Thoughts for a Blissful Day Sunday

  1. Even with a small bank account, the one who is contented finds himself with great wealth.
  2. Freedom starts in the mind, not by cutting ropes.
  3. To give happiness to others is a great act of charity
  4. Cheerfulness keeps up the spirit of the one who possesses it and brings a smile to the lips of others.
  5. A smile can make short work of any difficulty
  6. Give a lot of time to the improvement of yourself, then there is no time to criticize others.
  7. To taste the sweetness of life, you must have the power to forget the past.
  8. Waste work will make you heavy and tired and positive work makes you happy, light and refreshed.
  9. Those who remain very happy will never have internal laziness. Laziness is a great vice.
  10. Balance is the real foundation of a blissful life. Keep this always in mind and your present and future will always remain bright.
  11. Contentment and bliss go hand in hand. These qualities create great fascination for you among others.

  12. If every step is taken in the remembrance of God, just imagine how much fortune there is in every moment.
  13. If through some error yesterday was lost in grief, don’t lose today by keeping it in your memory.
  14. Cheerfulness is the beauty of the face. He who is sullen is really ugly.
  15. Life is like a drama. If I understand the plot, there is great happiness.

Introduction About Sunday Thoughts

Thoughts are the food of the mind. A new thought every day will not only be fresh food but will provide the necessary nutrition and stimulant needed to keep the mind healthy and enthusiastic about life. In this day of disruption and chaos, this is important.

Each day has its own “Special for the Day” (Monday – Peaceful; Tuesday – Loveful; Wednesday – Powerful; Thursday – Knowledgeful; Friday – Pure; Saturday – Merciful; Sunday – Blissful) each offering a full selection from which to feast the mind.

It is recommended Grade ‘A’ diet.


Bliss is the happiness beyond the senses. Beyond the laughter, the merriment. Away from the sways of the joys I’ve known. Not lost in the gentle pulls of the winds, nor using the eyes to see that which lightens and brightens, not using the ears to be hypnotized by the musicale manifique, and not using the mouth to taste the sweetness of the first fruit of the season.

Rather, sitting alone with myself; quietly, silently, thoughts turned within. Listening to the sound of silence. Then, thoughts turned beyond the physical, in tune with the spiritual – the union with my Father, the blissful one; experiencing His peace being peaceful; experiencing His love being loveful; experiencing His bliss-being blissful.

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