Happiness Is A State Of Mind

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“If only we’d stop trying to be happy we’d have a pretty good time.”- Edith Wharton

“Happiness is a state of mind.” It is not what you chase. It is what you give to yourself and others. You can be happy if you want to. It is your choice to make.

Don’t wait for a special moment to find your happiness. You can’t find it. You can’t find happiness anywhere. It is already in your mind. Create your own happiness. Design your own happiness. You can do that by paying attention to your actions. Doing the right things will bring happiness to you. You can’t be happy if all you do is against what you stand for.

“Happiness is not in your vacation home; happiness is in your vacation mind.”

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True happiness comes from doing the right things. True happiness comes from living a peaceful life. Remember, you can’t live a peaceful life if you don’t do peaceful things. True happiness comes from paying attention to the little things.

Pay attention to your actions. Pay attention to your emotions. Pay attention to your time management skills. Pay attention to your relationships with your good friends. Pay attention to your life.

Don’t ignore the power of the little things. They have the power to change your life. They have the power to make you happy.

“Happiness is not in your vacation home; happiness is in your vacation mind.”

The Little Things Matter

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Vincent Van Gogh said, “Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.” The little things have the power to change our lives. The problem is, we pay more attention to the big things than to the small things.

Why? People believe that it is the big things that can change their lives, their situations. They ignore the little things because they believe, in their minds, that it is the big things that can move mountains. How wrong!

The little things can change your life. If you want to build great relationships, for example, you need to pay attention to the little things that are important to people, such as respect. You cannot win people to your camp without a clear awareness of the little things that make them happy, or that make them sad. It is important to know about the little things that make people who they are, because it will make it easier for you to connect with them.

Notice the little things that make people strong, and you will enjoy working with people. They will enjoy working with you, too. Paying attention to the little things matter, because human beings matter.