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C. JoyBell C.
“It is only when you accept how different you all are, that you will be able to see how much the same you all are. Don't expect anybody to be the same as you, then you will see that you are in many ways the same as everybody.”
C. JoyBell C.

“anyone with enough compassion has the power to transform and redirect someone else's troubled life.”
Sampson Davis

“Great wisdom is achieved by being open to the world. The world does not open unless you are willing to be open.”
Alephonsion Deng

Vironika Tugaleva
“The biggest mistake people make when trying to be authentic is just that: they try. They see these role models of what an "authentic" person is supposed to look like or act like, and they try to emulate that.

Authenticity isn't about what things appear to be. It's about allowing things to be what they are. Authenticity is about getting away from hiding, from wearing a mask, from always asking, "How should I act? What should I say? What will people think?" That includes asking, "How should an authentic person act? What would a genuine person say?"

Being authentic isn't about making yourself a certain way. It's not even about finding out what you "really" enjoy as opposed to what other people enjoy, or who you "really" are as opposed to who other people are. Authenticity is allowing your likes, dislikes, personality, appearance, hobbies, and beliefs to be fluid, to change, to evolve as you learn, grow, and experience the world.

At its core, authenticity is the practice of surrendering the tiresome task of keeping up appearances and taking up of the lifetime work of allowing what is already within you to come out while you remove as many internal and external obstacles as possible.

And who knows what will spill out of you if you just allow it to? Who knows what is within you awaiting recognition, awaiting permission to show itself to the world? Even you don’t know—until you try. Or, rather, until you stop trying. Until you become curious.”
Vironika Tugaleva

Goderdzi Chokheli
“იშვიათად თუ ვინმე იტყვის, შემთხვევით გავჩნდი ამ ქვეყანაზეო და თუ იტყვის ვინმე, ისიც ან ძალიან გამწარებული თავის სიცოცხლით, ან ისე, სიტყვის გულისათვის, არც ერთ შემთხვევაში არა სჯერათ და არც უნდათ დაიჯერონ თავიანთი სიცოცხლის შემთხვევითობა, იმიტომ რომ ადამიანი, უპირველეს ყოვლისა სიცოცხლეა, სიკვდილი კი რაღაც სხვა არის, მიუხედავად იმისა, რომ ისიც ადამინთა საკუთრებაა. ადამიანები ყოველთვის ცდილობენ, ვინმეს სიკვდილი, უცხო, შემთხვევით სიკვდილად მონათლონ. ამით, თითქოს, სიკვდილს ბრალს სდებენ. სამართალს მოითხოვენ... საზღვარს უწესებენ და სიცოცხლეს აეზებენ მასზე, ნახე, შენს სამფლობელოში ქურდულად შემოიჭრაო.
დროულ სიკვდილს მშვიდად იღებს კაცი. ასეთ დროს სიმშვიდე, სიბრძნე და მდუმარება ახლავს სიკვდილს.
შემთხვევით, უცხო სიკვდილზე საზარელი კი არაფერია. ეს, რა თქმა უნდა, ისევ და ისევ ცოცხლებისთვის. სიკვდილის მესაკუთრენი კი, უმეტესწილად, ისეთი მშვიდი სახეებით წვანან, მნიშვნელობა აღა აქვს, ვინ რომელი სიკვდილითაა მკვდარი. ორივე სახეობას ისინი, რაღაცნაირ ჰარმონიაში მოჰყავს და ცოცხლათათვის გაუგებარი, არაამქვეყნიური ნეტარების ბეჭდით უსხივოსნებს სახეებს.”
Goderdzi Chokheli, მღვდლის ცოდვა

“Diversity enriches the soul. It is at the very essence of the life experience”
Renae A. Sauter, An Empowered Life: Mind/Body/Spirit Empowerment

Vironika Tugaleva
“Don't let your fear of criticism suffocate your leadership potential. Once you begin to speak your truth, you will discover the people who have been waiting for someone exactly like you. Until you speak up, all you need is the faith that they exist. And I promise you: they do.”
Vironika Tugaleva

“Do never entrust someone, because if you can not keep it to yourself, do not expect that others do the same.”

Colleen Mariotti
“Teetering on the edge of comfortable brings us closer to ourselves and each other.”
Colleen Mariotti, Livology: A Global Guide to a Deliberate Life

“Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above.’
James 1:17
If your vision in life is to become as rich as possible, hoard every penny you make, and indulge your every whim - your vision is not from God. But if your vision is to succeed, use your success to bless others, and fulfil the purposes of God in the earth, your vision is from God.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“Seeing how frustrated the world is today, I have no doubt that we are just one step near to God. Because we are already at the point of "we can't win this battle without him”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“You must love. When you love, you have self control. When you have self control, you have freedom. Freedom leads to intimacy sharing. Remember you are responsible for your own choice, decision and limit.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

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Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“On your way to the promised land are many jebutites, liarlites, thievites, betrayalites, backbiterlites, envylites, jealousites, parasites, unbelieverlites, doubterlites but only determination will take you there.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“ you have a plan for your business? Tell your wife, be honest. If you lock her out of your plan, she will become malfunction.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

Sharon E. Reed
“So often we speak of finding our callings, when often our callings find us. We can choose to honor or ignore them; to fight or embrace them. When we allow love to guide our thoughts, we are open to their gift. When we allow fear to arise and dictate our direction, we deny ourselves and the world the gift of our true selves.”
Sharon E. Reed

“Ladies ....a man does not want peace at home; he needs it. Home is supposed to be a refuge for a man; a hiding place, a cave to hide in, a place he can be away from the world that worked hard on him. You need to go home and study your home and see if it is a place someone can come into. How does it look physically? How does it look psychologically? How does it look emotionally? Study your home. Is it a place a man would love to stay and hide from the world?”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“In a marriage, it is not about how who made the money, it is about how it is distributed.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

Kevin Abdulrahman
“When doubted, double your efforts”
Kevin Abdulrahman, The Book on What Ever You're Into: These Are the 52 Timeless Winning Truths You Need to Know to Have a Chance at Winning

“I'm not feeling sorry cause you let me down,
I'm feeling sorry cause there is no way back.”
Vasso Charalambous

“Ladies, a man doesn't want respect, he needs it. A man does not need love. There is no where it is written that a man needs love. They simply needs respect. A man interprets respect as love.
When a woman tells a man that she loves him, it doesn't mean anything to him, but when a man knows you respects him, that means a whole lot to him.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“The Bible talks about three different kinds of peace. Let’s look at them: 1) Peace with others. ‘As far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone’ (Romans 12:18 NIV 2011 Edition). This is external peace, and it’s necessary for human relationships to flourish. 2) Peace with yourself. ‘Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts’ (Colossians 3:15 NIV 2011 Edition). This is internal peace, a rest of mind and soul that escapes most of us. 3) Peace with God. ‘Therefore, since we have been justified through faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ’ (Romans 5:1 NIV 2011 Edition). This is eternal peace, and it comes from knowing you’ve a right relationship with God. So here’s how it works: when you’re at peace with God you’ll be at peace with yourself, and when you’re at peace with yourself you’ll be at peace with others. That, in a nutshell, is The Process of Peace”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

Vironika Tugaleva
“Compassion and communication are both incredibly important in relationships, but most of us use these at the wrong time. If we communicate, it's only in times of conflict, allowing repressed emotions and unsaid worries form into their worst phrasings. If we show compassion, it's only in good times, when we're feeling good about one another and don't feel triggered or attacked. What if we changed our approach? What if we showed compassion in conflict—taking the time to listen, understand, help each other release pent-up emotions? And what if we communicated in good times—taking the time to talk about patterns we fall into, triggers we both have, and how we can work together to break our cycles? Then, we would stop helplessly dancing the same old tango of mutual misunderstanding. Then, we could work on giving one another room to feel, to love, and to grow.”
Vironika Tugaleva

“Don't expect too much, to avoid disappointed.”
Jervin Balmediano

“If you get stuck, get up, and go ahead.”
Jervin Balmediano

Tere Liye
“...tapi peduli amat dengan semua pendapat mereka. peduli amat dengan harapan-harapan mereka. kamu adalah kamu. jalani kehidupanmu seperti air yang mengalir. jadilah Raib yang dulu selalu riang. lupakan sejenak soal kekuatan dan komentar orang lain."
aku terdiam, menunduk, menatap lantai kantin.
"berhenti membebani dirimu dengan memikirkan pendapat orang lain. kamu dengar, Raib?" Miss Selena berkata tegas.”
Tere Liye, Bintang

C. JoyBell C.
“I always tell my son: "You need to happen to life. Don't be the person that life happens to. Don't let life happen to you; YOU HAPPEN TO LIFE." And it has occured to me that I should be following my own advice.”
C. JoyBell C.

Tahmina Khaleel, Love Eventually

“Life is not about age factoring. It is all about how you factor your age. From Hari Krishnan Nair”
Hari krishnan Nair, WHO AM I

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