“We forge the chains we wear in life.” ~ Charles Dickens (February 7, 1812 to June 9, 1870)
Charles Dickens was a British novelist and writer of short stories. His novels included The Adventures of Oliver Twist (1839) and Great Expectations (1861). According to Wikipedia, his novels and short stories “due to their popularity have never gone out of print.”
[Source of quotation: brainyquote.com, accessed October 3, 2010. Dates and biographical information from Wikipedia, accessed October 3, 2010].
Do you have self-forged chains? If so, I urge you to examine the chains which shackle you and keep you from what you really want and really deserve in this life. Break them and be free, and live to your potential.
Blessings to you, dear reader.
I absolutely LOVE Dickens!! This quote is one of my favorites of his. Thanks for posting.
How’ve you been, Andy? Thinking of you.
No “Andy, where in the dickens have you been?” ~ ??
Thank you, Andy
LOL!! You’re absolutely ‘write’ Andy — I’m feeling a little humbug tonight!!