Quotes from Waiting to Live

Asa Don Brown ·  176 pages

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“Forgiveness must be initiated before life can begin.”
― Asa Don Brown, quote from Waiting to Live


“Change: How much do you want it? Change: How much do you need it?”
― Asa Don Brown, quote from Waiting to Live


“Pure happiness and peace are at their peak when your body is in harmony with itself.”
― Asa Don Brown, quote from Waiting to Live


“Our perceptions are influenced by our surroundings.”
― Asa Don Brown, quote from Waiting to Live


“Are you living in the moment?”
― Asa Don Brown, quote from Waiting to Live



“Are you seeking to be offended?”
― Asa Don Brown, quote from Waiting to Live


“Love is an unconditional state of being.”
― Asa Don Brown, quote from Waiting to Live


“Happiness is a choice and a state of mind.”
― Asa Don Brown, quote from Waiting to Live


“Life can throw curve balls of discouragement...”
― Asa Don Brown, quote from Waiting to Live


“Happiness is not giddiness or some overly inflated sense of being.”
― Asa Don Brown, quote from Waiting to Live



“Have you ever noticed that fear affects your physical mind and body?”
― Asa Don Brown, quote from Waiting to Live


“Real happiness provides you the confidence that you never thought was obtainable.”
― Asa Don Brown, quote from Waiting to Live


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Asa Don Brown
Born place: in Tulsa, Oklahoma, The United States
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