Quote of the day: 8/6/15

Hate is too great a burden to bear. It injures the hater more than it injures the hated.--Coretta Scott King Hating someone and carrying the weight and burden of such feelings can become paralyzing. It can paralyze the hater as it consumes the mind and soul. Hating someone places the hater in a position of … Continue reading Quote of the day: 8/6/15

Quote of the day: 5/6/15

"[O]ne must learn first how liberating anger feels, then how intoxicating, then how damaging, and in each of these stages, the reason for these feelings must be admitted and accurately described" (149) David Maura I found this just now while reading "David and Me" by Harriet Malinowitz and thought this would be a wonderful quote. In … Continue reading Quote of the day: 5/6/15

Word of the day: 1/27/15

Word: Panacea You pronounce it: [pan-uh-see-uh] Definition: noun 1. a remedy for all disease or ills; cure-all. 2. an answer or solution for all problems or difficulties: "His economic philosophy is a good one, but he tries to use it as a panacea." I found it while going through some of my Ernest Hemingway quote collections : The first … Continue reading Word of the day: 1/27/15

Quote of the day: 1/10/2015

"Our doubts are traitors, And make us lose the good we oft might win. By fearing to attempt." -- William Shakespeare Doubt is a natural reoccurring thought and feeling within us. We are, after all, emotionally driven beings. These natural thoughts and feelings are what make us human. Shakespeare states that these thoughts and feelings … Continue reading Quote of the day: 1/10/2015