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Top 32 Stoic Quotes For Warriors

Everyone faces different life’s challenges. You’re like a warrior who keeps on fighting in the field to win the battle. You’re using your sword and shield against trials and problems you need to deal with every day. Turning back is never an option because moving forward is your only choice. Whatever test of life you’re into right now, read this article and check the list of stoic quotes for warriors below. Read them by heart, and it’ll surely make you strong. 

“Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.” -Aristotle

“The well bred contradict other people. The wise contradict themselves.” -Oscar Wilde

“Never let the future disturb you. You will meet it, if you have to, with the same weapons of reason which today arm you against the present.” -Marcus Aurelius

“It is the power of the mind to be unconquerable.” -Seneca

“Always stand on principle, even if you stand alone.” -John Adams

“The great aim of education is not knowledge but action.” -Herbert Spencer

“As I grow older, I pay less attention to what men say. I just watch what they do.” – Andrew Carnegie

“Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.” -Thomas Jefferson

Whatever battle you’re facing today, always have the courage to fight and win over them. You’re strong and a champion. To give you more inspiration, here are more stoic quotes for warriors below. 

“Beware of missing chances, otherwise it may be altogether too late someday.” -Franz Liszt

“Sometimes the people with the worst past, create the best future.” -Umar ibn Al-Khattab

“The things you think about determine the quality of your mind.” -Marcus Aurelius

“Our greatest enemies, the ones we must fight most often, are within.” -Thomas Paine

“It is not the man who has too little that is poor, but the one who hankers after more.” -L. A. Seneca

“Until we have begun to go without them, we fail to realize how unnecessary many things are. We’ve been using them not because we needed them but because we had them.” -L. A. Seneca

“Remember, it is not enough to be hit or insulted to be harmed, you must believe that you are being harmed. If someone succeeds in provoking you, realize that your mind is complicit in the provocation. Which is why it is essential that we not respond impulsively to impressions; take a moment before reacting, and you will find it easier to maintain control.” -Epictetus

Always remember that trials are there to make you strong and not to make you weak. Your problems strengthen your faith and empower your hope. To get more inspiring stoic quotes, continue scrolling down this page.

“You should live in such a way that there is nothing which you could not as easily tell your enemy as keep to yourself.” -L. A. Seneca

“For what prevents us from saying that the happy life is to have a mind that is free, lofty, fearless and steadfast – a mind that is placed beyond the reach of fear, beyond the reach of desire, that counts virtue the only good, baseness the only evil, and all else but a worthless mass of things, which come and go without increasing or diminishing the highest good, and neither subtract any part from the happy life nor add any part to it?

“A man thus grounded must, whether he wills or not, necessarily be attended by constant cheerfulness and a joy that is deep and issues from deep within, since he finds delight in his own resources, and desires no joys greater than his inner joys.” -L. A. Seneca

“You know yourself what you are worth in your own eyes; and at what price you will sell yourself. For men sell themselves at various prices. This is why, when Florus was deliberating whether he should appear at Nero’s shows, taking part in the performance himself, Agrippinus replied, ‘Appear by all means.’ And when Florus inquired, ‘But why do not you appear?’ he answered, ‘Because I do not even consider the question.’ For the man who has once stooped to consider such questions, and to reckon up the value of external things, is not far from forgetting what manner of man he is.” -Epictetus

“To be good, and do good, is the whole duty of man comprised in a few words.” -Abigail Adams

“Try and fail, but don’t fail to try.” -John Quincy Adams

“Positive anything is better than negative nothing.” -Elbert Hubbard

“A person often meets his destiny on the road he took to avoid it.” -Jean de La Fontaine

Every time you fall, get up and continue fighting. Don’t let any single failure consume your desire for getting success. Always feed your heart with passion and your mind with determination. Hence, scroll down the page to see more uplifting stoic quotes.

“Wise men speak because they have something to say; fools because they have to say something.” -Plato

“The greatest test of courage on earth is to bear defeat without losing heart.” -Robert Green Ingersoll

“Nothing is burdensome if taken lightly, and nothing need arouse one’s irritation so long as one doesn’t make it bigger than it is by getting irritated.” -L. A. Seneca

“What really frightens and dismays us is not external events themselves, but the way in which we think about them. It is not things that disturb us, but our interpretation of their significance.” -Epictetus

“If what you have seems insufficient to you, then though you possess the world, you will yet be miserable.” -L. A. Seneca

“The first and most important field of philosophy is the application of principles such as “Do not lie.” Next come the proofs, such as why we should not lie. The third field supports and articulates the proofs, by asking, for example, “How does this prove it? What exactly is a proof, what is logical inference, what is contradiction, what is truth, what is falsehood?” Thus, the third field is necessary because of the second, and the second because of the first. The most important, though, the one that should occupy most of our time, is the first. But we do just the opposite. We are preoccupied with the third field and give that all our attention, passing the first by altogether. The result is that we lie – but have no difficulty proving why we shouldn’t.” -Epictetus

“For death remembered should be like a mirror, who tells us life’s but breath, to trust it error.” -William Shakespeare

“Expectation is the root of all heartache…” – William Shakespeare

“All great ideas are dangerous.” -Oscar Wilde


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