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Hello and welcome to January 20th! This is The Daily Quote, My name is Andrew McGivern and I am so glad you’ve joined me today. As we move through the month, let’s continue to seek inspiration and wisdom in our daily lives. I’m excited to share today’s moment of reflection with you.

Today, we’re observing National Cheese Lover’s Day, a day for all who relish the rich and diverse world of cheese. It’s a day to celebrate this culinary delight, which has been a part of human culture for centuries. Whether it’s a sharp cheddar, a creamy brie, or a tangy blue cheese, there’s something for everyone in the world of cheese

In the spirit of appreciation and savoring the good things in life, today’s quote reminds us to enjoy the moment and remember there is an opportunity cost for everything.
National Cheese Lovers Day

Up next a quote from the famous writer, Ralph Waldo Emerson:

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said,

“For every minute you are angry, you lose sixty seconds of happiness.”

Emerson’s quote is a gentle reminder of the importance of choosing joy over anger, of focusing on the positive aspects of our lives. It encourages us to savor the good moments, just like we would savor a piece of fine cheese, and to not let negative emotions consume our time and energy.

As we think about the pleasures of cheese and the wisdom in Emerson’s words, let’s reflect on our own choices. How can we focus more on happiness? What small joys can we savor today? It’s about making a conscious decision to embrace happiness, even in small doses, throughout our day.

As we conclude today’s episode, I hope Ralph Waldo Emerson’s words inspire you to cherish the moments of joy and to always strive for a positive outlook. Thank you for spending part of your January 20th with me. Remember, each day is an opportunity to find happiness in the little things.

Roblochon anyone… anyone? Tartiflet Mmmmmm.


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