“Believe you can and your’e halfway there.” – Theodore Roosevelt.
“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.” – Robert Louis Stevenson.
“There is peace even in the storm.” – Vincent Van Gogh.
“Being able to smell the fresh air and disconnect from the news and your phone – there’s nothing like it.” – Jason Ward.
“Reflect upon your present blessings – of which every man has many – not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.” – Charles Dickens.
“There is something about winter, when frigid air vacuums bits of breath from the lungs, wind gusts pummel against the body to leave behind wind-burned cheeks, chapped noses and icy eyelashes, alongside trees creaks and groans and leaves rattle, that unearths childhood awe and excitement buried within adult hearts.” – Lisa Mackinder.
“Thank goodness for the first snow, it was a reminder – that no matter how old you became and how much you’d seen, things could still be new if you were willing to believe they still mattered.” – Candace Bushnell.
“Concentrate on counting your blessings and you’ll have little time to count anything else.” – Woodrow Kroll.
“Here I sit beneath a tree. Heartbeat calm. Soul hums free.” – Angie Weiland-Crosby.
“Although your former state was ordinary, your future will be extraordinary.” – Job 8:7