Three Days – Three Quotes: Day 4

Yes, you read it right – I couldn’t resist – I tried really, really hard to resist – but,  I.  Could.  Not.   Stop.  Myself.

Here it is following on from the wisdom of Buddha, from Winnie-the-Pooh, via AA Milne and from the writings of Dr Martin Luther King

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This is not my work – I found this photo online somewhere and have no clue who made it or when.  If you know who did please leave a note so I can add credit.

So this wraps up for real my contribution to making the world a more thoughtful place via the contemplation of favourite quotes, I hope you enjoyed them all   🙂

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Three  Four Valiant Bloggers have put their hands tentatively in the air to carry the ‘Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge’ forward.  Ladies and gentlemen, a round of applause for our intrepid volunteers:

Alys at Gardening Nirvana

Linne at A Random Harvest

Claire at Mollie and Claire – already posting her first quote!

And this I’m betting will be something a little different I dare you to take a look:

Bruce at Weave A Web –  coming up now or soon!

Please support these wonderful gals and Bruce and drop by their blogs.  Thank you 🙂

 

Thanks for coming by today, I love that you did!

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48 thoughts on “Three Days – Three Quotes: Day 4

  1. I think Buddha and any deities would meet their flocks of people with their own lingo, dialect or language so I loved this quote, Pauline, almost like “Chill out!”
    “Homies” may be found in the city but the placard looked very “homey.” 🙂

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  2. Loved this, Pauline! I do believe in letting go . . . but am better when the s**t is living between my ears. I should print this out and put it where I can see it everyday . . . think I’ll do that . . .
    Love your counting; you should come for a visit and let my Mum re-school you . . . 😉

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  3. Hahaha!! I need to make a T-shirt out of this one, Pauline, and wear it to yoga class. I will never be able to hold a pose and see myself in the mirror without snorting in laughter and likely disrupting the class repeatedly. But oh, it would be worth the irritable looks, as I’d just point down to the quote and smile.
    Brilliant.
    xx

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  4. Thanks for the giggles. It’s a beautiful piece of art and a fun and funny sentiment. All the other famous authors would be proud. I hope the original artist pops up one day. He/she will be tickled.

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  5. I LOVE THIS ONE!!!!! I have to make myself a bookmark with that beautiful art and the quote. I’d love to do the quotes but I can’t seem to get anything finished right now. Maybe in a bit. Hugs. 🙂

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  6. Crikes! That is the best yet! HaHaHa! It isn’t easy to let stuff go sometimes. it sticks like chewie to a blanket! Humor is always the best tool I do believe. I am off to the printers this morning and that is coming with me! LOL! ❤

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  7. Hard at it Ms Pauline. I could do with that “Chill!” Too busy to chill at the moment…will let you know when I find time to twitch again 😉

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  8. LOL … very good … and thanks for the morning laugh. I’ve been challenged, but still contemplating whether to step up or not … but of course I would do it with my own twist.

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