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  • Kathryn Czajkowski

    Words of wisdom to live by...

  • Jenn Sato

    Say thank you. Bitter and sweet. Life. quote Shauna Niequist

  • ZenQ

    When life is sweet, say thank you and celebrate. And when life is bitter, say thank you and grow. Shauna Niequist http://zenq.co #gratitude #saythankyou #growth #personaldevelopment

  • Ashley McIntyre

    When life is sweet, say thank you and celebrate. And when life is bitter, say thank you and grow. - Shauna Niequist <---so living this right now!!!

  • Clay Canada

    Be Thankful! #motivation #life #lesson #celebrate #grow

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ee cummings. It's TRUE. It takes courage to be vulnerable, to be honest, to be true to yourself. It takes courage to grow older, to take responsibility for your own choices, to lead your own life. Have faith in you.

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Fear is natural, fear is good- it means you're growing.

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