Quote challenge. Day 1 of 3.

This time around I was chosen to participate in the quote challenge by:

  • Novus. Be sure to check out Novus’ page for poetry, sketches and a wonderfully warm atmosphere. Novus published poems and haikus recently on Google Play. You can find more information about this on Novus’ site. Congratulations again, Novus!
  • THE Irish Procrastinator.  As the name suggests, the blog is a chest full of Irish nuggets, which are a product of procrastination. Poems, stories, photos are only some of the things you will find there.

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My quote: “Listen to what other people have to say. Analyze it. Take whatever you want from it. Use it, or throw it away. Then, make YOUR OWN decision”.

Famous person’s quote:

Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.

— Albert Einstein

Stay golden,

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  1. “Never take yourself or others too seriously! Lighten up and laugh a little!” a quote from little ol’ me. Famous quote from Robin Williams, “If Heaven exists, to know that there’s laughter, that would be a great thing.”

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  2. Wise words👍.
    Sometimes people tell us the bitter truth and until we learn to analyse what people say and check ourselves, truth speakers would sound like haters.

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