Muhammad Ali Quotes
10+ Best Muhammad Ali Authors Quotes
Respecting others is really just another way of showing love. When we appreciate and care for others, even if we don't agree with them, we are opening our hearts to them. And that is a beautiful thing.
Friendship is the hardest thing in the world to explain. It’s not something you learn in school. But if you haven’t learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven’t learned anything.
Friendship involves emotions and feelings that defy words, and it is one of the hardest things in the world to explain. Even though this relationship may not be easy to put into words this does not mean that friendship is something that is not important, and you have not learned anything until you learn the real meaning f friendship in your life.
Life isn't measured by how many breaths we take but rather by all of those things that took our breath away. Instead of wasting our time counting down until quitting time, let's look forward to every single day because it is what makes us rich in life!
Peace is one of the major things in Islam and everything is done in the name of God/Allah to reach peace. In Islam, praying and fasting for example is for inner peace, helping others is also for peace. Everything is done for peace and as mentioned, it’s one of God’s/Allah’s names. Be good to yourselves and be good to others, and you will not only achieve inner peace but outer peace.
It gently reminds us that life is accompanied by responsibilities. It's not all fun and games, right? This quote urges us to help others in order to pay our way through life. Pay it forward. You can make life so much more meaningful and worth living by helping others enjoy life and solving their problems instead of being selfish and caring only about what you want.
I hated every minute of training, but I said, 'Don't quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.'
Training is tough. Doing it every day is tough. But to be a Champion at what you want to do, you have to prepare, you have to train, you have to become the best. Ali was a Champion. Like most Champions in sports, they do what it takes to get to where they want to be. They put in the hours, the weeks, the years even, of consistent training to Get The Goals They Set. They do what needs to be done.
Muhammad Ali, a former famous American professional boxer, parallels wars of nations to simply changing petty lines on a map while comparing wars on poverty to changing the well-being of others for the better, not war. A war on poverty is more important than a war of nations because in Ali’s eyes people are all the same and should focus on helping rather than hurting each other.
Our imagination is one of the keys to living life on a new level. We will never go to any place without first seeing it within our minds. Imagining ourselves living life on our terms where we currently reside, will motivate us to take action in order to move in the direction of our dreams. Once you have imagined something you can get started on making it happen. However, if you can’t imagine something, you’re not going to fly off and start doing it.
Words are important, but sometimes it is better to say nothing. Silence can convey a lot more than words. silence makes us hear and listen to others. In present day, a lot many problems arise as we just try to put ourselves ahead of others. And in our eagerness to overpower others, we often fail to listen to others and their point of view. Hence, it is very true to call silence golden.
Islam is a religion of peace in the fullest sense of the word. The Qur’an calls its way ‘the paths of peace’ (5:16). It states that God abhors any disturbance of peace (2:205). In fact, the root word of Islam is ‘silm’ which itself means peace. So the spirit of Islam is the spirit of peace. The first verse of the Qur’an breathes the spirit of peace. It reads: In the name of God, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate. Thus Islam is a religion of peace in the complete sense of the word. Every teaching of Islam is based on the principles of peace and avoidance.