circumstances

A Quote by Jean Paul Richter on circumstances and good

Do not wait for extraordinary circumstances to do good; try to use ordinary situations.

Jean Paul Richter (1763 - 1825)

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A Quote by James Russell Miller on circumstances, experience, force, happiness, and trouble

If you will call your troubles experiences, and remember that every experience develops some latent force within you, you will grow vigorous and happy, however adverse your circumstances may seem to be.

James Russell Miller (1840 - 1912)

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A Quote by James R. Newman on circumstances and present

You are an extremely valuable, worthwhile, significant person even though your present circumstances may have you felling otherwise.

James R. Newman

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A Quote by James Allen on circumstances, idealism, perception, and travel

Your circumstances may be uncongenial, but they shall not long remain so if you but perceive an Ideal and strive to reach it. You can not travel within and stand still without.

James Allen (1864 - 1912)

Source: As A Man Thinketh

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A Quote by James Allen on bliss, circumstances, good, individuality, learning, suffering, thought, and world

The outer world or circumstance shapes itself to the inner world of thought, and both pleasant and unpleasant external conditions are factors which make for the ultimate good of the individual. As the reaper of his own harvest, man learns both by suffering and bliss.

James Allen (1864 - 1912)

Source: As A Man Thinketh

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A Quote by James Allen on belief, circumstances, creativity, good, life, men, and power

Man is buffeted by circumstances so long as he believes himself to be the creature of outside conditions, . . . but when he realizes that he is a creative power, and that he may command the hidden soil and seeds of his being out of which circumstances grow, he then becomes the rightful master of himself. Good thoughts bear good fruit, bad thoughts bear bad fruit. Let a man radically alter his thoughts, and he will be astonished at the rapid transformation it will effect in the material conditions of his life. Men do not attract that which they want, but that which they are.

James Allen (1864 - 1912)

Source: As A Man Thinketh

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A Quote by James Allen on circumstances, desires, fear, good, love, mind, opportunity, soul, and thought

The soul attracts that which it secretly harbors; that which it loves, and also that which it fears; it reaches the height of its cherished aspirations; it falls to the level of its unchastened desires. Every thought-seed sown or allowed to fall into the mind, and to take root there, produces its own, blossoming sooner or later into act, and bearing its own furtive of opportunity and circumstance. Good thoughts bear good fruit; bad thought, bad fruit.

James Allen (1864 - 1912)

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A Quote by James Allen on anxiety, circumstances, failure, heart, improvement, life, men, preparation, sacrifice, and wealth

Men are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves; they therefore remain bound. The man who does not shrink from self-crucifixion can never fail to accomplish the object upon which his heart is set. This is true of earthly as of heavenly things. Even the man whose object is to acquire wealth must be prepared to make great personal sacrifices before he can accomplish his object; and how much more so he who would realize a strong and well-poised life.

James Allen (1864 - 1912)

Source: As A Man Thinketh

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A Quote by James Allen on authors, circumstances, environment, and thought

Circumstance does not make the man; it reveals him to himself. Man, therefore, as the lord and master of thought, is the maker of himself, the shaper and author of environment.

James Allen (1864 - 1912)

Source: As A Man Thinketh

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A Quote by James Allen on circumstances

A man cannot directly chose his circumstances, but he can choose his thoughts, and so indirectly, yet surely, shape his circumstances.

James Allen (1864 - 1912)

Source: As A Man Thinketh

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