Quotes are inspirational and challenging to me. They can also be funny, uplifting, and give you that feeling of "Hey, me too! I thought I was the only one who felt that way!"
I love quotes so much I share them at least twice weekly in my posts.
I'm going to indulge my love of listing and share 10 of my faves with you. (These quotes are from my 2009 and 2010 collection. I've got tons more!)
Your future has no room for the mistakes of your past.... Joyce Meyer
… "It was like God was saying, 'Quit yer bellyaching and DO THE
WORKand don't forget I will show up each time, making it better and better in the process. Not so you can boast about your abilities, but so you can boast in Me.' … from Marybeth Whalen Cheaper By the Half-Dozen blog post, “Do The Work”
The optimist says, the cup is half full. The pessimist says, the cup is half empty. The child of God says, my cup runneth over.... Anonymous
The most important work you and I will ever do will be within the walls of our own homes. ~ Harold B. Lee
We're to seek for beauty...and refuse to see
anything else." ~ Anne of Avonlea
" My words are seeds that take hold in the soil of spirit. I choose to plant and grow happiness and hope."
... Keeley from Katillac Shack post, Budget Decorating: Sunflower Seeds of Content
"Life is an endless struggle full of frustrations and challenges, but eventually you find a hair stylist you like" ... Author Unknown
He who sings his own praise is usually off key.
And so I battle with myself, fighting between who I am and who I long to be.… Karen Hossink, Surviving Motherhood blogpost “Category of the Month –God is Good” May 5, 2010
... Hmmm ... that "loving is the best calorie burner" part ... I found that loving packs on pounds ... but otherwise, Audrey, I'm in total agreement!
Do you have a quote that resonates with you? We can learn from each other, and I'd love it if you would comment below and share your favorite quote.
This post was written in response to Writer's Workshop prompt #6. Share a favorite quote (or group of quotes) that you enjoy and describe what they mean to you. If you'd like to link up your own post, visit Kat Bouska's blog, Mama's Losin' It.