Complaining

A Quote by Maya Angelou on change, positive, complaining, and attitude

If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude. Don't complain.

Maya Angelou (1928 -)

Contributed by: jodi

A Quote by Stefan Sagmeister on complaining, action, and letting go

Complaining is silly. Either act or forget.

Stefan Sagmeister

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Gourasana on meditation, control, complaining, god, senses, emotions, and people

Stop complaining. Take charge of your life. You need to control the mind and the senses - sharp, alert, awake. Focus your life on God by getting control of your senses. That loss of control of your senses means that you're not going to God. You control your mind with intelligence. Use your brain for control. Hardly anybody is controlling their mind and their emotions, hardly anybody. And because of this, most people are in chaos in one way or another in their lives.

Gourasana

Source: Modern-Day Meditation Guide Book by Jim St. James

Contributed by: Dhyan Salima

A Quote by Proverb on proverb, bark, caravan, and complaining

The Dog may bark, but the caravan moves on.

Proverb

Contributed by: mimi

A Quote by Douglas Adams on complaining, introduction, and humor

Radio Scripts Intro

I do enjoy having these little chats at the front of books. This is a complete lie, in fact. What actually happens is that you are battling away trying to finish, or at least start, a book you promised to deliver seven months ago, and faxes start arriving asking you if you could possibly write yet another short little introduction to a book that you clearly remember writing "The End" to in about 1981. It won't promises the fax, take you two minutes. Damn right it won't take you two minutes. It actually takes about thirteen hours and you miss another dinner party and your wife won't speak to you and the book gets so late that you start missing entire camping holidays in the Pyrenees and your wife won't talk to you, particularly since the camping holiday was your idea and not hers and she was only going on it because you wanted to and now she has to go and do it by herself when you know perfectly well that she hates camping. (So do I, incidentally. I am making this bit up). 

Douglas Adams

Source: The Salmon of Doubt: Hitchhiking the Galaxy One Last Time, Pages: 31

Contributed by: Gavin

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