Some inspirational musings for your quarantine

Progress Namibia - Some inspirational musings for your quarantine
27 April 2020

This week I thought I would share some writings and musings by other people which have been giving me some guidance. I hope they do you too.

"The most basic choice we have in life
is whether to expand or contract,
whether to bring our creative expressive energies
out into the world in positive or negative ways.
No matter what our circumstances,
we have the power to choose our directions.

In each of us are heroes;
speak to them
and they will come forth."

We have to live and we have to die;
the rest we make up.

The fewer distorted or limiting beliefs we have, the greater our power of choice. (Unknown)

We are all one and the same, like many drops that return to the ocean. (Unknown)

This is a subtle truth. Whatever you love, you are. (Unknown)

It always seems impossible until it is done. (Nelson Mandela)

Life isn't a matter of milestones, but of moments. (Rose Kennedy)

I love those who can smile in trouble. (Leonardo da Vinci)

Life does not owe you anything because it has already given you everything. (Ralph Marston)

When it hurts, observe. Life is trying to teach you something. (Anita Krizzan)

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. (Albert Einstein)

Life always waits for some crisis to occur before revealing itself at its most brilliant. (Paulo Coelho)

We no longer live life. We consume it. (Vicky Robin)

Bad people don't go to hell, they are already in hell, that is why they act so badly. (Unknown)

Loving people live in a loving world. Hostile people live in a hostile world. Same world. (Wayne Dyer)

Be willing to sacrifice what you think you have today for the life you want tomorrow. (Neil Strauss)

It is love alone that gives worth to all things. (St Teresa of Avila)