THE ELIZABETH BROWNING QUOTES
Life as it is can be very tough at times. There are moments when all one needs is an extra push to get up and try again. These inspirations and motivations can be achieved through a number of ways and one of the most popular is quotes. Motivation goes a long way to encourage people to move from one level to another. The fact that these quotes are made by some of the most prominent people in the world gives others hope from the fact that they go or went through similar ordeals. A quote from Abraham Lincoln, J.F Kennedy that relates to difficulties in life is an encouragement knowing that both were presidents at some point. The main point of these quotes is to enable people reach heir goals no matter the circumstances appending them. There have been many inspiration people through the ages from the days of Socrates to the current philosophers and influencers. One of the most renowned encouragers of the Victorian era was Elizabeth Browning.
Elizabeth Browning was an English poet that derived her joy and inspiration from poetry. Her poetry was published after her death by her husband Robert Browning. She was widely known in the United States and England. Her poetry gave birth to the Elizabeth Barrett Browning Quotes which were extracted from her inspirational poetry. Her quotes including "Light tomorrow with today!" encouraging people to look forward to better things in life by creating better situations today that affect tomorrow has been used in many circles of life. Elizabeth Browning once said "Who so loves believes the impossible" meaning ability to love makes you a person doing the impossible as love is intangible. Elizabeth had her own moments in life of which she took with a stride inspiring her to rise higher and stand her ground. She once said that at painful moments, when reading is not enough and composing is impossible, dictionaries and grammars are excellent for distraction."
Her quotes were laced with spiritual empowerment as she ascribed to believing in God. Brought up in a Christian setting, Elizabeth was more often encouraged by the words in the bible which ended up in most of her quotes. She once quoted that "God answers sharp and sudden on some prayers, and thrusts the thing we have prayed for in our face, a gauntlet with a gift in it."
Elizabeth was an authority when it came to quotes and poetry on issues of love. She was a passionate lover and this was depicted in her marriage to Robert browning. Her quotes were a welcome option for the sceneries that required poetry including cocktails and dinners. She once said, "What I do and what I dream include thee, as the wine must taste of its own grapes." Fueled love and a passion to those that sought her words to uplift them. Elizabeth Browning remains a figure that makes impact through her literature years after her death. Her words have lived beyond her years and still make her an authority in poetry to this day.