Spend more time smiling than frowning and more time praising than criticizing.
Being offended is a tiring business. Letting things go gives you energy.
When we recognize our unsurprising fallenness and keep our eyes joyfully open for the glorious exceptions, we’re much less offendable. Why? Because that’s the thing about gratitude and anger: they can’t coexist. It’s one or the other. One drains the very life from you. The other fills your life with wonder. Choose wisely.
God knows others’ private motives. We don’t. God knows our private motives. We don’t. We think we can judge others’ motives. We’re wrong.
Anger is extraordinarily easy. It’s our default setting. Love is very difficult. Love is a miracle.
The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.
Preparation for life is so important. Luck is what happens when preparedness meets opportunity. Opportunity is all around us. Are you prepared?
These Valentine’s Day books explore the delights of Valentines, sharing, cooperation and love. Valentine’s Day brings many opportunities to spread joy in the lives of the lonely and forgotten. Aldi has cheap roses and the Dollar Tree has cheap Valentine balloons for healthy inexpensive options. Let’s all make our world better on
To achieve happiness, we should make certain that we are never without an important goal.