life, philosophy

Wednesday Wisdom

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — … And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor.

I had decided to post only twice a week, but then came up with another idea. Like my blogger friend Kathy from the UP does with her blog, it’s nice to change things up on occasion. So, I decided that when I come across what I find to be a profound quote, I will share it on Wednesdays. Sometimes I may share a couple at once, sometimes I might not post one at all.

After it’s posted on my home page, I will add it to my quotations page (A Quotation …) under a topic category. Hopefully, the quotes will add up after a while, and anyone can look up a quote on a specific topic they are interested in.

May all souls move into awareness of the divine on this holiday. May Divine Providence return us to freedom. For we our born free, to both succeed and to fail.

Freedom is not worth having if it does not connote freedom to err.  ~Mahatma Gandhi

Savor your freedom and enjoy the holiday!

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13 thoughts on “Wednesday Wisdom”

  1. I am excited, yes, very excited, that you have been inspired to switch things up, Lori! Isn’t it fun? It’s kinda scary sometimes, but so worth it in the long run. Have thought about you a couple of times today and am so happy that you are a kindred soul.

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    1. Hey Kathy, yes we are kindred souls. If you haven’t checked out my blog from July 2nd yet, give it a read (title: Who Are We?). I think you may see our kindred spirits in that one too. Thank you for your support in me trying this something new. I can also tell you are trying things out for your personal growth as well. It’s so very tough not to respond to comments. It tests the soul and brings new wisdom to light. Hugs.

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      1. It indeed tests the soul not to respond to comments. I thought I couldn’t do it! In other ways, I am feeling a greater ability to be creative by not responding. Weird, huh? Love, K

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  2. Great post. Let us not forget the men and women who stand guard tonight, keeping the wolves at bay. They are there, wanting to do us evil and would, if only they could, if only there weren’t someone there to stop them.

    Happy 4th.

    Tim

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    1. I could not forget those brave men and women who sacrifice for us. Thank you for remembering them here too. Thanks for coming by and for the happy wishes. Hope you had a nice 4th.

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    1. Ahh, yes, Divine Providence holds us in freedom. We humans do forget that, and sometimes take away that freedom from other humans. My prayer is for Divine Providence to lead us humans back to the lifestyle of freedom so rightly attained here, on this day, many years ago. Thanks for the happy wishes, Margarita. Have a good one. 🙂

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  3. Awesome, I’ll look forward to it every week! And on the “freedom to err”, I think I’m doing just fine haha Actually, I excel! Have a great 4th DiNardi!

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