49 Savor Quotes On Success In Life

These savor quotes will inspire you. Savor, taste (good food or drink), and enjoy it completely or have a suggestion or trace of (something, especially something bad).

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

Best Savor Quotes

  1. “The way to develop the habit of savoring is to pause when something is beautiful and good and catches our attention – the sound of rain, the look of the night sky – the glow in a child’s eyes, or when we witness some kindness. Pause… then totally immerse in the experience of savoring it.” ~ Tara Brach
  2. “Learn to enjoy every minute of your life. Be happy now. Don’t wait for something outside of yourself to make you happy in the future. Think how really precious is the time you have to spend, whether it’s at work or with your family. Every minute should be enjoyed and savored.” ~ Earl Nightingale
  3. “I’m not going to lie: There are times I play mind tricks on myself, like that the french fries are poison. With desserts, I’ll let myself have just one bite, but I’ll look like a freak when I’m eating it, like when I did Duncan Hines commercials as a kid, just savoring every morsel.” ~ Fergie
  4. “Seize every second of your life and savor it. Value your present moments.” ~ Wayne Dyer

  5. “Sometimes we need the salt of tears to remind us how to savor the sweetness of life.” ~ Lysa TerKeurst
  6. “The flood of print has turned reading into a process of gulping rather than savoring.” ~ Raymond Chandler
  7. “I really like the concept of, like, slowing down and savoring your food, enjoying it.” ~ Gillian Jacobs
  8. “i’m afraid to breathe in case i break the spell” ~ Sara Gruen

  9. “I was taken by the power that savoring a simple cup of coffee can have to connect people and create community.” ~ Howard Schultz
  10. “Yet housekeeping actually offers more opportunities for savoring achievement than almost any other work I can think of. Each of its regular routines brings satisfaction when it is completed. These routines echo the rhythm of life, and the housekeeping rhythm is the rhythm of the body. You get satisfaction not only from the sense of order, cleanliness, freshness, peace and plenty restored, but from the knowledge that you yourself and those you care about are going to enjoy these benefits.” ~ Cheryl Mendelson , Savor quotes life
  11. “I’m convinced true fulfillment is living in God’s world one day at a time, savoring it, leaving today’s disapointments behind and borrowing no troubles from tomorrow. It’s done not only by accepting life, fever, and things that go bump in the night, but also by cultivating love and new and old friendships, and especially by finding a new work or project that makes it exciting just to get up in the morning.” ~ Olive Ann Burns
  12. “Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second.” ~ Marc Riboud

  13. “The French have no such expression as ‘killing time.’ In their more philosophical vocabulary the term is ‘passing time,’ which means savoring all moments of it each to his individual enjoyment. While we battle with time, they relax with tempo.” ~ Cornelia Otis Skinner
  14. “Some nights are made for torture, or reflection, or the savoring of loneliness.” ~ Poppy Z. Brite
  15. “They would think she was savoring the taste (blueberries, cinnamon, cream-excellent), but she was actually savoring the whole morning, trying to catch it, pin it down, keep it safe before all those precious moments became yet another memory.” ~ Liane Moriarty
  16. “To take wine into your mouth is to savor a droplet of the river of human history.” ~ Clifton Fadiman

  17. “He who distinguishes the true savor of his food can never be a glutton; he who does not cannot be otherwise.” ~ Henry David Thoreau , Savor quotes food
  18. “Every morning I awake torn between a desire to save the world and an inclination to savor it. This makes it hard to plan the day. But if we forget to savor the world, what possible reason do we have for saving it? In a way, the savoring must come first.” ~ E. B. White
  19. “Read as you taste fruit or savor wine, or enjoy friendship, love, or life.” ~ George Herbert
  20. “The heart of marriage is memories; and if the two of you happen to have the same ones and can savor your reruns, then your marriage is a gift from the gods.” ~ Bill Cosby

  21. “Try to acquire the weird practice of savoring your mistakes, delighting in uncovering the strange quirks that led you astray. Then, when you have sucked out all the goodness to be gained from having made them, you can cheerfully forget them and go on to the next big opportunity.” ~ Daniel Dennett
  22. “To hold happiness is to hold the understanding that the world passes away from us, that the petals fall and the beloved dies. No amount of mockery, no amount of fashionable scowling will keep any of us from knowing and savoring the pleasure of the sun on our faces or save us from the adult understanding that it cannot last forever.” ~ Amy Bloom
  23. “As one gets older being sad and miserable can become a bit of a habit. To counteract this, she suggests making a point of savoring such things as the tastiness of a piece of fruit, or other small things we might have been prone to overlook during our younger, busier days.” ~ Rumer Godden
  24. “I want her to melt into me, like butter on toast. I want to absorb her and walk around for the rest of my days with her encased in my skin. I want.” ~ Sara Gruen

  25. “I stroke her lightly, memorizing her body. I want her to melt into me, like butter on toast. I want to absorb her and walk around for the rest of my days with her encased in my skin. I lie motionless, savoring the feeling of her body against mine. I’m afraid to breathe in case I break the spell.” ~ Sara Gruen
  26. “Christ did not die to forgive sinners who go on treasuring anything above seeing and savoring God. And people who would be happy in heaven if Christ were not there, will not be there. The gospel is not a way to get people to heaven; it is a way to get people to God. It’s a way of overcoming every obstacle to everlasting joy in God. If we don’t want God above all things, we have not been converted by the gospel.” ~ John Piper
  27. “Maintaining joy in God takes ‘work’; that is, it’s a fight against every impulse for alien joys and every obstacle in the way to seeing and savoring Christ.” ~ John Piper
  28. “Writers acquire their technique by spotting, savoring, and reverse-engineering examples of good prose.” ~ Steven Pinker

  29. “Photography is about savoring life at 1/100th of a second.” ~ Marc Riboud
  30. “In the spring of 1988, I returned to New Orleans, and as soon as I smelled the air, I knew I was home. It was rich, almost sweet, like the scent of jasmine and roses around our old courtyard. I walked the streets, savoring that long lost perfume.” ~ Anne Rice
  31. “The fans, the vampire groupies, love the idea of this androgynous, preternatural figure stalking the night, and craving aesthetic pleasure just as he craves blood, wearing only the best velvet clothes, and savoring red roses.” ~ Anne Rice
  32. “This isn’t kissing. This is savoring your taste.” ~ Nicole Jordan

  33. “The pleasure of doing a thing in the same way at the same time every day, and savoring it, should be noted.” ~ Arnold Bennett
  34. “I did realize, as do you, how blessed I was to know bookjoy, the private pleasure of savoring text.” ~ Pat Mora
  35. “My nostrils dilate while savoring the acrid odor of gunpowder and blood… Crazy with fury I will stain my rifle red while slaughtering any surrendered enemy that falls in my hands! With the deaths of my enemies I prepare my being for the sacred fight and join the triumphant proletariat with a bestial howl!” ~ Che Guevara
  36. “Happiness lies in conquering one’s enemies, in driving them in front of oneself, in taking their property, in savoring their despair, in outraging their wives and daughters.” ~ Genghis Khan

  37. “There is no English equivalent for the French word flâneur. Cassell’s dictionary defines flâneur as a stroller, saunterer, drifter but none of these terms seems quite accurate. There is no English equivalent for the term, just as there is no Anglo-Saxon counterpart of that essentially Gallic individual, the deliberately aimless pedestrian, unencumbered by any obligation or sense of urgency, who, being French and therefore frugal, wastes nothing, including his time which he spends with the leisurely discrimination of a gourmet, savoring the multiple flavors of his city.” ~ Cornelia Otis Skinner
  38. “That’s the beauty of this great sport (track), though-it’s such a fine line between success or not, which makes the sweet moments that much more worth savoring.” ~ Nick Willis
  39. “When Van Truex defined the difference between designing and decorating, he used the analogy of preparing a roast of beef. Design, he said, is the preparation and cooking; decorating is the final seasoning, the savoring.” ~ Albert Hadley
  40. “I’m feeling pretty fortunate. I’ve been having lots of lovely auditions and meetings, so I’m savoring the moment.” ~ Lauren Miller

  41. “From eternity to eternity, the beauty of God is pervasive and practical. Ask him to open the eyes of your heart (Ephesians 1:18). Give your life to this quest – seeing and savoring more and more of the happifying beauty of God.” ~ John Piper
  42. “I was happier when pursuing success than I was when savoring its fruits; the attraction, perhaps the addiction, was in the process, as much as in its end.” ~ Michael Steinhardt
  43. “Exultation that does not flow from education, affections that do not flow from knowing, savoring that does not flow from seeing, feeling that does not flow from thinking – are hollow and rootless – noisy gongs and clanging cymbals. And God is not glorified by artificial and empty passions. True delight is rooted in true doctrine. God-centered exultation is rooted in God-centered education.” ~ John Piper
  44. “Seeing & savoring Jesus Christ is the most important seeing and savoring you’ll ever do.” ~ John Piper

  45. “The best news of the Christian gospel is that the supremely glorious Creator of the universe has acted in Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection to remove every obstacle between us and himself so that we may find everlasting joy in seeing and savoring his infinite beauty.” ~ John Piper
  46. “The inner essence of worship is cherishing Christ as gain – indeed as more gain than all that life can offer – family, career, retirement, fame, food, friends. The essence of worship is experiencing Christ as gain. Or to use words that we love to use around here: it is savoring Christ, treasuring Christ, being satisfied with Christ.” ~ John Piper
  47. “I’ve always believed in savoring the moments. In the end, they are the only things we’ll have.” ~ Anna Godbersen

  48. “The pleasure of sport was so often the chance to indulge the cessation of time itself–the pitcher dawdling on the mound, the skier poised at the top of a mountain trail, the basketball player with the rough skin of the ball against his palm preparing for a foul shot, the tennis player at set point over his opponent–all of them savoring a moment before committing themselves to action.” ~ George Plimpton
  49. “Dogs have always provided a special kind of love and companionship that I experience only some of the time with humans. They have a strong sense of character and live the way we ought to: dogs never compare you to your sister nor make judgments in her favor. Dogs never know what is coming and so live purely in the moment, savoring the good, doing their best to endure the bad–and they offer up this miraculous example so that we can learn from it.” ~ Linda Gray

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