Top 50 Nelson Mandela Quotes on Leadership, Success, Life and Positive

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Top 50 Nelson Mandela Quotes on Leadership, Success, Life and Positive

Top 50 Nelson Mandela Quotes on Leadership, Success, Life and Positive

 

“Education is The Most Powerful Weapon which You can Use to Change The World.”  

Nelson Mandela

  

“A Winner is a Dreamer who Never Gives Up.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“It always Seems Impossible until it’s Done.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“There is No Passion to Be Found Playing Small - in Settling for a Life that is Less than The One You are Capable of Living.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Real Leaders must Be Ready to Sacrifice all for The Freedom of their People.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“I Learned that Courage was Not The Absence of Fear, but The Triumph Over it. The Brave Man is Not He who does Not Feel Afraid, but He who conquers that Fear.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Live Life as though Nobody is Watching and Express Yourself as though Everyone is Listening.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Money Won't Create Success, The Freedom to Make it Will.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“The Greatest Glory in Living Lies Not in Never Falling, but in Rising Every Time We Fall.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“May Your Choices Reflect Your Hopes, Not Your Fears.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Fools Multiply when Wise Men are Silent.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“For to Be Free is Not Merely to Cast Off One's Chains, but to Live in a Way that Respects and Enhances The Freedom of Others.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“And if They can Learn to Hate, They can Be Taught to Love.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“One of The Most Difficult Things is Not to Change Society but to Change Yourself.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“A Good Head and Good Heart are always a Formidable Combination. But when You Add to that a Literate Tongue or Pen, then You have Something Very Special.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Human Beings have Got The Ability to Adjust to Anything.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“As We are Liberated from Our Own Fear, Our Presence Automatically Liberates Others.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“No One is Born Hating another Person Because of The Color of his Skin, or his Background, or his Religion. People must Learn to Hate, and if They can Learn to Hate, They can Be Taught to Love, for Love Comes More Naturally to The Human Heart than its Opposite.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Difficulties Break Some Men but Make Others. No Axe is Sharp enough to Cut The Soul of a Sinner who Keeps on Trying, One Armed with The Hope that He will Rise even in The End.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“I am The Master of My Fate: I am The Captain of My Soul.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“I am Not a Saint, unless You Think of a Saint as a Sinner who Keeps on Trying.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“When a Man has Done what He Considers to Be his Duty to his People and his Country, He can Rest in Peace.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Everyone can Rise above their Circumstances and Achieve Success if They are Dedicated to and Passionate about what They Do.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“After Climbing a Great Hill. One only Finds that There are Many More Hills to Climb.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Resentment is Like Drinking Poison and then Hoping it will Kill Your Enemies.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“A Fundamental Concern for Others in our Individual and Community Lives would Go a Long Way in Making The World The Better Place We so Passionately Dreamt of.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“As long as Poverty, Injustice and Gross Inequality Persist in Our World, None of Us can Truly Rest.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Our Deepest Fear is Not that We are Inadequate. Our Deepest Fear is that We are Powerful beyond Measure.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Lead from The Back — and let Others Believe They are in Front.” 

Nelson Mandela

  

“If You Talk to a Man in a Language He Understands, that Goes to his Head. If You Talk to him in his Language, that Goes to his Heart.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“A Leader... is Like a Shepherd. He Stays behind The Flock, Letting The Most Nimble Go out ahead, whereupon The Others Follow, Not Realizing that all along They are Being Directed from behind.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“It is Better to Lead from behind and to Put Others in Front, Especially when You Celebrate Victory when Nice Things occur. You Take The Front Line when There is Danger. Then People will Appreciate Your Leadership.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“In My Country We Go to Prison First and then Become President.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“We must Use Time Wisely and Forever Realize that The Time is always Ripe to Do Right.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“We Know too Well that Our Freedom is Incomplete Without The Freedom of The Palestinians.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“We ask Ourselves, who am I to Be Brilliant, Gorgeous, Handsome, Talented and Fabulous? Actually, who are You Not to Be?”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Where You Stand Depends on where You Sit.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Extremists on all Sides Thrive, Fed by The Blood Lust of Centuries Gone by.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Forgiveness Liberates The Soul. It Removes Fear. That is why it is such a Powerful Weapon.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“One of The Things I Learned when I was Negotiating was that until I Changed Myself, I could Not Change Others.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“And as We let Our Own Light Shine, We Unconsciously Give Other People Permission to Do The Same.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“I Like Friends who have Independent Minds Because They Tend to Make You See Problems from all Angles.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Courageous People Do Not Fear Forgiving for The Sake of Peace.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“When a Deep Injury is Done to Us, We Never Heal until We Forgive.” 

Nelson Mandela

  

“It is so Easy to Break Down and Destroy. The Heroes are those who Make Peace and Build.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“I Never Lose. I either Win or Learn.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Man’s Goodness is a Flame that can Be Hidden but Never Extinguished.”  

Nelson Mandela

  

“We must Strive to Be Moved by a Generosity of Spirit that will Enable Us to Outgrow The Hatred and Conflicts of The Past.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“A Nation should Not Be Judged by how it Treats its Highest Citizens, but it's Lowest Ones.”

Nelson Mandela

  

“Greed and Power has Turned Brother against Brother.”

Nelson Mandela