Old Tom Morris Quotes | Quotes by Old Tom Morris

1The meaning of life is creative love. Not love as an inner feeling, as a private sentimental emotion, but love as a dynamic power moving out in the world and doing something original.

2Nothing is more endangered in the modern world than the powerful combination of hard work toward meaningful goals joined with an exuberant embrace of the present moment.

3The unlived life is not worth examining.

4A goal is not the same as a desire, and this is an important distinction to make. You can have a desire you don't intend to act on. But you can't have a goal you don't intend to act on.

5We were all born with webbed feet and a golf club in our hand.

6Faith sir! She looks like the Old Course.

Old Tom Morris Quotes

7Socrates had a student named Plato, Plato had a student named Aristotle, and Aristotle had a student named Alexander the Great.