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Cheerfulness Quotes


These are some of the best 'Cheerfulness' quotations and sayings.

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A cheerful look makes a dish a feast

A cheerful temper joined with innocence will make beauty attractive, knowledge delightful, and wit good-natured. It will lighten sickness, poverty, and affliction; convert ignorance into an amiable simplicity, and render deformity itself agreeable.

A good laugh is sunshine in the house.

A light heart lives long.

A man of gladness seldom falls into madness.

Always let them think of you as singing and dancing.

Always look out for the sunlight the Lord sends into your days.

An ounce of cheerfulness is worth a pound of sadness to serve God with.

Be cheerful: do not brood over fond hopes unrealized until a chain is fastened on each thought and wound around the heart. Nature intended you to be the fountain-spring of cheerfulness and social life, and not the monument of despair and melancholy.

Burdens become light when cheerfully borne.

Cheer up, the worst is yet to come. See quote detail

Cheerful looks make every dish a feast, and that it is which crowns a welcome.

Cheerfulness is a friend to grace; it puts the heart in tune to praise God, and so honors religion by proclaiming to the world that we serve a good master. - Be serious, yet cheerful. - Rejoice in the Lord always.

Cheerfulness is as natural to the heart of man in strong health as color to his cheek; and wherever there is habitual gloom there must be either bad air, unwholesome food, improperly severe labor or erring habits of life.

Cheerfulness is health; its opposite, melancholy, is disease.

Cheerfulness prepares a glorious mind for all the noblest acts.

Climate has much to do with cheerfulness, but nourishing food, a good digestion, and good health much more.

Every one must have felt that a cheerful friend is like a sunny day, which sheds its brightness on all around; and most of us can, as we choose, make of this world either a palace or a prison.

Every time a man smiles, and much more when he laughs, it adds something to his fragment of life.

Gaiety alone, as it were, is the hard cash of happiness; everything else is just a promissory note.


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