Saturday, December 13, 2008

4 Bubbles:

Yes, they say it is all relative so that statement is true. Someone said you can make a heaven of hell or a hell of heaven. The glass half full or empty. I am grateful for my not perfect but still kicking health, a few select friends that stand the test of time and tide, and my wonderful daughter Alexia, 17, and we still have great times and conversation, not as much as Dad would like, but still I am grateful. Alan

Yeah true....always be thankful for what you have. me, I always thanks God for all the blessings He has given to me and my family..

Hi DiamondMum,
You have the right outlook in life. Live life to the fullest!

If everyone live happily and give thanks for their lives in the present and eagerly look forward to the future with anticipated joy, our desires are so much easier to come by. The choice is in our hands.

Having gratitude means having happiness!

Hi Alan
Whoever said that about heaven and hell is right! It's all in our mind.

Please do take care of that 'not perfect but still kicking health'.