#AtoZChallenge: Q is For Quotes
Quotes are the unspoken words of the heart. We love quotes because the feelings or the thoughts that we cannot express in words, a good quote does that. We adore quotes because those words have some magical effects that can change our perspectives when we are down. Those may not fade our pain. But, that group of words can show us thousand reasons of finding happiness.
“Everybody wants happiness. Nobody wants pain. But, you cannot have a rainbow without a little pain.”– Annonimas
Sometimes, expressing the unsaid words of our broken heart lights the pain within it.
“Waiting is painful. Forgetting is painful. But, not knowing which to do is the worst kind of suffering.”– Paulo Coelho.
When we are falling in love, we always find the romantic words that can narrate our love best.
“I live you neither with my heart nor with my mind. My heart might stop, my mind can forget. I love you with my soul because it never stops of forgets.”- Rumi
When life is not going well as we expect, when we are in the middle of the situation whether we ‘ll hold our dream or we’ll leave it, the quote of Paulo Coelho, said the best word on that.
“Fight for your dreams and your dreams will fight for you.”
When we are in a light mood, the happiness quote should like this.
“The secret of happiness is a bad memory”– Annonimas
In the matters of motivational words, I will prefer Robin Sharma.
“Take the stones people throw at you and use them to build a Monument.”
Quotes play a great role when we are feeling alone. That time we can relate to the words, very intensely.
“Sometimes You Need to Be Alone. Not to Be Lonely. But to enjoy your free time being yourself.”-Annonimas.
The most beautiful words about life, I have found in Osho’s sayings.
“Once you have started seeing the beauty of life, ugliness starts disappearing. If you start looking at life with joy, sadness starts disappearing. You cannot have heaven and hell together, you can have only one. It is your choice.”