Comparing yourself to others may lead to dissatisfaction and unhappiness.
What is your favorite color (s)? Why? What kind of work do you enjoy doing? Why? What’s your favorite smell?
As much as we would like to have it in a box, we must realize that happiness is a way of life. Practicing mercy provides many opportunities to cultivate happiness in our lives.
To be happy, you must practice integrity to enable you to bring wholesomeness in all areas of your life.
Being generous is a blessing that keeps on giving. No one has ever gotten poor by giving (Mother Theresa).
Happiness is something that we learn from our family, friends, and our environments. It is not something you achieve with certain status in life.
To be happy, we have the choice to develop and practice the habit of being thankful every day for what we already have in abundance.
You see, words are seeds. Words are powerful. They have the tendency to multiply and reproduce according to their likeness.
Knowing who we work for and why we work can make a big difference on how we approach work.
Putting your whole heart in the work that you do right now is the key to future success and wealth.