Tuesday’s Thoughts!


Happy Tuesday! The sun is shining down on the snow in our backyard and it looks so pretty. That is what I love about winter, the beauty of the snow. There is beauty to be found in every season and I do think that I would miss the changing of the seasons if I lived somewhere that doesn’t experience that. Life is full of things changing just like the seasons do and you usually can be happier when you embrace the change instead of trying to fight it.Β  Have a wonderful Tuesday and may these quotes make your heart ponder and smile!


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28 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Thoughts!

  1. As much as I find all of these quotes to be worthy of merit, and I do, I must go with #3. This is from the 1997 book, “The Four Agreements : A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom”, by don Miguel Ruiz. The four agreements are : 1) Be impeccable with your word. 2) Don’t take anything personally. 3) Don’t make assumptions. 4) Always do your best. The history behind the writing of this book is almost as interesting as the enlightening book that is based upon the ancient Toltec Wisdom of the native people of Southern Mexico. A book worth reading, as are the following ones, 1999’s “The Master of Love” and 2000’s “The Four Agreements Companion Book”. I was just mentioning another of my often repeated Maya Angelou quotes earlier today : “Hate, it has caused a lot of problems in the world, but has not solved one yet.” Thank-you!

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      • In coming back to read your comment, I noticed that I got so caught up with adding the Maya Angelou quote that I stopped short of all that I meant to say. I completely neglected to say that don Miguel Ruiz along with his son, don Jose Ruiz, wrote a sequel to “The Four Agreements” about mid 2011. “The Fifth Agreement” : A Practical Guide to Self-Mastery” is 5) Be skeptical, but learn to listen. It updates and goes beyond the original and delves into this fifth agreement that allows us to be who we really are. You could skip the original and just read this one to more or less cut to the chase, if you wish to reduce your reading time. I enjoyed both, but I do think that you will find “The Fifth Agreement” much to your liking. Sorry! Thank-you, yet again!

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