Ad Code



20 Powerful Reflection Phrases to Help You Grow

 20 Powerful Reflection Phrases to Help You Grow

Life is one of the topics most thinkers have thought about, because even the purpose of existence itself is a mystery. What do we say about her then?
Below is a list of phrases and reflections on life, by all kinds of authors, thinkers, and celebrities, that will make you think.

1. Everyone tries to do something big, without realizing that life is made up of little things.
We start with a date by Frank Clark, who reminds us that the best things in life are the little things in everyday life that make us enjoy.

2. Isn't life a hundred times shorter to get bored?
Friedrich Nietzsche leaves us with this phrase "Life is short and beautiful", in which he tells us that life is too short to be bored.

3. Life is wonderful: you just have to look at it through the right glasses.
Life sometimes depends on how we experience it, according to this reflection on the life of French writer Alejandro Dumas.

4. There are two ways to see life: one is to believe that there are no miracles, and the other is to believe that everything is a miracle.
Albert Einstein leaves us with this deep reflection on life and the way we understand and explain the phenomena that occur in it.

5. Do you love life? Well, do not waste time, because it is the material from which it is made. Benjamin Franklin
Life is after all the time that passes, so Benjamin Franklin invites us with this phrase to take the advantage of the time to live it.

6. Life is not measured by the times you breathe, but the moments that make you hold your breath.
These are the moments worth living for. This beautiful phrase of life appears in the movie "Obstacle".

7. Don't take life too seriously. You won't leave her alive.
Elbert Hubbard leaves us with this interesting and successful reflection on life, which invites us to take things differently.

8. We spend a lot of time making a living, but not living it.
Do we work to live or live to the work? Teresa of Calcutta reflects on this phrase about life and what we spend it on.

9. Do not count days, make days count.
One of the most inspiring short phrases in the life is this quote from the legendary boxer Muhammad Ali.

10. Remember that you are as good as best thing you have ever done in your life.
This phrase belongs to the great director and screenwriter Billy Wilder, who was certainly good at his job.

11. If you want to move on, stop reading last chapter of your life and start writing the next.
An anonymous phrase that invites us to move on with our lives and not stagnate in the past

12. Life is very simple, but we insist on making it more complicated.
A short, simple, yet powerful reflection on the thinker of Confucius

13. Five minutes is enough to the dream for a lifetime that is the relative time.
Another beautiful quote from life by Uruguayan writer and poet Mario Benedetti

14. Life is not a matter of laughter, but can you imagine living without laughter?
A curious and subtle reflection on life corresponds to the Ukrainian writer Leonid S. Sukhorukov.

15. Let us perform the task of living in such a way that we will feel it even when we die.
Mark Twain's phrase that invites you to live fully in generosity

16. We must live and work, at all the times, as if we had eternity before us.
Contrary to the phrases that invite us to live each day as our last, it encourages us to take our lives as if we had all the time in the world. It belongs to playwright and the philosopher Gabriel Marcel.

17. Life is a play. It does not matter how long it lasts, but how well it's played.
The Greeks used to compare life with play; evidence of this is Seneca's phrase about life.

18. Not being dead does not mean he is alive.
Being alive is much more than being, because it also means making use of life and what it gives us, as E.E. Cummings explains in this sentence.

19. In the end, it isn't the years in our life that count, but the life in our years.
No matter how many years you live, the important thing is that you live them well, as Abraham Lincoln reminds us in this sentence.

20. Life is a tragedy when seen in the foreground, but in general it becomes a comedy.
This phrase belongs to Charles Chaplin, with a reflection who also knew how to take a very good picture in his films.

Post a Comment