The Most Inspirational Quotes About Life 

The top quotes on my list of the most inspirational quotes about life are gathered on this page.  The most burning question about life (to me, anyway!) has to be, “Why am I here?”  Since you have come to this page, it’s probably an important, if not burning, question for you too. 

With the state of our world as it is right now, the question seems to have even more significance.  Many of us are wondering how we got into the situation we find ourselves in, which of course leads us back to asking what are we doing here on Earth in the first place.

So, the most inspirational quotes about life on this page begin with some enlightened people giving us their insights on why we are here.

I expect other quoteworthy areas of life will reveal themselves, as more quotes about life come my way.   For now, on to the quotes!

Quotes about life begin with

P.S. You will notice quite a few quotes from Conversations with God, an Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1.  I found it an absolute gold mine of answers to the burning question, “Why am I here?” 

The Most Inspirational Quotes About Life Begin With “Why Am I Here?”

New! “You are not a human being having a spiritual experience.  You are a spiritual being having a human experience.”  

     Dyer, Wayne W.  You’ll See It When You Believe It.  William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1989.



"I believe that the purpose of life is to be happy…From the very core of our being, we simply desire contentment.”

     Dalai Lama XIV.  “Compassion and the Individual.”  Dalailama.com.  

     https://www.dalailama.com/messages/compassion-and-human-values/compassion.  Accessed March 3, 2021.


“For all life exists as a tool of your own creation, and all of its events merely present themselves as opportunities for you to decide, and be, Who You Are.  This is true for every soul, and so you see there are no victims in the universe, only creators.”

     Walsch, Neale Donald. Conversations with God, an Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1.  Berkeley Books, 1995.


“The point of life is not to get anywhere—it is to notice that you are, and have always been, already there.  You are, always and forever, in the moment of pure creation.  The point of life is therefore to create—who and what you are, and then to experience that.”

     Walsch, Neale Donald. Conversations with God, an Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1.  Berkeley Books, 1995.


“Your soul doesn’t care what you do for a living—and when your life is over, neither will you.  Your soul cares only about what you’re being while you’re doing whatever you’re doing.” 

     Walsch, Neale Donald. Conversations with God, an Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1.  Berkeley Books, 1995.


“You are not on this planet to produce anything with your body.  You are on this planet to produce something with your soul.  Your body is simply and merely the tool of your soul.  Your mind is the power that makes the body go.  So what you have here is a power tool, used in the creation of the soul’s desire.”

     Walsch, Neale Donald. Conversations with God, an Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1.  Berkeley Books, 1995.


“Your purpose on the Earth is to become a personality that creates with the intentions of the soul.”

     Zukav, Gary and Francis, Linda.  The Mind of the Soul, Responsible Choice.  New York, Free Press, 2003.


“The intentions of your soul are harmony, cooperation, sharing, and reverence for Life.”

     Zukav, Gary and Francis, Linda.  The Mind of the Soul, Responsible Choice.  New York, Free Press, 2003.