29 Quotes by Great Contemporary Writers no. 6.


  1. “If everyone would do one nice deed every day, what a wonderful world it would be!” (Christine).


  1. “So…be open to others, be loving, and see how all that love comes back to you” (Christine).


  1. “Each and every one of us has our own path to walk. We might have people helping us along the way, and we might stop to help others along their own path, but ultimately, we travel down our own roads” (Angie).


  1. “I believe women’s movements are successful because they are needed in our world. If men treated women better then there would be no need for them” (Nicodemas).


  1. “…Patience takes practice. Like mindfulness, it’s a strength that we build over time.” (ANU).


  1. “We are part of the world, and our inner peace is connected to peace outside of us. We can create peace in the world; and beauty in the world can bring us peace as  well” (ANU).


  1. “Many things can cause us to lose our smile, like a grouchy morning or a misunderstanding with a loved one; but just as many things or more can give us back our smile – a hot cup of tea, a hug; a dandelion” (ANU).


  1. “Smiling and saying hello to the bank teller, writing a note of thanks, complimenting or offering words of encouragement and support to someone are great examples of kindness” (Nikki).


  1. “Simple acts of kindness can brighten someone’s day, week or month enormously, more than you know. I have been moved to tears by the kindness I have received of late” (Nikki).


  1. “If you have everything the world can give – pleasure, possessions, power – but lack peace of mind, you can never be happy” (Veraiconia).


  1. “Whether it’s because of someone’s illness, religion, sexual orientation, country of origin… or whatever… the moment we allow our inner fears and wounds to be of more importance than the heart of the person who is standing before us, we have lost something both beautiful and fragile. We have lost the possibility of healing and connection” (Susanne).


  1. “Our lives are so busy that we tend to forget God’s presence in our lives. We forget that a simple morning prayer can carry us through the day.  A simple word of thanks for all he does for us is sufficient” (Charlee Felice).


  1. “Maybe trouble came to you to remind you to look for God. Maybe that is his way of reminding you that you need him” (Charlee Felice).


  1. “If you lose your way to him (God), he will gently tug you to help you find your way back. He is over present in your life. Talk to him, pray to him, sing to him, and listen. Open your heart and hear his guiding voice that will direct you on your way every day” (Caharlee Felice).


  1. “Just because we are alive doesn’t mean life is going to hand everything to us” (Khushboo Arora).


  1. “Life does not just get better by itself. It is not like flying in a plane through turbulence. It does not just improve if we fasten our seat belt and wait” (Khushboo Arora).


  1. “If we keep believing life will somehow automatically improve on its own, then we are going to waste many years of our life in a state of disappointment” (Khushboo Arora).


  1. “It’s up to us to decide how we want to be. We are the ones that determine the quality of our lives. It is not the people around us, our bosses, our teachers, the government, or anyone else” (Khushboo Arora).


  1. “If we are serious about being healthy, wealthy, successful, respected and loved, then we are going to have to do something about it” (Khushboo Arora).


  1. “No one is going to give us the life we dream about except we ourselves. Let us be our wake up call. Let’s take full control of our life, starting now” (Khushboo Arora).


  1. “We are all born with a chance to live a full and happy life. It’s up to us to use the resources the universe has given us – the ones we have right now within ourselves” (Khushboo Arora).


  1. “Would it not be amazing for every person on this earth to have a home, food, clothes, shoes, love? Can you imagine a world like that?” (Angel)


  1. “When did we stop caring?” (Angel).


  1. “Silence leads to understanding. Actions show more than words” (Livingvigorously).


  1. “We hide our aging through hair dye, facial treatment, and new styles. No matter what we do to ourselves to look younger, the date on our birth certificate will not go away” (Livingvigorously).


  1. “Every morning is a gift. As long as you are breathing, you have a choice on what kind of life you want to live…” (Livingvigorously).


  1. “I want to live in a better world. All of the hate, negativity, pain and neglect is becoming too much.  Were we always like this?” (Angel – thegirldish).


  1. “I have looked closely at the people who have got to the top in different fields. I now know as never before, that there is nothing that is as sure to take anyone to the top as the firm decision to get there, the determination to get there, faith in the sufficiency of your own God-given abilities to mobilize all the resources that are needed, faith in God’s availability to help you, hard work and persistence.”                                (Ngobesing Suh Romanus).


  1. “Those who lived here before us expressed thoughts that live on with us today and inspire us to go for greater dreams and achieve them. Some show us the path to travel or light the way for us. As we enjoy this wonderful gift, let us not forget to ask what we are leaving for those coming after us. Is our thought profound enough for our own words to have an impact on them as those of our forebears have on us?”      (Ngobesing Suh Romanus).

9 thoughts on “29 Quotes by Great Contemporary Writers no. 6.

    • I am happy about it. You see I took your advice and I am using some of the quotes in the posts I publish. It’s great. Working together we will give more value to the work of contemporary writers. Thank you Tommy.

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