Every minute, just another random emotionless happy or unhappy minute.
If happiness is an infectious condition, how is it transmitted? We know merry-go-round ride thrills every child. Why don’t we ride merry-go-rounds anymore?
Seeking happiness in new things, or revisiting old things, our challenge it find happiness without always having a clear sense of what causes it. So, what does? That’s a confusing old question with a simple solution. Happiness seems to flow from so many sources and causes, from being around happy people and happy events.
Not everything is good every time, or always. But isn’t it absolutely true that happiness flows best, when it flows from us? How does that happen?
Starts with being happy with ourselves, not bottling that excitement inside – then it can’t help but leak out, infecting others …
written / published from Calgary, AB
morning walk: 1C/34F, clear calm crisp, Gusta sniffing all the cars, commuters rushing to their train – we walk on dewy stiff grass on hardening turf – time to dig out the mittens soon but I understand this week will be warm … tic toc
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