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I am one of those people with the most random crazy/absurd/insane thoughts in my head sometimes. Thoughts that make my heart skip a beat. Eureka moments. Live-changing discoveries. Mundane things. That was how I started tweeting my #Lessons, and yeah I think they are sweeter than honey. *Blush*
So these are the words that came to me as I sifted through my day-to-day activities this week- through the sunny episodes, rainy days, and cloudy moments. As for the "Intelligent Answer," it was by Albert Einstein when he was a little boy. I found it on Doug & Danny Bagucci's joint blog >>> "The Think Box." Here we go...
This Week's Tweeted #Lessons:
Lesson #1: Faith should not be a hindrance to research what you believe. "Get wisdom, and in all your getting, get understanding." Proverbs 4:7
Lesson #2: When you say, "I love you," make sure you mean it. Love involves sacrifice & not mere words.
Lesson #3: "Patience is the companion of authentic faith"
Lesson #4: Be everything you speak so passionately about. Your words 'r' you.
Lesson #5: Just be still always. No storm can take you down.
Lesson #6: Stopping to appreciate nature, even something as small as ducks swimming, is worth it.
Lesson #7: Don't shun the #typeofperson willing to take you to the next level.
Lesson #8: Stay close to the #typeofperson who will make you dream bigger than your imagination.
Lesson #9: All things are publishable, but not all things should be published.
Lesson #10: An idea written on paper has so much potential than when it's floating around in your head. #Inspiration
Lesson #11: It is an excellent thing to constantly rejuvenate yourself- physically, spiritually, and materially.
Lesson #12: Google changed the world; so can you.
Lesson #13: "Do not weaken the verb you choose by qualifying it with an adverb" (origin: theoldsilly.com).
And the Intelligent Answer?
Question For the Day: Which of the #Lessons mean the most to you? And what do you think about Einstein's smart answer? Have a lovely God-filled weekend guys. If you haven't, you should read the previous post on "Tell Me About Your Late Night Dream."