Let Me Be Inspired by Quotes-#16

Quotes are the most beautiful thing.   A few lines, a smile, a a-ha, an inspiration, a motivation, a life changing thought just with a few words.   Where would we be without words, expressions and thoughts.    Thoughts to ponder the world, and my place in it.   To think, to dream , to live a life full of joy and wisdom.   Words they allow me to learn, they shape my thinking, they shape my thoughts.  So, be mindful of what you feed your thoughts, it is from your thoughts that happiness or sorry spring.   

Week 16 of quotes,  here are my selection of quotes presented in a more graphic style.   I am trying new methods  of representation on my blog.wp-1474581461630.png

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Thanks for stopping by.  Please like, share, subscribe or comment.  Do let me which ones you like and if you like the new graphic style or you prefer the old written list format.

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  1. I loved all of your selected quotes, Bella — but Dale Carnegie’s spoke to me especially. Looks like I’ll be doing my housework with extra care today! 🙂 Thank you for a great compilation.

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  2. Hi Bella:
    I too love the picture style.

    My two favorites are the one by Dale Carnegie and the other by Jim Rohn.
    I too love to read and use quotes in my writings, that is unless I allow myself to get wild and crazy and just write stuff to get a chuckle or two from my readers.
    Thanks for following my blog.
    Irwin

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  3. Some lovely quotes here Bella. I had a strange experience a few months ago when I was going through a particularly stressful time with work and was full of worry.. I opened the back door of my car and there was a book I’d never seen before and to this day I’ve not idea where it came from – it was Dale Carnegie and was about ‘worrying’ and how to avoid it. Very strange… However, it was an incredibly inspiring book and so are these quotes too! x

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