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Old September 4, 2006, 02:25 PM
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Default My Favorite Quote

YES,it was from a fortune cookie as a matter of fact.
Here it is...
"All the darkness in the world can't stop the light of even a single candle""
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Old September 4, 2006, 04:16 PM
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My favorite quote is from a poem I wrote several years ago:

"....above the clouds, even on the darkest day, the sun still shines."
copyright: Sandi Bowman

It never fails to remind me that what you see at the moment is not always the way it is.

Sandi Bowman
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Old September 4, 2006, 04:31 PM
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thanks. very cool!!
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Old September 4, 2006, 08:46 PM
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Mine is by Elbert hubbard: "He has achieved success who has worked well, laughted often, and loved much." That means many of us can be succesfull very easy, If we really try.
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Old September 4, 2006, 09:38 PM
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Old September 5, 2006, 03:00 PM
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groovy!
i have an ancient book by Mr Hubbard of famous quotes... somewhere...! lol
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Old September 6, 2006, 11:55 PM
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Default Re: My Favorite Quote

You can observe a lot by watching - Yogi Berra


Quote:
Originally Posted by Sandi Bowman View Post
My favorite quote is from a poem I wrote several years ago:

"....above the clouds, even on the darkest day, the sun still shines."
copyright: Sandi Bowman

It never fails to remind me that what you see at the moment is not always the way it is.

Sandi Bowman

That's beautiful Sandi -very inspirational, thanks for sharing it.

Heidi
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Old September 7, 2006, 09:51 AM
usafastway
 
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well if we are using our own quotes....

"while the song's still playin', there's still time to join the band"
can hear the whole song at Garkoville
and it is currently number 13 on the folk chart at
www.idolunderground.com
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Old September 5, 2006, 11:29 AM
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Default Why Are We Here?

GARKO,

Over the years, I've accumulated many quotes that I like. Hard to pick a single favorite. However, the following is one that impressed me a lot. Back in 1988, Life Magazine posed the question "Why Are We Here?" Although he has been scorned by many, ex-president Nixon gave, I think, a truly outstanding answer:

"Some contend that we are here only by chance, as stepping-stones in the evolution of the species. Others insist that our lives are predestined by a divine will. I cannot accept either of these extremes because they are based on the false premise that we have no control of our destiny.

"Unless a person has a reason to live, he dies --- first mentally, and then physically. Self-gratification is not an adequate reason to live. Only a life lived for others is worth living. We all cannot expect to be great philosophers, scientists, statesmen or business leaders. But we must always seek to reach out to achieve our full potential. Some of the most heroic lievs are lived by those who cope with the tragedy, adversity and daily drudgery of life and rise above it. It is a mistake to assume that we can ever achieve perfection. But it is an even greater mistake to cease trying. Without risk there will be neither success nor failure. As Thomas Aquinas observed: If the primary aim of a captain were to preserve his ship, he would keep it in port forever."

---- Hugh
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Old September 5, 2006, 11:43 AM
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Default "Guest" = Hugh Gaugler (now registered!)

The software is making me write something here (apparently, it won't post just a headline).

---- Hugh
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