12.08.2010

Semi Wordless Wednesday: Thinking In Circles Edition

I have been doing a lot of thinking lately.

A lot of soul-searching, heart-break, re-living, and crying it out has been happening too.

I have begun to look at my life, the things that have happened, and the people who have been apart of it all and I am in awe. I am in awe of the strength of not only the human body but the mind and spirit.

Do you realize how much crap we encounter on a daily basis? How many heart breaks occur in our lifetimes?

Its absolutely awe-inspiring what we as human beings are capable of. Not only what we are capable of experiencing but what we are capable of enduring as well.

It boggles my mind. Here are some of my current inspirations.

 

17 comments:

Bonnie said...

I like the last quote best :)

Amanda C said...

great post. i've been thinking (and crying over) those same things tonight. thank you for putting it into words. :)

♥ Elizabeth said...

Oh, I've been the biggest cry baby today and tonight... over stupid things. I love this post. I love the last one! It hits home for me more than you could know. Thank you for sharing your inspirations with us :)

♥ Annie ♥ said...

I was meant to see this post at this very moment. I know it. I just wrote a post on my blog about how down I've been lately. Your post has given me something to think about. There is hope. Thank you!

chambanachik said...

That final quote was something my heart needed.

Thanks.

Christine Jain said...

I LOVE this. Both the quotes and your thoughts before. That Joseph Campbell one is priceless. Lovely post, thank you :)

Christine Jain said...

I LOVE this. Both the quotes and your thoughts before. That Joseph Campbell one is priceless. Lovely post, thank you :)

annoyed army wife said...

Uh, thinking is bad. I try not to do too much of it. :)

Allie said...

Beautiful, made me feel better at work. Thank you.

Kaylee said...

I absolutely love that last one!

Sarah Ann said...

These are awesome inspiration quotes. I love the one about creating yourself vs. the typical "finding" yourself.

*~BrittDill~* said...

Love this! I actually have a necklace charm with the next to last quote on it!

*~BrittDill~* said...

Also...I stole the last quote for my FB status! :)

Carmen said...

Love this post. I've been thinking a lot about stuff like this too. I loved reading all of these. I needed it.

Team Mama said...

Matt and I have said frequently that- at the place in life where we are right now- we never could've planned or predicted it. It is like hiking up a steep mountain- and only God can see what's on the other side. If we could see what is ahead...we probably would turn around and run back down as fast as we can. But when we trust in Him- and believe in what He has in store for us- it takes us to wonderful new adventures and some not so wonderful learning experiences- that help us become who and what we are supposed to be! And it is ALWAYS better than what we would've planned for ourselves!

Whitney said...

very inspirational!

Maranda said...

Those are great! I especially love the last 2.