a quote and a question


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“Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly.”

Langston Hughes

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What is lifting you up today?


6 thoughts on “a quote and a question

  1. Jen says:

    Today, shotgunning Diet Pepsi is holding me up. But really, seriously, I signed up for my first 5 K run. Offically. So, now I have a carrot dangling at the end of my training stick!

  2. skywind8 says:

    Reading “Refuse to Choose!: Use All of Your Interests, Passions, and Hobbies to Create the Life and Career of Your Dreams” by Barbara Sher.

    The theme is people who move quickly between many interests, perhaps not “finishing” all the projects, but gaining value out of the process of engaging with them nonetheless. This is totally me. The world and hobbies fascinate me, and I dive in, learn fast, and then pop back up, look around, and decide if I’m ready to move on to something else.

    Lately I’ve been struggling with excess free time and how to organize my dreams into doable packages yet still pursue them all, so this book was a very timely discovery.

  3. Tammy says:

    I’ve not been feeling 100% lately, and what is lifting me up lately is little notes from friends that remind me of intertwined histories. I really enjoy your quotes, so thoughtfully chosen.

  4. Liese4 says:

    Like a kaleidoscope
    patterns ever changing
    never staying the same
    so our life
    is changing.

    Speckled bands
    drift to and fro
    the wind blows
    and we sway.

    We can take the journey
    embrace the unforgettable
    collide with God’s plan –
    the ever changing
    kaleidoscope of life.


    The joy and mystery of each new day is uplifting me right now!

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