Not Lowering Expectations Quotes

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Not Lowering Expectations Quotes By Lenny Kravitz: I'm so happy. I am able to see I'm so happy. I am able to see the world just by making music, just by doing the thing that I loved doing when I was five years old. — Lenny Kravitz
Not Lowering Expectations Quotes By Jean De La Fontaine: Patience and perseverance at lengthAccomplish more than anger Patience and perseverance at lengthAccomplish more than anger or brute strength. — Jean De La Fontaine
Not Lowering Expectations Quotes By Lia Habel: If my heart had feet, it would have If my heart had feet, it would have been up the staircase before the rest of me. — Lia Habel
Not Lowering Expectations Quotes By Anthony Hopkins: I never make conscious decisions. I never make conscious decisions. — Anthony Hopkins
Not Lowering Expectations Quotes By Paulo Coelho: People make a lot of effort not to People make a lot of effort not to remember, not to accept their immense magical potential. — Paulo Coelho
Not Lowering Expectations Quotes By Richard Dawkins: I've never been the sort of firebrand that I've never been the sort of firebrand that I've been made out to be. I'm actually quite a mild person. — Richard Dawkins
Not Lowering Expectations Quotes By Melissa DeCarlo: Sometimes my entire life has felt like one Sometimes my entire life has felt like one long exercise in lowering my expectations. — Melissa DeCarlo
Not Lowering Expectations Quotes By Jarod Kintz: A blanket could be used to tell you A blanket could be used to tell you exactly what I mean, at precisely the moment I don't mean it. When I say go, Don't! — Jarod Kintz
Not Lowering Expectations Quotes By Sheila Walsh: I got pregnant and turned 40 at the I got pregnant and turned 40 at the same time. — Sheila Walsh
Not Lowering Expectations Quotes By Jennifer E. Smith: And like every ending, it was a strange And like every ending, it was a strange mix of exuberance and sorrow. — Jennifer E. Smith