Being (genuinely) happy when good things happen for other people.
Using a lint roller to look more presentable.
Learning from past mistakes.
Not wishing that you looked like someone else, were someone else, had someone else’s brains, body, bank account, job, etc.
Eating your vegetables.
Being flexible (and this has nothing to do with yoga, but more to do with giving and taking.)
Being fifteen minutes early (not late) for work.
Not always having to get your own way.
Being honest about your flaws, and either embracing them or changing them.
Giving up on always being right.
Putting up with people and/or things that you don’t like (with a smile.)
Paying your bills (on time.)
Overlooking others faults and trusting that they’re probably just trying to do their best too.
Admitting when you’re wrong (and apologizing.)
Remembering your loved ones birthdays.
Giving up your seat on the train, bus, etc. for an elderly, disabled, or pregnant person (happily not grudgingly.)
Making sure to eat breakfast in the morning.
Not blaming other people for your problems.
Taking care of yourself emotionally and physically.
Going to work even when you don’t feel well.
Respecting other people’s time.
Listening (really listening) without thinking about what you’re going to say next.
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