27 San Antonio Quotes On Success In Life

These San Antonio quotes will inspire you. San Antonio officially the City of San Antonio, is the seventh-most populous city in the United States, the second-largest city in the Southern United States, and the second-most populous city in Texas.

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

Best San Antonio Quotes

  1. “I had a mother who walked to the library with me, and you can’t walk to a lot of libraries in San Antonio because – guess what? – there are no sidewalks, except in the neighborhoods. And they’re across big boulevards, and it’s so hot, you can’t even walk to the corner. So things like that affect how children can get to libraries. So there are a lot of things involved.” ~ Sandra Cisneros
  2. “Once I step on the court in San Antonio, I feel the support in the air.” ~ Manu Ginobili
  3. “I hate to be like everyone else, but I’m rooting for San Antonio because I like teams that were built the old-fashioned way.” ~ Mitch Albom
  4. “It’s impossible to walk a block in Miami, in Los Angeles, San Antonio without running into someone who is being deeply impacted by a broken legal immigration system.” ~ Marco Rubio

  5. “I couldn’t help but to think back to my classmates at Thomas Jefferson High School in San Antonio. They had the same talent, the same brains, the same dreams as the folks we sat with at Stanford and Harvard. I realized the difference wasn’t one of intelligence or drive. The difference was an opportunity.” ~ Julian Castro
  6. “San Antonio drives me crazy, but Chicago drives me crazy in a different way.” ~ Sandra Cisneros
  7. “My grandmother didn’t live to see us begin our lives in public service. But she probably would have thought it extraordinary that just two generations after she arrived in San Antonio, one grandson would be the mayor and the other would be on his way – the good people of San Antonio willing- to the United States Congress.” ~ Julian Castro
  8. “The biggest benefit in my life comes from my Segway, which I use everywhere I am. If I’m going to San Antonio, for example, I’ll load it in the car and just go everywhere with it.” ~ Steve Wozniak

  9. “Every year, my family and I would go visit my moms family in Texas. We would drive from Chicago to Texas, and once we started to get towards San Antonio, everyone looked like me! It was such a great feeling. Everyone had the same brown skin that I did.” ~ Marisol Nichols
  10. “Honestly, I think winning changes all of that. It doesn’t matter where you are – it could be Timbuktu – if you win, people will watch, they’ll follow and they’ll support. It’s my responsibility to put a team on the floor that will win, and that attracts players. Look at the teams that have been successful in the NBA. Yes, you have big, glamorous cities like L.A. But Miami has won, and so has San Antonio. Oklahoma City is a very successful team. They’re not the biggest markets.” ~ Masai Ujiri
  11. “We started an organization that’s the only sub-organization of the MacArthur Foundation and we are called the Macarturos. Usually, when I win something, I’m the only one of my ethnicity to get it, but this time I met all these Latinos, and I was so excited. I’d meet someone and I’d go, […] “Can you come to San Antonio?” And they’d go, “Oh yeah.” […] And suddenly I had twelve people that said they would come. And I didn’t know how it was going to be. And that’s how the Macarturos became a reality, where these very generous geniuses come to San Antonio and work together.” ~ Sandra Cisneros
  12. “I was born in San Antonio, TX, but moved to Lakewood, CO in elementary school. Then, I moved to Valley Center, CA in high school.” ~ Katie Leclerc

  13. “I live in a town that’s two and a half hours from the border. I know people who have lived in San Antonio for generations, sometimes seven generations, their families are from there, and they are of Mexican descent, and they’ve never gone farther than the border.” ~ Sandra Cisneros
  14. “People dressed up like me, at the comic-con in San Antonio. It’s very rewarding.” ~ Bray Wyatt
  15. “The meeting [in San Antonio of the National Women’s Political Caucus] featured a cattle show at which a herd of Democratic candidates- Glenn, Cranston, Mondale, Hart, and Hollings- pantingly pantomined their fidelity to feminism, stopping just short of a pledge to use nuclear weapons against any states that omit to ratify the Equal Right Amendment.” ~ Daniel Seligman
  16. “Half of San Antonio’s population is of Mexican descent; the other half just eats that way.” ~ Mike Greenberg

  17. “There was a kid that had five brothers and sisters, and the family was missing for like five days. I was watching TV, they [found each other] and now they’re in San Antonio. So I bought them a little apartment in San Antonio. But I’m doing stuff like that all over.” ~ Shaquille O’Neal
  18. “We want the clear facts to be reported that we, according to the FBI, have a lower violent crime rate than Atlanta, or Houston, or Dallas, or Miami or San Antonio. To some extent, the perception that’s been created is much greater than the reality.” ~ Marc Morial
  19. “My father is Jaime Rodriguez from San Antonio, Texas, and I’ve got one whole half of my family that’s Mexican through and through.” ~ James Roday
  20. “Ruben V is the keeper of the flame of the San Antonio vibe” ~ Joe King

  21. “We don’t want sympathetic liberals, we want gays to represent gays… I represent the gay street people-the 14-year-old runaway from San Antonio. We have to make up for hundreds of years of persecution. We have to give hope to that poor runaway kid from San Antonio. They go to the bars because churches are hostile. They need hope! They need a piece of the pie!” ~ Harvey Milk
  22. “I think when you saw this year’s playoffs, Miami and Detroit have a pretty fierce rivalry now. Also, the Suns and San Antonio look like they’re starting to develop something there. I look forward to seeing those rivalries continue and develop.” ~ John Starks
  23. “I grew up in San Antonio, Texas, and went to a big high school called Douglas McArthur where there was a lot of track and a lot of football. It was a bit like ‘Friday Night Lights.’ I used to spend a lot of time at the track.” ~ Norah O’Donnell
  24. “San Antonio is like a military town. It’s like literally – when I was growing up there, there were five Air Force bases, plus Fort Sam Houston. I was always sort of near the military.” ~ Steve Earle

  25. “Going from Army base to base as a kid taught me to be a man of all nations. I’d go to the Jewish people and say, ‘Shalom, brother.’ I go to the Muslim people and say, ‘Salaam aleikum.’I go to the Chinese people and say, ‘Nee hao mah,’ which means, ‘How you doin’?’ I go to the Japanese people and say, ‘Konnichiwa.’ I go to San Antonio, Texas, and I get along with Mexicans. Then I go to Louisiana and hang with the Creoles. Moving around a lot made me a man of all people.” ~ Shaquille O’Neal
  26. “Very, very rarely will I leave San Antonio to speak somewhere else. I used to do that, and it just about wore me out, so I quit traveling.” ~ Max Lucado
  27. “I’m just as unhappy about San Antonio as I was about Chicago. If you’re unhappy about certain things, you’re unhappy everywhere.” ~ Sandra Cisneros

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