If you need emergency assistance in the United States, call Suicide Prevention at (800) 273-8255 or the Veterans Crisis Line at (855) 238-5745. Otherwise call 911 or your local emergency number.

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Quotes by Stanley Victor Paskavich

Jumping out of a perfectly good airplane is like driving through life without a good set of brakes.

The only way to set yourself free is to meet each new challenge relatively.

Some poems are written great, some poems are written well, but then there are those poems that could win a prize in Hell.

So many wish for magic, so many beg for fame, but if we could manifest anything we want life would be a boring game.

If you could see your inner strength in the mirror it would remove all your fear.

I’m not here to sell, nor am I here to buy, I just hope my words can help you touch the sky.

There isn’t any slight of hand in modern spirituality everything that you desire is there for you to see.

Genius by birth. Bipolar by design.

The best way to start your day is with a steaming cup of happiness and a pocket full of rainbows to go.

I hope to die with dignity and not be on my deathbed pondering the afterlife wearing a diaper.

In a valley betwixt two hills there I stood perfectly still. In this stance I did find the most beautiful secrets of my mind.

S.P.A.M. Senseless People Always Messaging

I’ve admired a lot of people in my lifetime and some of them were actually alive.

Is it just me or am I the only person that didn’t receive an invitation to the grand ball they call life?

I love reading. I know it’s very important and I respect anyone that is patient enough to do it.

The best self-help book I’ve ever read was “The Little Engine That Could.”

Okay, I admit it: sometimes I sound like a fortune cookie...

Some people live a lifetime every second, others only a second in a lifetime with little happiness to find. Learn to seize each and every second and make your life divine!

I’ve diagnosed myself and discovered I have a limited lifespan. You can do this too. Then live life to its fullest in everything you do.

A personal diary could replace tons of self help books simply because they’re written in the first person...


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