To thrive is to grow vigorously, to flourish, to prosper, and to achieve one’s goal in whatever circumstances. In Tagalog, to thrive means magpaunlad, yumabong, magtagumpay. In Visayan, mabuhi. It is essentially captured by the Filipino greeting mabuhay!
To thrive is to be truly alive.
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