quit in practice, not in a game.” Bear Bryant / Alabama

“It isn’t necessary to see a good tackle … You can hear it.” Knute Rockne / Notre Dame

“At Georgia Southern, we don’t cheat … That costs money and we don’t have any.” Erk Russell / Georgia Southern.

“Football is only a game. Spiritual things are eternal. Nevertheless, Beat Texas.” Seen on a church sign in Arkansas prior to the 1969 game.

“After you retire, there’s only one big event left … and I ain’t ready for that.” Bobby Bowden / Florida State

“The man who complains about the way the ball bounces is likely to be the one who dropped it.” Lou Holtz / Arkansas

“When you win, nothing hurts.” Joe Namath / Alabama

“Motivation is simple. You eliminate those who are not motivated.” Lou Holtz / Arkansas

“If you want to walk the heavenly streets of gold … you gotta know the password, “Roll, tide, roll!” Bear Bryant / Alabama

“A school without football is in danger of deteriorating into a medieval study hall.” Frank Leahy / Notre Dame

“There’s nothing that cleanses your soul like getting the hell kicked out of you.” Woody Hayes / Ohio State

“I don’t expect to win enough games to be put on NCAA probation. I just want to win enough to warrant an investigation.” Bob Devaney / Nebraska

“In Alabama, an atheist is … someone who doesn’t believe in Bear Bryant.” Wally Butts / Georgia

“You can learn more character on the two-yard line than anywhere else in life.” Paul Dietzel / LSU

“It’s kind of hard to rally around a math class.” Bear Bryant / Alabama

When asked if Fayetteville was the end of the world. “No, but you can see it from here.” Lou Holtz / Arkansas

“There’s one sure way to stop us from scoring … give us the ball near the goal line.” Matty Bell / SMU

“Lads, you’re not to miss practice unless your parents died or you died.” Frank Leahy / Notre Dame

“I never graduated from Iowa, but I was only there for two terms – Truman’s and Eisenhower’s.” Alex Karras / Iowa

“My advice to defensive players: Take the shortest route to the ball and arrive in a bad humor.” Bowden Wyatt / Tennessee

“I could have been a Rhodes Scholar … except for my grades.” Duffy Daugherty / Michigan State

“Always remember … Goliath was a 40-point favorite over David.” Shug Jordan / Auburn

“They cut us up like boarding house pie … And that’s real small pieces.” Darrell Royal / Texas

“They whipped us like a tied up goat.” Spike Dykes / Texas Tech

“I asked Darrell Royal, the coach of the Texas Longhorns, why he didn’t recruit me and he said: ‘Well, Walt, we took a look at you and you weren’t any
good.'” Walt Garrison / Oklahoma State

“Son, you’ve got a good engine, but your hands aren’t on the steering wheel.” Bobby Bowden / Florida State

“Football is NOT a contact sport – it is a collision sport. Dancing IS a contact sport.” Duffy Daugherty / Michigan State

After USC lost 51-0 to Notre Dame, his post-game message to his team: “All those who need showers … take them.” John McKay / USC

“If lessons are learned in defeat … our team is getting a great education.” Murray Warmath / Minnesota

“The only qualifications for a lineman are to be big and dumb. To be a back, you only have to be dumb.” Knute Rockne / Notre Dame

“Oh, we played about like three tons of buzzard puke this afternoon.” Spike Dykes / Texas Tech

“We live one day at a time and scratch where it itches.” Darrell Royal / Texas

“We didn’t tackle well today, but we made up for it by not blocking.” John McKay / USC

“Three things can happen when you throw the ball, and two of them are bad.” Darrell Royal / University of Texas

“I’ve found that prayers work best … when you have big players.” Knute Rockne / Notre Dame

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101 Life Changing Quotes – Tim Beachum

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101 Life Changing Quotes

Tim Beachum

Genre: Fiction & Literature

Publish Date: May 13, 2012

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101 Life Changing Quotes is a gift from award winning author, Tim Beachum to all of his readers. For over two decades I have been starting each day off by reading a new positive, or motivational quote. My belief is what you put in your mind will manifest through your physical actions. Imagine reading wise words that you know for a fact has already motivated people throughout history. In life we are sometimes faced with obstacles that at the moment seem insurmountable. We will let whatever the obstacle is eat at us until we are mentally broken down. What we do not realize is, all negative obstacles in our lives are just like seasons. It to shall pass. It is not what happens to us in life, it is how we view what happens that will make the difference. This is where the quotes come in to play. For me these quotes help me to remember during my darkest days that this to shall pass! I am giving this book away free, however all I ask is that you pay it forward. Tell someone else about it, share it on your social network e.g. Facebook, Twitter – etc… Again thank you for downloading 101 Life Changing Quotes and I hope that it serves you as well as it has served me.

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Here’s What It Would Look Like If Inspirational Quotes Were Honest, Vol. 4

If a tree falls in the woods, and you’re not there to hear it, wouldn’t you want it to fall on that friend who posts WAY too many inspirational quotes on Facebook?

Ah, the inspirational quote. On social media, it’s like a language all its own. Whatever event is happening in someone’s life, their is an eye-catching image and some pretty-fonted words to express the emotion attached to that event. But sometimes these inspirational quotes reach just a bit too far, and they need to be brought back down to earth.

Here are some of those inspirational quotes you’re always sharing, and their more honest translations:

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The Most Popular Quotes From Summer’s Best Beach Reads

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The 2015 GLAAD Media Awards: 5 Powerful and Inspiring Quotes

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17 Kid Quotes That Will Make You Laugh So Hard You’ll Cry

Kids say the darndest things, often to the surprise and confusion of their parents. Whether they are asking the tough questions about life or having a chat with their toys, sometimes the craziest things come out of the mouths of babes. We recently asked the HuffPost community to share the funniest thing their kid said that week, and we got some great responses. Oh, to be a kid again!

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Happy Birthday, Grace Coddington! Her 10 Best Fashion Quotes, Ever

The ‘Vogue’ creative director (and uber fashionable cat lady) turns 74 on April 20, and to celebrate we’ve rounded up her best nuggets of wisdom from fifty plus years the fashion game.

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Quotes We Love From The Breakfast Club

Remember the great John Hughes film The Breakfast Club, in which five high school students (labeled as “the brain, the athlete, the basketcase, the princess and the criminal”) are forced to peacefully coexist in Saturday detention? As the movie celebrates its 30th anniversary, cinemas throughout the United States are screening a special newly restored version of the movie on on March 26th and March 31. (Visit here for details.)

The Breakfast Club‘s many great lines continue to resonate. Like this passage:

Andrew: My God, are we gonna be like our parents?
Claire: [teary] Not me… ever.
Allison: It’s unavoidable; it just happens.
Claire: What happens?
Allison: When you grow up, your heart dies.
John: So, who cares?
Allison: I care.

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‘If You Stand For Equality, Then You’re A Feminist’: 9 Fab Quotes From Emma Watson’s Facebook Q&A

To commemorate International Women’s Day, inspiring human and actress Emma Watson participated in a Q&A at the Facebook office in London to stress, yet again, just how critical it is for both women and men to come together in the fight for gender equality.

Watson clearly does not take the topic lightly; she is, after all, a United Nations Women Goodwill Ambassador who represents the organization’s HeForShe Campaign, a movement that calls for both genders to advocate for equal rights.

Last year, during a stirring speech at the UN, Watson kicked off the solidarity campaign by formally inviting men everywhere to join the fight for women’s rights. “I want men to take up this mantle. So their daughters, sisters and mothers can be free from prejudice but also so that their sons have permission to be vulnerable and human too — reclaim those parts of themselves they abandoned and in doing so be a more true and complete version of themselves,” she said.

On Sunday, the 24-year-old “Harry Potter” actress reiterated the idea during the hour-long Q&A session, saying: “We’re never, ever, ever going to be able to fly as high unless we’re both in support of each other.” Watson said many wonderful, powerful things about feminism and its impact on her life (all of which you can watch here). Below, we share nine of our favorite quotes.

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12 Beautiful Quotes From Women In Art Who Aren’t Afraid To Call Out Injustice

Today is International Women’s Day, a day globally dedicated to acknowledging the economic, social and political achievements of women across the world. In honor of the occasion, we’re rounding up some of the best interviews we’ve had with women in the arts, all of whom aren’t afraid to tackle the tough issues women face in their daily lives. From education to beauty, success to authenticity, popular perceptions of body hair to the epidemic of catcalling, these female artists don’t veer away from injustice; instead, they face obstacles head on.

Behold, 12 beautiful quotes from women in the arts:

On the importance of education:


” It’s not enough to have a few women’s studies courses. Why is it more important to study Paul Revere’s midnight ride than it is Susan B. Anthony’s 50-year effort to transform the face of America for women? When you’re in school, most of the events you study are about men. Men’s activities lauded and repeated over and over. What about us? What about commemorating the decades-long struggle for suffrage? Why don’t we hear those stories over and over and over again. It’s almost inconceivable for men to understand what it would be like to live without that constant valorization.”

On catcalling:


“There are always those who want to tell women that their experiences are not valid or not important whenever they speak up. For me, as a black woman, this is particularly true. Wanting the basic right of feeling comfortable and safe and not sexualized as I walk out of my house is very much worth prioritizing.” -artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh (read more here)

On success in a contemporary world:

“Success is now lined up with the realm of glamour, money and accoutrement which in essence have nothing to do with an originating vision but they do have to do with establishing recognition in commercial culture. I think women artists have a chance to deflect that and break that grip apart.” -performance artist Carolee Schneemann (read more here)

On finding your authentic self:


“I came of age before women’s lib, and wanted to buck the stereotypes of a culture that branded me a pretty girl, thin enough to be a fashion model and not much more. Armed with my camera and tripod, I found a way to define myself on my own terms in the most authentic way I could.” -photographer Lucy Hilmer (read more here)

On our culture’s preoccupation with female body hair:


“I entered making this work with a sense of fascination that hair is both beautiful and repulsive in our culture. The fragile influence of context is its only distinction. We see long hair on a woman as a symbol of beauty and femininity, but as soon as the hair is cut or removed the body, we think of it as unsanitary and strange. Likewise, we seem to never have enough hair in the places we want it, and too much hair in the places that we don’t want it to be!” -photographer Rebecca Drolen (read more here)

On definitions of beauty:

“The power to show real women, honest, present, complex and complete. Individuals, radiant in their own right. Not stripped of their personhood, or manipulated for a fantasy or metaphor. I like to think the power of lifting the veil from individuals helps to challenge societies darker fetishes and beliefs, perhaps shatter notions of bigotry and stereotypes… One of my greatest joys is working with women who do not usually dwell in this side of their beauty and yet in the work recognize themselves completely, as they are and magnificent.” -painter Victoria Selbach (read more here)

On the realities of trans women:


“[My] series was inspired by my love for the trans women I have met online and my sympathy with the struggles they have being seen as women and people… Trans women are everywhere, but until recently have been marginalized by the invisibility enforced by the intensification of misogynist violence toward them. It is up to cisnormative society to stop questioning their femininity, embrace their beauty, and counter the disadvantages they have just by being themselves.” -artist Janet Bruesselbach (read more here)

On gun control laws:


“My hope is that the young men in the 8th Ward and the surrounding neighborhoods are inspired to trade killing for creativity. Through the relationships they’ve developed they decide they can move past the paradigm of gangsters and guns. Healing in the neighborhood, by the neighborhood.” -artist and curator Kirsha Kaechele (read more here)

On the radical nature of the selfie:


“Yes, of course they have the capability of being radical or feminist. Our generation knows the image of the self better then any other generation before, because of our access to cameras, media and sharing. And also, the language of the image is no longer in the hands of specialists. We are all experts in reading images and we know how to control and manipulate the viewer through images.” – artist Melanie Bonajo (read more here)

On feminism’s potential for future change:


“The Future Feminist point of view has increasingly leaned not towards striving for equal status within a male construct or a male society, but rather to invite a redesign of society based on the principles of a feminine archetype in order to create the hope of a sustainable future for us all.” -The Future Feminists (read more here)

On inclusion in the art world:


“I am aware of the fact that in the bigger scheme of things in the art and literary worlds there are still a lot of gaps as far as diversity and representation goes. That is part of my personal inspiration to make art and tell stories and have more representation for women and people of color.” -comic artist Yumi Sakugawa (read more here)

On hope


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10 Times Mean Girls Quotes Directly Applied to Motherhood

Cady. Regina. Gretchin. Karen.

We all know who they are.

But that was, like, 11 years ago. (I know, right? So last season.) Now, The Plastics are old enough to have squeezed out a few babies, bought Escalades and signed up for personal trainers while the kids are with the nanny.

Even though they’re no longer the Queen Bees of North Shore High School, their words live on. And you know what?

They totally apply to motherhood.

1. “The limit does not exist.”

Oh, you’re tired? You’ve been up for two days straight and all the kids have stomach flu? What’s that, you’ve reached your limit? HA! This is motherhood. “The limit” does not exist.

2. “It’s like I have ESPN or something.”

I can’t tell the weather with my boobs, but I totally know that my kid is pooping by the way he is frozen in the corner, hiding behind a bookshelf. And I know when he needs a nap when he’s screaming bloody murder while rolling around on the playground. It’s like I have ESPN or something.

3. “You can’t just ask someone why they’re white.”

There’s more than one way to skin a cat and more than one way to start a family. Stop asking crazy questions.

4. “Don’t have sex. You will get pregnant and die.”

Pretty much.

5. “I can’t help that I’ve got a heavy flow and a wide-set vagina.”

Disgusting things happen. Thank you, childbirth.

6. “Did you see nipple? It only counts if you saw nipple!”

This is actually, literally Facebook’s breastfeeding picture policy. Did you see nipple? Then you can’t report me. HAHAHAHA!!!!

7. “Whatever, I’m getting cheese fries.”

I usually give my kids organic homegrown everything from a juicer. I swear. (I’m lying.)

8. “I like invented her, you know what I mean?!”

That’s right. I birthed that little punk, so she better get in line. I brought her into this world…

9. “I used to just think there was fat and skinny. But apparently, there are lots of things that can be wrong with your body.”

Chin hairs, stretch marks, bladder leakage. Who cares about baby weight, I feel like Shrek!

10. “I’m a cool mom.”

Wait, this doesn’t apply. Cool Mom isn’t even a thing… In fact, it’s a total oxymoron.


Oh, you thought you were done with Mean Girls? Think again. Motherhood is its own high school lunchroom, and equally hard to navigate. The good news is when you become a mom, you are automatically upgraded to Queen Bee. (The kids are just our little workers). So hop in, biotch. We are going to the playground. And by the way…

On Wednesdays, we wear pink.

This post originally appeared on Mom Babble.

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“All men are not homeless, but some men are home less than others.” (Henry Youngman)

“To attract men, I wear a perfume called ‘New Car Interior.'” (Rita Rudner)

“Women speak because they wish to speak, whereas a man speaks only when driven to speech by something outside himself — like, for instance, he can’t
find any clean socks.” (Jean Kerr)

“Women now have choices. They can be married, not married, have a job, not have a job, be married with children, unmarried with children. Men have the
same choice we’ve always had: work or prison.” (Tim Allen)

“I love men, even though they’re lying, cheating scumbags.” (Gwyneth Paltrow)

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New Year Quotes

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Youth is when you’re allowed to stay up late on New Year’s Eve. Old age is when you’re forced to. – Bill Vaughn

Be always at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let each New Year find you a better man. – Benjamin Franklin

I’m a little bit older, a little bit wiser, a little bit rounder, but still none the wiser. – Robert Paul

One resolution I have made, and try always to keep, is this: To rise above the little things. – John Burroughs

Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. – Albert Einstein

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