10 Literary Quotes That Can Brighten Your Day
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10 Literary Quotes That Can Brighten Your Day

Popular quotes that can make anyone's day a little better!

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10 Literary Quotes That Can Brighten Your Day

As an English Literature major, I come across new authors and stories all the time. Each one brings new perspectives and ideas to life that I hadn't thought of before. I find myself writing down new quotes every day, in hopes that they can help me now or in the future. Life can be hard sometimes, especially when we're all just trying to find our place and make the most of what we have. We forget to see things in a positive light. So I've compiled a some quotes to help all of you who need a little and guidance and positive words in your lives.

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This is one of my favorite quotes. It reminds us that there are so many amazing things in this world that we take for granted every day that we should admire and cherish instead.


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This quote speaks volumes about how the world worked, and still works today. People don't believe that things can happen, yet they want easy solutions to their problems. We all have to have some faith that things will turn out alright.

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Sometimes life doesn't always go as planned. If we keep expecting certain things to happen, we will continually be disappointed. In some instances, expectation is most certainly a good thing. However, it can affect you in a negative way, as Shakespeare points out.

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Every day brings new opportunities to meet new people and make new relationships. However, a lot of us allow judgments and thoughts about people get in the way of actually seeing who they really are. Before we make assumptions, it helps to try and get to know someone and what they've been through.

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I feel that this quote can relate to many people. In this age where technology allows more people to show off their creativity and talent, there is also more criticism and harsh words. This makes people feel that what they do or what they made isn't good enough, but that's not the case. If it's good to you, then have the courage to show it to the world.

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Happiness is a key aspect of life. Not much else matters when it comes down to it. So find happiness for yourself and cherish memories you create.

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This also has to do with having some courage. Have the courage to move to a new city, make new friends, join a new club, or something you haven't done before. It can lead to many more opportunities.

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Jane Austen has a really good point here. Basically, actions speak louder than words. So do things that you'll be proud of, and things that will make you happy.


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No one is perfect. We all can be crazy big messes. So own it, live it, and accept things for what they are. If you want to change, it's up to you.


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I end with a simple quote. These three things are important for everyone. If we all are silly and honest and kind to ourselves and those around us, life will be that much better.

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