This quote by Mojo is so hilarious and topical that I had to share it with you for my last quote of the day. Anyone who wishes to, please hop on the bandwagon and share your quotes. HERE are the rules. Thanks, Rugby, for nominating me.
“Organized people are just too lazy to look for things.”
What’s another job on the day’s list? Thanks to Rugby, I think, for nominating me for the 3 day quote challenge.. a quote a day for three days. Instead of nominating another person to take part, I’m inviting anyone who want to to join the challenge. Go to Rugby’s post above for the “rules,” which I am breaking now. Ha.
The Universe is made up of protons, neurons, electrons and morons”
––Neil deGrasse Tyson
There are times when two people need to walk away from each other,
but there is no rule that says they have to turn around and fire. ––Robert Breault
This is another zinger from my friend Georgia, who sends us a quote a day. Had to share this one as well as the one I shared yesterday. jdbphoto
Owen “Beleaguered” Servant provided this quote for my next poetry prompt:
“How quick come the reasons for approving what we like.” – Jane Austen
How did you make your way into my heart?
Quick, tell the answer before we next part.
Come into my comfort, then comfort me back.
The way of the pair beats the way of the pack.
Reasons are given for all that we do–
For the ways that we love and the ways that we woo.
Approving my actions in loving you is
What wins you my love and wins you this kiss.
We swear to each other that we will be true
Like all the lovers in storybooks do.
Like brides and their bridegrooms and lieges and kings,
We shall swear our obeisance and seal it with rings.
What others have done is what we will do.
Approving tradition will make one of two.
For the rest of our lives, if they revile and chide us,
Reason’s not the only thing that will guide us.
The love we keep strong will keep us together.
Come be my steed, and I’ll be thy tether.
Quick, take my hand and give me thy pledge.
How we’ll kiss in the meadow and roll in the sedge.
(Judy’s note: If you haven’t already noticed, please look for the quote within the poem.
Actually, it is repeated twice. Hint: Look at the bold words.)
Listen to the Babe was the person who invited me to do this three-part prompt. See her blog HERE.
“We acquire the strength we have overcome.”
–Ralph Waldo Emerson
In some primitive cultures, it was believed that if you ate the heart of an enemy, you acquired his strength. I stop short of this, but I do know that standing up for ourselves or others in spite of our fears does strengthen character. I think this is what Emerson is talking about. One of my greatest weaknesses is, I know, wanting to be liked by all. Now and then, however, I have rebelled and stood up for what I believed in spite of popular opinion or in rebellion against the powers that were at the time. Luckily, all usually came out well even though I chose to put myself at risk. Then, back to a comfortable life. Not for me the perpetual picket line or protest. The rest of the time my pen is my placard.