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Published: Wednesday, April 3 2013 5:00 a.m. MDT

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george of the jungle
goshen, UT

Lighten up, or is it enlightening up. I love the song Keep on the sunny side always on the sunny side. Keep on the sunny side of life,,, Smiles are contagious.
I have a thing that I say to my self every day to stay [I don't know] sane. It goes like this; Every day in every way I'
m getting better and better. Negative energy can not effect my mind body or spirit. I have a friend in Jesus. I accept life, the way to wisdom and the truth. I will protect my liberty and I will pursue happiness. But by the grace of God go I.
I wish you well.

3GrandKeys
Walnut Creek, CA

Laughter is the best medicine...unless it's loud. As Elder Scott counseled last year that a sense of humor is valuable but loud laughter must be avoided. Getting the giggles is an infectious slippery slope to loud raucous behavior. Maybe we should just smile and say, "that's funny!" to be on the safe side.

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