A Quote by May Sarton on sin, sloth, contemplation, productivity, and value

"I always forget how important the empty days are, how important it may be sometimes not to expect to produce anything, even a few lines in a journal. A day when one has not pushed oneself to the limit seems a damaged damaging day, a sinful day. Not so! The most valuable thing one can do for the psyche, occasionally, is to let it rest, wander, live in the changing light of a room."

May Sarton

Source: Journal of a Solitude

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A Quote by Sumner M. Davenport on gratitude, self acceptance, and value

Living your life through Gratitude, is not one of comparing how you are better than someone else; or Gratitude only for what you own or obtain or achieve.

Living your life through Gratitude is seeing that the world would be missing something very unique and valuable if you were not in it.

Sumner M. Davenport

Source: The "G" Spot, the ecstasy of life through Gratitude

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A Quote by Sumner M. Davenport on blessings, attitude, gratitude, and value

Of the blessings you discover in your life, none are any greater than the other. Each has equal value in and of itself to be appreciated for what it is.

Sumner M. Davenport

Source: The "G" Spot, The Ecstasy of Life Through Gratitude, Pages: 65

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A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, culture, form, immediacy, modernity, consciousness, self-centeredness, wisdom, and value

Human cultures are all experiments in trying to find a form that will fit the matter of our immediacy; but it is absolutely not the case that all such experiments are of equal merit or value. Some cultures -- and modernity is patently one -- have managed to transmute consciousness into the "disease" that Nietzsche called it, the self-affliction of a self-centeredness that has purged itself of all vestiges of wisdom and value.

Kenneth Smith

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A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, life, christianity, eternity, value, commitment, and spirituality

What may be the significance of so many forms of "spirituality" on this planet that are antagonistic to "life" -- and Christianity at the head of that list, with its "calumny" against life, its faith that just because nothing in life is eternal therefore life itself contains no value, nothing that makes it worth living, investing our souls in, committing our consciences to?

Kenneth Smith

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A Quote by Nassim Nicholas Taleb on ceo, incentives, and value

A C.E.O.'s incentive is not to learn, because he's not paid on real value. He's paid on cosmetic value. So he's paid to be nice to the Merrill Lynch analysts or the Wall Street analysts. So this is where the problem starts.

Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Source: World According to ... Nassim Nicholas Taleb -

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A Quote by Stephen Shapiro on value


CHARGE MORE – Oscar Wilde once said, “A cynic knows the cost of everything and the value of nothing.” People equate value with price. Charge more and you will be valued more. Reducing prices makes you a commodity. Increasing prices makes you a luxury. Luxury items tend to do better in tough economic times.

Stephen Shapiro

Source: 7 Things You Can Do To Save Your Job… Or Create a New One:

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A Quote by Mr. on people, judgment, value, value judgment, shadings, words, connotations, individuals, groups, power, adjectives, and mr prophet

Words in general and adjectives in particular have power. It is a power that comes in degrees or shadings. People and even societies can make value judgments on others just by the shadings of the words they use. Weird, strange, different and unique are really just different shadings of the same word but evoke completely connotations when applied to individuals or groups of people.

Mr. Prophet

Source: Book: "The Path"

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A Quote by Nichiren Daishonin on heaven, buddah, soul, and value

"Flint has the potential to produce fire, and gems have intrinsic value.  We ordinary people can see neither our own eyelashes, which are so close, nor the heavens in the distance.  Likewise, we do not see that the Buddha exists in our own hearts." 

Nichiren Daishonin

Source: WND Writings of Nichiren Daishonin, 1137

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A Quote by Thomas J. "Tom" Peters on excellence, value, and customers

Excellence comes from human beings doing things of value that customers find memorable.

Tom Peters (1942 -)

Source: A Personal Top Ten Tom Quotes from London:

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