Remember, the only thing to fear is Fear, and – well, don’t even fear Fear, for he’s a cowardly chap at the best, who will run if you show a brave front.
Never settle up for something that is lesser than what you expected.
Always our action counts for our success, not our time.
Life seems to be a process of replacing one anxiety with another and substituting one desire for another–which is not to say that we should never strive to overcome any of our anxieties or fulfil any of our desires, but rather to suggest that we should perhaps build into our strivings an awareness of the way our goals promise us a respite and a resolution that they cannot, by definition, deliver.
Our body is the vehicle that we are given for our journey and if we do not take care of it, we will find ourselves broken down on the side of the road facing costly and time-consuming repairs.
You can capture this body of mine, take away my freedom and enslave me.
You may even have the power to capture my soul and sentence me to the realm of eternal darkness.
But my dreams you cannot touch. They are my willthe very essence of who I am.
In them I laugh.
In them I cry.
In them I love.
And in them…..I live.
My dreams are untouchable and unceasing.
I can see clearly my visions.
Keep a clear picture of your goals in mind.
The power of imagination is unlimited.
If others benefit through you getting what you desire most,
it will have a positive impact on the world and only then will every atom of your being work with the universe to help it come into fruition.
The difference between superlative pie and a wish for cake is crust. Understand that pie is a generous but self-centered substance. It likes attention, not affection. Do not hug your crust. Do not rub its back or five its high. Don’t fuss with refrigerators every step oft he way. Keep the water and butter cold, and remember what a wise baker once said: The goal is pie.