20 Famous Success Quotes and Saying to Inspire you

Please see my compilation of Inspirational Success Quotes:

Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts. Winston Churchill

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In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure. – Bill Cosby

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Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly. – Robert F. Kennedy

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10 Favorite Lord Of the Ring Quotes

I am a self-confessed J R R Tolkien’s biggest fan. If you have not read already, then I strongly recommend picking the Lord of rings triology and finishing it.  In these books, I have found immense words of wisdom and motivation. The story is a classic ‘good triumphs the evil’ story.

Here, I am trying to share my favorite quotations, dialogues and poems from the LOTR books.

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Random Quotes from Bhagavad Gita – Part 2

In Random Quotes from Bhagvad Gita, I tried to give an introduction to Gita and posted few inspiring quotes.   However, it was just impossible to cover so many gtreat quotes in a single post. So I am posting the second installation. These quotes from Arjun depict the self doubt and his inner battel for trying to distinguish right from wrong.
As we know, Gita is a grand conversation between warrior prince Arjuna and Krishna (Lord himself in human incarnation). Here I am trying to post quotation from Arjuna. The conversation shows the helplessness and doubts which paralyzed Arjuna from performing his Karma (Actions).
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Random Quotes from Bhagavad Gita – Part 1

 

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20 Famous Quotes on Willpower

Bhagavad Gita (also called Gita) is a epic hindu sacred scripture depicting the conversation between Prince Arjun and his guide and charioteer Krishna (Lord Vishnu in human incarnation). In the great war of ‘Mahabharta’, Arjun suddenly felt numb after seeing his beloved ones standing against him in the war. Krishna, through the course of Gita, teaches Arjuna wisdom, the path of righteous and devotion and principles of self-less actions. It is essentially a spiritual book, not religious. Thus the message cuts across the geography, religion and fait. It has served as great source of spiritual energy for many great leaders. M.K. Ghandi called Gita as “Spiritual dictionary”. Continue reading