Gratitude Quotes

All the quotes here are selected by the author of this blog, Nicole Stoddard, for your enjoyment. I envision they will assist you in keeping on task; to increase your faith, feed your desire, and nourish your purpose to be rich. 

Week 1, Chapter 1 –“The aims of the 2nd half of life are different than those of the first”.  –  Carl Jung, Psychologist

Week 2, Chapter 2 –“When I am forced to think, I expand my mental capacity. When I expand my mental capacity, I increase my wealth”. Nicole Stoddard, Seeker 

Week 3, Chapter 3 – Every difficulty carries with it the where-with-all to overcome it. Jim Collins, Author, Good to Great

Week 4, Chapter 4 -“The anxiety I feel is a result of viewing the world through a reactionary lens”. Nicole Stoddard, Seeker

Week 5, Chapter 5 – Consider the lilies of the field how they grow: they toll not, neither do they spin; And yet I say unto you, That even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Bible, Luke 12:27

Week 6, Chapter 6 –“Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail what you resolve” Ben Franklin, Inventor 

Week 7,  Chapter 7 – “We are like lutes, once held by God. Being away from His warm body fully explains this constant yearning.” Hafiz, Poet, Sufi Spirit Master 

Week 8, Chapter 8 – You won’t get what you expect if you don’t expect (inspect) it. Nicole Stoddard, Seeker

Week 9, Chapter 9 – My waking thought . . . “I am the catalyst for change. I will command my thoughts to think Truth – Wholeness – Abundance!” Nicole Stoddard, Seeker

Week 10, Chapter 10 – . . . it was true vision, a little of what you would see if you opened the door of perception, friends . . . Tom Wolfe, Author

Week 11, Chapter 11 – Sometimes all you need is a seat at the table. It’s Your Ship by Captain D. Michael Abrashoff, former commander, USS Benfold

Week 12, Chapter 12 –  Do you know what happened to the boy that suddenly got everything he ever wanted . . . he was very happy. Gene Wilder, Actor, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Week 13, Chapter 13 – The more often you do a thing, the more likely you are to do it again. There is no certainty that you will gain anything else from repetition than a likelihood of further repetition.  Idries Shah, Sufi Spirit Master

Week 14, Chapter 14 – Sitting here thinkin’, what the world will be like when no one works no where for nothing. Don’t you ever wonder if the things that you do will one day mean something to someone. Tukey Buzzard, Rock-n-Roll Musicians

Week 15, Chapter 15 – “God Bless Us Everyone” –Tiny Tim, A Christmas Carol 

Week 16, Chapter 16 – If you don’t do it by yourself, you’ll never know if you’re any good and if you don’t know that you’re good, you’ll never be good. Jim Collins, Author, Good to Great

Week 17, Chapter 17 – Being rich is knowing when you have enough.The Dalai Lama, Tibetan Spirit Master

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