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Faith is the ability to honour stillness at some moments and at others to ride the passion and exuberance. ― Alan Lightman

Alan Lightman reflects on two facets of #faith

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People talk about how wonderful the world seems to children, and that’s true enough. But children think they will grow into it and understand it, and I know very well that I will not, and would not if I had a dozen lives. ― Marilynne Robinson

All living is learning and becoming

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The person that succeeds in anything has the realistic viewpoint at the beginning and [knows] that the problem is large and that he has to take it a step at a time. – Bill Evans via Brain Pickings

Bill Evans on why realistically begun is half done via @BrainPickings

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Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity… ― John Muir

John Muir on going #home

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I opposed subjective to objective, imagination to realism. I thought that having gone so deeply into my own feelings and dramas I could never again reach objectivity and knowledge of others. But now I know that any experience carried out deeply to its ultimate leads you beyond yourself into a larger relation to the experience of others. ― Anaïs Nin

Any experience carried out deeply to its ultimate leads you beyond yourself…

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It will be our love, not our opinions which will be our greatest contribution to the world. – Bob Goff

@BobGoff on the greatest contribution we can make to this world

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A selection of quotes to get your week off to a strong, inspired start. Share these with your friends and use them to add some colour (and food for thought) to your social media feeds. Check in next monday for the next instalment of the weekly wordfest.

Weekly Wordfest

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