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77 Good Morning Blessings for a Great Start to Your Day

And if you want even more motivational blessings and quotes for your morning then check out this post with Monday blessings and also this one filled with good morning quotes.“Good morning, God bless you and your loved ones on this beautiful day.”“You are the light of my life, my good morning blessing and my joyful evening treasure.”“A positive thought in the morning can set the right tone for the rest of your day.”“May God bless your morning and keep you and the people in your life safe all day long.”“May your mornings bring you joy and your evenings bring peace, love and thoughtful understanding.”“Give every day the chance to become the most beautiful day of your life.” – Mark Twain“On this blessed day enjoy the striking wonder of the nature around you. The love of the people in your life.

And how they all together make this a beautiful morning.” – Eloise Dunn“This morning, think of three small things and three bigger things in your life that you can be grateful for to get a positive start to your day”“The morning is a great time to give thanks for the many blessings you have.” – Byron Pulsifer“May your troubles grow smaller and become fewer as your blessings increase.”“You are the love of my life and my most beautiful blessing, my love.”“Today, breathe deeply, be patient and be understanding with yourself, friends and loved ones.”“Waking up this morning, I smile. 24 brand new hours are before me.

I vow to live fully in each moment.” – Thich Nhat Hanh“Remember that you can rely on wisdom both from the people you care about and people out there in the world who have, for example, written helpful books. You don’t have to go it alone today.”“May you find joy in and gratitude for the small things in life today.”“An early

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Facial Expressions in Communication: What They Tell Us 7 Types of Information Our Expressions Reveal 7 Types of Information Our Expressions Reveal
Based on excerpts from this article. Facial expression in communicationWhat do facial expressions tell us? What kinds of information can we gather from seeing the expressions of others? Whether or not we are given contextual clues, what kinds of things can we presume about another person’s state based on their face? Should we consider these as messages sent to us, a form of communication via facial expression, or are they involuntary expressions of an internal state?For example, consider the expression shown by the woman in this photograph I took in 1967 when I was in the highlands of what is now called Papua New Guinea. Consider the diverse information that someone might obtain when observing this expression, totally out of context, just as it appears here: Compare this to the information that could be obtained from the expression shown by another person from Papua New Guinea: What do facial expressions tell us?Each facial expression of emotion communicates very different information, yet they all potentially provide information about the same seven kinds or domains of information, including:We do not know which information domains those actually engaged in a conversation derive from each other’s expressions.