“You’re a little mover and a shaker. You’re going to change the world.”
Ok, I am not sure why I am tearing up as I write that sentence, but I am. It’s just me, I’m emotional.
I heard that phrase from my mom for over 23 years. I heard it on my first day of school, my first presentation, my first test, mission trip, job, my first “what am I doing with my life” crisis . . . anytime anything robbed my hope and joy my parents were there with that phrase.
So now I am a bit older (but just a bit) and I have these little phrases I repeat over and over in my head. They help me through my job, they remind me of my worth, they remind me of His love.
Words can transcend time and history. They can resound within our heart for years. That’s what words do: they impact a person . . . a child.
So in celebration of words, and the message given to us in the Word, below are two famous quotes.
I want to know what resonates with you. Which one inspires you most and why?
Mother Teresa, Roman Catholic nun
“The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread.”
Princess Diana, Princess of Wales
“You can’t comfort the afflicted without afflicting the comfortable.”
Which one makes you want to become a mover and a shaker?