Quotes

Learning From Trees

“There is a lot to learn from trees: their graceful free spirit when they fluidly sway in the breeze, their munificence when they open-heartedly give us shade and sustenance, their dauntlessness in the wildest and most tumultuous of storms, their endurance during a scathing drought and, in particular, their forbearance when we go about destroying them without a second thought.”
-The Little Mermaid, MMXVIII
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A Motto To Adhere To

“Why be plain vanilla when you can be a phenomenally explosive cocktail of maple syrup and vodka?”
-The Little Mermaid, MMXVIII
Photo Credits: Rita Hayworth, Columbia Pictures
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Stay Humane

“Feed a hungry mouth. Clothe a miserable body. Educate a poor being. Reach out to a depressed soul. Rescue an animal. Help as much as you can. Touch as many hearts as you go. Selflessly. Without expectations. The one and only approach for a human to live with stalwart dignity is by staying humane.”
-The Little Mermaid, MMXVI

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Ingenuity

“Raw ingenuity is very often misconstrued as madness by the crowd. Take no shit. Carry on.”
-The Little Mermaid, MMXVI

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Dance

“I want you to dance – anytime, anywhere, to any beat. Just forget everything and dance.”
-The Little Mermaid, MMXVI

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Friendship

“Choose your inner circle of friends wisely because stupidity is known to have an intractable contagion effect.”
-The Little Mermaid, MMXVI

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Solitude

“There are two types of solitude-one that pulls you into darkness and another one that pushes you towards light. While the former drowns a person in the tangled inferno of harrowing isolation, bottomless depression and lugubrious despondency; the latter transforms him to a fireball of energy when he is fully connected to his own being, thereby allowing the individual to get a glimpse of quintessential empyrean.”
-The Little Mermaid, MMXVI

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Mother-Daughter Relationship

“The exceptional bond between a daughter and a mother is beyond compare. During her tender years, the little girl is just a daughter to her mother. Then, they become best friends. Ultimately, as the mother eases into dotage, the role is reversed with the daughter assuming a maternal figure for the former.”
The Little Mermaid, MMXVI