Today’s Quote Of The Day — Wednesday, April 12th, 2023

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Today’s quote of the day is selected from categories of work, positivity, inspiration, humor, life, love, and short quotes.

Today’s quote of the day (Wednesday, April 12th, 2023).

“The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don’t know.” — Albert Einstein

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Wednesday’s quote of the day for work

Today’s quote of the day for work.

“Big pay and little responsibility are circumstances seldom found together.” — Napoleon Hill

Positive Wednesday quote of the day

Positive quotes of the day.

“Your positive action combined with positive thinking results in success.” — Shiv Khera

Inspirational Wednesday quote of the day

Inspirational quote of the day for today.

“Believe in yourself and all that you are. Know that there is something inside you that is greater than any obstacle.” — Christian D. Larson

Funny quote of the day for Wednesday

Today’s funny quote of the day.

“I told my wife she was drawing her eyebrows too high. She looked surprised.” — Unknown

Quote for today about life

Quote for the day about life.

“Life is like a camera. Focus on the good times, develop from the negatives, and if things don’t work out, take another shot.” — Unknown

Quote for today about love

Quote for today about love.

“Love is a promise; love is a souvenir, once given never forgotten, never let it disappear.” — John Lennon

Short quote of the day for Wednesday

Short quote of the day for today (Wednesday, April 12th, 2023).

“Ideas come from everything.” — Alfred Hitchcock

Poem of the day

Author: Jennings Carmichael

Title: A Woman’s Mood

I think tonight, I could bear it all,

Even the arrow that cleft the core—

Could I wait again for your swift footfall,

And your sunny face coming in at the door,

With the old frank look and the gay young smile,

And the ring of the words you used to say;

I could almost deem the pain worth while,

To greet you again in the olden way!

But you stand without in the dark and cold,

And I may not open the long-closed door,

Nor call through the night, with the love of old,

“Come into the warmth, as in nights of yore!”

I kneel alone in the red fire-glow,

And hear the wings of the wind sweep by;

You are out afar in the night, I know,

And the sough of the wind is like a cry.

You are out afar—and I wait within,

A grave-eyed woman whose pulse is slow;

The flames round the red coals softly spin,

And the lonely room’s in a rosy glow.

The firelight falls on your vacant chair,

And the soft brown rug where you used to stand;

Dear, never again shall I see you there,

Nor lift my head for your seeking hand.

Yet sometimes still, and in spite of all,

I wistful look at the fastened door,

And wait again for the swift footfall,

And the gay young voice as in hours of yore.

It still seems strange to be here alone,

With the rising sob of the wind without;

The sound takes a deep, insisting tone,

Where the trees are swinging their arms about.

Its moaning reaches the sheltered room,

And thrills my heart with a sense of pain;

I walk to the window and pierce the gloom,

With a yearning look that is all in vain.

You are out in a night of depths that hold

No promise of dawning for you and me,

And only a ghost from the life of old

Has come from the world of memory!

You are out evermore! God wills it so!

But ah! my spirit is yearning yet!

As I kneel alone by the red fire-glow,

My eyes grow dim with the old regret.

O when shall the aching throb grow still,

The warm love-life turn cold at the core!

Must I be watching, against my will,

For your banished face in the opening door?

It may be, dear, when the sequel’s told

Of the story read to its bitter close;

When the inner meanings of life unfold,

And the under-side of our being shows—

It may be then, in that truer light,

When all our knowledge has larger grown,

I may understand why you stray tonight,

And I am left with the past alone.

See Also:

Today’s Quote Of The Day — Tuesday, April 11th, 2023

Today’s Quote Of The Day — Monday, April 10th, 2023

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