Every Tuesday, I share snippets of thoughts that I call ‘My Thinking Corner.’
I would like to invite you to participate. The challenge is quite simple.
Each Tuesday, share your very short snippets of positive, inspiring, motivating, health, spiritual, writing advice, clips, posts etc, that can serve as a prop to motivate others and simply add my link to your post.
I call it my thinking corner because, I actually take out a bit of time just to think through things, encapsulate my thoughts as much as possible and detoxify my mind.
It might work for you in a different way, but the idea is to get the positive thoughts flowing.
Please send in your little thoughts. You never know whose life you might inspire.
- We cannot plow our fields by sitting under the shaded tree, chewing on a twig and turning the garden of our dreams in our minds. Our hands must get dirty in the muck and the hoe.
- To climb up to that success ladder, you must unfold those hands cradling your chin and hold the ladder.
- Your children can teach a lot of great life lessons, especially in patience. You will realize how elastic your patience truly is.
- Life has no short cuts except you wish to cut it short.
- A lot of people want to be somebody notable. Be patient and be yourself first of all. There’s a whole lot of being in you.
© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha
Our Thinkers Thoughts came in from:
Giggles & Tales prayers from the heart shows us that the only way is really to put those difficulties into prayers.
Dollops of heedful ramblings simple message is age old and yet has never gone out of fashion.
Annette’s message gives me lot’s of hope for indeed, you are never too old to dream a new dream.
Friends on my mind can I count on you or are you there just when it’s all beautiful?
Honest me I fell in love with this. Wish I could find one for my house.
Deb’s words of wisdom are little nuggets that speaks volumes.
Parenting with purpose Seye’s colourful messages always grabs my attention.
Thank you to all the contributors. May these words take roots in our lives and may our harvest be bountiful 🙂
‘So, when will you share those nuggets of wisdom of yours?’