Quote of the Week…Yes, I do those ❄️

Okay this may be a bit cliche, because, I’m all dewey, overly positive, lovey-dovey, hopeless romantic chic. Truth is I happen to be into quotes a lot more than I’d like to admit. They inspire me & touch me….they get me thinking, bring me fond, sweet & lovely memories….and yes, at times, quotes make me cry.
So, why not share with you and see perhaps what emotions do my chosen quotes invoke on you….
Please do let me know ☺️
Love, Peace, and Chicken Grease☀

“Whatever you do in life will be insignificant. But it is very important that you do it. Because, You can’t know; You can’t ever really know the meaning of your life, and you don’t need to. Just know that your life has a meaning. Every life has a meaning; whether it lasts one-hundred years or one-hundred seconds. Every life and every death changes the world in its own way. Our life would mean something to someone, somewhere, somehow with as much certainty that we could never know that meaning. We have to understand that enjoying life should be of much greater concern than understanding it. You can’t know. So don’t take it for granted; but don’t take it too seriously. Don’t postpone what you want. Don’t leave anything misunderstood or unsaid. Make sure the people you care about know.
-Mahatma Gandhi-

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2 thoughts on “Quote of the Week…Yes, I do those ❄️

  1. Pingback: Quote of the Week…Yes, I do those ❄️ | ser·en·dip·i·ty - serənˈdipədē/

  2. I especially agree with this part of the quote: “Don’t postpone what you want. Don’t leave anything misunderstood or unsaid. Make sure the people you care about know.” Reminds me a lot of what I am trying to say in one of my posts. http://thesimplysassylife.com/has-it-become-socially-unacceptable-to-show-compassion-and-kindness-part-1-can-you-still-help-in-their-time-of-need/ Mahatma Gandhi just said it much more eloquently than I did.

    I absolutely love quotes too. There is something about them and relating to them that just makes it magical and like the world is all okay. It makes sense. Someone else shares in your feelings.
    I am looking forward to reading more of your quotes and other blog posts!
    All the best,
    Kalyssa

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