Brigitte: You're in your philosophical mood again?
Betty: Well, I do have a lot to be thankful for.
Gille: I might keep a record to see how often you remind us.
Betty: Let's count. I'm grateful for a roof over my head, a warm bed, foods, wonderful friends...
Richard: Ecetera ecetera...
Betty: You should show your gratitude too!
Richard: Betty, you show it enough that we all know it. You don't need to repeat it every single day. Maybe others should start saying it to you.
Marguerite: It's good to be thankful for what you have. However, it's kinda sad to try to remind you all the things you have in order to feel happy.
Natalie: You know we love you; there's no need to repeat it so often.
David: Stop reminding yourself to be content. If you want more, you want more and there's nothing wrong with that. Don't worry too much about all those. Just live.
Alex: When everything gets too much, take a break and use some time for yourself.
Gille *hugs Betty*: We do love you.
Lydia: And I did like what we read this morning at the poster sales.
Betty: Oh, yeah, we loved those meaningful instructions written by Dalai Lama. They sounded reasonable but I wouldn't call them instructions for life.
Brigitte: I wouldn't recommend me cooking with reckless abandon.
Natalie: And it's hard to go someplace new when you have a business to run and worry about!
Betty: Anyway, we did enjoy reading it. Below are our top three favored advices and the link to the full list.
3- Live a good, honorable life. Then when you get older and think back, you'll be able to enjoy it a second time.
2- Judge your success by what you had to give up in order to get it.
1- Take into account that great love and great achievements involve great risk.
Betty: We're so grateful! Thank you!