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GRANNYSAN
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Your Happiness Begins with You

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Happiness is not an accident. Nor is it something you wish for. Happiness is something you design.
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I'm usually my toughest critic... regarding my weight and the success I'm NOT having in getting the lbs off.... but I can't let that determine my happiness and I am just THANKFUL for the mindset to begin this journey and see it to the end. I am going to be HAPPY for being where i am right now and waiting on the end result.
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  • LINNLAT
    Very well said and so very true!
    2361 days ago
  • DEBBIE_C
    Paul taught us to be happy/content in whatever condition we find ourselves in. Yet we press... PRESS my friend, not stress!

    Be blessed,
    Debbie
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    2369 days ago
  • AVRENIM1
    You are sooo right I am the same way. Some times I am hard on myself. I easily forgive others for their mistakes, but, when I fail I'm worthless, I'm stupid, I'm a failure. Even though I know it's not true I do that to myself on occasion and I need to stop that. We need to focus on the positive. Myself right now I should focus on the fact that I have lost some weight . emoticon Thank you so much for the reminder of making happiness happen for me.
    2369 days ago
  • FERGSGIRL2
    Awesome words of wisdom! thanks! I've been saying that too!
    2370 days ago
  • CAMANDMAYASMOM
    emoticon ! That is so true! We can't dwell on where we are NOT, but have to appreciate where we are and the progress made so far, and be happy with that for the time being, and keep pressing toward the mark!
    LOVE it!

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    2370 days ago
  • YAYAMEMA
    It sure does start with us! Have a good day emoticon
    2370 days ago
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