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Monday, 11 April 2016

When do our thoughts, ideas and opinions become quotes and sayings .....?

To get inspired, to get motivated, to get full of life .... we go in for quotations of great people. Many of us you know have the habit of writing down a good quote in our Diary, or on a sticker on our desktop or mobile.  We find the most appealing quote and feeel happy and write down the same ... and wish to go in the direction of thoughts indicated by the thinker.  The truth is , that quote or saying appeals us which coincides with our own thinking and attitude. We feel happy that even such a great personality, had the same ideas as you have. We confirm our ideas to be true and worthy, when some great personality also holds the same thought, opinion.
This obviously means, we have great ideas, only thing we are not so sure that it is a great idea. May be we dont have the skill to put it in short and effectively. I am sure if we continue to go to the inner depths of our thinking about which we are pretty sure of of a break through .... that is the thought which one would be able to write down as a quote. Later if we find a quote or saying which resembles.... you will much more happier. You will be much more happier if you find a saying, that resembles your own.
What are the qualifications for crystallizing and recording a thought, opinion into a quote ?
1. Continuing quest for knowledge
2. Clarity in thinking
3. Bent of mind towards finding answers from within
4. Relating day today experience to the inner realizations.
5. Patience to record thoughts and opinions
I, you and any one can come out with out sayings and quotes which can read and re-read my any one for unraveling the mystery of human n thinking and its depth.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              “I hate quotations. Tell me what you know.” 
― Ralph Waldo EmersonThe Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson
“In quoting others, we cite ourselves.” 
― Julio CortázarAround the Day in Eighty Worlds
The wisdom of the wise, and the experience of ages, may be preserved by quotation. Isaac D'Israeli
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