#WednesdayWisdom

Here's some incredibly relevant from feminist and Civil Rights activist Angela Davis for your timeline... "I'm no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I'm changing the things I cannot accept."

“Instead of being afraid of the challenge and failure, be afraid of avoiding the challenge and accomplishing nothing.” –Soichiro Honda

"We need to thicken our skin. Our skin should be an invisible coat of armor that protects us from the vitriol of others. We'll never be able to stop people from slinging arrows at us, but we can stop them from penetrating."

The best predictor of well-being in quarantine isn't optimism or mindfulness, but flow. Study: people who became more immersed in tasks maintained their pre-pandemic happiness. Uninterrupted blocks of time are treasures to be guarded.

Be kind to others. Whether you’re a hooman, a cat, a doggo, a horse, a fish, etc. Always be kind to others. Kindness is awesome! ❤️

It's better to be 6 feet apart than 6 feet under.

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see. ~ Henry David Thoreau

Turn off the news. Don’t read the papers. Don’t scroll through Social Media. Just sit and have another coffee. It will improve your day, promise.

You have a moral responsibility to be the best version of yourself that you can be, and to help motivate others to do the same. Giving anything less than your best is just a waste.

Anything a man loves, he takes care of Remember That.

We need to inform the media 50 is not the new 80, 30 is not the new 50. It's actually perfectly ok to be 50, 60, 70 & 80! We need women's magazines & the media in general to stop perpetuating this idea. Whatever your age, you're right where you're meant to be.

"Underconfident people often overthink. Overthinking is often a byproduct of lacking confidence in yourself and your ability to make a decision and stick with it. Believe in who you are, your decisions, and your instincts."

Mawsynram, located in the Meghalaya State in India, is the wettest place in the world. It receives an annual rainfall of 11,871 millimetres. Just 10 miles away, the village of Cherrapunji comes in second. Share fact with your friends & make them aware of this.

: 🤷Quit taking advice from people you do not want to be

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