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Q is for Quote

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Q is for Quote

People have important things to say.  I love listening to others’ words for the gem of an idea, the jewel that perfectly expresses an emotion.  That’s why I wrote Quotes for Creative Minds, a collection of my favorite quotes from celebrities great and small.  Here’s a few of my faves:

It is a known condition that when you begin to pay attention to something you’ve never really looked at before, you will begin to see it everywhere.  You eventually begin to feel as if the thing is out to find you, instead of the other way around.   –Keri Smith

When anyone becomes an authority, that is the end of him as far as development is concerned. (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1948)

Education, of course, is always based on what was. Education shows you what has been and leaves you to make the deduction as to what may be. Education as we pursue it cannot prophesy, and does not. (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1955)

“I don’t have space in my head to put up with harmless old gits trying to make me feel bad,” said Amina, folding her arms.  “I’ve learned to tell the difference between the people who can really hurt you and those who just want to look down their noses.” – Helen Simonson, Major Pettigrew’ Last Stand

“Only sometimes when we pick and choose among the rules we discover later that we have set aside something precious in the process.” – Helen Simonson, Major Pettigrew’ Last Stand

“Life does often get in the way of one’s reading.” – Helen Simonson, Major Pettigrew’ Last Stand

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