How do I choose the quotes I’m using in my post?
My first source for my quotes is the internet. I like to search for quotes that goes along with what I’m talking about.
I choose quotes for what they say. I don’t care much about who said it.
For me, a good quote should be less than 25 words long and should be easy to understand. In my opinion, if you can’t resume your reflection in less than 25 words, it means that it still need to be worked on.
“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.”
– Albert Einstein
When I don’t find anything good to put in my text, I don’t put any. I want the quotes to support my post.
I would like someday to create a web site where any member would have the opportunity to propose a reflection. It would not be about being famous, but about good reflection. Those quotes would be available online for free with the author associated with it.
Freedom is on the other side of fear.
Do you believe you are free?
If you fear that you will lose what you have, then you are not free.
You are free when you take action on your dream. You do that without any fear to lose what you already have.
We are all interconnected. Nothing is ours. Everything is ours.
You have nothing to lose because everything is yours.
“To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong.”
– Joseph Chilton Pearce
You can create your dream. You can do good things in this world.
Step over the fear barrier and be free.