Quotes-day-April 23

Quotes-day-April 23 – will bring good luck and provide an opportunity to start the morning with a good mood. Every day our lives are full of events and memories. All you need is to choose a quote and use its wisdom. I wish you a good day. See the best Quotes of the Day-April 23 – don’t forget to share useful information with friends. Life wisdom quotes lifewisdomquotes.com every day.

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Quotes-Day-April 23

Quotes-day-April 23, universe

1. 1. Everything has been figured out except how to live.

– Jean-Paul Sartre

2. I want my life to be mystifying, she declared, although she didn’t know what she meant.

– Sonya Hartnett, The Ghost’s Child

3. Has it ever struck you that life is all memory, except for the one present moment that goes by you so quick you hardly catch it going?

– Tennessee Williams
Quotes-day-April 23, relationship

4. It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.

– William Blake

5. In life we stumble across a lot of things and people who we believe are irreplaceable. But nothing really is irreplaceable until we ensure so. It’s all about what we really want.

– Mansi Soni

6. Don’t expect too much from others because people behave according to their perspective, not yours. Accept people as they are and avoid controlling them, only then they will give you their best.

– Hina Hashmi

7. If something’s existence is contingent upon the existence of another entity, can we truthfully call them separate beings.

– Chris Matakas

8. The only love you have to prove in life is your love of God and helping others. Anyone that can’t see that has proven themselves to be unworthy of your time because why would you spend your life with someone that can’t tell the difference between a diamond and dirt.

– Shannon L. Alder (Quotes-day-April 23)

Quote of the Day April 23

Quotes-day-April 23, prayer

God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.

– Reinhold Niebuhr