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Monday, August 15

  1. page Inspiration edited Live life in such a way that your presence is celebrated, not tolerated. Radiate Positivity always.…
    Live life in such a way that your presence is celebrated, not tolerated. Radiate Positivity always.Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. ~Saint Francis of Assisi
    Big rocks story:
    An efficiency expert filled a 5-gallon tank with big rocks and asked, “Is it full?” People said, “Yes.” He replied, “Wrong,” and poured small rocks in around the bigger ones. He asked, “Is it full now?” People said, “Maybe.” He replied, “Wrong again.” He took tiny pebbles and filled in the spaces. He asked, “Is it full now?” Catching on, people said, “No.” He said, “Right,” and filled in the rest with water. Someone asked, “What’s the point? That no matter how much you do, you can always do more?” The presenter replied, “Wrong. Put the big rocks in first, and everything else falls into place. Do what matters most each day first, and the other stuff will get done or fall into place.”

    Written by *Regina Brett*, 90 years old, of the Plain b Dealer, Cleveland , Ohio_
    To celebrate growing older, I once wrote few lessons life taught me. It is the most requested column I've ever written.
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    💚Lovely messages to be shared and realized:
    Heavy rains remind us of challenges in life. Never ask for a lighter rain, just pray to God for a better umbrella. - That is the attitude!
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    Life is not about finding the right person, but creating the right relationship. It's not how we care in the beginning, but how much we care till the very end.
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    Some people always throw stones in your path. It depends on what you make with them; a Wall or a Bridge? - Remember you are the architect of your life.
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    Search for a good heart, but don't search for a beautiful face, coz beautiful things are not always good, but good things are always beautiful.
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    It’s not important to hold all the good cards in life, but it’s important how well you play with the cards you hold.
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    Often when we lose all hope & think this is the end, remember God and pray, it’s just a bend, not the end.' -
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    Have faith and have a successful life. One of the basic differences between God and humans is, God gives, gives and forgives. But the human gets, gets, gets and forgets. Be thankful in life...
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    If you think it is your alarm clock that woke you up this morning, try putting it beside a dead body and you will realize that it is the Grace of God that woke you up.
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    If you are grateful to God, forward this to all your friends to inform them that it is JUST BY THE GRACE OF God
    Fifty positive one liners Worthy of reading again & again:
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    1. Have a firm handshake
    2. Look people in the eye
    3. Sing in the shower
    4. Own a great stereo system
    5. If in a fight, hit first and hit hard
    6. Keep secrets
    7. Never give up on anybody. Miracles happen everyday
    8. Always accept an outstretched hand
    9. Be brave. Even if you're not, pretend to be. No one can tell the difference
    10. Whistle
    11. Avoid sarcastic remarks
    12. Choose your life's mate carefully. From this one decision will come 90 per cent of all your happiness or misery
    13. Make it a habit to do nice things for people who will never find out
    14. Lend only those books you never care to see again
    15. Never deprive someone of hope; it might be all that they have
    16. When playing games with children, let them win
    17. Give people a second chance, always
    18. Be romantic
    19. Become the most positive and enthusiastic person you know
    20. Loosen up. Relax. Except for rare life-and-death matters, nothing is as important as it first seems
    21. Don't allow the phone to interrupt important moments. It's there for our convenience, not the caller's
    22. Be a good loser for your love ones
    23. Be a good winner of Hearts
    24. Think twice before burdening a friend with a secret
    25. When someone hugs you, let them be the first to let go.
    26. Be modest. A lot was accomplished before you were born
    27. Keep it simple
    28. Beware of the person who has nothing to lose
    29. Don't burn bridges. You'll be surprised how many times you have to cross the same river
    30. Live your life so that your epitaph could read, No Regrets
    31. Be bold and courageous. When you look back on life, you'll regret the things you didn't do more than the ones you did
    32. Never waste an opportunity to tell someone you love them
    33. Remember no one makes it alone. Have a grateful heart and be quick to acknowledge those who helped you
    34. Take charge of your attitude. Don't let someone else choose it for you
    35. Visit friends and relatives when they are in hospital; you need only stay a few minutes
    36. Begin each day with some of your favorite music
    37. Once in a while, take the scenic route
    38. Forgive quickly. Life is short
    39. Answer the phone with enthusiasm and energy in your voice
    40. Keep a note pad and pencil on your bed-side table. Million-dollar ideas sometimes strike at 3a.m.
    41. Show respect for everyone who works for a living, regardless of how trivial their job
    42. Send your loved ones flowers. Think of a reason later
    43. Make someone's day by encouraging them
    44. Become someone's hero
    45. Marry only for love
    46. Count your blessings
    47. Compliment the meal when you're a guest in someone's home
    48. Wave at the children on a school bus.
    49. Remember that 80 per cent of the success in any job is based on your ability to deal with people
    50. Don't expect life to be fair.

    A lesson to learn:
    In 1923, nine of the wealthiest people in the world met at Chicago's Edge Water Beach Hotel.
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Tuesday, June 21

  1. page Inspiration edited Live life in such a way that your presence is celebrated, not tolerated. Radiate Positivity always.…
    Live life in such a way that your presence is celebrated, not tolerated. Radiate Positivity always.Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. ~Saint Francis of Assisi
    Written by *Regina Brett*, 90 years old, of the Plain b Dealer, Cleveland , Ohio_
    To celebrate growing older, I once wrote few lessons life taught me. It is the most requested column I've ever written.
    1. *Life isn't fair, but it's still good.*
    2. *When in doubt, just take the next small step.*
    3. *Your job won't take care of you when you are sick. Your friends and family will.*
    4. *You don't have to win every argument. Stay true to yourself.*
    5. *Cry with someone. It's more healing than crying alone.*
    6. *It's OK to get angry with God. He can take it.*
    7. *Make peace with your past so it won't mess up the present.*
    8. *Don't compare your life to others. You have no idea what their journey is all about.*
    9. *Take a deep breath every now and then. It calms the mind.*
    10. *Get rid of anything that isn't useful. Clutter weighs you down in many ways.*
    11. *Whatever doesn't kill you really does make you stronger.*
    12. *It's never too late to be happy. But it’s all up to you and no one else.*
    13. *When it comes to going after what you love in life, don't take no for an answer.*
    14. *Burn the candles, use the nice sheets, wear the fancy clothes. Don't save it for a special occasion. Today is special.*
    15. *No one is in charge of your happiness but you.*
    16. *Frame every so-called disaster with these words 'In five years, will this matter?'*
    17. *Always choose life.*
    18. *Forgive others and yourself.*
    19. *What other people think of you is none of your business.*
    20. *Time heals almost everything. Give time a little time.*
    21. *However good or bad a situation is, it will change.*
    22. *Don't take yourself so seriously. No one else does.*
    23. *Believe in miracles.*
    24. *God loves you because of who God is, not because of anything you did or didn't do.*
    25. *Don't audit life. Show up and make the most of it now.*
    26. *Growing old beats the alternative of dying young.*
    27. *Your children get only one childhood.*
    28. *All that truly matters in the end is that you loved.*
    29. *Get outside every day. Miracles are waiting everywhere.*
    30. *Envy is waste of time. Accept what you already have, not what you need.*
    31. *The best is yet to come...*
    32. *No matter how you feel, get up, dress up and show up.*
    33. *Life isn't tied with a bow, but it's still a gift."*

    Harvard University Recommended 20 happy habits for 2016.
    1. Be grateful.
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Friday, March 25

  1. page Inspiration edited Live life in such a way that your presence is celebrated, not tolerated. Radiate Positivity always.…
    Live life in such a way that your presence is celebrated, not tolerated. Radiate Positivity always.Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. ~Saint Francis of Assisi
    Harvard University Recommended 20 happy habits for 2016.
    1. Be grateful.
    Slow down, look around you, and pay attention to the little details in your life – the delicate purple flower on the sidewalk, the beautiful sunset, the hot shower that washes away your long day, and the smile in your partner’s eyes…
    When you have a grateful heart that is appreciative of life’s beautify, wonder and blessings, you’re automatically filled with happiness.
    2. Choose your friends wisely.
    According to Harvard, the most important external factors affecting individual happiness are human relationships. So if you want to be happy, choose to be around people who are optimistic, who appreciate you as you are, and who can make your life richer, bigger, more fun, and more meaningful.
    3. Cultivate compassion.
    When we try to step into other people’s shoes and understand a situation from another’s perspective, we’re more likely to handle the situation with compassion, objectivity and effectiveness. There will be less conflicts and more happiness.
    4. Keep learning.
    Learning keeps us young and dreams keep us alive. When we engage our brains and put them toward productive uses, we’re less likely to dwell on unhappy thoughts and much more likely to feel happy and fulfilled.
    5. Become a problem solver.
    Happy people are problem solvers. When they encounter a challenge in life, they don’t beat themselves up and fall into a depressive state. Instead, they face up to the challenge and channel their energies toward finding creative a solution. By becoming a problem solver, you’ll build up your self-confidence and your ability to accomplish whatever it is you set your mind to – and whatever challenges life throws your way.
    6. Do what you love.
    Since we spend over one-third of our adult life working, loving what we do has a huge impact on our overall happiness. If this is not possible at the moment, then try to find enjoyment and meaning in your current work, or cultivate a hobby that involves doing something you love.
    7. Live in the present.
    When you feel depressed, you’re living in the past. When you feel worried or anxious, you’re living in the future. But when you feel content, happy and peaceful, you’re living in the present.
    8. Laugh often.
    Laughter is the most powerful anecdote to anger or depression. Research has shown that the simple act of curving the corners of your mouth can increase your feeling of happiness. So don’t take life too seriously. Try to find humor and laughter in life’s everyday struggles.
    9. Practice forgiveness.
    Resentment and anger are forms of self-punishment. When you forgive, you’re actually practicing kindness to yourself. And most importantly, learn to forgive yourself. Everyone makes mistakes. It’s through our mistakes that we learn and grow to become a bigger and better person.
    10. Say thanks often.
    Always be appreciative of the blessings in your life. And it’s equally important to express your appreciation to those who’ve made your life better in some way, big or small.
    11. Create deeper connections.
    Our happiness multiplies when we connect and bond with another human being on a deeper level. And being fully present and listening are two of the most important skills to strengthening that bond and bringing happiness to ourselves, and to others.
    12. Keep your agreement.
    Our self-esteem is built on the agreements we’ve made with ourselves. And high self-esteem has a direct correlation to happiness. So keep your agreements with others and with yourself.
    13. Meditate.
    According to Harvard, people who take 8 sessions of mindfulness meditation training are, on average, 20% happier than a control group. Such training can lead to structural brain changes including increased grey-matter density in the hippocampus, known to be important for learning and memory, and in structures associated with self-awareness, compassion and introspection.
    14. Focus on what you’re doing.
    When you put your mind, heart and soul into what you’re doing, you’re creating a happiness state – called the “flow.” When you’re living in the flow, you’re less likely to care about what others may think of you, and less bothered by things that are not that important. The result? More happiness, of course!
    15. Be optimistic.
    For happy people, the glass is always half-full. If your tendency is to imagine the very worst-case scenario every time you face a challenge, then train yourself to reverse that tendency. Ask yourself what good can come out of the situation or what you can learn from it. Optimism surely fuels success and happiness.
    16. Love unconditionally.
    No one is perfect. Accept yourself for all of your imperfections. And do so for others. Loving someone unconditionally does not mean that you need to spend all your time with them or help them figure out their problems. Unconditional love means accepting people as they are, and allowing them to find their own ways, at their own pace.
    17. Don’t give up.
    Unfinished projects and repeated defeats inevitably dampen one’s self-esteem. If you’ve made up your mind to do something, see it through. Don’t give up until you succeed. Remember, failure is temporary but defeat is permanent. And defeat only occurs when you give up.
    18. Do your best and then let go.
    Everyone has limitations, and things don’t always turn out to be what we’d like them to be – despite our efforts. So always give your best, and then let go. Let events run their course. When you’ve done your best, you’ll have no regrets.
    19. Take care of yourself.
    A healthy body is the key to happiness. If you have poor health, it’s very difficult to be happy no matter how hard you try. So make sure you eat well, exercise and find time to rest. Take good care of your body, your mind and your spirit.
    20. Give back.
    Doing good is one of the surest ways to feel good. According to Harvard, when people do good, their brains becomes active in the very same reward center that is stimulated when they experience other rewards. So it’s not a surprise that people who care more about others are happier than those who care less about others

    Empowering Affirmations
    I feel grateful for everything I experience in this lifetime.
    ...
    " Expecting & Accepting are two sides of a Life Where Expecting ends in Tears But Accepting brings you Cheers. Accept Life the way it comes.."
    Best Lines said by a Mathematician : My Love for my Family & Friends is like a Circle. It has no sides to be Broken, No Ends to be ended & no angles to be measured...........
    Harvard University Recommended 20 happy habits for 2016.
    1. Be grateful.
    Slow down, look around you, and pay attention to the little details in your life – the delicate purple flower on the sidewalk, the beautiful sunset, the hot shower that washes away your long day, and the smile in your partner’s eyes…
    When you have a grateful heart that is appreciative of life’s beautify, wonder and blessings, you’re automatically filled with happiness.
    2. Choose your friends wisely.
    According to Harvard, the most important external factors affecting individual happiness are human relationships. So if you want to be happy, choose to be around people who are optimistic, who appreciate you as you are, and who can make your life richer, bigger, more fun, and more meaningful.
    3. Cultivate compassion.
    When we try to step into other people’s shoes and understand a situation from another’s perspective, we’re more likely to handle the situation with compassion, objectivity and effectiveness. There will be less conflicts and more happiness.
    4. Keep learning.
    Learning keeps us young and dreams keep us alive. When we engage our brains and put them toward productive uses, we’re less likely to dwell on unhappy thoughts and much more likely to feel happy and fulfilled.
    5. Become a problem solver.
    Happy people are problem solvers. When they encounter a challenge in life, they don’t beat themselves up and fall into a depressive state. Instead, they face up to the challenge and channel their energies toward finding creative a solution. By becoming a problem solver, you’ll build up your self-confidence and your ability to accomplish whatever it is you set your mind to – and whatever challenges life throws your way.
    6. Do what you love.
    Since we spend over one-third of our adult life working, loving what we do has a huge impact on our overall happiness. If this is not possible at the moment, then try to find enjoyment and meaning in your current work, or cultivate a hobby that involves doing something you love.
    7. Live in the present.
    When you feel depressed, you’re living in the past. When you feel worried or anxious, you’re living in the future. But when you feel content, happy and peaceful, you’re living in the present.
    8. Laugh often.
    Laughter is the most powerful anecdote to anger or depression. Research has shown that the simple act of curving the corners of your mouth can increase your feeling of happiness. So don’t take life too seriously. Try to find humor and laughter in life’s everyday struggles.
    9. Practice forgiveness.
    Resentment and anger are forms of self-punishment. When you forgive, you’re actually practicing kindness to yourself. And most importantly, learn to forgive yourself. Everyone makes mistakes. It’s through our mistakes that we learn and grow to become a bigger and better person.
    10. Say thanks often.
    Always be appreciative of the blessings in your life. And it’s equally important to express your appreciation to those who’ve made your life better in some way, big or small.
    11. Create deeper connections.
    Our happiness multiplies when we connect and bond with another human being on a deeper level. And being fully present and listening are two of the most important skills to strengthening that bond and bringing happiness to ourselves, and to others.
    12. Keep your agreement.
    Our self-esteem is built on the agreements we’ve made with ourselves. And high self-esteem has a direct correlation to happiness. So keep your agreements with others and with yourself.
    13. Meditate.
    According to Harvard, people who take 8 sessions of mindfulness meditation training are, on average, 20% happier than a control group. Such training can lead to structural brain changes including increased grey-matter density in the hippocampus, known to be important for learning and memory, and in structures associated with self-awareness, compassion and introspection.
    14. Focus on what you’re doing.
    When you put your mind, heart and soul into what you’re doing, you’re creating a happiness state – called the “flow.” When you’re living in the flow, you’re less likely to care about what others may think of you, and less bothered by things that are not that important. The result? More happiness, of course!
    15. Be optimistic.
    For happy people, the glass is always half-full. If your tendency is to imagine the very worst-case scenario every time you face a challenge, then train yourself to reverse that tendency. Ask yourself what good can come out of the situation or what you can learn from it. Optimism surely fuels success and happiness.
    16. Love unconditionally.
    No one is perfect. Accept yourself for all of your imperfections. And do so for others. Loving someone unconditionally does not mean that you need to spend all your time with them or help them figure out their problems. Unconditional love means accepting people as they are, and allowing them to find their own ways, at their own pace.
    17. Don’t give up.
    Unfinished projects and repeated defeats inevitably dampen one’s self-esteem. If you’ve made up your mind to do something, see it through. Don’t give up until you succeed. Remember, failure is temporary but defeat is permanent. And defeat only occurs when you give up.
    18. Do your best and then let go.
    Everyone has limitations, and things don’t always turn out to be what we’d like them to be – despite our efforts. So always give your best, and then let go. Let events run their course. When you’ve done your best, you’ll have no regrets.
    19. Take care of yourself.
    A healthy body is the key to happiness. If you have poor health, it’s very difficult to be happy no matter how hard you try. So make sure you eat well, exercise and find time to rest. Take good care of your body, your mind and your spirit.
    20. Give back.
    Doing good is one of the surest ways to feel good. According to Harvard, when people do good, their brains becomes active in the very same reward center that is stimulated when they experience other rewards. So it’s not a surprise that people who care more about others are happier than those who care less about others

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