OLD GUIDELINES FOR LIVING
A century ago, Robert Louis Stevenson devised a number of rules to help people to live happier, more productive lives. These rules may be a century old, but they are still excellent guidelines: 1) Make up your mind to be happy- learn to find pleasure in simple things. 2) Make the best of circumstances. No one has everything, and everyone has something of sorrow. 3) Don’t take yourself too seriously. 4) Don’t let criticism worry you – you can’t please everybody. 5) Don’t let your neighbors set your standards – be yourself. 6) Do things you enjoy doing, but stay out of debt. 7) Don’t borrow trouble. Imaginary things are harder to bear than actual…
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