Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Oscar Wilde

Be yourself

May Oscar Wilde’s quote inspire you to be, love, and accept yourself.

Thank you Colleen Chesebro at SilverThreading.com for this week’s open invitation to quote a writer. This week she quoted Theodore Roosevelt. Check out the Theodore Roosevelt quote and learn more about Colleen Chesebro‘s Writer’s Quote Wednesday at SilverThreading.com.

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18 responses to “Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Oscar Wilde”

  1. Amazing how hope is something that develops, like a spiral, or that you experience at an ever deeper level.

  2. We’ll always have hope unless we give up on ourselves and those that love us.

  3. Thanks for the pingback!

  4. My pleasure! Thanks.

  5. Well done! Thanks for your great quote! Glad you found your way here. 🙂

  6. Now that is a truly funny image – bunch of amateur actors doing their best to pretend to be who they are not.

  7. Thank you so much! I’m thrilled you like it.

  8. I truly love this quote! Thank you for sharing. By the way, as I read it, I LOL as I tried not to remember all the people trying to be someone else.

  9. Kit, your new blog layout is amazing. Such lovely bright colour, beautiful pics and easy to navigate. Wow! I love it

  10. The clone would have different life experiences, so would be unique. DNA does not define us. Our choices and experiences also play a role. I know that you are playing around here, though. Time for me to pay you a visit.

  11. Hmm, but what if I’m a clone of myself? Am I a different person or myself in duplicate? (Sorry, I have to be difficult! I wonder what Oscar Wilde would’ve done in his fiction with the concept of cloning?!)

  12. I have always loved that quote!

  13. My couch salutes your couch.

  14. Nice. I’ll sit on this here couch and type responses to comments on my blog.

  15. lol! I like the truth in this quote 🙂

  16. All we have to decide, is what to do with the time that is given to us. JRR Tolkien

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