Liberation Alley

 

 

WHY YOU INCARNATED AGAIN:  What conversations or encounters or exchanges have dumped profound life lessons on your head where the message sunk into your noggin’ — those seminal moments which have genuinely changed your life?  List them, and keep them at hand — to remember, to revitalize, to keep you on the path of appreciation and rectification.

 

 

 

 

#1 You can blame your parents for who you are, but you can only blame yourself if you stay that way.

#13 From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked. — from Luke 12:48

#42 “If it mattered to him, he’d do something about it.” — A person will act upon that which matters to the person.

#50 “More tears are shed over answered prayers than unanswered prayers.”  Saint Teresa of Avila

#57 Something is not necessarily better than nothing.

#64 You can’t want something for somebody more than that somebody wants that something for oneself.

#95 Don’t limit yourself, limit your potential, by studying that which you already know.

#96 It’s what you don’t know that you need to be concerned about.

#128 Talk is cheap.  But for most people, the work is just too hard.  Turns out, most people just don’t wanna work much at all let alone hard.

#150 Is this good enough VERSUS Is this the best I can do

#199 No good deed goes unpunished. — Oscar Wilde

#207 That which is inevitable is invariably predictable. — 33GL

#286 Ya gotta do the work.  But for most people, the work is just too hard.  Turns out, most people just don’t wanna work much at all let alone hard.

#300 Ya can’t fix stupid.

#313 Are you yapping about want or need?

#329 Immer wenn Du meinst, es geht nicht mehr, kommt von irgendwo ein Lichtlein her.  Translated from the German:  Always when you believe you can’t go on, there comes from somewhere a light.

#361 When people show you who they are, believe them. — Maya Angelou

#365 A fly is as likely to land on shit as it is on pie. — related by Carrie Fisher

 

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