The theme is a letter or quote to someone or yourself.
I can't decide between:
1. “Life isn't waiting for the storm to pass, but learning to dance in the rain.”
2. “Promise me you’ll always remember: You’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.”
— A. A. Milne
3. “And if I have to tell you again, I would a million times more.
I have you to thank for inspiring me to become a better person, and that you give me something to look forward to despite the world that we live in.”
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I loved quotes, and I still do. It was a while ago, but I think my high school quote was a quote I've always loved from the Chronicles of Narnia book series (I think The Magicians Newphew). I think it went:
Make your choice, Adventurous Stranger
Strike the bell and bide the danger
Or wonder, 'til it drives you mad
What would have followed if you had
lol I was/am a nerd, but I loved it. I'm graduating college this week, but I didn't think to use a quote in the yearbook, and I don't even know if we could.
From your choices, #3 seems the least cliche to me.
But the other two are fine as well. It should be about what you like and feel fits your taste and what you want to say though.0