Wise Quotes, Wisdom Sayings - Page 8
It takes courage to make people around you happy even if it seems they don’t deserve it.
Just walk straight ahead and never look back.
Fortitude is fortune.
Solitude is the most fertile land that yields the bumper crop of mind’s creativity.
If you hate the touch of monkey tail, don’t go to their dance.
When time for a monkey to die comes, every tree becomes slippery.
No matter how advanced a machine is, there’s a brain behind it’s creator. You do have a brain, don’t you?
In order to really hurt sometimes feelings, that person must really care about your opinion.
A wise man sees an opportunity of success and then invest. A fool will invest and then seek success.
You are wise until you think you have become wise.
Greatness comes not in possessing security, but in withstanding insecurity.
It is the moments we take for granted that make us who we are.
It’s okay if you call me an outcast. But just remember not to need my help for the rest of your life.
Arguing with an idiot makes you more of an idiot yourself!
One in the hand is worth two in the bush.
The more you understand yourself, the more you can control yourself.
- Dr T.P.Chia
One of the greatest accomplishments in any person’s life is if he can trust someone other than him wholeheartedly and sustain it faithfully all throughout his life. That’s a perfect example of the real success.
Every new dawn shows a new world for a clean slate.
If you have a black goat to chase, you should better do so before darkness falls.
When you are in light everything follows you but if you are darkness, even your shadow does not follow.
Whenever you follow a crowd, know that you are followed by no one.
Coins always make a sound but the currency notes are always silent, so when your value increases, keep yourself calm and silent.
Times change. Values don’t.
The fruits of tomorrow are in the seeds of today.
Not every question deserves an answer.
Some questions are better left unanswered.
Intelligence and knowledge are not as powerful as wisdom and grit.
- Dr T.P.Chia