This quote had signed my outgoing e-mails for a long time. At those times in life when I had to choose between comfort of the known and the uncertainty of the unknown, I borrowed inspiration from this line. Make a note of it in your mind. When you plan to indulge in something aspiring but new, when there’s a conflict between your heart and your mind, when you face a struggle to break free from your nutshell; be it for anything – a personality trait or a life choice – and when the comfort of your certainty zone pulls you a little too strongly, just dwell into this:
A ship in the harbour is safe but that’s not what ships are built for.
You’ll get your solution! You’ll decode your potential!
Image History: That was during our ship sail at the South Atlantic Coast in Florida, close to Apalachicola. The sight of those hungry predators following this fishermen ship reminded me of disgusting human hunger for every silvery stuff on this planet.
Thanks to Destination Infinity for the tag to the Quote Challenge!
I tag the following fellow bloggers to continue the challenge.
It goes like this:
1. Post one of your favorite quotes (different quote on each day) on three consecutive days. The quote can be from your favorite book, author, or your own.
2. Nominate 3 bloggers to challenge them.
3. Thank the blogger, who nominated you.
It is okay to take up the challenge again if you’ve already done with the first round. And it is okay to take up this challenge if it interests you even if you are not tagged here. We would never know which quote would inspire who and when. Life is so much full of serendipity!