“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” – Barack Obama

“No dreamer is ever too small; no dream is ever too big.” Anonymous.

Ever since I was in middle school, I was always the obnoxious student in English class. Every book that was assigned I took to the extreme. My one paragraph homework assignment would turn into a two page report on A Day No Pigs Would Die or some other book of that nature. I have always deeply loved books, but more specifically, certain quotes in these books.

But besides that point, words always remain in my mind long after they are said or read. They nestle a place in my thoughts and stay tucked away there in my own personal library of quotes.

Why do words mean so much to me you would ask…

For me, it is hard to believe in something that is not there or not present. Faith would be a good example of this. Now I could be a complete pessimist, or somewhat of a realist when I say I feel like I have no faith. Therefore in my times of despair, anger, and even happiness the tangible feel of words seem to pull my life together. Words are always there. Words are printed on paper or spoken directly from a person’s mouth. They are unavoidable.

In my blog, I wish to impact the reader in some way. I hope to stop and make you think. Instead of letting words go through one ear and out the other, stop to really let things sink in and obtain a deeper meaning.

Words will impact you, make you happy, make you motivated, make you aware, and most of all make you think.

So go on and read what I have to say.