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7 Inspirational Quotes To Keep In Mind When You’re Feeling Down

It is OKAY to feel sadness, anger and even resentment, that’s part of your humanity. No one is exempted from going through these emotions. However, the BEST part of your humanity is your ability to rise above, recognizing that dwelling on them will only get you stuck and lead you to despair even more.

So here are seven powerful quotes that will serve as a reminder for you to always keep moving forward, look at the bright side and not lose sight of what truly matters in life.

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Life Is About Moving Forward No Matter How Difficult Things Are

Let me tell you something you already know. The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows. It’s a very mean and nasty place and I don’t care how tough you are it will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently if you let it. You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life. But it ain’t about how hard you hit. It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. How much you can take and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done! — Rocky Balboa [movie character]

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I love how I can pick up this little jewel of a book when I only have a quick minute – and find a message that brings hope to my heart and a smile to my lips. Off I go! Remembering that happiness is a choice. — Carolyn B. , book review

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So What Are You Doing With Those 86,400 Seconds?

’Imagine that you have a bank account which gives you $86,400 every morning when you wake up. Whatever you don’t use up during the day gets taken back. Question: what would you do with the money? Of course, you would spend every dollar on your own pleasure and that of others whom you love. You would devour every cent from this magical bank, take the opportunity to make everyone around you as happy as you could with it. Maybe you’d even end up giving some of the money away to those who you didn’t know — because you probably couldn’t spend all of it on yourself and those close to you in just one day.

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So what am I getting at? Each of us has such a bank — it’s name is time. The horn of plenty, which is constantly pouring out the seconds of your life. Every morning, it credits you 86,400 seconds. Every night it writes off at a lost, whatever of this you failed to invest to a good purpose. It carries over no balance. It allows no over draft. Each day it opens a new account for you. Each night it burns the remains of the day. If you fail to use the day’s deposits, the loss is yours. And there’s no getting round the bank’s other key rule: it could close your account at any moment without warning; your life can end at any second.

So what are you doing with those 86,400 seconds? You must live in the present, on today’s deposits. Invest it, so as to get from it the utmost in health, happiness, and health. The clock is running. Make the most of today.’  — Marcy Levy, If Only It Were True

 


 

IN THE GARDEN OF THOUGHTS

REVIEW: I love the compact size of this beautiful little book. And it has wonderful, uplifting images with quotes that inspire. I think it’s much like a book designed for the child in all of us. Not sure what age can start reading this and understand, but it is a great book to share with adult friends who need a pick-me-up.” — T.M. Grand

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You Cannot Keep Holding To What Used To Be

At some point, you have to love yourself enough to let the last chance be the last chance. You can’t keep holding on to what used to be and praying a person’s potential somehow develops into what you thought it would. You can love a person with everything in you, but if the timing isn’t right, it just won’t work. You can’t force it and you shouldn’t have to. The love is still there… It’s just gotta be from a distance now.Rob Hill Sr.

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GENTLE REMINDERS:

A GIFT TO YOURSELF & OTHERS: These books will make one reflect, and the passages with beautiful illustrations and photography will help anyone who has suffered or been put down by others.

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When You Know You Deserve Better

Don’t be apologetic for moving away from something that was unhealthy for you. Why are you apologizing for saving your emotions, your opportunity, your desire, your happiness, your possibility, and your worth? It’s a beautiful thing when you recognize you deserve better and an even more beautiful thing when you steer towards better. Don’t be apologetic for understanding what you deserve and going for it. — Lloyd Barker

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GENTLE REMINDERS:

A GIFT TO YOURSELF & OTHERS: Sometimes we need a little something that will remind us to keep moving forward no matter what life throws at us.  Gentle Reminders is a buy-one- for-me and several -as-gift- kind of book.

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