Sunday, April 24, 2011

Believing In Your Belief

The eloquent man is he who is no beautiful speaker, but who is inwardly and desperately drunk with a certain belief. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Loving this: "drunk with a certain belief."


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LadyCat said...

Great quote! To hold fast to our beliefs and live them is a wonderful thing. Your photo is so lovely and peaceful.
BTW...I like the new look of your blog : )

Sixpence and A Blue Moon said...

Danial, such kind is a joy when someone likes your blog. I hope you'll continue to like it and visit. Please continue visiting. :) BTW, do you sell these beach cruisers? are beautiful...and I would love to have one. Unfortunately, I do not live where there are many nice places to ride.
Happy Monday to you! xOx

LadyCat, I'm such a quote junkie.:) I have them posted everywhere in my house. The photo is outside my back door and the view is parking lots and concrete building. I played around with the photo and made myself a view I liked. :) I long for view of nature, so one creates what one desires.:) Wishing you a wonderful Monday, sweetie. xOx

Sixpence and A Blue Moon said...

Ladycat, thank you for the compliment. I'm always changing things, but I like the look for now.:) I so controlled by my emotions and passions. :)

liza said...

That photograph is SO beautiful. It is snowing and raining here, so I needed this! Thank you!! And thank you for the words today too.

Sixpence and A Blue Moon said...

Liza, we can "all" benefit from as much beauty and positive words as possible. I am not a positive thinking person by nature, so I have to really work at over-riding the negative thoughts with positive ones. And thanks so much for the compliment on the photo, you always have such kind thank you. xOx

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