Posts Tagged ‘Quotes’
i need some quotes about life.
101 Intriguing And Funny Quotes And Conversations From Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland And Through The Looking Glass. Original Stories And An Extra Chapter Are Included. One Of The Largest Collections Available In One Book. Includes 3 Free Bonuses. Hot
101 Famous Quotes From Alice In Wonderland
The best relationship quotes I know are very amusing as well as very descriptive of real life. I always find enjoyment in reading them and so today I will share a few with you. Where possible I have included the source of the original quote to give credit to their author.
We all know and love amusing and it is worth remembering that humor has always to be a principal element in a good relationships. One of the most down to earth quotations I can remember was when Oprah Winfrey was asked about her experience of relationships and she replied, «Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take the bus with you when the limo breaks down.” There is a lot of truth in this!
On a more serious note, Mark Twain described love as “the irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired.” There is this quote , credited to Leo Buscaglia, “Too often we under estimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around”. He also said, “Love is life. And if you miss love, you miss life.”
It is those little things in a relationship that can cause it to grow or fall apart. It is so easy to always blame your partner when you are discontented but Martha Washington said “I have learned from experience that a greater part of our happiness or misery depends on our dispositions and not on our circumstances.”
There are some quotes that are both beautiful and sad at the same time, such as the following from the English writer, Somerset Maugham, on unrequited love being “The love that lasts the longest is the love that is never returned.”
When Colin Powell said “None of us can change our yesterdays, but we can all change our tomorrows”, he probably was not thinking romantic relationships yet it merits being remembered. Why hold a grudge against your partner because of what they have done in the past? You can do nothing about it now so why not drop it, as long as the same thing does not repeat itself all the time.
“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much” Said Helen Keller. Despite being born blind and mute she achieved so much more than the rest of us will manage to do in a lifetime. Being part of a couple and then a family gives us the chance to be so much more. Relationships would be so much happier if we said thank you and I love you just a little more often. We should learn to appreciate the gifts we have.
Mother Theresa is quoted as saying “There is more hunger for love and appreciation in the world today than for bread”. Tell your partner today how much you love and appreciate them today, to avoid a day when you wished you had listened to these relationship quotes.
For further information click here http://mylove-breakup-makeup.com
Horse quotes, equestrian quotes, dressage quotes, words of wisdom from the masters of classical riding: a single sentence can change the way you look at horses and horse riding forever.
Horse quotes and horse riding quotes can be inspiring, heart-warming, educational or amusing. Educational quotes can make us think, comical ones can make us laugh and when the quote touches on a subject close to our hearts, it can even bring a tear or two to our eyes.
Reading quotes and marvelling about how accurate and true they are is entertaining, but could they possibly have a more influential effect or our personal riding experience? Could a quote really make a difference to how well you ride, on how effortlessly you interact with your horse?
To master the art of classical riding, physical practice is not enough. Mental training is as important as physical training if you truly want to learn how to communicate flawlessly with your horse. This is not a new discovery, far from it, the concept was familiar to horseback riders and trainers more than a thousand years ago.
Modern Masters confirm this belief in no uncertain terms. There are endless examples of equestrian quotes validating this statement. One of the most impressive and most complete is this one from Charles de Knuffy: “Horsemanship is not merely a matter of bodily skills, but is based on scholarship and, therefore, is a matter of the mind and intellect. Good horsemanship is based on proper character development and, therefore, is also a matter of mentality and spirit. Without the correct attitudes and insights, there cannot be the right sport.”
But what have quotes got to do with mental training?
Affirmations is one of the techniques that have been used for decades to change human behaviour. An affirmation is an emphatic statement that you make to yourself. Everyone uses affirmations, intentionally or unintentionally. You wake up in the morning, jump out of bed and exclaim “I am a great rider”. That is a positive affirmation. Or you drag yourself out of bed in the morning and whimper “I am a rotten rider”. That is a negative affirmation. Both statements determine the emotional state you are in and affects you confidence levels.
We can use affirmations to improve our riding, our relationship with our horse, our ability to perform under stress. Affirmations are used successfully in all areas of personal growth and self improvement.
It is estimated that an average person has 10,000 thoughts or images flashing through his mind each day. At least half of these thoughts are negative, such as “I struggle to learn new riding skills. I learn much slower now than when I was younger. My memory is getting worse and worse!” Unharnessed, a steady dose of worry and negative thoughts can severely damage your self-esteem.
For an affirmation to be effective, it has to conform to certain requirements. It has to be stated in the positive, present tense and in the first person. They should also contain an emotional and visual component.
An example of a good affirmation is: Using these principles an affirmation may look like the following: “It is deeply satisfying (emotional) that I (personal) respond (present tense) with wisdom, love, firmness, and self-control (positive) when my horse misbehaves.”
But how does horse quotes fit into this equation?
Equestrian quotes can form the foundation of extremely effective and influential affirmations. The same quote can have different effects on different people. The secret is to choose a quote that means a lot to you personally, and transform it according to the rules above into your own personal power-affirmation.
Take the following quote: “The smell of hay, leather and saddle soap immediately transports me back to the stables where I learned to ride as a child, bringing with them a warm glow of happiness and excitement.”
Whenever you feel stressed or tired, cheer yourself up with a similar affirmation. Remind yourself of a time when you felt happy, excited, motivated and positive. Create your affirmation in the present tense, make it personal, emotional, and visual.
Quotes can be used in many different ways to enrich your riding experience.