FOLLOW HAPPINESS By BERNARD LEVINE
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Listen to the voice inside you
and be at peace
in your mind.
Itís amazing that you can talk
to the Creator of
this vast universe
in a soft whisper
and He listens to you.
Only through prayer
will you find
your true inner self and liberty.
Prayer is the key that opens the door
to the awesome power of God.
True happiness comes in abundance
when you pray to God with all your heart.
In this world,
it doesnít matter what people think of youÖ
the only thing that matters
is what God thinks of you.
Follow what makes you happy
and fills you with passion.
The key to inner wealth
is to make melody your friend.
Treasure this day that God has given you
to be more open and to love more fully.
Call out the seeds of greatness
and encourage someone.
When you deposit your love
into the hearts of strangers
Thatís when miracles begin.
Enrich your soul
soaking in the beauty of nature.
Take time to tell someone about Jesus.
Walk through the world with eyes of love.
When you reach out to bless the poor
Youíll change your life forever.
Itís your daily prayer that refreshes you
from the clutter and noise of the world.
Take responsibility for your life and future.
Thank God for His goodness
and all the blessings He gives you.
Godís genius is everywhere.
Live your best life.
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