unlocked

sun
the key is not to prioritize what's on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities.

listening is the key to everything good in music

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failure is the key to success; each mistake teaches us something

two
the key to change...is to let go of fear

keys
this post was for a IMThursday ...have an inspired weekend...it's key

quote credits Stephen Covey,Pat Metheny,Morihei Ueshiba,Rosanne Cash

25 comments:

Suvarna said...

love the Pat Metheney quote, he's a big favourite of mine. this series is beautiful Loving the grain and warm the light.

SE'LAH... said...

Loving it!

Simple, yet thought-provoking.

Have a Conscious Friday.

Mrs. E said...

What is it about those old skeleton keys? I love them! Great quotes.

Busymomma66 said...

Love the series (and I like the idea about scheduling the priorities.)

Have an inspired weekend--I'm going to try--no kids tonight!!

MedaM said...

Great post and great idea! I like the words that go with your photos. The keys on your photos seem to be old and I really like them. The last photo I like the most.
You always have beautiful blog header and this new one is also beautiful.
Have a wonderful weekend!

margie said...

ELKKKKKKK. FANTASTIC. I LOVE this post an dyou know i never use caps. unless i am talking about Charley. xo

spread your wings said...

beautiful series of photos and inspirational words. thank you.
i love old keys.

Gayle said...

Love this! The first quote especially is speaking to me.

Georgia B. said...

one of things my mom always told me (and still does) is, "every person has a key." she would tell me whenever i was faced with dealing with a difficult personality or someone who seemed to not like me for some reason. she would say, you just have to find their key so as to open up a line of communication with them and get along with them. such a good lesson i have learned from my mama.

i love your photos.

thanks for introducing me to IMT, too. i had never heard of it. i love it.

beth said...

I LOVE old keys, I have always wanted to start a collection of them.
these are great photos and quotes!

Toni said...

Wonderful post, ELK. So full of wisdom in each of the quotes you chose - love them all. The last one really resonates with me. Wonderul images to illustrate the quotes.

beth said...

letting go of fear ??...I need a bigger key !!!

Elizabeth said...

great series! I love the choice of images.

Oliblog said...

I loved the quotes and the photos. Very inspiring. Olivia

kath said...

Wow, your photography is getting better by leaps and bounds, I think you've found the key.

I have the old skeleton key that opened the door to our childhood cottage. I hang it on the Christmas tree every year with a piece of red ribbon.

It evokes such memories.

sunnymama said...

Lovely key photos. I especially like the last one, great angle and light and shadow.

jeanamarie said...

you are so very clever with your images and words!!! love this post (and your self portraits are great too!)

soulbrush said...

this is great, i really like it.

Whitney said...

Very nice! I like this week's topic because there are so many ways to go with it.

Relyn said...

What a phenomenal post. I especially needed to hear the advice in the first quote. Love to you, dear Elk.

Meryl said...

Old keys are so wonderful. Something about the weight of them, I think....always seems like they probably opened something magical....buried treasure....or maybe a secret diary of someone long gone....

sema said...

great keys to remember.your photos are fabulous!

Kimmie said...

beautiful post!

To The Manor Boyle said...

Lovely shots with lovely words...

Thanks for the feedback.. :)

Audrey.

Anonymous said...

I am chuckling about the "Old Keys" that are admired because that "old Key" looks just like my post office key in a far more beautiful light however! Perhaps I should take a picture of the "old box" it fits in she says with a chuckle....MominJamaica