Positive Quotes For Your Day
Everything I've learned persuades me it's possible to give our children a strong family culture they can carry with them throughout their lives... It's possible to have a happy family.
Bruce Feiler, The Secrets of Happy Families
Clutter is the residue of old decisions, and it just plain takes up too much room. Free yourself from your old stuff so you have space to become your new self.
Sam Bennett, Start Right Where You Are
Thankfulness is about the condition of our heart because everything that is done from the heart is sincere.
Daniella Whyte, 365 Days of Thanking God
All of our negative, fearful attitudes can be changed by healing our attitudes.
Gerald G. Jampolsky MD, Aging With Attitude
Work persistently on your project, but this does not mean that it should be stressed, or that you deprive yourself of enjoying your life.
Eduardo Cholula, Enjoy Your Greatness
We must make certain that we do not threaten our own families from within due to our own lack of adjustment, poor priorities and absence of leadership or by using the negative products and techniques of our own upbringing.
Phil McGraw, Family First
Perspective acts like a cool drink of water. It quenches internal thirst.
Kay Wills Wyma, Not the Boss of Us
When you love what you do, not only does time passes by faster but also you will be very successful.
Carlos Matias, Stress Free Work
One of the greatest pleasures to be derived from the regular observation of the natural world is to witness the passage of time as one season slowly slips into the next.
Drew Monkman, Nature's Year
Once you see a pattern, you can’t un-see it. Trust me, I’ve tried. But when the same truth keeps repeating itself, it’s hard to pretend that it’s just a coincidence.
Brene Brown, The Gifts of Imperfection
By reconnecting with these simple moments in life, by truly living moment by moment, it is possible to rediscover a sense of peace and enjoyment.
Patrizia Collard, The Little Book of Mindfulness
Life is so complicated, the hustle and bustle of everyday traumas can make us lose focus about what is truly important or what is only a momentary setback or crisis.
Villamor Quebral; Venice Quebral, Take A Moment To Stop And Smell The Roses
... there is at least one thing we have in common (probably a lot more than just one, but at least one that we know for sure): We want to improve our lives, and ourselves.
Hal Elrod, The Miracle Morning
Patience, at its best, is the ability to remain calm and tranquil while waiting for something to happen.
It’s the mental and emotional ability to accept that some things take time.
Greg Souchester, How to Be More Patient
God is for you, and He is bigger than any trouble you may be facing.
Joyce Meyer, The Power of Being Thankful
It is so easy to overestimate the importance of one defining moment and underestimate the value of making small improvements on a daily basis.
James Clear, Atomic Habits
Create gratitude lists. Frequently. Grateful people are generally more satisfied with their lives and relationships, cope better with difficulties,
and are more generous, empathetic, and self-accepting.
David J. Bookbinder, The Art of Balance
... illuminate, grow, steady, run, light, recharge, strong, vitality, engagement, present, discerning, happy, incandescent, yes, flow, curiosity, change, meet, reliability, spontaneity, pleasure, simplicity … These words contain potential.
Mina Samuels, Run Like a Girl 365 Days a Year
Parents work to offer their children a good life and a good education and to teach them the lessons that will help them grow up to be happy, confident and able to use all the talents they were blessed with.
Simon Sinek, Leaders Eat Last
Great grief isn't made to fit inside your body. It's why your heart breaks.
Ann Voskamp, The Broken Way
... awareness of our own shortcomings is one of the cornerstones of strategic thinking.
Strategy: Context and Adaptation from Archidamus to Airpower
Ethics lead to quantifiable values, and those values are the handful of qualities that direct good behavior.
Brian Boone, Ethics 101
All the material things we have do not necessarily make us happy. There are some wealthy people who are downright miserable.
Rosalinda Morgan, Stop and Smell the Roses
God is good all the time, so we should not cease to give Him thanksgiving.
Jeremy G. Woods, Thirty Days of Thanksgiving
Gratitude, on the other hand, is right up there in the top ten percent of qualities people appreciate.
Amy Newmark, Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Power of Gratitude