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101 Keys to a Happy Life, Issue #019 -- Hope For Marriage
October 23, 2013

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"All human wisdom is summed up in two words - wait and hope."

Alexandre Dumas

This book is a motivational tool filled with inspirational quotes to help you survive and succeed during difficult times. "Hope for Tomorrow" features quotations by wise men and women who are great sources of wisdom. Also included are pages for your journal. Writing in your journal is a powerful form of self-expression. Recording your thoughts help you gain clarity, release, and relief.

Hopefully this journal will become a constant companion for you to record your thoughts.

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How Do You Keep Your Hope Strong When It Comes To Marriage?

There is hope for marriage, even though it is widely stated that 50% of all marriages end in divorce. With statistics like that it can be difficult to keep your hope strong for marriage. Many people have lost their faith in the fact that marriage can be a positive and successful union. The truth is that committing yourself to someone that you truly love can be a wonderfully rewarding and fulfilling experience. The question is how do you keep your hope strong when it comes to marriage.

There are many reasons that marriages end in divorce, but many people feel that one of the most prevalent causes is that people simply rush into marriage. When you rush into marriage you may not really have a clear idea of who you are committing to or even what you are committing to.

One of the best ways to find hope that your relationship will last is to take the time to really get to know your partner. You do not need to feel like you have to rush down the aisle. You want to take the time to really create a solid foundation for your relationship. Take time to have meaningful conversations and to allow your relationship to progress past the infatuation stage that occurs at the beginning of any relationship. Read more ...

Albert Einstein was a great philosopher who said, "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow ..."

I encourage you to keep Einstein's words close to your heart so that you can live a happier and more fulfilled life.

Thank you for joining me.

To your continued success,

Herb Ammons
Learn, Live, Hope!
Secrets to Your Happy Life

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