Can I Quote You on That?

Winter in the park

Never tell a young person that anything cannot be done. God may have been waiting centuries for someone ignorant enough of the impossible to do that very thing.

John Andrew Holmes


7 thoughts on “Can I Quote You on That?

  1. oh, he wrote that for me. I’m claiming it. That is the quickest way for me to do something, you’re probably the same way…kim

    Hey Kim!
    Yup, it definitely spoke to me too. 🙂


  2. I’m stealing this Annie, and putting it into the children’s bulletin for all the young people at our church. Thank you, you just saved me hours of looking for a suitable piece of wisdom for this week. 🙂 I knew I had started lurking again for some reason.

    Miss you, miss this, still crazy,

    Jennifer´s last blog post..It’s all fat!

    Hey Jen! *waving frantically*
    Feel free to use it. I don’t own it by any stretch of the imagination and it would be a nice quote for young and curious minds I think. Hope you are back soon – miss you bunches.


  3. Great quote. I’ve never been one of those people who you can tell me it can’t be done to inspire me to actually attempt it. I wish I were, tho and I admire people that are doggedly stubborn and challenged like that. Me, I’ll just go find something else to do…

    C´s last blog post..Never A Dull Moment!

    Hey C,
    Well, it doesn’t matter to me if you’re stubborn or just find an alternate route – you’re one in a million, baby. 😉


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