a will to persevere

Have a Will to Persevere – Principles Of Growth

The difference between perseverance and obstinacy is that one comes from a strong will, and the other from a strong won’t. ~Henry Beecher Ward
Never Give Up

Never, Never, Never Give Up.

Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up. So, when you're ready to give up, just keep in mind that things can only be bad for so long & then if you are persistent, it will turn around.

Quote of the Day

“Stress in life comes from making things more important than they really are. Failure comes from making things less important than they are.” –...

It’s The Little Things…

We make goals lists, have resolutions for a new year and ideas for big things we can do in our lives that will make all the difference. We can easily become consumed with the massive changes that would be so impressive or the big issues that seem to take most of our focus & daily energy. But it's the little things in life...
words to live by quotes and inspiration

Words To Live By

Quotes can often help to serve as a rock - or an anchor for us, to keep us grounded & focused on a constructive perspective. Here are a handful of great words to live by to help us get through the hard times…

Our Fascination with Quotes

What's the fascination some of us have with quotations? ...People will accept your idea much more readily if you tell them Benjamin Franklin said it first.
happiness depends on what we give

Happiness Depends on What We Give of Ourselves

Our happiness depends on what we give of ourselves to others and having a heart full of gratitude. It's amazing how powerful a simple kind act can be.
Difference Between Fact and Opinions

Healing Power & Lessons Through Physical Trials

Why is it that we seem to learn and grow the most through adversity? Ever notice how personal growth seems to somehow be tied to challenges & trials? It all makes me wonder if God does indeed have a sense of humor, as Albert Einstein had said. Or is it more a matter of the lessons having more value to us if there is some pain or grief involved?