Of course, my 100+ subscribers are made up of some truly wonderful people. So what a better way to celebrate than by making it all about you lovelies!
I would like to thank these wonderful bloggers for taking the time to give me one of their favourite inspirational quotes. They are all magnificent.
I will do another one of these if I ever reach 500. Until then if you want to be a part of that just comment below, or email me on email@example.com
Mullen Crafts writes:
“Wonderful milestone achieved! Short and simple one to contribute, but full of meaning for me particularly “Stumbling is not falling”. Most commonly attributed to Malcom X, but has roots in an Haitian proverb circa 1854 and has been repeated throughout history in numerous other proverbs and poems, French, English and American. The sentiment remains the same in them all – a stumble is not a fall, you pick up your pace and continue on, recover from it and persevere.”
Neil Rushton writes:
Congrats… my favourite quote is by Emily Brontë: “I have dreamed in my life, dreams that have stayed with me ever after, and changed my ideas; they have gone through and through me, like wine through water, and altered the colour of my mind.”
Steven Colbourne writes:
Thanks for dropping me a line. What a great idea and congrats on 100 subscribers!
“If you have to choose between being kind and being right, choose to be kind and you’ll always be right.”
Love that quote but I have no idea who to attribute it to! (I guess you could just put ‘Anonymous’)
Is that okay?
Very best wishes,
Sorry, Jen for replying late. inspiration I don’t know but I love this quote by Khalil Gibran
Rudraa Makwana Writes:
Many Congratulations to you! Many more to come. ❤️
My favourite quote is “Giving up on your dreams means giving up on your life”. This quote greatly inspires me. Congratulations to you once again. Wish you continued success and happiness. ❤️😊
My blog is Skeptical Empath. This is the quote that comes to mind if you want to use it….
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
― Buckminster Fuller
It looks like Denmark was a fun time. 🙂
Once again I would like to thank my fellow bloggers for participating.
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