Some Words to Live By

  • Small steps are always enough. –Francis of Asissi
  • No one is any stronger or weaker than anyone else. –Sheldon Kopp
  • When you practice waiting you get good at waiting.-Chas August
  • There is no later. –Peter Rengel
  • Everything in the Universe changes.-Basic Physics
  • Nothing changes until something changes.  When something changes, everything changes.-Simple Logic
  • You are who you think you are.  –Stan Dale
  • You are much more magnificent than you think.  –Stan Dale
  • Everyone does their best. -many sources.
  • Suffering is optional. – Cheri Huber
  • Loving yourself starts with loving yourself, especially when you are not loving yourself.  –Stan Dale
  • The most important things, each person must do for himself. -Anon.
  • There is nothing wrong with you.  – Cheri Huber
  • No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. –Aesop
  • Dare to be naïve.  –R. Buckminster Fuller
  • You must do the thing you think you cannot do.  -Eleanor Roosevelt
  • Not to decide is to decide.  -Dr. Robert Anthony
  • The harder I work the luckier I get. -Samuel Goldwyn
  • There are no victims, only volunteers. -Col. Jeff Cooper
  • There is no self-growth without discontent.-Satyana
  • If you don’t like the direction the river is flowing, don’t jump in! – Folk Wisdom.
  • We get too soon old and too late smart. – Pennsylvania Ditch Proverb
  • Life taught me how to think, but thinking did not teach me how to live. – A. Herzin
  • It’s all acts of love or cries for love. – Stan Dale
  • Wherever you go, there you are. – anon.
  • What you focus on grows.  What you resist, persists.  What you embrace, transforms. – Chas August
  • Then the day came when the risk to remain tightly curled in a bud was greater than the risk it took to blossom. – Anais Nin
  • Life is either a daring adventure or nothing. – Helen Keller
  • Strong breezes make strong trees, – Anon.
  • Truth and roses have thorns. – Amish proverb
  • ‎Each underestimates her own power and overestimates the other’s. -Deborah Tannen

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