Snapshots from Green Victoria (tedwords) wrote,
Snapshots from Green Victoria

"It's strange. I was born stupid and I'm still stupid. Meanwhile, I'm learning a little something, and this something comes from daily experience."
Maurizio Cattelan

"You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face...You must do the thing you cannot do."
Eleanor Roosevelt

"The decisions that you make every day determine what you truly wish the focus of your life to be."
My buddy, David

These are the quotes that are running around my head right now. You must do the thing you cannot's every-day decisions are truly a reflection of where you wish to focus your life's energies. And isn't that really true? By choosing not to do "that which we dare not do," aren't we truly acknowledging that we prefer the safety and comfort of our existing life, that we dare not...or desire not...the opportunity to change, to grow?

And for me, where are my energies focused? What do my actions say about the direction my life is taking? What does my journal say about the direction my life is taking?

Tired. Must go to bed. Something to dream about. So many pieces falling into many other pieces left to sort many things that I fear, but know I must attempt, if only to attain salvation.

What do you dare not do? (Such a leading line...go ahead, I can take it!)
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