Ultimate End quotes:

  • The ultimate end of any ideology is totalitarianism. -- Tom Robbins
  • The ultimate end of your education was to make you a good wife. -- Mary Wortley Montagu
  • The ultimate end of human acts is eudaimonia, happiness in the sense of living well, which all men desire; all acts are but different means chosen to arrive at it. -- Hannah Arendt
  • The ultimate end of all revolutionary social change is to establish the sanctity of human life, the dignity of man, the right of every human being to liberty and well-being. -- Emma Goldman
  • The ultimate end of education is happiness or a good human life, a life enriched by the possession of every kind of good, by the enjoyment of every type of satisfaction. -- Mortimer Adler
  • The ultimate end is a nation that lies under the concept of the Declaration of Indepen dence. The Declaration of Independence is such an extraordinary statement - it was designed by people skeptical of government, local or national, but in particular national. -- Malcolm Wallop
  • My ultimate goal is to end up being happy. Most of the time. -- Taylor Swift
  • In the end, life lived to its fullest is its own Ultimate Gift. -- Jim Stovall
  • At the end of the day, the ultimate goal is winning the ballgame. -- Paul Pierce
  • Religion is not an end in itself. One's union with God is the ultimate goal. -- Peace Pilgrim
  • Is it not possible that the ultimate end is gaiety and music and a dance of joy? -- James Stephens
  • Indeed one of the ultimate advantages of an education is simply coming to the end of it. -- B. F. Skinner
  • As peace is the end of war, so to be idle is the ultimate purpose of the busy. -- Samuel Johnson
  • Any goal without salvation as its ultimate end is as pointless as trying to live forever on this earth. -- Tarek Saab
  • There are grounds for cautious optimism that we may now be near the end ofthe search for the ultimate laws of nature. -- Stephen Hawking
  • All paths are valid, but in the end you will find that the realization of the ultimate truth is a pathless path. -- Enza Vita
  • A man who could not see the end of his"provisional existence" was not able to aim at an ultimate goal in life. -- Viktor E. Frankl
  • Love is the ultimate, the end. You love for love's own sake. It is not a means to anything else, it is its own end. -- Rajneesh
  • The ultimate truth is penultimately always a falsehood. He who will be proved right in the end appears to be wrong and harmful before it. -- Arthur Koestler
  • To me, ultimate happiness is a journey, not a destination. It's not somewhere you end up, it's making choices every day to make yourself happy. -- Lizzie Velasquez
  • I'd like to think you don't stop being creative once you get happy. My ultimate goal is to end up being happy. Most of the time. -- Taylor Swift
  • The ultimate end...is not knowledge, but action. To be half right on time may be more important than to obtain the whole truth too late. -- Aristotle
  • Time is the ultimate long tail. Even with a big wad of money up front, if something sells forever, the back end is what ultimately counts. -- J. A. Konrath
  • At the end of the day, the key to happiness is taking ultimate responsibility for your reactions to all of your experiences - the good and the chaotic. -- Yehuda Berg
  • It invites a search for ultimate causes: why were Europeans, rather than Africans or Native Americans, the ones to end up with guns, the nastiest germs, and steel? -- Jared Diamond
  • We must consider both the ultimate end and all clear sensory evidence, to which we refer our opinions; for otherwise everything will be full of uncertainty and confusion. -- Epicurus
  • To be happy at home is the ultimate result of all ambition, the end to which every enterprise and labor tends, and of which every desire prompts the prosecution. -- Samuel Johnson
  • Give yourself the freedom to explore the possibility of life without limits. Goals are dreams with deadlines, a means to an end but not the ultimate purpose of life. -- Glynis Nunn
  • Due to mistakenly believing that outer problems are their own problems, most people seek ultimate refuge in the wrong objects. As a result, their suffering and problems never end. -- Kelsang Gyatso