I am just finally starting to live by this, and i also hope my daughter has high expectations..
I love that last one! I tell all my girls this just about every single day! :)
Quoting kirbymom:I love that last one! I tell all my girls this just about every single day! :)
I love that last one!
Quoting heather4511:I like both of those. I'm working on forgiving my ex, for my own good. But I just don't know how.
Quoting TurboMom81:I'm working on forgiveness, period. Whenever I am wronged or violated, I can hold a grudge like there is no tomorrow. It makes for a pretty miserable existence. I am not about to let people like that have ANY power over me. Quoting heather4511:I like both of those. I'm working on forgiving my ex, for my own good. But I just don't know how.
I think it's interesting because, when you're dealing with mediocrity, you always have a choice whether to accept it or dismiss it. So I'm not sure how I feel about that first one, but I do know you cannot know the extraordinary without first marinating in mediocrity, if only for a moment. Once you know what mediocrity is, you can identify it and subsequently dismiss it. But then again, I know plenty of people who choose to marinate in it--even after they know what it is.
I think I would rather show my daughter these:
And one of my favorites (because I love Sartre, and I hope DD will too):
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