From Gloria Steinem’s book, Revolution from Within: A Book of Self-Esteem
- “Tell me and I’ll forget.
- Show me, and I may not remember.
- Involve me and I’ll understand.”
— Native American saying
“Freedom is what you do with what’s been done to you.”
— Jean Paul Satre
“We wear our attitudes in our bodies. I grew up looking like a question mark – am I ok? do you approve?
— Patti Davis
We grow neither better nor worse as we get older, but more like ourselves.”
— Mary Lamberton Becker
“When we look for the missing parts of ourselves in other people we blot out their uniqueness.”
“How can one love the ocean AND the desert? It is simple. the desert was once the ocean’s fl0or.
— Laquna Pueblo
Write down in whatever order or way they come to you, the things you wish you had received in your childhood and did not. You have just written what you should do for yourself.