Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Good Old Days

[On the voyage of life] ... one must have fixed points from which to take a bearing. (Selwyn Hughes, Every Day Light, Day 83)

The past can be a heavy burden we carry around in our minds. (after Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth, p. 139)

Yesterdays have no value except as experience, to be used in making today and the future more fruitful. (One Day At A Time In Al-Anon, 13 April)

The good old days are often a combination of a bad memory and a good imagination. (Warren W. Wiersbe, Chapter-By-Chapter Bible Commentary, p. 293)

We are not only possessors of the present, we are also the trustees of the future. (after William Barclay, The Letters to Timothy, Titus and Philemon, p. 161)


Nothing to write home about today.

Mr. Dickie
26/Apr/2011 8:22

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