Tuesday, January 31, 2012

You Are The Author . . .

of your own story
if you concentrate
on finding whatever is good
in every sitiuation
you will discover
that your life
will suddenly
be filled with gratitude
a feeling that nurtures the soul
rabbi harold kushner

you have the gift of a new day
the previous day is now gone
and it was either wasted
or you made the best ot it
value today

whatever you are
 be a good one
abraham lincoln

don't go with the flow
you are the flow
sugi tanaka

twenty years from now
you will be more disappointed
by the things that you didn't do
than the ones you did do
explore dream discover
mark twain

I'd rather have ten minutes of wonderful
than a lifetime of nothing special
Steel Magnolis

learn to appreciatre
what you have
before time makes you
appreciate what you had
found on

You are the author of your own story

~ ~ ~

quotes are favourites
 photos are mine
Love Lynne


Jill said...

This is wonderful, beautiful and heartwarming and thought proviking!

Aunt Barb said...

I like don't go with the are the flow.
i realized looking at these pics, I never saw your Ireland photos! Miss you!

koralee said...

Such lovely images...and your favourite quotes are also mine. Have a great day...don't waste it! xoxoox

TexWisGirl said...

really wonderful messages.

Pondside said...

Lovely! I'm determined never to be disappointed because I didn't do something wonderful/adventurous or inspiring.

At Home in English Valley said...

Our world traveler, I'm sure you have some really great stories to tell... So many inspiring quotes to jot down. Thanks Lynne. Love, Penny

♥ Helen said...

Thank you for sharing these words and photos with us :) I liked it very much.

24 Corners said...

What a warming and uplifting post Lynne...thank you!!!
I now no longer have the regret of never having tried to make feels good too!!! What next??
Your images are fantastic by the way...Italy at it's very best.
xo J~

Teresa said...

Wonderful photos.
Wonderful words.
Thank you, Lynne!

Gail said...

Fantastic messages! Now, if I would just live them.