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February 07, 2009

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Annie

When my husband was ill and afterwards, my motto became "One day at a time...sweet Jesus! (thought the added part couldn't hurt)" and then I'd make sure I"d take a walk, exercise ....do something and eat right......because that's what I had control of! It helped me through some very tough times :exercising, eating right and thinking positive thoughts).

Kairol Rosenthal

My mantra is "everything changes". I stole it from Lao Tzu - the Tao de Ching. I was diagnosed with cancer at 27 and this phrase has gotten me through the last eight years. I love it because it doesn't deny reality, or even say that everything is going to be better. But if you are taking a stroll through hell, it lets you know that things will change. To me, this kind of reality equals happiness.

http://everythingchangesbook.com/

MaggieM

thank you for this post -- I needed it today!

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