Inspirational Quotes for Your Day
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WELCOME! I'm Lisa Bowman. The Religion Network is an interfaith web site providing daily inspiration, quotes and religious resources. Faith and religion are precious gifts that bless.
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Let us live happily, without hate amongst those who hate.
Let us dwell unhating amidst hateful men.
Let us live happily, in good health amongst those who are sick.
Let us dwell in good health amidst ailing men.
Let us live happily, without yearning for sensual pleasures
amongst those who yearn for them.
Let us dwell without yearning amidst those who yearn.
Let us live happily, we have no impediment.
We shall subsist on joy even as the radiant gods.

The Buddha

Let love be genuine; hate what is evil,
hold fast to what is good; love one another
with brotherly affection; outdo one another
in showering honor.
Never flag with zeal, be aglow with spirit,
serve the Lord.
Rejoice with hope, be patient in tribulation,
be consistent in prayer.
Contribute to the needs of the saints,
practice hospitality.
Bless those who persecute you; bless and do
not curse them.
Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep.

Romans 12
Revised Standard Version of the Holy Bible

When you forget your own scheming,
happiness will come to you from
your spiritual guide.
When you forget yourself,
you are remembered by God.
When you have become His slave,
only then are you set free.




And now the Last Word:

I found out...that my personal joy is not
somebody else's responsibility.
It's my responsibility.

Joyce Meyers
Christian author





























































Bonus Quote:
One day a boy is praying to G-d when he is passed by a man
that he does not know. The man stops and asks the boy why he is
praying. The boy tells the man that he prays because G-d has
performed many miracles, such as leading the Hebrews out of
Egypt and helping them to cross the Red Sea. The man says that
the Red Sea was only about 10 inches deep when the Hebrews
left Egypt, so there was no miracle at all. The man then goes to
leave but stops when he sees that the boy is continuing to pray.
When the man asks the boy why, he replies that G-d still performed
miracles, since, "it's miraculous that he was able to drown an army
of Egyptians in only 10 inches of water!"






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