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“Action may not always bring happiness, but there is no happiness without action. ”
William James
“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”
Jim Rohn

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Be brave enough to live the life of your dreams

Why Not You?

Today, many will awaken with a fresh sense of inspiration. Why not you?

Today, many will open their eyes to the beauty that surrounds them. Why not you?
Today, many will break through the barriers of the past by looking at the blessings of the present. Why not you?

Today, for many the burden of self doubt and insecurity will be lifted by the security and confidence of empowerment. Why not you?

Today, many will rise above their believed limitations and make contact with their powerful innate strength. Why not you?

Today, many will choose to live in such a manner that they will be a positive role model for their children. Why not you?

Today, many will choose to free themselves from the personal imprisonment of their bad habits. Why not you?

Today, many will choose to live free of conditions and rules governing their own happiness. Why not you?

Today, many will find abundance in simplicity. Why not you?

Today, many will be confronted by difficult moral choices and they will choose to do what is right instead of what is beneficial. Why not you?

Today, many will decide to no longer sit back with a victim mentality, but to take charge of their lives and make positive changes. Why not you?

Today, many will take the action necessary to make a difference. Why not you?

Today, many will make the commitment to be a better mother, father, son, daughter, student, teacher, worker, boss, brother, sister, & so much more. Why not you?

Today is a new day! Many will seize this day. Many will live it to the fullest.

Why not you?”  Steve Maraboli

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Today is a new day!

“Live the Life of Your Dreams: Be brave enough to live the life of your dreams according to your vision and purpose instead of the expectations and opinions of others.”
Roy T. Bennett
“Only he who attempts the absurd is capable of achieving the impossible.”
Miguel de Unamuno

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How to wish good morning to your love on the most popular languages?

Good morning love quotes on the most popular languages

Spanish

Buenos días mi amor.

Italian language

Buongiorno amore mio.

Dutch language

Goede morgen mijn liefde.

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French

Bonjour mon amour.

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The Greek language

Καλημέρα αγάπη μου.

Chinese language

早上好,我的爱。

The Irish language

Dea-maidin mo ghrá.

German language

Guten morgen meine Liebe.

Japanese language

おは私を愛します。

Turkish language

Günaydın aşkım.

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And English

Good morning my love!

What is the difference between “slang”, “idioms” and “figure of speech”?

Slang

Slang refers to words that are used informally, and often only among subgroups. Slang is often short-lived: it may go out of date among the group that uses it after a few months.

Slang words or expressions are very informal, and are more common in speech than writing. Use of these words/expressions are often restricted to a particular context or group of people, or within a specific region/place.

Idioms

An idiom is a fixed phrase whose meaning cannot be deduced from the meanings of the component words. “To kick the bucket” is an idiom in English that has nothing to do with kicking or buckets. It means “to die.”

Idioms are phrases or fixed expressions whose true meaning cannot be deduced from their constituent words. Although idioms may often appear to have literal meaning, their true meaning is often very different.

For example, the idiom couch potato means a sluggish person whereas the individual words: ‘couch’ means ‘sofa’ and ‘potato’ is a vegetable. Another one is “I feel like kicking myself” doesn’t mean you are going to kick yourself. It actually means that you are so disappointed with yourself that you feel like kicking yourself.

Figure of speech

Figures of speech are words or phrases used figuratively, in a non-literal sense, for effect. Figure of speech is a blanket term which encompasses many things such as: similes, metaphors, hyperbole, personification.
A figure of speech is also usually a fixed phrase, but you can often figure out how it is being used metaphorically in context.

It expresses things figuratively and not literally. It is possible to understand a figure of speech even if you have never heard it before unlike an idiom. Idioms are words which must be familiar to the speakers for a thorough understanding. Similes, Metaphor and Hyperboles are some examples of figures of speech. For example, saying “I’m starving” doesn’t actually mean you will be dead without food. It simply is a hyperbole to saying “I’m hungry”.

Phrases in English about love

Phrases in English about love

I like not only to be loved, but also to be told I am loved.

Love cannot be closed on the lock.
Love is real, real is love.
Love is a friendship set to music.
To love someone with all of one’s heart and soul

The love you take is equal to the love you make.

The good feelings are the neighbors of love.

If you like the rose, so bear with spikes.

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