11 Quotes that motivate you!!

Hello all,

Namaste! The World has seen many a great personality and all of them have shown us how to lead our life with enthusiasm and authenticity. All of them were visionaries who tried to lead humanity by being beacons of change and inspiration. Why don't we look through some of the quotes, which gives us inspiration, motivation, and insight? Here I am sharing a few of my very favorite quotes, which have given me a huge inspiration. Hope you will be inspired as much as I did. Please do share some of your favorite quotes.

1, Rumi: Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī was a 13th-century Persian poet and Islamic scholar as well as a Sufi mystic. He has inspired generations with his spiritual legacy. He has been described as one of the most influential poets the World has ever known. Here are few of his pearls of wisdom.

Another favorite of mine is "You have escaped the cage. Your wings are stretched out. Now fly!!" 

Many times living in a society we mold to the existing norms and get conditioned and forget the divine nature we are. These quotes prod us to think outside the box we have put ourselves into. What a beautiful way to read these quotes and to get inspired to put the best effort we can towards our life. Anytime we are feeling down it is enough to go through a few of these quotes to bring verve to our heart. Think even today how Rumi is able to inspire the human kind to lead a very positive and authentic life.

2, Mahatma Gandhi: Mahatma Gandhi inspired a generation of Indians to fight using non-violence to free themselves out of the British rule to attain their freedom. Non-violence and truth were the biggest weapons he had in his satchel. Here are a few of his inspirational quotes.

Mahatma Gandhi always gave importance to the truth and the how to lead a life with the true inner spirit. His life was a huge proof to the principles he practiced. Even with his medium stature he commanded huge respect among the freedom fighters of India and the larger World. We can learn a lot of principles from the life of Gandhiji like non-violence, truth, justice and Dharma.

3, Maya Angelou: How can I finish without bringing a lady into the mix. Maya Angelou was an American poet, civil right activist and a memoirist. Through her autobiographies, she inspired a generation of African Americans as well as women to break the chains that surround them and to lead a life free from fear. She wrote about the 'blackness of the inside'. Here are a few quotes from her.

Ms. Angelou used her life as well as writing to bring the disenchanted African Americans into the main stream and worked along with other civil right activists to inspire a whole generation of African Americans as well as women. Let us take these inspirational quotes to bring versatile changes into our own life.

We can learn a lot from the trailblazers who came before us. They inspire us through their words, they lead us through their actions and they motivate us through the life they lead. Hoping all of us find the inspiration to wake up in the mornings, see the world with a set of new eyes and look forward to making a change in the world every day. 

I will leave you with another of my favorite quotes. This one I read whenever I have to deal with self- doubt and hesitancy. The quote is from Ralph Waldo Emerson, who was the mid-19th-century essayist, poet, lecturer, and philosopher. He was one of the philosophers who wrote about individuality, freedom and the ability of humankind to realize almost anything.

I wish you a good weekend and I'll see you next Friday! 😉

Next week: Saturn - A Friend or a foe?

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Ralph Waldo Emerson writes, "There is a time in every man's education when he arrives at the conviction that envy is ignorance ; that imitation is suicide; that he must take himself for better for worse as his portion that though the wide universe is full of good, no kernel of nourishing corn can come to him but through his toil bestowed on that plot of ground which is given to him to till. The power which resides in him is new in nature, and none but he knows what that is which he can do, nor does he know until he has tried". 
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