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Finding happiness in the present (the here and now) instead of focusing on the past and future.

“Sometimes we stare so long at a door that is closing that we see too late the one that is open.” – Alexander Graham bell

 All too often, people hold onto the past because its safe, its comfortable; it’s all they know. For some, it’s all they can identify with. Moving forward can be very frightening. There is doubt and uncertainty of not knowing where you will end up. It is human nature to want a clear view, or at least half of the details involving your life. Developing a real appreciation for the things you have in this very moment opens up more opportunities in the future.

You may be thinking about your character or your life in general, it’s important to understand that, success means focusing on the here-and-now. While it is important to acknowledge the experiences and choices which resulted in you being where you are in this present moment, it is equally important to not allow yourself to become so caught up in thoughts of the past and the future, that the present moment slips away.

In order to live your life to the fullest you have to find happiness.

Happiness is essentially the ultimate purpose in most people’s lives

Circumstance plays a big factor in the lack of happiness for many however, the mind is a powerful thing, and happiness begins there. Whatever you create in your mind has potential to become a reality.

Think Positive! (What Does this Mean?)

To think positive means you develop a mental attitude that allows only thoughts into the mind that work to move you in the direction of success and growth.  When you exercise positive thinking, it means you are expecting great things to happen, because they are supposed to happen. Think happy, positive thoughts and that’s what the universe will place in your life


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