Live in Happy Life by being Thankful, Happy and Grateful

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Thanks to your life and each day passing. Be open for your heart and fill it with grateful feelings. Live life with gratitude and you will sincerely be blessed! Today read and think about this affirmation:

 

"Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough."
~Oprah Winfrey~

 

I create a spirit of harmony. I surround myself with feelings of good health, peace of mind, and happiness. I spend quality time with those I love, and I give thanks for the time we share together.

 

I appreciate today and all the blessings in it. I give thanks for the beauty I see in every thing around me. I am grateful for all that I have, for the freedom to chose, and the opportunity to accomplish my dream.

 

I appreciate each day that is given to me, because today is special. It will never be exactly the same as it is right now. Every day in my life is different and I welcome each opportunity with gratefulness.

 

I am thankful for my life, and I live my life with gratitude. I concentrate on the gifts which I am fortunate enough to have, and I realize how blessed I truly am.

 

I begin each day with a grateful heart.

 

I don't dwell on how things would have been, should have been, and could have been. Instead, I increase the positive energy flow in my life by eliminating the negative thought processes that keep me from getting the things I desire.

 

I am grateful for today, right now. I appreciate the gifts of love, life and happiness. I enjoy the beauty and the simple things in life that surround me every day.

 

I make each day a good day. I am thankful for all the blessings bestowed upon me for they are truly gifts to be appreciated and enjoyed.

 

Be thankful for your life and each day in it. Have an open heart and fill it with feelings of gratefulness. Live life with gratitude and you will truly be blessed!

 

Be thankful, happy and grateful! Don't let the daily troubles of life destroy the wonderful things that are in your day today. Find peace in your heart.

 

Look around and be grateful for what you do have. Look around and be thankful for the beautiful gifts that surround you. Don't dwell on the ugliness; instead find the beauty in every thing that is in your life right now.

 

If you knew today was the last day of your life you would spend it to the fullest. You would enjoy and appreciate it more than any other day. You would be thankful for everything that was good and bad. Your heart would be filled with gratitude just to have this day to reflect on how great life is.

 

You would be grateful for the times that were difficult because they taught you how to overcome the obstacles. You would realize that all things happen for a reason and you would find them all to be good reasons.

 

You wouldn't compare your life to life of someone else, and you wouldn't wish for the things you didn't have.

 

Instead, you would look at this day and wish that you could only have another chance to enjoy how beautiful this one day is.

 

You would realize how wonderful every day in your life is just to be alive, and that the material things don't matter as much as appreciating what you do have. It is the simple things in life which makes life worth living.

 

And the tough times you experience... they only drive you to achieve a better life. It is gratitude that will open your heart to see the good in the bad. Learn to find the beauty in every thing, every day.

 

Appreciate today, for it is truly a wonderful gift that you should enjoy. Be thankful, for today is a good day.

 

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This article was published on 2010/05/22