A.a. Inspirational Quotes

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You can't stay in your corner of the Forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.
A.A. Milne (Winnie-the-Pooh (Winnie-the-Pooh, #1))
People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.
A.A. Milne (Winnie-the-Pooh (Winnie-the-Pooh, #1))
And by and by Christopher Robin came to the end of things, and he was silent, and he sat there, looking out over the world, just wishing it wouldn't stop.
A.A. Milne (The House at Pooh Corner)
On Wednesday, when the sky is blue, and I have nothing else to do, I sometimes wonder if it's true That who is what and what is who." - Winnie-the-Pooh
A.A. Milne
I'm not afraid of dying. I'm afraid I'll never get a chance to live!
A.A. Bell (Diamond Eyes (Mira Chambers #1))
When I was One, I had just begun. When I was Two, I was nearly new. When I was Three I was hardly me. When I was Four, I was not much more. When I was Five, I was just alive. But now I am Six, I'm as clever as clever, So I think I'll be six now for ever and ever.
A.A. Milne (Now We Are Six (Winnie-the-Pooh, #4))
In this moment, I am euphoric. Not because of any phony god's blessings. But because, I am enlightened by my intelligence.
A.A. Lewis
You're braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think - Christopher Robin
A.A. Milne (Winnie-the-Pooh (Winnie-the-Pooh, #1))
And because the world is too big and time is too short and you only have one life to live, read!
A.A. Patawaran (Write Here Write Now: Standing at Attention Before My Imaginary Style Dictator)
Hallo, Pooh,” said Rabbit. “Hallo, Rabbit,” said Pooh dreamily. “Did you make that song up?” “Well, I sort of made it up,” said Pooh. “It isn’t Brain,” he went on humbly, “because You Know Why, Rabbit; but it comes to me sometimes.” “Ah!” said Rabbit, who never let things come to him, but always went and fetched them.
A.A. Milne (The House at Pooh Corner (Winnie-the-Pooh, #2))
I didn't wait for Luck. I raced after it with a truck.
A.A. Bell (Diamond Eyes (Mira Chambers #1))
Reality is not a limiting factor
A.A. Freda
I didn't wait for Luck. I tore after it with a truck.
A.A. Bell (Diamond Eyes (Mira Chambers #1))
You are BRAVER than you believe, and STRONGER than you seem, and SMARTER than you think
A.A. Milne
The wind was against them now, and Piglet's ears streamed behind him like banners as he fought his way along, and it seemed hours before he got them into the shelter of the Hundred Acre Wood and they stood up straight again, to listen, a little nervously, to the roaring of the gale among the treetops. 'Supposing a tree fell down, Pooh, when we were underneath it?' 'Supposing it didn't,' said Pooh after careful thought.
Milne, A. A.
Nowhere can I think so happily as in a train. I am not inspired; nothing so uncomfortable as that. I am never seized with a sudden idea for a masterpiece, nor form a sudden plan for some new enterprise. My thoughts are just pleasantly reflective. I think of all the good deeds I have done, and (when these give out) of all the good deeds I am going to do. I look out of the window and say lazily to myself, “How jolly to live there”; and a little farther on, “How jolly not to live there.” I see a cow, and I wonder what it is like to be a cow, and I wonder whether the cow wonders what it is to be like me; and perhaps, by this time, we have passed on to a sheep, and I wonder if it is more fun being a sheep. My mind wanders on in a way which would annoy Pelman a good deal, but it wanders on quite happily, and the “clankety-clank” of the train adds a very soothing accompaniment. So soothing, indeed, that at any moment I can close my eyes and pass into a pleasant state of sleep.
A.A. Milne
Any man who doesn’t ask to be paid what he’s worth is probably not worth paying,
A.A. Freda (Goodbye, Rudy Kazoody)
It is difficult to have faith when our hearts are consumed by fear, but it is when we are afraid that we need to hang onto our faith the most.
A.A. Frias (The Heaven Corporation (the heaven corporation, #1))
He inspired uneasiness. That was it! Uneasiness. Not a definite mistrust—just uneasiness—nothing more. You have no idea how effective such a... a... faculty can be.
Joseph Conrad (Heart of Darkness)
For myself I have now no faith in miraculous conception. I have given it every chance. I have spent many mornings at Lord’s hoping that inspiration would come, many days on golf courses; I have even gone to sleep in the afternoon, in case inspiration cared to take me by surprise. In vain. The only way I can get an "idea" is to sit at my desk and dredge for it. This is the real labour of authorship with which no other labour in the world is comparable.
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A Christian has no right to separate his life into two realms... to say the Bible is good for Sunday, but this is a week-day question, or the Scriptures are right in matters of religion, but this is a matter of business or politics. God reigns over all, everywhere. His will is the supreme law. His inspired Word, loyally read will inform us of His will in every relation and act of life, secular as well as religious; and the man is a traitor who refuses to walk therein with scrupulous care. The kingdom of God includes all sides of human life, and it is a kingdom of absolute righteousness. You are wither a loyal subject, or a traitor. When the King comes, how will He find you doing?
Archibald Alexander Hodge
a particularly American ability to come up with consistently dreadful names for new things. Just as there is an inspiring national talent to invent stuff and to think forward, so there is an equal and opposite imaginative black hole when it comes to naming the stuff: the conflation and truncation of words, adding extraneous vowels and hyphens to the portmanteau.
A.A. Gill (To America with Love)
He narrowed his eyes at me, pushed out of the booth and stomped over to the cash desk where Ash had returned and was playing a game on his mobile phone. "Sorry, sir," he echoed, dead-pan, and then added: "She is the owner." He dropped his voice to a stage whisper. "And she's righ' crazy, so I wouldn't mess with her. She stabbed someone with a plastic fork just last week." "A--a plastic fork?" the man said, looking over at me nervously. "Yeah, and you would not believe the mess. A carving knife woulda made cleaner work of it." The man slapped a few coins on the counter near the cash and, clutching the remains of his paper, dashed out the door. "Thanks, Ash," I said, absently. "No probs," he said. "Chasing zombies on my phone--fair inspirational, aye?
K.C. Dyer
Sedikit Pengertian, sedikit Perhatian untuk Orang Lain, akan membuat perubahan besar.
A.A. Milne (Winnie the Pooh)
November 1 SINGING YOUR OWN PRAISES “Piglet noticed that even though he had a Very Small Heart, it could hold a rather large amount of Gratitude.” —A. A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh As an introvert, you might have grown up feeling anything but grateful for your personality. You tried to cure your introversion by mimicking extroverted behavior. Of course, this didn’t work because you can’t fix what isn’t broken. You are an introvert. You like people, but sometimes you like your alone time more. You think deeply and choose your words carefully. You enjoy different pastimes than the extrovert down the street. None of this makes you a bad person. In fact, there are billions of other people who share your preferences. So, let’s try a different approach, shall we? Let’s try on a little self-acceptance for size. Instead of trying to fix or cure, let’s celebrate our strengths. For the longest time, I saw my quietness as a fatal flaw, a sign that I was not friendly or feminine enough. Now, I see it as just another piece of the intricate mosaic that is my personality. Alongside my quietness, there is also intuition, wisdom, and an ability to read between the lines. Sure, I speak slowly and pause often, but I am singing on the inside. Those who matter can hear my silent song. This month’s entries will help you to see the beauty in your introverted nature and guide you toward singing your own praises (quietly, of course).
Michaela Chung (The Year of the Introvert: A Journal of Daily Inspiration for the Inwardly Inclined)
Celebrities and politicians telling millions of unemployed people to donate money as they hawk products and beg for political contributions does not inspire charitable thoughts.
C.A.A. Savastano
It doesn't matter where you are at in life. All that matters is getting where you want to be.
A.A. Woodall
I know that it is dangerous. I also know that it is right.
A.A. Frias (The Heaven Corporation (the heaven corporation, #1))
When things go bad, never ask, why me? Because the answer is always the same. Why not you?
A.A. Freda (A Police Action)
When you wake up in the morning, Pooh,” said Piglet at last, “What’s the first thing you say to yourself?” “What’s for breakfast?” said Pooh. “What do you say, Piglet?” “I say, I wonder what’s going to happen exciting today?” said Piglet. Pooh nodded thoughtfully. “It’s the same thing,” he said. —A. A. Milne
Karen Amster-Young (The 52 Weeks: How Two Women Got Unstuck, Got Inspired, and Got Going, and How You Can Too!)
is a sequence of little-known research languages developed at Bell Labs, all inspired by the concept of communicating sequential processes (CSP) from Tony Hoare’s seminal 1978 paper on the foundations of concurrency. In CSP, a program is a parallel composition of processes that have no shared state; the processes communicate and synchronize using channels. But Hoare’s CSP was a formal language for describing the fundamental concepts of concurrency, not a programming language for writing executable programs.
Alan A.A. Donovan (The Go Programming Language)
For chickens do fly; believe and try.
F. Bint A.A.