Arrow Pulled Backwards Quotes

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Remember an arrow can only be shot by pulling it backwards; so when you feel like life is dragging you down with difficulties, it simply means that it's going to launch you to something great. So just focus and keep aiming - Unknown
Megan Street (Well, This Is Growing Up)
Her attention was on the first knight, pulling back his bowstring, taking aim. She paused, sensed the wind and revised her aim, then let the arrow fly. I watched, as if in slow motion, as it shot across the space and split through the first knight's throat. But Lia was not done. She was already on one knee, squinting and taking aim at the second as he turned, spotting us. She let the next arrow fly, and the arrow struck him in the chest, driving him backward over the parapet wall. "Saints in heaven, I believe I'm in love," Luca growled, running past me, sword drawn.
Lisa Tawn Bergren
When your lover leaves .... Cupid is summoned to reclaim his arrow. And he must pull the barbed arrowhead out backwards through the raw flesh of your heart.
Kerry Cue (Forgotten Wisdom)
Do not allow another person to set you back. Continue moving forward not backwards. When someone pulls you back, be like the arrow to a bow and spring forth greater than ever. And, what they thought would be your disadvantage, you turn it into your advantage.
Amaka Imani Nkosazana
An arrow can only be shot by pulling it backward. So, when life is dragging you back, it means it's going to launch you into something awesome!
Garth Callaghan (Napkin Notes: Make Lunch Meaningful, Life Will Follow)
An arrow can only be shot by pulling it backward. When you feel like you are being dragged back by difficulties, it means that you are torqueing up to launch forward.” – ANONYMOUS
Gordon Tredgold (Leadership: It's a Marathon, Not a Sprint)
Eragon as he pulled back the bowstring and released it with a twang. With a puff of feathers, the crow fell over backward, the arrow protruding from its chest.
Christopher Paolini (Eragon (The Inheritance Cycle, #1))