Admitting quotes

  • Singing is a form of admitting that I'm alive.
    -- Alfredo Kraus

    #Singing #Admitting #Alive

  • I personally think that if you deny something or if you hide something you're inadvertently admitting it's wrong.
    -- Amber Heard

    #Thinking #Admitting #Deny

  • The only comfort within chaos is admitting you have no control.
    -- Amy Lee

    #Comfort #Admitting #Chaos

  • Life can be tough sometimes. But I think it just starts with admitting, 'Okay, the world's not perfect, how do we live our lives within that and not be miserable?'
    -- Amy Lee

    #Thinking #Perfect #Admitting

  • That’s the first step to learning: admitting what you don’t know.
    -- Amy Neftzger

    #Admitting #Firsts #Steps

  • She wondered if maybe tragedy was what it took to make your heart capable of admitting a new member.
    -- Ann Brashares

    #Heart #Tragedy #Admitting

  • Admitting errors clears the score and proves you wiser than before.
    -- Arthur Guiterman

    #Failure #Errors #Admitting

  • If I was a poet, I had become one because poetry, more intensely than any other practice, could not evade its anachronism and marginality and so constituted a kind of acknowledgment of my own preposterousness, admitting my bad faith in good faith, so to speak.
    -- Ben Lerner

    #Practice #Admitting #Kind

  • Most photographers would feel a certain embarrassment in admitting publicly that they carried within them a sense of wonder, yet without it they would not produce the work they do, whatever their particular field.
    -- Bill Brandt

    #Admitting #Fields #Photographer

  • There's nothing wrong with wanting someone to save us - or admitting we can't do it all ourselves.
    -- Brad Meltzer

    #Wanting Someone #Admitting

  • Seeing and admitting the truth about ourselves, about our role in creating our own problems, and about how we relate to others is vital for healing.
    -- Caroline Myss

    #Healing #Creating #Admitting

  • It is possible to think that the Internet will be a net positive for society while admitting that there are significant downsides - after all, it's not a revolution if nobody loses.
    -- Clay Shirky

    #Thinking #Admitting #Revolution

  • Humility is, in a sense, admitting how egotistical you are.
    -- Criss Jami

    #Humility #Admitting #Egotistical

  • The cat could very well be man's best friend but would never stoop to admitting it.
    -- Doug Larson

    #Cat #Men #Admitting

  • Be not afraid! In admitting a creator, refuse not to examine his creation; and take not the assertions of creatures like yourselves, in place of the evidence of your senses and the conviction of your understanding.
    -- Frances Wright

    #Understanding #Admitting #Like You

  • Yes, I'm shallow, I don't mind admitting it. Perhaps I should admit that there's no end to the depths of my shallowness.
    -- Franny Billingsley

    #Mind #Depth #Admitting

  • I'm highly aware that some impulses are harder to ignore than others. I'm aware that fear of consequences causes us to guard our secrets. But it's our actions when faced with temptation that define who we are. It's our courage in admitting what we've done wrong that makes us forgivable.
    -- Gena Showalter

    #Temptation #Secret #Admitting

  • When a guest blogger can't even be bothered sharing their own post on their social networks; they're pretty much admitting 'I don't care about this post, and I don't want to be associated with it'. In the end these guests posts are just another form of spam.
    -- George Stevens

    #Admitting #Care #Guests

  • There should be no shame in admitting to a mistake; after all, we really are only admitting that we are now wiser than we once were.
    -- Greg McKeown

    #Mistake #Admitting #Shame

  • So I'm scared, because you're not just not human, you're not like anyone....there's nobody like you in all the world and it's you I want. I want you and I hate wanting things and I especially hate admitting I want them.
    -- Holly Black

    #Hate #Admitting #World

  • I suppose I shouldn't go around admitting I speak untruths on the radio.
    -- Ira Glass

    #Admitting #Radio #Speak

  • I think admitting youre an addict is the first step towards recovery.
    -- J. J. Abrams

    #Recovery #Thinking #Admitting

  • The first step to dealing with a problem is admitting that you have a problem.
    -- Jase Robertson

    #Admitting #Firsts #Steps

  • It was better that we never apologized to each other. Then we'd be admitting that we were wrong and we owed each other something. That's where people got into trouble.
    -- Jennifer Echols

    #People #Admitting #Trouble

  • I have since learned that the most mature believer is the one who is bent over, leaning most heavily on the Lord, and admitting his total inability to do anything without Christ. The greatest Christian is not the one who has achieved the most but rather the one who has received the most.
    -- Jim Cymbala

    #Christian #Inability #Admitting

  • I have been an accomplice to the murders of untold numbers of human beings. I am admitting this only because I have made a deal with God. Spare me, I said, and I will try to stop others from committing the same crimes I did.
    -- Joe Eszterhas

    #Numbers #Trying #Admitting

  • For an adult, eating alone at McDonald's is admitting a kind of defeat.
    -- Jonathan Carroll

    #Mcdonalds #Adults #Admitting

  • Do you see any majority, anywhere, in this imperfect and irreligious world, admitting that the minority is precious? That any minority is precious?
    -- Katharine Fullerton Gerould

    #Majority #Admitting #Minorities

  • To talk of prayer after admitting he professed no faith was, in my opinion, a breach of common courtesy. In this sense, he did make a social blunder, for which I think he well deserved some minor castigation.
    -- Kenzaburo Oe

    #Prayer #Thinking #Admitting

  • Few things accelerate the peace process as much as humbly admitting our own wrongdoing and asking forgiveness.
    -- Lee Strobel

    #Admitting #Asking #Process

  • Harriet never minded admitting she didn't know something. So what, she thought, I could always learn.
    -- Louise Fitzhugh

    #Health #Inspire #Admitting

  • To love by admitting our connection to everything is how we stay well.
    -- Mark Nepo

    #Connections #Admitting #Wells

  • The fact is, psychiatric help is not widely available to CIA agents - and as in the military, there is a stigma attached to admitting post-traumatic stress.
    -- Michael Hastings

    #Military #Stress #Admitting

  • Admitting failure is quite cleansing, but never - pleasurable.
    -- Michael Morpurgo

    #Admitting #Cleansing

  • When I sing for God, I feel myself in accord with God, and the house of God, Mecca, is right in front of me. And I worship. When I sing for Mohammed, peace be upon him, our prophet, I feel like I am sitting right next to his tomb, Medina, and paying him respect and admitting to myself that I accept his message.
    -- Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

    #House #Admitting #Sitting

  • Bathed in sweat and trembling with agitation, no, not with agitation, but with fear, for he finally admitted it to himself: it was naked fear that had seized him, and in admitting it he grew calmer and his thoughts clearer.
    -- Patrick Süskind

    #Fear #Sweat #Admitting

  • We must begin by admitting that people and situations do not cause us to speak as we do. Our hearts control our words. People and situations simply provide the occasion for the heart to express itself.
    -- Paul David Tripp

    #Heart #People #Admitting

  • The first step in solving a problem is admitting there is a problem to be solved.
    -- Pete Seeger

    #Firsts #Steps #Admitting

  • Maturity, as I conceived it, was recognizing what was bad or peculiar in life, admitting it has to stay that way, and going ahead with the best of things.
    -- Richard Ford

    #Maturity #Admitting #Way

  • I don't have time' is the single most frequently given reason for living fractional, perpetually indentured lives, for not living fully or freely. Because time is life, when we say we don't have enough time, we are admitting that we don't have enough life.
    -- Sonia Johnson

    #Time #Admitting #Reason

  • Don't let the sun go down without saying thank you to someone, and without admitting to yourself that absolutely no one gets this far alone.
    -- Stephen King

    #Parenting #Sun #Admitting

  • The only tough thing is admitting to my wife how much a certain article of clothing costs.
    -- Taye Diggs

    #Wife #Cost #Admitting

  • There is a tendency to seek an objective account of everything before admitting its reality.
    -- Thomas Nagel

    #Reality #Admitting #Tendencies

  • Often admitting our weakness and fear is the first step to finding rest in God. Our trust in Him isn't conveyed though superhuman confidence as much as it comes in the way of childlike reliance on Him.
    -- Tracie Peterson

    #Admitting #Way #Firsts

  • There is a difference between admitting and confessing. Admitting involves softening, making excuses for things that cannot be excused; confessing just names the crimes at its full severity.
    -- Veronica Roth

    #Names #Differences #Admitting

  • I think there's a lot of power in admitting that you don't know everything.
    -- Kit Williamson

    #Thinking #Admitting #Knows

  • Admitting how ill we are, how deep the damage goes, how constantly the abuse cycle is repeated and how horribly we have failed those who most deserve our care and protection.
    -- Laura Mullen

    #Abuse #Admitting #Care

  • I love you, Im Meahri. I'm sorry because you suffered alone. For admitting it so late, I am sorry. You aren't going anywhere now. I am not letting you go anywhere.
    -- Yoon Sang-hyun

    #Sorry #Love You #Admitting

  • We don't like admitting this, but it is a key component of human existence: the fact that life has the potential for things both wondrous and horrific.
    -- Douglas Kennedy

    #Keys #Admitting #Facts