appreciation

A Quote by Kakuzo Okakura on teaism, life, appreciation, humbleness, details, japan, and spirit

For life is an expression, our unconscious actions the constant betrayal of our innermost thought. Perhaps we reveal ourselves too much in small things because we have so little of the great to conceal. The tiny incidents of daily rouitine are as much a commentary of racial ideas as the highest flight of philosophy or poetry.

Kakuzo Okakura (1862 - 1913)

Source: The Book of Tea

Contributed by: Laurens

A Quote by Robert Louis Stevenson on life, priorities, appreciation, and path

The best things in life are nearest. Breath in your nostrils, light in your eyes, flowers at your feet, duties at your hand, the path of right before you.

Robert Louis Stevenson (1850 - 1894)

Contributed by: li'l p

A Quote by Luther Lotz on pain, opportunity, heart ache, motivation, love, and appreciation

Thanks for ripping my heart out. After the initial pain of removal subdued, I noticed that it got a chance to breathe new air. Now that I took it back and placed it back in, it works better than ever. -- ahhhhh

Luther Lotz

Contributed by: Luther

A Quote by .ice cream. on art, learning, thanks, and appreciation

Every good art teacher I've had has made me hate them at one point or another. I later thanked them for it.

Jessie

Contributed by: .ice cream.

A Quote by Harry Palmer on appreciation

Appreciation is a combination of understanding, quiet amazement, and gratitude.  Appreciating something permits its experience and integration. 

The only things that burden or define us are those things that are not appreciated.  In the presence of appreciation, desire and resistance transform into knowledge.

Harry Palmer

Source: Love Precious Humanity: The Collected Wisdom Of Harry Palmer

Contributed by: Sean

A Quote by Leo F. Buscaglia on love, joy, hope, work, growth, expression, exaltation, knowledge, appreciation, reward, gratitude, and loving

Man has not yet learned to work for the joy of work, learn for the sake of growth, create for the expression and the exaltation in the act, or to love simply for the pleasure of loving: he still requires a reward. Until a man learns to do these things, hope will have to be his basic motivating force. In work, he'll require more wages and better titles; in knowledge, he'll require degrees and diplomas; in creativity, he'll require recognition; in love, he'll require assurance. Until he appreciates that each of these are their own reward, he'll need hope as his crutch. There is nothing wrong with hope; it is simply the second best thing. For love goes beyond hope. Hope is a beginning. Love is forever.

Leo F. Buscaglia

Source: Love : What Life Is All About, Pages: 124

Contributed by: Joy Bringer

A Quote by Sanaya Roman on joy, gratitude, compassion, state, higher self, attitude, love, presence, appreciation, connection, feeling, give, receive, ability, freedom, and joyful

Joy is an attitude; it is the presence of love - for self and others. It comes from a feeling of inner peace, the ability to give and receive, and appreciation of the self and others. It is a state of gratitude and compassion, a feeling of connection to your higher self.

Sanaya Roman

Source: Living With Joy: Keys to Personal Power and Spiritual Transformation (Earth Life Series, Book I), Pages: 11

Contributed by: Joy Bringer

A Quote by Confucius on ability, appreciation, failure, and trouble

It is not the failure of others to appreciate your abilities that should trouble you, but rather your failure to appreciate theirs.

Confucius (c. 551 - c. 479 BC)

Source: The Analects

Contributed by: Zaady

A Quote by Wayne Dyer on appreciation, learning, life, motivation, and work

Deficiency motivation doesn't work. It will lead to a life-long pursuit of try to fix me. Learn to appreciate what you have and where and who you are.

Wayne Dyer

Contributed by: Zaady

A Quote by Denis Waitley on appreciation, health, and time

Time And health are two precious assets that we don't recognize and appreciate until they have been depleted.

Denis Waitley

Contributed by: Zaady

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