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Freedom is, only if You choose

July 10, 2010 1 comment

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You already know that you want to be free, but do you understand what that means to you?

A big part of freedom is being able to be yourself, to be free, and to live life on your terms.  Most people live life on the terms of “what will others think if I do this.”

The way’s we live life are almost 100% based on our programing.  What is programing?  Well that is all the things you have learned you must do.  Where you learned it is not important in this post, but what is important is that now you are living your life this way.

Are you living your life the way you want to be living your life?  Probably not.  Read more…

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Never have a “Bad Hair Day” again, or any other “Bad day”

April 14, 2010 5 comments

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—— Never have a “Bad Hair Day” again, or any other “Bad day” —–

Yesterday brought some wonderful challenges.  Challenges by definition are difficult.  This does not mean that they have to be “bad” experiences as well.  Some would think that when life is hard its a “bad day.” Watch this video to learn ways to turn your bad days into wonderful days.

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Gratitude 316 things to be grateful for

April 10, 2010 4 comments

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  1. Peace
  2. Family
  3. Health
  4. Home
  5. Beds
  6. Spirit
  7. Love
  8. Kindness
  9. Service
  10. The sky Read more…

Life liberty and the pursuit of UNHAPPINESS

April 7, 2010 1 comment

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Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Unhappiness

So this month I have been focusing a lot on happiness, and one of my readers (Brian Green http://www.mindmagic123.com/) came up with this great title.  Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Unhappiness.

So I’m going to make a statement that is absolutely true.

You are in pursuit of unhappiness. You are chasing Unhappiness every day of your life.  You wake up seeking unhappiness and you go to bed tired from chasing after it all day long.  Unhappiness is your Goal in life, it is your ultimate vision, it is your destiny.

Does this sound true?  If it is true is it scary? Are you telling yourself that there is no way this is true?  Well it may be more true than you know.  Check out why below. Read more…

Do Hot Women Make Dogs Happy?

March 19, 2010 7 comments

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Do Hot Women Make Dogs Happy?  ( I know this title is a little different, so check out why below)

One of my facebook friends  sent me the below comments the other day.  I responded, and with his permission am posting, however I have changed his name to John Smith…..  Also, what reader can come up with the funniest title to this article?   Please comment below, and rank the ones you like the best. (I’ll even re name it for you!)

So here we go……………….

John Smith

“I know you are going to say age has nothing to do with happiness. However, by looking at all your posted pictures with all these beautiful young women, Read more…

The 5 Myths of Happiness (you wont be happy till you understand these!)

March 13, 2010 8 comments

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The 5 Myths of Happiness (you wont be happy till you understand these!)

Everyone believes in happiness, but your beliefs may actually be false.  Happiness has many false beliefs. I will outline some of the most prevalent so that you can see them in your life.  Once you realize these are myths then you can begin to eliminate them, becoming more happy.

The 5 Myths

1) Happiness is time based

Are you waiting for happiness to happen  to you?  Is there a future time that you will be happy? Will it be after you retire?  When you get a new job?  When you get married or perhaps divorced?  Will it be the WEEKEND, or after 5:00 Pm today?  Will it be when you are in a relationship, when you lose weight, make more money, or any other future event?  People are waiting for happiness to happen to them.  They battle against the bad things in life and they hope that eventually happiness will come.  Happiness does not come in the future!  Happiness is not time based.  There is no amount of time that will create happiness. If you are on this earth for a hundred, or a thousand, or a million years you will not be happy.  If you are thinking that at some point in the future you will become happy this is a myth.  You can be happy now, but you can not be happy some day, for some day never comes.  Happiness is not predicated on time. It happens only in the now.

2) Happiness is event based

If I asked you “what would make you happy” you might respond with some event.  Something happening to you that would create happiness in your life.  Events come and go, but they don’t bring happiness with them.  Marriage, jobs, vacations, are all events, but will they really make you happy?  Have you ever been unhappy in any of these? If you have, this proves that happiness comes from somewhere other Read more…

The 5 Myths of Unhappiness (you wont be happy till you understand these!)

March 13, 2010 3 comments

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    The 5 Myths of Unhappiness (you wont be happy till you understand these!)

    This was re-written from article 5 myths of happiness. http://wp.me/pxUjh-4A incase you need to see it from the point of unhappiness.  It is the same article, just reworded for unhappiness.

    Everyone believes in unhappiness, but your beliefs may actually be false.  Unhappiness has many false beliefs.  I will outline some of the most prevalent so that you can see them in your life.  Once you realize these are myths then you can begin to eliminate them, becoming more happy.

    The 5 Myths

    1) Unhappiness is time based

    Are you waiting for happiness to happen  to you?  Is there a future time that you will be happy? Will it be after you retire?  When you get a new job?  When you get married or perhaps divorced?  Will it be the WEEKEND, or after 5:00 Pm today?  Will it be when you are in a relationship, when you lose weight, make more money, or any other future event?  People are waiting for happiness to happen to them.  They battle against the bad things in life and they hope that eventually happiness will come.  Happiness does not come in the future!  Happiness is not time based.  There is no amount of time that will create happiness. If you are on this earth for a hundred, or a thousand, or a million years you will not be happy.  If you are thinking that at some point in the future you will become happy this is a myth.  You can be happy now, but you can not be happy some day, for some day never comes.  Happiness is not predicated on time. It happens only in the now.

    2) Unhappiness is event based

    If I asked you “what would make you happy” you might respond with some event.  Something happening to you that would create happiness in your life.  Events come and go, but they don’t bring happiness with them.  Marriage, jobs, vacations, are all events, but will they really make you happy?  Have you ever been unhappy in any of these? If you have, this proves that happiness comes from somewhere other than an event.

    3) Unhappiness is related to “stuff”

    Material things are nice.  They make life more comfortable.  They can be fun, but they don’t bring happiness.  Now we probably all know this to some degree, but most of us still live our life as if it is true.  You might say “money does not bring happiness” but deep down, in your core, you probably still feel that some degree of happiness comes from money. The truth is that if you are unhappy now, you will be unhappy when you have more stuff.  When you have more stuff there will be more taxes, more bills, more insurance, more things breaking, more problems.  Happiness and stuff are Read more…

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