40 Inspirational Quotes About The Power Of Words For Strong

inspirational quotes about the power of words for strong

The words you form or write to other people will have an immense effect and build a lifelong impression positive or negative, so it’s very necessary to pick them carefully. Words have the power to make, separate and soften people to wherever they are. That these quotes motivate you to express to yourself the right phrases to make your aspirations come true. The 40 powerful quotations regarding the strength of clear language

Inspirational quotes about the power of words for strong

1. “I do not use words like ‘liberal’ or ‘conservative.’ You can ask me a question, and I will give you an answer. Those are words rich people on television use to divide and conquer.” — Charles Barkley

2. “Words are the tools of ‘to be’ – of expression. They are completely built on the fact that you ‘are,’ and in order to express it, you have built a little alphabet, and you make your words from it.” — Marcel Duchamp

3. “Language just gradually came in one or two stressed words a time. Before then, I would just scream. I couldn’t talk. I couldn’t get my words out. So the only way I could tell someone what I wanted was to scream. If I didn’t want to wear a hat, the only way I knew to communicate was screaming and throwing it on the floor.” — Temple Grandin

4. “A flow of words is a sure sign of duplicity.” — Honore de Balzac

5. “Basic human contact – the meeting of eyes, the exchanging of words – is to the psyche what oxygen is to the brain. If you’re feeling abandoned by the world, interact with anyone you can.” — Martha Beck

6. “My greatest joy comes from creativity: from feeling that I have been able to identify a certain aspect of human nature and crystallize a phenomenon in words.” — Alain de Botton

7. “If people want to be better writers, they can’t just read the blogs! You’ve got to look at something that’s outside this rushing world of evanescent words.” — Camille Paglia

8. “Speak properly, and in as few words as you can, but always plainly; for the end of speech is not ostentation, but to be understood.” — William Penn

9. “Sometimes when I’m talking, my words can’t keep up with my thoughts. I wonder why we think faster than we speak. Probably so we can think twice.” — Bill Watterson

10. “We might not be back. I might be in jail. I might be anywhere. But when I leave, you’ll remember I said, with the last words on my lips, that I am a revolutionary. And you’re going to have to keep on saying that. You’re going to have to say that I am a proletariat; I am the people.” — Fred Hampton

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11. “I was a very bad journalist. Awful. I would just invent everything. If I did an interview, I had a preconception of what that person should say and I would put my words in his mouth.” — Isabel Allende

12. “Words, like glass, obscure when they do not aid vision.” — Joseph Joubert

13. “What makes me furious, not just because we’re in an interview, but I don’t like it when writers take your words and put them somewhere else, in the wrong context in their own article about you.” — Erykah Badu

14. “In the silence of the night, I have often wished for just a few words of love from one man, rather than the applause of thousands of people.” — Judy Garland

15. “I think, all in all, one thing a lot of plays seem to be saying is that we need to, as black Americans, to make a connection with our past in order to determine the kind of future we’re going to have. In other words, we simply need to know who we are in relation to our historical presence in America.” — August Wilson

16. “I think ‘lunch’ is one of the funniest words in the world.” — Stephen Sondheim

17. “I had a teacher who stressed for me the importance of diction in terms of… I want to be very careful about how I say this… in terms of supporting one’s voice when one is singing. In other words, if you hold on to your words, your voice will pull through for you when you’re singing. So be true to your vowels.” — Julie Andrews

18. “I say myself no depressed words just depressed minds.” — Brendan Behan

19. “Nature is a temple in which living columns sometimes emit confused words. A man approaches it through forests of symbols, which observe him with familiar glances.” — Charles Baudelaire

20. “You can’t always make out the words I sing with Soundgarden.” — Chris Cornell

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21. “All of the love and support I have gotten about the release of my Jeffree Star Cosmetics line has made me blessed beyond words.” — Jeffree Star

22. “Food prices are often kept artificially high. The result is that the Millennium Development Goals set out by the United Nations at the start of the new millennium are not being reached. Fine words have not yet been turned into deeds.” — Jonathan Sacks

23. “People don’t realize the limitations of 200 words, and the way they get chiseled down into a song that has to be sung.” — Neil Peart

24. “And now, once again, I bid my hideous progeny go forth and prosper. I have an affection for it, for it was the offspring of happy days when death and grief were but words, which found no true echo in my heart.” — Mary Shelley

25. “I think when you’re acting, you usually don’t have to know too much beyond how to pronounce the words you’re saying.” — Alan Alda

26. “If you asked my kids to describe me, they’d go through a whole list of words before even thinking about Parkinson’s. And honestly, I don’t think about it that much either. I talk about it because it’s there, but it’s not my totality.” — Michael J. Fox

27. “My first words were always about food – I grew up in northern California, and when I was 10 years old, I had my own pretzel cart business.” — Guy Fieri

28. “Personally, I think the silent films were more effective for L&H, but the sound was of great value in enhancing the effects – dialog eliminated a lot of action & sight gags – I always feel that ‘action’ speaks louder than words.” — Stan Laurel

29. “When I did plays in high school and college, I never remember memorizing my lines, but once I had blocked, I had all my lines memorized. Once I had movement associated with words, it was fine. Before I had blocked, it was just text on a page. Once it became embodied, it was much easier.” — Greta Gerwig

30. “The most advanced minds, as well as the least advanced, are obliged to use the same words. If we adopt new words, it will be even more difficult – if not impossible – to make ourselves understood. The new man must, therefore, express himself in conventional language.” — Piet Mondrian

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31. “God’s word is always effective and produces whatever it expresses. My words, on the contrary, cannot create anything; I can only change what already is into something else.” — Mother Angelica

32. “To me, words convey feelings, and feelings are just vibrations that we feel, so words are never as authentic as what feelings are and what intentions are.” — Noah Centineo

33. “Also, as I lay there thinking of my vision, I could see it all again and feel the meaning with a part of me like a strange power glowing in my body; but when the part of me that talks would try to make words for the meaning, it would be like fog and get away from me.” — Black Elk

34. “If there is on earth a house with many mansions, it is the house of words.” — E. M. Forster

35. “One time I happened to use the word ‘denigrate’ onstage, and it didn’t get any reaction. So as I continued my act, the left side of my brain was fast-forwarding to see if I had any other big words coming up.” — Bob Newhart

36. “Back when I was dating, the dreaded C word was Commitment. As soon as most men found out I had a child, they ran. If I ever got close enough to say the words, ‘I love you,’ they ran faster.” — Regina Brett

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37. “The two words ‘information’ and ‘communication’ are often used interchangeably, but they signify quite different things. Information is giving out; communication is getting through.” — Sydney J. Harris

38. “Every time you read a poem aloud to yourself in the presence of others, you are reading it into yourself and them. Voice helps to carry words farther and deeper than the eye.” — Seamus Heaney

39. “Raise your word, not your voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder.” — Rumi

40. “Words: So innocent and powerless as they are, as standing in a dictionary, how potent for good and evil they become in the hands of one who knows how to combine them.” — Nathaniel Hawthorne

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