Time Of My Life Quotes by Elton John, Steve Jobs, Christina Grimmie, James Blunt, Virginia Woolf, Benjamin Franklin and many others.
I lived my teenage years in my 20s when I sort of left home and became Elton John success, then it became Elton John excess… Everything I couldn’t do when I was younger I did 10 times over. I was having the time of my life. I was becoming the person that I wanted to be.
Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.
I went to Philippines and I literally had the time of my life.
I have fun with it and I am honest and open about the way I lead my life and don’t mislead anyone. I’ve had the time of my life and thank God for that, it would be such a waste otherwise.
You cannot find peace by avoiding life.
Lost time is never found again.
The happiest time of my life is now.
In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.
School was the unhappiest time of my life and the worst trick it ever played on me was to pretend that it was the world in miniature. For it hindered me from discovering how lovely and delightful and kind the world can be, and how much of it is intelligible.
Don’t be trapped by dogma вЂ” which is living with the results of other people’s thinking.
A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.
Mama told me to make a special point to remember the best times of my life. There are so many hard things to live through, and latching on to the good things will give you strength to endure, she says. So I must remember this day. It is beautiful and this seems like the best time to live and the best place
I really do believe that my style is informed by the fact that I had such issues with my appearance at various times of my life.
But that was the best time of my life, and only now that it has gone from me forever — only now do I realize it.
I didn’t really like being at college. It wasn’t like it was Oxford and had been the most wonderful time of my life. It was really a dull, boring course I was stuck on.
The scariest time of my life was when I knew my Nana was dying. It was horrible, as there’s nothing I could do to stop it. I grew up living with my Mum, brother and Nana (my mum’s mum), so it felt like I lost a parent rather than a grandparent. It makes you realise the fragility of life.
And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.