Greetings Dear Constant Reader! It's Knock-Knock Monday #7! Enjoy a few corny knock-knock jokes and learn about one of my favorite self-cultivation websites.
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Until next week,
Paula Grant-LeClaire, Quotations Editor
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This week's Quote A Day:
"The greatest difference between childhood and adulthood is that we come to like our work more than our play. Our work becomes to us, if not the chief pleasure, at least the chief interest of our lives, and even when it is not, an essential condition of our happiness. Few lives produce so little happiness as those that are aimless and unoccupied. Apart from all considerations of right and wrong, one of the first conditions of a happy life is that it should be a full and busy one, directed to the attainment of aims outside ourselves."
~ William Edward Hartpole-Lecky
"You owe it to the world to get on with what you're good at!"
~ W. H. Auden
"In our lives sooner or later we are called to particular paths. Each of us has a uniqueness that asks to be lived. There are inner voices and callings that we experience and we have to somehow gather the courage to answer what calls."
~ Seabury Gould
"Most people die before they are fully born. Creativeness means to be born before one dies."
~ Erich Fromm
"Never continue in a job you don't enjoy. If you're happy in what you're doing, you'll like yourself, you'll have inner peace. And if you have that, along with physical health, you will have had more success than you could possibly have imagined."
~ Johnny Carson
"You have all heard that you should learn from your mistakes. But I think it's far more important to learn from your successes, to analyze them and soak in their structures: What went right, what went your way, and why? You see, if you learn only from your mistakes, then you become inclined to learn only errors."
~ Norman Vincent Peale
"Remember to always be yourself. Unless you suck. Then don't be yourself, be someone else who does not suck."
~ Joss Whedon
Have a GREAT Week :)