A to Z challenge Q for Quotable quotes

Personal experiences, incidents and smiles

What are words to live by, to be inspired by and to share to motivate others too;

Quotable Quotes;

When we were kids, my father had subscribed to Readers Digest and when the new copy arrived, the first thing I read were the quotable quotes section, the second one was laughter the best medicine.

Here are a few Quotes I like;

We can either live our lives in a flurry of activities or we can be mindful and take stock of the amazing things happening around us and to us, every day!

I love this quote from Dr. Seuss as it is the absolute truth. It doesn’t give us the license to misbehave with others, but it liberates us from the expectations of others.

If we do what we like, our job also becomes a source of joy.

Don’t think that you cannot do something because it’s not possible, make what you want to do, possible. That’s the secret of a happy life.

Every day we earn victories when we get out of bed, do things that are good for us and achieve success in things we thought were beyond our capabilities.

What is your favorite quote?

This is also in response to Linda’s One Liner Wednesday




50 thoughts on “A to Z challenge Q for Quotable quotes

  1. Hi Sadje,
    I remember how we also used to wait for the new copy of Reader’s Digest. I have grown up reading the magazine and yes, my favorite sections were quotable quotes, Humor in Uniform (Because dad was in the Indian Army, so it was relatable). As for my favorite quotes, I have plenty. A few of them being… Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. Robert Frost. Tough times don’t last, but tough people do; When the going gets tough, the tough get going.

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  2. My favorite quotes are those of H. L. Mencken, “The Bard of Baltimore.” He was a lot more cynical and snarky. “An optimist is someone who notices a rose smells better than a cabbage and assumes it will make better soup.”

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  3. Read, learn, listen… take every opportunity to educate yourself about this world. You are a human being who lives on this planet and in this society. Your understanding of how it works and runs contributes to it running better, for all of us.

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  4. Quotes… I have a ton of favorites. Too many to list here but people like Helen Keller, Elenore Roosevelt, even Confucius all have pearls of wisdom I turn to at different times of my life. A new one I stumbled upon this week… “Love isn’t something you find. Love is something that finds you.” – Loretta Young

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