Tuesday, August 14, 2012

10 Great Inspirational Quotes about Life

Want to be happy? Divide your life into chapters... Lean toward risks… among other things, the happiest people seem to be "strategic self-deceivers. When something bad was done to them, they forgot it, forgave it or were grateful for it.”Amy Shearn, Life Lessons Learned from Borrowed Grandparents

“You have to ask yourself, 'Does this item or thought or response move me closer to my vision for my best life?' If it does, great. If it doesn't, what is it doing in your life?” Peter Walsh

“Our true selves are always whispering instructions about what we should do next, whether that's changing the world or just changing our attitudes. If we're still enough to hear our own inner voices at this subtle, almost silent level, we tend to choose the course through life that feels most blessed and least traumatic.” Martha Beck, Your Best Life is Waiting

“At the moment we finally own our truth, almost miraculously, positive change begins. The truth really does set us free. That's why an alcoholic begins recovery the moment he or she says, "I'm an alcoholic." It's also why your life can only begin to work well if you acknowledge that some of your efforts are failing, or that you simply don't feel good about them.” Martha Beck, Your Best Life is Waiting

“The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate.” Oprah Winfrey

“Real problems are wonderful, each carrying the seeds of its own solution… Finding the solution to each problem is what gives life its gusto.” Martha Beck, 10 Life Lessons You Should Unlearn

“A satisfying marriage that lasts a lifetime is more likely to result when partners are fundamentally similar and share the same basic values and goals.” Jane E Brody, Advice From Life’s Graying Edge on Finishing With No Regrets

“The demands of modern life often have a negative effect on family life…Most important… is to spend more time with your children, even if you must sacrifice to do so. Share in their activities, and do things with them that interest them. Time spent together enables parents to detect budding problems and instill important values.” Jane E Brody, Advice From Life’s Graying Edge on Finishing With No Regrets

“The research is clear—almost everything in your life can improve from exercise. From promoting happiness and strengthening memory to improving self-esteem and immune function, exercising for at least 30 to 45 minutes three or more times a week is a key component to healthy living.” Being a Healthier "You"

“…the priorities we set in life determine long-term happiness… the study, which followed 60,000 Germans for 25 years, found that people who focused on relationships with friends and family instead of material goods, money or the corner office, maintained the highest levels of happiness, regardless of what positive or negative life events befell them.” The Secrets to Happiness, Revealed


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