Texting has surpassed using email or a phone to communicate with one another. The average teenager can send between 30-100 texts a day while the average adult sends 10. It is no surprise than that texting can become the main vehicle of sending encouraging words to others to help raise their spirits and make their day. The following series of over 30 encouraging text messages are intended to help lighten your day and inspire you to share with others.
A child laughs about 400 times a day. But man laughs only 15 times a day. Be a child by mind, forget your worries and be happy.
A smile is a language even a baby understands. It costs nothing but it creates much. It happens in a flash but the memory of it may last forever. Keep on smiling.
Confidence never comes if we have all the answers, but it comes when we are ready for all the questions. So be bold and face the world.
Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, “I will try again.”
Failure doesn’t mean what you did was wrong. It just means, you need to stand up, dust yourself and do it better.
Heated gold becomes ornament, beaten copper becomes wire, depleted stone becomes statue. The more pain you get in life, the more you become special.
If people around you are trying to pull you down, be proud of it. Because it only confirms that you are above them.
If the loser keeps his smile, the winner will lose the thrill of victory.
If you never tasted a bad apple, you would never appreciate a good apple. Sometimes we need to experience bitterness of life to understand the value of sweetness.
In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.
It feels good to stand on ground and watch up high at your aim, but it feels best when you stand up high and others watch you as their aim.
It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare. It is because we do not dare that they are difficult.
Love is like a butterfly. The more you chase it, the more it eludes you. But if you just let it fly, it would come to you when you least expect it.
Place your hand over your heart. Feel that? That;s called purpose. You are alive for a reason. Do not give up.
Positive thinking supported with positive action, results in positive energy and unlimited opportunity.
Promise yourself to be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind.
Smart work is what we need today rather than hard work to get what we want.
Standing alone doesn’t mean I am alone. It means I am strong enough to handle things all by myself.
The hardest part is to start. But when you start, this would grow easier for you to move on day by day.
The power of positive thinking is like a car with a powerful engine that can take you to the summit of a mountain.
The size of the candles may differ but they yield the same brightness. It’s not the matter of your position, but your ability that shines.
There are only two important moments in a man’s life. First when he was born and second when he proves why he was born.
There is no dawn without a night, no victory without a flight, there is no rainbow without the rain, there is no happiness without pain.
There is no failure if everything is a learning opportunity.
Umbrella can not stop the rain but allows us to stand in the rain, confidence may not bring success but it gives the power to face the challenges.
When flood comes, fish eat ants. When the flood goes down, ants eat fish. Time matters, God gives opportunity to everyone.
When life seems to put out every light you have, it is better to light a candle than to complain about the darkness.
When you are made to choose between two things, don’t just think of what you’ll gain, but what you have the potential to lose.
When you think that you can’t make a difference, remember that one rain drop raises the ocean.
Without tasting the worst situation, no one can taste the best things of life. Dare to face anything.
Words and hearts should be handled with care for words when spoken and hearts were broken are the hardest things to repair.
Work for a cause, not for applause. Live life to express, not to impress. Don’t strive to make your presence noticed. Just make your absence felt.
You can win life by all means if you simply avoid two things: comparing and expectation.
The first text message was sent in 1992 via Vodofone. Several years later, phone providers started supporting text messages with a 0.4 messages sent per month on average. Now, 5 trillion SMS messages have been sent annually worldwide.