It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home.

Author Unknown

Monday, April 25, 2016

Chapter 4, Page 25, Book 16

Learn to enjoy every minute of your life. Be happy now. Don't wait for something outside of yourself to make you happy in the future. Think how really precious is the time you have to spend, whether it's at work or with your family. Every minute should be enjoyed and savored.

Earl Nightingale

April 25th - Enjoy every moment of your everyday life - life is too short

Life is a too short enjoy every day with a smile

I think that the first step to enjoying our everyday lives is accepting the lives we’ve been given. We must not allow jealousy or comparison to cause us to discount our own lives because we want someone else’s life. 

A Good Day gives you happiness and a Bad Day gives you experience. Both are essential in life.

Both good and bad are part of our lives.  No one is totally exempt.  There are blessings hidden in every struggle you face, but you have to be willing to open your heart and mind to see them.  Life’s best lessons are often learned at the worst times and from the worst mistakes. 

 Life is short. Fix what can be fixed, let go of what can't and enjoy everyday.

You simply can’t live a positive life with a negative attitude.  Every moment gives you a new beginning and a new ending.  Be thankful to start from where you are now, at this very moment.   

Life is what you make of it.  

Life is short, time is fast, no replay, no rewind so enjoy every moment you can. 


jack69 said...

Great quotes and graphics. Always a good visit here. I did smile, and loved the first graphic comparing the bad attitude and a FLAT TIRE. GOOD ONE!

I always enjoy Nightingale's insights, AND YOURS!.

betty said...

I do agree with you, Ma, accepting the life we are given goes a long way in how we live our lives. If we keep reaching for something we will never attain or are upset by what we have been given, we'll never be content and never enjoy what we have and our lives.



I think this quote sums it up, "A Good Day gives you happiness and a Bad Day gives you experience." And experience is necessary to navigate everyday.

shortybear said...

great post