Alexandra Stoddard Quotes

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The only life worth living is the one we take responsibility for choosing.
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Alexandra Stoddard (Time Alive: Celebrate Your Life Every Day)
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An inspired letter can be as riveting as a stare. It can move us to tears, spur us to action, provoke us, uplift us, touch us. Transform us. When written from the heart, letters are dreams on paper, wishes fulfilled, desires satisfied. letters can be powerful.
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Alexandra Stoddard (Gift of a Letter)
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What we do today, right now, will have an accumulated effect on all our tomorrows.
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The thoughtful little things we do each day have an accumulated effect on all our tomorrows.
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Slow down. Calm down. Don't worry. Don't hurry. Trust the process.
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We all have neighbors. Greet them on the sidewalk or in the elevator, but try not to peer through their windows. Windows are to look out from, not into.
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Alexandra Stoddard (Grace Notes)
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What you think and do now builds. Value this moment. Be patient. Smile often. Love the process of living each minute fully. Your presence is a source of strength and an inspiration to people you spend time with. Give your greatest gift-- your full attention, yourself.
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The 'art of tea' is a spiritual force for us to share.
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Alexandra Stoddard (Alexandra Stoddard's Tea Celebrations: The Way to Serenity)
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Letter writing is a habit that allows us to explore new trails all our lives. Each day is a fresh new adventure when we regularly send and receive letters.
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Alexandra Stoddard (Gift of a Letter)
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The correct word is like any small detail - it enhances life.
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Move your feet in the direction that is most favorable for your living up to your full potential.
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We choose how enthusiastically we live our time alive.
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Alexandra Stoddard (Time Alive: Celebrate Your Life Every Day)
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Letter writing allows us to be alone yet connected. We need a certain amount of solitude in order to have true ideas to communicate. But few of us desire solitude all the time .... Yet solitude is what makes us contemplative and receptive, more aware of life's gifts and our own special blessings.
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Alexandra Stoddard (Gift of a Letter)
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Our lives are made up of time, and the quality of our existence depends on our wise use of the moments we are given.
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Alexandra Stoddard (Gift of a Letter)
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Life is too short for you to be the caretaker of the wrong details.
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I want to fill my mind with life-enhancing, positive, beautiful memories. The dark experiences can remain buried without a funeral.
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Alexandra Stoddard (The Shared Wisdom of Mothers and Daughters: The Timelessness of Simple Truths)
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There is only one true heroism, and that is to know the world as it is and to love it. The great people of history, certainly the spiritually great, give evidence of this ability. HUGH DOWNS W
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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Let us train our minds to desire what the situation demands. It is best to bear what can’t be altered. SENECA
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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As we try to envisage what the world will be like for our grandchildren and imagine who will inherit the good and bad we leave behind, we pause to think of those who have shaped our attitudes. We pay homage to those spirits who have expanded our potential for understanding the unique circumstances of our lives and who have given us hope and courage to be strong and live bravely. We will always be fascinated by the thoughts of others, and by the way they have expressed their truths and insights, because they are the real teachers. They have shared with us the truth as they have experienced it.
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Alexandra Stoddard (Grace Notes)
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When we are authentic, when we keep our spaces simple, simply beautiful living takes place. β€”ALEXANDRA STODDARD We
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Sarah Ban Breathnach (Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy)
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The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it.” Our
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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Love of truth shows itself in this, that a man knows how to find and value the good in everything. GOETHE
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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Every day look at a beautiful picture, read a beautiful poem, listen to some beautiful music, and if possible, say some reasonable thing. GOETHE
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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To thine own self be true. SHAKESPEARE
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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What we love we grow to resemble. SAINT BERNARD T
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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E. B. White, who once wrote, β€œI arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve (or save) the world and a desire to enjoy (or savor) the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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The little troubles and worries of life, so many of which we meet, may be as stumbling blocks in our way, or we may make them stepping stones to a noble character.
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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Beauty, like love, makes us happy, but we have to be keenly receptive to the seduction. Until
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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Aristotle wisely reminds us, β€œIt is the nature of desire not to be satisfied.” When
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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The supreme goodβ€”to examine everythingβ€”a life which was not devoted to such research would not be worth living. Happiness would thus consist in their never-ending quest. PLATO
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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To take what there is, and use it, without waiting forever in vain for the preconceivedβ€”to dig deep into the actual and get something out of thatβ€”this doubtless is the right way to live. HENRY JAMES T
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)
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When a person quietly reconciles himself to all the contradictions that life offers, and can comfortably ride out or flow between the banks of pleasure and pain, experiencing them both, but getting stuck in neither, then he has achieved freedom.
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Alexandra Stoddard (You Are Your Choices: 50 Ways to Live a Good Life)