Quotes to get you through the hard days
I’m not complaining, or maybe I am, but today is just one of days when I really have to work hard on seeing the good si of things.
I’m sitting in the waiting room for my 3rd doctor visit of the day, it’s raining cats and dogs outside, my wellingtons have given me blisters on booth heals, missed the train with 3 minutes so i had to wait for 57 minutes till the next one left, I have terrible period pain (drugs give me back the ability to walk) and my ear won’t stop hurting (the reason why I’m going to so many doctors)
The thing just is that when I was walking to this final appointment, my heals bleeding and rain dripping inside my coller I couldn’t stop smiling and laughing to myself (I’m a crazy lady in the making), you see it hurt soo bad that the only thing I could think of was a quote I just read in Haruki Murakami’s book What I Talk About When I Talk About Running which is
"Pain is inevitable. Suffering is a choice"
On other days it might be quotes like "work so hard on your bad sides that they are considered interesting characteristics" (quote I came up with when I got sick and tired of all the very obnoxious artists coming to the cafe where I worked), or "Failing to plan, is planning to fail" etc etc etc
Now I wonder, what sort of quotes get you through bad days, hard times, awkward moments?
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“How do you solve a problem like Maria?” Quote: Julie Andrews (wait it was Mother Superior). But seriously I always say “Wealth is not determined by what you have but what you give” I do not know where I got that. I love “Laughter is the best medicine”.
I think of Eddie Murphy Delirious quotes or Caddyshack quotes when I’m really sad. “It’s a Cinderella story…”- Bill Murray.
I’m one of those pop-culture quoters like Barney Stinson or Tony DiNosso, just not funny.