|Hope you enjoy the following quotes written by Ingrid E. Cummings
"The class always comes alive to realize that everything and I mean
everything in this world can be fascinating if you sprinkle just a little
curiousity dust on it."
"It's essentail that each individual discovers
his or her own unique gift (or ichor, as the Greeks called it) and then
expresses it wholeheartedly."
"Even if some of the activities you choose appear to be unrelated to
your calling as a reading teacher, such as practising tai chi or studying
biophysics or learning to play the cello, they will encourage you to see
familiar things in distinctive ways."
"Way leads to way, it is said and that sums up how one thing leads to
another, especially when your life if full of enriching content."
"Feeling centered about who you are and what you're here on earth to
do, that's the real work of life."
"Our daily job is to regain today what yesterday tore away from us,
to regain the feeling of being a swan."
"An overachiever is someone who performs better
than expected, not because of innate ability or talent, but rather due
to determination and hard work."
"If all you do your whole life is play to your strengths, you risk cutting
a groove that becomes a rut."
"Stay focused on goals, not busy work."
"Your goals are what will advance you in life, whereas your tasks are
what will eat up your life."
"Without doubt there are tradeoffs involved, let's not be naive, but
you don't want to do nothing simply because you're afraid that doing more
than one thing isn't possible."
"The reason that mind-body combinations are so powerful is that physical
activities release the brain from its grip on your conscious mind, and
this can be a great relief, a welcome respite from having to be relentlessly
"It seems that working out builds more that
just muscles. Scientists theorize that exercise improves memory by
ramping up the creation of new brain cells. The more phyically fit
you are, the better you'll perform on word-memory tasks."
"Researchers have long known that people who have physically active
and intellectually challenging lives are less likely to develop dementia
than those who do not. Fighting mental malnutrition by cross-training
your brain is itself protective."
"During exercise, you'll remember things you didn't realize had slipped
"The minute you realize you can have what you want in this life, you
run smack into the paralysis of freedom."
"The road to richly satisfying experiences usually passes through the terrain of discomfort, everyone wants satisfaction, but not everyong is bulldog enough to persist through the struggle phase."
Written by Ingrid E. Cummings
More Motivational Quotes:
No matter how successful you may be, if you hate the process and have not stopped to enjoy yourself along the way, your accomplishment has surely been lacking.
Make a vow to yourself to make the journey to experience the freedom that can only be found with standing tall and living healthy emotionally. In other words, live life like it matters.
Always continue the climb. It is possible for you to do whatever you choose, if you first get to know who you are and are willing to work with a power that is greater than ourselves to do it.
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