Top 60 Fresh Air Quotes And Captions

Looking for qutoes about fresh air? We have rounded up the best collection of fresh air quotes, sayings, proverbs, captions (with images and pictures) to enjoy the breeze and capture that serene feeling.

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A breath of fresh air on top of a mountain, a beach or in a garden can be a blessing. The fresh breeze energizes you and refreshes your spirit. The serenity and beauty of a windy day soothes your soul and helps you appreciate the beauty of nature.

Fresh Air Quotes And Sayings

  1. “Fill your lungs clear your mind.”

  2. “Rest and breathe in the fresh air.”

  3. “Fresh air impoverishes the doctor.”

  4. “Happiness is… breathing fresh air atop hill.”

  5. “Sometimes all you need is a bout of fresh air.”

  6. “Focus, concentrate, take a breath of fresh air.”

  7. “He’s been like a fresh of breath air.” ― Roy Keane

  8. “’Fresh Air’ I listen to, like, every day.” ― Gillian Jacobs

  9. “I am very fond of fresh air and royalties.” ― Daisy Ashford

  10. “I love being outside and getting fresh air.” ― Marisa Tomei

  11. “Send a bouquet of your face with the morning breeze.” ― Hafez

  12. “It’s a big deal in my city to have a breath of fresh air.” ― Dennis

  13. “The breeze at dawn has secrets to tell you. Don’t back to sleep.” ― Rumi

  14. “Sweet life continues in the breeze, in the golden fields.” ― Jack Kerouac

  15. “A breath of fresh air is a great thing to take and an even better thing to be.”

  16. “Walking outside in the fresh air is better than trudging around inside the brain.”

  17. “An open mind is like an open window. It lets the fresh air in.” ― Mike Hernacki

  18. “The six best medicines are: rest, sunshine, water, fresh air, nutritious food, exercise.”

  19. “To breathe, we do not only need air and lungs, we need freedom.” ― Mehmet Ildan

  20. “Gratitude is like love or fresh air – you can’t get too much of it.” ― Danielle LaPorte

  21. “By all means never fail to get all the sunshine and fresh air you can.” ― Joseph Pilates

  22. “Just to give the audience a breath of fresh air is important.” ― James Pearse Connelly

  23. “I found my way to street level and into what optimists call ‘fresh air.” ― Gunnar Staalesen

  24. “I run to breathe the fresh air. I run to explore. I run to escape the ordinary.” ― Dean Karnazes

  25. “A breeze, a forgotten summer, a smile, all can fit into a storefront window.” ― Dejan Stojanovic

  26. “Some old-fashioned things like fresh air and sunshine are hard to beat.” ― Laura Ingalls Wilder

  27. “Open the window of your mind. Allow the fresh air,new lights and new truths to enter.” ― Amit Ray

  28. “Fresh air and exercise. That’s all you need to stay slim and feel better about life.” ― Kaitie Hopkins

  29. “I love the feeling of the fresh air on my face and the wind blowing through my hair.” ― Evel Knievel

  30. “Patients should have rest, food, fresh air, and exercise – the quadrangle of health.” ― William Osler

  31. “I felt quite at home, / As if it were mine sleeping lazily / In this house of fresh air.” ― Matsuo Basho

  32. “That a day spent with dreaming and sunsets and refreshing breezes cannot be bettered.” ― Nicholas Sparks

  33. “If we do not own the freshness of the air and the sparkle of the water, how can you buy them?” ― Chief Seattle

  34. “Breathe fresh air, be around positive people, spend sometime alone for well being of yourself.” ― Umang Panchal

  35. “Sometimes, you need to stop outside, get some fresh air, and remind yourself of who you are and who you want to be.”

  36. “There is nothing like the cure of fresh air for cases of bladder infection, paranoia, and Cartesian thinking.” ― Rawi Hage

  37. “Unexpected change can be like a breath of fresh air a little brisk at first, but magic for the body and soul.” ― Susan Wiggs

  38. “I loved the feeling of freedom in running, the fresh air, the feeling that the only person I’m competing with is me.” ― Wilma Rudolph

  39. “Anyone’s life truly lived consists of work, sunshine, exercise, soap, plenty of fresh air, and a happy contented spirit.” ― Lillie Langtry

  40. “Breathe in the fresh air of the freedom to create your own mood rather than the stale air of being a prisoner of circumstance.” ― MJ Durkin

  41. “I have a massage when I want to relax. I love being pampered. I love island massages when you’re outside in the fresh air.” ― Angie Stone

  42. “He needed fresh air and sunshine. A walk in the woods and afterward a good book to read by the fire. Yeah, that was the life.” ― Josh Lanyon

  43. “Fresh air is good if you do not take too much of it; most of the achievements and pleasures of life are in bad air.” ― Oliver Wendall Holmes

  44. “I could never stay long enough on the shore; the tang of the untainted, fresh, and free sea air was like a cool, quieting thought.” ― Helen Keller

  45. “The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will involve the patient in the proper use of food, fresh air and exercise.” ― Thomas A. Edison

  46. “Fresh air is as good for the mind as for the body. Nature always seems trying to talk to us as if she had some great secret to tell. And so she has.” ― John Lubbock

  47. “I love hiking in the mountains in Aspen. Breathing the clean, fresh air is great. Plus, it gives me a cardiovascular workout and firms my legs.” ― Chris Evert

  48. “It might be hard to believe, but the air in prison is different. There’s like one thousand people sucking on the one little piece of fresh air until it turns stale.” ― Sister Souljah

  49. “Indians and animals know better how to live than white man; nobody can be in good health if he does not have all the time fresh air, sunshine, and good water.” ― Flying Hawk

  50. “I know that you don’t believe it, but indeed, life will bring you through. You will live it down in time. What you need now is fresh air, fresh air, fresh air!” ― Fyodor Dostoevsky

  51. A nurse is to maintain the air within the room as fresh as the air without, without lowering the temperature.” ― Florence Nightingale

  52. “You can’t change who you are, but you can change what you have in your head, you can refresh what you’re thinking about, you can put some fresh air in your brain.” ― Ernesto Bertarelli

  53. “There are some people who walk into a room and they oxygenate it, by their very being there’s fresh air. Then there are those who come in with the smell of death and they suck the life out.” ― Peter Mullan

  54. “Who will tell whether one happy moment of love or the joy of breathing or walking on a bright morning and smelling the fresh air, is not worth all the suffering and effort which life implies.” ― Erich Fromm

  55. “Be thankful for a breath of fresh air to be alive and well. Allow love and happiness to penetrate throughout your mind and soul. Take time to relax and live in the moment, the now, the present. Enjoy today.” ― Amaka Imani Nkosazana

  56. “When I’m depressed, I read Caeiro — he’s my fresh air. I become very calm, content, faithful — yes, I find faith in God, and in the soul’s transcendent living smallness, after reading the poems by that ungodly anti-humanist who goes unsurpassed on earth.” ― Álvaro de Campos

  57. “If I were to envy any persons on this planet, it would be mountain hermits. You often hear old platitudes such as, ‘Speak out. Be heard.’ On the contrary, a breath of fresh air would be something like: ‘Silence, think for at least 15 minutes, and then maybe speak out.” ― Criss Jami

  58. “Because forgiveness is like this: a room can be dank because you have closed the windows, you’ve closed the curtains. But the sun is shining outside, and the air is fresh outside. In order to get that fresh air, you have to get up and open the window and draw the curtains apart.” ― Desmond Tutu

  59. “Living indoors without fresh air quickly poisons the blood and makes people feel tired and seedy when they don’t know why. For myself, I sleep out of doors in winter as well as summer. I only feel tired or seedy when I have been indoors a lot. I only catch cold when I sleep in a room.” ― Robert Baden-Powell

  60. “Things that are good are good, and if one is responding to that goodness one is in contact with a truth from which one is getting something. The truth is doing us good. The truth of the sunshine, the truth of the rain, the truth of the fresh air, the truth of the wind in the trees, these are truths. And they are always accessible!” ― Thomas Merton






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