Go on over to my Happy Day Moment Facebook Page. Then “Like” it. 🙂

I post something every day and maybe maybe the words will uplift encourage inspire motivate lighten comfort energize and all that sort of thing.

  • Don’t be consumed with those who walked away from you; be consumed with those who stayed.
  • We’re not defined by what people say about us, not by our flaws, not by past failures or present difficulties.
  • Sometimes we fail miserably. The thing is to forgive ourselves and get back up.
  • Be yourself and the right people will love the real you. Never change just so people will like you.
  • A positive word, a kind gesture, a quiet gift have the power to change the day for someone.
  • If there are words that need saying, say them.
  • Give honor and gratitude and love to those who serve.
  • The stuff we go through will either make us sweeter, better, nobler. Or it will make us more critical and fault-finding, and more insistent on our own way.
  • To be critical of others, or to not love them because they’re not like us, is to fail to see God’s wonderful plan.
  • Our world would be a better place if people’s first response was “I understand.”
  • Don’t be silent about things that matter.
  • Aim to be thankful whether being enlarged or reduced, whether in much or in little.
  • Choose to live your life so that if others malign you no one will believe them.
  • An awareness of gratitude energizes us.
  • When we feel incapable, it’s usually because we’ve forgotten to acknowledge that we’re stronger than we know.
  • Sometimes a hard road can lead to a beautiful place.
  • Creating community, finding kindred spirits, doesn’t just happen. It takes reaching out. It takes being a friend.
  • Forgive quickly and give grace as much as possible.
  • Choose to remember. Choose to remember all that you have been given.
  • There is always, under the mess of life, something to be grateful for.
  • Happy is good. Laughter is healing.
  • Let us let go of our need to be liked and our need to be right and our need to be anything but a pointer to the grace of God.
  • Despite our sometimes similar, sometimes different, interpretations of what we face, let’s agree that love is our common bond.
  • When stuff seems overwhelming, only be concerned with taking the next small step.

 Your Turn:

Which post struck a chord with you?

About Me

About Me

Hi! I’m Jama, the writer of daily Happy Day Moments, author of Then Came A Miracle, and retired Director of Midwest Writers Workshop. I’m an unapologetic Happyologist with a desire to share the importance of “living with gratitude” … finding a “moment” each day to be grateful. I’m a lover of family and girlfriends and Jesus and words and chocolate and encouraging others (especially writers!). Luke 1:37.

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