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Share some laughter with a friend.
Quote from Douglas Fairbanks' "Laugh and Live"
Laughter clings to good health as naturally as the needle clings to the magnet. It is the outward expression of an unburdened soul. It bubbles forth as a fountain, always refreshing, always wholesome...
"And late that afternoon she found a beautiful bird lying on the ground for his wing had been broken."
"I go to sing to the Princess who is kept locked in the tower"
"He smiled craftily and invited her into his web for a cup of honey. "Don't be afraid," he urged. "I will spin you some fine wings."
"And every day [Fairy Misery] came to tempt [Princess April] with the choicest jewels, silken dresses and bright colored wings. If Princess April would serve her and do evil instead of good, these priceless gifts would be hers. But Princess April would not even look at the gifts."
"And so great was their gratitude that the Prince wished to build a tiny, golden castle for Princess April so that she could live with them always. But as Princess April longed to return to Fairyland, she bade them farewell."
Quote from Douglas Fairbanks' 1917 book, "Laugh and Live"
And let us not plume ourselves because of our virtue. Personal honesty is our due to ourselves and our fellow man.
"For although Princess April had been naughty in leaving Fairyland, she had done three good deeds."
"Fortunately, she knew just what to do as she had learned how to mend broken wings in Fairy School."
"As soon as everyone was fast asleep from the effects of the drugged wine, Princess April took the key to the tower from the wicked King's belt and hastened to meet Prince Chivalry."
"First, she took a straight twig and bound it to the wing with her hair ribbon. Then she covered it with clay to form a cast."
Personal Example for #10: My favorite example for this, that I try to incorporate into my daily life: Pick up trash or clean up a mess (that I didn't leave, or make) whether it's in my house, my neighbor's or a public spot.