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Honestly, I never really understood the glorification of Fridays & weekends. I don't want to build a life and career, where I spent five days a week waiting for the weekend. No! I want to enjoy my life, and don't wish any weekday away. I want each day to matter to me, in some way, even if it's a small tiny way. I love my life. Everyday. That's the spirit we should convey all around us.
Akilnathan Logeswaran
It's Friday morning mankind!Good vibe,Don't Frown and let the monster see you smile!
Napz Cherub Pellazo
There is a vast world of work out there in this country, where at least 111 million people are employed in this country alone--many of whom are bored out of their minds. All day long. Not for nothing is their motto TGIF -- 'Thank God It's Friday.' They live for the weekends, when they can go do what they really want to do.
Richard Nelson Bolles
Our society is struggling because during times of change, the very last people you need on your team are well-paid bureaucrats, note takers, literalists, manual readers, TGIF laborers, map followers, and fearful employees.
Seth Godin (Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?)
TGIF. I turned this quote into a small badge, and part of my gratitude practice is a weekly post about what I’m Trusting, what I’m Grateful for, what Inspires me, and how I’m practicing my Faith.
Brené Brown (The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are)
Twinkle lights are the perfect metaphor for joy. Joy is not a constant. It comes to us in moments—often ordinary moments. Sometimes we miss out on the bursts of joy because we’re too busy chasing down extraordinary moments. Other times we’re so afraid of the dark that we don’t dare let ourselves enjoy the light. A joyful life is not a floodlight of joy. That would eventually become unbearable. I believe a joyful life is made up of joyful moments gracefully strung together by trust, gratitude, inspiration, and faith. For those of you who follow my blog, you’ll recognize this as the mantra for my gratitude posts on Fridays that I call TGIF. I turned this quote into a small badge, and part of my gratitude practice is a weekly post about what I’m Trusting, what I’m Grateful for, what Inspires me, and how I’m practicing my Faith. It’s incredibly powerful to read everyone’s comments. Joy
Brené Brown (The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are)
How do you know when the obstacles in your path have been placed by God to protect you, or by Satan to hinder God's purposes in your affairs?
Os Hillman (TGIF: Today God Is First: Daily Workplace Inspiration)
Do you have a situation in which you're having trouble discerning whether God is protecting you or Satan is hindering you? Ask God to show you His way.
Os Hillman (TGIF: Today God Is First: Daily Workplace Inspiration)
Today, be proactive about forgiving those who have been the source of pain in your life.
Os Hillman (TGIF: Today God Is First: Daily Workplace Inspiration)
Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight” (Proverbs 3:5-6).
Os Hillman (TGIF: Today God Is First: Daily Workplace Inspiration)
Wine, food, bath and book. That is my future tonight.
Anke van Zweel (Fighting Love)
Thus is the defining characteristic of gay millennials: we straddle the pre-Glee and post-Glee worlds. We went to high school when faggot wasn’t even considered an F-word, when being a lesbian meant boys just didn’t want you, when being nonbinary wasn’t even a remote option. We grew up without queer characters in our cartoons or Nickelodeon or Disney or TGIF sitcoms. We were raised in homophobia, came of age as the world changed around us, and are raising children in an age where it’s never been easier to be same-sex parents. We’re both lucky and jealous. As the state of gay evolved culturally and politically, we were old enough to see it and process it and not take it for granted–old enough to know what the world was like without it. Despite the success of Drag Race, the existence of lesbian Christmas rom-coms, and openly transgender Oscar nominees, we haven’t moved on from the trauma of growing up in a culture that hates us. We don’t move on from trauma, really. We can’t really leave it in the past. It becomes a part of us, and we move forward with it. For LGBTQ+ millennials, our pride is couched in painful memories of a culture repulsed and frightened by queerness. That makes us skittish. It makes us loud. It makes us fear that all this progress, all this tolerance , all of Billy Porter's red carpet looks can vanish as quickly as it all appeared.
Grace Perry (The 2000s Made Me Gay: Essays on Pop Culture)
The prophet Jeremiah says, “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart” (Jeremiah 29:13). The problem with most of us is that we are unwilling to seek God for the answers—we are too lazy to spend time in prayer and fasting, focusing intentionally on God. Bill Bright, the founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, said: I believe the power of fasting as it relates to prayer is the spiritual atomic bomb that our Lord has given us to destroy the strongholds of evil and usher in a great revival and spiritual harvest around the world. The longer I fasted, the more I sensed the presence of the Lord.
Os Hillman (TGIF: Today God Is First: Daily Workplace Inspiration)
So often when God places a call on one of His children, the ability to answer the call requires a separation between the old life and the new life. We are called away from the old in order to prepare our heart for what is to come. This can be a painful and difficult separation. Joseph was separated from his family. Jacob was sent to live with his uncle Laban. Moses was sent to the desert. Perhaps God has placed you in your own desert period. Perhaps you cannot make sense of the situation in which you find yourself. If you, like Paul, will get intimate with God during this time, He will reveal the purposes He has for you. The key is pressing into Him. Seek Him with a whole heart, and He will be found.
Os Hillman (TGIF: Today God Is First: Daily Workplace Inspiration)
Whoever came up with the phrase TGIF needed to get shot in the face.
M.S. Knight (Escape from Insanity: A Tale of Insanity (Tales of Insanity))
I have called you to walk a specific path. I will bring the fruit to you. All you will have to do is pick it up and stay on My path for you. That is what it means to abide in Me.” The people of Israel conquered the Promised Land as a result of obedience, not sweat, toil or natural talent. In our work-life call, God desires to give us fruit from our calling when we fulfill the unique purpose for which God made us. When something unusual happens in our daily life experience, it is a time to tune in to our spiritual antennae. God is often at work. We need to abide completely in His presence and purpose for our life so that we can pick the fruit He desires to bring into our path.
Os Hillman (TGIF: Today God Is First: Daily Workplace Inspiration)
Saul answered, “But am I not a Benjamite, from the smallest tribe of Israel, and is not my clan the least of all the clans of the tribe of Benjamin? Why do you say such a thing to me?” (1 Samuel 9:21). “But Lord,” Gideon asked, “how can I save Israel? My clan is the weakest in Manasseh, and I am the least in my family” (Judges 6:15). But Moses said to God, “Who am I, that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the Israelites out of Egypt?” (Exodus 3:11). When God calls, you will probably be in the most unlikely circumstances to receive that call. You will be in the midst of a crisis, you will lack resources and you will not have the skills you think you need. This is the way of God. God works this way because He wants you to know that your call is based on His ability, not yours. When you think it is based on you, you possess a false humility, which is unbelief and disobedience on your part.
Os Hillman (TGIF: Today God Is First: Daily Workplace Inspiration)
Sin makes our armor vulnerable to attack from Satan, who then gains permission from God to attack us in the area where we have failed to uphold righteousness. If we break down in moral purity, Satan comes in and establishes a stronghold. If we give place to bitterness and unwillingness to forgive, we break fellowship with God and others. If we become money-focused, we fall into greed and deception. Sin is a vicious cycle that leaves us weak and vulnerable to ever more sin.
Os Hillman (TGIF: Today God Is First: Daily Workplace Inspiration)
Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interests of others. PHILIPPIANS 2:4
Os Hillman (TGIF: Today God Is First: Daily Workplace Inspiration)
Take “Respect, Integrity, Communication and Excellence,” which was Enron’s motto. If execs at Enron had decided to replace those concepts with something different—perhaps Greed, Greed, Lust for Money, and Greed—it might have drawn a few chuckles but otherwise there would have been no impact. On the other hand, one of Google’s stated values has always been to “Focus on the User.” If we changed that, perhaps by putting the needs of advertisers or publishing partners first, our inboxes would be flooded, and outraged engineers would take over the weekly, company-wide TGIF meeting (which is hosted by Larry and Sergey, and where employees are welcome to—and often do—voice their disagreement with company decisions). Employees always have a choice, so belie your values at your own risk.
Eric Schmidt (How Google Works)
Why did the blonde write TGIF on her shoes? A: To remind her that “toes go in first”.
Johnny B. Laughing (151+ Funny Blonde Jokes!)
TGIF [10w] If you than God it's Friday, your job suck balls.
Beryl Dov
Sometimes ending a week is tough. You remember the failings of yesterdays then anticipate the frustrations of today and you get sour! You know, it helps to start Fridays with a cup of "GO-juice" (G▪︎ GOD & O▪︎Optimism) I'm hoping you drink deep today... Jn 7:37-38 Good Morning.
Manuela George-Izunwa
OSIT, Wimpy's bill due at TGIF!
Brian Spellman (We have our difference in common 2.)
Marcus Emerson (Pirate Invasion (Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja, #2))
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Marcus Emerson (Rise of the Red Ninjas (Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja, #3))
It’s Friday, so I don’t have to feel guilty about drinking on the train. TGIF. The fun starts here.
The Girl on the Train - Paula Hawkins
To…" I chew on my lower lip, "TGIF." The three stare at me. "Thank God it’s Friday?" Amelie furrows her eyebrows. I glance at each of their faces, "Tongue Goes in First.
L. Steele (The Billionaire's Secret (Big Bad Billionaires, #2))
Work" is a loaded word. It stirs up all sorts of reaction. Some people see it as a four-letter curse word because their work fills their life with pain and bitterness. These people are full-fledged, card-carrying, official members of the TGIF Club. What's this? "Thank God It's Fayday!" Except for their salary, they hate their jobs and will get rid of it in a blink of an eye.
Bo Sánchez (Nothing Much Has Changed (7 Success Principles from the Ancient Book of Proverbs for Your Money, Work, and Life)
TGIF," I said aloud even though it was only Thursday. But I was alone in my apartment as far as I knew. I deliberately avoid making whimsical incorrect statements in public. You would be surprised at how many people get irritated if you say "TGIF" on the wrong day. By "people" I mean "English professors." To most English professors it would be inconceivable to say, "Thank God it's Friday" on a Thursday. I don't know if that's because they are strict adherents to the rules of language or if they are mentally ill.
Gary Reilly (Doctor Lovebeads (Asphalt Warrior, #5))
Gmorning... *TGIF-style theme song plays* THE MORNING TWEET IS ON YOUR PHONE YOU START YOUR DAY, YOU’RE NOT ALONE WHEN DREAMS ARE JUST AROUND THE BEND YOU RIIIIIISE *we see the skyline of your town* GMOOOOOORNING YOUUUUU *You turn to the camera mid-activity, smile* Gnight *credits roll* *freeze frames from your day roll past as a jazzy instrumental version of your theme music plays* STAY TUNED FOR PERFECT STRANGERS
Lin-Manuel Miranda