If you have been reading here for the past few months, you have probably already gathered that I share a pretty strong connection with my faith. You can read more about it on my about page.
This is not what this post is about.
This is about how much I love community, and more specifically how much I love this blogging community. I love new visitors and I love comments. I appreciate the views and readership from people of all different walks of life.
Whether you believe in God…
Whether you consider yourself a Christian, Muslim, Catholic, Mormon, Jewish, or anything…
Bottom line: Everybody has a story to share, everybody has an opinion, and everybody reading this,
Yesterday I thought I had a great idea while remembering some of my favorite quotes from movies, books, or speeches.
So I wrote them down.
These are just random quotes that have buried themselves in my head sometime in the last few years, and I want to know what, or how you feel about them. Some of these you’ll instantly recognize, others probably not so much.
“Everything happens for a reason”
“Hurt people, hurt people”
“Wherever you are, be all there”
“Do, or do not. There is no ‘try.'”
“No man can walk out on his own story”
“It is, what it is”
“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail”
“Fate seldom calls upon us at a moment of our choosing.”
“Forgiven people, forgive people”
“You really think your family is looking out for you?”
“What we do in life echoes in eternity”
Each one of these quotes came during specific “seasons” of my life, and I felt like I could just write all day. So instead, I decided to do something a little different. I wanted to try an experiment.
So what is the experiment?
Be Human, and share how one of these quotes make you feel.
- If you have already written about what one of these particular quotes means to you, please share the link in the comments.
- If you would like to write about what one of these quotes mean to you, please share the link in the comments.
- If you do not have a blog to link, but one of these quotes resonates within your soul… you get the drift.
I’ve removed their origins so as to take them out of your element and spark a little creativity.
Also, for those who need or want a challenge, just pick an unfamiliar one to write about.
(Of course you can just Google them, but what would be the fun in that?)