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I've learned that no matter
 what happens,
or how bad it seems today,
life does go on,
and it will get better tomorrow.

     

I've learned that if you
 pursue happiness, it will
 elude you.  But if you focus
on your family, the needs
of others, your work,
meeting new people, and
doing the best you can,
happiness will find you.

      

I've learned that you can
 tell a lot about a person
 by the way he or she
handles three things:
a rainy day,
lost luggage,
and tangled
Christmas tree lights.
  


              

I've learned that I must
keep cheerful friends.
The grouches will pull
you down.


I've learned that regardless
 of your relationship with
 your parents,
you'll miss them when
they're gone from your life.
   



I've learned that if
someone says something
unkind about me, I must
live so that no one
will believe it.



I've learned that making
a "living" is not the same
 as "making a life."
         





Laugh often, long and
loud.  Laugh until you
gasp for breath.
And if you have a friend
who makes you laugh,
spend lots and lots
of time with that friend.


   

I've learned that life
sometimes gives you
a second chance.
 



I've learned that
everyone can use
a prayer.


I've learned that you
shouldn't go through life
with a catcher's mitt
on both hands; you need
to be able to throw
some things back.



       

I've don't know why
some people change
churches.  What difference
does it make which church
 they do not attend.


I've learned that whenever
I decide something with
an open heart, I usually
make the right decision.




I've learned that
even when I have pains,
I don't have to be one.





   



I've learned that if you
want to cheer yourself
up, you should try
cheering someone else up.



       


I've learned that
every day you should
reach out and touch someone.

 


Don't let your worries
get the best of you;
remember, Moses
started out as
a basket case.



I've learned that people
love a warm hug, or
just a friendly
pat on the back.




I've learned that
God does not
propose to judge a
person until that
 person is dead.  So,
why should I?





I've learned that
I still have a lot to learn.






I've learned it is
easier to preach
ten sermons than
to live just one.

 


I've learned that people will
forget what you said,
people will
forget what you did,
but people will never forget
 how you made them feel.
    

                 

I've learned that you
must forgive NOW
those who made you
cry.  You just might
not get a second chance.