Comfortable Life Quotes by Albert Einstein, Paulo Coelho, David Oyelowo, Angela Duckworth, Kangana Ran, Adolf Eichmann and many others.
It is not a lack of real affection that scares me away again and again from marriage. Is it a fear of the comfortable life, of nice furniture, of dishonor that I burden myself with, or even the fear of becoming a contented bourgeois.
Leave your comfortable life and go in search of your kingdom.
My parents are very hard working people who did everything they could for their children. I have two brothers and they worked dog hard to give us an education and provide us with the most comfortable life possible. My dad provided for his family daily. So, yes, that is definitely in my DNA.
Striving is exhausting. Sometimes I do say things like, ‘I wish I were not quite this driven to be excellent.’ It’s not a comfortable life. It’s not relaxed. I’m not relaxed as a person. I mean, I’m not unhappy. But… it’s the opposite of being comfortable.
Money can’t buy everything, but it can buy most of it. Because of money, I could give my parents a comfortable life.
Now that I look back, I realize that a life predicated on being obedient is a very comfortable life indeed. Living in such a way reduces to a minimum one’s own need to think.
All growth starts at the end of your comfort zone.
Somehow, people get very nervous about leaving the comfortable life of rules behind and never take the chance to develop their own internal voice, to listen to their own consciousness.
I’m O.K. having a comfortable life. I don’t have to live in a mansion and drive Aston Martins or Ferraris.
Our aims are absolutely clear: They are a high living standard in the country and a secure, free and comfortable life.
When you become comfortable with uncertainty, infinite possibilities open up in your life.
If I only wanted money and a comfortable life, I would have stayed in Ukraine.
Pentagon’s readiness and modernization problems are not due to budget cuts. The are the result of habitual modes of conduct evolved during the Cold War and a desire by the Military-Industrial-Congressional Complex (MICC) to protect its comfortable life style in a world that is changing rapidly.
I think I have got comfort, beautiful kids; I can do whatever I want, travel around the world… I know it’s sounding very materialistic, but it’s been a comfortable life.
Now that I look back, I realize that a life predicated on being obedient and taking orders is a very comfortable life indeed. Living in such a way reduces to a minimum one’s need to think.
I think we live in a culture where it is really difficult to get privacy because everything is so accessible. It’s very difficult to maintain your comfortable life with a sort of mystique.
No sooner do we think we have assembled a comfortable life than we find a piece of ourselves that has no place to fit in.
Religion increasingly is tending to degenerate into a decent formula wherewith to embellish a comfortable life.
A successful economy depends on the proliferation of the rich, on creating a large class of risk-taking men who are willing to shun the easy channels of a comfortable life in order to create new enterprise, win huge profits, and invest them again.
I live a perfectly happy and comfortable life in Blair’s Britain, but I can’t work up much affection for the culture we’ve created for ourselves: it’s too cynical, too knowing, too ironic, too empty of real value and meaning.
I had a very comfortable life, but there were people who spent their life in prison, whose families were destroyed.
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a cash advance.
Most everything that you want is just outside your comfort zone.
I led a comfortable life, went to good schools and was privileged in many ways, but my father worked hard. We never considered ourselves rich.
We forget how the Greeks and Romans prevailed magnificently in a barbaric world and how that triumph ended-how a slackness and softness finally overcame them to their ruin. In the end, more than they wanted freedom, they wanted security and a comfortable life; and they lost all-comfort and security and freedom.
I had my freedom, and I had my comfortable life, but I couldn’t accept the fact that the politicians were making it increasingly difficult for my kids and millions of others to achieve their dreams as I had achieved mine. So, in 2012, I ran for president.
With ‘Back to the Future’, time-traveling lets you go back to a better, more comfortable life where your parents are happy and you have a lot of money – the capitalistic version of time travel.
What is needed to attain happiness is not a comfortable life, but a heart in love, such as Christ’s.
If you just want a comfortable life, the awards, and pats on the back then you play Christian Hip Hop safe. Because playing it safe will give you consistency, but if you’re really in this to see peoples lives transform then you’re gonna have to do some risk assessment – it is costly to rally try to impact people.
Do the Difficult and Uncomfortable If You Would Like an Easy and Comfortable Life.
You may not always have a comfortable life and you will not always be able to solve all of the world’s problems at once but don’t ever underestimate the importance you can have because history has shown us that courage can be contagious and hope can take on a life of its own.
I am more more terrified of living a comfortable life in a self-serving society and failing to follow Jesus than I am of any illness or tragedy.
Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.
I know I have a successful career, a successful life. If I sit and say, ‘Look, I have a comfortable life,’ and I… just think about myself, I don’t think that would be fair. That would be very selfish. Because everything I do in my life is to benefit my people.
Many jazz artists go to L.A. seeking a more comfortable life and then they really stop playing.
My family endured a big crisis after my father’s business went bankrupt and we went from having a comfortable life to having virtually nothing. I saw from that moment how fragile and precarious life can be and you have to work very hard not just to survive but also to accomplish something in life and fulfill your dreams.