65 Reconcile Quotes On Success In Life

These reconcile quotes will inspire you. Reconcile, to restore to friendship or harmony or restore friendly relations between.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging reconcile quotes, reconcile sayings, and reconcile proverbs.

Best Reconcile Quotes

  1. “When the truth emerges, then we reconcile ourselves to truth and unity and in charity or in love.” ~ Alveda King
  2. “The very purpose of existence is to reconcile the glowing opinion we hold of ourselves with the appalling things that other people think about us.” ~ Quentin Crisp
  3. “The average Nigerian person has come to reconcile himself with the fact that his or her social progress remain essentially in his or her hands in collaboration with other fellow Nigerians and not merely relying on what government alone could provide for him or her.” ~ Ibrahim Babangida
  4. “I am hoping that in this year of the family we will go into our families and reconcile differences.” ~ Louis Farrakhan

  5. “I could sooner reconcile all Europe than two women.” ~ Louis XIV
  6. “I have frequently been questioned, especially by women, of how I could reconcile family life with a scientific career. Well, it has not been easy.” ~ Marie Curie , Family reconcile quotes
  7. “Nations do not think, they only feel. They get their feelings at second-hand through their temperaments, not their brains. A nation can be brought — by force of circumstances, not argument — to reconcile itself to any kind of government or religion that can be devised; in time it will fit itself to the required conditions; later it will prefer them and will fiercely fight for them.” ~ Mark Twain
  8. “It takes a long while for a naturally trustful person to reconcile himself to the idea that after all God will not help him” ~ H. L. Mencken

  9. “Since religion intrinsically rejects empirical methods, there should never be any attempt to reconcile scientific theories with religion. An infinitely old universe, always evolving, may not be compatible with the Book of Genesis. However, religions such as Buddhism get along without having any explicit creation mythology and are in no way contradicted by a universe without a beginning or end. Creation ex nihilo, even as religious doctrine, only dates to around AD 200. The key is not to confuse myth and empirical results, or religion and science.” ~ Hannes Alfven
  10. “Everything about me is a contradiction, and so is everything about everybody else. We are made out of oppositions; we live between two poles. There’s a philistine and an aesthete in all of us, and a murderer and a saint. You don’t reconcile the poles. You just recognize them.” ~ Orson Welles
  11. “A brother who recognizes that we have shortcomings, we, in the struggle, have faults, and that he wanted to reconcile differences.” ~ Louis Farrakhan
  12. “A wife is a gift bestowed upon a man to reconcile him to the loss of paradise.” ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  13. “One minute of reconciliation is worth more than a whole life of friendship!” ~ Gabriel Garcia Marquez , Reconcile quotes friendship
  14. “The heroic cannot be the common,
    nor the common the heroic.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
  15. “The characteristic of genuine heroism is its persistency. All men have wandering impulses, fits, and starts of generosity. But when you have resolved to be great, abide by yourself, and do not weakly try to reconcile yourself with the world. The heroic cannot be the common, nor the common the heroic.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
  16. “You can’t reconcile being pro-life on abortion and pro-death on the death penalty.” ~ N. T. Wright

  17. “To be human and to be adult means constantly to be in the grip of opposing emotions, to have daily to reconcile apparently conflicting tensions. I want this, but need that. I cherish this, but I adore its opposite too.” ~ Stephen Fry
  18. “There is hardly any personal defect… which an agreeable manner might not gradually reconcile one to.” ~ Jane Austen
  19. “In Christ was united the human and the divine. His mission was to reconcile God to man, and man to God; to unite the finite with the infinite.” ~ Ellen G. White
  20. “Apology sends the clearest signal that we have the strength of character to reconcile ourselves with the truth.” ~ John Kador

  21. “While it takes at least two to reconcile, it only takes one to forgive.” ~ Bill Johnson
  22. “The willingness of God to sacrifice his Son to reconcile us to himself is a demonstration of his love for us.” ~ Robert Jeffress
  23. “The revelation of Christ, for which our souls thirst, thrills us increasingly as we more clearly understand who He is in all His fullness and what He accomplished to reconcile us to Himself.” ~ Dave Hunt
  24. “The love of power and the power to attract love were not easy to reconcile.” ~ Robert K. Massie

  25. “Had Christ not risen we could not believe Him to be what He declared Himself when He “made Himself equal with God.” But He has risen in the confirmation of all His claims. By it alone, but by it thoroughly, is He manifested as the very Son of God, who has come into the world to reconcile the world to Himself. It is the fundamental fact in the Christian’s unwavering confidence in “all the words of this life.” ~ B. B. Warfield
  26. “How much education may reconcile young people to pain and sufferance, the examples of Sparta do sufficiently shew; and they who have once brought themselves not to think bodily pain the greatest of evils, or that which they ought to stand most in fear of, have made no small advance toward virtue.” ~ John Locke
  27. “Truth is found neither in the thesis nor the antithesis, but in an emergent synthesis which reconciles the two.” ~ Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  28. “Science explains the world, but only Art can reconcile us to it.” ~ Stanislaw Lem

  29. “We must master our egoism, and through this mastery, step outside ourselves and educate ourselves in giving. Fasting requires that we rediscover all that is alive around us, and reconcile ourselves with our environment.” ~ Tariq Ramadan
  30. “Nothing so bolsters our self-confidence and reconciles us with ourselves as the continuous ability to create; to see things grow and develop under our hand, day in, day out.” ~ Eric Hoffer
  31. “Good and just society is neither the thesis of capitalism nor the antithesis of communism, but a socially conscious democracy which reconciles the truths of individualism and collectivism.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
  32. “Practice makes the Master. You can reconcile what you are and what you want to be.” ~ Miguel Angel Ruiz

  33. “To-morrow is that lamp upon the marsh, which a traveller never reacheth;
    To-morrow, the rainbow’s cup, coveted prize of ignorance;
    To-morrow, the shifting anchorage, dangerous trust of manners;
    To-morrow, the wrecker’s beacon, wily snare of the destroyer.
    Reconcile conviction with delay, and To-morrow is a fatal lie;
    Frighten resolutions into action, To-morrow is a wholesome truth.” ~ Martin Farquhar Tupper
  34. “Truth is found neither in Marxism nor in traditional capitalism. Each represents a partial truth. Historically capitalism failed to see the truth in collective enterprise, and Marxism failed to see the truth in individual enterprise. Nineteenth century capitalism failed to see that life is social and Marxism failed and still fails to see that life is individual and personal. The Kingdom of God is neither the thesis of individual enterprise nor the antithesis of collective enterprise, but a synthesis which reconciles the truths of both.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
  35. “There is an old, old story about a theologian who was asked to reconcile the Doctrine of Divine Mercy with the doctrine of infant damnation. ‘The Almighty,’ he explained, ‘finds it necessary to do things in His official and public capacity which in His private and personal capacity He deplores.” ~ Robert A. Heinlein
  36. “Distance either of time or place is sufficient to reconcile weak minds to wonderful relations.” ~ Samuel Johnson

  37. “Long habit so reconciles us to almost anything, that the grossest improprieties cease to strike us when they once make a part of the common course of action.” ~ Hannah More
  38. “… there are few things that can reconcile us fully to our parting with a world of which the longest life can see so little and whose beauties have so extraordinary a variety.” ~ Freya Stark
  39. “If the people in a relationship were able to get rid of this torment within and replace it with happiness, love, and a sense of well-being, they would never think to hurt another human being. They would be filled with an understanding of others and an appreciation of others and have an ability to reconcile differences without any violence whatsoever, to reconcile differences in a very loving way, a very happy way.” ~ David Lynch
  40. “We do not like our friends the worse because they sometimes give us an opportunity to rail at them heartily. Their faults reconcile us to their virtues.” ~ William Hazlitt

  41. “If there were two princes in Christendom who had goodwill and courage, it would be very easy to reconcile the religious difficulties; there is only one Jesus Christ and one faith, and all the rest is a dispute over trifles.” ~ Elizabeth I
  42. “…though one can be callous in Ireland one cannot be wholly opaque or material. An unearthly disturbance works in the spirit; reason can never reconcile one to life; nothing allays the wants one cannot explain.” ~ Elizabeth Bowen
  43. “Tears may be considered as the natural and involuntary resource of the mind overcome by some sudden and violent emotion before it has had time to reconcile its feelings to the change in circumstances: while laughter may be defined to be the same sort of convulsive and involuntary movement, occasioned by mere surprise or contrast (in the absence of any more serious emotion), before it has time to reconcile its belief to contradictory appearances.” ~ William Hazlitt
  44. “Sensuality reconciles us with the human race. The misanthropy of the old is due in large part to the fading of the magic glow of desire.” ~ Eric Hoffer

  45. “As women’s leadership qualities come to play a more dominant role in the public sphere, their particular aptitudes for long-term negotiating, analytic listening, and creating an ambiance in which people work with zest and spirit will help reconcile the split between the ideals of being efficient and being humane. This integration of female values is already producing a more collaborative kind of leadership, and changing the very ideal of what strong leadership actually is.” ~ Sally Helgesen , Reconcile quotes work
  46. “You see I am an enthusiast on the subject of the arts. But it is an enthusiasm of which I am not ashamed, as its object is to improve the taste of my countrymen, to increase their reputation, to reconcile to them the respect of the world, and procure them its praise.” ~ Thomas Jefferson
  47. “It is much safer to reconcile an enemy than to conquer him; victory may deprive him of his poison, but reconciliation of his will.” ~ Owen Feltham
  48. “The poet, like the lover, is a person unable to reconcile what he knows with what he feels. His peculiarity is that he is under a certain compulsion to do so.” ~ Babette Deutsch

  49. “Every effort is made in forming matrimonial alliances to reconcile matters relating to fortune, but very little is paid to the congeniality of dispositions, or to the accordance of hearts.” ~ Jean Baptiste Massillon
  50. “Map reconciles himself to almost any event, however trying if it happens in the ordinary course of nature. It is the extraordinary alone that he rebels against. There is a moral idea associated with this feeling; for the extraordinary appears to be something like an injustice of heaven.” ~ Wilhelm von Humboldt
  51. “As political and economic freedom diminishes, sexual freedom tends correspondingly to increase. And the dictator will do well to encourage that freedom…it will help to reconcile his subjects to the servitude which is their fate.” ~ Aldous Huxley
  52. “Habit does much to reconcile us to unpleasantness.” ~ Margaret Deland

  53. “Faith is, necessary to explain anything, and to reconcile the foreknowledge of God with human evil.” ~ William Wordsworth
  54. “There is mercy in every place. And mercy, encouraging thought gives even affliction a grace and reconciles man to his lot.” ~ William Cowper
  55. “In life, there’s a lot that I’m afraid of. Death is always scary. My sister passed away. I’m not scared to die, so much as I was scared to not have her in my life, and it took a long time for me to reconcile that. There are fears every day, and things that I’m afraid of. I fear everything, but I keep going.” ~ Geoff Johns
  56. “As an anarchist, I cannot reconcile myself to any government.” ~ Peter Kropotkin

  57. “On the one hand, society needs a common faith and vigorous institutions with the power to coerce; and on the other, the individual as a human soul or as the bearer of a new and possibly saving heresy must be free. It is difficult enough to reconcile these two needs, but the problem holds another hazard: the need of action under the pressure of time.” ~ Jacques Barzun
  58. “When we hear complaints of the wretchedness or vanity of human life, the proper answer to them would be that there is hardly anyone who at some point or other has not been in love. If we consider the high abstraction of this feeling, its depth, its purity, its voluptuous refinement, even in the meanest breast, how sacred and how sweet it is, this alone may reconcile us to the lot of humanity. That drop of balm turns the bitter cup to a delicious nectar.” ~ William Hazlitt , Reconcile quotes love
  59. “People try to reconcile you to a disappointment in love by asking why you should cherish a passion for an object that has proved itself worthless. Had you known this before, you would not have encouraged the passion; but that having been once formed, knowledge does not destroy it. If we have drank poison, finding it out does not prevent its being in our veins: so passion leaves its poison in the mind!” ~ William Hazlitt
  60. “Dust as we are, the immortal spirit grows Like harmony in music; there is a dark Inscrutable workmanship that reconciles Discordant elements, makes them cling together In one society.” ~ William Wordsworth

  61. “Poverty when coupled with creativeness is usually free of frustration. This is true of the poor artisan skilled in his trade and of the poor writer, artist, and scientist in the full possession of creative powers. Nothing so bolsters our self-confidence and reconciles us with ourselves as the continuous ability to create; to see things grow and develop under our hand, day in, day out. The decline of handicrafts in modern times is perhaps one of the causes for the rise of frustration and the increased susceptibility of the individual to mass movements.” ~ Eric Hoffer
  62. “What are man and woman if not members of two very different and warring tribes Yet decade after decade, century after century, they attempt in marriage to reconcile and forge a union. Why I don’t know. Biological imperative Divine law Or just a desire to connect to that mysterious other In any case, it’s always struck me as a hopeful thing.” ~ Andrew Schneider , Marriage reconcile quotes
  63. “If there’s a God, and we have all this evidence that there’s evolution, but He created the world only 6,000 years ago – what is the best and most logical explanation to reconcile those two things? I came up with – He came up with it, of course – that all things are fakeable.” ~ David Javerbaum
  64. “Now, I find that very difficult to reconcile with notions about a merciful God.” ~ David Attenborough

  65. “In the cross of Christ God is taking man dead-seriously so that he may open up for him the happy freedom of Easter. God takes upon himself the pain of negation and the God forsakenness of judgment to reconcile himself with his enemies and to give the godless fellowship with himself.” ~ J├╝rgen Moltmann

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