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[Quote No.56955] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[Failure, mistakes, negatives:] If you get the dirty end of the stick, sharpen it and turn it into a useful tool. [- that you can be grateful for. When you get lemons, make lemonade!]" - Colin Powell

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[Quote No.56969] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[Most people are nearly always dealing with and focusing on something that is difficult and challenging. We are psychologically and physiologically wired to have a negativity bias to find and fix problems, in order of priority for survival and happiness. How can we test if this hypothesis is true?] The next suitable person you're in light conversation with, you [could] stop suddenly in the middle of the conversation and look at the person closely and say, 'What's wrong?' You say it in a concerned way. He'll say, 'What do you mean?' You say, 'Something's wrong. I can tell. What is it?' And he'll look stunned and say, 'How did you know?' He doesn't realize something's always wrong, with everybody. Often more than one thing. He doesn't know everybody's always going around all the time with something wrong and believing they're exerting great willpower and control to keep other people, for whom they think nothing’s ever wrong, from seeing it.' [It takes understanding that happiness is relative and about what you compare your experience to - better and you feel bad and bitter, worse and you feel good and grateful - to approach 'enlightened', perennial joie de vivre. This revelation is not expressed enough, especially in consumer-based societies where discontent is manufactured and then used to market the next purchase!]" - David Foster Wallace
'The Pale King'
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[Quote No.57241] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Sometimes the best Christmas present is remembering [and being grateful for] what you've already got." - Cathy Guisewite

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[Quote No.57333] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[Only by comparison and contrast with what is worse, can we deeply appreciate and be truly grateful for what we have. For example:] The dark background which death supplies brings out the tender colours of life in all their purity." - George Santayana

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[Quote No.57401] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"True wisdom lies in gathering the precious things out of each day as it goes by!!" - E.S. Bouton

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[Quote No.57413] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"The wealth of man is the number of things which he loves and blesses, which he is loved and blessed by [which he is consciously grateful for]." - Thomas Carlyle

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[Quote No.57425] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Cultivate the habit of being grateful for every good thing that comes to you, and to give thanks continuously. And because all things [good and bad] have contributed to your advancement, [and that even bad things were not worse] you should include all things in your gratitude." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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[Quote No.57431] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"About ninety percent of the things in our lives are right and about ten percent are wrong. If we want to be happy, all we have to do is to concentrate on [and be grateful for] the ninety percent that are right and ignore the ten percent that are wrong. If we want to be worried and bitter and have stomach ulcers, all we have to do is to concentrate on the ten percent that are wrong and ignore the ninety percent that are glorious." - Dale Carnegie
From his book, 'How to Stop Worrying and Start Living', p.52.
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[Quote No.57442] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[Comparison and contrast with what is worse helps gratitude:] Maybe you have to know the darkness before you can appreciate the light." - Madeleine L’Engle

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[Quote No.57444] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"It is [especially] during our darkest moments that we must focus [on how things could have been worse to feel relief and gratitude and] to see the light." - Aristotle

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[Quote No.57505] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"An individual has a healthy personality to the exact degree to which they have the propensity to look for the good [that they can be grateful for] in every situation." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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[Quote No.57583] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"...though the fact of death destroys us [at least physically], the idea of death can save us. In other words, our awareness of death can throw a different perspective on life [our concerns and challenges] and incite us to rearrange our [needs, dreams, goals, etc.] priorities [and be more grateful for what we already have, while we still have it, rather than taking the experiences of life and living for granted]. " - Irvin D. Yalom
(1931 - ), American existential psychiatrist and psychotherapist, who is emeritus professor of psychiatry at Stanford University, as well as author of both fiction and nonfiction. Quote from his 1989 classic 'Love’s Executioner and Other Tales of Psychotherapy', p.111.
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[Quote No.57629] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[On death and dying, after being diagnosed with a terminal illness:] I cannot pretend I am without fear. But my predominant feeling is one of gratitude! I have loved and been loved; I have been given much and I have given something in return; I have read and traveled and thought and written. ... Above all, I have been a sentient being, a thinking animal, on this beautiful planet, and that in itself has been an enormous privilege and adventure." - Dr. Oliver Sacks
[https://www.brainpickings.org/2015/11/24/oliver-sacks-gratitude-book/ ]
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[Quote No.57683] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"'No Mud, No Lotus' [refers to the fact that the beautiful pure lotus flower grows in muddy water and so the phrase means that a secret to personal evolution and happiness is to accept and acknowledge the redemptive challenge of transforming suffering into growth, wisdom and greater compassion, rather than to run away from it. Therefore it is possible to be grateful for a difficulty that helps us grow and become more of our better self]." - Thich Nhat Hanh
He is a Vietnamese monk, a renowned Zen master, a poet, and a peace activist. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize by Martin Luther King, Jr., in 1967, and is the author of many books, including the best-selling 'The Miracle of Mindfulness'. This is from his book, 'No Mud, No Lotus: The Art of Transforming Suffering'. [http://www.amazon.com/No-Mud-Lotus-Transforming-Suffering/dp/1937006859 ]
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[Quote No.57694] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[Are you looking at how to be grateful that your life is not worse or bitter that your life is not better? Because it makes a big difference to how positive and happy your life will be! For example:-] I met a person who was in a wheelchair. He related a story about how a person once asked if it was difficult to be confined to a wheelchair. He responded, 'I'm not confined to my wheelchair - I am liberated by it. If it wasn't for my wheelchair, I would be bed-bound and never able to leave my room or house.'" - Unknown

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[Quote No.57699] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"There is no good or bad without us, there is only perception. There is the event itself and the story we tell ourselves about what it means. [If the story we tell ourselves - and others - compares what happened with something better we feel bitter and unhappy. If the story we tell ourselves - and others - compares what happened with something worse we feel grateful and happy.]" - Ryan Holiday
Quote from his book, 'The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph'.
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[Quote No.57719] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"I am more and more convinced that our happiness or our unhappiness depends far more on the way we meet [perceive by comparing and contrasting to something better and so feel bitter and so feel inspired to react negatively or by comparing and contrasting to something worse and so feel grateful and inspired to react positively] the events of life than on the nature of those events themselves." - Karl Wilhelm Von Humboldt
(1767-1835), German statesman, philologist.
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[Quote No.57735] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Life is a gift. Never take it for granted." - Sasha Azevedo

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[Quote No.57793] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"No mud; no lotus. No grit; no pearl. No rain; no rainbow! No pressure; no diamond. " - Unknown

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[Quote No.57814] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Life is a movie you see through your own unique eyes. It makes little difference what's happening out there. It's how you take [compare] it that counts. [If you compare it to something better you will feel bitter and sad but if you compare it to something worse you will feel grateful and glad.]" - Denis Waitley

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[Quote No.57838] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"I assert that life is beautiful... there are many thorns, but the roses are there too [but only if one looks for them]. " - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
(1840 - 1893), great Russian composer. Quote from a letter from the spring of 1870, shortly after his thirtieth birthday.
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[Quote No.57854] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[Be grateful even for difficulties because...] We could never learn to be brave and patient, if there were only joys in the world. [Remember 'No mud; no lotus. No grit; no pearl. No rain; no rainbow. No pressure; no diamond.']" - Helen Keller

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[Quote No.57860] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"A master of happiness will appreciate what he or she has while they have them and the moment any specific thing is gone or lost, the focus will be on other things to appreciate and be grateful for. At times, this could be gratitude for the memories that remain." - Rabbi Zelig Pliskin
Quote from his book, 'Happiness', p.229.
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[Quote No.57873] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely. [It is possible to be grateful even for negative experiences if we use them as the start and spur for greater eventual good in ourselves and the world. For example, 'No mud; no lotus. No grit; no pearl. No rain, no rainbow. No pressure; no diamond.']" - Auguste Rodin
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[Quote No.57879] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Practice gratitude. Remember that someone, somewhere, is praying for things that you take for granted." - James Ashcroft
[https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-best-way-to-live-a-happy-and-successful-life/answer/James-Ashcroft ]
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[Quote No.58076] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[Be humble, share the credit and be grateful to all concerned:] There is no such thing as a 'self-made' man. We are made up of thousands of others. Everyone who has ever done a kind deed for us, or spoken one word of encouragement to us, has entered into the make-up of our character and of our thoughts." - George Matthew Adams

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[Quote No.58112] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Life is a series of experiences, each of which makes us bigger, even though it is hard to realize this. For the world was built to develop character, and we must learn that the setbacks and grieves which we endure help us in our marching onward [and upward and so we can and should be grateful for them]." - Henry Ford

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[Quote No.58141] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"You oughta be thankful, a whole heaping lot, For the places and people you're lucky you're not! " - Dr. Seuss

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[Quote No.58158] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Be Grateful For All You Can Do: ...As an exercise in appreciation, try for one hour to feel grateful for every single thing you find yourself doing. When you read, be grateful you can see and read. When you walk, be grateful for the use of your feet. When you talk, be grateful for the ability to communicate with others. For a full hour do not take even the smallest action for granted. Be aware of every detail of what you can do. Anyone who does this daily for even a short time will have a much greater appreciation for everything he does." - Rabbi Zelig Pliskin
Quote from his book, 'Gateway to Happiness', p.46.
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[Quote No.58165] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Learn how to be happy with [and grateful for] what you have while you pursue all that you want." - Jim Rohn

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[Quote No.58180] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[Reframing what you compare your experiences with is...] The Simple Secret to Good Moods [and Eternal Gratitude]: In an experiment, people were asked to do a simple task: Complete the sentence, 'I'm glad I'm not a...' They completed the sentence five times. After doing this simple exercise, they were happier with their lives. Their 'life satisfaction' was improved after the exercise. Another group of volunteers were asked to complete a different sentence: 'I wish I were a...' After this exercise, they were less satisfied with their lives. You have a lot of control over what you compare your life to, and if you would like to feel contentment, it behooves you to consciously exercise your control. Use the power you have and enjoy more of your life. Another study, this time at the University of Milwaukee, looked at comparisons in a different way. A group of women were shown pictures of difficult living conditions from a hundred years ago. Another group were told to imagine and then write about what it would be like to experience a horrible tragedy like getting disfigured or terribly burned. Doesn't this sound like a fun exercise? Afterwards the women filled out a rating scale to measure their satisfaction with the quality of their own lives. They were more satisfied with their lives after the exercise. Why? Because it gave them something worse to compare their own lives to. You can do a comparison experiment at home. Fill one bucket with ice cold water and another bucket with pretty hot water. Fill a third bucket with room-temperature water. Now soak one hand in the hot water and one in the cold water for a couple minutes. Then pull them both out and plunge them into the room temperature water. You'll get the strange sensation of a single bucket of water feeling both hot and cold at the same time. Compared to the hot water, the room temperature water feels cold. Compared to the ice cold water, it feels hot. Comparison makes the difference. It effects your direct perception of reality. In Nelson Mandela's autobiography, 'Long Walk to Freedom', he describes his time in prison. It was pretty bad. But, he says, sometimes he was put in isolation. When in isolation, the only food they got was rice water three times a day (rice water is the water rice has been boiled in). That's it. That's all they got to 'eat.' And when isolation was over and he was put back in the normal prison, the tiny amount of horrible food they usually ate seemed like a feast. The comparison with something worse changed his direct perception. You and I come upon examples like this all the time. We've seen it in so many ways. But if you're like me, you have missed the vital lesson for the most part. I like to read true-life survival or adventure stories, as you can probably tell. One of the reasons I like to read them is that I feel so fortunate when I'm done reading. I get up and go about my day, freshly aware that I am not starving or freezing or dying of thirst, and it makes me feel rich and lucky and happy. I like it when an author uses examples to illustrate a point, and I hope you do too, because I have another one for you: After returning to base camp from an arduous, intense brush with death in another true survival story, 'K2, The Savage Mountain', the authors write about how relaxing and wonderful it was to be back in base camp: 'At that moment we craved no delicacies, no entertainment, no luxuries. We felt like swimmers from a capsized boat who had just completed the long swim to shore. Merely being there was unspeakable luxury.' One thing interesting from studies on happiness is that after having enough money to supply yourself with the basic necessities, money doesn't have much of an impact on your happiness level. People who are very wealthy are only slightly happier than people living modestly. But there is an exception to this rule: If someone with a low income comes in frequent contact with people with higher incomes, it can make the lower income person unhappier with his circumstances. People who are very poor in, say, India, and everyone in their village is very poor, can still be pretty happy. But a poor person in Beverly Hills who actually would be rich compared to the person in the poor Indian village, might be miserable because he is comparing himself to all the people around him who have so much money. This may explain what's called a 'helper's high' (people who volunteer often feel happier) — they are getting a real-life, first-hand comparison between their own life (however bad they may have thought it was) and someone else's life (which is much worse). I have another example for you to illustrate what happens when you transfer a person from one circumstance to an entirely different one. A man named Sichan Siv escaped Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge blood bath. He had to escape because the government was trying to execute anyone with an education. His escape was very difficult and took a long time. He eventually made it to the United States and got a job at the Friendly Ice Cream restaurant, washing dishes, mopping floors, and taking out the trash for 16 hours a day — and he was very happy. He felt like the luckiest man in the world. 'I'm free!' he thought, 'Nobody's trying to kill me!' Those of us who grew up in the United States would find his situation - working at such a hard job 16 hours a day and making so little money - almost intolerable. But that's because we are comparing it to our own lives. But we're not stuck only making comparisons that come naturally. You can deliberately make any kind of comparison you want, and this is one place where your thoughts really make a difference." - Adam Khan
Excerpted from the book, ‘Viewfinder: How to Change the Way You Look at Things’, by Adam Khan and Klassy Evans.
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[Quote No.58182] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[Reframing what you compare your experiences with is the Simple Secret to Good Moods and Eternal Gratitude]: ... If you keep comparing your situation to something better, you'll be unsatisfied and driven to run the rat race until you drop. If you compare your situation to something worse, it makes you feel better, puts you in a better mood, relaxes you, and makes you feel more content [and grateful]. You can re-compare your life to anything you want any time you want, and it will always change the way you feel. The comparison technique will never wear out." - Adam Khan
[http://www.moodraiser.com/2008/08/rat-race-movie.html ]
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[Quote No.58309] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"It's not how much we have, but how much we enjoy [and are thankful for] that makes happiness." - Charles Spurgeon

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[Quote No.58310] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"I am determined to be [grateful] cheerful and happy in whatever situation I may find myself. For I have learned that the greater part of our misery or unhappiness is not determined by our circumstance, but by our disposition [and what we are comparing our life to:- better and we'll feel bitter and sad or; worse and we'll feel grateful and glad]." - Martha Washington

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[Quote No.58376] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[Happiness and gratitude depends on what yardstick you compare it to, whether better/more or worse/less. For example...] Unexpected money is a delight. The same sum is a bitterness when you expected more. " - Mark Twain

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[Quote No.58416] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Abundance is...not how much I own but how much I appreciate." - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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[Quote No.58431] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"...just to be alive is a grand thing." - Agatha Christie

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[Quote No.58445] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Wondrous is the strength of cheerfulness [gratitude things aren't worse], and its power of endurance - the cheerful man will do more in the same time, will do it better, will persevere in it longer, than the sad or sullen!!" - Thomas Carlyle

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[Quote No.58478] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy [and grateful things are not worse]." - Anne Frank

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[Quote No.58596] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Everything is either an opportunity to grow [for which you can be grateful for] or an obstacle to keep you from growing. You get to choose." - Wayne Dyer

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[Quote No.58682] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Blessings we enjoy daily, and for most of them, because they be so common, men forget to pay their praises." - Izaak Walton

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[Quote No.58715] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"...on how one orients himself to the moment [compares it to something better or worse] depends the failure [bitterness] or fruitfulness [gratitude] of it." - Henry Miller
(1891-1980), writer.
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[Quote No.58937] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"A wise man should ... learn how by his own thought to derive benefit [positives] from his illnesses [negatives]." - Hippocrates
(460 BC - 370 BC), Hippocrates of Kos, also known as Hippocrates II, was a Greek physician of the Age of Pericles, and is considered one of the most outstanding figures in the history of medicine and is sometimes called 'the father of medicine'.
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[Quote No.58940] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"A wise man should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings...[and, whatever its state, be grateful it is not worse!]" - Hippocrates
(460 BC - 370 BC), Hippocrates of Kos, also known as Hippocrates II, was a Greek physician of the Age of Pericles, and is considered one of the most outstanding figures in the history of medicine and is sometimes called 'the father of medicine'.
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[Quote No.59016] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"For me, happiness is about appreciating what one has. ...It means, finding pleasure in the ordinary." - Mary Pipher
American clinical psychologist and author.
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[Quote No.59053] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Remember that one who forgets the language of gratitude can never be on speaking terms with happiness." - John Robbins

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[Quote No.59317] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[Poem:]

When you think things are bad,
when you feel sour and blue,
when you start to get mad...
you should do what I do!
Just tell yourself, Duckie,
you're really quite lucky!
Some people are much more...
oh, ever so much more...
oh, muchly much-much more
unlucky than you!

" - Dr. Seuss
'Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?'
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[Quote No.59318] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"[Poem:]

You ought to be thankful
a hole heaping lot,
for the places and people
you're lucky you're not!

" - Dr. Seuss
'Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?'
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[Quote No.59360] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"...research shows that people are happier if they are grateful for the positive things in their lives, rather than worrying about what might be missing." - Dan Buettner

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[Quote No.59520] Need Area: Fun > Gratitude
"Two People With Seemingly Similar Lives: Two people can have lives that seem very similar from the outside. They both can have what seems to be a good life. They have nice homes, plenty of food, a fine family, good jobs. Yet the quality of their lives can be polar opposites. One lacks gratitude. He is always dissatisfied and unhappy. [He compares what he has with what is better and therefore is disappointed.] He always focuses on what he considers to be missing. He always has complaints. He creates negativity wherever he goes. The other has mastered gratitude. [He compares what he has with what is worse and therefore is relieved and happy.] He lives a more spiritual life. He is always grateful and joyful. He always has a good word to say about others. He is a pleasure to be around. He is constantly in a state of well-being. He consistently makes others feel good." - Rabbi Zelig Pliskin
Quote from his book,'THANK YOU! Gratitude: Formulas, Stories, and Insights'.
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