Tuesday, June 9, 2009


Happiness is a journey, not a destination. Think about this for a moment. We have been taught that getting the job, the relationship, the house, or some other want will bring us happiness. What often happens, once a dream is achieved, is that the happiness we longed to feel is fleeting at best, and then we quickly find ourselves thinking, "What else can I get to make me happy?" This thinking does not serve us. After all, how many times have we read tragic stories about the rich and famous, people who have money galore and every material desire, but still happiness eludes them.
Therefore, the answer is not to stop dreaming and achieving our heartfelt desires, but rather to experience happiness on a more consistent basis -- to enjoy the journey. Here is another secret how you can do this -- treat yourself to some small, harmless indulgence on a regular basis.
If you do this, you are saying "yes" to happiness right now, not tomorrow or the day after, or 10 years from now. You are also expanding the positive energy around you. When this happens, you begin attracting people, situations, and material wealth like a magnet right to your side.
When you have a happy and positive frame of mind you set in motion opportunities that will enable you to achieve the things you want most of all.


  1. I'm happy all the time. I learned this lesson long ago. Things are just things and they come and go. Happiness no one can take from you.

    Have a terrific day. Big hug. :)

  2. Yes, I have learned this lesson too. The happiness is the gratitude for everything I have at a moment, meanwhile the planning of the better future though look nice out of itself, but result in the need to acknowledge my impotency to earn though a penny by myself ...so to speak, such thinking rob me of my joy for being alive and force to curse the destiny of the disabled.
    When I rejoice over the light, I recognize her in the eyes of all passersby, and that doubles my joy, frees me from the thoughts about myself - frees me from the grief at personal impotence to supply oneself with the art materials...

    The gratitude for what I have at a moment enables me to live - I have met lots of prior unknown benefactors and thus my artworks appeared. Wow, while earning nothing, I have lots of pictures to share with you. Is not that the miracele?
    Welcome to my http://candleday.wordpress.com/
    and please browse through all my other locations on the web. I have many blogs, and I hope you will have a good time with all of them.
    Thank you.


Amazon Gift Cards so easy to buy and so easy to use....