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Recipe for a Happy New Year

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Take twelve whole months.
Clean them thoroughly of all bitterness,
hate, and jealousy.
Make them just as fresh and clean as possible.

Now cut each month into twenty-eight, thirty, or
thirty-one different parts,
but don’t make up the whole batch at once.

Prepare it one day at a time out of these ingredients.

Mix well into each day one part of faith,
one part of patience, one part of courage,
and one part of work.
Add to each day one part of hope,
faithfulness, generosity, and kindness.
Blend with one part prayer, one part meditation,
and one good deed.
Season the whole with a dash of good spirits,
a sprinkle of fun, a pinch of play,
and a cupful of good humor.

Pour all of this into a vessel of love.
Cook thoroughly over radiant joy,
garnish wit a smile,
serve with quietness, unselfishness,
and cheerfulness.
You’re bound to have a happy new year.

– Author Unknown

Posted by opreach on January 1, 2017
4 Comments Post a comment
  1. 01/1/2017

    🙂 Very Nice!!! Happy New Year!!!

    Reply
  2. 01/1/2017
    Jean Innes

    *The recipe, if followed, bears all the ingredients* *necessary to bring health and well-being and a sense* *of inner peace and joy to its creator and to the * *recipients fortunate enough to encounter it.*

    Reply
    • 01/1/2017

      And I’m glad you found it!! 🤗

      Reply

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