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A Lil' Positivity

In such darkness, there is light.

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1. Naps, after a long day.

2. The warmth of the sun, in Winter.

3. Seeing the sun come out for the first time after days of rain.

4. Stepping on fresh snow.

5. The smell of a fresh new book.

6. Laughing until it hurts.

7. The smell of the air after it rains.

8. The calm of the night.

9. The sound of the waves.

10. Walking barefoot on grass.

11. Walks in nature.

12. Finishing a great book.

13. Singing.

14. Popping bubble wrap.

15. Puppies.

16. A good hair day.

17. Cuddles.

18. The first day of fall.

19. Praise from your boss.

20. Compliments.

21. The smell of freshly cut grass.

22. Listening to your favorite song.

23. Kissing.

24. Conquering a fear.

25. Laughter from babies.

26. Waking up on a sunny day.

27. Seeing the elderly hold hands.

28. Driving with the windows down.

29. Waking up, refreshed.

30. Dancing.

31. Flowers.

32. The smell of coffee.

33. Good coffee.

34. Songs from your childhood.

35. Finding a bargain.

36. Catching up with an old friend.

37. Good food.

38. Sitting in the sun.

39. Finishing a great show.

40. Organization.

41. Hugs.

42. Kindness.

43. Sunsets, sunrises.

44. Breakfast foods.

45. Support.

46. Checking items off your to-do list.

47. Christmas lights.

48. Warm showers.

49. Drinking water on a hot day.

50. People helping other people.

In a world full of such darkness, there is a need to remember the things that shed some light. The world is a terrifying, but beautiful place. Happiness comes in many forms.

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