Swallowing pride and hoping the other person gets well beats drinking the poison of anger and hoping the other person gets sick.
To get out of your chair and do something helpful for someone saves you a seat in their future. The chair will feel better, too.
There’s a difference between saying ‘I love you’ and showing it. It works best as a twofer. Say it. Mean it. Show it.
Counting blessings give you a better return than hoarding worries. I’ve done the math.
When you finally believe you ARE good enough, you begin to do more. This leads to more than enough. Good enough? Believe it.
At the end of the road, there’s always a mirror. The face in the mirror is the source of your problems. Face it for a better road.
You can hug someone in a way that all their broken pieces stick back together. I know. I’ve been hugged that way.
Putting yourself in Time Out until you can play *Nice* with others is a good idea. OK, it may take a while, but it’ll be worth it.
Some things will never go back to how they used to be. But they can still go forward to how they could be. Go forward. TODAY.
The fastest route to the corner of Awesome and Bombdiggity? Exit the gloomy paths of Complaining and Negativity. NOW for the WOW.
The price for jokes and laughs at the expense of others: Respect bankruptcy. Don’t go there. If you’ve been there, don’t go back.
You’re not the idiot inside of your head that says, ‘You’re not good enough.’ You ARE good enough to choose good and do good.