Marty Rubin Quotes


Best 110 Quotes by Marty Rubin – Page 1 of 4

“A belief in violets isn't necessary for violets to exist.”

“A blackbird doesn't change its tune to suit the times.”

“A fool who cursed the sun was surprised to see it still shining.”

“A hundred lifetimes wouldn't suffice to see all the beauty in one acre of land.”

“A new theory doesn't change the way things actually happen.”

“A pessimist is someone who has forgotten the joy of beginning.”

“All children are born rebels and explorers until they're taught to sit still and obey.”

“All our prayers can't keep a single leaf from falling.”

“An echo has no voice of its own.”

“Any place is a good place to begin.”

“As long as you can ignore a problem, it is not a problem.”

“Behind every mask there is a face, and behind that a story.”

“Better to find one thing to live for than a thousand things to be against.”

“Beware of becoming a pawn in your own game.”

“Calling the cat stupid never made the mice wise.”

“Digging, one finds more rocks than gold.”

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“Diseases are not cured by giving them a name.”

“Don't stare out the window; run through the fields.”

“Dreams were the first movies.”

“Eternity: the length of a life.”

“Every day you live is a holiday from death.”

“Every language has its own word for the sun, but the sun is always the same.”

“Every summer, like the roses, childhood returns.”

“Everyone has the right to play their cards their own way.”

“Everyone I meet wants to give me directions, but I'm not lost.”

“Expectations have no effect on the harvest.”

“Flowers are the music of the earth.”

“Freedom began on the day the first sheep wandered away from the herd.”

“Giving alms to the rich is a luxury no beggar can afford.”

“Happiness lies in the physical life, sorrow in thought.”

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