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  • Lina Jarrar

    for all the kisses i want to give Cole, for all the recipes i want to try, for all the projects i want to do, for all the gardens i want to grow, for all the places i want to visit, for all the things on my bucket list, for all the people i want to extend God's love to, for all the smiles i want to share, for all the life i want to live. i need at least 52 more years!

  • Lola Sharp

    True story, John Burroughs. True story.

  • Alison Hoagland

    not enough time. So true!

  • Sarah Thornton

    So true. must make time...

  • Hannah Banana

    john Burroughs, not enough time in the day

  • brandy morris

    Not enough time... Pleased to share great pins by @inspiredbycharm. Check out more #inspirational #quotes @

  • Adria Riley

    Well Said and So True.

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we need to be more aware and have compassion. everyone has their struggles that most people don't even know anything about.

There's never enough time. But time is so relative, therefore we must make the most of it. Because when it's time to say goodbye, our life begins once again and then, time is infinite. But it's the time we spend with certain people and things on this planet that make time seem short and never enough.

Tact - if only we could be better at this. Teaching TACT at this level is possible and should be done.

Some people look for a beautiful place, others make a place beautiful. Hazrat Inayat Khan.

Sometimes "real" is our desire for a particular and preferred frame of reference to materialize. Our expectations may cause us to spend years believing the frame will be realized only because we once had it and want it again. Real is when we cease to wait for something to frame up. Waiting =/= Living. ~Zest of Life

Is your glass half full or half empty? Take a look at your attitude Attitude

It's good to keep this in mind each and every day!

worth quoting..."Somedays we could tightrope across Manhattan, and other days we are too weary to clean our teeth. This is Normal. This is Natural."

No joke - when I was single, guys that were rude to the waiter didn't get a second date. No exceptions.

I'm realizing this is true the older I get. Even people you don't like have a story and personal battles you probably know nothing about. It requires less energy to show compassion than to hate.