The holiday season helps to create an awareness of what happiness is about. Yesterday at the mall I observed children mesmerized by Santa, and heard them telling him their wishes. Their beautiful faces said it all. I remembered my childhood and the love that surrounded us especially during Christmas. I wrote this poem last May. Spring is a very favorite time for me also. But I think it is so appropriate for this time of year as well. So,I decided to re-blog it. I want to add another favorite thing: I love writing and posting my work on WordPress and appreciate my reader’s support and comments. I have learned about so many topics and have been touched by so many of the bloggers I follow. Thank you all.
There are as many nights as days,
and the one is just as long as the other
in the year’s course. Even a happy life
cannot be without a measure of darkness,
and the word ‘happy’ would lose its meaning
if it were not balanced with sadness.
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After reading this quote, I thought about the things that make me happy and better still what I can do to be happier. I believe the secret is this: be unafraid of change, savor the moment when big things happen but be the happiest with the small things. Small events happen every second of the day that may bring a smile to your face.
Accept happiness unconditionally. Restore what childhood and youth provided for us which is the ability to see beauty in…
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