Tuesday Tidbits #149



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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!

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I would rather remember one passionate kiss than to dream of a thousand.


It is not our own life and having lived that defines us. We are defined by how we have touched those living around us.


One person cannot fix everything. So, find your passion and fix what you can.


You cannot measure the spirit of a person. You can only watch what the spirit makes the body do.


Finding the will to be strong can be elusive, but once found it is eternal.


We may not have suffered the same plight in life, but that is unrequired for compassion and understanding.


Finding your Zen is the easiest thing to do. It is the simple act of letting go.


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Now get out there and write something!

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21 Responses to “Tuesday Tidbits #149”
  1. beth says:

    another great set of tid-bits. I especially like the one about compassion and understanding.

  2. kristianw84 says:

    I loved all of these!! You make it impossible for me to choose a favorite. The first and last tidbits spoke the loudest. I completely agree with the first one, but I am not sure I agree with the last. I agree that letting go is required for finding zen, but I would not necessarily call that “easy.” I also really liked the one about compassion and understanding.

    Another great series of tidbits, my dear friend! ❤

  3. Yet again, I find myself wondering if somewhere way back in our family tree, Kristian and I had the same relatives. From reading her blog to reading her thoughts on your posts, we have a LOT of similarities in the ways we think and feel! Humans have an instinct to fill spaces, for example, who would only have a closet half full of clothing? If we ‘let go’ of something, our instinct will tell us to fill the empty space with something else! Doing that continuously sounds far more exhausting than just holding on to what is already there!

  4. Brilliant! The “simple” act of letting go is probably the most difficult act for many, many people… but it is the wise and the healthy thing to do, most certainly. Wonderful thoughts, advice and learning experience my friend.

  5. Just don’t let go of writing!

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