Happiness Part III: Can Our Thoughts Create Un-Happiness?

As adults, we've become trained as well as training ourselves, into believing that we are responsible for all that happens in our lives and if we are parents, in our children's or even spouse's lives.  That means that we often place the burdens of making everyone happy and taking everyone's happiness, well-being and other needs... Continue Reading →

Happiness Part II: Childhood Making It Easy

Happiness is not an eternal state of bliss or, walking around feeling totally content, singing out loud with a smile plastered on your face 24/7.  It also doesn't mean that you are never going to feel down, grief, upset, anger or any of the negative emotions one can think of to insert into the equation.... Continue Reading →

Why Happiness Does Not Come From Other People Or Possessions Part I

If there's anything that I've learned, it's that happiness does not come in the form of other human beings or possessions.  Both can leave or be taken away in a moment's notice. ~J.Wilson-Hull~ For years, I had a huge family, friends and while not wealthy by any stretch of the imagination, often having to scrounge... Continue Reading →

New Years Magic?

Every year, we wait until the clock strikes midnight on New Years Eve to usher in a new year, filled with hope for better things to come. Really, it's simply another day, turning into another day. The numbers are different and we have to get used to writing a new number (for the first 6... Continue Reading →

Can The Homeless Teach Us How To Be Happy?

Getting back to my car the other day, proved to be a rather daunting task with pouring rain and no umbrella.  At a certain point, you figure you can't get any wetter than you already are so, running becomes rather redundant. Taking my time at this point, I watched as people hurried around, umbrellas covering... Continue Reading →

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