Tuesday Tidbits #67



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Welcome to the limited series, Tuesday Tidbits. A collection of quotes to provide inspiration, determination, and elevation. I hope you find something that brightens your day!

The greatest attribute for any writer is to never stop being absolutely amazed by the world around you.


I am getting so old that a thirty-day free trial of something seems like a big commitment.


Poems are meant to be interactive. They are nothing without the reader but squiggly lines of ink on paper. They must be read to live.


Japan gave us not only the beautiful form of Haiku, but they also gave us sushi. Both of which are bite size, raw, and delicious.


People often talk about writing a book when they retire. Presumably with a steady income and all the extra time they would have on their hands. Writers then, by default, must just be an impatient lot.


No one appreciates a kindness more than someone in need. And no one appreciates a need more than someone with kindness.


I do not believe in ghosts, so I leave my words behind to haunt the world when I leave.


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Now get out there and write something!

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Comments
10 Responses to “Tuesday Tidbits #67”
  1. beth says:

    I’m all in for the never ceases to be amazed by the world

  2. jonicaggiano says:

    These are all great Brad but I must say this was hilarious:

    “I am getting so old that a thirty-day free trial of something seems like a big commitment.”

    Haha I suppose we are all getting older. I love your sense of humor.

    Hope your week has been great so far. I am going to plant some new flowers in our bee and butterfly garden. Have a wonderful day my dear friend. Love you ❤️Jonikins

  3. Splendid work my friend! Yes! Love them both, Japanese haikus and sushi! And you’re right, most definitely words can surely haunt more than ghosts…
    Cheers,
    FBC.

  4. Jim Borden says:

    great comparison between sushi and haiku; and I loved your quote about kindness…

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