Love is like a dying ember, only memories remain.
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Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you'll start having positive results.
I take it not only a day at a time, but a moment at a time, and keep it at that pace. If you can be happy right now, then you’ll always be happy, because it’s always in the now
If you wait for tomorrow to follow your dreams, by the time that you get there they're gone.
If you’re not crazy there’s something wrong with you. Willie Nelson
There is only one map to the journey of life and it lives within your heart
Be gentle with your words - you can't take them back.
Be here. Be present. Wherever you are, be there.
When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around.
If you can be content right now, then you'll always be content, because it's always right now.
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