110 Quotes About Joy

There are many things that contribute to joy in our lives. Let these quotes about joy remind you to cherish the feeling and to spread joy to those around you.

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  1. When the sun of joy is hidden.....just remember light is coming and a storm can never last. J. B. Smiley, Storms Never Last
    Poems about Joy

  2. Friendship curls around your heart and joy replaces gloom, it gives your life a sense of peace and calm. Greta Zwaan, Around Your Heart
    Friendship Poems

  3. The ups and downs of this life are many, but the joys obscured from sight, by trials and troubles unknown to any, are continually brought to light. Lillian E Curtis, The Bright Sider
    Poems Of Encouragement

  4. Joy is the simplest form of gratitude. Karl Barth
    Christian Poems

  5. Find joy in everything you choose to do. Every job, relationship, home... it's your responsibility to love it, or change it. Chuck Palahniuk
    Find Joy Quotes

  6. Joy is not the absence of suffering, it is the presence of God. Robert Schuller
    Christian Quotes About Joy

  7. With every hearty laugh, a dose so sweet, spreading joy and happiness, a wondrous feat! Catherine Pulsifer, An Amusing Sight
    Funny Poems

  8. Longer daylight hours make us thrilled...excitement is in the air, we can't deny; April has brought joy and wonder nigh! Catherine Pulsifer, Nature Awakens
    Month Poems

  9. Love, joy and kindness, and hearty good cheer, were the seeds that were sown and flowered here.
  10. Love, joy and kindness, and hearty good cheer, were the seeds that were sown and flowered here. Helen A. Fussell, A Garden Fair
    Garden Poems

  11. A ceaseless chirp and twitter on the frosty air I heard - the sparrows' morning blessing! And my heart with joy was stirred Unknown, Scattering Crumbs
    Positive Poems

  12. When I think of you, I recall the laughter we shared - the troubles we aired - the joy and the tears Catherine Pulsifer, When I Think Of You

  13. The acorn does not know that it will become a sapling. The sapling does not remember when it was an acorn, and only dimly senses that it will become a mighty oak. The oak recalls fondly when it was a sapling, loves being a mighty oak, and joyfully creates new acorns. J. Earp
    The Oak Tree Poem

  14. At birth, we boarded the train of life...this train ride has been a mixture of joy, sorrow, fantasy, expectations, hellos, goodbyes, and farewells. Jean d'Ormesson
    Train Of Life Poem

  15. Come and taste cold-weather joys - bring your sleds and bring your skates. Hasten now while winter waits. Cobb, Winter Waits
    Winter Poems

  16. Age may come, but joy won't leave! Catherine Pulsifer, Age May Come But...
    Funny Birthday Poems

  17. May your joys be deep and many, may your heart be light and glad Julie Garwood, An Irish Wish for St. Patricks Day
    St. Patrick's Day Poems

  18. To owe nobody anything? Well, that is not for me! 'Twould take away, I rather fear, quite half the joy of life. John Kendrick Bangs, In Sorry Plight

  19. Joys we share with one another we'll remember, you and I. Edgar A. Guest, Memories of Tomorrow
    Appreciation Poems

  20. A joyous occasion that shouldn’t be debated - now marking your seventieth, you are celebrated! Catherine Pulsifer, The Clock Strikes Seventy

  21. It's Easter that brings joy, peace and bliss; a reminder of how life can truly go on. Catherine Pulsifer, Reason To Feel Glad
    Easter Poems

  22. We try by words to faintly tell what feelings in our hearts do dwell. But none can speak the joy of mine In calling thee my "Valentine." M. E. B., For A Valentine
    Valentines Day Poems

  23. Oh, sweet rose...You bring us joy and peace Catherine Pulsifer, The Flower Of Love
    Rose Poems

  24. This precious life to Mother is so fine, her greatest joy throughout the years! Catherine Pulsifer, Deep And True
    A Mother's Love Poem

  25. Grandpa always said, I was the joy of his life. I then asked him, "what joy meant", and he always replied, "You." Catherine Pulsifer
    Grandpa Poems

  26. My heart is full of joy today, to celebrate life in every way Catherine Pulsifer, Your 75th Year
    75th Birthday Poems

  27. Life's joys are yet to unfurl time ahead of you to twirl - don't worry about the years that past enjoy middle age and all that lasts! Catherine Pulsifer, Age Forty
    Funny 40th Birthday Poems

  28. And with song in your heart and the meal in—its place, there‘ll be joy in your bosom and light in your face. Paul Laurence Dunbar, Just Whistle A Bit

  29. Our lives are full of joys that can be seen, if we observe closely and choose to believe. Catherine Pulsifer, Time Flys By
    Enjoy Life Poems

  30. My heart is filled with joy and pride, when I am by your side. Catherine Pulsifer, Your Special Day
    Happy Birthday Poems To My Love

  31. Live for something, be not idle...sit not down to useless dreaming,--labor is the sweetest joy.
  32. Live for something, be not idle...sit not down to useless dreaming,--labor is the sweetest joy. Unknown, Live For Something
    Poems About Life

  33. Acts of kindness can be like little lights...if we share the joy and give a kind word, the world becomes better Catherine Pulsifer, A Better Place
    Kindness Poems

  34. Holidays are full of joy and cheer, as we look forward to them every year. Catherine Pulsifer, Holidays And Family
    Holiday Poems

  35. May the joy of Christmas fill you with cheer, and may you be surrounded by those who are dear. Catherine Pulsifer, The Spirit of Christmas
    Christmas Blessings

  36. Much joy for this day on which you graduate, your future looks so promising and so grand Catherine Pulsifer, We Are Thrilled For You
    Graduation Poems From Parents

  37. We sing carols off-key; laughter fills the air, Christmas chaos and joy, a perfect pair! Catherine Pulsifer, Families Unite
    Funny Christmas Poems

  38. The joys in my life are my granddaughters. They are beautiful. Dom DeLuise
    Birthday Poems For Granddaughter

  39. But all the human joys that thrill in ecstasy divine would be but sorry grief until I held your hand in mine. Nixon Waterman, A Love Song
    Short Love Poems

  40. You don't begrudge the trials grim when joy has come to you Edgar A. Guest, The Price Of Joy
    Poem How Does Your Garden Grow

  41. Joy and hope and courage strong - mixed with love your whole life long, Unknown, A Recipe for Happiness
    Poems For Teenagers

  42. You deliver the right gifts to every child, perfectly. So please Santa, keep up this incredible feat, because the joy of receiving is oh so sweet! Catherine Pulsifer, Mix Up Presents
    Funny Santa Claus Poems

  43. Reading was a joy, a desperately needed escape — I didn’t read to learn, I was reading to read. Christian Bauman

  44. But there isn't any music that such wondrous joy can bring like the concert when the kiddies and their mother start to sing. Edgar A. Guest, Real Singing
    Poems About Listening

  45. Wear a pleasant face wherein shall shine a joyful heart, as shines the sun, the happy fields adorning
  46. Wear a pleasant face wherein shall shine a joyful heart, as shines the sun, the happy fields adorning Nixon Waterman, Gladness Every Morning
    A New Day Poem

  47. Retirement's here, and joy it does bring, no more early mornings, what a wonderful thing! Catherine Pulsifer, Finally My Retirement
    Funny Retirement Poems

  48. Christmas is a time of sharing, and joy and grace. There's no better time to entertain family and friends than now. Shelley Shepard Gray
    Christmas Card Poem

  49. Reading was a joy, a desperately needed escape - I didn’t read to learn, I was reading to read. Christian Bauman
    Poems About Books

  50. Share your joys with others. It always takes two to be glad. Unknown

  51. The joybells are ringing, for Christmas is near, to every one bringing, its joy and its cheer, Helen Ekin Starrett, A Christmas Carol
    Christmas Carol Poems

  52. What Is Peace...a rest wherein all discords cease and tranquil joys with love increase R. L. Atustin
    Poems About Peace

  53. Always, be willing to share your joys. Be willing to share the sorrows of others. Unknown, Always Be
    Poems About Being Yourself

  54. "What is heaven?" I asked a little child; "All joy!" and in her innocence she smiled. Unknown, What Is Heaven?
    Heaven Poems

  55. I want to be the grandmother who plays inside and outside, experiencing joy with each grandchild, according to his or her personality and interests. Sharon Carpenter
    Grandma Poems

  56. When I look up to the sky all I see are twinkling stars. When I look up to the sky my heart is filled with love and joy. Jenny Ford
    Poems About The Sky

  57. A song is but a little thing, and yet what joy it is to sing! Paul Laurence Dunbar, The Poet And His Song

  58. Your wonderful love, O my sweetheart, brings joy to each hour of my life David V. Bush, Till Death Do Us Part
    How Do I Love Thee Poems

  59. Life has bright days for thee in store; like stars thine eyes shine and dance with glee, in joy may they sparkle evermore. Eloise A. Skimings, Happy New Year To You
    New Year Poems

  60. A baby is a dancing joy of life. Debasish Mridha
    Baby Poems

  61. The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other's life. Richard Bach

  62. Color is my day-long obsession, joy and torment. Claude Monet

  63. Yes, motherhood's brilliance stands above the rest, a garden of joy where love is expressed. Catherine Pulsifer, Motherhood And Grandchildren
    Poems About Motherhood

  64. Welcome be Thanksgiving with its manifold feasts and joys; under many a homestead roof now gather the girls and boys; Edward Sherwood Creamer, Thanksgiving Day
    Thanksgiving Poems

  65. ...some friend with cheerful voice is glad to share my bit of care and give me reason to rejoice.
  66. ...some friend with cheerful voice is glad to share my bit of care and give me reason to rejoice. Edgar A. Guest
    Friends Are Blessings

  67. Love is...the key to joy and sorrow, and the recompense for all the ills that have been, or may be. Ella Wheeler Wilcox

  68. Humor their compass, mischief their guide, these seniors navigate with joy as their tide. Catherine Pulsifer, Sea Of Laughter
    Senior Poems

  69. For my mother's heart was honey...her smile was full of joy, and life was dear when she was near and I a little boy. Nixon Waterman, When She Was Near

  70. Oh joyous be your Christmas-tide, and bright your New Year, too J. S. Ogilvie

  71. Autumn is as joyful and sweet as an untimely end. Rémy de Gourmont
    Autumn Poems

  72. I've had my share of fishing joy, I've fished with patent bait. With chub and minnow, but the boy is lord of sport's estate Edgar A. Guest, The Real Bait
    Poems About Fishing

  73. A garden must combine the poetic and the mysterious with a feeling of serenity and joy
  74. A garden must combine the poetic and the mysterious with a feeling of serenity and joy Luis Barragan
    God's Garden Poem

  75. What joy the fact when it cometh first...when the truth upon us burst, that we've a new-found friend. Lillian E Curtis, A Friend
    Inspirational Friendship Poems

  76. Would you remain always young, and would you carry all joy and buoyancy of youth into your maturer years? Then have care concerning but one thing - how you live in your thought world. R. W. Trine

  77. Like April's unpredictable weather, let life surprise you with moments of joy. Sam R. V. Gould

  78. The pain of parting is nothing to the joy of meeting again. Charles Dickens

  79. Christmas is a time of joy mainly for all the girls and boys - fun and laughter fills the day -Merry Christmas as they say. Catherine Pulsifer, Keep The Spirit
    Christmas Poems

  80. Old "Yesterday" has lived its life why linger 'mid its sorrow? It bears no part in future joy. Forget it for - tomorrow. Jesse E. Campeil, Forget It
    Letting Go Poem

  81. Let never a worldly babble keep your heart from the joy each day should reap, circling young lives with sweetness. Unknown, Make Childhood Sweet
    Poems About Children Growing Up

  82. Wisdom teaches...the joy of sharing William Arthur Ward, Wisdom Teaches
    Wisdom Poems

  83. How gladly would I give my life to bring you joy once more David V. Bush, Though Jilted, Still I Love

  84. Health be yours, joy be yours, ever and aye. Unknown
    Poems About Health

  85. It is monotony which eats the heart out of joy, destroys the buoyancy of the spirit, and turns hope to ashes; it is monotony which saps the vitality of the emotions; depletes the energy of the will, and finally turns the miracle of daily existence into dreary commonplace. And monotony has its roots, not in our conditions, but in ourselves. Hamilton Wright Mabie

  86. May we know the joy, when night shall come, of having accomplished something worthy.
  87. May we know the joy, when night shall come, of having accomplished something worthy. Frank W. Whippen
    Short Prayers

  88. Love is a rose of joy, it blooms without strife J. J. Thorne
    This Too Shall Pass Poems

  89. I like Christmas, for it brings lots of joy; little children are happy over every Christmas toy. Judy K. Owen, Christmas

  90. When we loose the joy of life, we can but pray and pine, in toil, trouble, care and strife, for a contented mind. J. J. Thorne, Sweet Is Contentment
    Poems About Contentment

  91. If every day of yours were fine and every sky of yours were blue. You couldn't know such joy of mine. The joy of being friend to you. Edgar A. Guest, A Greeting
    Thank You Friend Poems

  92. O Spring-tide ...we drink thy joys drawn from above, and breathe thy life thus lent. Anna K. Thomas, Spring Comes
    Spring Poems

  93. There is no beautifier in form or behavior like the wish to scatter joy, and not pain, around us. Emerson
    Short Quotes

  94. How much joy and comfort we can all bestow if we scatter sunshine everywhere we go. Lanta Wilson Smith, Scatter Sunshine

  95. You gave me joy and all good things, you are a mother with angel's wings. Jack Coit, My Mother
    Verses About Mothers

  96. For the children, Christmas brings lots of toys....for the adults, we love the feeling of joy cherish the moments, enjoy the day! Julie Hebert, The Joys of Christmas

  97. Tis by the heart the secret's told, 'tis by the smile we're young or old, 'tis as the life its joy shall hold F. W. Sanderson, When We Are Old
    Poems On Aging

  98. Welcome, little rain-drops, joy and gladness bring...for the song you sing. Cobb, The April Rain
    Poems About Rain

  99. My cup of joy seems full to overflowing, yet may I see sorrow and tears, but alike in all the coming years, in love and patience will I be growing Lillian E. Curtis

  100. A kind voice is joy, like a lark's song, to a hearth at home. It is a light that sings as well as shines. Train it to sweet tones now, and it will keep in tune through life. Elihu Burritt
    Kindness Quotes

  101. And would you have the greatest joy, a joy that you can lend? Go slip your hand into his palm and say, "I am your friend." David V. Bush, How To Have Friends
    Famous Friendship Poems

  102. The wise man gets what joy he can, and leaves the fool his folly. He knows too much to waste his life in gloom and melancholy. Unknown, Good In The Day

  103. ...the finest joy, indeed, is seeing some one else succeed.
  104. ...the finest joy, indeed, is seeing some one else succeed. Strickland Gillilan

  105. The month of July, oh how it hums, bringing warmth and joy to everyone. Catherine Pulsifer, The Month Of July
    July Quotes

  106. Give me the house where the toys are seen, the house where the children romp...let me see the litter of bright-eyed play strewn over the parlor floor, and the joys I knew in a far-off day Edgar A. Guest, Home and the Baby

  107. The secret of joy in work is contained in one word – excellence. To know how to do something well is to enjoy it. Pearl S. Buck

  108. May the season bring joy, for all you do. As you deserve only the best, and that's so very true. Catherine Pulsifer
    My Christmas Wish for You

  109. O words of sparkling power, of insight full and deep...lift the lives to songs of joy that only droop and weep? Frances Ridley Havergal, The Splendor Of God's Will
    Spiritual Awakening Poems

  110. Think joy, and joy ne'er ends; think gloom, and dusk descends.
  111. Think joy, and joy ne'er ends; think gloom, and dusk descends. David V. Bush, Think Right

  112. We shall have our joy though the goal we miss, with someone to care. Douglas Malloch, Someone To Care
    Famous Thanksgiving Poems

  113. Troubles? Sure I've lots of them...don't care to discuss 'em now - rather tell my joys to you. Edgar A. Guest, Troubles?
    Poems About Trouble

  114. I will cast life's cares away, take my fill of joy to-day. Daniel C. Colesworthy, Beauty Everywhere

  115. Once in a while from where we stand the hills of Paradise are seen; and a perfect joy in our hearts we hold, a joy that the world cannot defile NIxon Waterman, Once In A While

  116. The summer day has closed; the sun is set...Mothers have clasped with joy the newborn babe William Cullen Bryant, Summer Evening
    Summer Poems

  117. We make the pangs we daily feel...when, should we bid our fears be still, joy would give quick relief. Daniel C. Colesworthy, Never Yield To Sorrow

  118. Joy is the sunshine of the soul. Grief its showers. Unknown, Joy Is

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