Where You Are Going Quotes by Paul Simon, A. A. Milne, Napoleon Hill, Arthur Rimbaud, William Stafford, Joseph Lowery and many others.
I don’t know what I’m going to write when I begin to write. It feels like you are walking down a path, but you can’t see around the bend and you don’t know where you are going to go, which is fun.
Always watch where you are going. Otherwise, you may step on a piece of the Forest that was left out by mistake.
Decide where you are going and how you are to get there. Then make a start from where you now stand.
Weakness or strength: you exist, that is strength. You don’t know where you are going or why you are going, go in everywhere, answer everyone. No one will kill you, any more than if you were a corpse.
The more you let yourself be distracted from where you are going, the more you are the person that you are. It’s not so much like getting lost as it is like getting found.
If you don’t know where you come from, it’s difficult to determine where you are.- It’s even more difficult to plan where you are going.
Retarget your money. When your money comes in, you need to have already targeted where you are going to invest or doodad temptation will set in.
If your nose is up in the air, you cannot see where you are going.
Knowing where you are going is the first step to getting there.
Remember where you have been and know where you are going. Life is not a race, but a journey to be savored each step of the way.
Think of these things, whence you came, where you are going, and to whom you must account.
Planning is the only way to keep yourself on track. Plan your moments to be joyous. Plan your days to be filled with peace. Plan your life to be an experience of growth. When you know where you are going, the universe will clear a path for you.
So what is true for life itself is no less true for the universe: knowing where you came from is no less important than knowing where you are going.
The maps are really like a filter. They filter information for you to make better decisions on where you are going and what to do.
In my experience, take the Holy Spirit out of the equation of your life and it spells boring. Add it into the equation of your life and you never know where you are going to go, what you are going to do, or who you are going to meet.
War has a momentum of its own and it carries you away from all thoughtful intentions when you get into it. Today, if we went into Iraq, like the president would like us to do, you know where you begin. You never know where you are going to end.
If you don’t have time to do it right you must have time to do it right you must have time to do it over. If you don’t know where you are going, how do you know when you get there? If you don’t risk anything, you risk even more.