Is that Simple: Writer’s Quote Wednesday

QUOD ERAT DEMONSTRANDUM  This quote is for Silver Threading Writer’s Quote Wednesday Event.  Every week I add my thoughts to a quote. I am sure you will agree that this quote asks me to stop here. Thanks to my buddy blogger JMD398 Behind the Eyes,  for the inspiration for this quote.   

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Losses Happen to Everyone: Writer’s Quote Wednesday

Yesterday was the third anniversary of my younger brother’s passing. Unlike earlier years,  remembrance of his passing felt peaceful. I did not entertain sadness when looking at his beautiful smile in the photo that sits at my desk. I honored his wish of being remembered with happiness.  I felt stronger. This morning I read a message from his teenage […]

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Writer’s Quote Wednesday #9

When a few days ago, when my husband and I shot new street graffiti in Amsterdam, he found this gem. I am using it as my weekly quote, which is authored by Paul Arden,  at his book It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be.  Food for thought?

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Writer’s Quote Wednesday #8

My quote goes to those who feel overwhelmed and breathless, when hearing bad news. News that may have knocked their doors, or of someone they deeply care about. Not again. Not the ones they love. That’s how it feels. A crude reality no one can change. Nor would choose. Old and tried wounds and sorrow reminding them how it feels. Reminding once […]

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Andy Warhol Visits Writer’s Quote Wednesday #7

Worrying too much could be my middle name.  I sometimes take things more seriously than the ones who are also involved in the same issue do. Countless sleepless nights are the best proof that going this way doesn’t pay off. Someone once told me: “A problem you cannot solve, ceases to exist. Relax.” Easily said than done? I learnt […]

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Right-doing or Wrong-doing? Writer’s Quote Wednesday #6

One of the most frustrating conversations, is the one where ideas cannot be discussed, as someone brings a point which is unquestionable, and absolutely right. What is right? What is wrong? That is where normally the conversation ends.  But in a wrong way.

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Writer’s Quote Wednesday #5

I’m joining Silver Threading Writer’s Quote Wednesday Event. This week I bring you a quote from Rachel Stolzman’s book, The Sign for Drowning. I recently read this moving novel, intensely flavored with loss, guilt, grief, resilience and love. It is the story of Anna, a girl who grew up deeply affected by her sister’s death. Her death didn’t unite the family; […]

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