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Starting your morning the right way take a lot of things to accomplish. One of the most important is starting the day with your heart filled with love. The following quotes show how love can influence a morning in an important way.Good Morning Quotes for Love“Good Morning! I hope your day is as positive as you are.”“Happy thoughts are the only cure for a sleepy morning… and I feel the happiest when I think about you!”eval(ez_write_tag([[336,280],'developgoodhabits_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_1',111,'0']));“Nothing is impossible when you put your mind, heart, soul and sweat into it. Have a great morning.”“Sending love and smiles your way for a happy happy day.”“Every day is a new day, new hope and new opportunity. Good morning!”“You are a blessing to my mornings.”“There are so many reasons to be thankful every day. I am thankful for you.”“I don’t really like mornings, but I really like you!”“Sharing smiles with the one you love is the perfect way to start the day.
Much of what we see in the world is a reflection of how we feel inside. The brain is literally creating your experience moment to moment, and part of this is by top-down processes. This means that your prefrontal cortex, the newest part of your brain, which deals with your thoughts, is relaying information to your mammalian cortex, which handles emotions. These emotions then go on to inform deeper and older parts of the brain, including sensory experience and pain. This means that when we say a positive attitude can recreate your reality, it’s not just a metaphor, it’s a physiological fact!
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