The Best Road quotes

When it comes to starting and running a business, there’s a lot of advice out there. But sometimes, the best inspiration can come from individuals who have been down the road before you. That’s why we’ve put together this compilation of quotes from entrepreneurs who have shared their wisdom on everything from taking risks to staying motivated. Whether you’re just starting out or you’re feeling stuck in a rut, these insights will help you stay focused on your goals and keep moving forward.


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The best road quotes

1. A good plan is like a road map: It shows the final destination and usually the best way to get there. — H. Stanley Judd

2. Revenge can only be found on the road to self–destruction. — Wayne Gerard Trotman, Kaya Abaniah and the Father of the Forest

3. Roads remain the essential network of the non–virtual world. They are the infrastructure upon which almost all other infrastructure depends. They are the paths of human endeavor. — Ted Conover

4. It is strange how a scrap of poetry works in the mind and makes the legs move in time to it along the road. — Virginia Woolf

5. There are two roads you can go by, they meet up in the long run, but there is still time to change the road your on. — Robert Plant

6. No matter how far you have gone down the road its never too late to stop and reinvent yourself — rassool jibraeel snyman

7. You don’t write about the horrors of war. No. You write about a kid’s burnt socks lying in the road. — Richard Price

8. Whatever action we take may influence the course of civilization. — M. Scott Peck, The Road Less Traveled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values, and Spiritual Growth

9. People who stand in the ‘middle–of–the–road’ get run over. — Rush Limbaugh

10. Go off–road…Practice a little daring. — Tony Snow

11. It is usually the roughest road that leads to the heights of greatness. — Ziad K. Abdelnour

12. You may tire of reality but you never tire of dreams. — L.M. Montgomery, The Road to Yesterday

13. Just can’t wait to get on the road again — Willie Nelson

14. I wonder about all the roads not taken and am moved to quote Frost…but won’t. It is sad to be able only to mouth other poets. I want someone to mouth me. — Sylvia Plath

15. On the road, as a ‘rock star, ‘ there’s superficial attention and adulation is thrown at you for a couple of hours–then you’re alone in your room and it’s lonely. — Melissa Etheridge

16. A sausage is an image of rest, peace and tranquility in stark contrast to the destruction and chaos of everyday life. — Tom Robbins, Another Roadside Attraction

17. But grief makes a monster out of us sometimes . . . and sometimes you say and do things to the people you love that you can’t forgive yourself for. — Melina Marchetta, On the Jellicoe Road

18. The long and winding road that leads to your door / Will never disappear, / I’ve seen that road before it always leads me here, / Leads me to your door. — Paul Mccartney

19. Sometimes sanity just means the ability to recognize the end of the road when you reach it. — Robert Dunbar, The Streets

20. Plain question and plain answer make the shortest road out of most perplexities. — Mark Twain

21. I hear lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore; While I stand on the roadway, or on the pavements gray, I hear it in the deep heart’s core. — William Butler Yeats

22. I’m more than open to hope, but I think men and women have a difficult time dealing with each other and often take the low road. — Neil LaBute

23. There is no real victory unless it shares the righteousness of that man’s heart. — Peter W. Smorynski, The Road to Betrayal

24. My life is the road, man. I need to keep moving. — Matthew Mcconaughey

25. People who stand in the ‘middle–of–the–road’ get run over. — Rush Limbaugh

26. We can help pave the roads of those around us, but we can’t choose their direction. — Michelle Moran, Rebel Queen

27. Only worse thing than being cold, and too tired to defend yourself, is to be cold and alone. And I wouldn’t ever wish that on nobody. — Steven J. Carroll, The Road to Jericho

28. By the road to the contagious hospital under the surge of the blue mottled clouds driven from the northeast–a cold wind. — William Carlos Williams

29. But the walls of my resolvemortared with stubbornnesshave been breached by circumstancesI cannot handle alone. — Susie Clevenger, Dirt Road Dreams

30. As I have always held it a crime to anticipate evils, I will believe it a good comfortable road until I am compelled to believe differently. — Meriwether Lewis

31. The road to the inn is much better than the stay. — Miguel De Cervantes

32. I always found the road exciting. I liked stinking hotels and freezing dressing rooms. — Suzi Quatro

33. In the road ships must ride in 30, 40, or 50 fathom water, not above half a mile from the shore at farthest: and if there are many ships they must ride close one by another. — William Dampier

34. Do you know what the definition of insane is? Yes. It’s the inability to relate to another human being. It’s the inability to love. — Richard Yates, Revolutionary Road

35. The way to be happy is totake pleasure in what you do and how you do it, not inimagining that happiness is some place at the end of the road. — Toby Reynolds

36. What new thoughts are suggested by seeing a face of country quite familiar, in the rapid movement of the rail–road car! — Ralph Waldo Emerson

37. When you take the high road you will see things that some people can’t. — Shannon L. Alder

38. As we wind on down the road, our shadows taller than our souls. — Robert Plant

39. It’s nice that I can go down the road of obsessing over this smiley–face bullshit so maybe I can get free from it and think about something else–it’s so banal and yet so crazy! — Nate Lowman

40. Two roads diverged in a wood, and I–I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. — Robert Frost

41. The middle of the road is a poor place to walk. It is a poor place to drive. It is a poor place to live. — Vance Havner

42. There are some debts that can’t be paid with money. — Steven J. Carroll, The Road to Jericho

43. A guy walks into a pub with a lump of asphalt on His shoulder, He says to the bar man give us a pint and one for the road. — Tommy Cooper

44. I seem to see ahead, in a kind of way. I know we are going to take a very long road, into darkness; but I know I can’t turn back. — J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings

45. Your mind, this globe of awareness, is a starry universe. When you push off with your foot, a thousand new roads become clear. — Rumi

46. When you take the high road you will see things that some people can’t. — Shannon L. Alder

47. This isn’t the road home. This is a road littered with questions that will inevitably lead to an answer. — Meryl S. Kavanagh

48. In our era, the road to holiness necessarily passes through the world of action. — Robert Green Ingersoll

49. Prayer is a way, a road we build for love to walk into our lives. — Summer Kinard, Can’t Buy Me Love

50. We fear what we long for. This is the paradox. — Tony Brasunas, Double Happiness: One Man’s Tale of Love, Loss, and Wonder on the Long Roads of China


No matter how short or long, roads are symbols of possibility. They represent new beginnings and new directions, as well as the promise of adventure and excitement. So, no matter what you are facing, take a moment to reflect on the beauty of the road ahead. And remember, no matter how many curves, bumps, or detours you may encounter, you will always find a way to reach your destination.

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