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FAVORITE QUOTES

 

Sharing some of my personal quotes. I do hope that you will find them inspirational.

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“Believe! Once you do, you will be provided with the key to the door of many possibilities.”

—Felicita “Terry” Robinson, Seven Letters To Heaven

 

“The untold joy of being a grandparent has to be experienced, as it is something that cannot be explained.”

—Felicita "Terry" Robinson

“With regards to unanswered prayers, I accept the Lord’s will, knowing that the response will be revealed in His own time, in His own way, and at His own will.”

—Felicita “Terry” Robinson, Seven Letters To Heaven

“The beauty of the rainbow after a storm heralds a bright, new beginning, filled with hope and promise”

—Felicita “Terry” Robinson, Seven Letters To Heaven

 

“There is such beauty and wonder in God’s creation. Have you ever heard a bird singing off-key? The sun, the moon, the stars, and the seasons – they work with such precision that it is awesome to comprehend.”

—Felicita “Terry” Robinson, Seven Letters To Heaven

 “A successful marriage is being able to say I love you as well as I am sorry.  It is being able to express your anger—what’s bothering or upsetting you—and then being able to make up and love again.”

—Felicita “Terry” Robinson.

 

“Whenever we pray for help, we should start by believing that the good Lord will hear and answer our prayers.”

—Felicita “Terry” Robinson, Seven Letters To Heaven

“Encouragement creates a pathway to seemingly impossible dreams.”

—Felicita “Terry” Robinson, Seven Letters To Heaven

 

  

“The Internet has two faces: one that is inspirational, beautiful, informative, and full of many wonders; the other – ugly, dark, grotesque, and full of sickness and hate. View carefully and choose wisely.”

—Felicita "Terry" Robinson

 

 

                                                                                                                                               

 

“To disagree with someone is an indication of respect for whatever that person said – simply because you took the time to reflect, understand, and then convey your disagreement with their point of view. This exchange should in no way cause a disagreement, but merely an exchange of two different points of view.”

—Felicita “Terry” Robinson.

 

        

  

 

 

 

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