These inspiring and positive cartoon lessons for our lives inject a little humor into self improvement messages.
I mainly used collections of inspiring quotes to help with the building of this collection of cartoons.
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Power Of Words
If one word has such power as to make you angry and agitated, may not another have the power to heal and soothe? Use words wisely.
It’s a beautiful day! Can you see that?
Adapting To Circumstances
You can still deliver your best regardless of the situation that shows up. Adaptation is change that helps us operate effectively in our environment.
Big Picture Thinking
What keeps you stepping forward when the going gets a little rough?
If your mind is empty, it is always ready for anything; it is open to everything. In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, in the expert’s mind there are few.
Patience is needed to master anything in life. There’s much more to develop than merely skill alone.
3 Hebrew letters were engraved on the gold band: Gimel, Zayin, Yud. They begin the words, “Gam zeh ya’avor” (This too shall pass)
Sharing And Generosity
If we are to grow good corn, we must help our neighbors grow good corn. Or, a rising tide raises all the boats.
Giving And Receiving
If someone comes to give you a gift and you do not receive it, to whom does the gift belong?
Making Assumptions or Missing The Obvious
Are there any lateral thinkers in here then? Only the ones who pass the test. Do you pass the test?
The Eternal Optimist
With what area of your life could you take a more optimistic view?
The same fight is going on inside you, and inside every other person, too. Which do you feed?
You must be crazy, asking that much! It took you 3 minutes to draw my portrait! Yes madam, but it took me 40 years to learn how. Where do you give away your gifts.
What kind of people live in your city? What kind of people live in the place where you come from?
Example Is Better Than Precept
Example is more powerful than only words. We ought not ask others to do what we do not do ourselves.