Relationships With Others Quotes by Tom Brokaw, Stephen Covey, Tony Alessandra, Rajneesh, Josef Albers, Daniel J. Siegel and many others.
In your pursuit of your passions, always be young. In your relationship with others, always be grown-up.
Our greatest joy and our greatest pain comes in our relationships with others.
Interactive management requires open, honest, and tension-free relationships with others. You do this by negotiating relationships and sharing, so that everybody wins.
In relationship with others, it is only you mirrored.
I think art parallels life; it is not a report on nature or on intimate disclosure of inner secrets. Color, in my opinion, behaves like man — in two distinct ways: first in self-realization and then in the realization of relationships with others.
Interpersonal experience shapes the mind as it continues to develop throughout the lifespan… Interactions with the environment, especially relationships with other people, directly shape the development of the brain’s structure and function.
What greater thing is there for two human souls than to feel that they are joined – to strengthen each other – to be at one with each other in silent unspeakable memories.
One of the best ways to educate our hearts is to look at our interaction with other people, because our relationships with others are fundamentally a reflection of our relationship with ourselves.
The primary place where most people lose energy is in their relationships with others. That means you lose your energy in your interactions with the people you know best.
I have learned so much more about Islam in conversation with Jews and Christians and Hindus. I feel like that is part of the beauty of life on Earth – that we discover and develop what it means to be Muslim or Christian or Jewish not in isolation from others, but precisely in relationship with others.
We benefit from doing nothing, from going out to play, from giving from the heart and spending time in nature. Most of all we benefit from having healthy, strong, and loving relationships with other people and from exercising the altruistic parts of ourselves.
Problems in relationship occur because each person is concentrating on what is missing in the other person.
Private victories precede public victories.
It is futile to put personality ahead of character, to try to improve relationships with others before improving ourselves.
The amount you laugh in your relationships with others is the true measure of the health of your personality.
The beginning of love is to let those we love be perfectly themselves, and not to twist them to fit our own image. Otherwise we love only the reflection of ourselves we find in them.
to feed, help, protect, comfort, console, support, nurse, or heal to be fed, helped, nursed, protected, comforted, consoled, supported, nursed, or healed to form mutually enjoyable, enduring, cooperating and reciprocating relationship with Other, with an equal to be forgiven to be loved to be free