Ten Commandments for a Happy Family


Ten Commandments for a Happy Family by Msgr Ted Wojcicki

I
Share family meals – include time for conversation. Eating meals only in van or in front of fridge or TV is isolating, deflates trust, and promotes loneliness.

II
No portable electronic devices allowed at dining room table, at family meals in restaurants, or in children’s

Ten Commandments for a Happy Family2019-04-26T01:49:44-06:00

Frank Crane

Here are ten resolutions to make when you awake in the morning.
They are Just for One Day. Think of them not as a life task but as a day’s work.
These things will give you pleasure. Yet they require will power. You don’t need resolutions to do what is easy.
1. Just for Today, I will try

Frank Crane2017-11-24T10:12:54-06:00

Tom Ziglar

Take stock of your bad habits: The fastest way to success is to replace bad habits with good habits. Every week, pick a small bad habit and replace it with a good habit. Do this for 52 weeks and you’ll have the best year you’ve ever had.

Tom Ziglar2017-03-17T17:08:43-06:00

Albert Einstein

Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results.

Albert Einstein2015-12-18T00:00:00-06:00

Albert Einstein

A happy man is too satisfied with the present to dwell too much on the future.

Albert Einstein2016-05-06T09:45:50-06:00

Aristotle

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.

Aristotle2016-03-19T19:32:07-06:00
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