Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Quite the quote!

Okay I admit it sounds a bit trite but q isn't the easiest letter to work with .
Still all that aside I am inviting readers of this blog to share from their current readings passages that have impressed them, made a difference to their life or just plain made them laugh.I have another one ready(hint its another children's author[is this genre all I read these days!]and has nothing to do with the plot of the book which is..."Down in the Cellar" by Nicholas Stuart Gray) You can link to a blog posting of your quote on your blog in the comments section if you like or just put your quote in the comments.


4 comments:

mary said...

Count me in. will leave you a comment and a link to my page once I have found that quote that is worthy of a quote.

mary said...

now I've read heaps and heaps of passages that have moved me, inspired me, challenged me and identified with my experiences. Do you think I can find one at the moment or remember one from the past? Blank! I will keep reading and post as soon as possible

mary said...

I have made a post - Horton Hears a Who

Anonymous said...

I have a quote for you from "Ludmilla" by Paul Gallico. Here is my quote:
"For a prayer need not be a rehtorical address, or an itemized petition, or lips moved soundlessly inside a cathedral , or even words spoken into the air.A prayer may be a wordless inner longing, a sudden outpouring of love, a yearning within the soul to be for a moment united with the infinite and the good, an humbleness that needs no abasement or speech to express, a cry in the darkness for help when all seems lost, a song, a poem, a kind deed, a reaching for beauty or the strong, quiet inner raffirmation of faith.
A prayer in fact can be anything that is created of God that turns to God."