On this day of BLACK FRIDAY... I cannot help but think of the unbelievable quest of the public here in the USA to go out and shop for anything... and for everything. The need in America for immediate gratification believing it will provide happiness is very sad. In contrast the word 'sad' is not 'allowed' in the life of the average American because they spend their time trying to avoid sad, yet one in ten Americans suffer from some form of depression.
|A great-grandmother and the joy of her great grand-daughter.|
Discontentment seems to be a growing disease in our lives. Constant stress of schedules and lists of things to get done tangle up our waking hours often robbing us from sleeping and rest.
How do we get back to finding happiness in this moment?
How do we realize happiness is found in what we have right now in our lives? NO matter what the circumstance you can choose to be content in this moment. No one leads this in her life by example more than my own mother.
Words of the heart,