Quote Challenge: Day 2

Hello everyone! 🙂

I accepted the 3 Day Quote Challenge nominated by Mayankk Sharma. So today is the second day of participation.  Once again, Thank you Mayankk for making me a part of this challenge.

Rules:

  1.  Post for 3 consecutive days.
  2. Select and share 1-3 quotes per day.
  3. Challenge/Nominate 3 bloggers to join each day.

My Quote for Day 2 is:

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“It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light.”

-Aristotle Onassis

This is the quote I’ll try to idealize in my life. When we are in bad times of suffering or failure, we blame everything and stay stuck in darkness. Instead of that, we should focus more over finding the way out of darkness and look for the solution rather than fussing over the conundrum. There is always a door open for the renewal.

My Nominees:

  1. Opher’s World
  2. Psychedelicaby
  3. chirose

There is no obligation for the nominees to take part in this Challenge but it’ll be fun if you participate.

For visiting my Quote Challenge: Day 1, click here

Thank you! 🙂

Love ❤

 

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Author: Shreya Sharma

Hi! This is Shreya Sharma from India. I'm a lively dreamer who loves to put her efforts to achieve her goals. Happiness is the foremost priority to me and WordPress is a blogging platform that gave my life a new meaning of happiness. Being a voracious reader, I love to read books and write. Writing is a passion and I can't help myself put words to my thoughts and ramblings. I hope you like my work. Feel free to share the feedback. You are most welcomed. Much love!

10 thoughts on “Quote Challenge: Day 2”

  1. What if someone has been in the dark for too long? Wouldn’t the light just overwhelm them, causing to seek the refuge of what they were running away from in the first place?

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  2. That’s a very interesting quote. I certainly believe in seeking light, but not everyone is ready to move to it quickly. I think compassion is required to give a person time to heal – rather than seeing them as stuck and wallowing in suffering. I liken it to a cocoon. The darkness is a place of transformation before emerging to face life in a new way. 🙂

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