Our greatest happiness does depend on the condition of life in which chance has placed us ,but is always the result of a good conscience good health occupation and freedom in all just pursuits .
Opportunities abound each day of our lives for respectful thoughtful actions toward others. Its Our within our power to apply serious effort to any task securing our attention. Being concerned with our physical health and emotional well-being is also a choice. And we discover the level of happiness we attain in this life is in proportion to the considerate attention we give to others, to our personal needs, and to the activities occupying us.
The blessings we receive in this life are measurable by those we bestow upon the lives of those with whom were traveling. There really are no surprises in store for us. We each must assume responsibility for our own happiness and good fortune and there’s no time like the present for opening our minds to this reality. We sit at the controls today, and our perspective on the situations we experience will
make them pleasant productive or problematic.
The choice is my own. I`ll find happiness and good will if I foster it.
To live is not merely to breathe, it is to act; it is to make use of our organs, senses, faculties, of all those parts of ourselves which give us the feeling of existence.
e are gifted with talents that need encouragement in order to blossom. Few of us fully appreciate our talents. Many of us fail to utilize them. And yet they are waiting for the in invitation to present themselves.
We have been blessed with particular talents because the world we live in needs our individual involvement. Each of us is charged with a responsibility to contribute to the lives around us. Our shared talents make the road smooth when each of us has acted as the need arose.
We are called to participate by our talents. They help define who we are. They affirm that we count, that we are needed. No one is without a capability, a characteristic that lends just the right flavor to a situation involving others. Whether its a sense of humor, the ability to write or paint, for talent for settling disputes, we each have a calling card, and we are asked, daily, to make our contribution.
Am I willing today to participate fully in the life around me?
wait of someone else, or to expect someone else to make my life
richer, or fuller, or more satisfying, puts me in a constant state of
tempting it is to make another person responsible for our happiness,
and how absurd. To give such power to others means we`re at their
mercy; it does not mean we`re happy. Where are, accepting full
responsibility for our own acts and feelings does give us the power
to be happy as we choose, as often as we choose.
maturity precludes our blaming or praising another for our personal
well- being. There is reason to be exhilarated that we are blessed
with as much control as we choose to have over our own growth,
happiness and commitment to change. WE`re in another`s control only
by choice- never by necessity. And when we`ve given our precious poer
away, we`re reduced to waiting for someone else`s nod of approval,
waiting for their invitation to live.
time is now to decide for myself who I am, where I`m going and why!
The time is now!