120 Inspiring Quotes to Help You Rise Above Negativity

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Are you looking for some motivational quotations about overcoming Negativity ?

 

We’ve compiled the best collection of rise above quotes, sayings, messages, and captions for Instagram (along with images and pictures) to motivate you to be positive and overcome negative thoughts and feelings.

Rise above meaning: The term refers to refusing to be harmed or manipulated by (something bad or harmful).

At times in life, we become overtaken by unpleasant feelings such as hatred, wrath, betrayal, ego, and so on, and hold grudges against our friends and family.

 

These inspirational quotations demonstrate the power of overcoming fear and insecurities in order to triumph over Negativity and achieve success in life.

 

Quotes About Rising Above Negativity

 

101. “We all have slow days, off days, days we feel tired or uninspired, but they are nothing to concern yourself with. Like the ocean, the stillness is just another of our natural states. Soon, the winds will return, the waves will rise, and your imagination will flow freely again.” – Beau Taplin

102. “If we aim to act in harmony with the laws of Good, we rise above all other laws and become a law unto ourselves; co-workers with God and helpers in nature. Ours is the privilege, ours the loss, if we fail to live up to our highest possibilities.” – Max Heindel

103. “My parents taught me the way to deal with being picked on was to be compassionate. I had to defend myself physically, but I had to be compassionate and understand the position of those abusing me. I had to figure it out and then rise above it.” – Saul Rubinek

104. “Women are against women, and men are against women. Like, women have to rise above so much to get ahead. I feel guilty that sometimes I hate being a woman. I hate it because there’s so much weight on your shoulders at all times. Maybe I’m just really sensitive.” – Natalie Prass

105. “We still have it in our power to rise above the fears, imagined and real and to shoulder the great burdens which destiny has placed upon us, not for our country alone, but for the benefit of all the world. That is the only destiny worthy of America.” – Helen Keller

105. “My fiction is almost always inspired by a character’s need or desire to rise above him- or herself. No one is perfect and some of us have much adversity in our lives; it is those people who struggle to rise above their nature or background that I find the most interesting and heroic.” – Robert Crais

106. “You become a true master of your life when you learn how to master your focus – where your attention goes. Value what you give your energy to. Rise above the pettiness trying to draw you in. Focus on what matters. Where attention goes, energy flows. Where energy flows, things grow.”

107. “Inner-life questions are the kind everyone asks, with or without benefit of God-talk: ‘Does my life have meaning and purpose?’ ‘Do I have gifts that the world wants and needs?’ ‘Whom and what shall I serve?’ ‘Whom and what can I trust?’ ‘How can I rise above my fears?’” – Parker Palmer

108. “I think, in storytelling, people want to see triumph, and so it’s usually nice to start with failure and see someone somehow rise above it. People like to see people try. And they like to see people fail for comedy, and they like to see people succeed for the drama and emotion.” – Nick Kroll

109. “Lift others and yourself as you rise above this mess of comparison. Thank God for those who embraced their true selves and gave us gifts that only they could give: from Steve Jobs to Michael Jackson to Ray Charles to Mark Twain. There are so many more, and the list goes on.” – Grace Gealey

110. “The English don’t like concepts, really, not from a pop star. It’s alright if they come from an ‘intellectual,’, but from a pop star you’re getting ahead of yourself. Part of the class game is that you shouldn’t rise above your station, and to start talking about concepts if you’re in the pop world is getting a bit uppity, isn’t it?” – Brian Eno

111. “Rise above hate. Every single time. There’s no need of developing negative emotions, it’s hard to hate a certain someone or something but remember you are manifesting negative emotions within yourself. Developing hatred makes us a bad person, and I believe everyone is a beautiful person. Never let hatred rule you.”

112. “Having realised that in cooking there was a vast field of study and development, I said to myself, ‘Although I had not originally intended to enter this profession, since I am in it, I will work in such a fashion that I will rise above the ordinary, and I will do my best to raise again the prestige of the chef de cuisine.’” – Auguste Escoffier

113. “I’d argue that in the last few decades in America, when people are asked what they hope the future will look like, they still turn to ‘Star Trek.’ They hope we put aside our differences and come together as humanity, that we rise above war, poverty, racism, and other problems that have beset us.” – Ronald D. Moore

114. “When you challenge other people’s ideas of who or how you should be, they may try to diminish and disgrace you. It can happen in small ways in hidden places, or in big ways on a world stage. You can spend a lifetime resenting the tests, angry about the slights and the injustices. Or, you can rise above it.” – Carly Fiorina

115. “Always, for me, when I am dealing with subjects related to my country that are very emotional, I have to find the right tone and distance because, obviously, I start with anger, asking ‘why that happened’ and ‘why it is still happening.’ I work to rise above my personal anger but still stay connected to my emotions. That’s a big challenge.” – Jasmila Zbanic

116. “What I like to think I’ve done is try to teach all women and my three female daughters, to teach them to rise above stuff, to find things that move you, to bring humor and laughter to everything that you do, and to realize that no other person defines you. Find what’s great about yourself, and band together as women.” – Joely Fisher

117. “I am planning to start a K. D. Jadhav Memorial International Championship in which I will have wrestling tournaments all over India. I will make a foundation and, through that, encourage youngsters to participate in sports activities. Jadhavji was my idol, and he inspired people like me to rise above our disabilities and achieve success in life.” – Sangram Singh

118. “I know who Queen Elizabeth represents. I know she’s the head of the British state. I know she has all sorts of titles in relation to different regiments in the British army. She knows my history. She knows I was a member of the IRA. She knows I was in conflict with her soldiers, yet both of us were prepared to rise above all of that.” – Martin McGuinness

119. “Southern politicians who have tried to rise above the passionate rhetoric surrounding the Civil War have frequently found themselves dragged back into the mire. Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, a Republican, was forced to apologize when his proclamation declaring April Confederate History Month failed to make any reference to slavery.” – Amanda Foreman

120. “There’s this little box that African-American actors have to work in, in the first place, and I was able to rise above that box. I could have done a bunch of movies where I stayed as the Axel Foley or Reggie Hammond persona. But I didn’t want to be doing the same thing all the time. Every now and then, you crash and burn, but that’s part of it.” – Eddie Murphy

 

 

 

 

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