Thank you to those of you who not only read my last post but also sent me your favourite quotations! There were some very good ones so without further ado, here they are!
Crystal, a former student who went on to become a teacher, contributed two.
Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality.
by Emily Dickinson, an especially poignant thought coming so close to Remembrance Day, and
Just accept yourself and find something that brings you closer to complete.
by Anthony Raneri of the band, Bayside.
My friend, Doris, sent the following quotation by writer, director and performer, John Harrigan.
People need loving the most when they deserve it the least.
These are not simply words to Doris. She and her husband, Ken, are currently giving of themselves to those who need loving at an addictions centre in Langley, BC.
Fellow blogger, Jeannie at gracefully50, sent this favourite quote by Linda Wooten.
Being a mother is learning about strengths you didn’t know you had, and dealing with fears you didn’t know existed.
I’ve recently learned that this is also true of being a daughter of elderly parents!
It seems that many of us like posting words on our walls. My brother-in-law, Jeff, sent this quote that he and my sister, Linda, had hanging on their kitchen wall until it underwent renovations recently.
We don’t believe in miracles, we rely on them.
If my online search is correct, that’s an adaptation of a quote by Peter J. Lawrence, an educator best known as the originator of the Peter Principle, the concept that people are often promoted until they reach their level of incompetence and then remain there. Hmm… I may have known some of those people during my days of employment! Oops! Did I really say that? I digress!
On the topic of miracles, LouAnn posted another great quote on her blog, On the Homefront, this week.
There are only two ways to live your life. One as though nothing is a miracle. The other as though everything is a miracle.
Well said, Albert Einstein and well said, dear readers. Thanks for sharing!