Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Inspiring Quotes from Books

















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18 comments:

  1. Nice way to present the quotes! :) Some of my favorite ones as well :)

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  2. Fantastic quotes! I particularly like the C.S. Lewis one.
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  3. I love the quotes and the way you set this up. The Alice in Wonderland quote is one of my favorites!

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  4. Love your quotes. Such a variety in this topic. Enjoying looking at what everyone chose. I love that Teddy Roosevelt quote and I don't think I've ever read it.

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  5. I really like the way you arranged with all the photos!

    Top Ten Tuesday

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  6. Wonderful way to highlight the author along with their quote. Some classic ones there and fantastic. ~ Perpetual New Girl

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  7. Great selection of posts and the way you presented them! Interesting choice from Rilke's Letters to a Young Poet; it was an excellent collection and it's something to keep in mind :)

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  8. What a meaningful selection of quotes! I loved reading through them. You've picked some great quotes. Thank you for stopping by my blog earlier. :-)

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  9. I think your batch of quotes has been my favorite so far. C.S. Lewis and and Ray Bradbury and Robert Pirsig all in one spot!!! (I posted a Ray Bradbury quote too). And I am indebted to you for finally discovering who quoted "to live content with small means". Thank you for this inspiring collection.

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  10. Love the Ray Bradbury and the Lewis Carroll ones.

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  11. Wow, heavy stuff! I do love the ray Bradbury quote though. Today's topic is making my brain do a lot of work! Great quotes!

    Michelle @ Michelle's Minions

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  12. Awesome quotes, and I love the way that you’ve formatted this post.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  13. I love that Rilke quote!! And seeing the photos alongside them really added something to the words. Thanks for stopping by!

    Elaine @ Elaine in Words

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  14. I love that Rilke quote!! And seeing the photos alongside them really added something to the words. Thanks for stopping by!

    Elaine @ Elaine in Words

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  15. You certainly did select some inspiring quotes. I was cracking up, however, as I read several of the quotes I would look at the faces in the picutres and so many of them were frowning men. It made me laugh at the sight. Thank you.

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  16. Oh, I do love quotes and thank you for posting these! I think I like Theodore Roosevelt's the best out of this bunch, though all of them are wonderful. But I don't agree that "cutting edge fashion" is important, Mr. Rushdie ;)

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