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Appreciate (Daily Chill)

Appreciate (Daily Chill)


Chillout: Contentment is not about having all your desires fulfilled, but it is a grateful appreciation of what you already have.




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12:54PM PDT on Jul 8, 2012

So true.

5:49PM PDT on Jul 6, 2012

Great quote, thanks.

10:14AM PDT on Jul 6, 2012

In so many ways it is true.

3:49PM PDT on Jul 5, 2012

good one.

8:12AM PDT on Jul 5, 2012


7:50AM PDT on Jul 5, 2012

It is a peaceful feeling

7:44AM PDT on Jul 5, 2012

A wonderful thought to keep in mind. We all need to remember grattitude for what is there already. Always wanting more, and not being satisfied with what one already has, can be a negative and lead to a lot of bad things.

7:38AM PDT on Jul 5, 2012


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