Whatever you do may seem insignificant but it is important that you do it. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
You never know what results may come of your action(s), but if you do nothing there will be no result. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
I’ve posted a lot of inspirational quotes and affirmations over the years on my blog. Many times I close comments and leave it as food for thought. Today I’m leaving comments open. What do these quotes mean to you? Do they fit your life in any way today, or could they have been useful for you in the past?
I’ve posted the first quote before, but just today, I came across both of these by accident, somewhere else. The timing was perfect, because lately I’ve been feeling like everything I do is insignificant, including writing. I was wondering why I bother, when the menial things don’t matter, and my writing probably isn’t making a difference like I hoped (I don’t now the “results,” as in the quote). Some days I feel like I’m accomplishing zilch. Then I came across both of these quotes. They reminded me to have faith and keep pushing (as my favorite rock band sings).
Has that ever happened to you . . . something crosses your path at just the right time?