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I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.
Jimmy Dean
I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.
Jimmy Dean
I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination. ‘’Jimmy Dean
Benjamin Smith (MINDSET: How Positive Thinking Will Set You Free & Help You Achieve Massive Success In Life)
The seasons change to teach us the very inevitability of change. Our duty is to adjust our sails and flow with the current of change – adjust and learn, adapt and modify to the newness that life presents from time to time.
Sanchita Pandey (Lessons from My Garden)
You must navigate by means of your own natural compass." "And if my compass is broken?" "Then you must learn to compensate. Sail a little crooked, make adjustments, but you must set your own course, or the journey is meaningless." (page 357)
Kathleen Tessaro (Rare Objects)
I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination - Jimmy Dean
Karl Moore (The 18 Rules of Happiness: How to Be Happy)
There will be many moments in life when you have to fight your battles singlehandedly, with your courage and faith in the creator as your guiding spirit. It is in moments like thee that you really grow s a person, especially in your own eyes. And the accompanying sense of bliss is unparalleled. You know no one can shake your confidence any more, as you survived the storm on your own. Furthermore this deepens your faith in the Almighty, and you begin to see his wisdom, the way he has planned your destiny. As humans we can never question God. Why did this happen to me? All we can and should do, is to adjust our sails skillfully to face the storms of life and rise to every occasion to the best of our capabilities. For me it was my abiding spirituality that pulled me time and again out of the various storms that kept coming, ever since I got married. My belief in myself and spirituality got me out of the tsunamis, and I thank the Almighty for holding my hand in every moment of distress and bewilderment.
Aabha Rosy Vatsa (THE GIFT OF LIFE : An Autobiography)
Kestrel had forgotten. She had thought that she remembered only too well the lines of his face. The restless quality to how he would stand still. The way he looked fully into her eyes as if each glance was an irrevocable choice. Her blood felt laced with black powder. How could she have forgotten what it was like to burn on a fuse before him? He looked at her, and she knew that she had remembered nothing at all. “I can’t be seen with you,” she said. Arin’s eyes flashed. He raked the curtain shut behind him. The closed-off balcony became deeply dark. “Better?” he said. Kestrel backed away until the heel of her shoe met the balustrade and her bare shoulder blades touched the glass. The air had changed. It was warm now. And scented, strangely, with brine. “The sea,” she managed to say. “You came by sea.” “It seemed wiser than riding my horse to death through the mountains.” “My horse.” “If you want Javelin, come home and claim him.” She shook her head. “I can’t believe you sailed here.” “Technically, the ship’s captain did, cursing me the entire time. Except when I got sick. Then he just laughed.” “I thought you weren’t coming.” “I changed my mind.” Arin came to lean against the balustrade beside her. It was too much. He was too close. “I’ll thank you to keep your distance.” “Ah, the empress speaks. Well, I must obey.” Yet he didn’t move except to turn his head toward her. Light from the curtain’s seam cut a thin line down his cheek in a bright scar. “I saw you. With the prince. He seems bitter medicine to swallow, even for the sweets of the empire.” “You know nothing of him.” “I know you helped him cheat. Yes, I watched you. I saw you play at Borderlands. Others might not have noticed, but I know you.” His voice grew rough. “Gods, how can you respect someone like that? You’ll make a fool of him.” “I wouldn’t.” “You’re a bad liar.” “I won’t.” Arin went quiet. “Maybe you won’t mean to.” He edged away, and that line of light no longer touched him. His form was pure shadow. But her sight had adjusted, and she saw him tip his head back against the window. “Kestrel…” An emotion clamped down on her heart. It squeezed her into a terrible silence. But he said nothing after that, only her name, as if her name were not a name but a question. Or perhaps that wasn’t how he had said it, and she was wrong, and she’d heard a question simply because the sound of him speaking her name made her wish that she were his answer. Something was tugging inside her. It yanked at her soul. Tell him, that part of her said. He needs to know. Yet those words had a quality of horror to them. Her mind was sluggish to understand why, so caught it was in the temptation to tell Arin that her engagement had been the bargain for Herran’s freedom.
Marie Rutkoski (The Winner's Crime (The Winner's Trilogy, #2))
The best preparation of tomorrow is a doing your best today. Your work is going to fill a large part of your life. The only way to do great work is to love what you do. I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to reach my destination. Today I choose life.
Aesha K. Shah
I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination. ‘’Jimmy
Benjamin Smith (MINDSET: How Positive Thinking Will Set You Free & Help You Achieve Massive Success In Life)