Three Days Three Quotations Challenge: Transformed

June 24, 2015 garden 006

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“We are not trapped or locked up in these bones.

No, no. We are free to change.

And love changes us.

And if we can love one another,

we can break open the sky.”


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Walter Mosley

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June 24, 2015 garden 007~

 

With appreciation to Deb at  Unexpected in Common Hours who invited  me to participate in the Three Quote Three Day challenge. Please follow the link to see her photo of one of the first caterpillars I’ve seen this year.  It is lovely.

I am happy to participate in this challenge, but have decided only to pass this challenge on to those who want to participate. 

Creekrose has let me know that she is ready for the challenge, and I hope you will visit her to see what her creative mind finds for us today. She always has something fun and thought provoking to offer us.

Should you be up for the challenge, kindly leave me a comment and I will be thrilled to invite you tomorrow.

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Woodland Gnome 2015

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June 24, 2015 garden 005~

“Do you not see how necessary

a world of pains and troubles is

to school an intelligence and make it a soul?”

  John Keats

 

About woodlandgnome

Lifelong teacher and gardener.

5 responses to “Three Days Three Quotations Challenge: Transformed

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  2. I recently discovered Walter Mosley and am devouring his books.

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  4. Like both quotes, but LOVE LOVE LOVE the first one!

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