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Which day is the most beautiful day in your life?

Today.

 

What’s the easiest thing to do in life?

A mistake.

 

What’s the greatest obstacle?

Fear.

 

What’s the most profound tragedy in life?

Abandonment.

 

What’s the root of all evil?

Egotism.

 

What’s the most wonderful entertainment and fun?

Work, of course!

 

What’s the greatest failure?

Lack of faith.

 

Who are the best teachers?

Kids.

 

What’s the absolute prime need?

Contact with another human being

 

What brings a person the greatest feeling of satisfaction?

Being of help to somebody and being appreciated.

 

What’s the greatest mystery?

Death.

 

The What’s the most serious human failing?

Lack of a sense of humor.

 

What’s the greatest Enemy?

Deceit and lies.

 

What’s the worst emotion?

Anger.

 

What’s the most wonderful gift?

Forgiveness.

 

What’s the #1 most desired necessity?

One’s own home.

 

What’s the quickest way forward?

Certainty.

 

What’s the most wonderful feeling?

Inner peace.

 

What’s the best defence?

A smile.

 

What’s the best medicine?

Optimism.

 

What’s the greatest might on earth?

Faith.

 

Who are the people whom we need most of all?

Our parents.

 

What’s the most beautiful of all?

Love.

 

Intelligence without love makes you perverse.

Fairness and justness without love make you inflexible and stern.

Diplomacy and tact without love make you a hypocrite.

Success without love turns you arrogant.

Wealth without love makes you mean and tight–fisted.

Poverty without love turns you into a radical.

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Beauty without love makes you capricious.

Authority and power without love lead to tyranny.

Labour without love turns you into a slave.

Naivety without love deprives you of values.

Prayer and worship without love turn you into an egotist.

Faith without love turns you into a fanatic.

Bearing your cross in life without love becomes a terrible burden.

Life without love loses its meaning.

Meditation: Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I have become sounding brass or a clanging cymbal. And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing. And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, but have not love, it profits me nothing. – 1 Corinthians 13:1-3

You will succeed in Jesus Name!

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