If there is one thing I would hang on my wall in the new year, it would be that calendar that said I spent a Sunday in the church pew.
If I could change one thing and do it all over again, I would make sure money wasn't the only thing on my mind.
Too much time is spent on worrying over the obstacles that stand in the way to challenge the improvement you might make through better intentions.
A pilgrim's progress is a sure thing, but the steps we take and the decisions we make define whose outcome is a certain success.
The broad way is plain to see. When in the straights of uncertainty, there are those who have come along before to show the simple how they may engage the most difficult terrain.
When choosing to decide your fate, remember those who chose the right course to get you there.
You're still on target if you have anyone with whom you can call on for a casual acquaintance and have a positive impact.
Did you ever think the new beginnings you might have made were the opportunities you passed on that made a negative impact?
One good thing I have found in being held responsible for our choices is that we may find in the alternative to our error the right way to succeed.
If I have anything provincially to retire with, it's on my mind to make it to the footfall of the next day
There's always that goodness in somebody who remembers the better qualities you possess in a friendship.
Have you thought about the possibilities if it's in your forte to put it into words what it is you wanted to say?
Somebody let me know today what it is that causes them the most painstaking in examination of conscience.
If it was pathological what put you there don't fall into the same temptations over and over.
Try to overeat when you're doing yourself a favor, and it's the same futility as before.
Half the battle puts you there. Be more careful of your objectives if your goal is to be certain.
I thought when I was young as an idealist would, but now I've retired my ambitions. The losses I've taken have every momentum in the grace that comes with age.
Back to Top
2000–2021 WriteAPrisoner.com, Inc. All Rights Reserved.