My Journey Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best My Journey Quotes from famous persons: Enoch Powell, Drew Barrymore, Neha Kakkar, N. T. Rama Rao, Jr., Saba Qamar. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the My Journey Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

If my ship sails from sight, it doesn't mean my journey

If my ship sails from sight, it doesn’t mean my journey ends, it simply means the river bends.
Enoch Powell
My life choices are not supposed to be the gateway to somebody else‘s. That’s my journey.
I feel whatever happens, happens for a reason. I am just glad the way my journey worked out.
I needed to have a journey of my own to tell my son tomorrow. To even discuss my journey with my family, I have to set an example.
Television is as much a part of my journey as film.
One of the biggest lessons I have learned along my journey thus far is to embrace myself.
My journey with Zoom began with a desire for the independence to build something that would make users happy, a true video-first unified communications platform.
I think there’s a lot of honesty in that track. ‘Smalltown Boy’ was about leaving Glasgow but it was also about the people I had come to meet on my journey, especially when I was squatting in London.
I want to share my journey because I think God wants us to share our stories with one another – to show others how what he has done in our lives. To help others who are going through the same thing. I think he gets joy in that.
My journey in Bollywood has been quite filmy, as it includes sleeping on railway platforms to teaching dance for a living. The journey has taught me a lot, and I am very grateful that all that happened with me. It helped me in becoming a more stronger man.
You don’t really know how your film is going to turn out, but you can give it your best shot and hope the audience loves it. This has been my approach right from the beginning, and it’s helped me a lot in my journey. All you can do is give the film your everything.
I feel like part of my journey as a filmmaker is to tell different stories, whether they are just a black perspective on things that aren’t necessarily hood movies, or Tyler Perry movies or Ava DuVernay movies. Love all those people, but that whole thing has been sowed up already.
Growing up, I never imagined my journey would pan out as it has, but the one thing I always knew was that I believed in myself.
In my journey, I got amazing characters to play which were as interesting as a lead role. In ‘Commando,’ my role was so good. I feel no actor have rejected that kind of a role.
Throughout my journey, my mother has been my biggest inspiration and will continue to be in my future endeavours.
I know how much my mom has impacted my journey and how much I wouldn’t be where I am without my mom. As much as she says she’s proud of me, I’m even more so proud of her because of what she’s done and how she’s been able to raise me and my sisters.
In my journey as a cartoonist, I seem to have accidentally stumbled into all sorts of traps, damnations and blacklists.
I’m different than most people. When I cross the finish line of a big race, I see that people are ecstatic, but I’m thinking about what I’m going to do tomorrow. It’s as if my journey is everlasting, and there is no finish line.
My journey is not to be a star but to become as aware a person as possible.
I think the first victory is always memorable because that is where my journey started in the IPL and I was part of the team.
I am a Delhiite, and my journey as a singer began in the city.
The only urgency I feel is to keep on, at a slow pace, with my journey.
I’m not a virtuoso on an instrument. You know, I’m not always singing in pitch. I laugh sometimes my way through the shows, but I’m an honest songwriter who’s always tried to bring the audience with me on my journey in hopes that they see their own lives reflected in the work.
My journey was not hard because I have seen stardom and the downfall very closely in my career.
Our film industry as well as the audiences are now open to unconventional pairings and subjects, which has aided my journey greatly.
I resigned from my position as Ushahidi Executive Director and member of the Board in 2010. However, my role as a co-founder and my journey as a woman in the technology space means that I remain inextricably linked to Ushahidi, for better or worse.
Everyone always says, ‘You must have always wanted to be just like your dad.’ But my dad’s career had nothing to do with my journey.
I believe India has multi-talented people, so I have also embarked on my journey as an actor. I don’t need to be a celebrity, since tennis has already given fame to me.
Leander Paes
Part of my journey is to say that the soul of the human being must be a massively intricate, wonderful creation that God has a respect for in ways that we do not and that leaves a huge amount of space to go explore.
William P. Young
I got my first computer at the age of 6. To me, it was magic. By the time I was 12, I wanted to know the secrets behind the wizardry, and that started my journey toward computer programming. This was the early 1990s, when computers weren’t built for the mass market.
I guess my journey with comics began with stuff like Spider-Man and Batman. I started off with mainstream superhero stuff, which I’ve never abandoned.
I was extremely honoured and privileged to have had the opportunity to visit Oxford University. It was a great experience to share personal anecdotes from my career and my journey and to indulge in a fun interactive session with the students there.
I started writingSouthern Baptist Sissies’ right after I had written the screenplay for ‘Sordid Lives’, so that’s when I started on a darker path in telling the truth about my journey in the church, but there was still a lot of funny.
I’ve been very lucky because Perth has been very good to me. I’ve enjoyed my journey and met so many wonderful people.
There are many defining moments in my journey.
I was a geek and had long hair. Life changed when I joined engineering in Manipal. I joined a group of 7 friends. From then, my journey was simply beautiful, and I cherish it to this date.
It’s just funny because I think a long time back I was not a fan favorite at all, and now people have followed my journey, have seen the struggle and the perseverance I’ve had, and they can relate to that.
In a way, Delhi has contributed in my journey to become a successful singer.
Believe me, my journey has not been a simple journey of progress. There have been many ups and downs, and it is the choices that I made at each of those times that have helped shape what I have achieved.
My journey began when I found out about YouTube on how do you make music, and from that, people started explaining me how I had to do it.
I want to thank the audience of both the Telugu speaking states for standing by me throughout my journey.
It is now, after doing TV shows and so much work, that people have accepted me as a great choreographer. So I had to struggle too much, and I am happy with my journey today, though there is a lot more left now.
My journey has been good, and by God’s grace, I have not changed.
It’s not like I’m a Buddhist or anything, but I think we’ve all got, to a certain extent, a predestined life. My journey took me from Boston to Philadelphia to Oakland to Los Angeles and then as a broadcaster. I’ve been fortunate.
When people ask me to describe my journey in Hindi cinema post-‘Barfi!’ I actually don’t know what to say.
Hawaii was so integral to my journey. I was just there at the right time.
There is never going to be an end point. But definitely, I am happy to complete a certain part of my journey, and that’s something I want to celebrate.
Any drug that alters a female‘s hormonal composition is a big deal. I have written about my journey with hormonal concoctions, and I assure you that they are nothing to be taken lightly.
Jaipur plays an important role in my journey of becoming an actress. It all began in this city. One day, someone spotted me in the city and asked me to come for a photoshoot.
I feel, as an artist, it’s important for me to write, and that’s a big part of what my journey is – being able to write my stories and talk about stuff.
In 2009, at the Vancouver Peace Summit, I met a supporter of Free the Slaves, an NGO dedicated to eradicating modern-day slavery; weeks later, I flew down to Los Angeles and met with the director of Free the Slaves; thus began my journey into exploring modern-day slavery.
Lisa Kristine
My journey is different from other star brothers, kids, or sisters. I think that is one of the main reasons that people don’t question me on this. So far, the media and the audiences have not really roped me into the ambit of nepotism.
My job is to give my best, and where my journey would take me is something that I have left to God. I am not much of a planner; I am more of a doer.
I know who I am. I’m proud of my journey.
My journey to Sridevi started when I was preparing for my debut film ‘Shiva.’ I used to walk from Nagarjuna’s office in Chennai to a neighbouring street where Sridevi used to live, and I used to just stand and watch Sridevi’s house from outside her gate.
My journey with Rajesh Khanna was good, thrilling… a roller coaster ride. I feel honoured to have two children with him.
When I began my journey in films, I never thought I’d be playing the lead in my films and was keen to move ahead with roles that give me scope to act.
There are endless what-ifs that have really made me have an appreciation for my journey and everything I have experienced along the way.
I began my journey as a captain when I was just 21-22 and leading the Indian side for so many years has helped me also grow as a person. My growth as a person pretty much has happened on the ground along with teammates.
When I look back, my journey isn’t about a small-town kid from Hazleton traveling around the country, but about the years I put in to get to this place in my life. Playing and finding out you’re not good enough, managing in the minors, working in player development, coaching and learning from the best minds in baseball.
I think I’d be lying if I said it didn’t help me in my journey with everything to play someone like Diana. She was so openhearted to everything and explored so much.
That’s just my journey in life, to be the most creative and successful and talented person that ever lived.
The beauty of my journey is that it’s always been pretty unpredictable, so stay tuned.
Mother’ is something people can’t swallow. It was about me visualising my connection with my mother, my journey through her belly, and it’s 60 minutes long – it was never going to be understood by the masses.
I enjoy being in the middle of my journey much more than being close to the end.
My journey has been a very fun one because I’ve chosen to make the best of every challenge that I’ve had along the way no matter what.
I’m thrilled to share the story of my journey in building Eventbrite and what I’ve learned along the way as a working mother and entrepreneur.
My journey was a very organic journey.
I have to constantly remind myself that no one is perfect and that this is my journey, and I have to be kind to myself.
I’m 10-12 years into life as an out gay man, and I’m a different person. I think there are things about my journey that might be useful to other people, and coming up with a hit record on its own doesn’t seem to be enough anymore.
The journey of Robert the Bruce became my journey because the moral of that story – as every schoolchild is taught in Scotland – is he went into this cave and watched a spider trying to spin its web and it kept failing several times, and then it finally succeeded.
Angus Macfadyen
The Big Show and Mark Henry and even John Cena helped me along my journey.
There are so many people who have helped me along my journey, too many to name really, but most important were my family.
I’ve done everything. I’ve been ring crew, I’ve been driver for a blind promoter, I’ve been a valet, I’ve been a referee, I’ve been a ring announcer, I’ve been a corporate officer, play-by-play man, blah, blah, blah. No one has been on my journey.
Wild at Heart’ simply came out of my journey as a man and then my work with men.
I will never forget where I come from, and my journey to becoming an NBA Champion has been hard to believe.
Awards are wonderful. I’ve been nominated many times and I’ve won many awards. But my journey is not towards that. If it happens it will be a blast. If it doesn’t, it’s still been a blast.
I really love comedy and weirdly enough, I love how my journey has ended up. I get to laugh all day long.
I just wanted to keep consistent and keep true to America and not seem contrived. I didn’t want to seem contrived at all with any song choice that might be a detriment to my journey on ‘The Voice.’
Will Champlin
I know that my great-grandfatherGeorge Rich – was born in Cape Town in 1866 and it set my journey off to go to Cape Town to discover and find out more.
You can all get what you want to get, and so my journey was to show you how many times along the way adversity has stared me right in the face, and I’ve looked it right back and said, ‘No.’
As a fan of music, I don’t like that artists release one body of music a year and then disappear because it’s hard to relate to that. I wanted to be able to bring my fans along on my journey and have them really feel like they’re living my life with me.
Much of my journey in Kazakhstan was about understanding the legacy of the Soviet times and finding out what remained of nomadic.
I’m extremely grateful for the way my career has panned out. My journey thus far has been satisfying and especially as the Style Editor for The Label Life, curating The Power Dressing Edit, knowing we are catering to the modern Indian women.
If you’re going through a hard time or if you’ve experienced a miscarriage, so many women have come up to me and said they went through the same thing, and they never wanted to talk about it, so I hope my journey can help you and that you can find God in my life.
My journey, my life, has not been easy. I have had to fight.
Because of my unique experience as my mom’s child, the beginning of my journey was more about me trying to figure out who I was on my own. My mom is one of the greatest moms and so supportive of all my siblings and of all of us being who we are, and not who she wanted us to be.
My journey is so similar to everyone else‘s journey, because we all are human. We all have been defeated by the powers of darkness, and we all find redemption in the light of Christ.
I’m super proud of myself, not because I can throw punches inside a ring but just because of my journey and who I proved that I am.
I talk only about my journey because that’s all I know. That’s what the audience always pulls me back to. There’s a hunger out there for the spoken journey, just to share the experience, the strength, the hope.
I would like to say I can change millions of lives, but realistically, if my journey inspires 10 people to go to university or to achieve something, then I think I’ve done my job.
I’m able to do motivational speaking all over the world and do so many positive things with my life because of my journey and the battles I’ve fought. Without cancer, I would have never had some of these opportunities, and I wouldn’t be the man I am today.
I don’t have any high aims or goals, but I hope to continue my journey of multi-tasking as I have been doing so far as an actor, dancer, and also serving people of the nation.
I never really look back. My journey has been unorthodox in many ways. All I do is count my blessings and try to be as present as I can, and I’m thankful for every step of this journey.
Ed Skrein
There are always going to be people who don’t understand or want to say something negative. But ultimately I try to put my focus on the people who have been supportive and loving and encouraging throughout my journey.
I wrote about my journey through the country of Serbia exactly as I have always written my books, my literature.
Peter Handke
The gratifying part of my journey is no one calls me a star child or a superstar‘s wife anymore. I think I have grown beyond that and have my own identity.
The first thing I do when I get up is pray and meditate to center myself for the day ahead. I ask for inspiration in my creative endeavors, guidance in my relationships and patience in my journey. It’s a great way to get focused for the day.
During my Mount Everest journey, I have gone through a lot many troubles, but at the end, I completed my journey and created a history for India.
I had almost forgotten to tell you that I have already been to the Parliament House; and yet this is of most importance. For, had I seen nothing else in England but this, I should have thought my journey thither amply rewarded.
At the end of my journey, I see myself as a Rocket. That’s where I ended my career, and also the organization that did so much for me. They knew I had a vision, and I went to work for the owner, who’s a man who believes in philanthropy and believed in me as a player.
My journey with Krishna Vamsi had started with revenge and ended with love. When I went to Krishna Vamsi’s office to work as an assistant director, I was sent out. Then I had thought they might one day need me.
I’m really thankful to everyone who has been part of my journey.
D. Imman
My journey continues, because I’ve, you know, conquered a lot. And I know how to conquer the rest.
Coming back to Delhi is always special. This is the place I’d started my journey from and became independent. Be it my career or my education, I learnt everything about life from this city, and it has made me who I am today.
I would honestly say I’m in the turtle‘s race. My journey is a marathon.
I don’t discuss my journey in the Hindi film industry since it is something personal to me.
When I first found out I had HIV, I had to find somebody who was living with it, who could help me understand my journey and what I was going to have to deal with day-to-day. I found out that a person named Elizabeth Frazier was living with AIDS at the time, and so I called her up, and she took a meeting with me.
I suppose, unconsciously, I used all my wives to further my journey up the ladder.
I’ve always been kind of precocious, but my journey sort of solidified when I was in college and majored in theater. That’s how I knew I wanted to spend my life writing, telling, and performing stories.
My journey has been up and down a little bit. Everything that has to do with success for me has sort of become a shock to me. You work so hard, you work so hard, and it happens; you’re like, ‘What? Wait, it’s happening to me?’
My journey of working in Telugu filmdom has helped me grow as an actor and person.
It’s all part of my journey – I’ve done a lot of stupid things, but you learn by your mistakes.
Ozzy Osbourne
I started my journey in music at the age of six.
My first score for ‘The Lord of the Rings’ trilogy, ‘The Fellowship of the Ring,’ was the beginning of my journey into the world of Tolkien, and I will always hold a special fondness for the music and the experience.
My journey has practically been a typical Hindi film script. I was a boy from a small town who wanted to make a future in dancing. Everyone though that I won’t be able to do anything.
I’ve always loved life, irrespective of all the ups and downs that have filled my journey.
I always call my journey into sobriety, my journey into queerdom, because I really did hate everything about myself.
Most of what I’ve learnt is too personal or controversial to share, but nevertheless, experiences have helped me understand things better and have been necessary for what my journey in future will be.
I am happy with my journey in the Indian film industry.
I think it’s my adventure, my trip, my journey, and I guess my attitude is, let the chips fall where they may.
My journey into modeling began completely by chance. I was in school finishing up my master‘s degree in health management and policy when a friend entered me into an online modeling competition.
I think getting rid of my leg was getting rid of the past and getting ready for my journey ahead.
My first relationship was from when I was about 15 to 19. My second relationship was kind of like a rebound, but also a really important part of my journey – he was very emotionally manipulative and just wanted me to be an accessory.
My journey is where I’m at right? It’s the monopoly board of my life, and I’m making my rounds.