Words matter. These are the best To Live By Quotes from famous people such as K. J. Yesudas, Mike Royko, Kendall Jenner, Craig Hatkoff, Johannes Tauler, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
You should be an example for your children. I show my three children what I am and expect them to live by certain controls. But, by the grace of god, they are good kids.
I never went to a John Wayne movie to find a philosophy to live by or to absorb a profound message. I went for the simple pleasure of spending a couple of hours seeing the bad guys lose.
My dad is my everything. He always had the craziest speeches for Kylie and me growing up, good words to live by.
I have always tried to live by the ‘awe principle.’ That is: Can I find awe, wonder and enchantment in the most mundane things conceivable?
Because in the school of the Spirit man learns wisdom through humility, knowledge by forgetting, how to speak by silence, how to live by dying.
We all want to help one another. Human beings are like that. We want to live by each other’s happiness, not by each other’s misery.
A rule to live by: I won’t use anything I can’t explain in five minutes.
Any one who wants to live in peace and freedom will be to live by toil, demonstration of high levels of discipline and tolerance for one another.
It is tough to live by myself.
I’ve been a novelist since 1995 and have had novels in and out of option, and watching that process just made me realize that I have to live by what I teach my students, because I teach screenwriting at Spellman.
When one begins to live by habit and by quotation, one has begun to stop living.
One of the greatest gifts God ever gave to humanity was that of liberty. We love freedom and bloom under it. We cannot and should not try to force people to live by a certain religious code. To do so negates our free will.
I would like to be remembered as a guy who had a set of priorities, and was willing to live by those priorities. In terms of accomplishments, my biggest accomplishment is that I kept the country safe amidst a real danger.
Religion in its humility restores man to his only dignity, the courage to live by grace.
To live by one man’s will becomes the cause of all misery.
I am not bound to win, but I am bound to be true. I am not bound to succeed, but I am bound to live by the light that I have. I must stand with anybody that stands right, and stand with him while he is right, and part with him when he goes wrong.
A woman needs to be put together more than a man. If she isn’t, she looks like she’s not up for the job. There’s a different standard. Those are the rules, and I have to live by them.
And that’s the great thing about living the Christian life and trying to live by faith, is you’re trying to get better every day. You’re trying to improve.
My off-the-field heroes, the people who gave me the values to live by and who inspired me with their hard work and unselfish dedication to their family, were my mom, Catherine, and my dad, William.
I try to live by the 80/20 rule – 80% clean, 20% cheat. During the week and while I train, I eat as clean as possible. But I always like myself a good cheat day, which includes a juicy burger.
I have always tried to live by the philosophy that when there is a big problem that needs fixing, you should run towards it, rather than away from it.
I think if you have an opportunity to live by example and make people aware of positive changes in our society, I think it’s a great thing.
We learn by practice. Whether it means to learn to dance by practicing dancing or to learn to live by practicing living, the principles are the same. One becomes in some area an athlete of God.
My mom taught me to live by the three p’s: to always be passionate, persistent, and prepared.
The original idea of being anonymous – it was a great, naive idea on paper in 2008, not knowing to what degree we’d be touring or to what extent this was going to be a professional operation. That regimen is very hard to live by. What I hadn’t foreseen was the fans and their willingness to embrace that and play along.
As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.
We try to live by the secret of sevens. A friend, who has been married for over 40 years, told us about this magic. Make and keep a date every seven days, take a night away alone, for yourself, every seven weeks, and schedule an adult-only vacation every seven months.
Thank God we have the example of Martin Luther King, Jr. People need role models. They need to see examples of people in peoples’ lives, and that’s why it’s so important not just to commemorate his life, but to study and try to live by the principles of that life.
What God wants is for us to live by His rules, resulting in the receiving of His blessing and power. When we as Christians, celebrating our differences, join together as the house of God representing the kingdom of God for the glory of God, we get the response of God to our presence in history.
I hope that I’ve been able to treat people with the respect they’ve shown me. That’s basically the tenet you try to live by. I haven’t been successful at it all my life, but that’s what I strive for.
I couldn’t handle the rules the Queen has to live by at all, and very few of us could. It’s a golden cage, really. You’re never alone in that role – you are always surrounded by security.
I know that many of you do wear such a cross of Christ, not in any ostentatious way, not in a way that might harm you at your work or recreation, but a simple indication that you value the role of Jesus Christ in the history of the world, that you are trying to live by Christ’s standards in your own daily life.
Our society is pluralistic. We who accept the privilege of membership in that society agree to respect the people’s right to live by their own religious precepts.