22 Greatest Discernment Quotes

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Discernment Quotes

“Discernment is God’s call to intercession, never to faultfinding.” – Corrie Ten Boom

“The difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say no to almost everything.” – Warren Buffett

“Compassionate action emerges from the sense of openness, connectedness, and discernment you have created.” – Joan Halifax

“I must judge for myself, but how can I judge, how can any man judge, unless his mind has been opened and enlarged by reading.” – John Adams

“We should not fret for what is past, nor should we be anxious about the future; men of discernment deal only with the present moment.” – Chanakya

“Sometimes you can tell what something is by what is isn’t.” – Kenneth Copeland

“Her great merit is finding out mine – there is nothing so amiable as discernment.” – Lord Byron

“The Bible says we need to love our enemies, bless our enemies. It does not say we should assume our enemies’ priorities.” – David McGee

“We need discernment in what we see and what we hear and what we believe.” – Charles R. Swindoll

“When focusing only on one’s credentials one boasts his own incompetence in his capacity for discernment of the individual.” – Criss Jami

“People should not expect the state to protect them from fraudsters. If we do, we get into the habit of neglecting our own powers of intellectual discernment.” – Julian Baggini

“One of the first things we learn from our teachers is discernment: the ability to tell truth from fiction, to know when we have lost our center and how to find it again. Discernment is also one of the last things we learn, when we feel our paths diverge and we must separate from our mentors in order to stay true to ourselves.” – Anne Hill

“I’ve been blessed with a good head on my shoulders and quite a good ability of discernment. I can see through people.” – Kellan Lutz

“According to ayurveda, we become what we surround ourselves with. And so it stands to reason that we have to be discerning about what we surround ourselves with.” Steve Cope [p. 85]” – Dani Shapiro

“When a person goes into a relationship emotionally needy, they are not going to have discernment in choosing people.” – Jennifer O’Neill

“St. John’s eyes, though clear enough in a literal sense, in a figurative one were difficult to fathom. He seemed to use them rather as instruments to search other people’s thoughts, than as agents to reveal his own: the which combination of keenness and reserve was considerably more calculated to embarrass than to encourage.” – Charlotte Brontë

“As soldiers need not only courage but tactics also, so does a philosopher need not only courage and philosophy but discernment also, to tell what his right time of dying is – so that he neither seek it nor flee it.” – Apollonius of Tyana

“God gives His deepest discernment and sharpest marksmanship to men who aim to expose His truth before an enemy’s lies.” – Criss Jami

“Before I was married to Martin and became a King, I was a proud Scott, shaped by my mother’s discernment and my father’s strength.” – Coretta Scott King

“There is a solid satisfaction in one’s having and being conscious that he merits the good opinion of men of true discernment and real worth. But to have a name among the weak and the wicked is shame and reproach.” – Samuel Adams

“Love and compassion don’t at all have to make us weak, or lead us to losing discernment and vision. We just have to learn how to find them. And see, in truth, what they bring us.” – Sharon Salzberg

“Seeing reality for what it is is what we call discernment. The work of discernment is very hard.” – Lewis B. Smedes

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