There is Not a Habit

There is not a habit which will bring so much of value to the life as that of always carrying an optimistic hopeful attitude of really expecting that things are going to turn out well with us and not ill, that we are going to succeed and not fail are going to be happy and not miserable. – Orison Swett Marden

Commentary:
There is NOT a habit…and if you know of one, do share, but then again, why would we invite that knowledge, please disregard.  Commencing further, the book states, “…SO MUCH value…”, not just a simple, ordinary, generous, but SO MUCH value. Things WILL turn out WILL work out WELL for us and NOT ill…that we WILL succeed and NOT fail…ARE happy and NOT miserable. – Period, Case-Closed!

2 thoughts on “There is Not a Habit”

  1. What a great habit to adopt. Being optimistic and hopeful always expecting good over bad would be medicine for our mind, spirit and body!!

    I would like to take this time to encourage you all to early vote beginning 10/18/2010 any polling locations in Houston. Remember the building that house the voting machines burnt down(with the voting machines) this summer. So lines will probably be long(especially Democratic polling locations). Take some one to the poll with you. This is a very important vote.

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