Everyone Has A Story Quotes by Kim Smith, Neil LaBute, Nick Flynn, Deepika Padukone, Richard Branson, Jeanette Winterson and many others.
I love meeting new people; I think everyone has a story to tell. We should all listen sometimes.
Everyone has a story.
Perhaps everyone has a story that could break your heart.
When you look at a person, any person, everyone has a story. Everyone has gone through something that has changed their life. Anxiety, depression and panic attacks are not signs of weakness. They are signs of trying to remain strong for way too long.
There is no such thing as a boring person: everyone has stories and insights worth sharing. While on the road, we let our phones or laptops take up our attention. By doing that, we might miss out on the chance to learn and absorb ideas and inspiration from an unexpected source: our fellow travelers.
Words like passion and ecstasy, we learn them but they stay flat on the page. Sometimes we try to turn them over, find out what’s on the other side, and everyone has a story to tell os a woman or a brothel or an opium night or a war. We fear it. We fear passion and laugh at too much love and those who love too much.
Everyone has a story, and the story changes, and the more I can root into the truth of things – it’s so hard – I don’t think anyone ever really puts it all together. But somewhere along the way it all became fused.
Everyone has a story; everyone hides his past as a means of self-preservation. Some just do it better, and more thoroughly, than others.
There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.
Everyone has a story that makes me stronger. I know that the work I do is important and I enjoy it, but it is nice to hear the feedback of what we do to inspire others.
Everyone has a story, the air is full of stories. The creative process is mysterious, I don’t know why it is that suddenly a theme will take hold of me and refuse to leave me in peace until I investigate it and write it.
Everyone has a story. I don’t believer anyone can go through life without encountering at least one amazing thing.