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My Favorite Quotes🌻✒

Hello, amazing people!🙂👋

The Ink Warrior from Happier You❤ this side. I hope you all are doing well and keeping safe. 🙃

In case you didn’t know, I absolutely love reading and writing quotes! And, why won’t I? They are phrases/ sentences that sometimes speak even more than essays! You can call me A quotes junkie. 😆

Today, I’ll share some of my top favorites with you and explain what they mean to me. Credits to Bekah for this brilliant idea. 😄 Some of them are by other authors/orators and some are self written.📝 LET’S GET STARTED!

•”A life, if well lived, is long enough.”
-Lucius Annaeus Seneca

I always wondered if longevity alone was a blessing and this quote gave me the much required perspective. It is a reminder to live every moment with unbridled energy because it’s the amount of life in the moment not the number of moments in life.✨

“Truth will always be truth, regardless of lack of understanding, disbelief or ignorance.”
W. Clement Stone

I am that person who has a very firm belief in righteousness and truth. I just can’t take things for granted or speak sugar-coated lies. I always weigh the effects of my actions morally. And this quote empowers me to stand with what’s right (with kindness always!).😌

• “Hope is a throng of fireflies in the pitch black darkness of the wild,
The echo of faith in the emptiness of void.”-The Ink Warrior (yeah, me!)

This is from a poem I wrote a while ago. I have a special passion for hope and can rant about it for hours. 😂 I love the aesthetic of it. Truly, hope makes everything better. 🌈

•”Whatever happened, happened for the good. Whatever is happening, is happening for the good. Whatever will happen, will happen for the good.”

Bhagavad Gita

An undying faith in the law of the universe, the justice of our Almighty God and in the underlying reason behind things that seem bad, is what floats our boat on the Earth. This is, for me, the most supreme wisdom – to know that everything is happening for a reason and for the good. 🌎

“No amount of anxiety can change the future. No amount of regret can change the past.”–Ralph Waldo Emerson

It’s so common to get stuck in stress and worries these days and I am no exception. This quote speaks a simple truth with a strong message which frees me from the burden of my wordly worries. 😇

“There is no saint without a past and there is no sinner without a future.”

St. Augustine

This is a beautiful quote that speaks volumes about the endless potential for spiritual achievement for each human being. It teaches me to overlook the past and work on the present for the future.🙃

And I could go on and on…..Let’s do it some other day, who is up for it? ME!✋🤓 Well, I hope you liked this post and could take away something from here.😊

Let me know which one of these did you resonate with the most and what are your favorite quotes, in the comments below. I’d love to read! 💬⬇

Yours truly 💕,

The Ink Warrior.

7 thoughts on “My Favorite Quotes🌻✒”

  1. No amount of anxiety can change the future. No amount of regret can change the past.”–Ralph Waldo Emerson
    I think this is the one I find intriguing. I’ve been in such situation so I totally relate🤭😀😂
    My favorite is;
    Flowers don’t check on other flowers to check which one blooms better. They just bloom.
    Don’t compare yourself, just blossom where you’re planted😊🌹

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    1. Yes, I find it intriguing too! Ya, me too!😂

      Wow, that’s such a beautiful quote. A very essential reminder in these times of cut-throat competition!🌻😌

      Stay safe and blessed!🌈✨
      -theinkwarrior

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  2. Haha I’m a quote junkie, too!! They’re so fun and inspirational xD ❤
    Ooh I love that quote you wrote about the fireflies!! And the one by Ralph Waldo Emerson is amazing ❤ Awesome guest post!!

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