In the darkest of times, laughter helps revolutionize our perspective.
To be absent from the iPhone is to be present in the moment. Ignore it. Make some friends.
You see, the richest people I know don't always understand what is going on. They don't always like what they see. But they have a quiet confidence that God will put all things together for their good.
There is no better friendship booster than the ability to listen. The ability to show genuine interest in others is an admirable quality of a true friend.
God does not call us to rest seven days a week with our head in the sand. He calls us to make an impact wherever we are.
Most of us, when asked to gauge the richness of our lives, think immediately of people. Those who have cried with us, laughed with us, and shaped who we are.
In a world characterized by loneliness and despair, we can reach out in love to those around us. Or, as St. Francis once said, we can "preach the gospel all the time; if necessary, use words."
Those who influenced me the most are not those who pointed out all my faults, but those who knew God was bigger than my shortcomings. Those who influenced me the most didn't just point a finger, they held out a helping hand.
Our possessions are a trust from God. What we clutch tightly, we lose. What we place in His hands, we will possess.
Rich people are those who know that the best is yet to come.
Yes, life can be rich down here. But never forget, the richest life is still to come.
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