Meaningful Quotes about Holidays
Working hours are never long enough. Each day is a holiday, and ordinary holidays are grudged as enforced interruptions in an absorbing vocation.
When you like your work every day is a holiday.
A good holiday is one spent among people whose notions of time are vaguer than yours.
John B. Priestly
Marry an orphan: you'll never have to spend boring holidays with the in-laws.
A perpetual holiday is a good working definition of hell.
George Bernard Shaw
Celebrate the happiness that friends are always giving, make every day a holiday and celebrate just living!
I once wanted to become an atheist, but I gave up - they have no holidays!
If you think Independence Day is America's defining holiday, think again. Thanksgiving deserves that title, hands-down.
In August most of Europe goes on holiday.
Vacation: Two weeks on the sunny sands - and the rest of the year on the financial rocks.
I like to compare the holiday season with the way a child listens to a favorite story. The pleasure is in the familiar way the story begins, the anticipation of familiar turns it takes, the familiar moments of suspense, and the familiar climax and ending.
Come, woo me, woo me, for now I am in a holiday humor, and like enough to consent.
Every man who possibly can should force himself to a holiday of a full month in a year, whether he feels like taking it or not.
If I were a medical man, I should prescribe a holiday to any patient who considered his work important.
-- Bertrand Russell
Time for work- yet take much holiday for art's and friendship's sake.
-- George James De Wilde
Who the hell wants fourteen pairs of shoes when they go on holiday? I haven't had fourteen pairs in my life.
A systemic cleansing and detox is definitely the way to go after each holiday. It is the key to fighting high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer, and other health-related illnesses.
At Christmas play and make good cheer, for Christmas comes but once a year.
-- Thomas Tusser
In the old days, it was not called the Holiday Season; the Christians called it 'Christmas' and went to church; the Jews called it 'Hanukkah' and went to synagogue; the atheists went to parties and drank. People passing each other on the street would say 'Merry Christmas!' or 'Happy Hanukkah!' or (to the atheists) 'Look out for the wall!'