President Thomas Jefferson declared your right to the "...Pursuit of Happness." Is that something you have to work at? It seems so; it seems that everything has to be "worked at" these days. Happiness too? Hmmm, not really; or at least we are going to pursue the idea the pursuit of happiness has an unlikeway of showing up in our lives.
If that's so, just how do we "Don't Worry; Be Happy?" I don't think I'm talking about what you might be thinking about--you know--what is happiness? How does it happen?
I continue to approach this subject in different ways in an attempt to reach people where they are; I'm talking about reaching the people who are truly looking ... looking for something that is real.
I truly believe that the best things in life do take a longer time to materialize; they might be present rather quickly but will grow in significance that can only be measured by our internal mental and emotional thermometer--the one that seems to matter the most.
Let's don't ever stop improving our lives; let's don't ever stop growing in the things that matter the most. I won't if you won't!
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