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    Worry less, smile more, accept criticism, take responsibility, listen and love, don't hate, embrace change, feel good anyway. #FeelGood #Inspiration #ThinkPositive #RoadToHappiness #DIYDollyMixture

  • Alisa Ames

    Yes. I need to worry less. But, it doesn't affect my happiness. I'm still positive. Worrying fuels me to do some things or to face whatever is bothering me. Whether it's minor or a legitimate fear.

  • Stormi

    feel+good+quotes | Feel Good Quotes|Feeling Good Quotes. : Inspirational Quotes

  • Marji J. Sherman

    my favorite quote in the world!!

  • Jennifer {JenniferLynnPhotos}

    worry less smile more accept criticism take responsibility listen & love don't hate embrace change feed good anyway - wise words!

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