Whats your favorite montra or saying? - page 3
What keeps you going? I carry a copy of the little engine that could in my back pack. I think I can, I think I can Another I like Just keep swimming , swimming What are yours?... Read More
Jan 23, '13 by missdirection928, BSNThe Jedi Mantra
Emotion, yet peace
Ignorance, yet knowledge
Passion, yet serenity
Chaos, yet harmony
Death, yet the Force
*I'm a big geek*
"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind." Dr. Seuss
Jan 23, '13 by amberic199Quote from KimynurseI'm always telling myself, "Fake it til you make it!"What keeps you going?
I carry a copy of the little engine that could in my back pack.
I think I can, I think I can
Another I like
Just keep swimming , swimming
What are yours?
If that is too small to read, one of my favorite mantras is
"ATTITUDE IS 90% of EVERYTHING!!"
Others favorites include great quotes about perservance.
I personally believe, more than anything else,
our own attitude, and our perseverance, matter most.
Jan 23, '13 by tyvin, BSN"I'm surrounded by morons!"
To get serious:
"You must be the change you wish to see in the world" (Gandhi)
wow, i just now stopped and read all the others,
WHAT A GREAT THREAD!! Thank you to the OP for starting this one!! whooooot!!!
OH, another one, i like, goes something like, "we rarely succeed at things we don't have fun doing."
okay, maybe not so applicable to nursing, but, pursuing fun
Jan 23, '13 by Nevada_RNBe a duck. (As in, let it roll off your back.)Last edit by Nevada_RN on Jan 23, '13 : Reason: Removal of uncouth phrase.
Jan 23, '13 by LauraashMine is God never gives you more than you can handle.
This is and all things are possible through him....... These have both proven true over and over again recently as God smacked me in my face to go back and finish school and keeps somehow making things work, days by day. Even when IM sure it's not going to. Everyday it does.
Jan 23, '13 by nurseprnRN"It'll get better."
(I am now very pleased to hear my grandchildren hearing that from their parents )
Jan 23, '13 by SoidaMine is simple, and has helped me through my whole life:
It could be worse.
I know it's simple, but it works.
Jan 23, '13 by Bubbly26, CNAMy favorite saying comes from my old high school science teacher:
"You can either sink or swim. No one is going to jump in and save you."
My mantra: "There are no mistakes. This is all just a part of a journey that is not yet complete."