Monday, January 4, 2010

new year's resolution



i started reading cold tangerines last night, {which was recommended and borrowed from a dear friend} and i really love this quote:

"today is your big moment. moments, really. the life you've been waiting for is happening all around you. the scene unfolding right outside your window is worth more than the most beautiful painting, and the crackers and peanut butter that you're having for lunch on the the coffee table as profound, in their own way, as the last supper. this is it. this is life in all its glory, swirling and unfolding around us, disguised as pedantic, pedestrian non-events. but pull off the mask and you will find your life, waiting to be made, chose, woven, crafted."

i love this! this is what i want my life to be. this year i will live my life each and every day. i will work for my goals and plans and dreams every day. i will remember to stop waiting for my life to begin, and start living it. i'm excited about where i am, and where i'm going {even though i have an open-ended 5-year plan} this is my new year's resolution.

"your life, right now, today, is exploding with energy and power and detail and dimension, better than the best movie you have ever seen. you and your family and your friends and your house and your dinner table and your garage have all the makings of a life of epic proportions, a story for the ages. because they are. every life is."

i hope this inspires you today.

12 comments:

  1. lovely! thanks for sharing and happy new year!

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  2. This IS inspiring. Now I must run out and pick up that book...

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  3. These quotes are absolutely beautiful. I think I may have to pick up this book and check it out!

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  4. It looks like a great book! :)

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  5. Left you some love on my blog today!


    http://readysetcraft.blogspot.com/2010/01/lemonade-stand-award.html

    :)

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  6. What a great post about living life and taking time to enjoy a good "roar".

    Thanks for stopping by.

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