Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Perfect Life Quotes from famous authors such as Melanie Laurent, Olivia Wilde, Robert Musil, Vogue Williams, Madelaine Petsch. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
The perfect life would be to have an amazing part every year and to spend all my free time to just write.
A lot of people assume that women of a certain age who are not unattractive have no excuse for not having a perfect life. But you can have emotional baggage that is dragging you down like cement blocks tied to your feet.
Don’t you know that every perfect life would mean the end of art?
No-one has a perfect life. You put a perfect life forward, but no-one has a perfect life.
There’s no perfect life. There’s always something going on behind the curtain that people don’t know about.
I believe the perfect life is the right combination between great things, great success and stupid mistakes or failures.
I’ve always looked for the perfect life to step into. I’ve taken all the paths to get where I wanted. But no matter where I go, I still come home.
Nothing is perfect. Life is messy. Relationships are complex. Outcomes are uncertain. People are irrational.
I’ve always wanted a perfect life.
That’s pretty much why I went into show business because I wanted to have a guitar and sing unaccompanied, that was like my fantasy of the perfect life.
I was working as a stockbroker in New York and had the seemingly perfect life.
If it was up to us every single day, then we would all have a perfect life, but stuff happens, but it’s an imperfect world.
I would love to tell you that it’s been absolutely perfect, that I’ve been a man that’s been super Christian. But I’ve had mistakes, dumb things I’ve regretted, so it’s not a perfect life. But it’s one that has helped me make better decisions.
We live in New York. To be able to have a steady job and take your kids to school, and be around and work hard, is the perfect life.
Nobody’s perfect, so don’t go out there and try to act like you got to live a perfect life. Be yourself, and be happy with it.
I haven’t had a perfect life.
Everyone is comparing lives on social media and wants the perfect body, perfect image, perfect outfit, perfect life – we’re striving for this perfection, and it’s so unhealthy because there’s no such thing as perfection.
Living in an age of advertisement, we are perpetually disillusioned. The perfect life is spread before us every day, but it changes and withers at a touch.
Often, women as little girls are sent off on a track for them to live a perfect life and be a perfect woman. Not for boys, who can be themselves with their mood and their temper.
Someone from the family is always with me in England, and for me, that’s the perfect life.
I have a perfect life where I read; I go out into the wilderness and camp. I meet scientists and learn about their studies of wild animals, and then I come home… and start creating the world I have seen.
I think happiness really happens when you least expect it: it’s when you’re not really thinking about it, when you’re not trying to achieve it, when you’re not trying to get the perfect holiday, the perfect life, the perfect body, the perfect existence.
I love doing emotional scenes. As I’ve had a perfect life, I don’t really have much to pull from. But it’s really fun and not that challenging. It’s almost pretty easy. The hardest thing is to try and make people laugh. That’s a really hard thing.
Every one has her own love life. Every one has a dream to get a perfect life partner. But this is not so easy in real life. In fact, one doesn’t love; it happens.
Christ removed self as the force in His perfect life. It was, ‘Not my will, but thine be done.’
I have a real problem with watching movies where I see this perfect woman who is married to the man in question, who has a perfect life, who has perfect hair, perfect clothes, and doesn’t give you any of the kind of reality that you’re used to.
When I used to fight in Japan, I was popular there and people asked me for pictures and it was nice, and when I came home no one knew who I was. That was the perfect life.
While the resurrection promises us a new and perfect life in the future, God loves us too much to leave us alone to contend with the pain, guilt and loneliness of our present life.
Perfect is very boring, and if you happen to have a different look, that’s a celebration of human nature, I think. If we were all symmetrical and perfect, life would be very dull.
I’m exhausted by the idea that everyone is presenting this perfect life.