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Hello and welcome to January 10th! I’m Andrew McGivern and You’re listening to The Daily Quote. I’m delighted to have you here. As we continue our journey into the new year, let’s gather some inspiration to guide us through the days ahead. Thank you for choosing to spend part of your day with me.

Today, we’re celebrating National Houseplant Appreciation Day. It’s a day to recognize the beauty and benefits of houseplants in our lives. They not only beautify our spaces but also improve air quality and enhance our mood. So, take a moment today to appreciate the greenery in your home, maybe give them a little extra water or a new spot with more sunlight.

Next up, is a quote from the famous Greek philosopher, Aristotle:

Aristotle once said,

“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.”

Aristotle’s words remind us of the importance of self-awareness and understanding. In a world that’s constantly changing and presenting us with new challenges, knowing who you are is a powerful tool. It allows you to navigate life with confidence and make choices that align with your values and beliefs.

As we appreciate the quiet presence of houseplants and the depth of Aristotle’s wisdom, let’s take some time to reflect on ourselves. Understanding your strengths, weaknesses, dreams, and fears is the first step in a journey filled with wise decisions and personal growth.

I used to have a lot of houseplants but now we have a couple cats and a lot of the plants that I used to keep are toxic to cats. So our choices are limited. And even the plants we can get because they are cat safe… well those plants are safe for the cats but they aren’t safe from the cats. They destroy them. haha.

As we wrap up today’s episode, I hope you feel inspired to embark on the journey of self-discovery. Thank you for joining me. Remember, every day is an opportunity to learn more about yourself and the world around you.


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