"The grass is always greener on the other side."

"The grass is always greener on the other side." And you know what? It actually might be. But until you learn how to water your own damn grass, you're just going to be stuck in a "find green grass, accidentally kill green grass, look for more green grass" cycle. If you need your outside circumstances for you to change for you to be happy, or you don't know how to feel love or be happy in the circumstances you're in, you will find that changing your circumstances really has no effect on how you feel on the inside. Someone else's lawn will not make you happy, and you'll probably ruin their lawn anyway if you never learned how to take care of your own. Can you handle the green grass that y

Let it be a great day.

There's just something that I love about the idea of "letting it" be a great day... It occurred to me this morning that I used to tell everyone to "HAVE a great day"... then I went to telling everyone to "MAKE IT a great day", because I felt that was more empowering. But the subtle implication there is that you have to force it to be great, and go out of your way to make it so. Yes, there's responsibility for whether your day is great or not, but what if we took it a step farther? Letting today be a great day implies that greatness is the natural state of things, if you would just allow it to be so. It implies that a great day exists to be had every single day, but the only thing that c

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