Pregnancy Motivational Quotes

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The circumstances surrounding your birth are not as important as the opportunity to live life.
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Lailah Gifty Akita (Think Great: Be Great! (Beautiful Quotes, #1))
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Enjoy the moment while waiting.
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Lailah Gifty Akita (Pearls of Wisdom: Great mind)
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Life is a miracle.
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Lailah Gifty Akita (Pearls of Wisdom: Great mind)
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Blessed is the womb that born you.
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Lailah Gifty Akita
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Blessed your mum, who carried you in a womb for nine months.
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Lailah Gifty Akita
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To lovers out there.... Pregnancy is the main reason why most couples are married today. Yet every day they ask themselves why they are not happily married, forgetting love was not the main reason for their marriage.
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De philosopher DJ Kyos
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Facta! Yes, Facta ficta! - A historian has to do, not with what actually happened, but only with events supposed to have happened: for only the latter have produced an effect. Likewise only with supposed heroes. His theme, so-called world history, is opinions about supposed actions and their supposed motives, which in turn give rise to further opinions and actions, the reality of which is however at once vaporised again and produces an effect only as vapour - a continual generation and pregnancy of phantoms over the impentetrable mist of unfathomable reality. All historians speak of things which have never existed except in imagination.
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Friedrich Nietzsche (Daybreak: Thoughts on the Prejudices of Morality)
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There is always a storm before a calm. There is always a darkness before daylight. There is always turbulence before quietness. There is always sacrifices before a great victory. There is always awaiting before a breakthrough. There is always prayer before an answer. There is always pain before joy. There is always failure before success. There is always pregnancy before the birth of new born baby.
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Lailah Gifty Akita
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The key trait of a Sperm Pirate is that she is not driven by desperation. Escaping poverty or hardship is not her motive. She usually has a good education and access to the same opportunities as the man she tries to trap. However, she understands that it is more efficient to enjoy a lavish lifestyle through the sweat of another’s labour. But the Sperm Pirate is acutely aware that the infatuation of a hormonal man has a brief shelf life. This poor collateral must be cashed in before it expires. A pregnancy is the best way to convert this volatile resource into a stable asset. Babies are reliable insurance policies. They create legal obligations for financial support, even when the sweet milk of passion turns sour.
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Taona Dumisani Chiveneko (The Hangman's Replacement: Sprout of Disruption)
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[God] tells the woman that she will now bring forth children in sorrow, and desire an unworthy, sometimes resentful man, who will in consequence lord her biological fate over her, permanently. What might this mean? It could just mean that God is a patriarchal tyrant, as politically motivated interpretations of the ancient story insist. I think it’sβ€”merely descriptive. Merely. And here is why: As human beings evolved, the brains that eventually gave rise to self-consciousness expanded tremendously. This produced an evolutionary arms race between fetal head and female pelvis.56 The female graciously widened her hips, almost to the point where running would no longer be possible. The baby, for his part, allowed himself to be born more than a year early, compared to other mammals of his size, and evolved a semi-collapsible head.57 This was and is a painful adjustment for both. The essentially fetal baby is almost completely dependent on his mother for everything during that first year. The programmability of his massive brain means that he must be trained until he is eighteen (or thirty) before being pushed out of the nest. This is to say nothing of the woman’s consequential pain in childbirth, and high risk of death for mother and infant alike. This all means that women pay a high price for pregnancy and child-rearing, particularly in the early stages, and that one of the inevitable consequences is increased dependence upon the sometimes unreliable and always problematic good graces of men.
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Jordan B. Peterson (12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos)
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The beauty of pregnancy is in the concealed revelation of a precious gift the future depends on.
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Wayne Chirisa
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The sacred time will define the sacred event.
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Lailah Gifty Akita (Think Great: Be Great! (Beautiful Quotes, #1))
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A new baby is a miraculous gift that brings great fulfilling pure joy.
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Wayne Chirisa
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If we born into the world, we must seek rebirth in the world.
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Lailah Gifty Akita