Sometimes I am a “Quote Junkie”. I read a quote, I love it, I write it down and then comes the time of… what do I do with it now… LOL. But I still love them and still write them down when I find one that I like. Even if I can’t see how it will make sense in my life, I still have to write it down if it inspires me for some reason.
~True LOVE is an acceptance of all that is, has been, will be, and will not be.
This is a true phrase. People maybe should think about it before they get married. See if they can do that. Maybe not it’s still a good phrase either way.
They can be just quotes, they can be scriptures, whatever hits me that I read that I really like. Nothing, in particular, gets written down, I don’t go hunting the same types or kinds. They just hit me when I read them and that’s what I find.
~Life isn’t about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain.
This is a lot like the one that says something about don’t bring back a well-preserved body but bring in one that’s all skidded up and come in sideways etc and say man what a ride… LOL
~What other people think of you is none of your business
Wow, how true unfortunately is that. They can think you are the sweetest person or the worst person in the world. That’s their opinion and sometimes not matter what you do that’ll never change.
~When God is about to reposition your life know that the devil will begin to attack!
To me, that means that it is always good with bad and just take it and run with it. Life isn’t perfect, that’s why it’s called life. There is always trial and error and it is how you learn from those and keep pushing forward that really matters!
~You are everything I never knew I always wanted!!
This is off of a movie, “Fools Rush In.” How true is that though? You think you know what you want in a person or of a person. Then you find someone that is nothing like what you ever thought you pictured and in the end, they turn out to be exactly what you wanted, you just didn’t know it until you opened your eyes to new possibilities.
Yeah, this was a bit of a different post but I just thought I’d share. I’ll leave you this one off of my Dilbert calendar from 2006 that I kept a copy of:
~This week I achieved unprecedented levels of unverifiable levels of productivity