Belief Quotes and Sayings
Believe in yourselves. Believe in your capacity to do some good in this world. God sent us here for a purpose, and that was to improve the world in which we live. The wonderful thing is that we can do it.
- Gordon B. Hinckley
A belief which leaves no place for doubt is not a belief; it is a superstition.
- José Bergamín
Believing is easier than thinking. Hence so many more believers than thinkers.
Do not believe what you want to believe blindly. Do not do what you want to do impulsively.
- Dr T.P.Chia
Always Remember to take your Vitamins: Take your Vitamin A for ACTION, Vitamin B for Belief, Vitamin C for Confidence ,Vitamin D for Discipline, Vitamin E for Enthusiasm!!
Every man should believe in something.If not..he would doubt everything, even himself.
- Toba Beta
In love we often doubt what we most believe.
- François de La Rochefoucauld
Belief is not a superstition or a religious faith. It is what you think and believe with conviction but has room for doubt.
Your beliefs make what you are, and you may be a better or worse person, and you may succeed or fail in life, because of your beliefs.
Positive beliefs- – having a strong belief in yourself, good values and habits- – enlighten and empower your character.
Positive beliefs are a source of vision, confidence, determination and courage. If you strongly believe in your will and ability to succeed, you are likely to achieve success in life.
Negative beliefs- – lacking a strong belief in yourself, being ruled by bad values and habits- – pollute and worsen your character.
Negative beliefs are a source of shortsightedness, irresponsibility, irresoluteness and timidity. If you do not believe that you can create and control your future, you are unlikely to win in life.
Great men and successful people are products of their positive beliefs, good values and habits, and steadfast characters.
Wicked people and criminals are victims of their negative beliefs, bad values and habits, and defective characters.
The mind and heart believe what they want to believe, including religious and political beliefs, but they cannot escape the consequences of their beliefs.
Not all beliefs, secular or religious, are noble and true. Some beliefs are hijackers of reason, rationality, intelligence and logic, others are products of dogmatism, prejudices, biases or preference.
People often believe in something they do not know or understand, and are capable of believing in something imaginative, incomprehensive and inconceivable- – under the influence of religion.
People usually tend to cling to their beliefs until the price for believing them becomes too high, or until after they are victimized by their beliefs.
Many people change their beliefs as a result of their personal experiences, or social and cultural influences.
Some people are quick to change their beliefs which they think no longer serve them.
People often hypocritically profess their beliefs for personal interests, and many always do things that are inconsistent with their beliefs.
Beliefs have the power to change everyone’s life, but what people believe is not nearly as important as how they behave and live in life.
The best belief is living a life according to your positive beliefs, good values and habits, and the conscientious and ethical feelings of your heart.
Belief is visionary – you can see in your belief what the eye cannot see.
- Dr T.P.Chia
If you have a strong belief in yourself, as well as some positive beliefs about life, you are likely to be nicely rewarded.
- Dr T.P.Chia
Belief – secular or religious – could deceive you if your are not careful.
To believe in the conscientious, spiritual, and moral feelings of the heart is the best religion.
Most people are not inclined to do what they do believe is right and just.
Many people do not believe in fairness and justice and they have different ideas about fairness and justice.
Not all people are truly faithful to their beliefs, and many have hypocritically professed what they do not really believe.
Just because people are religious believers, it does not mean they must be ethical, moral and trustworthy.
Religious beliefs are increasingly losing their attraction in the minds of people around the world, and more people are becoming free- thinkers.