“Fun is an attitude, not an activity”–found in Schofield’s

book Confessions Of An Organized Homemaker.

The earth laughs in flowers.–Emerson

How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.–Annie Dillard

The most important thing she’d learned over the years was that there was no way to be a perfect mother and a million ways to be a good one.–Jill Churchill

Wounded children become wounded adults, and wounded adults can destroy the world.–Marianne Williamson

Children are not children.  They are just younger people.  We have the same soul at sixty that we had at forty, and the same soul at twenty-five that we had when we were five.–Marianne Williamson

Many people treat children as if they are not as smart as grown-ups.  But there is a big difference between not being as smart and just not knowing the language yet.–Marianne Williamson

It ultimately does not matter whether we start a company, nurse a child, produce a movie, or make a soup.  What really matters is that we do it with love.–Marianne Williamson

We have great power to affect the attitudes and behavior of the people around us, at work and at home.  We have the power to set a tone of honor, to create an energy around ourselves that says, “I respect myself.  I respect you.  Let’s respect each other.”–Marianne Williamson in A Woman’s Worth

Words can cause wars or can bring hope.–Amma

If you have no anxiety, the risk you face is probably not worthy of you.  Only risks you have outgrown don’t fighten you.–David Viscott

Why is it that when we talk to God we are said to be praying and when God talks to us we’re said to be schizophrenic?–Lily Tomlin

If you change your choices you will access a different life.–Gary Zukav


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