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Inspiration for Finding Your Life Path
Highlighted here are inspiring quotes about finding your life path. Like the quotes about life's journey ... they speak to our need to find our own way ion life and the struggles and life lessons along the way.
Identify Your Life Path
Remember that imagination is the faculty of the soul and that when it suggests new pathways to us we are being invited to explore the territory of the soul in ways that will certainly change and reenchant us.
- Caitlin Matthews
I don't mind going nowhere, as long as it's an interesting path.
- Ronald Mabbitt
Maybe it was the movies, maybe it was the real life news, but I knew that someday, sometime, that's what I wanted to do. I knew I wanted to fly airplanes.
I was always awed by flight. When I was a young lad, a barnstormer flying a World War I airplane landed on our farm and Dad helped him refuel and I got a ride ... at about four years of age.
Before acting, I wanted to become a journalist. I also toyed with the idea of being a chef - but that's only when people asked me what I wanted to be. In fact, I always used to say I wanted to be an actor, but I didn't ever believe that I was good enough to be come one.
- Ian Mckellen
So a teacher came in one day and asked me what I was gonna be when I grew up. Of course, everybody asks that. And she asked me to draw a picture. And I drew a picture of me creating. That's all I knew. And at that moment, it just filled me with some pride ... or hope ... or something ... that I would make something of myself.
- Nora Naranjo - Morse (clay artist)
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Right Hand Path
You look as if you lived on duty and it hadn't agreed with you.
- Ellen Glasgow
We must be willing to get rid of the life we've planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.
- Joseph Campbell
Left Hand Path
It's when we're given choice that we sit with the gods and design ourselves.
- Dorothy Gilman
More damage has been done to others by persons leading lives of quiet desperation (that is doing what they felt they "had" to do ) [right hand path] than ever was done by persons freely doing what they wanted to do [left hand path].