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

Author Unknown

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Chapter 3, Page 23, Book 21


 

Success is the sum of small efforts - repeated day in and day out.

Robert  Collier


March 23rd - little things mean a lot.



All happiness is built upon small efforts.

Author Unknown


The daily grind is something we tend to get tired of but it truly is the best way to go.  We can all do small things with great love that grow into more success than we’d ever know.

Small things like, cleaning, washing, and cooking meals can make a big difference in our lives.  It's the small things that can make the biggest difference .  

If we want to make a big difference in our life, we need to focus on the small things: the relationships, the people, the interactions, the handshakes, the smiles.  It’s the tinest of things that can make the biggest difference in someone’s life.

Master the small and then move on to the next step and do the same thing again.  Do it day in and day out.  

Focus on the small things for your actions will lead to the big difference .  From there the changes you want to see will happen in your life.

It’s always good to see small kindnesses in the world. The more people help each other the better the world will be.


Success is dependant on effort.

Sophocles 




5 comments:

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Do little things with great love and you can make a big difference.

Martha said...

The small things add up to big things! :)

jack69 said...

Okay, you have me singing in my head "Blow me a kiss from across the room
Say I look nice when I'm not
Touch my hair as you pass my chair
Little things mean a lot.......................
Yep I'm into memories, and YES in life the little things do add up and certainly mean a lot.
Love from down here
Sherry & jack

Mevely317 said...

Amen! I'm thinking of the many tiny screws, etc. Tom discovered while working to repair my recliner yesterday. Who'd have thought something so insignificant would make a difference, but yes. All the gizmos have to work in harmony to achieve success.

Buttercup said...

A million small moments make a life. I've really learned that lesson this last year. I've valued the structure of my life and it's been the "little" things that got me through, when there aren't a lot of big, new and exciting things. I love making my coffee every morning and look forward to it every day.