Whats your favorite montra or saying? - page 5

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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


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    “So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable.”
    Christopher Reeve

    T
    his has applied to me in so many ways.
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    I will keep a deliberate pace. Let the damn breeze dry my face! - Fiona Apple
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    Our class song and saying is "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger".

    We are also fond of the Hunger Games catchphrase: "May the odds be ever in your favor!" Lolz! We're a class full of nuts.
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    "There is no such thing as a stupid question...only stupid people asking questions."

    Lol!
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    Such a good thread

    My grandmother use to always say

    "God, don't move the mountain but give me the strength to climb it"
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    Also...

    "A lie will fly but the truth will stand still"
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    Quote from Staragate
    “So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable.”
    Christopher Reeve

    T
    his has applied to me in so many ways.
    Like this.
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    As one of my high school teacher always said: "Just because you can, doesn't mean you SHOULD"
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    mine is:

    Ay! Dios mio! -sigh-
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    Quote from GodIs082010
    Also...

    "A lie will fly but the truth will stand still"

    "A lie can make it around the world before the truth has time to put its boots on."
    Attributed to Twain as "a lie will fly around the whole world while the truth is getting its boots on", Standard player monthly, 1918, Volumes 3-4, Standard Pneumatic Action Co. An uncredited variant, "A lie will cover leagues while truth is putting on its boots", appears in The Judge, Volume 67, 1914, Judge Publishing Company. The oldest known attribution (1831) is to Fisher Ames: “falsehood proceeds from Maine to Georgia, while truth is pulling on his boots.” This has also been attributed to Winston Churchill.
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