Thoughts In Your Head Quotes by Alexander Hanson, Sebastian Barry, Adyashanti, Anne Enright, Gillian Flynn, Josh Radnor and many others.
One day, a musician asked me what I did. When I told him I was to be a businessman, he laughed and said, You are not a businessman. Sometimes all it takes is one person to put an important thought in your head, and he did.
I knew immediately something was terribly wrong, but you can know that and not allow the thought in your head, at the front of your head. It dances around at the back, where it can’t be controlled. But the front of the head is where the pain begins.
Thoughts in your head are really no different than the sound of a bird outside. It is just that you decide that they are more or less relevant.
There are little thoughts in your head that can grow until they eat your entire mind. Just tiny little thoughts–they are like a cancer, there is no telling what triggers the spread, or who will be struck, and why some get it and others are spared.
I’ve always been partial to the image of liquor as lubrication, a layer of protection from all the sharp thoughts in your head.
I really like to travel when I write. Something about seeing new things and being in new cultures and environments provokes new thoughts in your head.
You need to put easy, nice, tranquil thoughts in your head before you go to bed. You know what I do? I read metaphysical books. The good stuff stays in your brain once you go under.
If you can wait, and not be tired by waiting … if you can dream, and not make dreams your master; if you can think, and not make thoughts your aim; if you can meet with Triumph and Disaster, and treat those two impostors just the same; … yours is the earth and everything that’s in it…
Just know that your expectations are only thoughts in your head, and keep on doing what you do.
But as he grew older, he learned that a word was a powerful thing. An insult didn’t have to be shouted to bleed; a vow didn’t have to be whispered to make you believe. Hold a thought in your head, and that was enough to change the actions of anyone and anything that crossed your path.
…as it turned out, growing up was just as she’d feared. One day when your alarm clock rang, you got up and realized you had someone else’s thoughts in your head… or may be just your old ones, minus the hope.