Quote Me!

Quote Me
Today’s Daily Post Challenge is “Quote Me”. What is the quote that you return to, why does it resonates with you?

“Success is how high you bounce when you hit rock bottom.”-George S. Patton

So many people have different definitions of what they believe is “SUCCESSFUL”. Β I view my success as going after and achieving the goal. I am not looking at having wealth or fame. If I have achieved the goal, then I am successful. Β I have hit rock bottom and have been humbled while at the bottom, and I said to myself, I must pick myself up and keep going, not that is my success.

How do you define success? Is it about wealth, fame and/or achieving goals?



Happy Reading and Enjoy! πŸ™‚

Β©Life may not go as planned, but it is WORTH LIVING!-Alitha Hawkins



I am Zeb's wife. Shabre, Zeb Jr., Ashleigh, and Jayla's mother! I am a God fearing woman! I am Ruby's daughter! I AM PERFECTLY FLAWED!

4 thoughts on “Quote Me!”

  1. While I love and collect inspirational quotes and ones that are profound or strike a chord, there are two that I try and abide by. One is from Hamlet: To thine own self be true.
    At times, I have to stop and question myself as to why I’m agreeing or going along with someone else’s action or words when deep down, I may not agree with said action or words. I then have to remind myself of Shakespeare’s words of wisdom and adhere to it.
    The 2nd one is by Anne Landers: Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life and repeat to yourself the most comforting words of all: This, too, shall pass.
    When a family member or friend (or even myself) is going through a tough period or crisis, I remember Ann’s words and look forward to the rainbow after the rain, so to speak.
    I enjoyed your ‘Quote Me’ post Alitha!

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