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Monday's special

Posted by Claudia Moser on 11:50 AM in
Another Monday, another topic! I choose control :) You will soon understand why!

So here it goes

If everything seems under control, you're just not going fast enough.
by Mario Andretti (Italian born American Race driver. b.1940)

To get up each morning with the resolve to be happy... is to set our own conditions to the events of each day. To do this is to condition circumstances instead of being conditioned by them.
by Ralph Waldo Trine

You can not always control circumstances, but you can control your own thoughts.
by Charles Popplestown

My favourites:

To approach the stranger is to invite the unexpected, release a new force, let the genie out of the bottle. It is to start a new train of events that is beyond your control...
by T. S. Elliot

He who controls the present, controls the past. He who controls the past, controls the future.
by George Orwell

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12 Comments


Control is an issue I am constantly working on, Claudia. Thanks for these inspiring quotes.
Karen


@Karen - how come? Always welcome!


Good quote. Good blog.


@Ana - thank you!


I believe that we CAN, like the quote, resolve to be happy, and I try every day!

Pearl


So true Pearl!


I especially like Ralph Waldo Trine's quote.


Good choice Barb!


Some good quotes there to start our week with, Claudia. I really liked the second one best.


Diane you and Barb chose the same :)


I really enjoyed seeing this simple word become so much more meaningful. The quote my George Orwell is perfect!

P.S. Thanks for the comment on the macarons :) It made about 30 wafers (or 15 cookies). Good luck!

<3 kris&kel
www.krisandkel.com


@Kris&Kel - thank you! I will let you know how the macarons went! Next weekend's project!

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