{Day One} 3 Day Quote Challenge

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(I just love all the Halloween/Fall stuff all around the city these days!)

Devyn at DevynPearle( https://devyncox.wordpress.com/ ) nominated me to participate in the Three Day Quotes challenge! Yay!

https://devyncox.wordpress.com/2015/10/13/day-three-3-day-quote-challenge/

I LOVE quotes!! It’s amazing how we can take an idea or sentiment or philosophy and condense it into a brief sequence of words to inspire and remind us! Quotes can even be life-changing if we meditate upon them and reference them frequently. They can introduce us to ideas we can do further research on and we can use them to uplift others! 

Here are my three quotes for today! 

“You can be greater than anything that can happen to you.” ~ Norman Vincent Peale

“There are no strangers here; Only friends you haven’t yet met.” ~ W.B. Yeats

“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.” ~
Leo Buscaglia

This isn’t called a “challenge” for nothing! It’s so hard choosing just a few quotes when I have soooo many! I don’t want to leave any out! And I have so many quotes I love equally but cannot list them all here! So I’ll take the few that come to mind first! Quotes are my passion!

Thank you DevynPearle for nominating me to participate! ❤

I hope you are having a lovely day/night wherever you are! 😀
~Huggs~ & love to you!! ❤

Xoxo Kim ❤

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3 thoughts on “{Day One} 3 Day Quote Challenge

    • Thank You!! Yes, he’s one of my favorite writers! It’s so rare to find a writer who expresses universal love to the extent he does in his work. I am so amazed at his compassion and how he expresses it and even though he has been gone for a while, his love lives on still touching many lives. I wish more people would hear of him and give his writing a try; it’s so inspiring! ❤ I really love his book "Personhood," it's brilliant and about how we, all around the world, are connected through our basic humanness, rich or poor, black, white, Indian, Asian, young, old, educated in an advanced way or not, we can all relate and communicate in significant ways even if we cannot understand each other's verbal language.

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