Marianne Williamson Quotes.
Physical circumstances have very little to do with either our capacity to love or to attract love.
I love prayer candles, and I use them often.
The press creates a caricature.
The challenges we face in life are always lessons that serve our soul’s growth.
Politics is in a crisis because it’s separated from our deep humanity.
Unforgiveness is like drinking poison yourself and waiting for the other person to die.
When I went to college in the 1970s, the Women’s Liberation movement was all the buzz.
Love is the intuitive knowledge of our hearts.
We may have bad weather in Ireland, but the sun shines in the hearts of the people and that keeps us all warm.
Your relationship to food is but a reflection of your relationship to yourself, as is everything in your life.
I think the heartbreak of September 11 – America’s grief not only over the loss of life but also the loss of our own innocence – has expanded us as people because it has tenderized our hearts. On a psychological level, the American people have matured as a result of that awful day.
Nothing liberates our greatness like the desire to help, the desire to serve.
I remember I was walking through a store, and I saw clothes a 25-year-old would wear. And the conversation in my head was, ‘I’m not young and fabulous anymore.’ But, immediately, there was a voice that said, ‘No, you can be older and fabulous.’ In other words, still just as fabulous, but in a different way.
As citizens of the United States, we are stewards of this magnificent thing called democracy.