Guest Author - Jon Snyder
What are quotations and why do we read them? Why do some have more meaning to us than others? Well, I’m glad you asked, because the quotation newsletter will keep you up to date on all the new articles and information about quotations and why and how they affect our lives. Quotations are statements made by others about subjects they were thinking about at the time. They may be serious, funny, educational, thought provoking, or make no sense at all to anyone but the one who uttered it. But nonetheless, it can be quoted.
Since quotes are words spoken or written by anyone, there are literally millions of them already recorded and millions still yet to be recorded. The trick of course is to decide which ones can be of value to you personally. One of the best places to see quotes that may inspire you in some way or another is by subscribing to the Quotations Newsletter.
Each week it will keep you up to date on what’s going on in the world of quotations . . . or at least give you new insight and new words to ponder at your leisure. We will never reveal or sell your email address or spam you.
You are one step away from access to hundreds of quotes and words of wisdom. Some you may have heard before but many you have not. Even the ones you’ve heard before can stir thoughts of your past, present and future. Inspiration is a terrible thing to waste.
Recent articles include:
The Important Things in Life
Taking Responsibility for Our Lives!
Being All You Can Be
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Each article is based on what I call Quotes & Notes. Quotes can make us think or stir memories, or instill in us life lessons. They activate our senses, which often results in tucking away a tidbit or two of information for future use. Behind every quote is a story. We try bringing that story to life in a way that you may be able to somehow apply to your life in a positive way. You may have heard the quote before but this time, for some reason, it has a deeper meaning to you. You have that ‘aha’ moment that never materialized before. But this time, you were in a different season of your life and this time it meant something to you. Quotes are like that. Someone else said it – but you gain from it.
Who knows; after reading the Newsletter and reading the articles on the Quotation Site, you may make a few quotes of your own. Go ahead, the world is waiting.
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Margaret Mead — 'Never believe that a few caring people can't change the world. For indeed that's all who ever have.'
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