Top 50 Eleanor Roosevelt Quotes on Life, Friendship, Success and Wisdom

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Top 50 Eleanor Roosevelt Quotes on Life, Friendship, Success and Wisdom

Top 50 Eleanor Roosevelt Quotes on Life, Friendship, Success and Wisdom

 

“Friendship with Ones self is all Important, because Without it One can Not Be Friends with anyone else in The World.”

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Happiness is Not a Goal; it is a by-Product.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“No one can Make you Feel Inferior Without your Consent.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“No Matter how Plain a Woman may be, if Truth and Honesty are Written across her Face, She will be Beautiful.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“The Future belongs to those who Believe in the Beauty of their Dreams.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Ambition is Pitiless. Any Merit that it Cannot use it Finds Despicable.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“A Woman is Like a Tea bag; you Never Know how Strong it is until it's in Hot water.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“There are Practical little Things in Housekeeping which No man Really Understands.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“With the new Day Comes new Strength and new Thoughts.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“People Grow through Experience if they Meet Life Honestly and Courageously.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“It isn't Enough to Talk about Peace. One must Believe in it. And it isn't Enough to Believe in it. One must Work at it.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Do what you Feel in your Heart to be Right for You’ll be Criticized anyway.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Hate and Force Cannot be in just a Part of the World Without having an Effect on the Rest of it.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“A Stumbling block to the Pessimist is a Stepping-Stone to the Optimist.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Great Minds Discuss ideas; Average Minds Discuss events; Small Minds Discuss people.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“The Purpose of Life is to Live it, to Taste Experience to the Utmost, to Reach out Eagerly and Without Fear for Newer and Richer Experience.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Do one Thing every Day that Scares You.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“You must Do the Things you Think you Cannot do.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“When you Cease to Make a Contribution, you Begin to Die.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Many people will Walk in and Out of your Life, but only True Friends will Leave Footprints in your Heart.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Since you Get more Joy out of Giving Joy to Others, you should put a Good Deal of Thought into the Happiness that you are Able to Give.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“It is Better to Light a Candle than Curse the Darkness.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Beautiful Young people are Accidents of Nature, but Beautiful Old people are Works of Art.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

"Have Convictions. Be friendly. Stick to your Beliefs as they Stick to theirs. Work as Hard as they do." 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“It is Not Fair to Ask of others what You are Not Willing to do Yourself.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Never Allow a Person to Tell you No who Doesn't have the Power to Say Yes.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“If someone Betrays you Once, It’s their Fault; If they Betray you Twice, It’s your Fault.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“You can often Change your Circumstances by Changing your Attitude.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“The Marines I have seen around the World have the Cleanest Bodies, the Filthiest Minds, the Highest Morale, and the Lowest Morals of any Group of Animals I have ever seen. Thank God for the United States Marine Corps!” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Never Mistake Knowledge for Wisdom. One Helps you Make a Living; the other Helps you Make a Life.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“I Think, at a Child's Birth, if a Mother could Ask a Fairy Godmother to Endow it with the Most Useful Gift, that Gift should be Curiosity.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

 

“A Stumbling Block to the Pessimist is a Stepping-Stone to the Optimist.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“I’m so Glad I Never Feel Important, it does Complicate Life!” 

Eleanor Roosevelt 

 

“I Think that Somehow, we Learn who we Really are and then Live with that Decision.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“If Life were Predictable it would Cease to be Life, and be Without Flavor.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“When Life is too Easy for Us, we must Beware or we may Not be Ready to Meet the Blows which sooner or later Come to Everyone, Rich or Poor.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“No One Won the Last War, and No One will Win the Next War.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Understanding is a Two-Way Street.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“The only Things One can Admire at Length are those One Admires Without Knowing why.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“I have Spent many Years of my Life in Opposition, and I rather Like the Role.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“When will our Consciences Grow so Tender that we will Act to Prevent Human Misery rather than Avenge it?” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“What you Don’t do can be a Destructive Force.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“It's Your Life-but only if You Make it so.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“One’s Philosophy is Not best Expressed in words; it is Expressed in the Choices One makes… and the Choices we make are Ultimately our Responsibility.” 

Eleanor Roosevelt

  

“Perhaps Nature is our Best Assurance of Immortality.”  

Eleanor Roosevelt