40 Best Self Importance Quotes And Sayings

We all have a tendency to be a little self-important at times. Whether it’s a bad hair day or a great one, we all have those moments where we begin to feel as if we have the world by the tail. Keep those eyelids fluttering with these self-importance quotes.

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How're we getting to King's Cross tomorrow, Dad?" asked Fred as they dug into a sumptuous pudding." The Ministry's providing a couple of cars, " said Mr. Weasley.Everyone looked up at him." Why?" said Percy curiously." It's because of you, Perce, " said George seriously. "And there'll be little flags on the hoods, with HB on them-""-for Humongous Bighead, " said Fred. J.k. Rowling
Glory of the world makes life meaningless. Glory of God...
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Glory of the world makes life meaningless. Glory of God fulfills it. Indonesia123
Beware ! Heart is too small to feel happy but...
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Beware ! Heart is too small to feel happy but soul is too big to take glory Indonesia123
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Every November of my boyhood, we put on red poppies and attended highly patriotic services in remembrance of those who had 'given' their lives. But on what assurance did we know that these gifts had really been made? Only the survivors–the living–could attest to it. In order to know that a person had truly laid down his life for his friends, or comrades, one would have to hear it from his own lips, or at least have heard it promised in advance. And that presented another difficulty. Many brave and now dead soldiers had nonetheless been conscripts. The known martyrs–those who actually, voluntarily sought death and rejoiced in the fact–had been the kamikaze pilots, immolating themselves to propitiate a 'divine' emperor who looked (as Orwell once phrased it) like a monkey on a stick. Their Christian predecessors had endured torture and death (as well as inflicted it) in order to set up a theocracy. Their modern equivalents would be the suicide murderers, who mostly have the same aim in mind. About people who set out to lose their lives, then, there seems to hang an air of fanaticism: a gigantic sense of self-importance unattractively fused with a masochistic tendency to self-abnegation. Not wholesome. your life? . Christopher Hitchens
Arrogant men with knowledge make more noise from their mouth...
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Arrogant men with knowledge make more noise from their mouth than making a sense from their mind. Amit Kalantri
Beware ! Discipline goes to two different directions : success...
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Beware ! Discipline goes to two different directions : success and self glory. Self glory is the biggest failure of life. Indonesia123
Kingdom of God will surely come upon someone if glory...
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Kingdom of God will surely come upon someone if glory of man leaves him Indonesia123
It is not reputation, fame, success or religiosity that glorifies...
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It is not reputation, fame, success or religiosity that glorifies God, it's slavery. Indonesia123
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The most important single thing we had to pound into ourselves is that we were not important, we musn't be pedants; we were not to feel superior to anyone else in the world. We're nothing more than dust jackets for books, of no significance otherwise. Ray Bradbury
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Every November of my boyhood, we put on red poppies and attended highly patriotic services in remembrance of those who had 'given' their lives. But on what assurance did we know that these gifts had really been made? Only the survivors–the living–could attest to it. In order to know that a person had truly laid down his life for his friends, or comrades, one would have to hear it from his own lips, or at least have heard it promised in advance. And that presented another difficulty. Many brave and now dead soldiers had nonetheless been conscripts. The known martyrs–those who actually, voluntarily sought death and rejoiced in the fact–had been the kamikaze pilots, immolating themselves to propitiate a 'divine' emperor who looked (as Orwell once phrased it) like a monkey on a stick. Their Christian predecessors had endured torture and death (as well as inflicted it) in order to set up a theocracy. Their modern equivalents would be the suicide murderers, who mostly have the same aim in mind. About people who set out to lose their lives, then, there seems to hang an air of fanaticism: a gigantic sense of self-importance unattractively fused with a masochistic tendency to self-abnegation. Not whol. Christopher Hitchens
Women have served all these centuries as looking glasses possessing...
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Women have served all these centuries as looking glasses possessing the magic and delicious power of reflecting the figure of man at twice its natural size. Virginia Woolf
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[I]f you seek in every way to minimise my firm beliefs by your anti-feminist attacks, please recall that a small dagger or knife point can pierce a great, bulging sack and that a small fly can attack a great lion and speedily put him to flight. Christine De Pizan
Yesterday i was clever so i took the glory for...
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Yesterday i was clever so i took the glory for me. Today HE makes me wise so i give the glory to HIM. Indonesia123
Big things in the glory of the world mean nothing....
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Big things in the glory of the world mean nothing. Small things in glory of God mean everything. Truly..., size doesn't matter in this world or in the world to come. Indonesia123
Sweet wine makes drunk, sour wine (insult) is
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Sweet wine makes drunk, sour wine (insult) is "tetelestai". Life is not about what we have done and become, but how God to be fully glorified. Indonesia123
Whatever we have in the glory of man is
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Whatever we have in the glory of man is "away". Those are just not enough before we go "home" to the glory of God. Indonesia123
Yesterday I was clever, so I took the glory for...
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Yesterday I was clever, so I took the glory for me. Today He makes me wise, so I give the glory to Thee Indonesia123
If we glorify God (not self) in everything we do...
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If we glorify God (not self) in everything we do then everything on earth will glorify God. Indonesia123
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France, stop throwing awards at me! I have so many already, give them to people who need them. Nuno Roque
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For how long will insult hurt a person? For as long as he covets self-importance. For as long as one covets temporary [non eternal] things. Dada Bhagwan