The Up Side

July 2007
Guideposts;Jul2007, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p14
The article presents quotes from positive thinkers. Canadian author and journalist Michael Ignatieff said that living fearlessly is not the same as never being afraid. According to reader Linda Smith of Lagro, Indiana, a smile adds a great deal to face value. Basketball legend John Wooden said that people can not live a perfect day without doing something or someone who will never be able to repay them.


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