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  • 01:01

    Kindness: A Path to Happiness

    in Relationships

    Welcome to Happiness Index.  Today we will focus on kindness and its impact on our personal happiness.  Kindness is a behavior characterized by a state or quality of being friendly, having a pleasant disposition and concern for others.  It is the art of being helpful towards others without looking for payment.  We are talking about kindness today because it is the cornerstone of service and it is a true virtue.  Kindness can heal because, it is love in action.  Kindness is, affection, goodness, tenderness, understanding and a core value that is essential to service.  If you are kind, you are happy.  Practice kindness and you will be on the path to happiness.  Please join us in this conversation today and tune in to Happiness Index on www.blogtalkradio.com and call (347) 539-5818 and share your wisdom on this important topic.  

  • 01:02

    Play: A Path to Happiness, featuring Kokomon Clottey

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    Welcome to Happiness Index.  Our discussion today is to explore the role of PLAY in creating happiness in our life.  Play is art. Play is the universal language of childhood.  Play is a gateway to happiness. It is through play that we can begin to get to know each other.  Jesus, a great way shower said, Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. 


    Play energizes us and enlivens us. It eases our burdens. It renews our natural sense of optimism and opens us up to new possibilities –  Write Stuart Brown, MD, Contemporary American psychiatrist. And, Creative people are curious, flexible, persistent, and independent with a tremendous spirit of adventure and a love of play – Write Henri Matisse, French painter.  Join the conversation, and share your wisdom on how play opens the gate of happiness call (347) 539-5818. 

  • 01:02

    Responsibility: Path to Happiness

    in Relationships

    You are listening to Happiness Index and we continue to deepen our conversation on Responsibility: Path to Happiness.  We continue to focus on the role we play each moment each day to effect and ignite happiness. Buddha said, No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path. It is telling that this wisdom was eloquently communicated over two thousand years ago and is still relevant today. We ourselves must walk the path. But what is this path that could lead us to our inner joy and happiness?  Thank you for listening to Happiness Index on Blog Talk Radio.  Join us in this conversation and make the world better for all, call (347) 539-5818.

  • 01:01

    Heart Service: A Path to Happiness

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    Thank you for listening to Happiness Index and we are continuing our conversation on service.  Today we deepen the conversation with the theme "Heart Service: A Path to Happiness."  We have many leaders that have been servant leaders.  However, we view Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as one of our greatest servant leaders.  Dr. King was clear about service and its power our heart work.  He said, “Everybody can be great...because anybody can serve. You don't have to have a college degree to serve. You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”  He was equally clear about his path.  He said, “Let no man pull you so low as to hate him.” He deepen his resolve when he said, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”   We are encouraging you to take the high road as you are dealing with difficult issues as you serve humanity.   Thank you for listening to Happiness Index on Blog Talk Radio.  Join us in this conversation on service and make the world better for all, call (347) 539-5818.

  • 01:02

    Hope: A Path to Happiness featuring Kokomon Clottey

    in Relationships

    Today our focus will be on Hope: Path to Happiness. For many Non Christians, Easter means little more than fluffy bunnies and chocolate eggs. I must admit that I once watched children hunting for Easter eggs and saw the joy the bounty brought. However, the Story of Easter is a high point on the Christian calendar of the journey of Jesus the Christ, from death to resurrection.  This coming Sunday, April 5th is Easter.  It is a time of forgiveness, a time for us to look upon each other with different eyes, a time to give the gift of lilies. Let us look with fresh eyes on each other and all things this coming Easter; let us let forgiveness be the way we walk with each.  This is a time of renewal and a time to start anew and let our past go.  Join the conversation as we explore the power of hope and the role hope plays every day.  Tune in to a Happiness Index and join us by dialing (347) 539-5818 and share your wisdom on this 2000-year-old story.  

  • 01:01

    Music: A Path to Happiness & Joy

    in Relationships

    Thank you for tuning in to Happiness Index.  Our conversation is on the joy and happiness that come from listening to or playing music.   Does the explicit attempt to be happier facilitate or obstruct the actual experience of happiness? We will be sharing with you the results of two experiments that explored the positive impact of music as a happiness-inducing activity.  We will also share how these studies demonstrated that listening to positive music might be an effective way to improve happiness, particularly when it is combined with an intention to become happier.  Thank you in advance for tuning in and turning on to happiness by listening to Happiness Index.  You can share your wisdom on this topic by calling (347) 539-5818.

  • 01:01

    Music: A Path to Happiness, special guest Doug McKeehan

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    Thank you for listening to Happiness Index. We will continue our conversation on Music: A Path to Happiness. My guest today is Douglas McKeehan, composer, arranger, performer and record producer. Doug will explain his experience as a composer, arranger and performer and its relationship to happiness. He will also share his insight on how music may be a portal that could ignite happiness? Could different music styles and mediums create happiness more than others?  For example, how does classical music impact happiness, compared to jazz music? Thank you in advance for tuning in and turning on to happiness by listening to Happiness Index.  You can share your wisdom on this topic by calling (347) 539-5818.

  • 01:01

    LOVE: A PATH TO HAPPINESS, Featuring: Kokomon Clottey

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    Thank you for joining Happiness Index .  Today, we continue to explore, Love: A Path to Happiness. The dance between Love and Happiness is telling.  They are like Romeo and Juliette, entangled in an irresistible attraction to happiness. It is impossible for one to experience love without being happy. Thich Nhat Hanh said, Every morning, when we wake up, we have twenty-four brand-new hours to live. What a precious gift! We have the capacity to live in a way that these twenty-four hours will bring peace, joy, and happiness to ourselves and others. Love is that GATE WAY. This is rooted in the wisdom that God is love. It is in all of us. The secret is; to be happy, one must share the love. The Dalai Lama  XIV said, If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.  Our work is to remember always that the essence of our being is love.  To remember this is to remember our innate happiness.  Join us in this conversation, call (347) 539-5818 to share your wisdom. 


     


     


     

  • 02:01

    INDEX RACING RULES with a special guest Mark Mullen..and friends...

    in Automotive

    7.50 index racing rules and you 632 class racers please feel free to call in we can talk about that too.. we inviting track owners and tech guys to call in and share with us..if you are and class racer this is your night 

  • 01:01

    Hope & Service: Path to Happiness

    in Relationships

    Thank you for listening to Happiness Index and we are continuing our conversation on hope and service.   Hope is an optimistic attitude of mind based on an expectation of positive outcomes related to events and circumstances in one's life or the world at large. Vaclav Havel, former President of the Czech Rebubic said, Hope is definitely not the same thing as optimism.  It is not the conviction that something will turn out well, but the certainty that something makes sense, regardless of how it turns out. We are convinced that everyone who gives of their time to serve others are deeply rooted in hope.  Hope is an optimistic state of confidence and an anticipation that service is hope.  It encourages to believe that your giving of yourself will make a difference.  Hope is a cornerstone of volunteerism. Our focus today will be on the value of hope to inspire us to serve and how hope and service is a path to happiness.  Thank you for listening to Happiness Index on Blog Talk Radio.  Join us in this conversation and make the world better for all, call (347) 539-5818.

  • 01:02

    Hope & Service: A Path to Happiness

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    Welcome to Happiness Index.  Today we will continue to explore with you the concept of Hope & Service as a path to happiness.  Hope is an optimistic attitude of mind based on an expectation of positive outcomes related to events and circumstances in one's life or the world at large. Service is a valuable action, deed, or effort performed to satisfy a need or to fulfill a demand.  When we have hope and we are in service.  We are in a positive state of mine that the action or deed that we are performing for another will have a positive outcome. We believe that what we are doing will make a difference and as a result we are happy. Joseph Addison said, Three grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.  Join the conversation and share your wisdom on Hope & Service: A Path to Happiness by calling (347) 539-5818.