Quotation Explorer - 'Gladly'

There’s the wind on the heath, brother; if I could only feel that, I would gladly live for ever. - George Borrow
My heart in the East But the rest of me far in the West— How can I savor this life, even taste what I eat? How, in the bonds of the Moor, Zion chained to the Cross, Can I do what I’ve vowed to and must? Gladly I’d leave All the best of grand Spain For one glimpse of the ruined Shrine’s dust. - Yehuda HaLevi
Marriage isn't for life any more -- life is too long. Marriage is for love. Love gladly accepts responsibility. Love wants commitment. Marriage should be celebrated as the optimistic and glorious thing that it is. We can't call it a failure if it doesn't last forever. - Jeanette Winterson
CEOs will gladly overpay for a company if the acquisition enables them to keep their jobs. - Jay Samit
If you serve people, they will gladly serve your vision. - Sunday Adelaja
A string of excited, fugitive, miscellaneous pleasures is not happiness; happiness resides in imaginative reflection and judgment, when the picture of one’s life, or of human life, as it truly has been or is, satisfies the will, and is gladly accepted. - George Santayana
Miss, I'd gladly pay you to remove your clothes. - David Scheier
No gift unrecognized as coming from God is at its own best: therefore many things that God would gladly give us, things even that we need because we are, must wait until we ask for them, that we may know whence they come: when in all gifts we find Him, then in Him we shall find all things. - George MacDonald
If God were willing to sell His grace, we would accept it more quickly and gladly than when He offers it for nothing. - Martin Luther
The barriers between animal and human come down very easily. We belong to a single great family, and if we are lonely and unhappy we gladly accept the friendship of our distant relations. - Marlen Haushofer
Those who cannot have your love, will gladly accept your hatred. - Justin K. McFarlane Beau
I gladly sacrifice pear-shaped tones in favor of down-to-earth emotion. - Oliver
Real leadership is being the person others will gladly and confidently follow. - John C. Maxwell
Some friends gladly stay, some move away. Some come and go, but their affections grow. While some, I recall, are not friends at all. - Primadonna Angela
We gladly feast on those who would subdue us ... not just pretty words, Fester.
When we actually refer to God’s blueprint, we gladly work in fascinated conjunction with it, suddenly realizing that any other action outside of that blueprint is foolhardiness and lunacy of the worst sort. - Craig D. Lounsbrough
Some of the most polished ideas are discovered through healthy, honest debate, so if you don't argue with yourself every once in a while, other people will gladly point out if, in any sense, you missed a spot. - Criss Jami
Life is not complicated or finicky, it will gladly take you anywhere you choose to go. - Mark W. Boyer
It’s like this…a starving man would gladly eat a radish, right? In fact, a radish would be a feast if that’s all he had. But if he had a buffet in front of him, the radish would never be chosen. - Colleen Houck
The mind revels in conjecture. Where information is lacking, it will gladly fill in the gaps. - James Geary
Fuck the ones who hurt you Stop thinking about them, Get on with your own lifeThey'll eventually come back with apologies And you'll gladly accept them; as you keep growing with your life. - Nikki Rowe
I will gladly deal with the inconveniences that may attend living my life as I see fit, rather than be the kind of man who would forsake his own desires in order to seek or preserve the acceptance of lesser men.~ - Dave Champion
The best six doctors anywhereAnd no one can deny itAre sunshine, water, rest, and airExercise and diet.These six will gladly you attendIf only you are willingYour mind they'll easeYour will they'll mendAnd charge you not a shilling.-- Nursery rhyme quoted by , What the River Knows, 1990 - Wayne Fields
Beauty for wisdom, lust for love, youth for happiness, anger for understanding and denial for acceptance are all things I gladly trade on my journey through life. Who say's getting old is a bad thing? - J.S. Riley
But he said to me, ‘My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.’ Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me. - Anonymous
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