100 Quotes To Get You Through the Good Times and Bad

quotes to rememberThese 100 quotes are a priceless treasure you can take with you wherever you go. From inspirational quotes to quotes that offer healing and comfort this eBook will help equip you to face each day.

We all need a kind word or word of motivation throughout our day. With the stress at work, home or a bully at school an inspiring word can go a long way in turning your thoughts around and focusing on the good things in life.

“Sticks and stone may break my bones but, words will never hurt me.” This is a saying we said when I was a child. Although we would chant it to a bully the hurt of their words remained.

Words are the most powerful weapons a person possesses.  Whether they be kind, something said in anger or something you keep telling yourself. In the end, your subconscious does not take a joke.

So how do we counteract a harsh or unjust word? Do you spout your own insults back or do you kill them with kindness? God says that a kind word will turn away wrath.

Be careful what you sayQuotes are easy to remember and a great way to “Kill them with Kindness.” They are also great to keep the mind focused on positive thinking. Whether a death in the family has occurred or you look in the mirror and don’t like what you see.

We all have flaws and regrets. But when those regrets and flaws get the extra attention it can be dangerous. Your mind isn’t kind and can dwell on something until you feel you’re the ugliest person on the planet or you could have saved someone.

Nothing will eat at a person more than when they tell themselves something over and over giving it time and attention.

If you’re doing this as a motivational tool or to inspire, then give it all the time and attention you need, but if your mind is doing it to be unkind and living in the past then STOP. You will only hurt yourself, your life and those who care about you.

Here are the topics that are covered in this ebook with definitions taken from Merriam Webster’s Dictionary:


“1a: a divine influence or action on a person believed to qualify him or her to receive and communicate sacred revelation
b: the action or power of moving the intellect or emotions
c: the act of influencing or suggesting opinions
2the act of drawing in; specifically: the drawing of air into the lungs
3a: the quality or state of being inspired

b: something that is inspired 

  • a scheme that was pure inspiration
4an inspiring agent or influence


1a: the act or process of motivating 

  • Some students need the motivation to help them through school.

b: the condition of being motivated 

  • employees who lack motivation

2a motivating force, stimulus, or influence: incentive, drive

  • the Old Testament heroes added religious motivation to the waging of war
  •  —Richard Humble
  • The fear of failure was the motivation for his achievements.


1: obsolete: outcome, result
2a: degree or measure of succeeding
b: favorable or desired outcome; also: the attainment of wealth, favor, or eminence
3one that succeeds


1mental or moral strength to venture, persevere and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty


1the quality or state of being strong: a capacity for exertion or endurance
2the power to resist force: solidity, toughness
3the power of resisting attack: impregnability
4a: legal, logical, or moral force

b: a strong attribute or inherent asset 

  • the strengths and the weaknesses of the book are evident

5a: degree of potency of effect or of concentration 

  • chili peppers in varying strengths
b: intensity of light, color, sound, or odor
c: vigor of expression

6force as measured in numbers: effective numbers of anybody or organization 

  • an army at full strength


1the quality or state of being mindful
2the practice of maintaining a nonjudgmental state of heightened or complete awareness of one’s thoughts, emotions, or experiences on a moment-to-moment basis; also: such a state of awareness


1a: allegiance to duty or a person: loyalty 

  • lost faith in the company’s president
b (1): fidelity to one’s promises 

(2) sincerity of intentions 

  • acted in good faith
2a (1): belief and trust in and loyalty to God 
(2) belief in the traditional doctrines of a religion

b (1): firm belief in something for which there is no proof 

  • clinging to the faith that her missing son would one day return

 (2) complete trust

3something that is believed especially with strong conviction; especially: a system of religious beliefs 

  • the Protestant faith

the word loveLove

1a (1): strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties 

  • maternal love for a child

 (2) attraction based on sexual desire: affection and tenderness felt by lovers 

  • After all these years, they are still very much in love.

 (3) affection based on admiration, benevolence, or common interests 

  • love for his old schoolmates

b: an assurance of affection 

  • give her my love

2warm attachment, enthusiasm, or devotion 

  • love of the sea

3a: the object of attachment, devotion, or admiration 

  • baseball was his first love
b (1): a beloved person: darling often used as a term of endearment 
(2) British used as an informal term of address
4a: unselfish loyal and benevolent (see benevolent 1a) concern for the good of another: such as 
(1) the fatherly concern of God for humankind 
(2) brotherly concern for others
b: a person’s adoration of God


1the state or experience of one that suffers

the word comfortComfort

1to give strength and hope to: cheer 

  • comforted by the knowledge that the program will be fully funded

2to ease the grief or trouble of: console 

  • The mother comforted her crying child.
  •  The bereaved families of the victims were comforted by friends.”

110 quotes to get you through the good times and badAll these topics I have included in my 100 Quotes ebook. Not only will they equip you but they will keep your mind in a place where you can get through the good times and bad.

What goes in, comes out, so keep positive things going in and you will have a successful day!

Wishing you a bright and happy week- Heather Earles