Writer’s Quotes Wednesday’s Writer’s Challenge # 39 – Friendship or Intensity

Marsha is the host of WQWWC

My choice of this week’s is;



This weekly writing challenge runs from Wednesday through Tuesday. The only rule is to use a quote.

Lackadaisical attitude never results in satisfaction

Or for that matter anything much is achieved

We need intensity and drive in our endeavors

To scale to the top, to turn our goals into reality

When I was growing up, I heard this sentence many times, “Anything worth doing is worth doing well” This has stuck with me throughout my life. I feel that without passion and fervor, if we do anything, it may turn out well but it doesn’t fulfills us because we don’t experience that feeling of satisfaction and achievement.

The Creative minded are those who are blessed with

Loads of imagination, passions, and heaps of energy

They accomplish their goals and realize their dreams

Without passion and intensity, few have reached for the stars




25 thoughts on “Writer’s Quotes Wednesday’s Writer’s Challenge # 39 – Friendship or Intensity

  1. People praise creativity. And the final result looks beautiful.

    4 to 5 years ago, I was living in a completely different ‘an imaginary’ world. After getting discouraged by the people outside we look inside. And it changes the way you see the world.

    It doesn’t matter how much of my imagination turned into a newly created masterpiece. But I love the process (Feel, act and react).

    Starting a blog is a life-changing experience, as it boosted my creative potential, directed it towards entertaining, educating and inspiring people. Thank you for the wise advice.🙂

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  2. Sadje, I’m hoping my intensity for eating doesn’t create immensity! LOL Your post is right on. We are so lucky to have blogging as a creative outlet. It has changed my life in so many ways. I started a book about it, but it was too narrow. Blogging is much more than I ever envisioned it to be or where it would lead. And here we are at the threshold of even more.

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    1. Haha, that could be a as problem as I very well know!
      I too love to blog and have discovered that it is much more than just writing and reading. It’s a connection that is most valuable. Thanks

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