3 Day Quote Challenge! Day 2

I have been nominated for the 3 day quote challenge by:

A Leap of Faith

Thank you for thinking of me and for all the interesting and informative blog posts! If you haven’t yet checked it out you really should stop by. I enjoy the journey into true self acceptance and personal strength that she is chronicling.

Rules:

  • Thank the person who nominated you.
  • Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day).
  • Share why this quote appeals so much to you.
  • Nominate 3 different bloggers for each day.

Today’s quote:

Einstein

Nothing we have now or know now would have come about if someone didn’t imagine it first. To piggy back onto yesterday’s quote, it’s important to think for ourselves, reach farther, imagine more!

It fits also into the general topic of this blog, labels are a good start but if we are so rigid as to not use our imagination the label can quickly become stifling. With the knowledge we have we then need to think of our own wants and needs and imagine a life/dynamic that fits us. It’s with that understanding that we can move forward.

This can be applied to family, work and relationships as well as tools and new inventions but it doesn’t stop there. Imagining a world different than what we have can help us to imagine a world where we really can understand each other and finally live as one human race.

Imagine yourself in someone else’s shoes, and then imagine what they need … with that understanding we can then create a world we can be proud of. All of us.

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My Nominations:

The Journey of a lifetime …. 

Teased and Denied

Thrill of the Chaste

2 thoughts on “3 Day Quote Challenge! Day 2

  1. When I was composing my post last night, I included a quote, as I noticed your post and thought to myself “nijnje’s bound to nominate me for this sooner or later, she’s a mischievous little bunny”. Sure enough. Well, challenge accepted, wabbit.

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