"What Your Mind Can Conceive Your Body Can Achieve"
Did it ever occur to you, just even once in your life that you feel contented with what and who you are at the moment? I mean, a time when there's nothing you need or want to add up with what you have? A time when you'd just lay back on your chair and let time pass you by? A time when nothing seems to go wrong and everything's going your way? And what's best of it is you feel like things are so perfect that you'd never worry about what's going to happen next. Well, I think most of you who are reading this will probably think it's impossible or maybe you would lose interest in what I have to say. And you'd probably stop reading. But something keeps you going. I mean, look at you, you're
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You must have a "full heart" in answering "yes" or "no". Having a hard time? To help you think, let's talk about something else for a while. Do you believe that laughter is the best medicine? Well, others may think that it's the thought of just "laughing your problems away". Or maybe some of you might say "a happy heart is a healthy heart". To tell you frankly, you're all half right. The real reason of this is the mind set of a person. Ever wonder why we always comfort sick people? Why we'd bring flowers and tell them that everything's going to be okay? And how cancer survivors survive cancer? It's not about the chemotherapy or the medicine they take. It's just something to keep their body in good condition. It's all about the thing we call "fighting spirit". It's all in the mind. It's like mind over matter. The mind is such a powerful weapon. These people value the life they have and want to live it more. This is what keeps them going. They just think of one reason to live, hold on to that reason and believe with all their heart, they have a great chance to see what more life has to offer. Just to live one day at a time. And they feel the contentment of just seeing the sunrise each morning. Valuing life and having more reasons to live it to the fullest. What I'm trying to say is that there's more to it than money, cars, clothes, jobs, gadgets or what else in this world. You can't take those with you when you die. What counts are the memories you've made. The people