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LUV iz… on SiGHT

#LUV iz... on Sight! by communiTEEZ
#LUV iz… on Sight!, a photo by communiTEEZ on Flickr.

Via Flickr:

“I will eliminate
hatred, envy, jealously,
selfishness and cynicism,
by developing love [ LUV ]
for all humanity,
because I know
that a negative attitude
towards others
can never bring me success [ sekses ].

I will cause
others to believe in me,
I will believe in them,
and in myself.

I will sign my name
to this formula,
commit it to memory
and repeat it aloud once a day,
with full faith
that it will gradually influence
my thoughts and actions
so that I will become
a self-reliant
successful person.”

– Napoleon Hill,
from his best-selling
& groundbreaking book Think and Grow Rich

LUV iz… boosting your HAPPINESS

take some time to do our weekly gratitude journaling.

I feel really grateful for:
1. _______________________________

2. _______________________________

3. _______________________________

4. ________________________________


“At the end of the ten weeks, we examined differences between the three groups on all of the well-being outcomes that we measured at the outset of the study.

Participants in the gratitude condition felt better about their lives as a whole and were more optimistic about the future than participants in either of the other control conditions.

To put it into numbers,
according to the scale we used to calculate well-being, z
they were a full 25 percent happier than other participants.”

~ Robert Emmons
from Thanks!

LUV iz… the sum of its parts

17 If the whole body were an eye, where would the sense of hearing be?

If the whole body were an ear, where would the sense of smell be?

18 But in fact God has placed the parts in the body, every one of them, just as he wanted them to be.

19 If they were all one part, where would the body be?

20 As it is, there are many parts, but one body.

{ 1 Corinthians 12:17 }




LUV iz… filling your tank (again)

“You know a lot; are you implementing it? When stuff happens, your response to it is the BEST test on to what degree you are truly implementing new awareness.

We all have comfort zones of going into a reaction of being a certain way like: sad, depressed, victimey, going into addict behavior, etc.

What is the NEW and more UPLIFTING way you’d like to react?”

—Christine Hassler,
host of the Quarterlife Upgrade