I coined this quote a few years ago and I refer to it regularly. I find it balances me on both ends of the spectrum.
It reminds me that I can’t achieve everything today. That relieves the stress of unrealistic expectations for any single day. On the side, it reminds me that I’m on a long journey with many milestones, many opportunities to achieve anything I want to achieve. It gives ,e the confidence to know that I have the time and the space and the right to pick things up again tomorrow.
Ben Franklin famously said, “Small strokes fell great oaks.” This quote is that vein. Keep at it whatever goal your chasing. Make a little progress each day and soon you’ll be standing in the winners’ circle.
Wherever you are on your journey today, I believe in you.
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Good Saturday, dear reader. There’s no bigger myth out there than that we don’t have choices about how to see and interact with the world around us.
We most certainly do. These quotes may seem diverse, but they share this in common. They remind us to see the world through compassionate and inclusive eyes and ourselves as positive vehicles of change,
Working together, we can create a better world for ourselves and everyone else.
Happy Wednesday, my friends. This morning I’m sharing another #RayQuote. I coined this one about 15 years ago. It seems to resonate, as it’s proliferated on Twitter, found its way into t-shirts and into at least one book; not to mention various quotes sites.
It’s a play on the famous aphorism, “Feed a cold. Starve a fever.”
What I love about it is it’s a simple reminder, with every choice we make today, to choose our dreams over our doubts.
A dream fed is a dream sped. Often we feed our doubts rather than our dreams. Remember to feed your dreams today.
Wherever you are on your journey today, you are awesome!