What’s pretty important, and least was for me, (related an exceptionally good pinch-hitter on the pressures involved with failing with so much at stake) you can’t be afraid to enjoy the moment.
When your success hovers from one person to the other, it will definitely get to someone who will regard it as failure.
Shame on you. Don’t tell me you’ve been married for an hour and you’ve already got eyes for another woman.
Thoughts turn to other’s just a little more this time of year. Days grow shorter and memories grow longer. Families and friends gather in celebration or hope. Giving is a reflection of our love and caring for each other and those less fortunate. May your thoughts turn to gratitude this holiday season and carry on throughout the next year…
Christmas is holy celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. And God’s great love is the divinity of birth: the spirit of love, joy and hope.
Take the time to celebrate stillness and silence and see the joy that the world can bring, simply.
The soul accepts the mystery within and all around, immersing itself in it, celebrating it.
I pray this new year will be greater, smooth and brings best aroma to our smelling, normal burning for toothpicks, blue colours for great celebration, unlimited joy from nw, then and beyound in JESUS name FEYIKOGBON
Us. All regrets, left them in the sea, smiling at life as if it was a beautiful dream, because if one thing is certain, clearing the strange foreigh steam. Like the diamond ring that fits in your finger, we are stronger as a steel linker
In my life, John has been the epitome of gratitude, and not just because he responds to every meal as if it were the best he’d ever eaten. Throughout the many years of our friendship I have learned that John lives on the breath of gratitude and his response is always celebratory. If an exclamation point had arms and legs, its name would be John.