Not everything in life is going to pan out the way we think, and sometimes we need to take a chance on things. That’s why it’s so important that we’re open to taking a leap of faith.
Taking a leap of faith and throwing yourself into the unknown can be very rewarding and it means that you allow yourself to start fresh and feel completely free.
We’ve compiled a lost of quotes from books about taking a leap of faith.
1. “To live, to TRULY live, we must be willing to RISK. To be nothing in order to find everything. To leap before we look.”
― Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass
2. “What if I fall? Oh but my darling, what if you fly?”
― J. M. Barrie, Peter Pan
3. “Sometimes you just have to have faith. Sometimes you have to leap first to see if your parachute will open.”
― Sonali Dev, A Change of Heart
4. “He said anything worth doing should scare you a little, and that some of the greatest stories began with a journey.”
― Mindy Mejia, Everything You Want Me to Be
5. “Life is a gamble. There are no sureties. If you want something badly, you’d have to trust your heart and your instincts and then take a leap of faith.”
― Alyssa Urbano, The Billion-Dollar Marriage Contract
6. “Isn’t that what loving someone is? Taking a chance every single day that they’ll stick around? That the rug won’t get pulled out from under you?”
― Melanie A. Smith, Finding His Redemption
7. “Was he scared? Hell, yeah. But sometimes the only way to change something was to break it first.”
― Joelle Charbonneau, Time Bomb
8. “You’ve got to take your chances in life, don’t ignore the opportunities when the crop up as you don’t get that many, every little helps, the small victories are important because that’s your lot.”
― John King, The Football Factory
9. “Aaron, in order to die you have to live a little first.”
― Meg Cabot, The Boy Next Door
10. “Nothing’s ever simple. I just don’t want you to ignore possibilities out of fear. Sometimes you have to take a leap of faith, believing that somebody’s going to catch you.”
― Nadia Lee, Four Weeks Till Forever