65 Nineteen Quotes On Success In Life

These nineteen quotes will inspire you. Nineteen a cardinal number, ten plus nine.

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

Best Nineteen Quotes

  1. “Of the twenty-two civilizations that have appeared in history, nineteen of them collapsed when they reached the moral state the United States is in now.” Arnold J. Toynbee
  2. “It seems that I have always been ahead of my time. I had to wait nineteen years before Niagara was harnessed by my system, fifteen years before the basic inventions for wireless which I gave to the world in 1893 were applied universally.” Nikola Tesla
  3. “One of my favorite books is ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’ by George Orwell, and ‘Catcher in the Rye,’ obviously, is a big influence and is one of my favorites.” Hozier
  4. “The nineteen fifties was a time of tumultuous change.” Orson Bean

  5. “Sailed this day nineteen leagues, and determined to count less than the true number, that the crew might not be dismayed if the voyage should prove long.” Christopher Columbus
  6. “Nineteen centuries would have been worth very little if we had not made some advance in welcoming the stranger, in feeding the hungry, in clothing the naked, and in caring for the prisoner.” Edward Everett Hale
  7. “Nineteen sixty-eight was one exciting moment in a much larger movement. It spawned a whole range of movements. There wouldn’t have been an international global solidarity movement, for instance, without the events of 1968. It was enormous, in terms of human rights, ethnic rights, a concern for the environment, too.” Noam Chomsky
  8. “Still falls the rain – dark as the world of man, black as our loss – blind as the nineteen hundred and forty nails upon the Cross.” Edith Sitwell

  9. “I had just arrived in New York from California. I was nineteen years old and excited beyond belief. I was an art student and an acting student and behaved as most young actors did – meaning that there was no such thing as a good actor, ’cause you yourself hadn’t shown up yet.” Robert Redford
  10. “Well, I wanted to play twenty years in the major leagues. I never made it twenty though. I played nineteen.” Bert Campaneris
  11. “I went through a political shift when I was nineteen or twenty. I felt a certain way, and after the shift, I felt the opposite way. And never once did someone yelling at me or making me feel stupid do anything other than reinforce the convictions I had. What did get to me was people listening to me.” Chris Thile
  12. “A man can sleep around, no questions asked, but if a woman makes nineteen or twenty mistakes she’s a tramp.” Joan Rivers

  13. “It were a real increase of human happiness, could all young men from the age of nineteen be covered under barrels, or rendered otherwise invisible; and there left to follow their lawful studies and callings, till they emerged, sadder and wiser, at the age of twenty-five.” Thomas Carlyle
  14. “Why one man rather than another? It was odd. You find yourself involved with a fellow for life just because he was the one that you met when you were nineteen.” Simone de Beauvoir
  15. “Nineteen was the first time I really had a real relationship, really fell in love, really had my heart broken, really broke her heart, and sex meant something a little bit different.” Ro James
  16. “And in nineteen seventy two I almost wasn’t, on the team, but I knew about it just before Olympic Games for three months before this why this is was not very good for me. I’d been ready to go, you know.” Olga Korbut

  17. “It wasn’t until my teenage years that a book really left a mark, and that was George Orwell’s ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four.’ It was on the syllabus at school when I was about 16, and I went on to read more of his books. It was the height of the Cold War, so a lot of the messages really resonated at the time.” John Niven
  18. “I was nineteen when I signed and then worked with three managers and just didn’t play that much.” Kevin De Bruyne
  19. “Cervantes married in 1584, when he was thirty-seven and Catalina was nineteen. The marriage lasted thirty years, but Cervantes may have spent only about half of them with his wife.” Ilan Stavans
  20. “Nineteen percent of doctors say that they’d be able to give their patients a lethal injection. But they also went on to say that the patient would have to be really, really behind on payments.” Jay Leno

  21. “When I showed interest in sports, my dad handled it right. I lost my dad when I was nineteen years old. Up until then, his policy on sports was that you can go out for any sport you want to – but don’t even think about quitting. If you don’t like it, you’re going to stick it out.” Archie Manning
  22. “I have five television sets. (I like to think of them as a set of five televisions.) I have two DVR boxes, three DVD players, two VHS machines and four stereos. I have nineteen remote controls, mostly in one drawer.” Rick Moranis
  23. “Old-school hip hop, i.e., whatever was popular when you were nineteen, is great. Everything since then is intolerable.” Teju Cole
  24. “How many fighters are going to be able to leave the legacy that I did? Nineteen years old, I came and I conquered.” Vitor Belfort

  25. “Back in the fifties (the nineteen fifties, not the eighteen fifties) I did some writing for Mad Magazine, along with my friend Ernie Kovaks and a pair of comics named Bob and Ray.” Orson Bean
  26. “In the nineteen-thirties, one in four Americans got their news from William Randolph Hearst, who lived in a castle and owned twenty-eight newspapers in nineteen cities.” Jill Lepore
  27. “There are nineteen Harry Bosch books, and someone told me if you add up the descriptions of Harry from all of them, it would come to less than three pages. He’s very elliptically described over the two decades during which the novels occur. I did that by intention.” Michael Connelly
  28. “In a way, my past gives me a little credibility. Not that anybody cares what I did nineteen years ago, but I did have a career, and a legitimate one, before I met my husband.” Pia Zadora

  29. “I understand the Saudis have been named because fifteen of the nineteen hijackers were from Saudi Arabia.” Sibel Edmonds
  30. “There can be no possible question that cold is felt much more keenly in the thin air of nineteen thousand feet than it is below.” Hudson Stuck
  31. “I think it was when I was nineteen, by that time the Jewish laws were already in force and the split was beginning to come about which isolated the Jewish culture.” Gyorgy Ligeti
  32. “So I started chanting when I was nineteen, which was about twelve years ago, and it really had a huge impact on my outlook, happiness, and general creativity.” Duncan Sheik

  33. “At the age of nineteen and a half, I went to the Land of Israel to till its soil and live by the labour of my hands. As I did not find work, I sought my livelihood elsewhere.” Shmuel Yosef Agnon
  34. “I’ve been doing nineteen hours a day on London, nothing else, I mean this has been my whole life, and writing has been put on one side, and if I’m privileged enough to be the Mayor of this city, then I will not write again.” Jeffrey Archer
  35. “Just trying to get a film made which is always difficult no matter what kind of a budget you have. Not having a budget makes it even more difficult. Having nineteen days and no budget makes it extremely difficult.” Eriq La Salle
  36. “A lot of those songs are actually about Sarah, who I was recently divorced from about five or six months ago. I’d been seeing her off and on since I was about nineteen, so a lot of those songs are about her.” Gene Ween

  37. “You may think me crude, and probably I am crude, but I am not so crude as I was, for I am clever enough to see that the girl of nineteen who thought herself a genius was only an unusual girl writing her heart out.” Mary MacLane
  38. “And from that nineteen sixty four, this was my goal to go to Olympic Games. And I realized what does it mean, Olympic Games, like big celebration.” Olga Korbut
  39. “And, in nineteen seventy two Olympic Games I wasn’t really going to be a star, and overnight I became a star.” Olga Korbut
  40. “Remember before nineteen seventy two Olympic Games I was total skinny, I was small, very strong, they may be don’t like to see a gymnastics like that. I don’t know but, gymnastics, might. Nineteen seventy two supposed to be change somewhere.” Olga Korbut

  41. “Up to nineteen seventy six when I quit gymnastics I was very, disappointed because I didn’t have anything which is, live with. I didn’t have a friend so I didn’t have a coach anymore.” Olga Korbut
  42. “Well, the teacher I studied with for nineteen and a half years was a man named Paul Gavert. He was a great lieder singer, so basically I’m a trained lieder singer because of that teacher. The teacher I currently study with – since 1995 – is Joan Lader, who also studied with Gavert.” Betty Buckley
  43. “Some of you may know my story: How for nineteen years, I worked as a manager for a tire plant in Alabama. And some of you may have lived a similar story: After nearly two decades of hard, proud work, I found out that I was making significantly less money than the men who were doing the same work as me.” Lilly Ledbetter
  44. “T Bone and I grew up together in Fort Worth, Texas. He had his own recording studio by the time he was seventeen years old. When we were both nineteen he made the first archival recording of my voice.” Betty Buckley

  45. “After 1909, Monet drastically enlarged his brushstrokes, disintegrated his images, and broke through the taming constraints and delicacy of Impressionism for good. Nineteen gnarly paintings, starting in 1909 and carrying through his final seventeen years, finish off the notion that Monet went happily ever after into lily-land.” Jerry Saltz
  46. “At nineteen I was pretty sure I was going to be a professional soccer player. At that time I played for one of the Norwegian premier leagues. But I tore ligaments in both knees, so I started studying business administration and economics and became a financial analyst, and I worked at a brokerage firm as a stockbroker.” Jo Nesbo
  47. “I came out to California to live with my mom in Orange County for a while, and then I came up to Hollywood. I had just turned nineteen. I took an acting class at Playhouse West and decided, ‘Wow, I think I can do this!’ I studied really hard for three years before I got an agent.” Jamie Anne Allman
  48. “Everyone I knew was a Red Sox fan. Living up there in 1967 – the Impossible Dream season – that moment was incredibly compelling. I just naturally gravitated to the team. Nineteen seventy-five was arguably the greatest World Series of all time.” Bill de Blasio

  49. “There were nineteen years between my grandparents, and I was in a relationship for five years from the age of fifteen to twenty with a man who was thirteen years older than me who remains one of the loves of my life, and he passed away when I was twenty years old.” Kate Winslet
  50. “When I was nineteen years old, I was the number-one star for two years. When I was forty, nobody wanted me. I couldn’t get a job.” Mickey Rooney
  51. “I remember the first time I went to Italy when I was eighteen, I was in Florence and there were all these eighteen, nineteen, twenty-year-olds gliding past on Vespas with crinkly, long, hair, and I thought I was on the set of a movie. I couldn’t believe that this was going on and I hadn’t known about it before. I was flabbergasted.” Walter Kirn
  52. “I’ve been writing since I was about thirteen but didn’t start a book until 2007. I spent four years writing a sci-fi novel before I wrote ‘The Bone Season’ at nineteen.” Samantha Shannon

  53. “Between fourteen and nineteen, I must have begun and abandoned six novels.” Gore Vidal
  54. “Nineteen is as alive as 40-plus. I can vividly remember 19 and how I saw the world.” Janet Fitch
  55. “Dystopian novels, such as Orwell’s ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four,’ often tend to site their despotised or deformed civilisations in urban environments.” Sarah Hall
  56. “As a reader, I’ve always been interested in dystopian novels like ‘Nineteen Eighty-four’.” Barbara Demick

  57. “I still love it. I love lots of other music, too, and always have, but punk’s the soundtrack of my youth. I think you never escape the music you’re listening to and seeing when you’re seventeen, eighteen, nineteen years old.” Elizabeth Hand
  58. “I was seventeen when I moved to New York. I was nineteen when I joined the main company. I was going through a lot. Just becoming an adult and just wanting to fit in, be accepted, and be in common with the other dancers.” Misty Copeland
  59. “I started to write when I was eighteen or nineteen. However, until I was about twenty-three, I didn’t take it that seriously.” Joseph Brodsky
  60. “George Orwell’s science-fiction classic ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’ wasn’t a failure because the future it predicted failed to come to pass. Rather, it was a resounding success because it helped us prevent that future.” Robert J. Sawyer

  61. “In ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four,’ protagonist Winston Smith works at a propaganda department for the state called the ‘Ministry of Truth,’ where inconvenient news can be discarded down a ‘memory hole.’ Orwell was fixated on the idea that under certain governments, the past can be altered or documents rewritten.” Elizabeth Flock
  62. “I started standup at age nineteen. I decided that the only way I was going to try show business as a career was if I could make total strangers laugh.” Jay Chandrasekhar
  63. “I think my work is like a spiral: you keep coming back on yourself, but you’re at a different place. It’s like reading ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’ every five years. You realise that some things have caught up.” Cornelia Parker

  64. “We had moved cross-country from upstate New York to Kansas in the heat wave of 1980, with two cars, no air-conditioning, and a black dog. I can still see the infernal temperature of a hundred and nineteen degrees on a bank sign somewhere near Ohio.” Kevin Young
  65. “I had an iPhone, and then I’d forget my iPhone at home, and I’d be like, ‘God, I feel so good. I’m having such a good day.’ And then I’d realize, ‘Oh – it’s because I’m not checking my email nineteen thousand times.'” Alden Ehrenreich

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