The Best Wind quotes

As an entrepreneur, you know that wind is always at your back. And what better way to celebrate that than by reading some wind quotes? This compilation includes words of wisdom from entrepreneurs, athletes, and other sources. So whether you’re gearing up for a new venture or just need a little motivation, these quotes will help you reach your goals.

1. Stepping through fields of flowers and taking to her breast buds that had broken and lambs that had fallen — with the stars in her eyes and the wind in her hair–He took her bag.
2. An entrepreneur is born, when a person has more reasons to drive his dreams against his excuses. — Sukant Ratnakar, Open the Windows
3. ‘he’s got a box with a demon in it that draws pictures, ” said Rincewind shortly. ”Do what the madman says and he will give you gold.’ — Terry Pratchett
4. Take off that darn fur coat!…Or maybe you’d like to have us open all the windows. — F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby Girls
5. Fortunes mean nothing without knowing the lives they forever changed. — Tali Alexander, Lost in Rewind
6. And finally Winter, with its bitin’, whinin’ wind, and all the land will be mantled with snow. — Roy Bean
7. We found a way to make things look great to the human eye through the window of a graphical web browser without worrying about what everything looked like under the hood. — Mike Davidson
8. In the school I went to, they asked a kid to prove the law of gravity and he threw the teacher out of the window. — Rodney Dangerfield
9. The hero is not fed on sweets, Daily his own heart he eats; Chambers of the great are jails, And head–winds right for royal sails. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
10. Kindness begins in the heart of a willing mind. — D.A. McBride, The Wind Chimes of Life
11. We don’t have time, we just have a moment in time. — Tali Alexander, Lost in Rewind
12. No matter what you do, no matter how far away you run, what’s written in the stars cannot be undone. — Tali Alexander, Lost in Rewind
13. You marry who you think your beloved is, and then discover who they really are over the years. It’s that discovery that makes a marriage work. — Mercedes Lackey, Winds of Fury
14. When you looked out my window you could see the whole city crouched under a blanket of car smog. — Markus Zusak, Underdog
15. Oh, mightiest wind, wilt thou cease thy breathing inand hold thy exhales? — Richelle E. Goodrich, Making Wishes
16. The body is a house of many windows: there we all sit, showing ourselves and crying on the passers–by to come and love us. — Robert Louis Stevenson
17. I will be fine — as far as the wind will bring me the memories i have spent with you
18. I wrenched open the windows. I stood while the cold air poured around my face like dark water, as if I was a rock and it was chiselling me into a new shape. — Sue Woolfe, The Secret Cure
19. The leaves that are green turn to brown. And they wither with the wind. And they crumble in your hand. — Paul Simon
20. ‘i went to the little window and inhaled the country air. One could hear the breathing of the night, feminine, enormous.(”The Blue Bouquet”)’ — Octavio Paz, The Blue Bouquet
21. It didn’t look like a solid hand; it looked like paper, almost transparent in the light. Just as suddenly the hand was pulled back and the window went black. — Sian B. Claven
22. Sometimes my fancy gets to floating inside me, threatening to carry me away like a leaf on a wind. Better to be a stone. — Shannon Hale, Book of a Thousand Days
23. What use to skip those two grades in grammar school and get such a jump on everybody else, when the result is to wind up so far behind? — Philip Roth
24. Rincewind could scream for mercy in nineteen languages, and just scream in another forty–four. — Terry Pratchett
25. The greatest lesson a tree can give you is to stand tall and proud, no matter how strong life’s winds blow against you. — Matshona Dhliwayo
26. Earth, water, fire, and wind. Where there is energy there is life. — Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem
27. Money I could hardly think of it. ‘Go on, take it. — Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind
28. Gonna wind it up on my guitar. Gonna make that silver sing. — Tom Petty
29. Headwinds are sore vexations and the more passengers the sorer. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
30. I just think the world ought to be more sort of organized.”That’s just fantasy, ‘ said Twoflower.’I know. That’s the trouble.’ Rincewind sighed again. — Terry Pratchett, The Color of Magic
31. Even if we didn’t have greenhouse gases, were going to have to move away from fossil fuels, as we’re going to run out. They’re finite, whereas solar and wind are infinite. — Ted Turner
32. What do I know about life? What does a windmill know about the wind? — Marty Rubin
33. I was climbing high, high up Pen Dinas Head among the sparkling yellow gorse, sea birds and white heather, with the oily sheep huddled together against the wind — Suzy Davies, Johari’s Window
34. Rather than words comes the thought of high windows: The sun–comprehending glass, And beyond it, the deep blue air, that shows Nothing, and is nowhere, and is endless. — Philip Larkin
35. If AIG had tried to unwind their derivatives books. I don’t know. It would have hit every institution in the world. — Warren Buffett
36. I’d rather be partly great than entirely useless. — Neal Shusterman, Unwind
37. The wind, Tempestuous clarion, with heavy cry, Came bluntly thundering, more terrible Than the revenge of music on bassoons. — Wallace Stevens
38. We have very beautiful bad weather here at present–rain, wind, thunder–but with splendid effects; that’s why I like it. — Vincent Van Gogh
39. We do not need to attend classroom training programs for everything, our observation opens the windows of knowledge around us. — Sukant Ratnakar, Open The Windows: To the World around You
40. When you start paying people to be poor, you wind up with an awful lot of poor people. — Milton Friedman
41. It’s not enough to abolish abuse; custom must also be transformed. The mill was pulled down, but the wind still blows. — Victor Hugo
42. It is well to be informed about the winds, About the variations in the sky, The native traits and habits of the place, What each locale permits, and what denies. — Virgil
43. The cross is the surest, truest and deepest window on the very heart and character of the living and loving God. — N. T. Wright
44. What happens to the wide–eyed observer when the window between reality and unreality breaks and the glass begins to fly? — Stephen King
45. As I crossed the street, my sister yelled out the window, ‘Do you want us to bring you a cone?’ and I thought, You’re so stupid, Roberta, cones melt. — Mitch Albom
46. It is an arrogant man that thinks himself a god.And an arrogant god, thought Tieren, looking to the window, that thinks himself a man. — V.E. Schwab, A Conjuring of Light
47. I’d rather be partly great than entirely useless. — Neal Shusterman, Unwind
48. We wind up disappointed with our life and end up depressed because we have wasted it — Sunday Adelaja
49. If I see a door comin’ my way I’m knockin’ it down. And if I can’t knock down the door I’m sliding through the window. — Rosie Perez
50. Her laughter sounded like April showers, like whispered secrets, like glass wind–chimes. — Rebecca McNutt, Shadowed Skies: The Third Smog City Novel


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