Movie theaters are not a place you’ll find me very often. Not sure if it is my short attention span in a dark place where my wheelchair needs to stay quiet (and turned off – as not to blind the person sitting next to me with my control lights), or if it’s my dislike of the cold temperatures in said theaters, or if I’m just willing to wait for the DVD.
My quotes are from the book, mind you, because a trip to the theater to see the movie was not on my agenda this week. (Update…I watched the movie and added more quotes here).
Golf’s Sacred Journey: Seven Days at the Links of Utopia by David Cook is a great read for golf enthusiasts. Despite the fact that I’m not a golfer the story and the lessons were deep when applied to anyone’s life. It’s a quick read, so pick it up if you get a chance. No doubt the quotes won’t give away any critical plot line.
Find what you do well and perfect it.
Significance in life in the end will be measured by character, relationships, values, virtues, and faith.
You never really know when you might meet someone who will change your life. More importantly, you never know when your influence might change another life.
In life we must be willing to coach and be coached; either one alone will leave us empty.
I don’t believe that we take into consideration the far reaching effects that our everyday decisions have on our destiny, the lives of others, or the world as a whole.
I’ll see the movie when it comes out on DVD, but I’m always glad to read the book first.
Update: See my post on movie quotes here.