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The greatest part of our happiness depends on our dispositions, not our circumstances.
-- Martha Washington


Thursday, July 4, 2013

Do some

Being positive some of the time is much better than being positive none of the time. Making a small effort is far more effective than making no effort at all.

Even when you are not able to do it all, do some. Even when you don’t have enough time, make good use of the time you have.

Though you may not get everything done, you can make some real progress. Even though conditions are not perfect, you can work with what you have.

Use each opportunity to do what you can, when you can, with what the moment affords you. Small efforts, all applied in a consistent direction, can quickly add up to big results.

Though there never seems to be enough time, there is always now. So make good and meaningful use of it.

Make life a little bit better, again and again, each chance you get. Soon, you’ll find things to be a whole lot better.

— Ralph Marston

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