Darrell Calkins Quotes

Top 15 wise famous quotes and sayings by Darrell Calkins

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Darrell Calkins quotes: I think it's essential to construct our lives as if it's a story we want to tell. I think it's essential to construct our lives
as if it's a story we want to tell.
Darrell Calkins quotes: Luck comes when you bend to the requirements of reality. Luck comes when you bend to the requirements of reality.
Darrell Calkins quotes: One does not find freedom or enact responsibility by surrendering to another's conceptualization of these ideas. One does not find freedom or enact responsibility by surrendering to another's conceptualization of these ideas.
Darrell Calkins quotes: If you don't practice presence, you never learn how to have busyness facilitate accomplishment. If you don't practice presence, you never learn how to have busyness facilitate accomplishment.
Darrell Calkins quotes: An initial perception or impulse has an infinite number of directions it can go. An initial perception or impulse has an infinite number of directions it can go.
Darrell Calkins quotes: Our greatest joys and inspirations are usually found behind our fears. The trick is just to find fun in the force of Nature, wherever it manifests. Our greatest joys and inspirations are usually found behind our fears. The trick is just to find fun in the force of Nature, wherever it manifests.
Darrell Calkins quotes: If you want to know what you really value, look at where and how you spend your time. If you want to know what you really value, look at where and how you spend your time.
Darrell Calkins quotes: Forgiveness is really about absolution: to set free. But if you look carefully at the dynamic, the one you're setting free is yourself. Forgiveness is really about absolution: to set free. But if you look carefully at the dynamic, the one you're setting free is yourself.
Darrell Calkins quotes: The divine is a mystery, so the impulse to really discover, like a child, has to be the core response to anything. The divine is a mystery, so the impulse to really discover, like a child, has to be the core response to anything.