The Winding Road
A PREVIEW OF WHAT IS TO COME...
Where does the winding road of life lead? That is a question that I ask myself as I go along this weaving path of daily life. I think certainly it leads me, as well as, others to the final destination of our heavenly home; but it also allows us to see the beauty and magnificence of the world in which we live. That being said, I would like to share with you some thoughts. The next book I plan to write will be entitled, "What A Mother Says", as my son, Kevin,has so aptly named the book. It will be a book in the format of quotes from the heart of this mother. The birth of thought for this book came to me from my son, Kevin. He had said to me that all the little sayings I have quoted to him and his brother and others over the years would be great reading material for others, and so it goes the beginning of the book to come in the future.
May the quotes I am sharing here bless you as you go from day to day. These too will give you some idea of what I plan to share in my next book. I have written thousands of quotes that have come to me as I have traveled this winding road of life.
Keeping your focus is a game-plan for sucess.
God owns the garden, but He gave me a hoe.
Beautiful is the way of the kind spirit.
Where a mother's love abides, angels find reasons to linger.
Patience and understanding are the fertilizer of love.
A light truly never goes out, it just shines in a different galaxy.
The mustard seed of today may become the flourishing plant of your life tomorrow.
Never regret yesterday because it is only preparation for the tomorrows of your life.
Character shines forth when there is difficulty or loss.
Give your children diamonds and granite because they need to know the meaning of both.
To find the winner in yourself first you must know what you have to lose.
The life you lead will be determined by your value of time.
If when life is over, be sure that you realize that temporal and spiritual money are of different currencies.
A kind manner is the only one to have in an unkind matter.
Life is a detour to our final destination.
Honor and success come to those who work hard, live well, and speak truth.
A sunny soul brings the dullest day alive.
A winner finds that success lies in sacrifice, obedience, and perseverance.
The best time to be considerate is now.
Detours sometimes bring the sweetest surprises.
Detours sometimes are just re-routing of the soul.
Bridges burned leave no way sometimes to reach the other side.
Any word spoken in kindness is never wasted.
Where there is opportunity, remember that every detour led you to the opportunity you see.
Listen not to negativity, its language is impure.
It often is in the small things where we discover the BIG hearts and the generosity of others.
How you respond reveals the true self.
Beauty that is on the other side of the mountain awaits you after you have crossed the hurdle before you.
You can overcome a mountain of problems with a tunnel of faith.
Silence is sometimes the best manager of your soul.
Kindness is sometimes a condition of the soul.
Angels bear the burdens of those who have no wings.
May each word bless you as you go from day to day. May each one come to you in moments that you need them the most. Blessings now and always to all.
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June 20, 2006
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