Your life is a book. Birth is the first page, death the last. You choose the other pages. Love is the cover—it warms your heart, stimulates your brain, and holds your book together. 
—Arlene R. Taylor

Learning life’s lessons is less about what happens to you and more about what you do with what happens to you.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Everyone has something to learn and everyone has something to teach. Fortunately, you can do both at the same time.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Owning your own behaviors does not mean that you will always like everything you think, say, or do—it does mean you take responsibility for them.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Human beings tend to return to environments in which they feel comfortable; environments they perceive to be nurturing, validating, affirming, and accepting.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Every person needs a dream and every dream needs a plan. Willpower can help you turn your dream into reality.
—Arlene R. Taylor

In general, people tend to treat themselves the way they were treated—and treat others the way they treat themselves.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Life is like a mobile. When one-piece moves, the pattern of the entire mobile moves.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Life is a continuum of small choices—miniscule decisions. The consequences you experience result from their cumulative effect. My best guess is that genuine maturity involves the practice of making each small choice with an awareness of the potential long-term result of that decision.
—Arlene R. Taylor

To some degree we peer at life through a mist, viewing things as if in a fog. We see things more as we are, from our own perspective, and less as they really are.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Your life rarely improves by chance; it can improve by incremental positive change.
—Arlene R. Taylor

You can solve problems successfully only when you use thinking that differs from what you used when you became part of the problem.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Life satisfaction is linked with longevity.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Life satisfaction and happiness are not synonymous although they impact each other. Happiness involves affective wellbeing while life satisfaction involves cognitive wellbeing.
—Arlene R. Taylor