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Attitude Adjustment

Jan 01, 1970 / Character     

You make decisions every day—what to eat, what to wear, where to go. If you find yourself complaining…or frequently irritated, then make the decision to be content…to be satisfied with your circumstances in life. It's not hard, but it does take practice. Next time you think of what's wrong with your situation, stop! For instance, instead of complaining because you have to mow the lawn, be thankful that you have a lawn to mow. Get the idea? Do a mental inventory of what you have to be thankful for…there's a lot! Find something that's good and focus on that. If you need some help learning to see what's good, watch this story about Patrick Henry Hughes and how he looks at life. Then, make up your mind.



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