Monday, July 27, 2015

List of Three Word Zen-isms

Three Word Zen-isms

  • Think Happy Thoughts
  • Believe in Yourself
  • Nothing is Impossible
  • Knowledge is Power 
  • Follow Your Bliss
  • Follow Your Passion
  • Pray it Forward
  • All is Well
  • Be your Best
  • Believe You Can
  • Believe, Achieve, Receive
  • Change is Good
  • Count Your Blessings
  • Do Your Best
  • Dream, Believe, Achieve
  • Health is Wealth
  • Keep the Faith
  • Laugh out Loud
  • Love Your Enemies
  • Never give Up
  • Today's a Gift
  • Smile, Sparkle, Shine
  • Be the Change
  • Remember to Live 
  • Try Something New
  • Forgive and Forget
  • Prayer Changes Things
These Zen-isms are listed for all to use. 
We all know so many, so if you have any you'd like to share,
please post them in the comment section and I will add them to the list.
Think Happy Thoughts

1 comment:

  1. Oh wow, congratulations on your new Zenter! I emailed you directly as soon as you left your comment. Didn't you get it? I am sure I did something wrong with these emails or it went somewhere else. I looked for your direct email here and on Call it What you Quill, but couldn't find it. This is such a gorgeous looking site. I love the tile at the top.
    Moo -
    I'm pretty sure they're a US company. They came up with this tiny moo format that I do every fortnight. It was originally offered to a beauty salon who ordered heaps and each moo had a set of fingers with different manicures that the salon offers. These mini business cards were a hit. The size also became popular with crafters and artists. I discovered the Moo Mania blog via a tangler who participated in the Diva's challenge when I was still doing them every week.
    I am currently working on a large quilling piece that I would like to enter in a competition in October. Plus putting some finishing touches on a few pieces for another competition in September. I am also checking for 2016 wall calendar on a weekly basis. As soon as they come out, I will start tangling each month - I want to give my parents a tangled calendar for New Year's. Last year they were given one tangled by a local artist who self published them and sold within the local community. And I thought "nah, I can do better" and they will have an original and unique one :) Do you know what else I'm thinking - I will see the inchies and moos to the end of the year, as I wan't a full year's collection. But next year, I will dedicate only to ATC's with a view of putting them up for sale on Etsy and eBay.
    It's inspirational people like you that keep the tangling alive within me. I'm just busy with something else at the moment.
    This is a gorgeous site and you are gorgeous looking. Here is a comment for you: 'Be Bold!'. It's exciting that you are planning zenclasses. Be even more bold - open up an Etsy shop already, you have heaps of worthy artwork.
    Hugz, z :) 'z' - my favourite letter and a fitting on in the world of zentangle.


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