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Posted by: Shaun | 2004/11/08

Reading Material: Living in 'want'...

"I WANT to be happy," is an often repeated phrase.

People who say it, get exactly what they're asking for. They live in the 'want' of happiness.

Wanting a million dollars won't put money in your bank account. Wanting a Porsche won't turn your Neon into a lean mean driving machine. Wanting to be a bird won't give you wings or get you off the ground. The more you 'want' those things, the more 'want' you get. It comes in extraordinary amounts and becomes a physical ache, when you want something 'really bad'.

Instead of curling yourself into a tight little ball and remaining clutched in the 'want' of happiness, open yourself up to the opportunity of receiving it.

Fill the holes in your life with the joy of being alive. Work at happiness from the inside out. Remove the weight of 'want' off your heavily burdened shoulders and make yourself available to bliss.

When you achieve inner happiness, it shows. It seeps from your eyes and rolls off your words. Your peace of heart, supported by a solid foundation, is unflappable. You see external happiness for what it really is, a precarious source of self fulfillment. Your 'want' is gone, and without it, you stand in the wake of grand possibilities.

Your eyes see the positive in what you have, instead of the negative in what you lack. Happiness starts coming at you from a multitude of directions.

Live in the 'want' of being happy, or 'be' happy.

The choice is completely up to you.

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When cultivating a garden of happiness in your heart, don't weed out all the wild hopes and dreams.


Best wishes to all for a great day no matter how down & out you feel.
Regards,
Shaun

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You know, Shaun, you're a more useful source of reading matter than our local library !

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Posted by: DBB | 2004/11/08

Thanks for another intresting reading material
You have a great day too
Reagrds DBB

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Posted by: Beyond Tired | 2004/11/08

Interesting reading. Have a great day yourself Shaun.

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