Top 20 Quotes on Recharge

By Brian Baulch | Blog

Jan 20
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Take time to recharge…

but first, you’re welcome to read the top 20 quotes how others perceived the word recharge or recharging in their experiences.

What about you? How do you recharge your life battery?

Quotes are not in no particular order:

1. “Shutting off the thought process is not rejuvenating; the mind is like a car battery — it recharges by running.”
― Bill Watterson

2. “If you neglect to recharge a battery, it dies. And if you run full speed ahead without stopping for water, you lose momentum to finish the race.”
― Oprah Winfrey

3. “Positive energy is your priceless life force. Protect it. Don’t allow people to draw from your reserves; select friends who recharge your energies . . . I’m not asking you to cut people out of your life, but I am asking you to invest your time with people who will push you to be your best. Winners love to see other people win.”
― Chalene Johnson, PUSH: 30 Days to Turbocharged Habits, a Bangin’ Body, and the Life You Deserve!

4. “The battery was a lithium thionyl chloride non-rechargeable. I figured that out from some subtle clues: the shape of the connection points, the thickness of the insulation, and the fact that it had “LiSOCl2 NON-RCHRG” written on it.”
― Andy Weir, The Martian

5. “[Words] cling to the very core of our memories and lie there in silence until a new desire reawakens them and recharges them with loving energy. That is one of the qualities of love that moves me most, their capacity for transmitting love. Like water, words are a wonderful conductor of energy. And the most powerful, transforming energy is the energy of love.”
― Laura Esquivel, Swift as Desire

6. “In the old days, before I was married, or knew a lot of women, I would just pull down all the shades and go to bed for three or four days. I’d get up to shit. I’d eat a can of beans, go back to bed, just stay there for three or four days. Then I’d put on my clothes and I’d walk outside, and the sunlight was brilliant, and the sounds were great. I felt powerful, like a recharged battery. But you know the first bring-down? The first human face I saw on the sidewalk, I lost half my charge right there.”
― Charles Bukowski, Charles Bukowski: Sunlight Here I am – Interviews and Encounters 1963-1993

7. “Taking time to rest, renew, and refresh yourself isn’t wasted time. Recharge. Choose what energizes you.”
― Melody Beattie, Journey to the Heart: Daily Meditations on the Path to Freeing Your Soul

8. “Relax, Recharge and Reflect. Sometimes it’s OK to do nothing.”
― Izey Victoria Odiase

9. “When you travel with your family, you may not get the volume of work done you would if you were alone, but you can still do something while recharging. If nothing else, you can gather your own thoughts, write down ideas, observe people around you, and reflect on experiences. Working doesn’t always mean putting words on paper.”
― Barbara DeMarco-Barrett

10. “Daily motivation is essential to recharge your spirit.”
― Lailah Gifty Akita, Pearls of Wisdom: Great mind

11. “One of the best ways to recharge is by simply being in the presence of art. No thoughts, no critiques. Just full-on absorption mode.”
― Dean Francis Alfar

12. “the centre is the light of the sun. If you choose to take on the role of the sun as the centre of the whole, you must then be responsible for generating your own light. Any light you give to others is at your expense and it is then your duty to recharge your own light. This is a very difficult task, and certainly not the one you were intended to take on when you came to Earth.”
― Sidonie Bouchet, Alleluia

13. “If the word ‘recharge’ only applies to your cell phone, you need this book more than you know, believe me!”
― Chris C. Ducker, Virtual Freedom: How to Work with Virtual Staff to Buy More Time, Become More Productive, and Build Your Dream Business

14. “NATURE: Where people go to recharge”
― Darlene Dawne

15. “Inspire yourself. Read books. Go through experiences. Take risks. Ignore the judgments. Create an adventure, a special moment you’d never forget, a great memory that won’t die. Ignore the judgments. Don’t say yes when you actually mean no. Go with your own flow. Do the things that you want to do, and not what anyone else wants you to do. I insist, ignore the judgments. Get a deep sleep. Recharge your spirit. Be yourself. Feel alive because you need to, dear.”
― Menna Hani

16. “When we look at nature, we receive a sort of permission to be alive in this world, and our entire bodies get recharged. However often we’re ignored and pushed away by other people, nature will always give us a good big hug, here inside our hearts.”
― Naoki Higashida, The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy with Autism

17. “Farmers learned to plant fallow fields with clover, which recharges the soil with nutrients.”
― Charles C. Mann, 1493: Uncovering the New World Columbus Created

18. “If you’re feeling a little burned out, taking a break can help recharge your wiggly bits. You don’t necessarily need to head off on holiday. You can simply take your foot off the accelerator and cruise for a while. I call this my ‘fallow period’. It’s a farming term that means letting the field lie unplanted for a year so the nutrients can return to the soil. Who knows what could grow next year? So don’t be afraid to just do your work for a while without constantly thinking about the next big thing.”
― Kate Toon, Confessions of a Misfit Entrepreneur: How to succeed in business despite yourself

19. “each thread can transmit electrical currents…so that Americans will one day…be able to recharge their cellphones with their polo shirts…. Technologically Enabled Clothing…has developed [a vest that conceals]…a “hydration system,” a back pocket for a water bottle with a straw running through the vest’s collar”
― Woody Allen, Mere Anarchy

20. “Your smart-phone is almost out of power and you’re miles away from home. Like a watering hole in the desert, a free charging kiosk appears in the middle of the airport, shopping mall or office lobby—exactly what your battery-starved phone needs. Think again. The mere plugging in of your phone into a compromised USB charger can infect your phone with malware and allow hackers to read texts, steal banking information, capture account passwords, and track the movements of the phone’s owner. The phenomenon is known as “juice jacking,” and these rogue chargers can be built for under $50 and are often planted in heavily-trafficked public spaces. The good news is you don’t have to wait until you get home to recharge. Instead just carry a small portable battery pack. You can also purchase a special USB adapter which sits in between your phone and the charger and blocks the data ports standard in USB, thereby preventing risk of infection.”
― Anonymous

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