So short yet deep. Teach them through example Sarah.
Thank you! I'm trying :)
Nice. Very inspiring. Brandon Ax: Writer's Storm
How indeed! Loved this :D
A wonderful thought for the day. Looking forward to reading more.
Thanks for stopping by!
Stopping by from the A-Z and a new follower. Like you, I've had the writing dream most of my life. But more important to me than being a big writing success story was doing the best job possible raising my kids. We inspire through our attitudes and actions every bit as much as we do through our words. Nice to meet you!Stop by and meet me at wordsworldandwings.blogspot.com
Thank you for following! Attitude and actions are so important.
Hold on to your dreams!
Thanks! I'll try!
Like Langston Hughes said:DreamsHold fast to dreamsFor if dreams dieLife is a broken-winged birdThat cannot fly.Hold fast to dreamsFor when dreams goLife is a barren fieldFrozen with snow.
Love it! Thanks for sharing.
Life lesson #1,294,379: Your kids may deny how much you inspire/influence them... but you do. And parents who aspire to their dreams, and work hard to make their dreams come true, tend to end up with kids who want to do the same. I've seen it in others, and I can only hope it holds true for my own. :)
I hope it holds true for mine too :)
Love that. I hope my kids know to dream and that I never knock those dreams down.
Excellent. Simple and pure and 100% fantastic.
Says so much in so little. "Rather strive than be." Had to think a bit about that one. Guess I'd rather strive than be, or remain, in one place without growing.
Yup, that is what I was eluding to. So many people seem content to stay stagnant, even if they don't like it there. Its sad. Thanks for visiting :)
So true! :)Just stopping by from the A-Z list, good luck with the rest of the challenge x
So true! I did the same post--to dream.
I love the inspiring tidbit!
I love that you were able to be so inspiring in so few words. Sometimes saying less gets right to the heart of the matter!Random Musings from the KristenHead — D is for 'Defiance' (and Dogs)