You read to open up your understanding of this planet you live on, gathering traces of learnings from people that have done something you perceive of value. You also read to re-inspire yourself, challenging your belief that where you have stalled in life is the maximum of what can be achieved.
To that point, here is a quick yet thoughtfully chosen selection of crafted pieces that were generated by people that lived life, and then scribed the life they lived. May these writings deliver an injection of ‘life-fuel’ to your present circumstances!
We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; Persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed.
– II Corinthians 4: 8-9
When you pray to God regularly, irregular things happen on a regular basis.
– Mark Batterson
Look for lessons in every moment and every relationship and record them in a journal.
– Brendon Burchard
I don’t think they
– Joyce Meyer
Everyone can change and grow through application and experience.
– Carol Dweck
I am firm believer that everything and everyone was created to solve a problem… Your mess can become your message, if you allow it.
– Angel Richardson
The cost of being gorgeous is paid in discipline, forethought and effort, but the value of high self-esteem and fearless confidence is invaluable.
– Stacia Pierce
I have never seen an ugly woman or girl.
– LaQuisha Hall
Remember… you are special because I made you. And I don’t make mistakes.
– Max Lucado
To me, nothing is more important than making people happy, giving them a release from their problems and worries, helping them to lighten their load. I want them to walk away from a performance I’ve done saying, “That was great. I want to go back again. I had a great time.” To me, that’s what it’s all about. That’s wonderful.
– Michael Jackson
…when you get dressed every morning, you’re revealing how you feel, showing an aspect of your personality, and preparing yourself for what type of day it’s going to be.
– Jill Martin & Pierre A. Lehu
…handicaps can be converted into stepping stones on which one may climb towards some worthy goal, unless they are accepted as obstacles and used as alibis.
– Napoleon Hill