A Quote for Thought

“I am not a product of my circumstances. I am a product of my decisions.”
Stephen Covey

I love that quote. It makes you accountable, responsible and cognizant of your actions and reactions.
So think about your choices wisely. What you are doing today, is who you’ll become tomorrow. That’s my quote.


About aboomersvoice

First and foremost, I'm a baby boomer and damn proud of it. The ones reading this post survived. Some didn't..We are the generation that crashed through barriers, broke through the norm and made our own rules. We paved the way for others to follow their bliss. One of the largest breakthroughs was probably equal rights and opportunities for women. Thank you Gloria Steinem and Betty Friedan. We burned our bras, well, most of us did. We marched against politics we didn't believe in, staged protests not knowing we could easily be silenced by a bullet, experimented with drugs, meditation and guru's. We traveled with backpacks across the country and throughout the world..We had a voice. We had a choice. We had a mission. We had freedom and we were united. I am a writer, traveler, explorer, observer and participant in life. I am part of the expansion of baby boomers who still believe in the original message of peace and love. Take this journey.with me. Who knows where it will take us next ?
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4 Responses to A Quote for Thought

  1. Rainee says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog today. It is great that you have subscribed. I like the look of your site too. Is it ok to include your link (Blogroll) on my site? Cheers, Lorraine


  2. I like your quote better than Covey’s. He and everyone else is a product of our circumstances, but he’s learned to use the possibilities of his decisions to change his life.


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