Sunday, February 9, 2014
Sunday Sermon...Quotes to Live and Laugh By
Even the Good Book tells us that the power of life and death exists in the tongue.
As writers we are keenly aware that the thoughts we share in public forums have the power to educate, entertain, inspire, and sometimes serve as a catalyst for important change.
With this in mind, today`s post captures some of my favorite quotes. While a few are actually gems I uncovered in my recent readings.
Perhaps you'll find one that helps to cope with a chaotic week, or one that can be used as a creative prompt for an expanded piece.
Please note: Due to a broken computer, I am posting this via my new Tablet received as a gift.
I apologize in advance for any formatting issues or irregularities; I hope to be back on track soon...Thanks for your patience and your readership.
Have a great week ahead.
QUOTES WORTH NOTE
"The greatest revenge is to accomplish what others say you cannot do."
"Don't wait for your world to change. Change it yourself."
"Faith is like money, the more you have the more you can do."
Dr. Bill Winston
"Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever."
"The only true failure is the person who fails to try."
"Do great things in your life, but do small things as well."
"Don't strive to be better than others, strive to be better than your best self."
"I once had a handle on life, but it broke."
"Don't be frustrated by your inexperience--all green things grow inevitably."
"Life is to be managed, not cured."