quotes tagged with 'moment'

she just needed someone. It didn’t matter who it was. Just someone to remind her of what it was like to live in a moment, and feel something before she walked away

Author: RM Drake, Source: unknownSaved by l1nds4y in life love feelings people moment 1 year ago[save this] [permalink]

then, she began to breathe, and live, and every moment took her to a place where goodbyes were hard to come by. She was in love, but not in love with someone or something, she was in love with her life. And for the first time, in a long time, everything was inspiring.

Author: RM Drake, Source: unknownSaved by l1nds4y in life inspiration love moment 1 year ago[save this] [permalink]

appreciate the moment of a first kiss, it may be the last time you own your heart.

Author: RM Drake, Source: unknownSaved by l1nds4y in love men moment kiss 1 year ago[save this] [permalink]

we take pictures with people so they could remember us and leave memories behind so they don’t forget us.  And the difference between the two are the same.  We leave these moments in the air, hoping that somewhere, someone will find them and make sense of everything we chose to ignore.

Author: RM Drake, Source: unknownSaved by l1nds4y in remember memory forget moment 1 year ago[save this] [permalink]

Be happy for this moment. This moment is your life.

Author: Omar Khayyam, Source: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/o/omarkhayya378553.ht...Saved by prabatuty in life happiness happy moment 3 years ago[save this] [permalink]

"If we are in tune with the Spirit, if we are seeking the Lord and His guidance, if our direction is to return to our Father in Heaven, the sweet moments will come. And we will treasure them, for we have become instruments in the hands of God"

Author: Bonnie D. Parkin, Source: "Sweet Moments," Ensign, November 2005, 107 Saved by dyejo in spirit sweet moment instruments 10 years ago[save this] [permalink]

Many of you know what I am talking about when I talk of “hosanna moments," those transcendent moments in our lives when, without warning, we are overwhelmed by a close encounter with eternity, a surprise of the spirit–those moments when, while engaged in the temporal rhythms of our daily and earth- encrusted lives, comfortably duped by familiar routines, we are suddenly brought face-to-face with the holy, swept by the Spirit of God into a transcendent reality, overwhelmed by undeniable evidence of a literal Father in Heaven who knows you and knows me and is somehow interested and involved in our lives. The "We'll-Sing-and-We'll-Shout" moment is that moment when our God, Brother-of-Jared-ing us, reaches his hand through the veil to startle our sensibilities, to reassure, to comfort, to guide, to prod, to change our course. Then our spirits soar, our souls are renewed, and we can never really be the same again.

Author: Richard H. Cracroft, Source: BYU Devotional 29 June 1993, de Jong Concert HallSaved by mlsscaress in knowledge holyghost involved evidence moment awareness interested surprise whisper renewed 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Do you want guidance? Have you prayed to the Lord for inspiration? Do you want to do right or do you want to do what you want to do whether or not it is right? Do you want to do what is best for you in the long run or what seems more desirable for the moment? Have you prayed? How much have you prayed? How did you pray? Have you prayed as did the Savior of the world in Gethsemane or did you ask for what you want regardless of its being proper? Do you say in your prayers: “Thy will be done”? Did you say, “Heavenly Father, if you will inspire and impress me with the right, I will do that right”? Or, did you pray, “Give me what I want or I will take it anyway”? Did you say: “Father in Heaven, I love you, I believe in you, I know you are omniscient. I am honest. I am sincerely desirous of doing right. I know you can see the end from the beginning. You can see the future. You can discern if under this situation I present, I will have peace or turmoil, happiness or sorrow, success or failure. Tell me, please, loved Heavenly Father, and I promise to do what you tell me to do.” Have you prayed that way? Don’t you think it might be wise? Are you courageous enough to pray that prayer?
Author: Spencer W. Kimball, Source: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Spencer W. Kimball: htt...Saved by mlsscaress in inspiration direction prayer guidance language seek longrun moment proper 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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