Linda Seger quotes

  • Don't ever forget that you're a citizen of this world, and there are things you can do to lift the human spirit, things that are easy, things that are free, things that you can do every day. Civility, respect, kindness, character.

  • Probably 90 percent of our life decisions are powered by the twin engines of inertia and laziness.

  • I believe that decisions about the timing and manner of death belong to the individual as a human right. I believe it is wrong to withhold medical methods of terminating life painlessly and swiftly when an individual has a rational and clear-minded sustained wish to end his or her life.

  • Decisions are made by those who show up.

  • In this age, in this country, public sentiment is everything. With it, nothing can fail; against it, nothing can succeed. Whoever molds public sentiment goes deeper than he who enacts statutes, or pronounces judicial decisions.

  • Be brave and fearless to know that even if you do make a wrong decision, you're making it for a good reason.

  • Are you really angry, or simply aware of anger in the body and mind? Don't speculate, simply look at what is there.

  • Middle age has been defined as what happens when a person's broad mind and narrow waist change places.

  • Why should you mind being wrong if someone can show you that you are?

  • Rogue Squadron doesn’t run. Unless we really, really have to." "No, this will be Wraith Squadron’s mission." "We don’t mind running. Even when we don’t have to.

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