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A-Z of Good Thinking

A - Appreciate what you already have.
B - Believe in yourself, or no-one else will.
C - Consider all options, wherever possible.
D - Don't be quick to judge. No-one is perfect.
E - Eat healthily to promote holistic well-being.
F - Family and friends are important. Try not to alienate
G - Good humour makes for a good atmosphere.
H - Have confidence in your own abilities.
I - Incessant criticism is demeaning. Be constructive
  where possible.
J - Join forces with like-minded people to achieve greater
K - Kind words can be comforting and healing.
L - Love is an invaluable commodity, worth more than
  any riches.
M - Make each day count for something.
N - No crime is ever victimless. Someone always has to
O - Open your heart and mind, to let love and knowledge
P - Patience may well be a virtue, but it takes practice.
Q - Question everything. Take nothing for granted.
R - Roll with the punches, and some of life's blows will be
S - Stop procrastinating. If something needs doing, do it.
T - Take wise counsel when life-changing decisions must
  be made.
U - Unlimited access to something is not always good.
V - Volunteering can be admirable, but think before you
  do it.
W - Worrying never changed anything. Try not to worry.
X - Xenophobia is never acceptable.
Y - Your actions reveal who and what you are.
Z - Zoom in on what you are good at, and become even

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