What you think and do matters. Your thoughts lead to noble or ignoble actions and so what you think about is connected to what you do. So think about things which cause you to be hopeful, kind, thoughtful, loving and self-sacrificing.
Follow your heart and do what matters to you. What defines you? What makes you happy? Set goals and attain them. Do not think negative thoughts. Always think positive thoughts. Dream and dream big not small. It will lead you to places that you never thought was possible. Have a diary and write down what you did to get to your dream. Walk with God and meditate. Do exercise and eat healthy. Always remember that life is beautiful. Never forget to love someone everyday. Hope this helps you.
to take life with ease as it comes ,for whosoever rushing in rushing out ,such is life
Have lots of fun!
Follow your heart not your head, but only if you can pay the price with no regrets.
Know that life happens whether or not you're paying attention...so do what makes you feel happy (as long as it's safe).
Life is meaningful. It is full of happiness and trials. No matter what may bring on you face it all-heartedly and with courage.
Just be yourself. Don't let anyone tell you what you are or what path you should follow. Just be true to yourself and trust God. Good things come to those who wait.
Have no bad days. At the end of each day focus on the things that you are grateful for and the things that went well during the day. No matter what...no bad days.
Enjoy whereever you're at in life because one day this phase of yor life will be over, and you're going to miss it....at least parts of it :-)
I once read a quote, "Live each day as if it were your last. Some day you'll be right." It's so easy to get caught up in the "busyness" of living instead of cherishing each and every minute of every day, no matter what the circumstance. Three words I do not like are, "I'm waiting until..." So many of us are 'waiting until' something ends before they think they can do something they really want to do. Let me tell you, that day never comes! For example, if I "waited until" I had time to write, I never would write. I must commit to writing every single day because it is what I love to do. So my advice, LailaK, is, start doing what you love to do, or have ever wanted to do, NOW. Tomorrow is never guaranteed. Blessings, Sparklea
“To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.” ~Oscar Wilde
try to always think of the outcomes or consequences that your actions will bring you and the people around you!
Make sure you have no regrets. Fall in love. Happiness is enjoying the journey. Life is challenging, but that's the fun part.
No matter how hard things may be, stay positive, we learn by our mistakes and by what life has to throw at us. I know from my own experience that you need to pick yourself up when you have been knocked down, dust yourself off, grow stronger in the knowledge that you are you and you deserve only the best.
When tragedy hits you or you make a decision that not everyone agrees with, you soon find out who your friends are; you need to look after yourself. Be who you want to be, don't restrict yourself because of other people. Live life to the full, remember "life is what happens when you're busy making other plans..."
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