— Leo Buscaglia Motivational speaker, writer 1924 - 1998
„Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, but only saps today of its strength.“
— Corrie ten Boom, Clippings from My Notebook
— Edward Young English poet 1683 - 1765
This is a quotation from "The Old Man's Relapse", a poem addressed to Edward Young, but written by Lord Melcombe.
— Dale Carnegie American writer and lecturer 1888 - 1955
p. 237. Part 8 : How I Conquered Worry,
„The key is this: Meet today's problems with today's strength. Don't start tackling tomorrow's problems until tomorrow. You do not have tomorrow's strength yet. You simply have enough for today.“
— Max Lucado, Traveling Light: Releasing the Burdens You Were Never Intended to Bear
— Ann Brashares, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
— John Fletcher English Jacobean playwright 1579 - 1625
Act II, scene ii.
— Johnny Depp American actor, film producer, and musician 1963
— Charles M. Schulz American cartoonist 1922 - 2000
Came from an online quiz falsely attributed to Schulz http://www.snopes.com/glurge/schulz.asp. However, in the 13 June 1980 Peanuts strip http://www.gocomics.com/peanuts/1980/06/13, Marcie does say "I promise there'll be a tomorrow, sir. In fact, it's already tomorrow in Australia."
— John Dewey American philosopher, psychologist, and educational reformer 1859 - 1952
„A religion so cheerless, a philosophy so sorrowful, could never have succeeded with the masses of mankind if presented only as a system of metaphysics. Buddhism owed its success to its catholic spirit and its beautiful morality.“
— William Winwood Reade British historian 1838 - 1875
Chapter IV, "Intellect", p. 385.
„The larch... is not only preserved from decay and the worm by the great bitterness of its sap, but also it cannot be kindled with fire“
— Vitruvius Roman writer, architect and engineer -80 - -15 p. n. e.
Context: The larch... is not only preserved from decay and the worm by the great bitterness of its sap, but also it cannot be kindled with fire nor ignite of itself, unless like stone in a limekiln it is burned with other wood.... This is because there is a very small proportion of the elements of fire and air in its composition, which is a dense and solid mass of moisture and the earthy, so that it has no open pores through which fire can find its way... Further, its weight will not let it float in water. Chapter IX, Sec. 14
„Each spiritual age expresses its special character in a form which corresponds exactly to its character. Each age in this way characterizes its true 'physiognomy', full of expression and strength. Thus in all spiritual areas 'yesterday' is transformed into 'today'. But apart from this, art possesses a further quality which it alone possesses: that quality which enables one to divine the 'tomorrow' today – a strength which is both creative and prophetic.“
— Wassily Kandinsky Russian painter 1866 - 1944
Kandinsky's last theoretical statement (Paris, 1942); in Kandinsky, Frank Whitford, Paul Hamlyn Ltd, London 1967, p. 38
— Kenneth E. Boulding British-American economist 1910 - 1993
Attributed to Kenneth Boulding in: Russell Ackoff " Russell Ackoff: A Lifetime of Systems Thinking; Editor’s note http://www.pegasuscom.com/levpoints/ackoff_a-lifetime-of-systems-thinking.html" in: Leverage Points, Issue 115.