Welcome to our good morning Quote for Sunday October 3 2021, and today we are going to review and explain a quote from ‘Ralph Waldo Emerson‘.

Quote.

“Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson

It’s a new day, which means everything has begun again; fresh, brand new, anew!

Oh yes! it’s a new day.

And all we have to do today is try as much as possible to make it the best day of the year.

Thank God it’s Sunday, and for those of us who are Christians, we will be gathering with our brothers and sisters in the Lord in our respective denominations.

But the perfect advice I have for you this morning is that, to make this day the best day, you have to do good to other human beings; because they are the ones who are going to make this day ‘best’ for you.

Yesterday was my best day, today will be my best day and tomorrow will be my best day; and the cycle continues.

If you believe like I do then go out there and make this day the best.

Good luck!

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Everyday morning this blog, we update good morning quotes with the aim of inspiring and encouraging our visitors and readers to live a more positive life by diffusing the negative energy that comes with each day.

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