People In Our Lives Quotes by Marshall Sylver, Marcel Proust, Suzanne LaFleur, C. S. Lewis, Jamie Ford, Ryan Seacrest and many others.
You must recognize that we train the people in our lives how to treat us.
Let us be grateful to people who make us happy.
We have plenty of room for people…in our lives, I mean. Especially the ones who make us be the people we want to be.
We meet no ordinary people in our lives.
There are people in our lives whom we love, and lose, and unfailingly long for. They orbit our hearts like Halley’s Comet, crossing into our universe only once, or if we are lucky, twice in a lifetime.
We meet no ordinary people in our lives. If you give them a chance, everyone has something amazing to offer.
Books can change your life. Some of the most influential people in our lives are characters we meet in books.
We all make deals with ourselves when it comes to the difficult people in our lives.
As we struggle with shopping lists and invitations, compounded by December’s bad weather, it is good to be reminded that there are people in our lives who are worth this aggravation, and people to whom we are worth the same.
The only way we know we love ourselves and the people in our life is by the agreements we are willing to make and keep
The important people in our lives leave imprints. They may stay or go in the physical realm, but they are always there in your heart, because they helped form your heart. There’s no getting over that.
God puts people in our lives on purpose so we can help them succeed and help them become all He created them to be. Most people will not reach their full potential without somebody else believing in them.
Everyone seems to have a clear idea of how other people should lead their lives, but none about his or her own.
As parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts we need to start getting out into nature with the young people in our lives. Families play a key role in getting kids outside.
Our focus must be on what we need to change about ourselves-our attitudes, our words, our actions-even if our circumstances and the other people in our lives remain the same.
The marriages come and go but your friendships stay, which is the opposite of what it used to be, so that there will be people in our lives for 30 years and often it is not your husband, it’s your women friends, male friends with whom you come of age.
Through words we come to know the other person–and to be known. This knowing is at the heart of our deepest longings for intimacy and connection with others. How relationships unfold with the most important people in our lives depends on courage and clarity in finding voice.