Saturday, December 7, 2013

I Love and I Like

“If I had a flower for every time I thought of you...I could walk through my garden forever.”

Alfred Tennyson

“We love the things we love for what they are.”
Robert Frost

“Where there is love there is life.”

Mahatma Gandhi

“Nobody has ever measured, not even poets, how much the heart can hold.”

Zelda Fitzgerald

Here are some things I like and love.  They are in no particular order of importance.  I use like and love knowing that love, in this case, is a stronger way to say like.  Sometimes, however, I love things that I like and I like things that I love.
·      I like writing.
·      I like making money.
·      I like helping people. 
·      I like writing resumes.
·      I love seeing people get jobs because of the help I’ve given them. 
·      I love reading comic books. 
·      I love studying. 
·      I love reading books. 
·      I love sharing what I’ve learned. 
·      I love inspiring and motivating people. 
·      I love my children. 
·      I love lilies in my place.
·      I love the smell of Christmas trees.
·      I love Christmas.
·      I love my birthday.
·      I love God.
·      I love how God allows me to get to my lowest point and then rescues me or shows me how to rescue myself.
·      I love it when the rescues come from unexpected places.
·      I love how God is teaching me that I’m often the one who allowed or created those
     lowest points and that I don’t have to keep doing that.
·      I love how life is meant to be a blessing.
·      I love how my life is meant to be a blessing.
·      I love how all our lives are meant to be a blessing.
·      I love a good sleep.
·      I love naps.
·      I love the way that learning something new changes my life for the better.
·      I love the beach especially on cloudy days.
·      I love spending time alone.
·      I love spending time with the right people.
·      I like my new coworkers.
·      I like the fact that they’re teaching me Spanish.
·      I love being a teacher.
·      I love my students.
·      I love the endorphins I get from exercising regularly.
·      I love that every single day is a new chance.
·      I love that I have goals, objectives and tasks.
·      I love my friends.
·      I love my past.
·      I love my present.
·      I love the fact that even when I don’t love my present, I can choose to love it.
·      I love how I can change my behavior at any moment.
·      I love how smiling always makes me feel better.
·      I love how we are all meant to be happy.
·      I love that I can sometimes make others happy.
·      I love that when I accept my shortcomings I can be more peaceful and more loving.
·      I love to Get Started and Keep Going.
·      I love you for reading this.