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300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It's Too Late 300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It's Too Late by Shannon L. Alder
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“Anger, resentment and jealousy doesn't change the heart of others-- it only changes yours.”
Shannon Alder, 300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It's Too Late
“It is the apathetic person that sees the cause while the charitable person sees the need.”
Shannon L. Alder, 300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It's Too Late
“It is not what you leave to your children that matters, but what you leave in them.”
Shannon L. Alder, 300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It's Too Late
“All death reminds us that nothing is promised, only that life was worth it.”
Shannon Alder, 300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It's Too Late
“Passion is not a reaction to an external event. It is the left over emotions from the internal battles you have won that propels you forward.”
Shannon Alder, 300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It's Too Late
“Every person that has lived with purpose has at one time or another answered these questions: Do you remember who you were before the world, and it's evil stole your hope? Do you remember who you wanted to be before a religion, culture or organization told you to be something you were not? Do you remember what your dream was before they told you that it was unachievable? Do you remember the moments God kept taking you back to the one thing you were best at (but you kept denying it)? Do you remember the moments He handed you the opportunity and you walked away, instead? Do you remember the moments He kept closing the doors on the one thing you wanted because it wouldn't help you? Do you remember it was all going to be okay if you simply believed, but you gave up? For every bad moment, we blamed others, kept score, got even and forgot to live. When you remember your "true self", then you can begin to walk forward once again down the road to discovery, childhood dreams and your life purpose. (Writer's Conference, 2012)”
Shannon L. Alder, 300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It's Too Late
“The purpose of any charity is simply to turn people's mirrors into windows. An outward view of the world's needs are vast in comparison to an inward one.”
Shannon L. Alder, 300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It's Too Late
“God helps everything come to pass. However, he reminds us that nothing comes to stay.”
Shannon L. Alder, 300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It's Too Late