Quote of the week

Dear all

Everybody has come across quotes that can be so true at times, we have kept them in mind, write them on good bye cards and attach them below our emails. STEPS would like to know what your favorite quote is, if you have one please post it on the blog and allow other people to be inspired by it as well when they can use some instant inspiration.


Here’s my personal favorite to start things of

Work like you don’t need the money

Love like you never been hurt before

and dance

Like no one is watching!

Mark Twain


4 responses to “Quote of the week

  • Keith

    Men [and women]’s best successes come after their disappointments.

    Henry Ward Beecher

  • David Lee

    My Quote of the week and for all time is from E.M. Forster “Howards End”


  • garethhgeorge

    I have two:

    Strange it is, that men should admit the validity of the arguments for free discussion, but object to their being “pushed to an extreme”; not seeing that unless the reasons are good for an extreme case, they are not good for any case. Strange that they should imagine that they are not assuming infallibility, when they acknowledge that there should be free discussion on all subjects which can possibly be doubtful, but think that some particular principle or doctrine should be forbidden to be questioned because it is so certain, that is, because they are certain that it is certain. To call any proposition certain, while there is any one who would deny its certainty if permitted, but who is not permitted, is to assume that we ourselves, and those who agree with us, are the judges of certainty, and judges without hearing the other side. JOHN STUART MILL


    just because i talk like a 5 year old doesn’t mean i think like one. ANON

  • johnnyc1959

    “You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty”.


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