65 Application Quotes On Success In Life

These application quotes will inspire you. Application, a formal request to an authority for something or the action of putting something into operation.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging application quotes, application sayings, and application proverbs.

Best Application Quotes

  1. “As citizen-activists the world over merge, they can become an irresistible force to create peace and protect the planet. From here will come a new movement to abolish nuclear weapons and all weapons of mass destruction. From here will come the demand for sustainable communities, for new systems of energy, transportation and commerce. From here comes the future rushing in on us. How does one acquire the capacity for active citizenship? The opportunities exist every day…Active citizenship begins with an envisioning of the desired outcome and a conscious application of spiritual principles.” ~ Dennis Kucinich
  2. “He is not a true man of science who does not bring some sympathy to his studies, and expect to learn something by behavior as well as application.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  3. “The collision of mobile and social platforms and the need to build these companies from the ground up – whether it’s a game, a healthcare application, an education application – building these from the ground up is what allows entrepreneurial activity to be unleashed.” ~ Jim Breyer
  4. “There cannot be a greater mistake than that of looking superciliously upon practical applications of science. The life and soul of science is its practical application.” ~ Lord Kelvin

  5. “The youthful brain should in general not be burdened with things ninety-five percent of which it cannot use and hence forgets again… In many cases, the material to be learned in the various subjects is so swollen that only a fraction of it remains in the head of the individual pupil, and only a fraction of this abundance can find application, while on the other hand it is not adequate for the man working and earning his living in a definite field.” ~ Adolf Hitler
  6. “Schools were designed by Horace Mann and Barnard Sears and Harper of the University of Chicago and Thorndyke of Columbia Teachers College and some other men to be instruments of the scientific management of a mass population. Schools are intended to produce through the application of formulae, formulaic human beings whose behavior can be predicted and controlled.” ~ John Taylor Gatto
  7. “The most important application of quantum computing in the future is likely to be a computer simulation of quantum systems, because that’s an application where we know for sure that quantum systems in general cannot be efficiently simulated on a classical computer.” ~ David Deutsch
  8. “Any material element or resource which, in order to become of use or value to men, requires the application of human knowledge and effort, should be private property-by the right of those who apply the knowledge and effort.” ~ Ayn Rand

  9. “Often God will send us what we need in a package we don’t want. Why? To let us know He’s God and we cannot second-guess Him. We cannot search for answers merely with our heads; we must seek Him and His provision with our hearts. Scripture cannot be interpreted from our limited human mental understanding. There must be a breath of the Spirit of God. He alone gives wise counsel and correct application.” ~ John Bevere
  10. “The tax upon land values is the most just and equal of all taxes. It falls only upon those who receive from society a peculiar and valuable benefit, and upon them in proportion to the benefit they receive.It is the taking by the community for the use of the community of that value which is the creation of the community. It is the application of the common property to common uses. When all rent is taken by taxation for the needs of the community, then will the equality ordained by nature be attained.” ~ Henry George
  11. “People tend to think of the web as a way to get information or perhaps as a place to carry out e-commerce. But really, the web is about accessing applications.” ~ Marc Andreessen
  12. “I don’t remember writing anything until I wrote my college application.” ~ Tony Gilroy

  13. “Many think it not only inevitable but entirely proper that liberty give way to security in times of national crisis–that, at the extremes of military exigency, inter arma silent leges. Whatever the general merits of the view that war silences law or modulates its voice, that view has no place in the interpretation and application of a Constitution designed precisely to confront war and, in a manner that accords with democratic principles, to accommodate it.” ~ Antonin Scalia
  14. “The App Store has democratized the creation of content. As a 12-year-old kid, I was able to put my application on the store. No one knows whos behind the screen so you cant tell Im a 12-year-old.” ~ Nick D’Aloisio
  15. “The principle is so perfectly general that no particular application of it is possible.” ~ George Polya

  16. “The first degree of proficiency is, in painting, what grammar is in literature, a general preparation for whatever the student may afterward choose for more particular application. The power of drawing, modeling, and using colors, is very properly called the language of the art.” ~ Joshua Reynolds
  17. “In the application of Satyagraha, I discovered, in the earliest stages, that pursuit of Truth did not admit of violence being inflicted on one’s opponent, but that he must be weaned from error by patience and sympathy. For, what appears to be truth to the one may appear to be error to the other. And patience means self-suffering. So the doctrine came to mean vindication of Truth, not by infliction of suffering on the opponent but one’s own self.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi
  18. “Mindfulness is the direct application of Buddhist teachings to a physical event, a way of doing or accomplishing something, or a way of thinking and viewing something.” ~ Frederick Lenz

  19. “While Genius was thus wasting his strength in eccentric flights, I saw a person of a very different appearance, named Application.” ~ Anna Letitia Barbauld
  20. “One of the applications of Big Data is giving people the facts, and getting them to understand that their own decision-making is not perfect. And that in itself causes them to change their behavior” ~ Laszlo Bock
  21. “There is always, in the fine arts, a physical interface between the artist’s esthetic vision and the material result he seeks. The interface may be the application of brush to canvas, chisel to marble, bow to string… It may be the control of voice in song or the control of body in dance. It is the mastery of the interface that comprises the artistry; it is what constitutes the ‘art’ in fine art.” ~ Robert Breault
  22. “When in reading we meet with any maxim that may be of use, we should take it for our own, and make an immediate application of it, as we would of the advice of a friend whom we have purposely consulted.” ~ Charles Caleb Colton

  23. “It can be set down as a broad, general principle that we cannot indulge in idleness and abundance during both the first and second half of our life. Study, application, industry, enthusiasm while we are young usually enable us to enjoy life when we grow older. But unless we toil and strive and earn all we can in the first half, the second half of our life is liable to bring disappointment, discomfort, distress. The time to put forth effort is when we are most able to do it, namely, in the years of our greatest strength. The law of compensation hasn’t ceased to function.” ~ B. C. Forbes
  24. “But we are convinced that if we are to play a meaningful role nationally, and in the community of nations, we must be second to none in the application of advanced technologies to the real problems of man and society.” ~ Vikram Sarabhai
  25. “Do not be content with the old anointing. It is essential to a more holy and happy life…that you seek to be anointed with new oil. Do not be satisfied with past experiences. […] Seek to have a new revelation of Christ to your soul. Seek the renewed application of His precious blood to your conscience. Oh, seek the fresh oil!” ~ Octavius Winslow
  26. “At Adaptive Path, we’ve been doing our own work with Ajax over the last several months, and we’re realizing we’ve only scratched the surface of the rich interaction and responsiveness that Ajax applications can provide.” ~ Jesse James Garrett

  27. “Subliminal perception is a subject that virtually no one wants to believe exists, and — if it does exist — they much less believe that it has any practical application. . . . The techniques are in widespread use by media, advertising and public relations agencies, industrial and commercial corporations, and by the Federal government itself.” ~ Wilson Bryan Key , Practical application quotes
  28. “Technology, and applications of this technology, will continue to improve and evolve, providing unprecedented, global access to information, individuals, training, and opportunities.” ~ Maynard Webb
  29. “Often people, especially computer engineers, focus on the machines. But in fact we need to focus on humans, on how humans care about doing programming or operating the application of the machines.” ~ Yukihiro Matsumoto
  30. “Knowledge will not be acquired without pains and application. It is troublesome and deep, digging for pure waters; but when once you come to the spring, they rise up and meet you.” ~ Tom Felton

  31. “Photography is a craft. Anyone can learn a craft with normal intelligence and application. To take it beyond the craft is something else. That’s when magic comes in. And I don’t know that there’s any explanation for that.” ~ Elliott Erwitt , Learning application quotes
  32. “Searching for funds to continue my skating career when I was 17, I called the Women’s Sports Foundation in New York. The intern who answered the phone suggested that I might be a great candidate for the Travel and Training fund, and she sent me an application form. I applied for a grant. With the funds I was awarded, I bought a new pair of skates and a plane ticket to the 1988 National Championships, where I achieved my highest national finish. Four years later, I won the gold medal at the 1992 Olympic Games.” ~ Kristi Yamaguchi
  33. “Those laws, being forged for universal application, are in perpetual conflict with personal interest, just as personal interest is always in contradiction with the general interest. Good for society, our laws are very bad for the individuals whereof it is composed; for, if they one time protect the individual, they hinder, trouble, fetter him for three quarters of his life.” ~ Marquis de Sade
  34. “It opposes the dogmatic application to all cases of what is adequate only for piecemeal aggregates. The question is whether an approach in piecemeal terms, through blind connections, is or is not adequate to interpret actual thought processes and the role of the past experience as well. Past experience has to be considered thoroughly, but it is ambiguous in itself; so long as it is taken in piecemeal, blind terms it is not the magic key to solve all problems.” ~ Max Wertheimer
  35. “Many errors, of a truth, consist merely in the application of the wrong names of things.” ~ Baruch Spinoza

  36. “Freedom of connection with any application to any party is the fundamental social basis of the internet. And now, is the basis of the society built on the internet.” ~ Tim Berners-Lee
  37. “An ounce of application is worth a ton of abstraction.” ~ Booker T. Washington
  38. “The scope of herbal medicine ranges from mild-acting plant medicines such as chamomile and peppermint, to very potent ones such as foxglove (from which the drug digitalis is derived). In between these two poles lies a wide spectrum of plant medicine with significant medical applications. One need only go to the United States Pharacopoeia to see the central role that plant medicine has played in American medicine.” ~ Donald Brown
  39. “Practical application is found by not looking for it, and one can say that the whole progress of civilization rests on that principle.” ~ Jacques Hadamard
  40. “The high number from the Middle East is only coincidence, he said. It is no particular choice on our part, … We accept visa trainees from those countries. We’d accept them from other countries, too, but we don’t get their applications.” ~ Martin Gardner

  41. “Of course, all of the software I write runs on Linux; that’s the beauty of standards, and of cross-platform code. I don’t have to run your OS, and you don’t have to run mine, and we can use the same applications anyway!” ~ Jamie Zawinski
  42. “Christ’s intercession is the continual application of his death to our salvation.” ~ John Calvin
  43. “It is not our free will but ‘it is the Lord who sets the captive free’ (Ps. 145:7). It is not our own virtue but ‘it is the Lord who lifts up those who were laid low’ (Ps. 145:8). It is not application to reading but ‘it is the Lord who gives light to the blind’ (Ps. 145:8). It is not our cautiousness but ‘it is the Lord who protects the stranger’ (Ps. 145:9). It is not our endurance but ‘it is the Lord who raises or gives support to the fallen’ (Ps. 144:14).” ~ John Cassian
  44. “I’m just enjoying just having a little me time, you know? But it’s not that I’m not taking applications.” ~ Vivica Fox
  45. “I’m just enjoying just having a little me time, you know? But it’s not that I’m not taking applications.” ~ Vivica Fox

  46. “For 500 years the West patented six killer applications that set it apart. The first to download them was Japan. Over the last century, one Asian country after another has downloaded these killer apps- competition, modern science, the rule of law and private property rights, modern medicine, the consumer society and the work ethic. Those six things are the secret sauce of Western civilization.” ~ Niall Ferguson
  47. “Web applications will become more and more ubiquitous throughout our human environment, with walls, automobile dashboards, refrigerator doors all serving as displays giving us a window onto the Web.” ~ Tim Berners-Lee
  48. “Peace must begin within self before there can come action or self application in a way to bring peace-even in thine own household, in thine own vicinity, in thine own state or nation.” ~ Edgar Cayce

  49. “Definition: Alpinism is the art of going through the mountains confronting the greatest dangers with the biggest of cares. What we call art here, is the application of a knowledge to an action.” ~ Rene Daumal
  50. “As we strive to better understand how Jesus sees us and contemplate our own attempts to live as the Redeemer would have us live, let us remember his instructing observations and their universal applications in literally all that we do: “If ye love me, keep my commandments.” (John 14:15) and “Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.”” ~ Cecil O. Samuelson
  51. “I think that a young state, like a young virgin, should modestly stay at home, and wait the application of suitors for an alliance with her; and not run about offering her amity to all the world; and hazarding their refusal. Our virgin is a jolly one; and tho at present not very rich, will in time be a great fortune, and where she has a favorable predisposition, it seems to me well worth cultivating.” ~ Benjamin Franklin\
  52. “There is no more common error than to assume that, because prolonged and accurate mathematical calculations have been made, the application of the result to some fact of nature is absolutely certain.” ~ Alfred North Whitehead

  53. “There is no more common error than to assume that, because prolonged and accurate mathematical calculations have been made, the application of the result to some fact of nature is absolutely certain.” ~ Alfred North Whitehead
  54. “Humanism is a philosophy of joyous service for the greater good of all humanity, of application of new ideas of scientific progress for the benefit of all.” ~ Linus Pauling
  55. “You have to be an extremist to believe that you’re gonna be the president of the United States and your name is Barack Hussein Obama! And he’s using extreme methods, but his application is very smooth. Michelle Obama is extreme, her presence is extreme. And it’s an extreme good. Extreme is not negative.” ~ Mos Def
  56. “My advice is really this: what we hear the philosophers saying and what we find in their writings should be applied in our pursuit of the happy life. We should hunt out the helpful pieces of teaching and the spirited and noble-minded sayings which are capable of immediate practical application-not far far-fetched or archaic expressions or extravagant metaphors and figures of speech-and learn them so well that words become works.” ~ Seneca the Younger
  57. “Good is latent in every living thing and simply needs to be called into active expression through the gracious application of respect, sympathetic understanding, gentleness and love.” ~ J. Boone

  58. “The religious need of the human mind remains alive, never more so, but it demands a teaching which can be understood. Slowly an apprehension of the intimate, usable power of God is growing among us, and a growing recognition of the only worth-while application of that power-in the improvement of the world.” ~ Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  59. “The strategic stimulus to economic development in Schumpeter’s analysis is innovation, defined as the commercial or industrial application of something new—a new product, process or method of production, a new market or source of supply, a new form of commercial, business or financial organization.” ~ Joseph A. Schumpeter
  60. “I think that Microsoft will increasingly feel margin pressure from Linux as well as people saying: well actually the applications that really matter to me are not on my PC. And so they’re going to be able to extract less of a monopoly rent, so to speak.” ~ Tim O’Reilly
  61. “The test of real and vigorous thinking, the thinking which ascertains truths instead of dreaming dreams, is successful application to practice.” ~ John Stuart Mill
  62. “Many dog owners believe that as much as 60 percent of their pet’s brain is set aside solely to demonstrate applications of the verb “to eat”-in both the active and passive forms.” ~ Stanley Coren

  63. “There is always, in the fine arts, a physical interface between the artist’s esthetic vision and the material result he seeks. The interface may be the application of brush to canvas, chisel to marble, bow to string… It may be the control of voice in song or the control of body in dance. It is the mastery of the interface that comprises the artistry; it is what constitutes the ‘art’ in fine art.” ~ Robert Breault
  64. “My business is stanching blood and feeding fainting men; my post the open field between the bullet and the hospital. I sometimes discuss the application of a compress or a wisp of hay under a broken limb, but not the bearing and merits of a political movement. I make gruel–not speeches; I write letters home for wounded soldiers, not political addresses.” ~ Clara Barton
  65. “Combinatorial analysis, in the trivial sense of manipulating binomial and multinomial coefficients, and formally expanding powers of infinite series by applications ad libitum and ad nauseamque of the multinomial theorem, represented the best that academic mathematics could do in the Germany of the late 18th century.” ~ Richard Askey

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