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  1. Leann Luchinger July 9, 2014
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    Is this one of the most infectious songs you’ve heard lately? The whole world is singing, videoing, YouTube posting, Happy. Everyone wants to be happy – but just how to be happy, in the face of our daily trials, seems allusive. Abraham Lincoln said “We are as happy as we decide to be.” When we “Hope on Nothing Less,” and hold a patient expectation, a trust, confident waiting, and faith – knowing that good will come… eventually. “We are as happy as we decide to be.”

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