Attitude and Perspective – III

October 5, 2009 at 5:12 pm Leave a comment

Sunset   Maintain enthusiasm for life by holding high moral values, being true to your religious faith, and focusing on all the advantages you have enjoyed:  be thankful to God that you were born in America, and for the many friendships you enjoy.  (13) 

Respect the right of others to have differing viewpoints.  Teamwork is an integral part of many aspects of life, and compromise and give and take are one way we learn from others.  (23) 

Approach life as an educational pilgrimage, and don’t waste time on things that aren’t edifying or enhancing.  (53)

Worry about pleasing God, not man.  The bonus will be that the worthy among your peers will respond well to your efforts, which will help you sift out those you don’t want to hang around with!  (53) 

Always keep your sense of humor.  As it turns out, laughter is the best remedy for many of the trying circumstances you’ll encounter; a habit of  looking at the lighter side of life will help get you through those tough times.    (23)

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