Top Admiration Quotes
Big things in the glory of the world mean nothing. Small things in glory of God mean everything. Truly..., size doesn't matter in this world or in the world to come.
(n.) Wonder; astonishment.
(n.) Wonder mingled with approbation or delight; an emotion excited by a person or thing possessed of wonderful or high excellence; as, admiration of a beautiful woman, of a landscape, of virtue.
(n.) Cause of admiration; something to excite wonder, or pleased surprise; a prodigy.
Beware ! Discipline goes to two different directions : success and self glory. Self glory is the biggest failure of life.
Whatever we have in the glory of man is "away". Those are just not enough before we go "home" to the glory of God.
All children should be taught to unconditionally accept, approve, admire, appreciate, forgive, trust, and ultimately, love their own person.
Asa Don Brown
Yesterday i was clever so i took the glory for me. Today HE makes me wise so i give the glory to HIM.
Sweet wine makes drunk, sour wine (insult) is "tetelestai". Life is not about what we have done and become, but how God to be fully glorified.
Have you ever felt the longing for someone you could admire? For something, not to look down at, but up to?
You may be a person I admire, but you can't be a person that everyone admires. You are not everyone's favourite, but you are someone's favourite whether you like them or not.
Michael Bassey Johnson
The lot of the brideto be wed before beddesired until rotten.The lot of the authorto be read before bedadmired then forgotten.
You will always be left with how you feel about other people, if you don't just take in the way you think and tell them how you feel about them.
Admirations are never paid in any way, try to make yourself of what you admire, and it will pay you with originality.
He [Alexander von Humboldt] was to science what Shakespeare was to the drama.
Robert G. Ingersoll
It's not love at first sight, it's having the sight, to distinguish true love, from just mere beauty.
Much as I admired the elegance of physical theories, which at that time geology wholly lacked, I preferred a life in the woods to one in the laboratory.
J. Tuzo Wilson