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850 Inspirational Spontaneous Quotes: Success In Life (2023)

1. “Success isn’t a result of spontaneous combustion. You must set yourself on fire.” – Arnold Glasow


2. “Analysis kills spontaneity. The grain once ground into flour springs and germinates no more.” ~ Henri Frederic Amiel


3. “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” ~ Laozi


4. Love is nothing if it is not spontaneous. It cannot be a conclusion of reasoning. - Author: Meher Baba


5. “As you get older, it gets a bit harder to keep the spontaneity in you, but I work at it.” ~ David Hockney


6. “Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” – E.E. Cummings


7. “Success isn’t a result of spontaneous combustion. You must set yourself on fire.” – Arnold Glasow


8. I used to be afraid of pain, didn't take a lot of risks, especially in love. I'm not as afraid anymore. I'm more spontaneous, more likely to say what I think. - Author: Melody Beattie


9. Love can flourish only as long as it is free and spontaneous; it tends to be killed by the thought of duty. To say that it is your duty to love so-and-so is the surest way to cause you to hate him of her. - Author: Bertrand Russell


10. Things alter for the worse spontaneously, if they be not altered for the better designedly.


11. To educate is to give man the keys to the world, which are independence and love, and to give him strength to journey on his own, light of step, a spontaneous and free being. - Author: Jose Marti


12. “Why should a relationship mean settling down? Wait for someone who won’t let life escape you, who’ll challenge you and drive you towards your dreams. Someone spontaneous who you can get lost in the world with.” — Beau Taplin


13. “My well-known aesthetic sense, which is so obvious and personal, spontaneously spurs me to challenge myself with different disciplines.” – Giorgio Armani


14. The women I love most are Latina - my sister, mother, and daughter. They're spontaneous but spend a majority of their time trying to make others happy. - Author: William Levy


15. Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.


16. “Singing has always seemed to me the most perfect means of expression. It is so spontaneous. And after singing, I think the violin. Since I cannot sing, I paint.” ~ Georgia O’Keeffe


17. Harness the power of love to create spontaneous success with effortless ease. - Author: Debasish Mridha


18. “Creativity arises out of the tension between spontaneity and limitations, the latter (like the river banks) forcing the spontaneity into the various forms which are essential to the work of art or poem.” ~ Rollo May


19. “Only in spontaneity can we be who we truly are.” ~ John McLaughlin


20. “There’s a sense of spontaneity and no emphasis on jokes in this show. People generally talk the way they talk in life if you were in this particular situation.” ~ Larry David


21. “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like. ” – Lao Tzu


22. “The way to my heart is by being truthful and spontaneous.” ~ Michelle Trachtenberg


23. “Be spontaneous!


24. Our Scripture awakened that most glorious of things, the spontaneous love our Lord so desires His children to bear Him, for it is what He bears them. - Author: Amy Rachel Peterson


25. “Usually it’s a pretty calculated, sustained, and slow process by which you develop something. The effect can be one of spontaneity, but that’s part of the artistry.” ~ Richard Estes


26. “Once we believe in ourselves. we can risk curiosity. wonder. spontaneous delight. or any experience that reveals the human spirit”


27. “Any change to an eternal condition, eternal activity, or eternal process must involve an external or spontaneous cause.”


28. Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit. --e. e. cummings


29. “The heart yields spontaneity; the mind bends to understanding.” ~ Ameen Rihani


30. "My father was an airline pilot, so we traveled more spontaneously than a lot of families. On a Thursday, we could decide to go somewhere like Barbados the next day for a long weekend.” — Chris Hadfield


31. “It all starts with an inspired, spontaneous idea.”


32. Love is spontaneous and craves expression through joy, through beauty, through truth, even through tears. Love lives the moment; it's neither lost in yesteryear nor does it crave for tomorrow. Love is NOW! - Author: Leo Buscaglia


33. “Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit. ” – E. E. Cummings


34. “The interest that drives spontaneous activity is a truly psychological key. ”


35. “The formal Washington dinner party has all the spontaneity of a Japanese imperial funeral.” ~ Simon Hoggart


36. “It might be argued that genuine spontaneity is not really possible or desirable so long as printed scores of great works exist. All modern musicians are, for better or worse, prisoners of Gutenberg.” ~ Donal Henahan


37. Love can't exist without happiness. Happiness can't be spontaneous


38. This was different, spontaneous, unrestricted. This was what dancing was supposed to feel like - like freedom. - Author: Anam Iqbal


39. “Spontaneity is not enough – or, to be more exact, spontaneity is not possible until there is an unconscious coordination of form, space, and vision.” ~ Herbert Read


40. “Wake up, it is Sunday, which means that spontaneous and happy meetings are guaranteed.”


41. Shoe-string budgets and backpacking had taught me a lot about simple beauty and spontaneous fun. - Charlene Hicky


42. When your love is pure or spiritual, there is no demand, no expectation. There is only the sweetest feeling of spontaneous oneness with the human being or beings concerned. - Author: Sri Chinmoy


43. “Take a commonplace, clean it and polish it, light it so that it produces the same effect of youth and freshness and originality and spontaneity as it did originally, and you have done a poet’s job. The rest is literature.” ~ Jean Cocteau


44. “Why should a relationship mean settling down? Wait for someone who won’t let life escape you, who’ll challenge you and drive you towards your dreams. Someone spontaneous who you can get lost in the world with.” – Beau Taplin


45. “Once we believe in ourselves. we can risk curiosity. wonder. spontaneous delight. or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” – E.E. Cummings


46. “Dismiss thoughts of ‘good, bad, right, wrong, success, failure’ – be spontaneous.” ~ Joshua L. Goldberg


47. Love, in the sense of spontaneous, unreflective action, spells the death of the old man. - Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer


48. Success isn't a result of spontaneous combustion. You must set yourself on fire. — Arnold H. Glasow


49. “I came together with younger musicians and tried to pass on my own experiences. In the process, I always tried to maintain my curiosity and spontaneity.” ~ Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau


50. “In combat, spontaneity rules; rote performance of technique perishes.” ~ Bruce Lee


51. “Creativity comes from spontaneous meetings, from random discussions.”


52. “Thus by preparing an open environment, an environment suited to this moment of life, natural manifestation of the child's psyche and hence the revelation of his secret should come about spontaneously. ”


53. “BE SPONTANEOUS,


54. “My well-known aesthetic sense, which is so obvious and personal, spontaneously spurs me to challenge myself with different disciplines.” - Giorgio Armani


55. “The fun stuff comes when someone is not so strict on sticking to the script. You’re allowed the spontaneity, and great moments can happen.” ~ Jennifer Aniston


56. “In short, we lose the freshness and spontaneity of true conversation. These are areas in which everyone interested in self-improvement will seek to improve.” ~ Dale Carnegie


57. Love rules through Law. Love is the Divine Givingness; Law is the Way. Love is spontaneous; Law is impersonal ... Love points the way and Law makes the way possible. - Author: Ernest Holmes


58. “Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” —e e cummings, poet


59. “Real love isn’t just a euphoric, spontaneous feeling – it’s a deliberate choice; a plan to love each other for better and worse, for richer and poorer, in sickness and in health.” —Seth Adam Smith


60. “Wake up! It is Sunday, which means that spontaneous and happy meetings are guaranteed to start your week off right!”


61. “Spontaneity has its time and its place.” ~ Arthur F. Burns


62. “Spontaneity is one of the joys of existence, especially if you prepare for it in advance.” ~ Alan Dean Foster


63. “Nothing I do is natural, realistic, organic or accidental. I'm never spontaneous, I'm completely premeditated.”


64. “Love can flourish only as long as it is free and spontaneous; it tends to be killed by the thought of duty. To say that it is your duty to love so-and-so is the surest way to cause you to hate him of her.”


65. “The essence of pleasure is spontaneity.” ~ Germaine Greer


66. “There are very few joys in life greater than spontaneity. Spontaneity means to be in the moment; it means acting out of your awareness, not acting according to your old conditionings.” ~ Rajneesh


67. “It all must start with an inspired, spontaneous idea.”


68. "Compassion is the spontaneous response of love; pity the involuntary reflex of fear.”


69. Life and love generate effort, but effort will not generate them. Faith-in life, in other people, and in oneself-is the attitude of allowing the spontaneous to be spontaneous, in its own way and in its own time. - Author: Alan Watts


70. "Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” – Lao Tzu


71. “I guess sometimes the greatest memories are made in the most unlikely of places, further proof that spontaneity is more rewarding than a meticulously planned life.” ~ J.A. Redmerski , Spontaneity quotes planning


72. “Analysis kills spontaneity.” ~ Henri Frederic Amiel


73. “No art is less spontaneous than mine. What I do is the result of reflection and the study of the great masters.” ~ Edgar Degas


74. “Our spontaneous action is always the best. You cannot, with your best deliberation and heed, come so close to any question as your spontaneous glance shall bring you.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson


75. “Machines deprive us of two things which are certainly important ingredients of human happiness, namely, spontaneity and variety.” ~ Bertrand Russell


76. “Jeep, the official car of spontaneous adventures.”


77. “Humor is a spontaneous, wonderful bit of an outburst that just comes. It’s unbridled, it’s unplanned, it’s full of surprises.” ~ Erma Bombeck


78. The weekend is a good excuse to be a little spontaneous. Leave your phone, wallet & laptop at home and go for a hike.


79. “Speaking of which, about assuming you had a condom—I just meant that you, with your experience, would be prepared for responsible sex, even if it were on the fly. An intelligent man is prepared for spontaneity.”


80. “Reintegration with Nature, which we are, is the recovery of spontaneity.” ~ Wei Wu Wei


81. “If children are different from us, they are more spontaneous. Grown-up lives have become overlaid with dross.” ~ Maurice Sendak


82. “Spontaneity is being present in the present.” ~ Wei Wu Wei


83. An inspired life is spontaneous. There is no fear; it is courageous. - Author: Debasish Mridha


84. “The spontaneous is the most beautiful thing that can appear in a picture, but nothing in art appears less spontaneously than that.” ~ Jeff Wall


85. “All growth is a leap in the dark, a spontaneous unpremeditated act without benefit of experience.” ~ Henry Miller


86. “If the child is allowed to use his spontaneous activity in a tranquil environment without interference or unasked for help, he is indeed engaged in a most important work: he is building the man he will one day be. ”


87. Improvisation helps because you get what's on the page and you make it a little more palatable to your tongue. And that's the beauty of creating and being spontaneous. That's the way I love to work. - Author: Taraji P. Henson


88. “Once we believe in ourselves. we can risk curiosity. spontaneous delight. wonder. or any other experience that reveals the true human spirit.” – E. E. Cummings


89. “To ignore the unexpected (even if it were possible) would be to live without opportunity, spontaneity, and the rich moments of which “life” is made.” ~ Stephen Covey


90. “Once we believe in ourselves. we can risk curiosity. wonder. spontaneous delight. or any experiences that reveals the human spirit.” – e.e. cummings


91. “But I really like hosting, I think it’s a strength of mine. It allows me to improvise, and I love the spontaneity of that, and I think I’m funny behind the desk when interviewing someone.” ~ Garry Shandling , Spontaneity quotes love


92. “As long as there are musicians who have a passion for spontaneity, for creating something thats never been before, the art form of jazz will flourish.” ~ Charlie Haden


93. To be wild is not to be crazy or psychotic. True wildness is a love of nature, a delight in silence, a voice free to say spontaneous things, and an exuberant curiosity in the face of the unknown. - Author: Robert Bly


94. The sophisticated concern about art sinks before a spontaneous love of reality, and I thank the photograph for being so transparent a vehicle for things ... - Author: George Santayana


95. “To like many people spontaneously and without effort is perhaps the greatest of all sources of personal happiness.”


96. “Through spontaneity, we are re-formed into ourselves.” ~ Viola Spolin


97. “In our Montessori schools, little children spontaneously reveal aptitudes for doing things that we never taught them and of which we would never have thought them capable. This is proof of a hidden wisdom secreted in their psyche. ”


98. “There’s so much spontaneity involved, what do you practice? How do you practice teamwork? How do you practice sharing? How do you practice daring? How do you practice being nonjudgmental?” ~ Herbie Hancock


99. Spontaneous love admits errors, hesitations and human failings. It can be tested and repaired. - Author: Nancy Friday


100. “Once we believe in ourselves. we can risk curiosity. wonder. spontaneous delight. or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” –E.E. Cummings


101. “Especially when you deal with comedy, you have got to be really honest because it’s the honesty and the spontaneity that causes people to chuckle, that catches people.” ~ Austin Peck


102. “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them – that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” – Lao Tzu


103. “To be spontaneous means not to act out of the past, because out of the past is all cunningness, cleverness, calculation, arithmetic.” ~ Rajneesh


104. “During this period of growth [childhood] the child learns spontaneously, without tiring; he observes the things around him (one might even say he studies them) and absorbs them, thereby invigorating himself. ”


105. “To be wild is not to be crazy or psychotic. True wildness is a love of nature, a delight in silence, a voice free to say spontaneous things, and an exuberant curiosity in the face of the unknown.” ~ Robert Bly


106. “We habitually serve children; and this is not only an act of servility toward them, but it is dangerous, since it tends to suffocate their useful, spontaneous activity. ”


107. “Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” ~ e. e. cummings


108. Real love isn't just a euphoric, spontaneous feeling - it's a deliberate choice - a plan to love each other for better and worse, for richer and poorer, in sickness and in health. - Author: Seth Adam Smith


109. When we involve others in spontaneous acts of kindness, we go from being strangers to becoming a united team connected at the heart level. - Author: Molly Friedenfeld


110. “When the entire process becomes a prescribed ritual that does not allow for spontaneous variations and reactions, the vitality of the medium and our relation to it suffers.” ~ Jerry Uelsmann


111. Something about flowers spark memories. I love these spontaneous bold and beautiful flower connections. Patricia C. Gallagher, The Happy Flower Day Project


112. “I guess sometimes the greatest memories are made in the most unlikely of places, further proof that spontaneity is more rewarding than a meticulously planned life.”


113. Wake up, it is Sunday, which means that spontaneous and happy meetings are guaranteed.


114. “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” ― Lao Tzu


115. “Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experiences that reveals the human spirit. ” - e. e. cummings


116. “Once we believe in ourselves. we can risk curiosity. wonder. spontaneous delight. or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” — e.e. cummings


117. “Once we believe in ourselves. we can risk curiosity. wonder. spontaneous delight. or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” - E.E. Cummings


118. “Change is neither instant nor spontaneous. It’s gradual but it’s necessary”


119. All natural results are spontaneous. The diamond sparkles without effort, and the flowers open impulsively beneath the summer rain. And true religion is a spontaneous thing,


120. “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don't resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” ― Lao Tzu


121. “I’ve always been spontaneous and outgoing… I’ve tried lots of things so I’ve got some good life experiences, which is great ’cause it means I’ve got lots of material to work with as an actor.” ~ Leonardo DiCaprio


122. “Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” -e.e. Cummings


123. Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don't resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality, let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.


124. “Creativity is not merely the innocent spontaneity of our youth and childhood; it must also be married to the passion of the adult human being, which is a passion to live beyond one’s death.” ~ Rollo May


125. “Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” E. E. Cummings


126. “Often, even after years, mental states once present in consciousness return to it with apparent spontaneity and without any act of the will; that is, they are reproduced involuntarily.” ~ Hermann Ebbinghaus


127. “Spontaneity is a meticulously prepared art”


128. “A child, who more than anyone else is a spontaneous observer of nature, certainly needs to have at his disposal material upon which he can work. ”


129. “I don't know, Mom. Now that I'm about to graduate, I plan on being more spontaneous."


130. “You can devise all the plans in the world, but if you don’t welcome spontaneity; you will just disappoint yourself.”


131. “{Replying to G. H. Hardy's suggestion that the number of a taxi (1729) was 'dull', showing off his spontaneous mathematical genius}


132. They were not spontaneous people. They were born with too great a love of words, a passion for drama at the expense of truth, and a habit of overweighting common life with romance. - Author: Stella Benson


133. “Life is too short to not go on that spontaneous road trip.” – Unknown


134. “Spontaneity is such an entertaining facet of show business.” ~ Chuck Barris


135. By patriotism is meant, not only spontaneous, instinctive love for one's own nation, and preference for it above all other nations, but also the belief that such love and preference are good and useful. - Author: Leo Tolstoy


136. Today my little sister became older. I wish you to stay always happy and optimistic and save your childish spontaneity forever. Happy birthday!”


137. “Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” — E.E. Cummings


138. “A healthy woman who delivers spontaneously performs a job that cannot be improved upon.”


139. “We do not know this spontaneous being: the child who tries to work constantly. If we did not recognise him as such before, it was because we put obstacles in his path. ”


140. Wake up! It is Sunday, which means that spontaneous and happy meetings are guaranteed to start your week off right!


141. “Humor is a spontaneous, wonderful bit of an outburst that just comes. It's unbridled, its unplanned, it's full of suprises.”


142. “Genuine happiness comes from within, and often it comes in spontaneous feelings of joy.” Andrew Weil


143. “Radical acts of self-transformation do not occur spontaneously. meaningful change requires a specific and deliberative act of will.” – Kilroy J. Oldster


144. “Impulsivity is something akin to spontaneously jumping out of an airplane and not realizing that you forgot something until about five seconds before impact.”


145. “Once we believe in ourselves. we can risk curiosity. wonder. spontaneous delight. or any experience that reveals the human spirit”―e e cummings


146. “Being spontaneous is being able to respond with confidence; calmly trusting that, whatever the outcome, you will have a positive if challenging experience that will lead to greater self-awareness and success.”


147. “Life is too short to not go on that spontaneous road trip.”


148. “Spontaneity and instincts are key factors to a memorable party.” ~ Mia Moretti


149. Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them-that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” Lao Tzu


150. “I’m the kind of person who just can’t wait to get on a train and not know where I’m going. I definitely want to live life to the fullest. And that’s the type of man I’m attracted to – somebody with that spontaneous spirit.” ~ Summer Altice


151. He was in love with a man who was flighty and spontaneous and headstrong all wrapped into one gorgeous, fun, frustrating package. Ty was a walking emotional hazard, and Zane had known that from the start. - Author: Abigail Roux


152. Love has no time constraints.There is no time frame for when a person can fall in love with another,it just happens.It's spontaneous, unpredictable, it's timeless. - Author: Becky Andrews


153. Let us be awake and live every moment of our precious, loving, and spontaneous life. - Author: Debasish Mridha


154. “Poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquility.” ~ William Wordsworth , Power of spontaneity quotes


155. I love the dynamic contrast between the spontaneous shots and the more formal, pro-rock-star photos. - Author: Bruce Pavitt


156. Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them – that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” – Lao Tzu


157. “I am neither spontaneous nor ready for anything.” ~ David Rakoff


158. Surrendered people make great lovers. They can be spontaneous and playful. They love to feel and express all of their emotions. They look vibrant, healthy, and energetic. - Author: Judith Orloff


159. Birth is a dream, spontaneous and innate. Death, on the other hand, is a slow, false, divine calamity. It is like love. - Author: Kevin Moffett


160. “There was something horribly depressing, she felt, about watching the weather report. That life could be planned like the perfect summer picnic drained it of spontaneity.” ― Galt Niederhoffer


161. Think Different.”


162. Real artists ship.”


163. A brand is simply trust.”


164. Never settle for average.”


165. The journey is the reward.”


166. Stay hungry. Stay foolish.”


167. Focusing is about saying No.”


168. “I’m not lost, I’m exploring.”


169. “Adventure is out there.” – Up


170. “Junky stuff is consumer murder.”


171. You’ve got to find what you love.”


172. Innovation is the only way to win.”


173. No road is long with good company.”


174. “Happiness is a road trip.” – Unknown


175. Creativity is just connecting things.”


176. “Development is a series of rebirths. ”


177. “Good design is not an applied veneer.”


178. “I believe most in educated intuition.”


179. “The wild ivy grows wherever it pleases.”


180. “Plans are invitation to disappointment.”


181. “Always take the scenic route.” – Unknown


182. Why join the navy if you can be a pirate?”


183. “I may be going nowhere, but what a ride.”


184. People don’t take trips, trips take people.”


185. It’s not the destination, it's the journey.”


186. I’ve been rejected, but I am still in love.”


187. If you come to a fork in the road, take it.”


188. “Beauty through function and simplification.”


189. If you don’t have a passion, you’ll give up.”


190. “Say yes and you'll figure it out afterwards.”


191. “You were born an original. Don’t die a copy.”


192. Never go on trips with anyone you do not love.”


193. Roads were made for journeys, not destinations.”


194. “Kites rise high against the wind, not with it.”


195. “The child who concentrates is immensely happy. ”


196. To go forward you have to leave something behind.”


197. Roads are a record of those who have gone before.”


198. If you’re on a road trip, you need driving music.”


199. You may not find a path, but you will find a way.”


200. “Is it through work alone that a child develops. ”


201. “All growth is a leap in the dark.” ~ Henry Miller


202. “The most beautiful curve is a rising sales graph.”


203. “Adventure, without it, why live?” – Hortense Odlum


204. “Is it through work alone that a child develops. ”


205. The road goes on forever and the party never ends.”


206. Details matter, it’s worth waiting to get it right.”


207. If you’re not lost, you’re not much of an explorer.”


208. “Tears have always been easier to shed than explain.”


209. Driving at night is about communicating with lights.”


210. “Making memories, one road trip at a time.” – Unknown


211. Look on every exit being an entrance somewhere else.”


212. Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.”


213. A journey is measured in friends, rather than miles.”


214. “No road is long with good company.” – Turkish Proverb


215. Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter.”


216. “The attitude of humility is an element of patience. ”


217. “Take only memories, leave only footprints.” – Unknown


218. The only impossible journey is the one you never begin”


219. Things don’t have to change the world to be important.”


220. When you serve the humanity with compassion and kindness,


221. My favourite thing to do is to go where I’ve never been”.


222. “Nothing adventured, nothing attained.” – Peter McWilliams


223. “Happiness is a road trip with a good playlist.” – Unknown


224. “If you come to a fork in the road, take it.” – Yogi Berra


225. “Observe little children, observe them anywhere you can. ”


226. You Can’t Find The Right Roads When The Streets Are Paved.”


227. “Live your life by a compass, not a clock.” – Stephen Covey


228. In life, it’s not where you go – it’s who you travel with.”


229. “Hodophile (noun): a lover of roads; one who loves travel.”


230. “The road less traveled is the road to adventure.” – Unknown


231. Sometimes all you need is a great friend and a tank of gas.”


232. “To give a child liberty is not to abandon him to himself. ”


233. All he needed was a wheel in his hand and four on the road.”


234. “It feels good to be lost in the right direction.” – Unknown


235. “How you love yourself is how you teach others to love you.”


236. Learn continually. There’s always. one more thing” to learn.”


237. I take to the open road. Healthy, free, the world before me.”


238. “Roads were made for journeys, not destinations.” – Confucius


239. The only disability in life is a bad attitude.” Scott Hamilton


240. Look at life through the windshield, not the rearview mirror.”


241. “Maybe my problem is that all of my decisions are calculated.”


242. “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.” – Helen Keller


243. “You may not find a path, but you will find a way.” – Tom Wolfe


244. Some beautiful paths can’t be discovered without getting lost.”


245. “I do not seek the approval of people who do not approve of me.”


246. Deciding what not to do is as important as deciding what to do.”


247. “I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list.” – Susan Sontag


248. There is more to life than increasing its speed.” Mahatma Gandhi


249. “Some of the most thrilling things in life are done on impulse.”


250. “Life is meant for good friends and great adventures.” – Unknown


251. “Live life with no excuses, travel with no regret.” – Oscar Wilde


252. “A child without a secret becomes an adult without personality. ”


253. “Only practical work and experience lead the young to maturity. ”


254. “My favorite thing is to go where I’ve never been.” – Diane Arbus


255. “First and foremost we apply our creativity to generating ideas.”


256. “Some roads aren’t meant to be travelled alone.” – Chinese Proverb


257. Sometimes the road less travelled is less travelled for a reason.”


258. “The road must eventually lead to the whole world.” – Jack Kerouac


259. Live life to the fullest, and focus on the positive.” Matt Cameron


260. “Never go on trips with anyone you do not love.” – Ernest Hemingway


261. “All my favorite summers included road trips.” – We Dream of Travel


262. Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” Albert Einstein


263. Each person must live their life as a model for others.” Rosa Parks


264. “No social problem is as universal as the oppression of the child. ”


265. “According to the map, we’ve only gone four inches.” – Dumb & Dumber


266. “Jobs fill your pockets, but adventures fill your soul.” – Jaime Lyn


267. Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.”


268. If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there.”


269. “Once a year, go somewhere you have never been before.” – Dalai Lama


270. Stop worrying about the potholes in the road and enjoy the journey.”


271. “A goal ensures progress. But one gets much further without a goal.”


272. “I said, but I have to go, there are so many places calling my name.”


273. Of All The Paths You Take In Life Make Sure A Few Of Them Are Dirty.”


274. “Too much improvisation leaves the mind stupidly void.” ~ Victor Hugo


275. “I have seen travel plans happen only when they were made overnight.”


276. “The greatness of the human personality begins at the hour of birth. ”


277. “Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter.” – Izaak Walton


278. “You’ll never know who you are unless you shed who you pretend to be.”


279. “Sometimes the best therapy is a long drive and good music.” – Unknown


280. Nothing Behind Me, Everything Ahead Of Me, As Is Ever So On The Road.”


281. Still, round the corner, there may wait, a new road or a secret gate.”


282. “My favorite thing to do is to go where I’ve never been”. – Diane Arbus


283. “The only impossible journey is the one you never begin” – Tony Robbins


284. “The road goes on forever and the party never ends.” – Robert Earl Keen


285. “Road trips aren’t measured by mile markers, but by moments.” – Unknown


286. Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by.”


287. When you go on a road trip, the trip itself becomes part of the story.”


288. There is an unspoken bond you create with the friends you travel with.”


289. “Look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else.” – Tom Stoppard


290. “A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles.” – Tim Cahill


291. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice.”


292. “All work is noble, the only ignoble thing is to live without working. ”


293. “If you’re not lost, you’re not much of an explorer.” – John Perry Barlow


294. “My brown girl, love the skin you’re in. And embrace who you are within.”


295. “You can’t find the right roads when the streets are paved.” – Bob Marley


296. Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” Confucius


297. Innovation is the ability to see change as an opportunity – not a threat.”


298. “...all the changes in man’s environment are brought about by his hands. ”


299. Discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”


300. “I can be changed by what happens to me. But I refuse to be reduced by it.”


301. One’s destination is never a place, but rather a new way of seeing things.”


302. “There are no mistakes. Only new paths to explore.” – Gregory David Roberts


303. A lot of times, people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.”


304. Let’s go invent tomorrow instead of worrying about what happened yesterday.”


305. “Some beautiful paths can’t be discovered without getting lost.” – Erol Ozan


306. Because the greatest part of a road trip isn’t arriving at your destination.


307. “The work of education is divided between the teacher and the environment. ”


308. Look for chances to take the less-traveled roads. There are no wrong turns.”


309. “Nobody is wired wrong because there’s no wrong and right in the way we are.”


310. “The liberty of the child should have as its limit the collective interest. ”


311. Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far they can go.”


312. “I’m really in the mood for a long drive with no real destination.” – Unknown


313. What we are doing here is going to send a giant ripple through the universe.”


314. “I can claim to have made the daily life of the 20th Century more beautiful.”


315. “Attitude is the difference between an ordeal and an adventure.” – Bob Bitchin


316. “We must look to the children as a vehicle for bringing change to humanity. ”


317. “Look at life through the windshield, not the rearview mirror.” – Byrd Baggett


318. “A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving.” – Lao Tzu


319. Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.”


320. “It doesn’t matter where you’re going, it’s who you have beside you.” – Unknown


321. “It is imperative that a school allow a child's activities to freely develop. ”


322. Kilometres are shorter than miles. Save gas, take your next trip in kilometres.”


323. “The main goal is not to complicate the already difficult life of the consumer.”


324. Each dream you leave behind is a part of your future that will no longer exist.”


325. “The infant in arms has far greater mental energies than are usually imagined. ”


326. Don’t take life too seriously. You’ll never get out of it alive.” Elbert Hubbard


327. “In life, it’s not where you go – it’s who you travel with.” – Charles M. Schulz


328. God made the world round so we would never be able to see too far down the road.”


329. There are three constants in life: change, choice, and principles.” Stephen Covey


330. “Sometimes all you need is a great friend and a tank of gas.” – Thelma and Louise


331. Sometimes the most scenic roads in life are the detours you didn’t mean to make.”


332. “Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason.” – Jerry Seinfeld


333. The gladdest moment in human life, me thinks, is a departure into unknown lands.”


334. If you live each day as it was your last, someday you'll most certainly be right.”


335. A bend in the road, is not the end of the road….unless you fail to make the turn.”


336. The freedom of the open road is seductive, serendipitous and absolutely liberating”


337. “You make me wanna roll my windows down and cruise.” — Florida Georgia Line, Cruise


338. The open road is a beckoning, a strangeness, a place where a man can lose himself.”


339. Take care of your car in the garage, and the car will take care of you on the road.”


340. “Life is beautiful if you are on the road to somewhere.” – Orhan Pamuk, The New Life


341. “Take care not to listen to anyone who tells you what you can and can’t be in life.”


342. “Just grab a friend and take a ride, together upon the open road.” – The Goofy Movie


343. “I believe most in educated intuition, in what you get through profound experience.”


344. “Each plane must be lived through fully in order to pass with mastery to the next. ”


345. “You laugh at me because I’m different, I laugh at you because you’re all the same.”


346. “And just like that, we’re on our way to everywhere.” – Emery Lord, Open Road Summer


347. “It’s a simple exercise; a little logic, a little taste, and the will to cooperate.”


348. A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you control it.”


349. “The child has a mind able to absorb knowledge. He has the power to teach himself. ”


350. “It is thanks to the hand, the companion of the mind, that civilization has arisen. ”


351. “Each plane must be lived through fully in order to pass with mastery to the next. ”


352. “A child’s needs are simple, and a happy childhood needs only simple surroundings. ”


353. The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams.” Oprah Winfrey


354. “Stop worrying about the pot holes in the road and enjoy the journey.” – Babs Hoffman


355. “The first thing required of a teacher is that he be rightly disposed for his task. ”


356. “Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by.” – Robert Frost


357. “Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road.” – Jack Kerouac


358. She wasn’t where she had been. She wasn’t where she was going, but she was on her way.”


359. “When you go on a road trip, the trip itself becomes part of the story.” – Steve Rushin


360. “Just because you are blind and unable to see my beauty doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.”


361. “The child seeks for independence by means of work; an independence of body and mind. ”


362. “If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there.” – George Harrison


363. “It will be necessary to look to children for help if the world is to be made better. ”


364. Life is 10 percent what happens to you and 90 percent how you respond to it.” Lou Holtz


365. “Happiness is… planning a road trip to somewhere new, with someone you love.” – Unknown


366. We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” Winston Churchill


367. “The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams.” – Oprah Winfrey


368. “There is an unspoken bond you create with the friends you travel with.” – Kristen Sarah


369. “I don’t know where I’m going from here but I promise it won’t be boring.” – David Bowie


370. The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.”


371. “There’s nowhere to go but everywhere…” – Jack Kerouac, On the Road: the Original Scroll


372. “Averting war is the work of politicians; establishing peace is the work of education. ”


373. I love road trips. You get into this Zen rhythm; throw the sense of time out the window.”


374. “More than function itself, simplicity is the deciding factor in the aesthetic equation.”


375. “There is a frantic race to merchandise tinsel and trash under the guise of ‘modernism.'”


376. In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.” Robert Frost


377. “The child is truly a miraculous being, and this should be felt deeply by the educator. ”


378. All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.” Ralph Waldo Emerson


379. “...the child’s nature is to aim directly and energetically at functional independence. ”


380. “Well, we’re not in the middle of nowhere, but we can see it from here.” – Thelma & Louise


381. “Still, round the corner, there may wait, a new road or a secret gate.” – J. R. R. Tolkien


382. “…in order to keep up with evolving humanity, Education should continue throughout life. ”


383. “Happiness is not a state to arrive at, but a manner of traveling.” – Margaret Lee Runbeck


384. “We must accept adaptation as the basis upon which we can build a concept of education. ”


385. “The most beautiful thing in the world is, of course, the world itself.” – Wallace Stevens


386. “We must understand that anything which animates the child is a help to his development. ”


387. “The great benefit we can bestow on childhood is the exercise of restraint in ourselves. ”


388. The open road is there, it will always be there. You just have to decide when to take it.”


389. “One’s destination is never a place, but rather a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller


390. “The great benefit we can bestow on childhood is the exercise of restraint in ourselves. ”


391. “Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far they can go.” – T.S. Eliot


392. Believe that life is worth living and your belief will help create the fact.” William James


393. The heaviness of being successful was replaced by the lightness of being a beginner again.”


394. Do Not Follow Where The Path May Lead. Go Instead Where There Is No Path And Leave A Trail.”


395. Whatever you do, you must never let the voice in your head control the brain in your heart.”


396. “Industrial design keeps the customer happy, his client in the black and the designer busy.”


397. “The adult, the child, and the environment are a trinity. They should be considered as one. ”


398. “I traveled the whole world to discover the greatest adventure was you.” – We Dream of Travel


399. “Liberty is not to be free to do anything one likes; it is to be able to act without help. ”


400. “...the great hope for education is to help the little young humanity which is in our hands. ”


401. “A refined and perfect child is capable of entering upon any path that helps him to advance. ”


402. “No matter how many plans you make or how much in control you are, life is always winging it.”


403. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life and that is why I succeed.” Michael Jordan


404. “Look for chances to take the less-traveled roads. There are no wrong turns.” – Susan Magsamen


405. “...an adult should show himself to a child as a loving and enlightened guide assisting him. ”


406. “If we wait until we are ready, we will be waiting for the rest of our life!” – Lemony Snicket


407. “A man is not what he is because of the teachers he has had, but because of what he has done. ”


408. “Live life as though nobody is watching, and express yourself as though everyone is listening.”


409. That’s why I love road trips, dude. It’s like doing something without actually doing anything.”


410. “We can only help man if we aid the child to be better adapted to the future of civilisation. ”


411. “… the individual thinks more about the success of his group than of his own personal success. ”


412. “…the Cosmic Plan can be presented to the child, as a thrilling tale of the earth we live in…. ”


413. “We’re almost there, but nowhere near it. All that matters is that we’re going.” – Gilmore Girls


414. I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move”


415. One of the great things about travel is that you find out how many good, kind people there are.”


416. “We must see this vision of man in correlation with the environment and his adaptation to it. ”


417. “It’s a scientific fact that gas station hot dogs taste best on road trips.” – We Dream of Travel


418. Life is not about how fast you run or how high you climb, but how well you bounce.” Vivian Komori


419. “Kilometers are shorter than miles. Save gas, take your next trip in kilometers.” – George Carlin


420. “Road trips are not about anywhere you’ll go, they’re about going anywhere.” – We Dream of Travel


421. “A bend in the road, is not the end of the road….unless you fail to make the turn.” – Helen Keller


422. “...a teacher should never forget that he is a teacher and that his mission is one of education. ”


423. “The world is too big to stay in one place, and life is too short to do just one thing.” – Unknown


424. Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren’t used to an environment where excellence is expected.”


425. “So I repeat that we cannot give principles by teaching them but by prolonged social experience. ”


426. “You tried to kill me. Don't think we won't be telling that story to our kids someday," David said.


427. Wherever you get to is better than where you started. To stay on the road is a massive achievement.”


428. “The child is the creator of the man, certainly with regard to his adaptation to the environment. ”


429. I may not have ended up where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I intended to be.”


430. Once you say you’re going to settle for second, that’s what happens to you in life.” John F. Kennedy


431. “We must help the child to liberate himself from his defects without making him feel his weakness. ”


432. “... a teacher is “the catalyst” between a child...and the environment prepared for his education. ”


433. In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.” Abraham Lincoln


434. “Take care of your car in the garage, and the car will take care of you on the road.” – Amit Kalantri


435. “I am not the same, having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world.” – Mary Anne Radmacher


436. “She wasn’t where she had been. She wasn’t where she was going, but she was on her way.” – Jodi Hills


437. “At the end of the day, your feet should be dirty, your hair messy and your eyes sparkling.” – Shanti


438. “Now we must learn how to care for the newborn child. We must welcome him with love and respect... ”


439. “The study of love and its utilisation will lead us to the source from which it springs, The Child. ”


440. “The struggles we endure today will be the ‘good old days’ we laugh about tomorrow.” – Aaron Lauritsen


441. “Respect all the reasonable forms of activity in which the child engages and try to understand them. ”


442. “i'm sure it's going to be a total disaster. but i guess the point is that i'm going to do it anyway.”


443. “It’s your road, and yours alone. Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you.” – Rumi


444. “You will be surprised when I tell you that the greater part of what you call ‘play’ is really work. ”


445. “We are all faced with a series of great opportunities brilliantly disguised as impossible situations.”


446. “I sought excitement and, taking chances, I was all ready to fail in order to achieve something large.”


447. “The gladdest moment in human life, me thinks, is a departure into unknown lands.” – Sir Richard Burton


448. Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'” Martin Luther King Jr.


449. “We must be taught and we must be willing to accept guidance if we wish to become effective teachers. ”


450. I get a friend to travel with me… I need somebody to bring me back to who I am. It’s hard to be alone.”


451. “... the child always chooses something hard to do. This is something we would never have thought of. ”


452. “Get your motor runnin’, Head out on the highway, Lookin’ for adventure…” – Steppenwolf, Born to be Wild


453. “I guess the lesson is you can’t go everywhere. You should still go everywhere you can.” – Charles Finch


454. “The child has other powers than ours, and the creation he achieves is no small one; it is everything. ”


455. “To serve the children is to feel one is serving the spirit of man, a spirit which has to free itself. ”


456. “The child’s conquests of independence are the basic steps in what is called his ‘natural development’. ”


457. “I love road trips. You get into this Zen rhythm; throw the sense of time out the window.” – Miriam Toews


458. “It’s not a successful road trip until you’ve forgotten what day of the week it is.” – We Dream of Travel


459. “[T]he little child's need for order is one of the most powerful incentives to dominate his early life. ”


460. If you make the mistake of looking back too much, you aren’t focused enough on the road in front of you.”


461. “The object of a science of education should be not only to “observe” but also to “transform” children. ”


462. You know more of a road by having traveled it than by all the conjectures and descriptions in the world.”


463. “Our goal is not so much the imparting of knowledge as the unveiling and developing of spiritual energy. ”


464. “These children reveal to us the most vital need of their development, saying: “Help me to do it alone!” ”


465. I can speak to my soul only when the two of us are off exploring deserts or cities or mountains or roads.”


466. “Form, which should be the clean-cut expression of mechanical excellence, has become sensuous and organic.”


467. “The question of education is fundamental because it is an exigency common to all human beings on earth. ”


468. “Loewy keeps one eye on the imagination and one eye on the cash register.” — Charles Luckman, Lever Brothers


469. “The freedom to be yourself is a gift only you can give yourself. But once you do, no one can take it away.”


470. A tourist is a fellow who drives thousands of miles so he can be photographed standing in front of his car.”


471. “If life is a stage and you are your own agent, then don’t hesitate to play the character you wish to play.”


472. “Here is the aim of the truly new education; first of all to discover the child and effect his liberation. ”


473. “So in order to achieve the marvel of humanity, you must look at the mysterious construction of the child. ”


474. “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.”


475. “In order to educate the child from birth, we must have understanding based on psychological observation. ”


476. “What we find in a soul mate is not something wild to tame, but something wild to run with.” – Robert Brault


477. “The open road is there, it will always be there. You just have to decide when to take it.” – Chris Humphrey


478. “We had longer ways to go. But no matter, the road is life.” – Jack Kerouac, On the Road: the Original Scroll


479. Innovation is not about saying yes to everything. It’s about saying no to all but the most crucial features.”


480. “To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself.”


481. “We see the figure of the child who stands before us with his arms held open, beckoning humanity to follow. ”


482. Map out your future – but do it in pencil. The road ahead is as long as you make it. Make it worth the trip.”


483. “You can pack for every occasion, but a good friend will always be the best thing you could bring.” – Unknown


484. “Why not seize the pleasure at once? -- How often is happiness destroyed by preparation, foolish preparation!”


485. “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” – Marcel Proust


486. “The child can only develop fully by means of experience in his environment. We call such experience ‘work’. ”


487. “All he needed was a wheel in his hand and four on the road.” – Jack Kerouac, On the Road: the Original Scroll


488. “At about a year and a half, the child discovers another fact, and that is that each thing has its own name. ”


489. “At this age (between one and a half and two and a half years) children have a need to develop independence. ”


490. Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers.


491. I see my path, but I don’t know where it leads. Not knowing where I’m going is what inspires me to travel it.”


492. “If education is to be based on what we know of little children, we must first understand their development. ”


493. “The adult must find within himself the still unknown error that prevents him from seeing the child as he is. ”


494. The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle.”


495. We are all travelers in the wilderness of the world & the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend.”


496. “When it comes to road trips, I have more memories stored on mix tapes than camera rolls.” – We Dream of Travel


497. “The power of loving and being yourself is that even if nobody else is around, you’re always in great company.”


498. Sometimes you find yourself in the middle of nowhere and sometimes in the middle of nowhere you find yourself.”


499. “As soon as children find something that interests them they lose their instability and learn to concentrate. ”


500. “Touching the letters as if they were being written initiates the muscular training that prepares for writing. ”


501. “For the ‘valorisation’ of the child’s personality there must be a very definite basis in social experiences. ”


502. “How can you be prepared for social life if you have no knowledge of social life or the beginning of society? ”


503. “Only after a child has begun to write on his own should a teacher intervene to guide his progress in writing. ”


504. “Education demands, then, only this: the utilisation of the inner powers of the child for his own instruction. ”


505. “The essential thing is for the task to arouse such an interest that it engages the child's whole personality. ”


506. “Between two products equal in price, function and quality, the one with the most attractive exterior will win.”


507. “Written language can be acquired much more easily by children of four years than by those of six years of age. ”


508. “The children must be attached to the material; if they are attached to the teacher they cannot be independent. ”


509. “One of the great things about travel is that you find out how many good, kind people there are.” – Edith Wharton


510. “If teaching is to be effective with young children, it must assist them to advance on the way to independence. ”


511. “All that we ourselves are has been made by the child, by the child we were in the first two years of our lives. ”


512. “You’ll learn more about a person in 30 days on the road than you will in 30 months at home.” – We Dream of Travel


513. “Never apologize for burning too brightly or collapsing into yourself every night. That is how galaxies are made.”


514. “If help and salvation are to come, they can only come from the children, for the children are the makers of men. ”


515. “The art of education must become a service to these powers inherent in all children. It must be a help to life. ”


516. “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson


517. “The satisfaction which they find in their work has given them a grace and ease like that which comes from music. ”


518. A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike. And all plans, safeguards, policing, and coercion are fruitless.”


519. “By a habit of work a child learns how to move his muscles more than he does through ordinary gymnastic exercises. ”


520. I just go with the flow, I follow the yellow brick road. I don’t know where it’s going to lead me, but I follow it.”


521. “Adults move because their will directs them, but not so with the small child. The small child is urged by nature. ”


522. Life takes on meaning when you become motivated, set goals and charge after them in an unstoppable manner.” Les Brown


523. “What is most wanted is no patronizing charity for humanity, but a reverent consciousness of its dignity and worth. ”


524. “I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I may have ended up where I intended to be.” – Douglas Adams


525. A road trip is a way for the whole family to spend time together and annoy each other in interesting and new places.”


526. To awaken alone in a strange town is one of the pleasantest sensations in the world. You are surrounded by adventure.


527. I love being on the road. I love that lifestyle, traveling city to city, rocking out and moving on to the next place.”


528. “The maternal instinct is a necessary help for the development of movement and to help the child’s body to develop. ”


529. “The child gives us a beautiful lesson – that in order to form and maintain our intelligence, we must use our hands. ”


530. A passenger on a road journey is in the hands of a driver; a reader embarking on a book is in the hands of a narrator.”


531. “There is something about the momentum of travel that makes you want to just keep moving, to never stop.” – Bill Bryson


532. When all’s said and done, all roads lead to the same end. So it’s not so much which road you take, as how you take it.”


533. “Children are interested in books when they know how to read. This is so obvious that it seems superfluous to say so. ”


534. “When you’re on the open road, there’s no such thing as inconvenience, only a surprise adventure.” – We Dream of Travel


535. “Jukeboxes on wheels, aesthetic aberrations that masked the workings of the machine beneath the layers of tawdry flash.”


536. “At birth he frees himself from a prison, the mother's body, and achieves independence of the functions of the mother. ”


537. “To let the child do as he likes when he has not yet developed any powers of control is to betray the idea of freedom. ”


538. “If you make the mistake of looking back too much, you aren’t focused enough on the road in front of you.” – Brad Paisley


539. “The roots of every plant seek out, from among the many substances which the soil contains, only those which they need. ”


540. “...the fundamental principle in education is correlation of all subjects, and their centralisation in the cosmic plan. ”


541. “The real purpose of education is to prepare the orientation for future generations, who will progress to a new plane. ”


542. “In all diseases, physical as well as mental, the importance of events that have occurred in infancy is now recognised. ”


543. What we think determines what happens to us, so if we want to change our lives, we need to stretch our minds.” Wayne Dyer


544. “When the children walk to the rhythm, continuing on the line, it reminds us of the motion of the earth around its axis. ”


545. Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” Thomas A. Edison


546. “During this early period, education must be understood as a help to the unfolding of the child's inborn psychic powers. ”


547. It doesn’t make sense to hire smart people and tell them what to do; we hire smart people so they can tell us what to do.”


548. I have found out that there ain’t no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them.”


549. “The child strives to assimilate his environment and from such efforts springs the deep-seated unity of his personality. ”


550. Each life is made up of mistakes and learning, waiting and growing, practicing patience and being persistent.” Billy Graham


551. The ultimate value of life depends upon awareness and the power of contemplation rather than upon mere survival.” Aristotle


552. “So we must have interest first and then work with an intelligent purpose, work which is freely chosen by the individual. ”


553. “You know more of a road by having traveled it than by all the conjectures and descriptions in the world.” – William Hazlitt


554. “I get a friend to travel with me… I need somebody to bring me back to who I am. It’s hard to be alone.” – Leonardo DiCaprio


555. “A tourist is a fellow who drives thousands of miles so he can be photographed standing in front of his car.” – Emile Ganest


556. “A necessary condition for writing is to have what is called a "firm hand," that is, a hand under the control of the will. ”


557. In 1903 the Wright brothers invented airplanes, because in 1902 they took a road trip across the country with their family.”


558. “Sometimes you find yourself in the middle of nowhere, and sometimes in the middle of nowhere, you find yourself.” – Unknown


559. To move, to breathe, to fly, to float, To gain all while you give, To roam the roads of lands remote, To travel is to live.”


560. “Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.” – Mark Twain


561. “What is the use of vows? They are not what binds people. If you feel in a certain way about a thing, that binds you to it".


562. “Loewy has probably affected the daily life of more Americans than any other man of his time.” — Cosmopolitan magazine, 1950


563. Follow your heart and your intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”


564. “Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying ‘I will try again tomorrow.'”


565. “The child’s sensibility to absorb language is so great that he can acquire foreign languages at this age [birth to three]. ”


566. “You are your own teacher. Investigate yourself to find the truth ― inside, not outside. Knowing yourself is most important.”


567. My job is not to be easy on people. My job is to take these great people we have and to push them and make them even better.”


568. “In these times, more than ever before, our hope is that education will offer an aid to better the condition of the world. ”


569. “Map out your future – but do it in pencil. The road ahead is as long as you make it. Make it worth the trip.” – Jon Bon Jovi


570. I’m on the road constantly. I’m a nomad. I don’t really have a home right now. I don’t identify with one place in particular.”


571. “Sometimes the most scenic roads in life are the detours you didn’t mean to take.” – Angela N. Blount, Once Upon an Ever After


572. “The strength of even the smallest children is more than we imagine, but it must have a free play in order to reveal itself. ”


573. “Every child reveals himself, and it is remarkable how clearly individual differences stand out if we follow this procedure. ”


574. “It follows that the child can only develop fully by means of experience on his environment. We call such experience "work". ”


575. “It’s a road trip! It’s about adventure! . . . It’s not like we have somewhere to go.” – John Green, An Abundance of Katherines


576. “Sometimes very small children in a proper environment develop a skill and exactness in their work that can only surprise us. ”


577. “It follows that at the beginning of his life the individual can accomplish wonders - without effort and quite unconsciously. ”


578. “The teacher, when she begins work in our schools, must have a kind of faith that the child will reveal himself through work. ”


579. “When the child is attentive to his great work, he must respect the fact and not disturb him with either praise or correction. ”


580. “The first aim of the prepared environment is, as far as it is possible, to render the growing child independent of the adult. ”


581. I’m convinced that about half of what separates the successful entrepreneurs from the non-successful ones is pure perseverance.”


582. “Design, vitalized and simplified, will make the comforts of civilized life available to an ever-increasing number of Americans.”


583. “I can speak to my soul only when the two of us are off exploring deserts or cities or mountains or roads.” – Paulo Coelho, Aleph


584. “There is nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the stars.” – Jack Kerouac, On the Road: the Original Scroll


585. “Dance above the surface of the world. Let your thoughts lift you into creativity that is not hampered by other people’s opinion.”


586. “The word education must not be understood in the sense of teaching but of assisting the psychological development of the child. ”


587. “The child has his own laws of growth, and if we want to help him grow, we must follow him instead of imposing ourselves on him. ”


588. “Obedience is no mechanical thing, but a natural force of social cohesion, intimately related to the will, even its sublimation. ”


589. “To understand the needs of the child and to supply these so that his life develops fully, that is the aim underlying my method. ”


590. “It is a fact that anyone who lives with children, anyone who knows how to approach them with love, will always learn new things. ”


591. “I see my path, but I don’t know where it leads. Not knowing where I’m going is what inspires me to travel it.” – Rosalía de Castro


592. “I just go with the flow, I follow the yellow brick road. I don’t know where it’s going to lead me, but I follow it.” – Grace Jones


593. I climb behind the steering wheel… I drive off immediately without once looking back; it’s a long journey but it leads to freedom.”


594. “Even when I visit the most beautiful countries in the world, it’s the people I come home telling stories of.” – We Dream of Travel


595. “It may be said that that we acquire knowledge by using our minds; but the child absorbs knowledge directly into his psychic life. ”


596. “The first essential for the child's development is concentration. It lays the whole basis for his character and social behaviour. ”


597. “..the first educational influence upon a child should have as its object the guidance of the child along the way of independence. ”


598. “The charm of your society, my Sparrow, lies in not knowing what you will say next – though one rapidly learns to expect the worst!”


599. “A road trip is a way for the whole family to spend time together and annoy each other in interesting new places.” – Tom Lichtenheld


600. “At each age one must seek for the opportunity for the greatest effort, and the greatest social experience one can reach actively. ”


601. “Everything is a fruit of a human soul, and we incarnate this harvest in education, this treasury of riches handed on to us by man. ”


602. The entire road trip could be summed up as one giant attempt to keep from crashing the car during fits of rage and fits of hysteria.”


603. “Grown-ups and children must join their forces. In order to become great, the grown-up must become humble and learn from the child. ”


604. “The adult must not interfere, must not act instead of the child. Give him the means and let him act: his freedom consists of this. ”


605. “The human personality forms itself by itself, like the embryo, and the child becomes the creator of the man, the father of the man. ”


606. “He does it with his hands, by experience, first in play and then through work. The hands are the instruments of man's intelligence. ”


607. “Education should no longer be mostly imparting of knowledge, but must take a new path, seeking the release of human potentialities. ”


608. “We must study the profound and mysterious psychology of the little child, observe its development, and find what we can do to help. ”


609. “I love being on the road. I love that lifestyle, traveling city to city, rocking out and moving on to the next place.” – Caleb Johnson


610. “Gradually, we came to recognise the child’s love for order and witnessed its surprising memory of the exact position of each object. ”


611. “I have found out that there ain’t no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them.” – Mark Twain


612. “Among the revelations the child has brought us, there is one of fundamental importance, the phenomenon of normalisation through work. ”


613. “An adventure is only an inconvenience rightly considered. An inconvenience is an adventure wrongly considered.” – Gilbert K. Chesterton


614. “Thus it happens that at the age of three, life seems to begin again; for now consciousness shines forth in all its fullness and glory. ”


615. There is no passion to be found playing small-in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.” Nelson Mandela


616. “We are all travelers in the wilderness of the world & the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend.” – Robert Louis Stevenson


617. “We must proceed, not on the basis of our own ideas or on our own prejudices, not on preconceived methods, but by observing the child. ”


618. “In the home, the ideal environment for the child should also contain child-sized furniture, and utensils which he can handle himself. ”


619. The pleasure we derive from journeys is perhaps dependent more on the mindset with which we travel than on the destination we travel to.”


620. “If we correct a child we must do so very gently. We must be his interpreter; this must be our first act of charity to the human being. ”


621. “During this period the personality undergoes great changes. We have only to compare the newborn babe with the six year old to see this. ”


622. Every journey is simultaneously a beginning and an ending: I was leaving my old life behind and starting on a road trip to find a new me.”


623. “When all’s said and done, all roads lead to the same end. So it’s not so much which road you take, as how you take it.” – Charles de Lint


624. “[P]reparatory actions provide a child with a mechanism that can give an impulse that should lead to an unexpected explosion of writing. ”


625. “We must help the child to act for himself, will for himself, think for himself; this is the art of those who aspire to serve the spirit. ”


626. “In 1903 the Wright brothers invented airplanes, because in 1902 they took a road trip across the country with their family.” – Bill Engvall


627. Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”


628. “Travel teaches you a little about the world and a lot about yourself. Getting lost is the best way to find ourselves.” – We Dream of Travel


629. Do your best at every job. Don’t sleep! Success generates more success so be hungry for it. Hire good people with a passion for excellence.”


630. “Every human being has developed from a child: the energies that move humanity come from the expansion of the energies latent in children. ”


631. “Real adventure is defined best as a journey from which you may not come back alive, and certainly not as the same person.” – Yvon Chouinard


632. “...at birth all children are alike, and need the same treatment or education during the stage of embryonic growth, of mental incarnation. ”


633. “It is on this principle of the development of the child through handling interesting objects that I have built up my method of education. ”


634. “Let today be the day you stand strong in the truth of your beauty. Journey through your day without attachment to the validation of others.”


635. “Because the teacher respects each child and refrains from interference, the children treat one another with the same respect and kindness. ”


636. Road trips require a couple of things: a well balanced diet of caffeine, salt and sugar, and an excellent set of tunes - oh, and directions.”


637. “Whilst moving the objects used in our sensory exercises, the children's hands are being prepared for all the actions necessary for writing. ”


638. “Education must begin from birth. It must understand the psychological development of man. It must know of the great psychic energy of man. ”


639. “Psychological studies have shown that it is necessary to isolate the senses as far as possible if some single quality is to be brought out. ”


640. “Only those who are adapted to their environment can be said to be really normal. Adaptation is the starting point, the ground we stand on. ”


641. “The life of the spirit prepares the dynamic power for daily life, and, on its side, daily life encourages thought by means of ordinary work. ”


642. “It doesn’t matter how old you get, buying snacks for a road trip should always look like an unsupervised 9 year old was given $100.” – Unknown


643. “The child is like a genius who is compelled to do a great work; he has to form a language. This is a great thing which he has to construct. ”


644. “If we wish to make the effort of unifying human society, we must acknowledge the individual and consider the human being as such from birth. ”


645. “Then when she begins to see that it is her duty to distinguish between acts which should be prevented and those which should be observed.... ”


646. Now, on this road trip, my mind seemed to uncrinkle, to breathe, to present to itself a cure for a disease it had not, until now, known it had.”


647. “To develop a language from nothing needs a different type of mentality. This the child has. His intelligence is not of the same kind as ours. ”


648. “‘Whatever you did today is enough. Whatever you felt today is valid. Whatever you thought today isn’t to be judged.’ Repeat the above each day.”


649. “We, as adults, must play a new role – we must understand that instead of helping the child we only hinder him if we try to mold him directly. ”


650. “The child's instinct confirms the fact that work is an inherent tendency in human nature; it is the characteristic instinct of the human race. ”


651. “In each sphere there is essential work to be done; the work of the adult and the work of the child are both essential for the life of humanity. ”


652. “A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you control it.” – John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America


653. “We must respect the child and he must understand that he is respected. He needs to be prepared for everything that is going to be done for him. ”


654. “If the baby has not been able to work in accordance with the guidance of its sensitive period, it has lost its chance of a natural conquest.... ”


655. “When we see the miracle of a child walking, we take no notice because it is a daily occurrence. And yet we correct all his small peccadilloes. ”


656. “Fifty years from now, when you’re looking back at your life, don’t you want to be able to say you had the guts to get in the car?“ – Transformers


657. “The staircase is a perfect piece of equipment for them [the children] to exercise on. They climb up little by little. It is a great joy to them. ”


658. “A marvellous fact is that this absorbent mind never feels fatigue. It is just like a camera: it clicks, and everything is there all of a sudden. ”


659. Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me. Going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful, that’s what matters to me.”


660. “If we continue to exclusively address adult concerns, the void which is one of the main causes of today’s social imbalances will be perpetuated. ”


661. “There is thus a secret in the soul of the child, impossible to penetrate unless he himself reveals it as little by little he builds up his being. ”


662. “The chief symptom of adolescence is a state of expectation, a tendency towards creative work and a need for the strengthening of self-confidence. ”


663. “It is interesting to notice that where life is simple and natural and where the children participate in the adult’s life, they are calm and happy. ”


664. “It is a recognised fact that this is an age of maximum effort, which should be supported, and further that children show an instinct of imitation. ”


665. “Psychologists who have studied children's growth from birth to University age maintain that this can be divided into various and distinct periods. ”


666. “Others, as a result of careful study, have come to the conclusion that the first two years are the most important in the whole span of human life. ”


667. “Once I began to realize that there were no rules and that my path didn’t have to look like everyone else’s, I relaxed and my whole world opened up.”


668. “We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” – Walt Disney


669. “The duty of the teacher is only to present new things when she knows that a child has exhausted all the possibilities of those he was using before. ”


670. “The child does not grow in a uniform way day by day, at the same rate. In growth there are crises, somewhat like the metamorphosis of the insects. ”


671. “Please understand, I have been waiting to leave ever since I figured out that there were roads willing to take me anywhere I wanted to go.” – Unknown


672. “My best nights of sleep are not in a king sized bed, they’re in the back of an overpacked station wagon parked under the stars.” – We Dream of Travel


673. “Because the greatest part of a road trip isn’t arriving at your destination. It’s all the wild stuff that happens along the way.” – Emma Chase, Tamed


674. “How much fuller and richer life would be if we saw the child in all his greatness, all his beauty, instead of focusing on all his little mistakes? ”


675. “I alienated the automotive industry by saying that cars should be lightweight and compact.. I’d also kill chrome forever, or any other applied junk.”


676. My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” Maya Angelou


677. “... prophets and poets speak often of love as it if were an ideal; but it is not just an ideal, it is, has always been, and will ever be, a reality. ”


678. The quality of a person’s life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor.” Vince Lombardi


679. “The teacher's task is not to talk, but to prepare and arrange a series of motives for cultural activity in a special environment made for the child. ”


680. “An adventure is never an adventure when it happens. An adventure is simply physical and emotional discomfort recollected in tranquility.” – Tim Cahill


681. If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much.” Jim Rohn


682. “All over the world children achieve the same things at the same age. They begin to walk at the same time, begin to utter syllables at the same time. ”


683. “Another thing which at the time seemed strange was the need for order which developed in the children. They put everything back in its proper place. ”


684. “The entire road trip could be summed up as one giant attempt to keep from crashing the car during fits of rage and fits of hysteria.” – Kari Martindale


685. “We must help children from the very beginning. We must give them the right environment because they have to adapt themselves to a strange new world. ”


686. “The child is much more spiritually elevated than is usually supposed. He often suffers, not from too much work, but from work that is unworthy of him. ”


687. “The school must permit the free, natural manifestations of the child if in the school scientific pedagogy is to be born. This is the essential reform. ”


688. “The American tendency in travel; one goes not so much to see, but to tell of it afterward.” – John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America


689. “The child works to become [an adult]; by an inner force which urges him to continual activity he acquires little by little his mature characteristics. ”


690. “It is not that man must develop in order to work, but that man must work in order to develop. The work of the hand is the expression of psychic growth. ”


691. “...an individual is disciplined when he is the master of himself and when he can, as a consequence, control himself when he must follow a rule of life. ”


692. “He will learn from the child himself the ways and means to his own education, that is he will learn from the child how to perfect himself as a teacher. ”


693. “...action is connected with sight, for we need to see where we are setting our feet, and when our hands are at work we need to see what they are doing. ”


694. “The adult ought never to mould the child after himself, but should leave him alone and work always from the deepest comprehension of the child himself. ”


695. “The teacher, in this first period, before concentration has shown itself, must be like the flame which heartens all by its warmth, enlivens and invites. ”


696. “The freedom of the open road is seductive, serendipitous and absolutely liberating.” – Aaron Lauritsen, 100 Days Drive: The Great North American Road Trip


697. “Starting from this state of order, the movements of the children daily become more perfect and coordinated. They learn to reflect upon their own actions. ”


698. “If to strive to get the means of life and happiness is called “work”, we see that each does not only work for himself, but to maintain balance and order. ”


699. “How is it that the two-year-old uses the language he finds in his environment, despite the difficulties this may involve, without the help of a teacher? ”


700. “The pleasure we derive from journeys is perhaps dependent more on the mindset with which we travel than on the destination we travel to.” – Alain de Botton


701. “Actually, a child has only a sensible appreciation of these proportions, but his mind is trained on the basic data that prepares the way for mathematics. ”


702. “So, from the age of three till six, being able to now to tackle his environment deliberately and consciously, he begins a period of real constructiveness. ”


703. “A designer must always think about the unfortunate production engineer who will have to manufacture what you have designed; try to understand his problems.”


704. “It’s shape is aggressively female – a quality that in merchandise, as in life, sometime transcends functionalism.” — referring to the Coca-Cola bottle shape


705. “I therefore began by having school equipment made proportionate to the size of the children that satisfied the need they had of moving about intelligently. ”


706. “It is clear that the foundations of man are laid down during this period. When a baby is born, it is not a man that is born. Yet it is the origins of man. ”


707. “...if men had only used speech to communicate their thought, if their wisdom had been expressed in words alone, no traces would remain of past generations. ”


708. “It is not nature alone, but nature and the environment together, that give us the miracle of the little child, the miracle of the little child who speaks. ”


709. “The study of the child… may have an infinitely wider influence, extending to all human questions. In the mind of the child we may find the key to progress…. ”


710. “For the first time we realized that the young child has powers which are lost as it grows older. It is a matter of the evolution of each life individually. ”


711. “Democracy begins at birth. The child must know what is going to happen to him, that he will not be seized suddenly, that his permission will be asked first. ”


712. “Written language, therefore, must not be considered merely as a subject in schools, and a part of culture. It is, rather, a characteristic of civilised man. ”


713. “We need to change our attitude and see the greatness of the child’s achievements rather than the small and dry leaves of his errors (errors we have caused). ”


714. Sometimes life’s going to hit you in the head with a brick. Don’t lose faith. I’m convinced that the only thing that kept me going was that I loved what I did.”


715. “Inner forces affect his choice, and if someone usurps the function of this guide, the child is prevented from developing either his will or his concentration. ”


716. “In studying the Montessori Method we go straight to a very interesting central point: the extraordinary manifestation of the psychic life of the young child. ”


717. “It is a mind endowed with special psychic powers, which we lose later, because whatever we adults want to acquire we have to acquire with effort and fatigue. ”


718. “The greatest help you can give your children is the freedom to go about their own work in their own way, for in this matter your child knows better than you. ”


719. “You don’t choose the day you enter the world and you don’t choose the day you leave. It’s what you do in between that makes all the difference.” – Anna Spetimus


720. “I travel not to go anywhere but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” – Robert Louis Stevenson, Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes


721. “It is movement that interests the child in music, and it is by movement that the very tiny child can arrive at understanding music with considerable delicacy. ”


722. You have to be burning with an idea, or a problem, or a wrong that you want to right. If you’re not passionate enough from the start, you’ll never stick it out.”


723. “Even though I have studied this question for a long time, I am continually surprised. I understand more and more how advanced and able small children can be. ”


724. “Here then is the essential principle of education: to teach details is to bring confusion; to establish the relationship between things is to bring knowledge. ”


725. “The secret of good teaching is to regard the child's intelligence as a fertile field in which seeds may be sown, to grow under the heat of flaming imagination. ”


726. Management is about persuading people to do things they do not want to do, while leadership is about inspiring people to do things they never thought they could.”


727. “The man is understood and respected, but not the child. We must respect the child, too. We must handle his body with great care, because he is a potential man. ”


728. “The child is the spiritual builder of mankind, and obstacles to his free development are the stones in the wall by which the soul of man has become imprisoned. ”


729. “It is true that each one of us has not always been a grown-up person. We have, each of us, been a child. From the child has come our personality, our humanity. ”


730. “The secret of a happy life is congenial work. Work is purposeful activity. Man is the foremost worker in creation. Man's work has changed the face of the earth. ”


731. “Don’t ask yourself what the world needs, ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go do that. Because what the world needs are people who have come alive.”


732. “Road trips require a couple of things: a well-balanced diet of caffeine, salt and sugar and an excellent selection of tunes – oh, and directions.” – Jenn McKinlay.


733. “This first year seems to be dedicated by nature to fixing and reproducing, through the delicate movements of these coordinated fibers, the sounds of a language. ”


734. “The school must be invigorated by a new spirit, animated by a wise teacher, wiser than any other human being because he knows and respects the laws of education. ”


735. “Being yourself means shedding all the layers of looking good, wanting to be liked, being scared to stand out, and trying to be who you think people want you to be.”


736. “The baby is next endowed with an urge, or need, to face the outside world and to absorb it.... By absorbing what he finds about him, he forms his own personality. ”


737. “Language is one the characteristics which distinguish man from the animals. It is a gift of nature bestowed on him alone. It is an expression of his intelligence. ”


738. “Have you ever heard anyone say – in any part of the world – that the child must benefit from this democracy, from this justice? Civilisation is made for the adult. ”


739. “The composition of words caused some real surprises. Children showed a great interest in the spoken language which they already possessed and sought to analyse it. ”


740. “So many childish activities seem trivial to grown-ups, but a child’s concentration is not a trivial thing. Break that often enough and he will suffer all his life. ”


741. “Children have a tendency to imitate. They must adapt to this world and be able to do all the things that are done in the environment. They imitate for this reason. ”


742. “I climb behind the steering wheel… I drive off immediately without once looking back; it’s a long journey but it leads to freedom.” – Corinne Hofmann, The White Masai


743. “This means that it is not enough to set the child among objects in proportion to his size and strength; the adult who is to help him must have learned how to do so. ”


744. “Education should not limit itself to seeking new methods for a mostly arid transmission of knowledge: its aim must be to give the necessary aid to human development. ”


745. “Happiness is not the whole aim of education. A man must be independent in his powers and character; able to work and assert his mastery over all that depends on him. ”


746. “The teacher should clear the table of everything else before presenting any piece of apparatus. This leads to order and fixes the attention on the activity at hand. ”


747. Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change you.”


748. “It is in this stage that ‘vocation’ and ‘militancy’ occur. These children want to make a direct contribution to society and have it recognized. It is something new. ”


749. “A teacher who is urged on by a profound reverence for life, while she is making her interesting observations, should respect the gradual unfolding of a child's life. ”


750. “The didactic material must be always beautiful, shining and in good repair, with nothing missing, so that it looks new to the child, and is complete and ready for use. ”


751. “So there are two plans: one is to disseminate knowledge, to follow a syllabus. The other is to look to the life of man and serve it, and in serving it, help humanity. ”


752. “Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey.” – Pat Conroy


753. “It is hoped that when this sentiment of love for all subjects can be aroused in children, people in general will become more human, and brutal wars will come to an end. ”


754. “I have said enough if I have persuaded you to undertake for yourself the interesting experiment of a visit to one of our schools to watch the happy little ones at work. ”


755. “As an American citizen who still loves his native country, France, it is heartwarming to see that this country appreciates the beauty and taste that all Frenchmen prize.”


756. “In those mysterious places of the brain is a god, a sleeping self, who seems to be awakened by the music of the human voice, a divine call, setting fibres in vibration. ”


757. “Writing is a complex act which needs to be analysed. One part of it has reference to motor mechanisms and the other represents a real and proper effort of the intellect. ”


758. “The child who has never learned to act alone, to direct his own actions, to govern his own will, grows into an adult who is easily led and must always lean upon others. ”


759. “Now what is it that strikes the imagination? Above all, grandeur and, next, mystery. The imagination is then able to reconstruct the whole when it knows the real detail. ”


760. “So what we call the first level of obedience is that in which the child can obey, but not always. It is a period in which obedience and disobedience seem to be combined. ”


761. “The newborn child is an inert being, but this inert being has this power and we must marvel at it. Our attitude must be to do what we can to nurture the creation of man. ”


762. “In our schools the environment itself teaches the children. The teacher only puts the child in direct contact with the environment, showing him how to use various things. ”


763. My philosophy of life is that if we make up our mind what we are going to make of our lives, then work hard toward that goal, we never lose-somehow we win out.” Ronald Reagan


764. “On the road again, Goin’ places that I’ve never been, Seein’ things that I may never see again, And I can’t wait to get on the road again” – Willie Nelson, On The Road Again


765. “When you take the next cube, emphasize the degree of exactness required in placing the cubes, otherwise the children will not repeat the exercise as often as they should. ”


766. “We do not aim at making a reform in the manner of writing. This would be completely foreign to our goal. We only wish to facilitate writing, no matter what kind it may be. ”


767. “Truly there is an urgent need today of reforming the methods of instruction and education, and he who aims at such a renewal in struggling for the regeneration of mankind. ”


768. “Psychologists interested in adolescent education think of it as a period of so much psychic transformation that it bears comparison with the first period from birth to six. ”


769. “A child’s will only begins to act after the conscious mind is sufficiently developed. Until then we must speak of the will of nature, and not of the will of the individual. ”


770. “When we think about mixed ages, we must make sure we aren't starving children intellectually or physically ... we should not have a supermarket, but just what is essential. ”


771. “We give the child nourishing food so that his little body may grow, and in just the same way we must provide him with suitable nourishment for his mental and moral growth. ”


772. “But I give best when I give from that deeper place; when I give simply, freely and generously, and sometimes for no particular reason. I give best when I give from my heart.”


773. “All the social and moral habits that shape a man's personality...are formed during infancy, in virtue of that mysterious mental power that psychologists have called "Mneme". ”


774. “We must not help the child to walk, and if his hands wants to work, we must give him motives of activity, and leave him to proceed to ever greater conquests of independence. ”


775. “It is so helpful to a child when we try to understand his efforts. The child truly suffers when he cannot make himself understood and this suffering has great consequences. ”


776. “Every journey is simultaneously a beginning and an ending: I was leaving my old life behind and starting on a road trip to find a new me.” – Debi Tolbert Duggar, Riding Soul-O


777. “The essential reform is this: to put the adolescent on the road to achieving economic independence. We might call it a "school of experience in the elements of social life.” ”


778. “We must speak clearly to the child, give him the right words and repeat them often for him. In this way we can stimulate the explosion into language, which is being prepared. ”


779. “We can see clearly what is necessary to give in order to help the child. It is to give the possibility of independence, of living together and carrying out social experiences. ”


780. “At birth, the child has to make an enormous effort to adapt. It is the birth of a spirit with mysterious potentialities, of a being who must adapt himself to the environment. ”


781. “When a child is tirelessly trying to make patterns with his blocks simply because he is interested, there is no need for outside discipline, the child is disciplining himself. ”


782. “The freeing of a child consists in removing as far as possible these obstacles through a close and thorough study of the secret needs of early childhood in order to assist it. ”


783. “It would seem that more than function itself, simplicity is the deciding factor in the aesthetic equation. One might call the process beauty through function and simplification.”


784. “But the child too is a worker and a producer. If he cannot take part in the adult's work, he has his own, a great, important, difficult work indeed - the work of producing man. ”


785. “All animals and vegetables, superior animals, inferior animals, insects, etc., have a cosmic task. All are agents, maintainers and conservers of this order in the environment. ”


786. “This [childhood] is the time of great powers and deep mysteries: the human being develops like a seed hidden in the earth that germinates and grows to become a spike of wheat. ”


787. “If we give children the right environment and this warm care [of the adult], we will see all their naughtiness disappear without any advice or the need to follow any examples. ”


788. “The role of the child in humanity, the role that has caused him to be called ‘father of man’ and ‘force which directs the formation of man’ seems to be still generally ignored. ”


789. Remember your dreams and fight for them. You must know what you want from life. There is just one thing that makes your dream become impossible: the fear of failure.” Paulo Coelho


790. “The principal agent is the object itself and not the instruction given by the teacher. It is the child who uses the objects; it is the child who is active, and not the teacher. ”


791. “No one can be free if he is not independent, therefore, in order to attain this independence, the active manifestations of personal liberty must be guided from earliest infancy. ”


792. “Nature has this beautiful arrangement in which everybody, while striving for his own life and happiness, does something for the improvement and conservation of the environment. ”


793. “Children of three or four will concentrate for an hour at a time without effort, and we are careful not to destroy this new power by the arbitrary demands of a fixed timetable. ”


794. “Afoot and light-hearted I take to the open road, Healthy, free, the world before me, The long brown path before me leading wherever I choose.” – Walt Whitman, Song of the Open Road


795. “Have you ever seen a child, flushed with the new accomplishment of putting on his socks and shoes, dеliberately take them off in order to go through the whole performance again? ”


796. “In many cases it is hypocrisy for the designer to talk of ‘functional design’ when they have become too fat with too many facilities, too many materials which they use wastefully.”


797. “We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm, and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.” – Jawaharlal Nehru


798. “We only have to look at civilisation to realise the greatness of which man is capable. But we are focused on his errors and mistakes, not on his greatness. The fault lies with us. ”


799. “How is it that the child, born mute and unaware, comes to use a grammatically correct language to express the desires and thoughts that arise in the great mystery of his becoming? ”


800. “Children have a kind of instinct, a special sensibility, which urges them to acquire new words. Between three and five years especially, the child’s mind continues to absorb words. ”


801. “If the children are free, we can see how they have this great desire, not only to eat and play, but for something elevating. Right from the beginning they have this marvelous wish. ”


802. “The child in the postnatal (or psychological) period of his embryonic life, absorbs from the world about him the distinctive patterns to which the social life of his group conforms. ”


803. “To make it clear whether or not a child has understood, we should see whether he can form a vision of it within the mind, whether he has gone beyond the level of mere understanding. ”


804. “But, above all it is the education of adolescents that is important, because adolescence is the time when the child enters on the state of adulthood and becomes a member of society. ”


805. “It is often not enough for children to do a thing once or twice, but they will perform the same simple action over and over again until they seem to have satisfied some inner urge. ”


806. “Language is one of the most striking things he absorbs – one of the characteristics of man – but later he absorbs everything. He becomes a living representative of living humanity. ”


807. “The new education does not consist in merely providing means for the development of individual actions, but also in giving a child the freedom of disposing of these actions himself. ”


808. “Now, on this road trip, my mind seemed to uncrinkle, to breathe, to present to itself a cure for a disease it had not, until now, known it had.” – Elizabeth Berg, The Year of Pleasures


809. “The nature of this educational work begins to take shape. It consists in cultivating the immense potential of the individual in order that his hidden energies may develop wholesomely. ”


810. “We must let the child walk and notice how he walks. His legs are short in comparison to ours and therefore he walks more slowly. Not only this, but the child explores the environment. ”


811. “But the child too is a worker and a producer. If he cannot take part in the adult's work, he has his own, a great, important, difficult work indeed - the work of producing [an adult]. ”


812. “This is the hope we have – a hope in a new humanity that will come from this new education, an education that is a collaboration of man and the universe that is a help for evolution. ”


813. Road trips are the equivalent of human wings. Ask me to go on one, any one. We’ll stop in every small town and learn the history and the stories, feel the ground, and capture the spirit.


814. “He learns everything without knowing he is learning it, and in doing so he passes little by little from the unconscious to the conscious, treading always in the paths of joy and love. ”


815. “The child has infinite possibilities which were not known before. Little children have lived in the world for thousands and thousands of years and no one has ever been aware of them. ”


816. “The obedience which is expected of the child both in the home and in the school – and obedience admitting neither of reason nor of justice – prepares man to be docile to blind forces. ”


817. “Naughtiness will disappear if we give children the right environment at a sufficiently early age. This environment must provide a great deal of mental food and warm, loving treatment. ”


818. “It is through movement that the child arrives at understanding music. It is not only by playing and singing for the child that this happens; he must understand it by his own movements. ”


819. “The objects that are used for practical life ...are objects used where a child lives and which he sees employed in his own home, but they are especially made to a size that he can use. ”


820. “These three periods, from birth to six, from six to twelve, and from twelve to eighteen, are clearly distinguishable from one another, in terms of both physical and mental development. ”


821. “From toothbrushes to automobiles, Raymond Loewy’s streamlined designs of thousands of consumer goods and their packaging radically changed the look of American life.” — The New York Times


822. “...by offering the child the story of the universe, we give him something a thousand times more infinite and mysterious to reconstruct with his imagination, a drama no fable can reveal. ”


823. “If we touch children, we touch humanity. We must educate adults to realize that we can only better humanity through the child. We must realize that the child is the builder of the man. ”


824. We all have that one friend who is either on a roadtrip or planning a roadtrip or thinking about a road-trip or talking to people who are on a roadtrip or posting quotes about a roadtrip.”


825. “If we would but think it, the carrying out of a practical life affords an abundance of exercise, and the gymnasium for perfecting one's actions is the very environment in which he lives. ”


826. “When we learn a language as children, we learn it with ease and exactness. The only language we possess perfectly is the one we call our mother tongue and which we acquired as children. ”


827. “The more the capacity to concentrate is developed, the more often the profound tranquility in work is achieved, then the clearer will be the manifestation of discipline within the child. ”


828. “We are completely on the wrong track when we believe that expensive toys should keep a child happy, or that the child who has a nanny to do everything for him is particularly fortunate. ”


829. “I am a spirit, who has a soul, and lives in a body. It’s so easy to get consumed with the temporal, I like to remind myself my true nature is unseen and unmoved by the cares of this world.”


830. “It is obvious that man is born to work both with his hands and with his mind. This makes man the creator unique, and his hands and his mind must do their work together in functional unity. ”


831. “Our part is to give help when we are asked. If we are careful not to interfere with a child’s activities and interests as long as they are not harmful, nature will see to his development. ”


832. “A blend of stylist, engineer and poll taker, the designer operates in the mysterious sphere of popular taste and prejudice. His tools are color, shape, texture.” — John Kobler, Time magazine


833. “A child must go where he can hear people speaking. But he is more fortunate if he has little children speaking around him because they talk incessantly and he will hear a great deal more. ”


834. “If one sense is isolated, it seems to be enhanced in its power of perception. The possibility of perception is more profound. It is the concentration of the conscious mind upon that sense. ”


835. “Children need to carry heavy things at this age. It is necessary to their development. They are porters and like it immensely; for one and a half years or more children carry heavy things. ”


836. Communication is a skill that you can learn. It’s like riding a bicycle or typing. If you’re willing to work at it, you can rapidly improve the quality of every part of your life.” Brian Tracy


837. “Harmonious relation between adult and child does not depend only on their loving each other. Rather, mutual understanding and love depend on whether the child has acquired his independence. ”


838. “It is through appropriate work and activities that the character of the child is transformed. Work influences his development in the same way that food revives the vigour of a starving man. ”


839. “We must, therefore, quit our roles as jailers and instead take care to prepare an environment in which we do as little as possible to exhaust the child with our surveillance and instruction. ”


840. “Imitation is the tool given by nature to children to help them adapt to the particular place where they were born and that enables them to adapt to the customs of their specific environment. ”


841. “Children like to learn all the courtesies of social life. If one teaches them, they are interested to know how to greet, how to excuse themselves when they pass in front of other people etc. ”


842. “Life alone can say: 'In my service is perfect freedom!' Work as the cosmic expression is ever a necessity of life and a joy; its shirking means extinction, the doom of original disobedience. ”


843. “We didn’t realize what the repercussions might be decades later.. America became flooded by cheap, sleazy junk bought by consumers who saw gaudiness as a mark of advanced ‘futuristic’ design.”


844. “Whoever seeks a new path to guide humanity to a higher level must look to the child as to a new teacher who brings a new light. As such we have come to know him and as such we venerate him. ”


845. “Evolution, in the history of life, is a slow process. Education, however, the type of education I am speaking about, will certainly be an element to reach the loftiness destined to humanity. ”


846. “If you consider this absorbent mind in relation to language, you will understand how necessary it is to put a small child among people who speak well and correctly, and who talk a great deal. ”


847. “The teacher's task is no small or easy one! He has to prepare a huge amount of knowledge to satisfy the child's mental hunger, and he is not, like the ordinary teacher, limited by a syllabus. ”


848. “The impressive revelation was the fact that small children can do a greater quantity of work with greater perfection than older ones. And the younger children derive great happiness from it. ”


849. “We must clearly understand that when we give the child freedom and independence, we are giving freedom to a worker already braced for action, who cannot live without working and being active. ”


850. “When the child has mastered equilibrium he needs to practice it through exercise, so that his sense of balance may be perfected. It is only logical that a child must walk if he is to do this. ”

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