Looking To The Future Quotes by Eckhart Tolle, George Fernandes, Warren W. Wiersbe, Ian Somerhalder, George Stephanopoulos, Pope Francis and many others.
People look to the future for salvation, but the future never arrives.
One should learn from the past, but one should not live in the past. My concern is to look to the future, learn from the past, and deal with the present.
The past can be a rudder that guides you or an anchor tha hinders you. Leave your mistakes with God and look to the future by faith.
I learned from my past, and I now employ those lessons going forward, looking to the future – don’t you think it’s about time our government did, too?
Looking to the future, the words uncertain and scared near the top but hopeful and optimistic prevail and beneath the division one sign of civility, 73 percent of Americans have a close friend or family member who voted for an opposing candidate.
The time has come for the Church to take up the joyful call to mercy once more. It is time to return to the basics and to bear the weaknesses and struggles of our brothers and sisters. Mercy is the force that reawakens us to new life and instils in us the courage to look to the future with hope.
Do not regret the past. Look to the future.
Evolution never looks to the future.
I think when you look to the future what you’ll find is that the Republican Party is building a bigger party base on stronger values.
I’m totally not a nostalgic person. I always look to the future and as much as I’ve enjoyed the ride until now and the different phases, I’m more excited about the next music.
I look to the future because that’s where I’m going to spend the rest of my life.
If we look to the future, when we talk about outsourcing jobs, when we talk about global competitiveness and our efficiency, none of that matters very much unless we have appropriate training and education for our young people today who are the workforce of tomorrow. It is an economic reality, and we are failing.
Sorrow, anger and resentment look back, worry looks around, while faith, hope, and optimism look to the future.
The habit of looking to the future and thinking that the whole meaning of the present lies in what it will bring forth is a pernicious one. There can be no value in the whole unless there is value in the parts.
We’re not even thinking about (the postseason) right now. We’ve been in a slump, so we’re taking things day by day. We aren’t looking to the future because we haven’t addressed the present.
Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.
For me, my dream came true. But for society it showed me that people want to move on, to look to the future. We said something, we made a statement.