Below are some of the best responses from the hashtag #MakeLifeBetterIn3Words that prove sometimes all it takes to challenge the way you think is three little words.
Showing you care and creating love and acceptance were common themes that this hashtag touched upon.
Show u care #MakeLifeBetterIn3Words— Carrie Eddins (@blondepreneur) August 19, 2015
Love acceptance peace #MakeLifeBetterIn3Words— Jordan Hutchens (@JordanHutchens) August 19, 2015
Don't expect everything to fall into place; make it happen.
#MakeLifeBetterIn3Words Make It Work— Nina Garcia (@ninagarcia) August 18, 2015
Be a part of the change you want to see in the world and take note of the socioeconomic problems, including poverty and education.
STOP CHILD ABUSE #MakeLifeBetterIn3Words— Susan G Crocombe (@shinybluedress) August 18, 2015
End poverty now! #MakeLifeBetterIn3Words— UN Foundation (@unfoundation) August 18, 2015
Remember that animals have rights, too.
Twitter users also reminded us that positive reinforcement is a powerful thing and that no-one should ever be able to make you feel inadequate or worthless.
You. Are. Enough. #MakeLifeBetterIn3Words— Semhar (@Semhar) August 18, 2015
We know life can give you lemons, but that doesn't mean you have to keep that sour taste in your mouth. Never give up on your dreams or the things that make you happy.
#MakeLifeBetterIn3Words Don't Give Up— Hutch Dano (@HutchDano) August 18, 2015
Compassion and humility are important.
Learn to forgive #MakeLifeBetterIn3Words— John Gray (@MarsVenus) August 19, 2015
But sometimes all it takes to make life better is to remember the good things and say goodbye to the people who are weighing you down.
#MakeLifeBetterIn3Words Value The Moments— Ch.Insp Simon Nelson (@CISimonNelson) August 19, 2015
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