Quotes having the keyword Merely
For us, someone who is willing to step forward and help is much more courageous than someone who is merely fulfilling the role.
by Margaret J. Wheatleykeywords: courageous, forward, fulfilling, help, merely, more, much, role, someone, step, than, us , willing
Likewise today, some Christians are content to merely exist until they die. They don't want to risk anything, to believe God, to grow or mature. They refuse to believe his Word, and have become hardened in their unbelief. Now they're living just to die.
by David Wilkersonkeywords: anything, become, believe, christians, content, die, exist, god, grow, hardened, his, just, likewise, living, mature, merely, now, refuse, risk, some, their, today, unbelief, until, want , word
My point is, if you want to achieve anything in life, it is not enough to merely wish for it. You must develop that kind of 4:30 AM discipline that distinguishes you from others.
by Armstrong Williams (born in 1959) keywords: achieve, am, anything, develop, discipline, distinguishes, enough, kind, life, merely, must, others, point, want , wish
You are not here merely to make a living. You are here in order to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, with a finer spirit of hope and achievement. You are here to enrich the world, and you impoverish yourself if you forget the errand.
by Woodrow Wilson (born in 1856) keywords: achievement, amply, enable, enrich, errand, finer, forget, greater, here, hope, impoverish, live, living, make, merely, more, order, spirit, vision, world , yourself
My early wounds were the English school system among other things. It wasn't merely the discipline, it was the ways in which boys got what was called the school spirit.
by George Woodcock (born in 1912) keywords: among, boys, called, discipline, early, english, got, merely, other, school, spirit, system, things, ways, were, which , wounds
All observers not laboring under hallucinations of the senses are agreed, or can be made to agree, about facts of sensible experience, through evidence toward which the intellect is merely passive, and over which the individual will and character have no control.
by Chauncey Wright (born in 1830) keywords: agree, agreed, character, control, evidence, experience, facts, individual, intellect, laboring, made, merely, observers, over, passive, senses, sensible, through, toward, under, which , will