Top 50 Rabindranath Tagore Quotes on Love, Happiness, Positive and Success

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Top 50 Rabindranath Tagore Quotes on Love, Happiness, Positive and Success

Top 50 Rabindranath Tagore Quotes on Love, Happiness, Positive and Success

 

“You Can’t Cross The Sea Merely by Standing and Staring at The Water.”  

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“A Mind all Logic is Like a Knife all Blade. It Makes The Hand Bleed that Uses it.”  

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“Everything Comes to Us that Belongs to Us if We Create The Capacity to Receive it.” 

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“Clouds Come Floating into My Life, No Longer to Carry Rain or Usher Storm, but to Add Color to My Sunset Sky.”    

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“Where The Mind is Without Fear and The Head is Held High Where Knowledge is Free.”  

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“Faith is The Bird that Feels The Light when The Dawn is still Dark.”    

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“Come oh Come ye Tea-Thirsty Restless Ones - The Kettle Boils, Bubbles and Sings, Musically.”  

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“If I Say that He is within Me, The Universe is Ashamed; if I Say that He is without Me, it is Falsehood.”  

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“I Slept and Dreamt that Life was Joy. I Awoke and Saw that Life was Service. I Acted and Behold, Service was Joy.”  

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“The Butterfly Counts Not Months but Moments, and has Time enough.”  

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“We Come Nearest to The Great when We are Great in Humility.”  

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“Love's Gift Cannot Be Given, it Waits to Be Accepted.”  

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“Reach High, for Stars Lie Hidden in You. Dream Deep, for Every Dream Precedes The Goal.”  

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“The Highest Education is that which does Not Merely Give Us Information but Makes Our Life in Harmony with all Existence.”  

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“Love is when The Soul Starts to Sing and The Flowers of Your Life Bloom on their Own.”  

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“It is Very Simple to Be Happy, but it is Very Difficult to Be Simple.”   

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“Don't Limit a Child to Your Own Learning, for He was Born in another Time.”  

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“Facts are Many, but The Truth is One.”  

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“A Lamp can only Light another Lamp when it Continues to Burn in its Own Flame.”  

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“The Burden of Self is Lightened when I Laugh at Myself.”  

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“Let Us Not Pray to Be Sheltered from Dangers but to Be Fearless when Facing them.”    

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“The Meaning of Our Self is Not to Be Found in its Separateness from God and Others, but in The Ceaseless Realisation of Yoga, of Union; Not on The Side of The Canvas where it is Blank, but on The Side where The Picture is Being Painted.”  

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“Life is Given to Use, We Earn it by Giving it.”  

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“The Most Important Lesson that Man can Learn from Life, is Not that There is Pain in This World, but that it is Possible for him to Transmute it into Joy.”  

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“Praise Shames Me, for I Secretly Beg for it.”  

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“I Seem to have Loved You in Numberless Forms, Numberless Times, in Life after Life, in Age after Age Forever.”   

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“Mistakes Live in The Neighborhood of Truth and therefore Delude Us.”  

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“That Side of Our Existence whose Direction is Towards The Infinite Seeks Not Wealth, but Freedom and Joy.”   

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“Death is Turning out The Lamp Because The Dawn has Appeared.”  

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“Let Your Life Lightly Dance on The Edges of Time Like Dew on The Tip of a Leaf.”    

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“The Touch of an Infinite Mystery Passes Over The Trivial and The Familiar, Making it Break out into Ineffable Music... The Trees, The Stars, and The Blue Hills Ache with a Meaning which can Never Be Uttered in Words.”    

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“Faith is The Bird that Feels The Light and Sings when The Dawn is still Dark. In Effect, The People who Change our Lives The Most Begin to Sing to Us while We are still in Darkness. If We Listen to their Song, We will See The Dawning of a New Part of Ourselves.”  

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“Trees are The Earth's Endless Effort to Speak to The Listening Heaven.”  

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“Let Me Light My Lamp", Says The Star, "And Never Debate if it will Help to Remove The Darkness.”  

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“Let Us Not Pray to Be Sheltered from Dangers but to Be Fearless when Facing them.”  

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“If Religion, Instead of Being The Manifestation of a Spiritual Ideal, Gives Prominence to Scriptures and External Rites, then does it Disturb The Peace More than anything else.”  

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“The Movement of Life has to Rest in its Own Music.”  

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“The Problem is Not how to Wipe out all Differences, but how to Unite with all Differences Intact.”  

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“He who is too Busy Doing Good Finds No Time to Be Good.”   

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“We Read The World Wrong and Say that it Deceives Us.”  

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“O Beauty, Find thyself in Love, Not in The Flattery of thy Mirror.” 

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“By Plucking her Petals You Do Not gather The Beauty of The Flower.”   

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“Men are Cruel, but Man is Kind.”  

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“The Biggest Changes in a Women's Nature are Brought by Love; in Man, by Ambition.” 

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“If You Shut The Door to all Errors, Truth will Be Shut Out.”  

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“The Greatest Distance in This World is Not that Between Living and Death, it is when I am Just before You, and You Don't Know that I Love You.”

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“Age Considers; Youth Ventures.”

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“The False can Never Grow into Truth by Growing in Power.”  

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“Let My Love Like Sunlight Surround You and yet Give You illumined Freedom.”  

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“Emancipation from The Bondage of The Soil is No Freedom for The Tree.”  

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