60 quotes that will bring you tranquility, calm and serenity

We can all need a little help and inspiration when it comes to staying calm. Learning this skill and being inspired to maintain composure and composure will help us stay calm during stressful times.

This will make us stand out at work and give us the ability to handle personal situations in new and more effective ways.

In this article I leave you a compilation of the best quotes of tranquility, calm and serenity in case you need a little inspiration to bring stillness to your life.

Quotes of Tranquility, Calm and Serenity

Here are the quotes about tranquility:

1. “Old age leads to an indifferent tranquility that ensures inner and outer peace.”
Anatole France

2. “There is no calmer than that engendered by reason.”

3. “A happy life consists of having peace of mind.”

4. “From tranquility comes power and strength.”
C. Joybell C.

5. “For every minute you stay angry, you waste up to sixty seconds of calm.”
Ralph Waldo

6. “Take things slowly, because if you start taking them seriously, they come to an end.”
Jack Kerouac

7. “I like trains. I like the rhythm and I like the freedom of being suspended between two places. All anxiety under control: for now I know where I am going.”
anna funder

8. “Life is like a sea voyage: there are calm days and stormy days; the important thing is to be a good captain of our ship.”
Hyacinth Benavente

9. “When you take the time to quiet your mind and not allow anything to interfere with your peace, there is stillness in time. You feel suspended in an ocean of tranquility, and all truth seems to come from this place of inner understanding.”
John Assaraf

10. “One thing that is well known is that waiting does not please, but the one who hastens the most is not the one who advances the furthest, that to do certain things time and calm are required.”
charles perrault

11. “The ideal of calm exists in a sitting cat.”
Jules Renard

12 “Perfect tranquility consists in the good order of the mind, in your own kingdom.”
Marcus Aurelius

13. “When we develop the ability to resist and patiently endure, we discover that we have developed a proportional reserve of calm and tranquility.”
Dalai Lama

14. “There is a lot of beauty, a lot of truth and love around us, but very rarely do we take things calmly enough to appreciate them, to notice them.”
Brian Weiss

15. “A man does not try to see himself in running water, but in calm water, because only what is calm in itself can give tranquility to others.”

16. “Talent is educated in calm and character in the storm.”
Johann Wolfgang Goethe

17. “A calm man is like a tree that gives shade. People who need shelter come to him.”
Beta Tuff

18. “You are the sky. Everything else is just the weather.”
Pema Chodron

19. “ Patience is not the ability to wait. Patience is being calm no matter what happens, constantly taking action to turn it into positive growth opportunities, and having the faith to believe that everything will work out in the end while you wait.”
Roy T. Bennett

20. “A samurai must remain calm at all times, even in the face of danger.”
Chris Bradford

21. “When we cannot find tranquility within ourselves, it is useless to look for it elsewhere.”
François de La Rochefoucauld

22. “What is done hastily is never done well; always act calmly and calmly.”
Saint Francis de Sales

23. “Serenity is the calm balance of heart and mind.”
Harold W Becker

24. “All that God wants from man is a peaceful heart.”
Meister Eckhart

25. “Silence is the source of strength.”
Lao Tse

26. “Only from an internal calm, man was able to discover and form calm environments.”
Stephen Gardiner

27. “True silence is the rest of the mind; it is to the spirit what sleep is to the body, nourishment and refreshment.”
William Penn

28. “Those who know the storm get sick of calm.”
Dorothy Parker

29. “The truest sign of wisdom is constant serenity.”
Michel Eyquem de Montaigne

30. “The best doctors in the world are: Dr. Diet, Dr. Tranquility and Dr. Joy.”
Jonathan Swift

31. “In tranquility there is health, as fullness, within one. Forgive yourself, accept yourself, recognize yourself and love yourself. Remember that you have to live with yourself for eternity.”
Facundo Cabral

32. “Keep calm like a calm lake, then you will look beautiful like a beautiful and peaceful lake!”
Mehmet Murat Ildan

33. “The great events do not correspond to our bustling moments, but to our quiet moments.”
Friedrich Nietzsche

34. “Calm and confidence are as far from vanity as the desire to have a decent life is from greed.”
Channing Pollock

35. “Do not let your peace of mind depend on the feelings of men. Whatever they say about you, good or bad, you are not because of another man; because that’s how you are.”
Thomas of Kempis

36. “Maybe if we just stay under the stars long enough, all our worries will dissipate into the cosmos. And we can stand still, sailing through the stars.”
trevor driggers

37. “Silence is the dream that nourishes wisdom.”
Francis Bacon

38. “Whatever you value, it becomes your sunshine! If you value a quiet night, your own sun will rise with the setting sun on the horizon!”
Mehmet Murat Ildan

39. “In the interval that separates two desires calm reigns. It is the moment of freedom from all thoughts, love or hate.”
Swami Sivananda

40 “ Creativity is a way of life, it is freedom, trust, tranquility, surrender. A natural state of life that expands everything.”
Robert Stuman

41. “The calmer a man becomes, the greater his success, his influences, his power. Peace of mind is one of the beautiful jewels of wisdom.”
James Allen

42. “It is more than okay to say no to people and places that harm your peace.”
Nikki Rowe

43. “Crossing the meadow and the stream, and listening to the stillness of the water, brings peace to your soul.”
Maximillian Degenerez

44. “Keep your peace with everyone you meet and don’t hold a grudge against anyone for any reason.”
Israelmore Ayivor

45. “The great tranquility of the heart belongs to the one who does not care about praise or blame.”
Thomas A Kempis

46. ​​“Many a tranquil river begins as a turbulent waterfall, yet none rushes or churns all the way to the sea.”
Mikhail Lermontov

47. “There is something in the water, that feeling of solitude and tranquility. One is on Earth, but not quite.”
John C Reilly

48. “If you find yourself involved in an argument that only arouses anger in the heart, quickly make peace and move on.”
Suzy Kassem

49. “Wear out the storm on the island of tranquility to find inner peace.”
Ana Monnar

50. “For me sometimes a silent sky is more expressive than the roar of the sea.”
munia khan

51. “Be like a duck. Calm on the surface, but churning like hell underneath.”
Michael Cain

52. “I have discovered that the greatest degree of inner tranquility comes from the development of love and compassion. The more we care about the happiness of others, the greater our own sense of well-being.”
Dalai Lama

53. “Nothing conquers the chaos around me like the serene assurance that I am at peace with God.”
Ron Brackin

54. “It is not wealth or splendor, but tranquility and occupation that give happiness.”
Thomas Jefferson

55. “Anyone can hold the helm when the sea is calm.”
Publilius Syrus

56. “Let the night take you. Let the stars evaporate in your dreams. Let sleep be the only comfort for you to create.”
Anthony Liccione

57. “The miseries of all men derive from not being able to sit quietly in a room alone.”
Blaise Pascal

58. “If I can’t eat muffins in a bad mood. I would stain my fists with butter for sure. You always have to be very calm to eat muffins. It’s the only way to eat them.”
Oscar Wilde

59. “Inner peace is the key: If you have inner peace, external problems do not affect your deep sense of peace and tranquility. Without this inner peace, no matter how comfortable your life is materially, you may still be worried, upset or unhappy about your circumstances.
Dalai Lama

60. “Learning to look means: ‘getting the eye used to looking calmly and patiently, to letting things get closer to it’, that is, educating the eye for a deep and contemplative attention, for a long and slow look . This learning to look constitutes ‘the first preliminary teaching for spirituality’. One has to learn not to respond immediately to an impulse, but to control the instincts that are obstructive and isolating.”
Friedrich Nietzsche

Life is often chaotic, uncertain and stressful. But even in the midst of clutter, a calm mind will be your ticket to clarity and wise decision making.

If you find yourself in a stressful situation, remember to pause, breathe and consider any of these Quotes of tranquility and calm and don’t forget to share them with friends and family.