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|Anger always comes from frustrated expectations. Unhappiness is best defined |
as the difference between our talents and our expectations. Life tends to respond
to our outlook, to shape itself to meet our expectations. If you must, today expect ...
|Expect your every need to be met. ... Caddy, Eileen For, he that expects nothing |
shall not be disappointed, but he that expects much -- if he lives and uses that in
hand ... It tends to respond to our outlook, to shape itself to meet our expectations.
|“Life... It tends to respond to our outlook, to shape itself to meet our expectations.” |
- Richard M. DeVos Expectations play a vital role in our life experience. Webster's
dictionary defines expectation as an act or state of expecting, anticipation.
|Great. Expectations! Our environment, the world in which we live and work, is a |
mirror of our attitudes and expectations. ... Life tends to respond to our outlook. It
shapes itself to meet our expectations, which are birthed in our consciousness.
|"Life is too short to spend your precious time trying to convince a person who |
wants to live in gloom and doom otherwise. Give lifting that ... Unknown "Life
tends to respond to our outlook, to shape itself to meet our expectations." Rich
|outlook. Everyone has his or her own philosophy about how to live. Let grace |
guide your personal outlook on life. You'll ... In short, grace teaches us how to live
. Life.... It tends to respond to our outlook, to shape itself to meet our expectations.
|Your Guide to Stressless Living Diane Schofield. Life . . . tends to respond to our |
outlook, to shape itself to meet our expectations. (Richard M. DeVos).
Visualizations. Visualization is imagination, plain and simple. It's using one's
mind to ...
|LIFE TENDS TO RESPOND TO OUR OUTLOOK, TO SHAPE ITSELF TO MEET |
OUR EXPECTATIONS. RICH DEVOS .j s i г. а.
|But incense of the spirit — to distill From hour to hour the cassia and the nard Of |
fragrant life, his praises to fulfill ? ... In that meeting in New York in 1874, one of
the subjects was " The Relation of the Church to other Christian Bodies," and
another ... who pleaded in a noble way for a " strong, earnest, manly, and
intelligent defense " of the " citadel of our religion ... The student of religion,"
exclaimed the Bishop, " takes the wrong road when he prefers the pursuit after
truth to the truth itself.