Monday, March 30, 2015

Quote of the Week

Yesterday's future is tomorrow's past. - unknown


Time is always marching forward. Today is both your past and your future. Use it to make a memorable past and a hopeful future.




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10 comments:

  1. Oh wow..... WOW! The thought of tomorrow being both a past and future... that is an amazing idea to ponder. To start a day thinking, "This will be my future, let's make it a good one..." That is such a healthy way to get the day going!

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    1. Thanks Katherine. It just goes to show how important Today is.

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  2. Hi Linda - so so true ... don't leave things for tomorrow, do them today and pave your way to a happy, settled, balanced future .. cheers Hilary

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    1. Yes indeed, Hilary. It's sort of like the old "today is the first day of the rest of your life" saying.

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  3. Yes, we have today and let's hope it's magnificent! Hope all is well, Linda. Missed reading your blog. Glad to be back. :)

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    1. Welcome back, Kim. I hope you had an enjoyable break.

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  4. This is a bit mind-blowing, but an excellent quote. I also like the picture. It's interesting how the color moved from light to darker. It fits the quote, at least to me.

    I hope all is well with you!

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    1. Hi Sara! This quote packs a lot into a few words. The past, present and future are always connected in all ways.

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  5. Thank you, Linda. Such a powerful quote! It puts everything into perspective, doesn't it? I've only ever embroidered one sampler in my life, but it makes me suspect I don't give my teenage hippy self enough credit; it said "Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday." I love how you used a bird to illustrate the quote. Birds just get on with things and don't waste a precious moment of life worrying about the past or the present; they live, sing, eat, breed and die - and we're all blessed because they do.

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    1. Janice, I like the saying on sampler. That's another way of expressing the quote. All nature's creatures are blessings!

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