Ben Naga has invited me to participate in The 3 Days, 3 Quotes Challenge.
A very good blogger and close friend asked me to participate in a 3 day three quotes challenge. Most of you know I don’t accept awards and shy away from the challenges because of time demands. But for Ben, dear Ben I will follow through.
Ben is a witty writer whose words will leave you pondering the thoughts of for hours. Ben is a thoughtful and caring person. His humanity is evident in his writing so make it a priority to visit his blog. Click on any of Ben’s name highlighted or click here
Here are the rules for the 3-Days, 3-Quotes Challenge are:
…..1. Thank the person who nominated you. (See above. 🙂 )
…..2. Post one fresh quotation on three consecutive days.
…..3. On each of the three days, nominate three folk who have not yet taken part to continue the challenge.
Today’s Nominees are:
(There’s no order just the way I found the links. Each of these ladies are dear to me.)
Finding my blogger friends to pass this on to was the easy part but picking a quoted from all the great people who opened their mouths and their words became quotes was exhausting.
But below is that I choose one for today is from
Khalil Gibran (Jubran Khaili Juban 1/6/1883 – 4/10/1391)
He was born a Lebanese and died an American. He was a poet, painter, writer, philosopher, theologian and visual artist.
The words of his I choice to share are
The person you consider ignorant and insignificant is the one who came from God, that he might learn bliss from grief and knowledge from gloom.