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    Quotes. Why are they so popular? Exactly what is it about quotes that people are so drawn in to? Quotes preface chapters in books. They are painted on the walls of our schools. We frame them and hang them in our homes. We send them to each other in cards and letters. They grace the halls of our work areas and are etched into our headstones when we pass away. Why do people like quotes?

    The best response to this concern was awarded to Alema Pequoia who said, “Because they exactly and definitively express exactly what we understand, acknowledge, feel, think, believe, accept, envision, hope, fear, desire, acknowledge, and/or have experienced. It is an identifiable life reality.”

    What are quotes anyway? How can the basic organization of a couple of words have such impact? A current trip of the Library of Congress revealed various quotes from the excellent books of all time written over the windows and doors of the upper flooring. It was an enjoyment to read all the quotes so thoroughly placed. Certainly, quotes have been enjoyed for a long time. Could it be that words resonate with a particular vibrational frequency? Is it possible that the mix of words brings an impact far beyond the specific words themselves? Exists an electrical frequency created from the mix of words that connects and links to our brains actually resonating with our extremely being? It is true that quotes indicate different things to various people. Maybe our really beings are impacted in some method by the mixes of words we call quotes.

    Quotes are generally only a sentence or two.

    ” Never ever be pleased with less than your best.” – G. Ford

    They are typically simple to remember due to the fact that of their simplicity or due to the fact that they rhyme.

    ” Students are earners and leaders are readers.”

    They periodically evoke the memory of our own life’s experiences both good and bad.

    ” Unfavorable feelings cause illness and positive emotion is a crucial factor in recovery.” – Hippocrates

    They state exactly what we understand in our heart of hearts to be true.

    ” God have actually made us free.”

    They say exactly what we want in our heart of hearts.

    ” You know you are in love when you can’t drop off to sleep since truth is finally much better than your dreams.” – Dr. Seuss

    They give suggestions, caution of risk, response concerns, encourage, motivate, permit vision of self and others.

    ” It is in our lives and not by our words that our faith will read.” -Thomas Jefferson

    Quotes encourage, motivate, encourage, help us persevere, have more compassion and help us understand the world we reside in.

    ” If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney

    A Google search exposes the mindset of humankind to “quotes.” The phrase “motivational quotes” netted 37 million outcomes; “quotes about life” – 252 million; “difficult times quotes and phrases” – 105 million. It appears the world is in love with quotes.

    Why do individuals like quotes? They associate with us, conforming to our minds and hearts. They talk to our inner selves inspiring, structure, and motivating. They provide us answers, new perspectives, and vision. They construct courage, perseverance, and hope. They make us laugh and make us weep. Quotes teach us about things we have no understanding of. They function as a caution against foolish choices. They lighten our moods, lift our heads, and make our problems light. They fill our hearts with love, forgiveness, and sunshine. Quotes are good for the soul.

    So write down quotes that resonate with you – not simply any quote – but the ones that make you say, “Wow, I actually like that.” Or the ones that make you bust up laughing. Keep in mind, when you gather and make a note of quotes, you are, in a really real sense, developing yourself. Quotes have energy. Produce an excellent self by gathering fantastic quotes and keep them in an excellent location, like a Literary Journal, or a Quote Journal, where you can read them whenever you desire or need.

    Writing quotes down by hand, the long, old made way, is the very best way to keep in mind them and to internalize them. After all, “writing chrystallizes believed.”

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