Archive for November, 2010

“Remember no one can make you feel infe

November 27, 2010

“Remember no one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”
— Eleanor Roosevelt

“The minute you settle for less than yo

November 27, 2010

“The minute you settle for less than you deserve, you get even less than you settled for.”

–Maureen Dowd

“Then you will have success if you are

November 27, 2010

“Then you will have success if you are careful to observe the decrees and laws that the LORD gave Moses for Israel. Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or discouraged.”
-1 Chronicles 22:13

“Don’t cry when the sun is gone, becau

November 27, 2010

“Don’t cry when the sun is gone, because the tears won’t let you see the stars.”

–Violeta Parra

So I was talkin to myself and I said, “

November 26, 2010

So I was talkin to myself and I said, “You know, talkin to yourself is good for you. It keeps you in a linear pattern of thinking.” I thought about it, and had to laugh, “Another way to put it would be it helps you think straight!” I wonder exactly how many people in the world would understand…I guess to try to clarify to those who won’t, knowing who you are means spending a lot of time with yourself and G-d. But it’s important to take that time, otherwise your life is composed of what you think you should be, instead of what you know you should be. How many times have we started talking about something, only to realize that we didn’t understand it completely? If it’s more often than you can comfortably admit to yourself, it’s time to ask the person in the mirror what they think is important, and strive towards it with everything you have. Cause if we understand what’s important, and we understand it to a point that we don’t have any reasonable doubts, we’re doing our best to know that interesting person we call ourself, and we’re able to begin our relationship with G-d on a level that can only be described as a “Biblical Life”

So I was talkin to myself and I said, “

November 26, 2010

So I was talkin to myself and I said, “You know, talkin to yourself is good for you. It keeps you in a linear pattern of thinking.” I thought about it, and had to laugh, “Another way to put it would be it helps you think straight!” I wonder exactly how many people in the world would understand…I guess to try to clarify to those who won’t, knowing who you are means spending a lot of time with yourself and G-d. But it’s important to take that time, otherwise your life is composed of what you think you should be, instead of what you know you should be. How many times have we started talking about something, only to realize that we didn’t understand it completely? If it’s more often than you can comfortably admit to yourself, it’s time to ask the person in the mirror what they think is important, and strive towards it with everything you have. Cause if we understand what’s important, and we understand it to a point that we don’t have any reasonable doubts, we’re doing our best to know that interesting person we call ourself, and we’re able to begin our relationship with G-d on a level that can only be described as a “Biblical Life”

So I was talkin to myself and I said, “

November 26, 2010

So I was talkin to myself and I said, “You know, talkin to yourself is good for you. It keeps you in a linear pattern of thinking.” I thought about it, and had to laugh, “Another way to put it would be it helps you think straight!” I wonder exactly how many people in the world would understand…I guess to try to clarify to those who won’t, knowing who you are means spending a lot of time with yourself and G-d. But it’s important to take that time, otherwise your life is composed of what you think you should be, instead of what you know you should be. How many times have we started talking about something, only to realize that we didn’t understand it completely? If it’s more often than you can comfortably admit to yourself, it’s time to ask the person in the mirror what they think is important, and strive towards it with everything you have. Cause if we understand what’s important, and we understand it to a point that we don’t have any reasonable doubts, we’re doing our best to know that interesting person we call ourself, and we’re able to begin our relationship with G-d on a level that can only be described as a “Biblical Life”

So I was talkin to myself and I said, “

November 26, 2010

So I was talkin to myself and I said, “You know, talkin to yourself is good for you. It keeps you in a linear pattern of thinking.” I thought about it, and had to laugh, “Another way to put it would be it helps you think straight!” I wonder exactly how many people in the world would understand…I guess to try to clarify to those who won’t, knowing who you are means spending a lot of time with yourself and G-d. But it’s important to take that time, otherwise your life is composed of what you think you should be, instead of what you know you should be. How many times have we started talking about something, only to realize that we didn’t understand it completely? If it’s more often than you can comfortably admit to yourself, it’s time to ask the person in the mirror what they think is important, and strive towards it with everything you have. Cause if we understand what’s important, and we understand it to a point that we don’t have any reasonable doubts, we’re doing our best to know that interesting person we call ourself, and we’re able to begin our relationship with G-d on a level that can only be described as a “Biblical Life”

“I learned this, at least, by my experi

November 15, 2010

“I learned this, at least, by my experiment: that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”
— Henry David Thoreau (Walden: Or, Life in the Woods)

“Success is not final, failure is not f

November 15, 2010

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”
— Winston S. Churchill