People and circumstances will occasionally break you down. But If you keep your mind focused, your heart open to possibility, and continue to put one foot in front of the other, you will be able to quickly recover the pieces, rebuild, and come back much stronger than you ever would have been otherwise.
Down days are completely normal, and not something you should feel guilty about having.
Always remember Happiness is never constant.
Surrendering to your sadness, or whatever negative emotion is trying to come to the surface, does not make you a bad person. But remember, if you aren’t sincerely thankful for every smile, don’t be totally shocked by every tear. Keep things in perspective.
When you are at your lowest point, you are Open to the greatest positive change.
Happiness is not the absence of problems, but the strength to deal with them. Strength doesn’t come from what you can do; it comes from overcomm’g the thm’gs you once thought you couldn’t do.
There is’ a huge dfierence between giving up and moving on.
Moving on doesn’t mean giving up, but rather accepting that there are some things that cannot be. Moving on can mean that you’re making a choice to be happy rather than hurt. For some folks, good situations last a lifetime, but for many, not knowing when to move on can hold them back forever.