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As you'll find, it doesn’t take a lot to make me chuffed. . . . an exceptional night’s sleep. . . . A grandson who bargains to wash the snow off my driveway and in addition repair my laptop. . . . —Art Buchwald, columnist #184 If merely we’d cease attempting to be at liberty we’d have a solid time. —Edith Wharton, author #185 The passing second is all that we will ensure of; it is just good judgment to extract its utmost price from it . . . —W. Somerset Maugham, author #186 not anyone fairly cares if you’re depressing, that you can to boot feel free. —Cynthia Nelms, artist #187 lifestyles was once approximately spending time jointly, approximately having the time to stroll jointly keeping palms, speaking quietly as they watched the sunlight cross down. It wasn’t glamorous, however it was once, in lots of methods, the easiest that lifestyles needed to provide. —Nicholas Sparks, author #188 I can’t be arrogant, simply because i do know so that you can lose whatever at any element. and that i can’t be indignant, simply because I haven’t misplaced it. —Michael J. Fox, actor #189 there's ecstasy in being attentive. you may get right into a form of Wordsworthian openness to the area, the place you spot in every thing the essence of holiness. —Anne Lamott, author #190 We’re so busy gazing out for what’s simply prior to us that we don’t take time to take pleasure in the place we're. —Bill Watterson, cartoonist #191 the purpose of lifestyles is to dwell, and to stay capacity to remember, joyously, drunkenly, serenely, divinely acutely aware. —Henry Miller, author #192 Lend your ears to tune, open your eyes to portray, and . . . cease pondering! —Wassily Kandinsky, artist #193 within the similar means that one has to just accept the elements, so one has to just accept how one feels approximately lifestyles occasionally. “Today’s a crap day,” is a wonderfully real looking procedure. It’s all approximately discovering a type of psychological umbrella. “Hey-ho, it’s raining within: it isn’t my fault and there’s not anything i will be able to do approximately it, yet sit down it out. however the solar may perhaps pop out the next day to come and while it does, I shall take complete virtue. ” —Stephen Fry, comic #194 pleasure is to enjoyable what the deep sea is to a puddle. It’s a sense within that may hardly ever be contained. —Terry Pratchett, author #195 The longer I stay, the extra appealing lifestyles turns into. in case you foolishly forget about attractiveness, you'll soon end up with no it. Your lifestyles could be impoverished. but when you put money into attractiveness, it is going to stay with you the entire days of your lifestyles. —Frank Lloyd Wright, architect #196 Very sometimes, in case you rather watch out, existence doesn’t suck. —Joss Whedon, director #197 you could turn into blind via seeing every day as an identical one. every day is a unique one, every day brings a miracle of its personal. It’s only a topic of being attentive to this miracle. —Paulo Coelho, author #198 many folks want desperately to obtain this message: “I think and imagine a lot as you do, care approximately some of the stuff you care approximately, even though most folks don't care approximately them. you're not on my own. ” —Kurt Vonnegut, author #199 a contented guy is simply too chuffed with the current to reside an excessive amount of at the destiny. —Albert Einstein, physicist #200 whether happiness forgets you slightly, by no means thoroughly ignore it.