Quotations About / On: FLY

  • 11.
    I wanted to learn to fly, not because it was the smart thing to do in the 1920s, but because I was afraid of anything that flew.... I reasoned that if I learned to fly, I might conquer my fear of it. The remedy worked.
    (Joy Bright Hancock (1898-1986), U.S. naval officer. Lady in the Navy, ch. 3 (1972). In 1925, Hancock's husband of fifteen months had died in a plane crash. Here she was explaining why she became a student pilot in the late 1920s. Later, she would become an officer in the WAVES, the U. S. Navy's women's division.)
    More quotations from: Joy Bright Hancock, fly, smart, fear
  • 12.
    As soon as you think you can fly, your wings become lame
    ((15-11-017 / E.M.L.A. Eggenkamp))
    More quotations from: E.M.L.A. Eggenkamp
  • 13.
    In life, learning how to fly at first isn't the best, learn to crawl first
    (Juni, victor)
    More quotations from: Juni Victor
  • 14.
    If one believes in one's abilities, one can do wonders as Pigs can Fly.
    (This is with regarding myself.)
    More quotations from: Sanket Jain
  • 15.
    We couldn't fly but falling for each other felt like we learned how to glide
    (From my poem, The Rhymes of a Pleaser)
    More quotations from: Stevens Cadet
  • 16.
    With furious wings and vindicate thought fly until you touch the sky.
    (I made it to inspire my own self to gain victory in this internal war of mine.)
    More quotations from: Bharath konduru
  • 17.
    I hate flies and mosquitoes
    (Nuisance insects)
    More quotations from: Sherif Monem
  • 18.
    True love is like a flying dove! !
    (True love.)
    More quotations from: Edward Kofi Louis
  • 19.
    Be careful not to mistake a high-flying vulture for an eagle
    (give attention to the minutest detail)
    More quotations from: Akachukwu Lekwauwa
  • 20.
    “The shell must break before the bird can fly.”
    ( Alfred Lord Tennyson)
    More quotations from: Alfred Lord Tennyson
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