Moving On Quotes Part 2

Sometimes in life, it’s necessary to abandon ship. Whether you are leaving a job, a relationship, or even just moving out of your hometown for the first time, change can be scary and stressful. However, there is always an upside to any situation. Here are some more quotes about moving on. This is a continuation of Moving On Quotes Part 1.

And as particles are living digital elements, moving on their own according to the various attributes (such as weight, speed, shape) given to them by the animator, we don’t know what the visual result will be until everything is completed. This result can often be unsatisfying, obliging us to repeat the process all over again, with new features.

Martine Epoque

It’s the Roman numeral for 10. 5/5/89 is my birthday: 5 plus 5 is 10, and this is my tenth year since I got into music. ‘X’ is the 24th letter in the alphabet, and I will turn 24 when this album comes out. ‘X’ is also a metaphor, as in ‘ex-girlfriend’: it implies you’re progressing and moving on in life, not holding on to the past and your old ways.

Chris Brown

Your street, rich street or poor Used to always be sure, on your street There’s a place in your heart you know from the start Can’t be complete outside of the street Keep moving on through the joy and the pain Sometimes you got to look back To the street again Would you prefer all those castles in Spain? Or the view of your street from your windowpane?

Van Morrison

Do you do that a lot? Move on?” “Maybe. But only because I travel a lot.” She taps put a beat on the steering wheel, audible only to herself. “Or maybe you travel a lot because it lets you move on.” “Perhaps.” …….. I look out the window. The jungle is everywhere. I look back at her. “Can you move on from something when you’re not sure what it is you’re moving on from?

Gayle Forman

I like the idea of standalone novels. I always found with series of books, it’s something that publishers love obviously because they can make a lot of money and they build an audience from book to book, but I don’t like that as a writer. I prefer the idea of just telling a story, completing it within your book, and moving on and not forcing a child to read eight of them.

John Boyne

To me, all guitar players can play, because I know they’re getting to where they’re at. It’s a very hard instrument to accept because it takes years to start working with it, that’s first, and it looks like everybody else is moving on the instrument but you. Then when you find a cat that’s really playing, you always find that he’s been playing a long time, you can’t get around it.

Wes Montgomery

Before our globe had become egg-shaped or round it was a long trail of cosmic dust or fire-mist, moving and writhing like a serpent. This, say the explanations, was the Spirit of God moving on the chaos until its breath had incubated cosmic matter and made it assume the annular shape of a serpent with its tail in its month–emblem of eternity in its spiritual and of our world in its physical sense.

Manly Hall

He’s [Constable] a great painter as far as it goes, but I don’t think he’s remotely interesting. Not really. It’s very pretty and it’s very thorough, but it’s not evocative, it’s not dramatic, it doesn’t do what Beethoven does – it doesn’t shake you down to the roots of your soul, which Turner does. Constable is just very nice, basically. And moving on to personality, Constable was a very dull character.

Mike Leigh

I began feeling the way I imagine an actor or athlete must feel when, after years of commitment to a particular dream…he realizes that he’s gone just about as far as talent or fortune will take him. The dream will not happen, and he now faces the choice of accepting this fact like a grownup and moving on to more sensible pursuits, or refusing the truth and ending up bitter, quarrelsome, and slightly pathetic.

Barack Obama

Stairway to Wisdom David Brooks detailed the needed ingredients to gaining a deep understanding of a social problem, beginning with the data and moving on to first-hand accounts. The highest rung on his stairway, though, went beyond those: Empathy opens you up to absorb the good and the bad. Love impels you not just to observe but to seek union to think as another thinks and feel as another feels.

David Brooks

My first degree was in mathematics. That was great, but it didn’t help with many of the things that puzzled me. I became a philosopher because I wanted to understand everything, especially those things that didn’t make sense. And that has continued to be my philosophical motivation. That’s one reason I have such a roving philosophical eye – once I have figured out a philosophical topic to my satisfaction, I find myself moving on to new problems.

David Papineau

…our life crises tell us that we need to break free of beliefs that no longer serve our personal development. These points at which we must choose to change or to stagnate are our greatest challenges. Every new crossroads means we enter into a new cycle of change – whether it be adopting a new health regimen or a new spiritual practice. And change inevitably means letting go of familiar people and places and moving on to another stage of life.

Caroline Myss

In many ways, constancy is an illusion. After all, our ancestors were immigrants, many of them moving on every few years; today we are migrants in time. Unless teachers can hold up a model of lifelong learning and adaptation, graduates are likely to find themselves trapped into obsolescence as the world changes around them. Of any stopping place in life, it is good to ask whether it will be a good place from which to go on as well as a good place to remain.

Mary Catherine Bateson

Zbigniew Brzezinski, who was really one of the – whose name is impossible to pronounce – who was really one of the architects of this very aggressive American interventionist foreign policy, you know, really stand up to Russia, challenge them, not only Russia but China. He’s changed his tune now and is basically advocating for a much more diplomatic and collaborative approach to the other power centers of the world that are just kind of moving on without us right now.

Jill Stein

In general, I don’t like game mechanics, I mean it’s the idea you do the same things through different levels. I think, in my mind, it’s an ideas I don’t really like because I love to do different things and like to see the story moving on and I like to do different things and different scenes, not do the same thing over and over again. If it involves violence at some point fine, if it makes sense in the context. But violence for the sake of violence, it doesn’t mean anything to me anymore.

David Cage

I usually have more than one thing I’m working on at once — I’ve been working on three different novels. When I get stuck on one, I hop back and forth. It’s sort of freeing: I can say I’m abandoning this thing that I hate forever and I’m moving on to something that’s good. I’ll find that I’ll go back to [the other project] in a day or a week and like it again. But that moment of wanting to trash something — that Virginia Woolf moment when you have to be stopped from filling your pocket with stones — comes pretty regularly for me. Switching is probably a good thing.

Dan Chaon

This is the message of your life and my life – it’s that nothing lasts. Heraclitus said it: Panta Rhei. All flows, nothing lasts. Not your enemies, not your fortune, not who you sleep with at night, not the books, not the house in Saint-Tropez, not even the children – nothing lasts. To the degree that you avert your gaze from this truth, you build the potential for pain into your life. Everything is this act of embracing the present moment, the felt presence of experience and then moving on to the next felt moment of experience. It’s literally psychological nomadism is what it is.

Terence McKenna

Sometimes in life, it’s necessary to abandon ship. Whether you are leaving a job, a relationship, or even just moving out of your hometown for the first time, change can be scary and stressful. However, there is always an upside to any situation. Here are some more quotes about moving on. This is a continuation…

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