Louis Zamperini Quotes

Who is Louis Zamperini?

Louis Silvie Zamperini was an American World War II veteran, a Christian evangelist and an Olympic distance runner, best known for being a Japanese prisoner of war survivor.

Born January 26, 1917
Died July 02, 2014

Best 12 Quotes by Louis Zamperini

“I think the hardest thing in life is to forgive. Hate is self destructive. If you hate somebody, you're not hurting the person you hate, you're hurting yourself. It's a healing, actually, it's a real healing... forgiveness.”

“One moment of pain is worth a lifetime of glory.”

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“All I want to tell young people is that you're not going to be anything in life unless you learn to commit to a goal. You have to reach deep within yourself to see if you are willing to make the sacrifices.”

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“I just knew that no matter how bad the pain, I had to keep going.”

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“I was raised to face any challenge.”

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“The best way to meet any challenge is to be prepared for it.”

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“The mind is a crucial line of defense against adversity.”

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“The one who forgives never brings up the past to that person's face. When you forgive, it's like it never happened. True forgiveness is complete and total.”

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“To live, a man needs food, water, and a sharp mind.”

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“To whom much has been given, much is expected.”

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“What I’ve learned is that the more you help people, the longer you live. The good feelings are a healing process.”

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“You should make your life count right up to the last minute.”

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