Quotes About Choosing

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Shannon L. Alder
You Chose

You chose.
You chose.
You chose.

You chose to give away your love.
You chose to have a broken heart.
You chose to give up.
You chose to hang on.

You chose to react.
You chose to feel insecure.
You chose to feel anger.
You chose to fight back.
You chose to have hope.

You chose to be naïve.
You chose to ignore your intuition.
You chose to ignore advice.
You chose to look the other way.
You chose to not listen.
You chose to be stuck in the past.

You chose your perspective.
You chose to blame.
You chose to be right.
You chose your pride.
You chose your games.
You chose your ego.
You chose your paranoia.
You chose to compete.
You chose your enemies.
You chose your consequences.

You chose.
You chose.
You chose.
You chose.

However, you are not alone. Generations of women in your family have chosen. Women around the world have chosen. We all have chosen at one time in our lives. We stand behind you now screaming:

Choose to let go.
Choose dignity.
Choose to forgive yourself.
Choose to forgive others.
Choose to see your value.
Choose to show the world you’re not a victim.
Choose to make us proud.”
Shannon L. Alder

Deepak Chopra
“When you make a choice, you change the future.”
Deepak Chopra

“Be as careful of the books you read, as of the company you keep; for your habits and character will be as much influenced by the former as the latter.”
Paxton Hood

“You can't make yourself feel positive, but you can choose how to act, and if you choose right, it builds your confidence.”
Julien Smith, The Flinch

Shannon L. Alder
“The most important quality in the man you decide to marry should be the ability to make you laugh. Beauty fades, careers end, money comes and goes, religions change, children grow up and move away, spouses get sick, struggles happen, family members die, senility sets in when your older, but the ability to make you giggle every day is the most precious gift God can give you to get through all of it.”
Shannon L. Alder, 300 Questions LDS Couples Should Ask Before Marriage

Shannon L. Alder
“If two people truly have feelings for one another then they don’t have an affair. They get a divorce and they sort out their feelings. You are accountable for the people you hold hostage in a marriage when your mind and heart refuse to fully commit to them.”
Shannon L. Alder

The job facing American voters… in the days and years to come is to determine
“The job facing American voters… in the days and years to come is to determine which hearts, minds and souls command those qualities best suited to unify a country rather than further divide it, to heal the wounds of a nation as opposed to aggravate its injuries, and to secure for the next generation a legacy of choices based on informed awareness rather than one of reactions based on unknowing fear.”
Aberjhani, Illuminated Corners: Collected Essays and Articles Volume I.

Shannon L. Alder
“I think timing is better left up to God to decide then religious leaders. I once met a man that brought his wife flowers in the hospital. They held hands, kissed and were as affectionate as any cute couple could be. They were both in their eighties. I asked them how long they were married. I expected them to tell me fifty years or longer. To my surprise, they said only five years. He then began to explain to me that he was married thirty years to someone that didn’t love him, and then he remarried a second time only to have his second wife die of cancer, two years later. I looked at my patient (his wife) sitting in the wheelchair next to him smiling. She added that she had been widowed two times. Both of her marriages lasted fifteen years. I was curious, so I asked them why they would even bother pursuing love again at their age. He looked at me with astonishment and said, “Do you really think that you stop looking for a soulmate at our age? Do you honestly believe that God would stop caring about how much I needed it still, just because I am nearing the end of my life? No, he left the best for last. I have lived through hell, but if I only get five years of happiness with this woman then it was worth the years of struggle I have been through.”
Shannon L. Alder

Steve Goodier
“Your power to choose can never be taken from you. It can be neglected and it can be ignored. But if used, it can make all the difference.”
Steve Goodier

John Ciardi
“He had his choice, and he liked the worst.”
John Ciardi, The Monster Den: or Look What Happened at My House — and to It

Israelmore Ayivor
“Congratulate yourself as a good beginner. Feel proud of God for choosing you to begin the work at hand. Accept the work freely and get started. Be grateful.”
Israelmore Ayivor, Shaping the dream

Ryan Lilly
“Life is a web of intersections and choices. Your 1st choice is to recognize an intersection. Your 2nd choice is to be grateful for it.”
Ryan Lilly

C.M. Stunich
“Sometimes you don't get to choose your partner. Life chooses it for you.”
C.M. Stunich, Needing Me, Wanting You

Shannon L. Alder
“Do you want to be in your own story or on the outside writing about it? Everyone battles fear and uncertainty every day. However, the only failure in life is believing that your value relies on other people's approval or resources. The reality is this: When you are living your authentic self and not how people want you to act, then you are free to use the full spectrum of your creativity and gifts. People don't need resources to get out of any life situation. They need creativity to create resources. When you realize that, becoming stuck is impossible.”
Shannon L. Alder

J.R. Rim
“It's not about making the right choice.
It's about making a choice and making it right.”
J.R. Rim, Better to be able to love than to be loveable

Israelmore Ayivor
“If I am to choose between integrity and wealth, I will go for integrity because I believe that lack of integrity is the first killer of wealthiest dreams!”
Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes

Marilyn Barnicke Belleghem
“I am choosing to flow with the current of life rather than lying in a tide pool experiencing the same things again and again.”
Marilyn Barnicke Belleghem

Malti Bhojwani
“When we say ‘Yes’ to something we are always saying
‘No’ to something else. So in that way, we never ‘don’t do’ anything. We are just doing something else.”
Malti Bhojwani, Don't Think Of a Blue Ball

Richelle E. Goodrich
“It turns out the simplest choices have been far more important in the long run than I ever imagined.”
Richelle E. Goodrich

Celia Mcmahon
“And you shouldn't choose to care about someone. There shouldn't be a time and a place for it. Either you do or you don't. Don't try.” He looks off. “There can be falseness in trying to do something that should come naturally to people.”
Celia Mcmahon, Skye

“Freedom. Sometimes it isn't what you thought it was when you wanted it to start with. When you can do anything you want, choosing's not easy.”
Lesley Howarth, MapHead: No.2

J.R. Rim
“It's not about making the right choice. It's about making a choice and making it right.”
J.R. Rim, Better to be able to love than to be loveable

Sheena Iyengar
“One could even argue that we have a duty to create and pass on stories about choice because once a person knows such stories, they can’t be taken away from him. He may lose his possessions, his home, his loved ones, but if he holds on to a story about choice, he retains the ability to practice choice.”
Sheena Iyengar, The Art of Choosing

Scott Perkins
“Why choose the lesser evil anyway, when the greater evil is usually higher quality and will last longer before it breaks?”
Scott Perkins, Howard Carter Saves the World

Anthony Liccione
“Nothing won't change, until the choice is placed first. And until when choice is given a chance.”
Anthony Liccione

“we often fall because, not knowing how to walk, but not knowing which way to choose.”

“choose your time to suffer”
jose enicnas

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