Trying To Change Quotes by Beth Ditto, Darren Hardy, Albert Einstein, Paul Beatty, Neville Goddard, Deepak Chopra and many others.
Girls are taught to sing high and pretty, like Antony, not low and from the guts like Nina Simone. But we’re slowly trying to change that. There are so many things we’re not told growing up, and it’s our true feminist responsibility to take the truth to the people who need to hear it.
When it comes to breaking old habits and starting new ones, remember to be patient with yourself. If you’ve spent twenty, thirty, or forty years or more repeating the behaviors you’re now trying to change, you’ve got to expect it’s going to take time and effort before you see lasting results.
A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.
I had a student once come up to me and we were talking about this incident, and, of course, I never had the right thing to say. But later on, I realized I should have said: Don’t write about trying to change the world, just write about a changed world or a world that’s not changing. Let that do the work.
Stop trying to change the world since it is only the mirror. ManвЂ™s attempt to change the world by force is as fruitless as breaking a mirror in the hope of changing his face. Leave the mirror and change your face. Leave the world alone and change your conceptions of yourself.
We are who we are, and when you accept people instead of trying to change them to fit your needs, your relationships can fully blossom.
ItвЂ™s not about trying to change the world, itвЂ™s about trying to not be changed by it
We don’t need to justify love; it is there or not there. Real love is accepting other people the way they are without trying to change them.
My music is just about story telling. I don’t have much to say, and I’m not trying to change anyone’s mind. I’m just singing through conviction about what I love and what I care about, starting with the very small.
Whenever you bring up women’s internal workings, guys want to change the subject. Unless, of course, they’re trying to change the laws.
I see things going on before my eyes and I photograph them as they are, without trying to change them. I don’t warn people beforehand. That’s why I’m a chronicler. I speak about us and I speak about myself.
Acting is one thing, but actually trying to change the world and the way people think to make people’s lives better? That’s the stuff I’m most proud of.
Don’t write about trying to change the world, just write about a changed world or a world that’s not changing. Let that do the work.
Trying to change social, national, or global realities without working on human consciousness means there is no serious intention.
Quite apart from anything else, my experience is trying to change things for the better makes you feel better, healthier. Humans are communicative animals: when you do good in a community, the benefits eventually get back to you.
I’m a social writer in the sense that I want to record, but not in the sense of trying to change people’s minds.
If you begin to understand what you are without trying to change it, then what you are undergoes a transformation.