Tuesday Tidbits #74


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!

Persistence, determination, and hard work. These are the things that transform “I wish” into “I will”.

Writing is like sailing. Raising the clean, crisp sheet is the easy part. It is waiting for the wind to blow which is the hardest.

It is when one sits in judgement, that I feel most compelled to stand in rebellion.

No matter what I may leave behind in this world, I will always know that I have received more from living than I have given back. There is a debt of joy that I can never repay.

The only way to avoid regret is to never come to a fork in your road.

I am on a path, but it is mine alone. You cannot follow me. You must forge your own road. But I will never be farther than a whisper away.

Reality allows us to see the same truths differently, but it does not allow for seeing completely different truths.


Now get out there and write something!


19 Responses to “Tuesday Tidbits #74”
  1. beth says:

    i love your fork in the road/regret wisdom

  2. All thought provoking but like Beth, I loved the take on forks in the road.

  3. I love all of the. But this

    “It is when one sits in judgement, that I feel most compelled to stand in rebellion.”

  4. Francisco Bravo Cabrera says:

    Brilliant! Reality can be a b- – – – at times but no one can change the course of history. Good tidbits Brad!

  5. Jim Borden says:

    I’m with Beth and Geoff…

    one thought about the waiting for the wind – isn’t that something that is outside the sailor’s control, but isn’t writing under the writer’s control?

  6. petespringerauthor says:

    The first one reflects my own life philosophy.

  7. kristianw84 says:

    “It is when one sits in judgement, that I feel compelled to stand in rebellion.” I need this printed on a shirt! Another 3excellent series if tidbits, my dear!

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