quotes tagged with 'journey'

I opened a book and in I strode.  Now nobody can find me

Author: Julia Donaldson, Source: unknownSaved by l1nds4y in book journey lost adventure 2 years ago[save this] [permalink]

I spent it sitting next to Rosa’s tomb, speaking with her, accompanying her on the first part of her journey to the Hereafter, which is when it’s hardest to detach yourself from earth and you need the love of those who have remained behind, so you can leave with at least the consolation of having planted something in someone else’s heart

Author: Isabel Allende, Source: The House of the SpiritsSaved by l1nds4y in love heart men death journey 2 years ago[save this] [permalink]

Hope is like the sun, which, as we journey toward it, casts the shadow of our burden behind us.

Author: Samuel Smiles, Source: http://www.braintrainingtools.org/skills/hope-is-like-the-sun-...Saved by sivagamimurugan550 in hope quotes quotes quotes brain journey 2 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Life isn’t always easy. At some point in our journey we may feel much as the pioneers did as they crossed Iowa—up to our knees in mud, forced to bury some of our dreams along the way. We all face rocky ridges, with the wind in our face and winter coming on too soon. Sometimes it seems as though there is no end to the dust that stings our eyes and clouds our vision. Sharp edges of despair and discouragement jut out of the terrain to slow our passage. Always, there is a Devil’s Gate, which will swing wide open to lure us in. Those who are wise and faithful will steer a course as far from such temptation as possible, while others—sometimes those who are nearest and dearest to us—succumb to the attraction of ease, comfort, convenience, and rest. Occasionally we reach the top of one summit in life, as the pioneers did, only to see more mountain peaks ahead, higher and more challenging than the one we have just traversed. Tapping unseen reservoirs of faith and endurance, we, as did our forebears, inch ever forward toward that day when our voices can join with those of all pioneers who have endured in faith, singing: “All is well! All is well!” (Hymns, no. 30).
Author: “You Have Nothing to Fear from the Journey”, Source: http://www.lds.org/ldsorg/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=2354fccf2b7db0...Saved by dyejo in journey lessons pioneer 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]
And if the traveler is fortunate - that is, if the path is complex and profound enough - the destination is two miles farther away for every mile he or she travels.
Author: George Leonard, Source: Mastery: The Keys to Success and Long-Term FulfillmentSaved by bluesfreak in work goals effort journey 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
What you are in love with, what seizes your imagination, will affect everything. It will decide what will get you out of bed in the morning, what you will do with your evenings, how you will spend your weekends, what you read, who you know, what breaks your heart, and what amazes you with joy and gratitude. Fall in love; stay in love, and it will decide everything.
Author: Pedro Arrupe, S.J., Source: unknownSaved by mlsscaress in love passion time living decision journey affections capture 13 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Learn how to pray and how to receive answers to your prayers. When you pray over some things, you must patiently wait a long, long time before you will receive an answer. Some prayers, for your own safety, must be answered immediately, and some promptings will even come when you haven’t prayed at all.

Once you really determine to follow that guide, your testimony will grow and you will find provisions set out along the way in unexpected places, as evidence that someone knew that you would be traveling that way.
Author: Boyd K Packer, Source: Spiritual Crocodiles, New Era » 1981 » JanuarySaved by mlsscaress in revelation experience peace patience testimony time prayer answers journey provisions promptings evidence expectations recieve 13 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Life is like an old-time rail journey-delays, sidetracks, smoke, dust, cinders and jolts, interspersed only occasionally by beautiful vistas and thrilling bursts of speed.

The trick is to thank the Lord for letting you have the ride.
Author: Gordon B. Hinckley, Source: A conversation with single adults, Ensign, 1997Saved by cboyack in success life happiness experience journey 13 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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