Mom’s Smile is My First Motivation

I remembered when I was a kid; I was someone who was eager to learn. Being a curious child, I came to my brother’s school every day and stood by the door to look at the teacher’s teaching the lesson. I wanted to study as well but my age at that time had not reached school age, yet.


Few months after that, I started schooling 6 months faster because my parents asked the school’s principal whether I could start school faster since my interest to study was already quite strong. I love studying just for the sake of the knowledge that I got to know. But still it never crossed my mind I wanted to reach first rank at school. It was then until I reached 4th grade of elementary school, one day I was called to the teacher’s office. I was a bit worried and was wondering why they called me. I recalled that I didn’t do anything wrong, that was what I thought to myself. It turned out that they wanted me to hand in a standard student picture of me to be put on a certificate, because I got first rank in class. I was surprised. That was the first time it happened. Though I remembered I didn’t particularly feel overly happy or anything, just felt surprise. I didn’t even tell my mom about it until the day our report book was given to us and I came back to my house and told my mom that I got first rank in class and showed her the certificate.


At that time, it was still clear on my mind how my mom smiled beautifully and happiness was seen throughout her face. That’s when I suddenly felt something different in my heart. I realized that me getting first rank at class could make my mom so happy and bring smile to her face. So my heart felt soothing. I was happy to see my mom happy. It was what motivated me to study harder in oder to achieve first rank in class for the next and following terms also. I wanted to make my mom happy again and again.


It’s not the achievement but how the achievement could make my mom happy is the real achievement to me.



Happy Mother’s Day, Mom!

Mom will always be my inspiration.

I always keep our sweet memories in my heart.

May Allah Always Shelter Mom in The Blessings of True Happiness.



Happy Thoughts: Here Are the Things Proven To Make You Happier

by Eric Barker



What’s the secret to a head full of happy thoughts?

Time to round up the research on living a happy life to see what we can use.

First, yeah, a good chunk of happiness is controlled by your genes but there’s a lot you can do to make yourself happier. Many of these techniques have been repeatedly tested and even worked with the clinically depressed.


Gratitude, Gratitude, Gratitude

I can’t emphasize this one enough. Showing gratitude for the good things you have is the most powerful happiness boosting activity there is.

It will make you happier.

It will improve your relationships.

It can make you a better person.

It can make life better for everyone around you.

Bronze medalists are happier than silver medalists. Why? They feel grateful to get a medal at all.

Every night before you go to bed write three good things that happened to you that day. Jotting those down is pretty much all it takes to get a boost in well-being over time.

There’s a second lesson here: the reverse is also true. Keeping track of the bad things will make you miserable. A convenient memory is a powerful thing. Do not train your brain to see the negative, teach it to see the positive.

Wanna make yourself and someone else extremely happy? Try a gratitude visit. Write someone a letter thanking them and telling them how much what they have done for you means. Visit them and read it in person. It’s a proven happiness WMD. More info here.


Do what you are good at as often as you can

Signature strengths” are the things you are uniquely good at and using them increases happy thoughts. Exercising signature strengths is why starving artists are happier with their jobs.

Think about the best possible version of yourself and move toward that. Signature strengths are the secret to experiencing more “flow” at work and in life.


Spend as much time as possible with people you like

Spend as much time as possible with people you like. The happiest people are social with strong relationships. Not spending more time with people we love is something we regret the most.

Being able to spend more time with friends provides an increase in happiness worth up to an additional $133,000 a year. (Values for your other relationships are here.)

Being compassionate makes us happier (causal, not correlative.) Share the best events of your day with loved ones and ask them to do the same. And compliment them — we love compliments more than money or sex.

But I’m an introvert, you say? A little bit of extraversion here would do you good. Happiness is more contagious than unhappiness so with amount of exposure to others well-being scales.


Money is good. Many other things are better.

After about 75K a year, money has minimal effects on happiness. Read that again. Not that money won’t increase happiness but if you want to be happier your time and energy are better spent elsewhere. It will not increase your moment to moment mood.

The Amish are as satisfied as billionaires and slumdwellers can be surprisingly happy. The happiest of all income groups is people making 50-75k a year. Money is good but wanting money can be bad.



Giving makes us happier than receiving. In fact, it can create a feedback loop of happiness in your life. Volunteering makes us happier and can therefore be the most selfless way to be selfish.

Helping others reach their goals brings joy. Doing nice things for others today can literally make you happier for the rest of the week.



Take time to really enjoy the good things. What are the best ways to savor?

  • Positive mental time travel : Happy memories or looking forward to something
  • Being present : Not letting your mind wander and being absorbed in the moment.

Savoring is one of the secrets of the happiest people. Focusing on the limited time you have in this life is a good way to remind you to savor what is important.



You don’t usually do what brings you joy, you do what is easy. Set ambitious goals and strive. Thinking about what happens to you in terms of your self-esteem will crush you — look at life as growing and learning.

Sitting on the couch watching TV does not make you happy. You are happier when you are busy and are probably have more fun at work than at home. Thinking and working can beat sad feelings. A wandering mind is not a happy mind. Mastering skills is stressful in the short term and happiness-boosting in the long term.


Be optimistic, even to the border of delusion

Optimism is key. Yes, pessimism softens the blow of bad news but it isn’t worth it.

Does this make you out of touch with reality? Maybe but being a little deluded is good:

  • People with positive illusions about their relationship are more satisfied, score higher on love and trust and have fewer problems.
  • Overconfidence increases producitivity and improves teamwork.
  • Self-deception has been associated with stress reduction, a positive self-bias, and increased pain tolerance, all of which could enhance motivation and performance during competitive tasks.

Love means being slightly deluded. Happy people believe their partner is a little more awesome than they really are. Someone you think is great who also thinks you’re great — it’s one of the primary things you should look for in a marriage partner.

Thinking happy thoughts, giving hugs and smiling sound like unscientific hippie silliness but they all work.


Fundamentals are fundamental

Cranky? Before you blame the world, eat something. Take a nap — it can purge negative emotions and increase happy thoughts. Sleep is vital because your mood in the morning affects your mood all day.

Get your sleep. You cannot get away with cheating yourself on sleep and being tired makes it harder to be happy.


Frequency beats intensity

Lots of little good things is the path to happiness. You want frequent boosts not rare big stuff. (And this explains the best method of how to split a dinner bill with friends.) For the most part, don’t bother to try and reduce the bad so much as you increase the good.

Stop thinking about big events that might make you thrilled — it’s the little things of everyday life that make lasting improvements to our happiness. You’re not going to win the lottery and it wouldn’t have the impact you think it would.


Avoid life’s most common regrets

We know what people most often regret before they die:

1. I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.

2. I wish I didn’t work so hard.

3. I wish I’d had the courage to express my feelings.

4. I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends.

5. I wish that I had let myself be happier.

There are things you can do every day to improve your life.


This piece originally appeared on Barking Up the Wrong Tree.

10 Reasons Why Most Men Can’t Handle A Strong Woman

I really like this post by the power of positivity, I red it yesterday. So I want to share it and keep it in my blog as a keepsake to read later on. I think I am a strong woman, even though I’m not sure how strong. I have overcome many challenges in my life and depend on no one but myself. And yes, that’s right, I am single. Sometimes I do feel that many guys are afraid of me, or think I am hard to approach. But no, I didn’t blame them and I didn’t blame myself. After all, I know that what’s not meant to be is not meant to be. They have every reasons but I’m not going to change just to please people. I am who I am. And if people love me, they should love me for who I am, in both strengths and flaws.

10 Reasons Why Most Men Can’t Handle A Strong Woman


What exactly makes a strong woman? Her struggles, sacrifices, and selflessness. A strong woman has endured pain, overcome heart-wrenching experiences, and has allowed herself to be led by forgiveness. A strong woman has swam in deep and treacherous waters and held her breath as much as possible. This type of woman is self-sufficient, independent, loving, and has no fears of showing her vulnerability. The strong woman knows that one moment you are the teacher, and the next you might be the student. So, how does a woman like this keep a man?

Here are 10 reasons why most men can’t handle a strong woman:


1. A strong woman doesn’t need a man to fight for her.

A man needs to feel wanted. He needs to know that he is battling for the eternal love and admiration of his woman. A strong woman will show you that she loves her man, but she’s also independent and can manage on her own. The strong woman will fight for both of you, but she doesn’t need a man to fight her battles. If they have a problem, they deal with it. They don’t sit and wait, as victims, for a man to find the solution. Some men can’t handle this strength. If you choose to remain with this type of woman, be willing to walk beside her, not in front of her while pulling her to where you think she should be.

2. A strong woman knows what she wants.

Strong women know what they want, how to attain it, and remember all that they had to endure to get whatever they have. A woman like this knows what she wants. If she likes a man, she will go after him. She will not wait for the man to make the first move. Strong women have tenacious personalities that can be extremely intimidating for some men. They aren’t submissive. They love wholeheartedly and also can continue exploring the world, with a man or not. It takes a self-confident man to allow this type of personality to take charge.

3. A strong woman will require honesty and vulnerability.

Men have a hard time opening up to difficult questions. Strong women dive right into the depth of hurt, traumas, and life-changing experiences. They require a man who can be honest and vulnerable, because they have endured so much in their lives. They need to know that their mate can be available to navigate the ocean of uncertainties and travel the edges of madness. Strong women don’t fear the past. They excavate and search for those things that make us human. The strong woman will always find a strong man to stand tall with her in the face of diversity. Men tend to avoid vulnerability because they feel weak.

4. A strong woman is not intimidated by intimacy.

The strong woman will challenge a man in the most intimate of ways. She will require intimacy in all forms, from conversation to making love. She will hold nothing back. Because a strong woman is comfortable with her femininity, she will expect her man to also be open to all aspects of intimacy. She requires passion, desire and feel like she’s the one.

5. A strong woman can see right through lies.

Strong women are honest and expect complete trust in a relationship. She can sense lies in an instant, so don’t try to sugarcoat a white lie. Don’t give her bogus explanations. She has the ability to be a human lie detector. Being in a relationship with a strong woman requires that there is no holding back. She will never tolerate a sense of falseness and selfishness. If you can’t be with her completely, she will have no problem discarding you.

6. A strong woman requires integrity and consistency.

Women who have inner strength cannot tolerate irregularity or indecisive personalities. They want to know that the man they love has integrity, respect, and is a man of his word. If they start to feel that their man is pulling away, they will react accordingly and have no problem letting him go if they feel they are being played. They want to feel like they are loved unconditionally. If they feel disrespected, they will have no issues setting that on track. The worst thing you can do to a strong woman is make her feel weak.

7. A strong woman is intense.

A strong woman has endured extraordinary challenges and obstacles in her life. She has had to be extremely powerful. She knows she can endure anything else in her path, so this kind of intensity is often times difficult for a man to understand. It’s intimidating because of all the emotions and thoughts that come with this type of persona. She is willing to share her scars, and expects you to do the same. There are no secrets in her world.

8. A strong woman will not wait for you.

This type of woman will follow you to the depth of hell if she knows you are committed to her. However, the moment you start to pull back, she will let you go. She will not wait for a man to decide if he wants her or someone better. Strong women don’t play little girly games. You are either in, or you are out. They will get hurt, lick their own wounds, and get back up ready to conquer whatever is next.

9. A strong woman will love you unconditionally.

The love from a strong woman is faithful. Just like mothers with their children, the strong woman will nurture and love her man fiercely. When she feels that love in return, she will do anything she can to make him feel loved. She will support him, help him, and fight for him to get what he deserves. Some men can’t handle this kind of unconditional love. They get frightened by the intensity and depth of giving. Many times it is in this stage that men flee from a strong woman. And, just as deeply as she loved you, she will also let you go. She knows her worth.

10. A strong woman will show you who you are.

It’s hard to accept the things we don’t like about ourselves when someone points them out. But, a strong woman will mirror those parts in her man that need addressing. She will be there to help show you how amazing and powerful you are. She will stand by you and show you worth, acceptance, and confidence. Some men cannot handle the emotional chaos that comes up with this projection. Strong woman will find strong men. The weak ones won’t make it past the first few dates.
They don’t know what to do with the honesty, strength, intelligence and independence. A strong man, most likely, was raised by a strong woman and will either deal with the dark night of the soul or leave. Strong women have no time to play games. So, if you can handle the intensity, love, honesty, and conversations, you might just be that strong man who can complement this type of woman.
Barry Paul Price writes, “Dating a strong woman is not something every guy can handle. He has to be confident in himself as a person, and as a man. Men must feel capable of meeting a woman’s needs. Traditionally, we did that providing financial security and physical protection. More recently, as women have expressed themselves with more independence and toughness, men aren’t sure how or when they’re needed by their woman. He ends up feeling unsure of his value and significance in the relationship. Many women tell me their man’s emotional support is just as important as financial and physical contributions. Unfortunately, men are not used to identifying masculinity with giving emotional support.”

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4 Things About You That Matter More Than Your Personality Type

By Molly Owens of Truity
People have dedicated immeasurable hours to the study of personality theory in an effort to understand what motivates our feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Enthusiasts have been known to get so involved in personality typing that they use it to predict a person’s health, career destiny, relationship potential, and even their sex drive! Once you’ve figured out your four letter code, you can spend hours on blogs and forums figuring out what’s in store for you based on your personal strengths and weaknesses.

While there’s a scientific basis for personality typing such as the theory put forward by Briggs and Myers, evidence from research studies shows us that personality is surprisingly fluid. Personality testing may act as one type of predictive tool, but it’s a lot more sophisticated than fitting traits into a box. In fact, there are dozens of variables that matter more to a person’s success and happiness than their personality type.

Curious? Let’s take a closer look.

#1: Values

“We are what we think,” taught Buddha which is a stylish way of saying, you are what you believe you are. We all play roles and we often wear masks that represent the image we want to show to the world. But the real us – the raw, unadulterated form of ourselves – remains the guiding force behind our actions. And that is not determined by a broad set of personality traits, it is determined by our values.

Values are the standards by which we order our lives and make our choices. It is possible to categorize many types of values such as those that relate to happiness, health, wealth, pleasure, success, recognition, tradition, honesty, benevolence, security or family. These are all subjective terms, which means that they will mean different things to different people. And they may even mean different things to the same person, depending on their life stage.

There are several differences between personality and values. Values are what we believe we ought to do. They reveal a lot about a person because they identify how people attach meaning, worth and importance to things. Personality is what we naturally tend to do, alongside others of the same personality type.

Personality traits do not conflict with one another, which means that a person can simultaneously express preferences for Introversion and Thinking, for example, or pleasure-seeking and achievement. Values do conflict. The choices that a person makes to pursue some values at the cost of others is what makes them entirely unique and determines the direction a life takes.

Blindly accepting personality as the determinant of success and failure takes away your power to decide what makes you happy based on your own values. For most people, that’s why personality typing is only half the story in getting to grips with their authentic selves.

#2: Resilience

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to bounce back from adversity while others seem to come undone? People who cope with stress and hardship have what psychologists call resilience, or an ability to cope with difficulties and setbacks. These difficulties might include illness, job loss, bereavement, natural disasters, divorce, or financial problems.

Resilience does not stamp out life’s difficulties. People who possess resilience do not experience less tragedy, grief or anxiety than others do. But their resilience allows them to tackle these problems head on and often, emerge stronger.

Some personality types are characterized as being unflappable in the face of crisis. However, psychologists agree that resilience is not an inborn trait, but learned. We know that strong social networks, responsive relationships, social support, and spirituality all make significant contributions to a person’s resilience. Those in stable and committed relationships, for example, will experience greater emotional security, improved health and higher self-esteem, regardless of their personality type. These are all factors that help us respond to adversity in healthy ways.

Resilience is important because it has been shown to have a moderating effect on life outcomes. People who are resilient typically experience better health, more psychological stability characterized by the ability to plan, monitor, and regulate behavior, and less stress under changing circumstances. These are the people who succeed, even excel, despite incredibly difficult circumstances.

#3: Learning

Personality theories tend to distinguish personality from intelligence, and it’s those psychological differences between people that aren’t primarily matters of ability that make personality theories so interesting. But being “intelligent” is not only about having a high IQ. It is now seen to include emotional, social and physical aptitude, having great communication skills, logic, musical ability or “life smarts” – and these types of intelligence can largely be acquired through learning.

Put simply, there’s a difference between those who love to learn and those who don’t. Enthusiastic learners will consider activities that broaden their perspective (such as reading, learning new skills and exploring hobbies) fun. Reluctant learners will consider those activities boring. They might avoid opportunities to learn – and this can have a critical impact on their happiness.

Love of learning, meaning the mastery of new skills and knowledge, whether self-directed or formal, is closely associated with contentment, motivation and a sense of accomplishment that psychologists refer to as “well being.” Lifelong learners typically experience greater well being than reluctant learners, which in turn leads to objective outcomes such as better mental health, longevity, productivity, pro-social behavior such as volunteering and a lower risk of anxiety and depression. Learners enhance the odds of success and survival. Clearly this has ramifications for their life outcomes.

#4: Choices

Who you are today is the result of all the choices you’ve made in your life. From exercising three times a week to which brand of toothpaste you buy, from taking an accelerated class at school to attending a job interview, from putting a dollar in the homeless man’s pot to walking on by – your whole life is a series of decisions that impact your future. Choices are everywhere, and every single one of them has the potential to make a lasting impact on our lives.

To a degree, our choices are the product of our personalities. It makes sense that a risk-averse person would be suspicious of a choice that might put themselves or their loved ones in danger. But the obvious criticism is that personality theories are based on dichotomies. Are you Introverted or Extraverted? Sensing or Perceiving? It’s up to you to decide.

Choices, on the other hand, rarely fall into the simple pattern of either/or. They are infinite. That is why a person who has made one set of choices can experience life so very differently to the other 10 percent of the population with the same personality type.

Understanding your personality type can help you to justify why you’ve made the choices you’ve made. But it isn’t a blueprint for those choices. Being a Thinker does not mean that you cannot choose to be an empathetic and compassionate caregiver. Being a Perceiver does not mean that you cannot choose to manage a project in a structured, pre-determined way. Our personalities should never be excuses to limit our own decisions – at best, they should provide a schema for becoming the most developed versions of ourselves.

Final thoughts

Personality tests are illuminating and quite fun to do. They can help to establish your niche in this crazy, complex world and reveal how you compare to other people. They can also help you tap into a wealth of knowledge about the strengths and struggles that those around you are experiencing. This is what personality tests are designed to do.

But personality theories are also a self-fulfilling prophecy. Scoring your personality won’t tell you anything you didn’t already know. The tests are based on how you see yourself, and logically, how you see yourself is the sum weight of your values, your resilience, your choices, your learned skills and a dozen other variables that make you both the person you are, and the person you want to be. These, and not your personality type, are the things that make you memorable when you walk into a room.


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How to deal with negative people when following your dreams

From Zoe B @ Simple Life Strategies


Here’s the thing: if you decide to follow your dreams there will be people ready to tear you down.

It’s sad but true.

People tend to project their own insecurities onto others – and I think this is the main driving force behind the behaviour.

The problem is – it’s hard enough to keep the faith when you’re chasing your dreams as it is, without having to deal with naysayers who say things like:


“Oh you’ll never make it!” or
“Best keep that as a hobby and get a real job that pays the bills” or
“Shouldn’t you be a bit more realistic?”


What you need to understand about these people is this;

They are simply telling you what they believe about themselves. It’s all about THEM – not you.

So if they tell you they don’t believe that finding your dream career is possible – this is just what they believe for themselves, not you.

They’re projecting their own beliefs onto you.

And you kinda have nothing to do with it really.

I’ve experienced this first hand throughout my own journey.

But upon reflection I realized a couple of things…


1. You can’t please all the people all the time
When you start to reach a large amount of people, it’s only normal that a few people are going to be negative, naysayer types. It’s a numbers game. So you just have to not take it personally. And besides, I tend to find that most of the negative types are the ones who you can never really help anyway. They aren’t willing to do the work and like to blame others for things going wrong in their lives. No point trying to convince them of anything. Best to just let them get on with their lives.


2. If you know WHO YOU ARE then the comments won’t affect you
Here’s the thing. I know who I am. And when I KNOW that, it doesn’t matter what anyone else says to me. These people don’t know me – so who are they to judge? If I can be 100% grounded in who I am (and have the self awareness to do so), then it’s much easier to brush off any negative comments.


3. Be proud of your enemies
Winston Churchill once said: “You have enemies? Good, that means you have stood up for something, sometime in your life.”

It’s true right? If people disagree with what you’re doing then it just means that you have had the courage to do something that has real meaning in your life! And you can use the naysayers to drive you forwards.

I always use to think to myself quietly ‘I’ll show them…they may think that now, but soon I’ll be the one laughing!” And I used their lack of belief to fuel my determination even more. I’ve never ever let anyone tell me I can’t do something – in-fact the second someone says that to me, it only makes me want to prove them wrong more than ever! And that’s why I love Mahatma Gandhi’s quote so much:


“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”

Mahatma Gandhi

It’s so true.

And a lot of the people who kind of ignored what I was doing all those years back are now contacting me and asking for help…

So if you’re at the start of YOUR journey towards building the career of your dreams, I just want you to be ready for a few haters along the way.

It means you’re in the right place.


See them as a rights of passage almost – know that they are there to remind you that what you’re doing is admirable.

And more than anything, never lose sight of who you really are. Only YOU know that – never, NEVER let anyone else try to tell you who you are and what your intentions are.

Stay true to your dreams, keep on going one day at a time, and eventually you’ll cross over the line and suddenly people will be clambering all over you asking you how you did it.

Trust me, it’s the truth.


With love
Zoe B


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Randy Pausch, 47 tahun, seorang dosen ilmu komputer dari Universitas Mellon, United States meninggal akibat kanker pankreas yang dideritanya pada 2008 silam. Di akhir hidupnya ia menulis sebuah buku yang berjudul “The Last Lecture” (Pengajaran Terakhir) yang menjadi salah satu buku best-seller di tahun 2007.

Apa yang menjadi warisan yang ditinggalkannya?

Di dalam sebuah surat untuk istrinya, Jai, dan anak-anaknya, Dylan, Logan dan Chloe, ia menuliskan secara indah mengenai ‘panduan menuju kehidupan yang lebih baik’ untuk diikuti istri dan anaknya.


1. Jangan membandingkan hidup Anda dengan orang lain karena Anda tidak pernah tahu apa yang telah mereka lalui
2. Jangan berpikir negatif akan hal-hal yang berada diluar kendali Anda, melainkan salurkan energi Anda menuju kehidupan yang dijalani saat ini, secara positif
3. Jangan bekerja terlalu keras, jangan lewati batasan Anda
4. Jangan memaksa diri Anda untuk selalu perfect, tidak ada satu orang pun yang sempurna
5. Jangan membuang waktu Anda yang berharga untuk gosip
6. Bermimpilah saat anda bangun (bukan saat tertidur)
7. Iri hati membuang-buang waktu, Anda sudah memiliki semua kebutuhan Anda
8. Lupakan masa lalu. Jangan mengungkit kesalahan pasangan Anda di masa lalu. Hal itu akan merusak kebahagiaan Anda saat ini
9. Hidup terlalu singkat untuk membenci siapapun itu. Jangan membenci
10. Berdamailah dengan masa lalu Anda agar hal tersebut tidak menganggu masa ini
11. Tidak ada seorang pun yang bertanggung jawab atas kebahagiaan Anda kecuali Anda
12. Sadari bahwa hidup adalah sekolah, dan Anda berada di sini sebagai pelajar. Masalah adalah bagian daripada kurikulum yang datang dan pergi seperti kelas aljabar (matematika) tetapi, pelajaran yang Anda dapat bertahan seumur hidup
13. Senyumlah dan tertawalah
14. Anda tidak dapat selalu menang dalam perbedaan pendapat. Belajarlah menerima kekalahan
15. Hubungi keluarga Anda sesering mungkin
16. Setiap hari berikan sesuatu yang baik kepada orang lain
17. Ampuni setiap orang untuk segala hal
18. Habiskan waktu dengan orang-orang di atas umur 70 dan di bawah 6 tahun
19. Coba untuk membuat paling sedikit 3 orang tersenyum setiap hari
20. Apa yang orang lain pikirkan tentang Anda bukanlah urusan Anda
21. Pekerjaan Anda tidak akan menjaga Anda di saat Anda sakit, tetapi keluarga dan teman Anda. Tetaplah berhubungan baik
22. Jadikan Tuhan sebagai yang pertama dalam setiap pikiran, perkataan, dan perbuatan Anda
23. Tuhan menyembuhkan segala sesuatu
24. Lakukan hal yang benar
25. Sebaik/ seburuk apapun sebuah situasi, hal tersebut akan berubah
26. Tidak peduli bagaimana perasaan Anda, bangun, berpakaian, dan keluarlah!
27. Yang terbaik belumlah tiba
28. Buang segala sesuatu yang tidak berguna, tidak indah, atau mendukakan
29. Ketika Anda bangun di pagi hari, berterima kasihlah pada Tuhan untuk itu
30. Jika Anda mengenal Tuhan, Anda akan selalu bersukacita. So, be happy

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