Category Archives: Quotes from the Masters

Quotes from the Masters: Plato

“Never discourage anyone who continually makes progress, no matter how slow.”  Plato Robin’s quote this week is perfect since the Olympics are going on. I saw this rider last Saturday during the Men’s Cycling Road Race. He looked tired and I … Continue reading

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Quotes from the Masters: Ovid

Each week Robin from Bringing Europe Home provides a quote and then you can interpret the quote via pictures, stories, poems, and more. This week’s quote is: “Happy is the man who has broken the chains which hurt the mind, and has … Continue reading

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Quotes from the Masters: Fellini

This is my second time participating in Robin’s Quotes from the Masters. She provides a quote and then you can interpret the quote via pictures, stories, poems, and more.  Here is this week’s quote: “If there were a little more … Continue reading

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Quotes from the Masters: Grahame

Robin from Bringing Europe Home has started a new challenge.  She will provide a quote and then you can interpret the quote via pictures, stories, poems, and more.  Here is this week’s quote: “There is nothing– absolutely nothing–half so much worth doing … Continue reading

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