Forgiving and Forgetting


Forgiving & Forgetting, it's a gift for giving NOT for getting!

“Forgiving & Forgetting

…it’s a gift FOR GIVING,
not FOR GETTING!

Inspired by: A Rocky Road


Life's a rocky road: but our perspective makes it full of obstacles, or full of ice-cream!

“Life’s a Rocky Road…
But we decide whether it’s made
up of obstacles or ice cream!”

~LoopholesOnLife.com

Inspired by: our ability to 4C change


change takes, clarity, courage, confidence, and commitment

“Change takes:
Clarity to see it;
Courage to say it;
Confidence to be judged;
Commitment to stand by it!”

~LoopholesOnLife.com

Inspired by: the definition of Gobbler!


Definition of Gobbler:
noun: male turkey
noun: a hasty eater who swallows large mouthfuls

Definition of Turkey day:
noun: a holiday celebrated by gobblers gobbling gobblers!”

~LoopholesOnLife.com

Inspired by: Extending TGIF


“Weekends make up less than 29% of a week
do more with the other 71% of your life
than waiting for them to come!”

~LoopholesOnLife.com

Inspired by: Being Positively Not Negative


“Two negatives make a positive;
a couple more positives make a trend!”

~LoopholesOnLife.com

Inspired by: an Animal Instinct!


“If you want to BADGER me, then GOPHER it!”

~LoopholesOnLife.com

Be Inspired: Take the BEATING Path!


“Speak from your heart & you’ll never need to bite your tongue.”

~LoopholesOnLife.com

One-liner Inspires: “Summing it Up”


Count on one hand through five, or one friend through it all!

“If you can count on one hand, it can get you through five;
If you can count on one friend, it can get you through anything!” ~LoopholesOnLife.com

One-Liner Inspires: Food for Thought!


Inspirational Quotes - Food for Thought

Food for Thought

“If you are what you eat; what would you be if you ate your words?”

 

 

 

One-liner Inspires: Surgeon Forward


“Healing others takes patients; healing ourselves takes patience.”

~Loopholes on Life, 09.17.2012

One-liner Inspires: A better Mode than Mean


“Just because mean describes the average of numbers in math, does not mean it describes the average person in society.”

~Loopholes on Life, 09.16.2012