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    7th Grade Social Studies
     
     
     

    It was truly a pleasure having all of you as

     

    students this year. 

     

    We really enjoyed your hard work, commitment and

     

    enthusiasm to learning as well as the caring,

     

    compassion and kindness you displayed to us and 

     

    to each other throughout the year. 

     

    We wish you a safe, happy and healthy Summer!

     

    See you in September.

     

     

    HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!!

     

    Have a look at what your classmates found interesting this year.

    During this year, I learned one important thing. Like what we learned on the first day, how you live depends on where you live. All year, we just added onto this idea.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned in Social Studies this year was about the presidents and the government. This was the most interesting for me because it showed the struggles and issues the past presidents had. It also included how they fixed the problems. The government connects us more to the real-world. Learning about the Constitution and the three branches of government allows us to have a better understanding of how the United States is governed.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year was that there are checks and balances to keep the three branches of government equal.

     

    The most interesting thing we learned about all year through my eyes was how elaborate the whole Civil War was with all the different battles and all the different locations. The most interesting battle was The Battle of Gettysburg because of how much it brought both sides down and how shocking it was. I greatly enjoyed the year and the information you taught us, Thank you!

     

    The most interesting thing I learned was how many people died during the Civil War and how brutal it was. I think it said 600,000 people died.  We hear about how many people are dying from Covid 19 and I thought that was a lot until I learned how many died during this very bloody war.

     

    I learned a lot about history, but I also learned how to write in complete sentences when I was responding to questions. I also learned some studying tricks with the index cards and I think I became a little more organized because of your class. Thank you.

     

    The most interesting thing we learned this year was the Revolutionary War. I chose this because it held the most interest for me. I liked learning about the strategy and planning went into it. Also, I liked learning how the troops survived on the little they had.  Have a Great Summer.

     

    The most interesting thing we learned this year was about the land and the geography. This was interesting to me because we did a painting of it during the first week of school and it made me realize how cool all the different land’s geography was.

     

    The most interesting thing all year was the Declaration of Independence for several reasons. After so many years, the United States decided to be the first nation to base their country on liberty and equality, with the Declaration of Independence. Not only that, the Declaration was alluded to time and time again throughout history. President Abraham Lincoln, in his Gettysburg Address, referred to the Declaration when discussing the fallen soldiers and the equality of African Americans. Women edited a copy of the Declaration to include women and to argue for their rights. Time and time again, throughout history and even today, the Declaration of Independence is referred to and influences our country.

     

    The most interesting thing that we learned about to me was the American Revolution. It was the easiest to learn and I had a lot of fun learning about the ways our country rebelled for freedom and to become the United States of America. I did also enjoy trying to memorize part of the Declaration of Independence, it was a challenge, but it paid off in the end.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year was how people built the railroad.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned in seventh grade social studies was the United States Constitution. This really gave me a full understanding about where I live and the country I love.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned in social studies were the different battles of the revolutionary and civil war. In the past, we learned about these wars, but never learned about the battles.

     

    The most interesting thing we learned about in class this year was the Revolutionary War. I loved learning about the battles and how brave everyone in the war was when they were fighting for our country. I loved learning about our nation’s history, but this unit was by far my favorite.

     

    My favorite unit this year was immigration. It was cool to learn about the tenements. It was also interesting to learn about the trips to New York and the security questions asked.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned was Native Americans lived in longhouses.

     

    We learned a lot in Social Studies such as the Native Americans and how they learned to hunt and farm. I also learned how immigrants traveled to America in steerage. My favorite part of 7th grade Social Studies is where people live determines how people live.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned in social studies is about the battle of Gettysburg. The reason of this is I thought Lincoln respecting the soldiers was a nice thing.

     

    My favorite thing that I learned this year was the Immigration Unit. It was very interesting to see how people came over to our country. I also liked learning how and where they lived.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned was the civil war. my grandfather war in one of the wars that we learned about, but I don't know which one. so, learning about it was really cool to know what my grandfather did when he served.

     

    The most interesting thing was learning about the Declaration of Independence.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year was the Bill of Rights is the most. I was reading it and I noticed a funny little thing. A lot of the rights given to us by God have been infringed by the lawmaking branch. First is the use of God. Who's God? In school we are unable to even mention any God. Next, they have stopped the first amendment, our freedom of speech. We can be fired from our jobs for "offending" someone. Saying something "offending" could get your house burnt down or a brick thrown through your window. They want to take away our second amendment, our right to bear arms. We were given the second amendment because our Founding Fathers wanted us to be able to defend ourselves from the government becoming too strong or controlling. This important right is being taken away from us. Riots now bring up the question: isn't it more important that we have guns now, to protect ourselves, our property and our families from the rioters? And they want the police gone, or lower their funding, isn't it more important to protect ourselves from crime, because what police is going to be here to protect us from crime and uphold the law?

     

    I loved the lesson about all the presidents. Your class was one of my favorites to be in.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned about this year in class this year was immigration unit because it was cool seeing everyone heritage and artifacts from their families’ past.

     

    I think learning about the Iroquois was the most interesting thing I learned this year.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned about this year in our class was The Louisiana Purchase because I did not know anything about The Louisiana Purchase until I learned about it in class. Something I learned was that instead of buying the city for Thomas Jefferson they bought the Louisiana territory. The other interesting thing I learned this year in class was that The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln was just supposed to be a kidnapping but instead they killed him.

     

    I remember learning about the Iroquois and the different tribes. they were all unique in many different ways.

    Learning about the Civil War.

     

    The most interesting thing I learn in 7th grade social studies was the American Revolution. It was fun and interesting. The stories of the battles the colonists fought were very interesting.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned about this year was the presidents and the government! I thought that this was the most interesting because the government and its branches just made me want to hear more about the whole government. But what was the most interesting is how the government works!

     

    I learned that the Star-Spangled banner was written on the Delaware. It was written by Francis Scott Key.

    The most interesting thing I have learned all year was how Abraham Lincoln’s mom died and he grew up to be an important part of a war.  He was also a president when he only lost his mom at 9.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned about was the Civil War, I liked it because it was one of my favorite wars that I personally like hearing about. I will miss you so much, you were such a great teacher and you helped me get my grades up this year.  I hope you have a great summer and I will see you next year.

     

    We have learned many different things about our country this year. One of my favorite topics is when we studied immigration. One day I hope I can go to Ellis island to see were the immigrants arrived.

     

    I learned many new things in Social Studies and found learning from home is not easy. There are too many distractions. The most interesting thing though was slavery and the struggles they faced.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned in this class this year was learning about all the acts that were passed by the British Parliament against the colonies. I think that the Townshend Act - glass, lead, paper, paint, tea, will forever be engraved in my mind. It was also interesting learning about the buildup into the Revolutionary War.

     

    The most interesting thing we learned about in Social Studies was all about the Civil War and all the battles that went on in between. I found it very interesting to learn all about the enslaved African Americans and how they were treated. Overall all the topics we learned about were interesting, but the Civil war was the most interesting to me.

     

    The most interesting thing I have learned this year in your class was the British three-pronged battle plan to win the war because I thought it was interesting to find out that that plan failed.

     

    My favorite thing was learning about the tribes because it is interesting to learn what our ancestors did.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned during Social Studies this year was about the Revolutionary War. This was the most interesting to me because I learned how we separated from England. We fought for our independence and rights and became the United States of America. This was the most interesting through the whole year in my opinion.

     

     

    The most interesting the thing I learned was the civil war it was very interesting thing because everyone always talk about it but i never got to know what actually happen. It’s interesting how many battles were in it. And I also liked learning about immigrants. I thought it was hard for all immigrants, but it was really ways for old ones. And how they would have to use that little pick to check their eyes it was really cool to learn about all the things. 7th grade social studies was the most interesting so far throughout the years.

     

    My favorite thing to learn about this year in social studies was the politics because the things that we learned about happened recently and not hundreds of years ago.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year was living in a tenement and the examinations getting to America from other countries. I just thought it was like you needed to have passports, and that’s it.

     

     

    The Iroquois was my favorite. I've always loved native American history:)

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year was when we learned about how the U.S expanded. I liked learning about how we expanded.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned all year was the Civil War. This was most interesting to me because I have always loved learning about that sort of history. In fact, I have always wanted to live back then and experience what it is like to not have a cell phone or the internet and enjoy talking to my neighbors in a small town. I have always wished that could happen and learning about it almost makes it real.

     

    The most interesting thing I have learned was how the United States had a war on itself. It was confusing because I don't think any other country had a war on its own people.

     

    The most interesting thing we learned about in my opinion was the American Revolution. I chose this because I always loved learning about wars. I chose the Revolutionary War over the Civil War because you were able to add your own charm to it.

     

    In Social Studies we learned a lot about the history of America. My favorite thing that I learned was how we got all the land in the first place because it’s cool to see how much the U.S has grown.

     

    The most interesting thing that I learned in social studies this year is the Civil War. I picked this one because I loved the different ways that you would explain the battles on the map to us. I really am going to miss my favorite teacher in the world. I say this because you have a lot of good qualities that my other teachers never had in the past. I really appreciate for all the help this year. Have a great summer.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year in Social Studies was the Civil War. It was jam packed with wars and you described it so intensely and funny that it was my favorite to the start of the Unit to the end of the year. Also, I loved it when Codi thought people had phones in the 1800's and Mr. Smith stole your giraffe.

     

    The most interesting thing we learned this year was the Civil War.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned was from the declaration of independence. It was very interesting to learn about it.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this way in our class was about the different presidents. We learned about our history and how they each had an impact on where the United States of America is today.

     

    I think the most interesting thing I learned was the assassination of Abraham Lincoln because he was the first president to be assassinated.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year was how America grew for a country.

     

    Something interesting that I learned this year was immigration. I learned that some immigrants traveled in steerage. The immigrants had to go through a health and mental health examination.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned about this year in our class was President Abraham Lincoln's assassination. I never knew his original plan was to kidnap him, and I never knew John Wilkes Booth was an actor. This interested me so much because it was so intriguing and always kept me interested and wanting to know more.

     

    The best thing I learned this year was having Ms. Maciag as my teacher. She taught me so much. She is one of my favorite teachers ever definitely.  She is sooo smart and reallllly fun and funny :))  One interesting thing I learned from social studies was that Abraham Lincoln and John Wilkes Booth were not friends.  John Booth wanted to kidnap Abraham Lincoln, but his plan didn't work out, so he shot Lincoln instead at a theater. Abe died in the hospital bed the next morning.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year is that most of the presidential precedents were set by George Washington. It is very interesting that a single president can set an example of how all the other presidents do their job.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year was the Civil War. I think this because I like learning about the wars that happened in American History. I like the stories it tells you about the people that fought or were alive during the war.

     

    I think that the Revolutionary War units. I like this unit because to me it was very interesting.

    The most interesting thing I learned this year in Social studies definitely was the Revolutionary War.

     

     
     
     

    The most interesting thing that I have learned this year was about the Civil War and Lincoln’s assassination.

    With some people I was not really close to as friends with but now I am, and I learned that they are all amazing people.

     

    What I was most interested on was how our country became the United States of America.

     
     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year was the Civil War. I thought this was the most interesting thing because it was unclear to me before, but now I know all of it. Also, it showed one of the many ways our country was changed and fixed.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned all year was about the presidents. This was very interesting because I got to learn about what some of the presidents have done and what happened to them. P.S. Have a great summer Mrs. Maciag.

     

    Out of everything we have studied in social studies this year, the most interesting thing I learned about this year was Lincoln's Assassination. When reading about this topic I became very interested on what was happening and I never really knew the reason why he was killed and who killed him till this year. I feel that learning this topic can help me in the future.

     

    The most interesting thing I’ve learned this year was about the Presidents. Learning about what wars and battles they held. What wars and battles we won and lost.

     

    One of the most interesting things that I learned this year was the causes for the civil war. I always thought that slavery was why the two sides were fighting, but it was so many more reasons. The Union wasn't even fighting to end slavery until the Emancipation Proclamation was written.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year was the Civil War. This was the most interesting thing I learned because I thought it was cool to see how our country split and how they fixed it to what it is today.

    I learned that the history of our country is very important. I learned that we have to be thankful for the country that we live it.

     

    One of the most interesting things I learned about this year was that where you live determines how you live. I like how even though we learned it at the beginning of the year, it still applies to what we are learning at the end of the year, the Civil War.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned in social studies this year was the Civil War.

     

    I liked how we were learning about the Iroquois and how we had to select one tribe and do a project on it! it was fun to learn about them!

     

    One interesting thing I learned this year in social studies was slavery and how it was banned.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned in 7th grade was that Thomas Jefferson was an inventor. I didn't know that he connected two pens together to write twice as fast! I think that is pretty cool because people used that for a while but now we have computers and copy machines so there is no use for Jefferson’s invention.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned was the Civil War. I believe it was very and interesting on what happened and the results. I loved it and it was a great experience.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned about this year in social studies was the different territories in the United States before we really became united. I liked learning about because before everyone became part of the Union there was different territories that people lived in like in the Louisiana Territory where France had taken over but then was given to Thomas Jefferson, so they could have the Mississippi River for trading. Also, I like how when you think of history it all forms together like the territories started to form together into the Union and after the Civil War we really started to join as one.

     

    One of the most interesting things I learned this year was probably government.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned in social studies this year was about Abraham Lincoln's assassination. I think this is the most interesting thing I learned this year because I went to the theater where Lincoln was shot, and I went to where he passed across that street the next day.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned about in this class was about the Native Americans. I think this because their culture was very different than the British. For example, they thought they lived on a turtle and they thought dancing would cure sickness.

     

    I think the most interesting thing we learned this year was about the government. I chose this because I never really knew about the gov’t until this year.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned about this year in class was that Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by Booth. If Lincoln wasn't assassinated, I'm sure that he would have more accomplishments. He would have made more history, (even though he did already).

     

    The most interesting thing I have learned this year in social studies are all about the battles in the Civil War. I find it crazy that over 100 years ago, so many important battles have taken place that are still strongly recognized today and will never be forgotten.

     

    The most interesting thing was we learned about all the presidents and the historical things that they changed in us history.

     

    The most interesting thing for me was when we learned about the unit when there was one leader from Europe that was trying to take over the world. I loved coming in and you would just get right back into the story.

    The most interesting subject.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year in social studies is that where people live determines how people live. This applies to all people in all different locations; always.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned in Social Studies this year was that certain presidents were better than others because they were more significant than others by doing something important for the United States.

     

    The most interesting thing we learned in our class was probably the Civil War. I enjoyed that a lot because I got to learn about all the wars, and how they started and ended.

     

    Throughout the year, my favorite part had to be learning about the presidents. It was interesting to learn about their lives such as Abraham Lincoln, how he was shot and killed by John Wilkes Booth. Also, I liked learning about slavery. It was also interesting to learn about how African Americans were treated and the events throughout that time.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned about this year was about was the Civil War. I thought this was interesting because it was a big event that happened in history. It was interesting learning about what life was like back then and how they lived.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned all year is that the Declaration of Independence wasn't signed by George Washington. This is interesting because George Washington was the first President and a General in the army.

    I think the most interesting was the first thing we learned. The fact that a people's environment shaped their culture and society really stuck with me through the year.

     

    I found that the projects were the most interesting.

     

    My favorite thing that we learned about in class was the Revolutionary War. I thought the Revolutionary war was the most interesting topic we discussed, this was because it was a very interesting time in American History. I liked learning about it more than the Civil War because we got to learn it in person and that made it more interesting to me.

     

    I think the most interesting thing in my opinion was learning about the Iroquois because it had always interested me even before we learned about it.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned about this year in our class is when we were in the beginning of quarantine and we were staring to learn about women’s rights back then and now. I liked that lesson because it showed what women had to go through back then, and how they didn't have equal rights like men and how they tried to do stuff they weren't allowed to do just because they were women.  But now life has changed so much for women rights since back then and it shows that life has come a long way.

     

    In social studies when the units would end, and we have a test we would make flash cards and different strategies to help study.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year in social studies was probably how Lincoln died. When Lincoln got shot I was thinking about how everybody would be affected by that.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year is how Dred Scott a slave had the courage to try to sue for his freedom even though it did not work. but even is that I found out that MS Maciag is in fact my favorite teacher I have ever had. I thank you so much for everything you have done for I am so grateful to have you as my seventh-grade social studies teacher.  Know I am very appreciative of you and I look up to you. Thank you for a great year maybe even the best year of my school carrier I am going to miss being in your classroom even though we will be in the same school and probably see each other often it will not be the same without you to teach us. Thank you and have a great summer.

     

    The Most interesting thing I learned was how to be organized and be accountable and responsible for everything you do. That is exactly what you taught me!

     

    The most interesting thing I learned this year was about the colonies and the various acts that were issued against them by Parliament and King George III. I liked this subject because it taught me about why we decided to secede from Britain and become our new nation. I also like how you taught me the three inalienable rights from the Declaration of Independence.  Have an amazing Summer!

     

    I learned many things in school this year. My favorite thing I learned is was about the Civil War and its many battles.

     

    The most interesting I learned about this year in Social Studies was the immigrants. This was the most interesting thing I learned because I got to learned what it was like when people came and how they lived. It was also interesting because I got to learn when did each nationality came from. I enjoyed this topic a lot.

     

    I loved learning about the American Revolution. My favorite part was The Treaty of Paris. I found it very interesting and I had a fun time writing my practice essay on the American Revolution.

     

    I learned about the many battles in many major wars in history. Like how the Battle of Antietam in the Civil War was the single bloodiest day in all of history.

     

    I enjoyed learning about the immigration process. I found it interesting to see what people have to go through to get into the U.S. Finally, I loved having Ms. Maciag as a teacher and I will miss her so much. Have a great summer!!

     

    I think the most interesting thing I learned is knowing when to try.  Mr. Hayden, I would like to thank you so much for helping me when I was upset about the things the rest of the class knew when I didn’t. You didn’t take my excuses, but I have many, but they were all real. I had many things to say to you some were good some were bad, but I just wanted to thank you for making my 7th grade year a year to remember.

     

    I really liked learning about immigrants. I found it interesting all the things they had to go through when they got to America and what they had to do to get to America.

     

    The most interesting thing I learned was that the Iroquois had a Confederacy.

     

    The most interesting thing that I learned about in Social Studies this year was the Revolutionary War. I think it was the most interesting because it was about how our country became what it is today.

     

    I learned how fun school is with all the teachers and the things we learn. The things we learn are very cool and kind of funny at times. I had a great year with all my teachers and I made a new friend along with it.

     

    I enjoyed learning about the very beginning of the country that I live in today. I found it very interesting how so many different things could change into what the United States is today. With so many events throughout American History it makes me feel that one slight change in an event could've completely changed what the United States is like today.

     

    Most of the presidents in order from 1 to 40.

     

      
     
     
     
     
     
     

     

    Need a pick me up?

     

    Here are the inspirational quotes from all of you!

     

     

    "Yesterday is history.  Tomorrow is a mystery.  Today is a gift.  That's why we call it 'The Present'."  -Eleanor Roosevelt  

     

    “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”  -Mahatma Gandhi  

     

    "You must never be fearful about what you are doing when it is right" - Rosa Parks

     

    "Let us always meet each other with smile, for the smile is the beginning of love."  -Mother Teresa 

     

    "Be yourself; everyone else is already taken" -Oscar Wilde

     

    "If you don't risk anything, you risk even more" -Erica Jong

     

    “I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.” - Thomas A. Edison

     

    "Real strength has to do with helping others" -Mr Fred Rogers

      

    “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot  drive out hate: only love can do that.”

    -Martin Luther King Jr. 

     

    "Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming it" -Helen Keller

     

    "The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall." -Nelson Mandela

     

    "A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor" -Franklin D. Roosevelt

     

    "Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having even more. If you concentrate on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough." -Oprah

     

    ''The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain.'' -Dolly Parton

     

    "Our greatest glory is not in falling, but in rising every time we fall"  -Confucius 

     

    "Complaining about a problem without proposing a solution is called whining"- Theodore Roosevelt 

     

    “I can’t relate to lazy people. We don’t speak the same language. I don’t understand you. I don’t want to understand you.”

    -Kobe Bryant 

     

    You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll join us. And the world will live as one" - John Lennon

      

    "Change your thoughts and you change your world." -Norman Vincent Peale  

      

    "Today I will do what others WON'T, so tomorrow I can accomplish what others CAN'T" - Jerry Rice

     

    “Life isn't about finding yourself.  Life is about creating yourself.”  ― George Bernard Shaw  

     

    "Things work out best for those who make the best of how things work out." - John Wooden

     

    "You have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world." -Harriet Tubman

     

    "Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss you'll land among the stars" - Les Brown

     

    "The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a person's determination." -Tommy Lasorda

     

    "Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does." - William James

     

    "Never limit yourself, never be satisfied, and smile-it's free!"- Jennie Finch

     

    "If you are working on something you care about, you don’t have to be pushed.  The vision pulls you." - Steve Jobs

     

    I can accept failure.  I can’t accept not trying again- Michael Jordan

     

    "Change your thoughts and you change your world"  -Norman Vincent Peale 

     

    "Push yourself, because no one else is going to do it for you."  

     

    “Out of difficulties grow miracles.” —Jean de la Bruyere

     

    "The only thing you have to fear is fear itself"- Franklin D. Roosevelt  

     

    "Life is short, break the rules, forgive quickly, love truly, laugh uncontrollably, and never regret anything that made you smile. Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off people you don’t like. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails.  Explore. Dream Discover. " - Mark Twain 

     

    "This life would be a whole lot better if we just made an effort to be less horrible to each other." - Ellen Page 

     

    "Life is not a problem to be solved but a reality to be experienced." - Soren Kierkegaard 

     

    "All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them"  - Walt Disney

     

    "Don't let yesterday take up too much of today." -Will Rogers

     

    "Learn from yesterday, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning." -Albert Einstein

     

    "Make your life a masterpiece, imagine no limitations on what you can be, have or do."  -Brian Tracy 

     

    "Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world." -Harriet Tubman

     

    "Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that."

    -Martin Luther King Jr.

     

    "We all have self-doubt you don’t deny it, but you also don’t capitulate to it. You embrace it."-Kobe Bryant

     

    “With the new day comes new strengths and new thoughts” -Eleanor Roosevelt  

      

    "Obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up.  Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.” -Michael Jordan 

      

    “Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous  than absolutely boring.” -Marilyn Monroe 

        

    "Whatever brings you down, will eventually make you stronger."   -Alex Morgan   

     

    "It is our attitude at the beginning of a difficult task which, more than anything else, will affect its successful outcome." 

    -William James

     

    "Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue with what counts."  -Winston S. Churchill 

     

    "Well, when all hope is lost, sometimes a good laugh is all you need to stay positive. Helps cope with what's bad while opening your eyes to what's good." -Tommy Andreasen

     

    "Nothing is impossible.  The word itself says 'I am possible!'" -Audrey Hepburn

     

    "When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful." -Malala Yousafzai

     

    “The most wasted of days is one without laughter.” - E. E. Cummings  

     

    "This is just part of growing up, a little adventure, a little rebellion"-Tangled 

     

    “I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.” -Thomas A. Edison

     

    “Each person must live their life as a MODEL for others.” -Rosa Parks  

     

    "Every strike brings me closer to the next home run." –Babe Ruth 

     

    "It's supposed to be hard. If it were easy, everyone would do it "  -Jimmy Dugan  

     

    "Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever." -- Mahatma Gandhi 

     

    "I Have Not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." - Thomas Edison 

     

    "I always forgive, but I never forget" - Randy Moss 

     

    "Never quit, never give up. Just keep fighting. In the end, it will pay off." - Gabby Douglas  

     

    "Challenges are what make life interesting. Overcoming them is what makes life meaningful."- Joshua J. Marine 

     

     “It's not the size of the man that matters, it’s the size of his heart that matters.” -Evander Holyfield  

     

    "Leaders never use the word failure they look upon setbacks as learning experience” -Brian Tracy 

     

    "Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope- Martin Luther King 

     

    “You've gotta dance like there's nobody watching, Love like you'll never be hurt, Sing like there's nobody listening, And live like it's heaven on earth.”  -William W. Purkey

     

    "We choose our own path. Our values and our actions? They define who we are."   

    -Stefan Salvatore

      

    "Make your life a masterpiece; imagine no limitations on what you can be have, or do." - Brian Tracy 

     

    "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they  must be felt with the heart."   -Helen Keller 

      

    "Some failure in life is inevitable. It is impossible to live without failing at something,  unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all – in which case  you fail by default"    -J. K. Rowling  

      

    "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” -Martin  Luther King Jr.

      

    "Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can't lose."   -Bill  Gates   

      

    "We're all in this together" -High School Musical

      

    "I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." -Thomas A. Edison 

      

    “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” - Theodore Roosevelt  

     

    "Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope." - Martin Luther King, Jr.

     

    “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that." -Martin Luther King Jr.

     

    ''You already know what the right thing to do is… you just gotta do it''- Jocko Willink

     

    "Never let your Head hang down.  Never give up And sit down and grieve.  Find another way. And don’t pray when it rains if you don’t pray when the sun shines." -Leroy Satchel Paige.

     

    "Sometimes you will never know the VALUE of a moment, until it becomes a MEMORY."  -DR.SEUSS 

     

    ''Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows; it empties today of its strengths'' -Corrie ten boom

     

    "Change your thoughts and you change your world.” -Norman Vincent Peale

     

    "I love it when people doubt.  It makes me work harder to prove people wrong.” -Derek Jeter  

     

    “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” ―Albert Einstein 

      

    "Make your life a masterpiece, imagine no limitations on what you can be, have or do."- Brian Tracy

     

    "You can't win unless you learn how to lose." 

     

    "How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard"  -Winnie the Pooh

     

    "You're off to great places! today is you day! Your mountain is waiting, So….get on your way!" -Dr. Seuss

     

    "A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor" - Franklin D. Roosevelt  

     

    "the way I see it, if you want a rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain."  - Dolly Parton
     

    “There are no limits to what you can accomplish, except the limits you place on your own thinking.” -Brian Tracy

     

     "Believe you can, then you will." -Mulan

     

    "Believe you can and you're half way there." -Theodore Roosevelt 

      

    When we love, we always strive to become better than we are.  

     

    "When we love we always strive to become better than we are”

     

    ''If you can dream it you can do it'' - Walt Disney  

     

    "Pain is temporary. Quitting is forever." -Lance Armstrong

     

    Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts- Winston Churchill.

     

    "The most wasted of days is one without laughter." - E.E.Cummings

     

    "Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement.  Nothing can be done without hope and confidence." --Helen Keller 

     

    "If you only carry one thing throughout your entire life, let it be hope. Let it be hope that better things are always ahead. Let it be hope that you can get through even the toughest times. Let it be hope that you are stronger than any challenge that comes you way. Let it be hope you are exactly where you are meant to be right now, and that you are on the path to where you are meant to be... Because during these times, hope will be the very thing that carries you through" - Niki Banas

     

    “I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.” ―Thomas A. Edison

     

    "There is only 1 thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure"-Paulo Coelho

     

    "Only in darkness can we see the stars"- Martian Luther King Jr

     

    "A day without laughter is a day wasted"

     

    “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” ―Theodore Roosevelt

     

    "Thing is, though, fear is worthless.  It stops you when you need to keep moving most. And it only exists inside your head." - Alexandra Bracken

     

    “There are only two ways to live your life.  One is as though nothing is a miracle.  The other is as though everything is a miracle.”― Albert Einstein

     

    "Strength grows in the moments where you think you can't go on but you keep going anyway” -Team Conscious

     

    "Try not to get lost in comparing yourself to others. Discover your gifts and let them shine"- Jennie Finch

     

    “Weak people revenge.  Strong people forgive.  Intelligent People Ignore.”  -Albert Einstein

     

    "If you set your goals ridiculously high and it's a failure, you will fail above everyone else's success." -James Cameron

     

    "The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge, but imagination." - Albert Einstein 

     

    "If you can't fly, then run, if you can't run, then walk, if you can't walk, then crawl, but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward. - Martin Luther King Jr.

     

    “Without love, life is rock n' roll without a drummer”- Hairspray

     

    “You have brains in your head.  You have feet in your shoes.  You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  You're on your own.  And you know what you know.  And YOU are the one who'll decide where to go...”  -Dr. Seuss

     

    "Just keep swimming” -Dory

     

    "In order to succeed your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure” -Albert Einstein 

     

    ''Strive not to be a success but rather to be of value'' -Albert Einstein 

     

    "Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game" -Babe Ruth

     

    "It's not what happens to us, but our response to what happens to us that hurts us" -Stephen Covey 

     

    You have power over your mind, not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength -Marcus Aurelius

     

     
     
     
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