Stress Related Quotes

“They will march into the stadium together to stress that sports is a big, single family that also needs moments of fun. To each section of the IOC official protocol, we shall answer with our goofy and grotesque protocol and I am sure the people will laugh and cheer.”

Marco Balich

“We stress that Congressman Weller's relationships with various Indian tribes has been longstanding, built out of strong mutual support for a number of common causes.”

Chris Kennedy

“That underscores the possibility of yet another shoe to fall in world growth -- all the more reason to stress the protracted nature of this global downturn.”

Stephen Roach

I use the music to vent, and a lot of the stuff that I am writing about or was writing about contained a lot of anger and anxiety, stress and depression, so that's how the album came out so dark.

Vanilla Ice

God will never give you anything you can't handle, so don't stress.

Kelly Clarkson

“We will ... develop measures to reinforce formal protection for whistle-blowers, ... I want to stress that I am fully committed to addressing the concerns that all of you have identified in this survey.”

Kofi Annan

“Don't Stress the Small Stuff--and it's all small stuff,”

Richard Carlson

“There's no more stress. We can use the tournament to regroup and come back strong for the rest of our league games.”

Amy Pikas

“I want to stress that we all want to resolve this through a diplomatic way. The DPRK, not for the first time, has chosen to isolate itself.”

Christopher Hill

“Walking uplifts the spirit. Breathe out the poisons of tension, stress, and worry; breathe in the power of God. Send forth little silent prayers of goodwill toward those you meet. Walk with a sense of being a part of a vast universe. Consider the thousands of miles of earth beneath your feet; think of the limitless expanse of space above your head. Walk in awe, wonder, and humility. Walk at all times of day. In the early morning when the world is just waking up. Late at night under the stars. Along a busy city street at noontime.”

Wilferd A. Peterson