You guys know I love quotes. I've written about some of them before -- you can search this blog to read a few.
And since I love quotes, I'm sure that you do too.
NOTE: Not sure why that follows, but you are living in my world now, people. Or at least you live in the recesses of my brain.
And since it's a special week, I'm giving you a gift of my love -- not just one quote, but two!
I learned this quote just a few months ago while I was doing my online course with Brene Brown through Oprah. It is by Howard Thurman.
Don't ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.
I love the Thurman quote so much I painted a picture in my journal and wrote it over the top. I use it as my cell phone wallpaper too. Here it is.
NOTE: You didn't know that I was an artist, did you? Neither did I until I took Brene's course. I will add that my talented friend Camille Warmington has nothing to worry about -- I'm keeping my day job.
My second favorite quote (and I tell people this one all the time) was on a sign in my friend Jane Browning's kitchen. Before Jane passed away, we played bridge at her home every Saturday, so I got to see it a lot and it always cracked me up.
Money can't buy happiness, but it sure keeps the kids in touch.
Ain't that the truth? Have a great day, friends!