43 Greatest Quotes About Events

I'm really disappointed at every event if I don't do less than what I wanted to do. Shaun White
Beware of my partisanship, my mistakes of fact and the distortion inevitably caused by my having seen only one corner of events. George Orwell
Don't seek to have events happen as you wish, but wish them to happen as they do happen, and all will be well with you. Epictetus
A wedding is and event, but marriage is a life. Myles Munroe
It's not the events of our lives that shape us, but our beliefs as to what those events mean. Tony Robbins
Reform is a process, and not an event. Kofi Annan
I'm grateful for always this moment, the now, no matter what form it takes. Eckhart Tolle
She knows herself to be at the mercy of events, and she knows by now that events have no mercy. Margaret Atwood
A single event can awaken within us a stranger totally unknown to us. Antoine de Saint-Exupery
I dread the events of the future, not in themselves but in their results. Edgar Allan Poe
Failure is an event, not a person. You are NOT a failure! Craig Groeschel
Keep the pressure on, with different tactics and actions, and utilize all events of the period for your purpose. Saul Alinsky
Great events make me quiet and calm; it is only trifles that irritate my nerves. Queen Victoria
Neither current events nor history show that the majority rule, or ever did rule. Jefferson Davis
We cannot make events. Our business is wisely to improve them. Samuel Adams
It is both humiliating and humbling to discover that a single generation after the events that constructed me as a public personality, I am remembered as a hairdo. Angela Davis
I began to look at all events and all things as relevant, an opportunity to take or avoid. Amy Tan
After the event, even a fool is wise. Homer
One of the extraordinary things about human events is that the unthinkable becomes thinkable. Salman Rushdie
Pain is an event. It happens to you, and you deal with it in whatever way you can. Hugh Laurie
Healing requires taking action-it is not a passive event. Caroline Myss
man cannot control the current of events. he can only float with them and steer. Otto von Bismarck
No one ever laid out the sequence of events that led to my mother being prosecuted and imprisoned for alleged welfare fraud. Chris Gardner
Little events, ordinary things, smashed and reconstituted. Suddenly, they become the bleached bones of a story. Arundhati Roy
To turn events into ideas is the function of literature. George Santayana
The cross is not a mere event in history; it's a way of life! Take up your cross DAILY, Jesus said! John Piper
Your responses to the events of life are more important than the events themselves. Virginia Satir
The dynamic of revolutionary events is directly determined by swift, intense, and passionate changes in the psychology of classes which have already formed themselves before the revolution. Leon Trotsky
National events determine our ideals, as much as our ideals determine national events. Jane Addams
Family time was very difficult when my girls were little, but I never missed a birthday; I was there for every major event. Jeff Dunham
You know when transformation happens? Right now. It’s a present activity. Who is the new you? Show me the new you. Jillian Michaels
An event of colossal and overwhelming significance may happen all at once, but the words which describe it have to come one by one in a long chain. Upton Sinclair
To philosopher and historian the madness and imbecile wickedness of mankind ought to appear ordinary events. David Hume
Life-and-death. Lifedeath. One event. One short event. Don't forget. Robert Fulghum
The most significant event of the 20th century will be the fact that the North Americans speak English. Otto von Bismarck
I always feel the danger because you might always be subject to an unexpected or emergency event. Felix Baumgartner
It's such a big world," She'd say wistfully. "Something is always happening somewhere. Mitch Albom
I think myself obliged, whatever my private apprehensions may be of the success, to do my duty, and leave events to their Disposer. Robert Boyle
Her action in defending Marcão meant one thing to him and something quite different to her; it was so different that it was not even the same event. Orson Scott Card
When actions are followed by events that are not causally related to the prior acts, people often erroneously perceive contingencies that do not, in fact, exist. Albert Bandura