“Happiness isn’t being cheerful all the time,” says John Sharp, a psychiatrist at Harvard Medical School. “It’s being interested in things - finding out more about something, learning how to appreciate something better, incorporating something new that fits with what you already have.”
What are you interested in? What do you want to learn more about? What do you consider happiness?
this is very true- stop doing things that take away your interest time and start nourishing you.
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“Due to attachment, anger, and
foolishness, I have committed
numberless mistakes in speech,
deed and thought. I bow my head
and repent. I vow from today tobegin anew, to live day and night
in mindfulness, and not to repeat
my previous mistakes.”
― Thich Nhat Hanh
Miss someone? Call.
Want to meet up? Invite.
Want to be understood? Explain.
Have a question? Ask.
Like something? State it.
Want something? Ask for it.
Love someone? Tell it.
Each one of these women is an Olympic athlete. Let’s challenge the notion that thinness is the only indicator of health and fitness.
So far this summer I have managed to read some great books. What a luxury reading for pleasure can be!
Any suggetions for must reads?
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