Quote Of The Day 23/03/2020

MONDAY, 23/03/2020:

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‘Maximizing time doesn’t mean rushing around like there is no tomorrow.’

– Steven Redhead

Quote Of The Day 18/03/2020

WEDNESDAY, 18/03/2020:

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‘We carry within us the wonders we seek around us.’

– Sir Thomas Browne

Quote Of The Day 13/02/2020

THURSDAY, 13/02/2020:

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‘How many stories are there that have been lived, but will never be told?’

– Craig D. Lounsbrough

Quote Of The Day 04/09/2019

WEDNESDAY, 04/09/2019:

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‘Fear doesn’t shut you down; it wakes you up.’

– Veronica Roth

Quote Of The Day 03/09/2019

TUESDAY, 03/09/2019:

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‘Anybody can look at you. It’s quite rare to find someone who sees the same world you see.’

– John Green

Quote Of The Day 26/04/2019

FRIDAY, 26/04/2019:

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‘Everything you can imagine is real.’

– Pablo Picasso

Quote Of The Day 03/04/2019

WEDNESDAY, 03/04/2019:

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‘In all your living, don’t forget to live.’

– Ricky Maye

 

Quote Of The Day 20/01/2019

SUNDAY, 20/01/2019:

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‘Romantic love is the kite that catches the wind and tenaciously heads for the sky; wisdom is the string that tugs downward, holding it back.’

– Joshua Harris

Quote Of The Day 19/01/2019

SATURDAY, 19/01/2019:

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‘Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.’

– Helen Keller