For all of April, I’m going wordless for the A to Z Challenge.
The title of each post is a phrase/ sentence that inspires me as a
writer, and below is a picture I think best embodies it. In the
comments, I invite you to discuss what the phrase means to you, as a person, a
reader, or whatever other role you might choose for yourself in life.
|Make the small, large: Image via Pablo Garcia Valdivia|
Simplify. Make life easier.
Even small words have power.
You have a lovely blog.
Wonderful post today. Thank you.
For my money, it is the small thought from which comes the great deed.
As ever, your posts spark my imagination.
Good things sure come in small packages…but the bigger the better 🙂
That is such a cute lizard. You don't need to be big to be great. Sometimes the small things can be so very important.
Perception is everything – without the finger in the photo we would never know how small the little critter really is.
"Make the small great."
Sometimes I think a biography can be in a glance, and understanding that may take a lifetime.
Perspective is everything in this photo – so small a creature, but if the finger wasn't there would we realize that?
We never know when a small discovery will lead to something great!
Tina @ Life is Good
Co-host, April 2013 A-Z Challenge Blog
Well that photo is really the perfect example, isn't it? Such a tiny thing brings such joy because it's so adorable, I almost can't stand it. 🙂
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It's just so cute!! 🙂
He doesn't know he is small/ he is the victor of the fingertip
"Make the small, great" – I believe this means never underestimate the day of small beginnings. It could also mean appreaciate every small way to your goal during the journey, because one day those small steps will achieve the impossible. I want to thank you for visiting my blog today also, and I hope you have a wonderful day! 🙂
My mother would say the same thing about it's the little things in life that count! Nice to have a meaningful phrase!
Mary Montague Sikes
in writing it's the details that appear on first glance to be little things but in the larger scheme are in fact the big ones
I immediately think of sentences. Since they're the building blocks of great prose, I think of crafting the most vivid sentences I can. Because beautiful sentences add up to beautiful paragraphs.
Finding joys in little things add up a lot of happiness! A wonderful thought to practice and an awesome pic 🙂
I love that picture and I agree with Alex's wife 🙂
So sweet and cute.
As my wife would say, it's the little things in life that count.
Every thing we do we must do with love and focus – beautiful!
I feel that each small moment should be enjoyed to the fullest possible!
such a cute wee thing, though I'd be nervous of squishing it, and the sentiment that goes with it is brill.