May 17, 2009

You Are What You Think

I have started collecting quotes that I love. I have a little 4x6 notebook that
I carry in my bag and when I see a quote that resonates with me I'll jot it down.
This quote is by Dale Carnegie. Wouldn't that have been fun to listen in on one of his talks? I can really get inspired by great speakers, speakers that tap into my self-reliance. My wanting to do more with my life, my self. I love to be around "Yes" people, it's like they give me permission.

What are some of your favorite quotes? Please share!


Jean said...

Here's my all time favorite quote - it's by Seneca who lived about 2000 years ago....

"It is foolish to live miserably for fear of things to come, for a man loses the present which he might enjoy."

I'm looking forward to seeing more of your quotes along with your bright and beautiful artwork!!

My Perspective said...

Jean, that's a great quote. You're
right because the NOW is really all we have.

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