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Who said wherever you are?

… and in the real world, we don’t actually know. I‘ve seen it attributed to Confucius, but the phrase in question is also translated as “Wherever you go, go with all your heart” which has a rather different meaning. I‘ve also seen a claim that the phrase was used in the 1950s by Alcoholics Anonymous.

Consequently, who first said Wherever You Go There You Are?


One may also ask, what does it mean Wherever You Go There You Are? It’s a cheesy old adage, but it’s true. Wherever you go, there you are. What does it mean? It means that if you don’t like yourself, or you haven’t made peace with yourself for things you‘ve done in the past, you will be dealing with that baggage forever.

Considering this, who said wherever you are be all there?

Jim Elliot

Where did the phrase there there come from?

Used interjectionally, usually to point (in a tone of vexation, dismay, derision, satisfaction, encouragement, etc.) to some fact, condition, or consummation, presented to the sight or mind. Hence therethere vb. trans., to soothe or comfort by saying these words.


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