I was a fantastic student until I was ten, and then my mind began to wander.

~Grace Paley
American writer

If truth is beauty, how come no one has their hair done in a library?

~Lily Tomlin
American actress & comedienne

A private railroad car is not an acquired taste. One takes to it immediately.

~Eleanor R. (Mrs. August) Belmont (1879-1979)
English actress and philanthropist

This is one of my favorite
positive affirmations statements:

If there was a particular house you wanted, or a particular relationship or job you wanted, and you didn’t get it, the Universe is telling you that it was not good enough and did not match your dream. It is also telling you that it has something BETTER and more worthy of you. Something better is coming . . . you’re allowed to be excited

~Rhonda Byrne

Here is an excerpt from
Deepak Chopra M.D. book, Creating Affluence
~Wealth Consciousness in the Field of all possibilities:
~”F” stands for the fact that in every failure is the seed of success. In the manifestation of the material from the non-material, of the visible from the invisible, a fundamental mechanics is involved. This is the principle of feedback. Our failures are stepping-stones in the mechanics of creation, bringing us ever closer to our goals. In reality, there is no such thing as failure. What we call failure is just a mechanism through which we can learn to do things right.

Here is an excerpt from
Neale Donald Walsch book, Conversations with God:

Written as a dialogue in which Walsh asks questions and God answers….

“Does that mean I cannot ask for anything I want? Are You saying that praying for something actually pushes it away from us?”

” This is a question which has been asked through the Ages-and has been answered whenever it has been asked. Yet you have not heard the answer, or will not believe it. The question is answered again, in today’s terms, and today’s language, thusly: You will not have that for which you ask, nor can you have anything you want. This is because your very request is a statement of lack, and your saying you want a thing only works to produce that precise experience –wanting-in reality.”

“The correct prayer is therefore never a prayer of supplication, but a prayer of gratitude. When you thank God in advance for that which you choose to experience in your reality, you, in effect, acknowledge that it is there. . . in effect. Thankfulness is thus the most powerful statement to God; an affirmation that even before you ask, I have answered. Therefore never supplicate. Appreciate.”

Have a beautiful day,

Photo: ‘happy Easter’ PKM



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