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Wednesday, 20 June 2012

281/365 - The Softness of a Person's Nature (Syed Mustafa Faras Ahmad)

“The Softness of a person's Nature 
Doesn't mean Weakness, 
because Nothing is Softer than Water 
but its Force can Break the Strongest Rocks.”
- Syed Mustafa Faraz Ahmad

280/365 - The Educated Mind (Aristotle)

“It is the Mark of an Educated Mind
 to be able to Entertain a Thought 
without Accepting it.”

  - Aristotle

279/365 - Wait and Hope (Alexandre Dumas)

“There is Neither Happiness nor Misery in the World; 
there is only the Comparison of one State with another, 
nothing more. 

He who has felt the Deepest Grief
 is best able to Experience Supreme Happiness. 
We must of felt what it is to Die, Morrel,
 that we may Appreciate the enjoyments of Life.

" Live, then, and be Happy, 
beloved children of my heart, 
and never forget, 
that until the day God will deign to reveal the future to man, 
all Human Wisdom is contained in these two words, 
'Wait and Hope.”

  - Alexandre Dumas

278/365 - Live Out Loud (Emile Zola)

“If you ask me what I Came to Do in this World, 
I, an Artist, 
will Answer you:

 I am here to Live out Loud.”

- Émile Zola

Saturday, 16 June 2012

277/365 - Achieve it (Paulo Coelho)

“And, when you Want Something, 
All the Universe Conspires
 in Helping you to Achieve it.”
- Paulo Coelho
(The Alchemist)

276/365 - Ecstasy (Anais Nin) 18+

“The Body is an Instrument 
which only Gives Off music 
when it is Used as a Body. 

Always an Orchestra,
 and just as Music traverses Walls, 
so Sensuality Traverses the Body 
and reaches Up to Ecstasy.”
- Anaïs Nin

275/365 - With Someone (Marilyn Monroe)

“It's Better to be Unhappy Alone 
than Unhappy with Someone.”
- Marilyn Monroe

274/365 - The Truth (Mark Twain)

“Never tell the Truth
 to people who are not Worthy of it.”

  - Mark Twain

273/365 - Everything you can Imagine (Pablo Picasso)

“Everything you can Imagine 
is Real.”

  - Pablo Picasso

272/365 - I love you (Pablo Neruda)

“I love you without knowing how, 
or when, or from where. 

I love you simply, 
without problems or pride: 
I love you in this way 
because I do not know any other way of loving 
but this, 
in which there is no I or you, 
so intimate that your hand upon my chest is my hand, 
so intimate that when I fall asleep your eyes close.”

  - Pablo Neruda
  (100 Love Sonnets)

271/365 - What True Love Meant (Nicholas Sparks)

“I finally Understood what True Love meant...

Love meant 
that you Care for another person's Happiness 
More than your Own, 
No matter how Painful 
the Choices you face might be.”
- Nicholas Sparks
  (Dear John)

270/365 - On Dreams (J.K. Rowling)

“It does not do to Dwell on Dreams
 and Forget to Live.”
- J.K. Rowling 

(Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone)

269/365 - Make you a Christian (Garrison Keillor)

“Anyone who thinks sitting in Church
 can make you a Christian
must also think that sitting in a Garage 
can make you a Car.”

  - Garrison Keillor

Thursday, 7 June 2012

268/365 - With the Mind (William Shakespeare)

“Love looks not with the Eyes,
but with the Mind.”

  - William Shakespeare
 (A Midsummer Night's Dream)

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

267/365 - It is Our Choices (J.K. Rowling)

“It is Our Choices, Harry, 
that Show us What we Truly Are, 
Far More than our Abilities.”
- J.K. Rowling 
(Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets)

Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Monday, 4 June 2012

265/365 - It Has a Song (Maya Angelou)

“A Bird doesn't Sing because it has an Answer,
 it Sings because it has a Song.”

- Maya Angelou

Sunday, 3 June 2012

264/365 - What You Will Be (Oscar Wilde)

“It is what you Read
 when you Don't have to
 that Determines what you Will Be 
when you Can't Help it.”
- Oscar Wilde

Saturday, 2 June 2012

263/365 - Where You Are Going (Lewis Carroll)

“If you don't know Where you are Going, 
Any Road will Get you There.”
- Lewis Carroll

Friday, 1 June 2012

262/365 - Tomorrow is a New Day (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

“Finish each day and be Done with it. 
You have Done what you Could. 
Some Blunders and Absurdities no doubt Crept in; 
Forget them as Soon as you Can. 
Tomorrow is a New Day. 
You shall Begin it Serenely and with Too High a Spirit 
to be Encumbered with your Old Nonsense.”
- Ralph Waldo Emerson