Famous Quotes & Happiness
Some words of Wisdom from some wise people.
Keep you Face to the Sunshine and you can never see the shadow.
Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joy.
Thich Nhat Hanh
Be who you are, say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind
Fit as a fiddle
The cliché “fit as a fiddle” is used to describe someone who is in a superb state of health. The “fiddle” referred to in this very old English expression is a stringed musical instrument, usually the violin. As these need to be kept in excellent condition to keep them sounding good, it’s thought that people began to compare their own good health with that of their instrument. The use of this phrase is attested as early as 1616, when Haughton William wrote in a book called English-men for my Money, “This is excellent ynfayth [in faith], as fit as a fiddle.” It’s fascinating to think that we’re still using the same phrase, four hundred years later; this sense of history has to be one of the most interesting aspects of learning English.