The Gift of Love
May you find love in your family and your friends. And may you share the love you have to give. When you share your love, it comes back to you in many forms.
“Love is a fruit in season at all times,
and within the reach of every hand.”
~ Mother Teresa
The Gift of Laughter
May laughter fill your home, relieve your stress, and strengthen your friendships. Do not let a day go buy without laughing; it is good for your health. “Laughter is a tranquilizer with no side effects.”
~ Arnold Glasow
The Gift of Living Each Day to The Fullest
Every day is a gift, and may you use this gift by living life to the fullest. You will never have this day again. What will you do with it?
“Yesterday is history.
Tomorrow is a mystery.
Today is a gift.
That’s why we call it the present.”
~ Babatunde Olatunji
The Gift of Not Worrying
May your days be worry-free.
If you find yourself worrying about something then fix it.
If it is beyond your control,
then there is no sense in worrying about it.
90% of what you worry about will never happen,
so why worry!
“I’ve seen many troubles in my time,
only half of which ever came true.”
The Gift of Positive Thinking
May you find the good in all situations,
even if you have to look for it –
look because it is there.
No matter what happens in your life, find the good.
Your life will be a happier one.
“Every problem has a gift for you in its hands.”
~ Richard Bach
The Gift of Balance in Your Life
May you find the balance of life,
time for work but also time for play.
Too much of one thing ends up creating stress
that no one needs in their life.
“Live a balanced life.
Learn some and think some
and draw and paint
and sing and dance
and play and work
every day some.”
~ Robert Fulghum
The Gift of Goal Setting
May all your dreams turn into goals.
Goals will help you accomplish things
you may have thought impossible.
“If you have a goal in life that takes a lot of energy,
that requires a lot of work,
that incurs a great deal of interest
and that is a challenge to you,
you will always look forward to waking up
to see what the new day brings.”
~ Susan Polis Schultz
Written by: Catherine Pulsifer, © 2007