Quotes About the Will

The following quotes about the will are collected from a variety of authors and sources.

  • “Where your will is ready, your feete are light.”
    by George Herbert Outlandish Proverbs
  • “That which two will, takes effect.”
    by George Herbert Outlandish Proverbs
  • “To him that will, waies are not wanting.”
    by George Herbert Outlandish Proverbs
  • “People do not lack strength; they lack will.”
    by Victor Hugo
  • “The stronger your will, the clearer and more defined your goals will be and the greater the ‘coincidences’ that will appear in front of you, helping you get where you wish – Heaven or hell. You decide what you want.”
    by Alfredo Karras Be
  • “Love is probably the best example of how unreal our ego looks at our lives. Because we surrender ourselves to the fact that we cannot decide all future outcomes with only our own free will.”
    by Frederik Kerling
  • “The magnum opus is pre-eminently the creation of man by himself, that is, the full and complete conquest which he can make of his faculties and his future; it is pre-eminently the perfect emancipation of his will.”
    by Eliphas Levi
  • “…the will, in truth, signifies nothing but a power or ability to prefer or choose: and when the will, under the name of a faculty, is considered as it is, barely as an ability to do something, the absurdity in saying it is free, or not free, will easily discover itself.”
    by John Locke An Essay Concerning Human Understanding
  • “Courage is a moral quality; it is not a chance gift of nature like an aptitude for games. It is a cold choice between two alternatives, the fixed resolve not to quit; an act of renunciation which must be made not once but many times by the power of the will. Courage is willpower.”
    by Lord Moran
  • “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.”
    by Proverbs (English)

First | Previous 10 | 1 2 3 | Next 10 | Last

Leave a Reply