Roof Over Your Head Quotes by Carol Burnett, Marie Lu, Sol Hurok, Michelle Singletary, Thomas Merton, Albert Einstein and many others.
But I don’t begrudge anybody, because I know how hard it is to have that dream and to make it happen, whether or not it’s just to put a roof over your head and food on the table.
When youвЂ™ve been poor all your life, you never really think it could be any other way. And sometimes youвЂ™re even happy, because at least youвЂ™ve got your family and your health and your arms and legs and a roof over your head.
The sky’s the limit if you have a roof over your head.
You are NOT a financial failure if you rent. You are getting something for your money. A roof over your head.
It is easy enough to tell the poor to accept their poverty as Gods will when you yourself have warm clothes and plenty of food and medical care and a roof over your head and no worry about the rent. But if you want them to believe youtry to share some of their poverty and see if you can accept it as Gods will yourself!
If you feed your mind as often as you feed your stomach, then you’ll never have to worry about feeding your stomach or a roof over your head or clothes on your back.
If you’re worried about putting food on the table or putting a roof over your head, that stress is definitely will contribute to unhappiness, but once you have your basic needs met then incremental money.
We tend to harp on little things, or worry about something, when, really, it’s just not that important. If you have a roof over your head, and you’re healthy, and your family is healthy, that’s all that matters. Don’t let the little things get you down.
You are rich if you have enough to meet your most basic needs. You are rich if you have access to clean water, food, shelter, love, a roof over your head.You have to count your blessings to see that you are richer than you think.
Look, when do the really interesting things happen? Not when you’ve brushed your teeth and put on your pyjamas and are cozy in bed. They happen when you are cold and uncomfortable and hungry and don’t have a roof over your head for the night.
It was one thing not to want a husband, I realized; it was quite another not to need one for the roof over your head, for your meat and bread, for the shoes on your feet and the coat on your back.
Frisbeetarianism is the belief that when you die, your soul goes up on the roof and gets stuck.
You need to eat well, sleep well, and have a roof over your head, but donвЂ™t go much further than that before extending yourself to others.