one-liner Wednesday

One-Liner Wednesday: What?!

“This is certainly nice publish, I’m going to shaire the idea for our frinds.”

–comment recently left for me very randomly on an old post of mine, caught by the WordPress spam filter. I appreciate the “compliment,” but WordPress is clearly right about this kind of comment!

Note: this post was created as part of LindaGHill’s One-Liner Wednesday. The criteria is for the one-liner to be funny or motivational. In the past, I’ve usually gone with motivational, but this time I had to go with funny when I saw this as I did a long-overdue purge of pending comments…hope you enjoyed it. I figured many of my fellow bloggers would be able to relate to this kind of amusing“comment!” 🙂

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One-Liner Wednesday: Comedy

“Comedy is the art of telling the truth about what it’s like to be human.”

-from The Hidden Tools of Comedy: The Serious Business of Being Funny by Steven Kaplan, published in 2013 by Michael Wiese Productions.

Note: This post was written as part of LindaGHill’s One-Liner Wednesday. Check it out and take part if you can; it’s a lot of fun!

One-Liner Wednesday: Wasting Time

“You cannot afford to waste another minute being unfulfilled, unsatisfied, and underutilized.”

-from Steve Harvey’s Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success: Discovering Your Gift and the Way to Life’s Riches, published by Amistad (September 9, 2014).

Note: This post was written as part of blogger LindaGHill’s One-Liner Wednesday. Hope you you found it helpful!

One-Liner Wednesday: Life Purpose

“If an issue makes you feel upset, that’s an indication that your life purpose involves helping to resolve that issue.”

– quote pictured in a lovely post on jsack1’s blog this week and attributed to “Assertiveness for Earth Angels.” I loved it the minute I read it and had to pass it on as part of LindaGHill’s One-Liner Wednesday!

One-Liner Wednesday : En Français!

« La plupart des gens trompent parce qu’ils accordent plus d’attention à ce qui leur manque plutôt qu’à ce qu’ils ont déjà. » 

Note: This was posted as part of LindaGHill’s fun blogging event known as One-Liner Wednesday. I came across this great one-liner on an online service aimed at people learning French; I studied it myself but have gotten rusty over the years, so I often seek out sites where I can brush up on it. This sentence roughly translates to: “Most people are misguided because they devote more attention to what they’re lacking rather than on what they already have.” Very true!