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Celebrate Life - Anichebe

At a seminar, a wise man cracked a joke and the whole class burst into laughter.

Then he told the same joke again, he got a few smiles this time from the few who didn't get it the first time.

The he told the very same joke again! But this time no one was amused.

Then he said, "Why is it that we cannot laugh and be happy over the same joke repeatedly? Yet we choose to complain and get sad on the same issues over and over and over?"

Happiness in life comes by appreciating more of what you already have. So celebrate your life, your health, your family, your kids, your friends, your job, your car and your awesomeness! The net effect is that more joy will be given unto you.

People are attracted to happy people but we avoid sad people like the Ebola plague. The choice is yours.

— Ebuka J. Anichebe
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