Color Blind



From “I Am the Night-Color Me Black”, The Twilight Zone

This year I decided to honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday by devoting a post to the ideals that he stood for and tried to bring across America. Hatred of others needs to stop.


I love this quote, because so often people forget that racism, bigotry, and prejudice crosses all boundaries; color, age, sexual orientation, gender, etc. And these things should not be tolerated.


We may never be able to eradicate these things from the world, but if we all try to stand against we can make a difference, no matter how small that difference may be.


Remember we each can make a difference.


After all, his did.


To read more of my favorite quotes, go to Promises Were Made to Be Broken

For more on The Twilight Zone, go to A Trip to the Mall Turns Into the Twilight Zone


A Little Bit Of Love



I love this quote, because it is so true. Often all one needs is some love and attention to know that they are special, important and do matter in this world. If everyone took care to show that or give of themselves, maybe the world wouldn’t be so ugly a place at time.

one word


For more on Frank Peretti, go to Part IX: Adventures in Movie Lines

For more of my favorite quotes, go to First Impressions

We Share a Deep Connection


This is so, so true. Whenever I found out someone has similar interests in the same novels as me, or that they share the same love of books, I feel just like Anne Shirley; we are kindred spirits.



One time I freaked a guy out by telling him that. This guy Burt and I were discussing books we loved in English, and after we had exclaimed our similar interests, I announced that we were kindred spirits, you know just goofing around. I guess he thought I was serious and was after him, or something, and distanced himself from me as far as he possibly could. Oh well, I can’t help the fact that I can be so intimidating, I was just born that way.


And for all you people that intimidate others without meaning to, who are just living their life accidentally scaring, frightening, or freaking others out; embrace it. Embrace the fact that you are intimidating and use you powers for good,not evil; to help make the world a better place. 😉

To read more book related posts, go to True Treasure