Moving on is a courageous and transformative process that allows us to release the past, heal our hearts, and embrace the possibilities of the future. It is a journey of self-discovery, growth, and resilience. In this article, we explore the empowering path of moving on and present a collection of inspiring quotes that offer solace, encouragement, and guidance as we navigate life’s transitions.
Moving on does not mean forgetting or erasing the past; it means acknowledging our experiences, finding strength in them, and choosing to create a better tomorrow. It requires letting go of what no longer serves us, forgiving ourselves and others, and opening our hearts to new beginnings. It is a testament to our resilience and our belief in the power of healing and personal growth.
Moving On Quotes: Empowering Steps Towards a Brighter Future
Throughout history, writers, philosophers, and individuals who have walked the path of moving on have shared their insights and wisdom. Their words resonate with the universal experiences of heartbreak, loss, and the courage it takes to move forward. Below, we present a collection of moving on quotes that inspire strength, resilience, and a renewed sense of hope.
Time takes away the grief of men.
Don’t dwell on what went wrong. Instead, focus on what to do next. Spend your energies on moving forward toward finding the answer.
Part of the healing process is sharing with other people who care.
I started life washing cars in Canada before moving on to selling life insurance and vacuum cleaners. Later, I went through a programme by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, which literally changed my life. It was the turning point.
I actually think sadness and darkness can be very beautiful and healing.
Not fighting, avoiding talking to fans… that’s when the thoughts creep in about retiring and moving on to something else.
Like anyone who goes to college, you’re leaving a familiar surrounding and a comfortable environment and your friends and everything, and you’re starting fresh. It can be pretty daunting.
Everywhere across whatever sorrows of which our life is woven, some radiant joy will gaily flash past.
I can see that if this was an album done 10 or 15 years ago we could see we were moving on to some place else.
So I won an Oscar. It’s amazing. I’ve got that for the rest of my life for a performance I am proud of. It nearly killed me. I am really proud of the film. That’s it, moving on.
I love to fight, and I’m looking forward to being back in the ring, getting the victory, and moving on to challenge for the World Heavyweight title.
Friendship is certainly the finest balm for the pangs of disappointed love.
Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life and repeat to yourself, the most comforting words of all; this, too, shall pass.
It’s weird that I’m putting my old green and gold jersey, and I’m moving on to the cardinal and white. I’m a Stanford Cardinal.
After doing ‘Firefly’ and moving on, I always wanted to be part of a series again. I love doing films, too, but there’s just something special about being part of the team and feeling like you’re actually a part of the family, and I always look to re-create that.
I like to edit my sentences as I write them. I rearrange a sentence many times before moving on to the next one. For me, that editing process feels like a form of play, like a puzzle that needs solving, and it’s one of the most satisfying parts of writing.
Karen Thompson Walker
In the world of opinion writing, there’s something called the ‘to be sure’ paragraph. A sort of rhetorical antibiotic, it seeks to defend against critics by injecting a tiny bit of counter-argument before moving on with the main point.
I know people who grow old and bitter. I want to keep making a fresh start. I don’t want them to defeat me. That would be suicidal.
With more than 67 percent of the Nation’s freight moving on highways, economists believe that our ability to compete internationally is tied to the quality of our infrastructure.
I can’t go on. I’ll go on.
Take those chances and you can achieve greatness, whereas if you go conservative, you’ll never know. I truly believe what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Even if you fail, learning and moving on is sometimes the best thing.
You build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. Close the door on the past. You don’t try to forget the mistakes, but you don’t dwell on it. You don’t let it have any of your energy, or any of your time, or any of your space.
You need to have a short-term memory. That’s a big thing that I learned a lot. Moving on from games, even good games that I have. Move on from them and be prepared for the next night.
Feeling sorry for ourselves is the most useless waste of energy on the planet. It does absolutely no good. We can’t let our circumstances or what others do or don’t do control us. We can decide to be happy regardless.
If I want to pad the record, just fight pretenders, get a quick paycheck and keep moving on and racking up wins, that’s not something I want to be known for.
Getting over someone is a grieving process. You mourn the loss of the relationship, and that’s only expedited by ‘Out of sight, out of mind.’ But when you walk outside and see them on a billboard or on TV or on the cover of a magazine, it reopens the wound. It’s a high-class problem, but it’s real.
Part of growing up is just taking what you learn from that and moving on and not taking it to heart.
Well I certainly have learned and I hope I’m moving on and certainly two years of prison was a terrible punishment.
Any time you end a relationship, and everyone has ended plenty in their life, it’s always a tough thing and hard to get over.
Laughter, and the broader category of humor, are key elements in helping us go on with our life after a loss.
I do a good job of staying positive and just moving on.
Some games you going to play great. Some games you’re not. So, it’s all about moving on to the next game, next possession. Just come in there every day working, figuring out what you got to work on and see what you did wrong in either in the last game or the last season or whatever.
I have made many decisions that I probably shouldn’t have made, but life is about making mistakes, learning and moving on.
Late August still feels like summer here in the Ozarks, but it is the time of year the nighthawks are moving on to their South American wintering grounds.
Part of the game is moving on. And you do.
Healing yourself is connected with healing others.
Patience is key for getting over a breakup. That, and trailing off your interaction after the breakup.
I’ve always believed that if you don’t stay moving, they will throw dirt on you.
Man maintains his balance, poise, and sense of security only as he is moving forward.
There will always be excuses, arguments, and questions of timing when moving on difficult and controversial issues.
Recovery begins from the darkest moment.
I can relate to having those people in your life that you feel are moving on to this great, big, normal life and you’re like, ‘What’s wrong with me?’
Grief is in two parts. The first is loss. The second is the remaking of life.
A lot of people say they want to get out of pain, and I’m sure that’s true, but they aren’t willing to make healing a high priority. They aren’t willing to look inside to see the source of their pain in order to deal with it.
Who can’t relate to the idea of leaving one chapter behind and moving on to the next?
I started running to different albums, and I was starting with the short albums and moving on to the longer albums. I was interested in how they built up, in tempo and intensity. it made me interested in albums again, too.
Many of us are experiencing a phase of change, shedding outdated patterns and liberating ourselves from the old by moving on to the new. The year 2012 is an important one for mankind, a pivotal year. The potential for this exists in the mere fact that the majority of us are yearning for change.
The problem is that when we speak of plan Bs, we already negate the possibility of moving on with plan A.
The themes in ‘Violet’ are universal: accepting yourself with all of your flaws, moving on, and the forgiveness and freedom that comes along with that.
Forget the past.
I could be shooting myself in the foot, but in some ways, I feel I’ve said all I’ve needed to say when to comes to, say, the ‘X-Men.’ I think I’ve hit the bright points, I think I’ve hit what I wanted to hit, and I can be happy moving on doing other things.
We are healed from suffering only by experiencing it to the full.
I tell you the past is a bucket of ashes, so live not in your yesterdays, no just for tomorrow, but in the here and now. Keep moving and forget the post mortems; and remember, no one can get the jump on the future.
But you know, if you live an affluent lifestyle, there are all types of trappings that are there that you have to be cognizant of, and you’ve got to try and communicate freely and gain understanding about and then keep moving on, because you know, sometimes lifestyles are chosen for us as opposed to us choosing them.
What’s that line from TS Eliot? To arrive at the place where you started, but to know it for the first time. I’m able to write about a breakup from a different place. Same brokenness. Same rock-bottom. But a little more informed, now I’m older. Thank God for growing up.