The Who, Where and What of Your Happiness
Start by considering:
Take time to be mindful about the people you surround yourself with – make time for people you love. Visit places that make you feel joyful – the local flea market, your church or temple or a nearby forest preserve. Make time for the activities that energize and delight you. Read, if that’s what you love to do. Or listen to your favorite music . . . and of course meditate!
Consider, how can you make time for these people, places and activities on a regular basis?
“Action may not always bring happiness; but there is no happiness without action”
~ Benjamin Disraeli (British Prime Minister and Novelist 1804-1881)
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a guided finger meditation
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