It is true. What I learned about life thus far still applies. Of many, one specific lesson has not changed: nothing stays the same. Everything in life is temporary. Nothing in life is constant, except death and taxes, you would say, of course. I remain pondering… Do I want to be right or do I…… Continue reading Being right is overrated
Originally posted on Crossroads and Conquests:
This, too, shall pass.
The more time I spend on social media, or out in the real world, the more I realize that happiness is an inside job. Well, true happiness, that is. (Please excuse me for using an old image. I’m recycling. 😀) Reality does not care if we like it or not; it is there, it is…… Continue reading I cannot pursue happiness
The secret to happiness is in being authentic and living life according to your truth. When you are at peace because you are you, not what others want you to be, you have joy in your heart. That is happiness that’s not dependent on acquiring any wants. But, what if you are not quite sure…… Continue reading Know Thyself
Not everyone benefits from a happy person! Sometimes, a sad person is exactly what one needs. Simpatico, I suppose. (But always be yourself; you don’t need to be sad to be sympathetic.) I am a naturally cheerful soul. Fine, I’m goofy! I am convinced that it is my purpose on earth to spread the sunshine.…… Continue reading No right or wrong emotion
The following two quotes from the movie, Shall We Dance? – not to each other and not from the same scene – are most memorable. (taken from IMDB) Beverly Clark: We need a witness to our lives. There’s a billion people on the planet… I mean, what does any one life really mean? But in…… Continue reading Embarrassed to want to be happier
People – in general, but especially work “bosses” – will not really care about you and your family. In fact, some might make you feel bad about your family and spending quality time with them. They will even want to take you away from them unnecessarily. Don’t let the insignificant take away your bliss and…… Continue reading Family