Quotes

Below are photos of my Quote Journal.  It is about 200 pages.

 

Below are quotes submitted by listeners.  You can email me your quote and I will add it here, or you may add it directly to the bottom of this page by using the Comment box below.

“You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him.”— by Malcolm S. Forbes (submitted by Monica)

“If we see the path ahead laid out for us, there is a good chance it is not our path;
it is probably someone else’s we have substituted for our own.”
– by David Whyte (submitted by CaraLeigh Mae Hobgood)

“we dream to suffer to live a real life”
– by Sarah (submitted by Sarah)

“time could be a friend sometimes and could be an enemy by losing the control of your reins of thoughts”
– by Sarah (submitted by Sarah)

“what am I with the world? What have I to do with this worldly life? I and the world are like a traveler who stayed under a tree and then he has gone away and left it”
– by prophet Muhammad (submitted by Sarah)

6 thoughts on “Quotes

  1. “What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us, what we have done for others and the world remains, and is immortal.” by Albert Pike (1891), (submitted by Anon)

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  2. It’s important to realize
    We can miss something
    And not want it back
    Paulo coehlo
    This quote reminds me it’s ok to miss my ex and yet not mean I want to go back to that abusive life b

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  3. I’d thought previously how might your quote journal look. I have a similar thing but I’ve drawn all the quotes in a handmade leather bound Poe inspired journal. Interesting, to have a peek inside yours.

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  4. There’s barely any difference between tolerance and politeness…
    Both seem to be based on the suppression of our true feelings.
    However, they still might be worth asking for.
    Tolerating is just like giving someone a chance to apply changes and give it a try… and, someday, to have your respect.
    From there, you can move onto the next level, which doesn’t need a name any more.

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