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A River Flows in You
Transcript of A River Flows in You
Like a river, life keeps moving no matter what. Just as a river creates it's own course, you are in control of your own destiny. You are a source of life; you can choose to be happy, to always have life running through you.
"A happy family is but an earlier heaven."— George Bernard Shaw
You can't buy happiness but you can buy fishing gear and that's pretty much the same thing.
Happiness is . . .
falling in love, suddenly
by Jonni Robinson
Happiness is being married to your
best friend . . . and soul mate.
"Happiness begins where selfishness ends."
— John Wooden
"Sons are the anchors of a mother's life."
"The art of happiness lies in the power of extracting happiness from common things."
— Henry Ward Beecher
Art is you being free from all of
the world's heaviness.
"In summer, the song sings itself."
— William Carlos Williams
"Your life doesn't get better by chance,
it gets better by change." — Jim Rohn
"Music is the language of the Spirit. It opens the secret of life bringing peace, abolishing strife."
"Happiness can only exist in acceptance."
— George Orwell
“The summit of happiness is reached when a person is ready to be what he is.” — Desiderius Erasmus
"It is important to expect nothing, to take every experience, including the negative ones, as merely steps on the path, and then proceed."— Ram Dass