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Question I"m trying to say....

ロバート

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I'm trying to say this: "Today and every day are good days. Because we have everything (we need) at this moment." I've tried two ways:
1. 今日と毎日は良い日です。なぜなら、この瞬間一切を私たちはあります。
2. 今日と毎日は良い日で、なぜなら、この瞬間一切を私たちはいる。

Am I close to getting the meaning across with either of these? I left out the "we need" as I was hoping this would be implied...

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I'm not sure that would get your intended meaning across. If you are just trying to say "we are fine" I would probably say something like the following rather than a direct translation from English.

私たちは元気にしています。現在困っていることはないですから毎日は楽です。
 

Mikawa Ossan

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Again, not a direct translation, but how about something along these lines?
幸せですよ。何も欠けることはないものです。とても満足です。

FYI, take my Japanese with a grain of salt. I haven't actively used it since the beginning of the Obama administration.
 
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