30 famous quotes from women about health
Virginia Woolf said that “for much of history, Anonymous was a woman.” For this reason, the overwhelming majority of quotes from famous people are signed by men.
The visibility of women in history, the use of feminine ancestral wisdom as masculine wisdom is used, will serve so that one day we will not have to emphasize this issue, because naturally, we will use them in a balanced way.
To remember it, we collected some unforgettable phrases about health:
- I was born with good health and a strong body, but I spent years abusing them (Ava Gardner).
- Health is not a state of matter, but of the mind. (Mary Baker Eddy).
- There is no worse agony than carrying with us a story that has not been told (Maya Angelou).
- The wrinkles of the skin are that indescribable something that comes from the soul (Simone de Beauvoir).
- The healthy and strong person is the one who asks for help when they need it (Rona Barrett).
- Take care of your mind, your body will thank you. Take care of your body, your mind will thank you (Debbie Hampton).
- Happiness is good health and a bad memory (Ingrid Bergman).
- Your body is a temple, but only if you treat it as such (Astrid Alauda).
- The great disease today is not leprosy or tuberculosis, it is the feeling of not being loved (Mother Teresa of Calcutta).
- Getting older is not for the weak (Bette Davies).
- Every living cell in your body is made from the food you eat. If you constantly eat junk food then you will have a junk body (Jeanette Jenkins).
- Health cannot be bought. Still, it can be an incredibly valuable savings account (Anne Wilson Schaef).
- The food you eat can be the most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison (Ann Wigmore).
- Laughter is the only medicine without side effects (Shannon L. Alder).
- Your body listens to everything your mind says (Naomi Judd).
- Many things become problematic for one reason only: discontent with oneself (Anna Freud).
- Caring is the science of nursing (Jean Watson).
- I tried to drown my pains, but they learned to swim (Frida Kahlo).
- Strength does not come from physical ability but from indomitable will. (Indira Gandhi).
- Good health is a duty for yourself, for your contemporaries, for your heirs and for the progress of the world (Gwendolyn Brooks).
- Health is not simply the absence of disease (Hannah Green).
- It is easier to change a man’s religion than to change his diet (Margaret Mead).
- Time awareness equals stress and bodily and emotional exhaustion (Shirley MacLaine).
- I think my greatest achievement is that, after going through a pretty difficult time, I consider myself comparatively healthy (Jackie Kennedy).
- You don’t learn from successes; you don’t learn from rewards; you don’t learn from celebrity; You only learn from wounds and scars and mistakes and failures. And that’s the truth (Jane Fonda).
- Depression is not romantic: it is shit (Brigitte Vasallo).
- Losing confidence in one’s body is losing confidence in oneself (Simone de Beauvoir).
- You can often change your circumstances by changing your attitude (Eleanor Roosevelt).
- No matter where we live on the planet or how difficult our situation seems to be, we have the ability to overcome and transcend our circumstances (Louis Hay).
- Strength does not come from physical ability but from indomitable will (Indirah Ghandi).
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