Ray Of Hope Quotes by Emil Brunner, Mahatma Gandhi, Harry Nilsson, Lee Hyeon-seo, Billy Graham, Albert Einstein and many others.
What oxygen is to the lungs, such is hope to the meaning of life.
Khaddar brings a ray of hope to the widow’s broken-up home.
I do believe that most men live lives of quiet desperation. For despair, optimism is the only practical solution. Hope is practical. Because eliminate that and it’s pretty scary. Hope at least gives you the option of living.
The kindness of strangers and the support of the international community are truly the rays of hope we North Korean people need.
Perhaps the greatest psychological, spiritual, and medical need that all people have is the need for hope.
Learn from yesterday, live for today.
You hear, Eugene?’ said Lightwood over his shoulder. ‘You are deeply interested in lime.’ ‘Without lime,’ returned that unmoved barrister at law, ‘my existence would be unilluminated by a ray of hope.
Learn From Yesterday, Live for Today, hope for tomorrow.
You know, the streets are filled with vipers Who’ve lost all ray of hope You know, it ain’t even safe no more In the palace of the Pope
Our eternal message of hope is that dawn will come.
There is one ray of hope. It seems to me that today the responsible leaders of the several peoples have, in the main, the honest will to abolish war.
Someday all you will have to light your way will be a single ray of hope and that will be enough.
Every area of trouble gives out a ray of hope; and the one unchangeable certainty is that nothing is certain or unchangeable.
Even every ray of hope destroyed and not a wish to gild the gloom.
This budget is a Sanjeevani (new life) and an Arunoday (sunrise) for the last man in the line. This budget converts hopes and aspirations of the people into trust. It adds a new ray of hope for the poor and downtrodden sections of the society.
We need new words for what this is, this hunger entering our loneliness like birds, stunning our eyes into rays of hope. we need the flutter that can save us, something that will swirl across the face of what we have become and bring us grace.
God puts rainbows in the clouds so that each of us – in the dreariest and most dreaded moments – can see a possibility of hope.