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Menorise; Saturday Sayings

"You are never too old to set a new goal, or dream a new dream."
(C S Lewis)


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  1. Where did that come from? So how's the new dream shaping up?

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    1. Hari OM
      The quote? Well, from the long list of quotes available on Good Reads... but in terms of where did C S Lewis write it? That made me think harder. Initially I thought it was from The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe... but no. Investigation just now lead me to THIS and this quote is like more attributable to a bloke called Les Brown. Something to do with chicken soup - which Mr T will no doubt love to hear!!! As for the Dream = I need to get to sleep first. Yxx

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  2. amen to this quote and lovin the sculpture

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  3. May I hear 87 Amens and hoorays to that quote
    Hugs Cecilia

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  4. Creative photo and wonderful quote ~ inspiring ~ ^_^ Happy Weekend to you ^_^

    Living moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  5. Love the thistle and I have that CS Lewis quote on my wall. Helpped me when I started over at 60! Thanks for the kind words for my BIL. Have a marvellously happy day!

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  6. I really like that photo. And yes, yes, yes, to knowing age has nothing to do with where we point our hears.

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  7. We never to old or young to do anything. It more or less the know how to do it.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  8. Well, we do try to keep striving and dreaming:)

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  9. Since retirement, I've had trouble with dreams and goals. In a way, having the girls here for schooling and caregiving, has been amazing. I am SO TIRED, though!

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  10. So long as our brains will allow our hearts to believe. namaste, janice xx

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