Safe Harbor
Everyone needs a tranquil, healing sanctuary, a safe harbor from
the storms of a troubled world.  
-- Marian Reish
I have faced great storms and faced them bravely, but sometimes I need to cast
anchor in a sheltered place where no storms come...alone, with thoughts of the
storms I've weathered and the ones yet to come.  
-- Gerald McLaughlin
We sometimes find that the storms of life have driven us, not upon the rocks we
feared, but into the haven we were seeking all along.  
-- George MacDonald
A mist envelopes the evening and, finally, the peace of a day
almost done envelopes me.  
-- Marie Carroll
I've often wondered why it is that my troubles disappear at the
water's edge, why they drift away to a destination far removed from
my shoulders, where they had so recently resided.  -
- Regina Price
The importance of a personal sanctuary cannot be overstated -
someplace away from the swing of the sea, where we perform
the duty of taking care of our souls.  
-- Christopher McDowell
Our greatest experiences are our quietest moments.  -- Friedrich Nietzsche
The best advice I ever received was to find a snug, safe harbor and visit it
often to refresh my thoughts and soothe my feelings.
-- Patricia Clarke
The longer I live, the more my mind dwells on the beauty of the world.  I have
tilled the world's soil.  I have waited upon its seasons.  I have climbed its
mountains, roamed its forests and sailed its waters.  And, always, beauty
has waited upon my goings and comings.  
-- John Burroughs
Isn't it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no
mistakes in it yet?
-- Lucy Maude Montgomery
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This page is dedicated to the memory of Sandy Dixon, who departed this life on April 5, 2013.
A famous actor, known and admired all over the world, after a lifetime of great success,
was once asked how he'd like to be remembered.  He said that if someone who knew
him simply said, "He was a good person," that would be legacy enough.
Sandy Dixon was a good person.  She has left her illness and pain behind.
I know that she has arrived at a Safe Harbor.   -- Nancy