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Hang on to your Happiness

Happiness

Happiness (Photo credit: baejaar)

Being unable to hang on to happiness leads to desperate measures, addiction, violence, suicide, hate mongering.

Not to belabor the point, but where does the complete utter joy of childhood go?  Have you ever been that happy again?

Adulthood can be a gloomy place and time.  Knowing this who would want to grow up?

More time and money is spent creating unhappiness than is spent creating happiness.

Feelings of jealousy, envy, deprivation, greed, avariciousness, doom, and gloom are created every day by the media.  Why do we have to have discouraging news drummed over and over into our heads.  Advertising promoting various ways of acquiring happiness through things or substances such as unhealthy food or drink.

People have a hard time these days being happy for no reason.  Shouldn’t happiness be your ordinary state of mind unless something bad happens and even then when something bad happens, why let some little thing like a broken nail (yes, I got one yesterday at the automatic teller when I couldn’t make the darned thing work) determine your mood for the rest of the day.  Even if somebody says something hurtful to you, can you bounce back to the way you felt before it happened.  Remember some people like to create problems rather than solve them.  You don’t have to let them do that.

Of course, do what you have to do to ensure that your needs and responsibilities are met; but excessive worry accomplishes nothing. Don’t worry, be happy.

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