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There are two ways to look at every situation in life:

Is the cup half empty? Or is the cup half full?

It is amazing how our perception
can be changed by our attitude.

For example,
think about God and then look at these letters.


You can assume that God is NO WHERE.

Or you can believe that
God is NOW HERE!

Follow this advice and you can improve your life:

Always remember that you are loved,
even when it doesn't seem like it.

Believe in yourself and your values.
Don't sell out when things go wrong.

Don't let anything get you down;
always bounce back up.

Set goals for your future
and never settle for anything less.

Realize that there are others in the world
with much bigger problems than you.

Appreciate the good things in your life,
and be thankful for the time
you have with your loved ones.

Spend more time with your family and friends.

Appreciate the simple things in life,
and don't get caught up in material things.

If you follow that advice you can't go wrong!

So the next time you're looking at a situation in your life:

Is the cup half empty? Or is the cup half full?

Be an optimist and see the cup as being half full.
Before long, your attitude will rub off on others.
You can make the world a better place
by simply making yourself a happier person.

If you see someone without a smile,
give them one of yours.
Here's one to get you started.

Written By: Author Unknown
Submitted By: Lisa E.

Have a terrific day!

Midi Sequence By: Author Unknown



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