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Love Quotes, Issue #003 -- Honoring Dear Old Dad
June 08, 2004
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Reflecting Upon Your Father

Love Quotes and Quotations - Quotations to Help Inspire and Enlighten You

Love Quotes and Quotations

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June 2004 Newsletter

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In this issue:

~ Quotes for Father's Day that Help You Reflect on Your Relationship with Your Dad

~ Keepers of the Children

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Dear Subscribers:

Father's Day is just around the corner. Whether you have a close or tenuous relationship with your dad, it is time to honor him and reflect on the ways in which he has influenced you. In my own life, I have often been surprised by the many ways my life has been shaped by my father. Examining the influence of this primary relationship is the first step in creating your own life.

At Love Quotes and Quotations, we have added two new web pages that may be of interest for Father's Day. Please check out these pages and select a quote that most reminds you of your dad. If your dad is living, copy the quote into a Father's Day card and embellish it with your memories and feelings. If your father is no longer with you, meditate on the ways your father contributed to the person you are today.

Here are a few quotes to think about:

He didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.

~Clarence Budington Kelland~

By the time a man realizes that maybe his father was right, he usually has a son who thinks he's wrong.

~Charles Wadsworth~



For more Father Quotes, click on www.love-quotes-and-quotations.com/father-quotes.html

For parenting poems that will make you think about your role as father or mother, click here.

Along the lines of fathers and parenting, I am pleased to announce that my first book, "Keepers of the Children," will be coming off the press in August. "Keepers of the Children" is unlike any parenting book you've ever read before. It uses little known Native American wisdom to show parents how to raise children to use their strengths to create lives of meaning and fulfillment. When parents give children the tools to create genuine happiness, children grow up cherishing and respecting them for these gifts.

As a courtesy to you, I am making a prepublication offer: purchase the book before the end of this week and I will pay for the shipping (as long as you live within the continental United States. Those outside the U.S. will be charged exactly what it costs me to ship the book to you. When you click on the link, you will be taken to my ecommerce site. To buy a prepublication copy of the book, enter the code: "lqmember" in the Comments Section of the Order Form.

To take a look at the book, read the back cover blurbs and download the table of contents, click on www.kokopellistreasures.com/keepers.html



I appreciate your support in my mission to help parents raise a generation of children who own their strengths and use them to create fulfilling lives and be of service to the world. If each person lead a purposeful life, imagine the kind of world this would be.

For those of you who are struggling through tough challenges right now, here's a parting inspirational quote:

'When walking through the "valley of shadows," remember, a shadow is cast by a Light.' --H. K. Barclay

That's all for this month. I hope this issue has been helpful. If you know someone who might benefit from reading this newsletter, please forward it to them in its entirety.

Thank you for being my subscriber. Know that I appreciate you.

Kind regards,
Laura Ramirez
Love Quotes to Inspire, Enlighten and Help
You Aspire to Your Best
http://www.love-quotes-and-quotations.com

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