3 Quote 3 Day Challenge

thank you Barbara for nominating me for the three Day Challenge.

I nominate: Melinda, Richard & JustJan


Very simple, not too much work …. Post three quotes for three consecutive days, and nominate three new bloggers to take on the challenge each day and thank you for your nomination.

I would like to pass the The three Day Challenge on to three other wonderful bloggers. Just thank the person and look for your quotes. They can be from books, something someone has said or your grandfathers favorite saying. Three quotes a day for three days. Enjoy everyone.

3 days 3 quotes

Quote #1 “Nobody has the right to not be offended”.

-Salman Rushdie

salman rushdie

Quote #2 “When we quit thinking primarily about ourselves and our own self-preservation, we undergo a truly heroic transformation of consciousness”.

-Joseph Campbell.

joseph campbell

Quote #3 “Where would Big Brother be without the human ego?”

-Gavin Kerslake.


8 responses to “3 Quote 3 Day Challenge

  1. Salman Rushdie sure looks arrogant in that photo.
    I don’t like what he did, it was inflamitory on purpose, calling the Quran “Stannic”, was absurd, as far as I remember, he’s a Hindu, and if he is going to start slingng insults at other religions, best he include his own, Hinduism, has a cast system, which is racist to the core, I would call the caste system satannic.

    • this quote is one of my all time faves because: I’ve spent so much time analysing/ruminating about things that only have me being constantly ‘re-offended’.

      it’s amazing the lengths some people will go, just to be offended…
      people will find books, search the internet & watch TV programs, just to be offended.

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