Whether you want to start a new business, career, or habit, these business lessons are beautiful reminders to keep going. You can apply these lessons to pretty much any area of your life.
Growing into who you really are is a human journey with a spiritual undertone. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude. Here we celebrate the human spirit that connects us all.
Happiness is not a destination, but a way of travel. We’re all on a human journey, so let’s make it a priority to enjoy this road while we’re on it. These next 7 laws of happiness can help us with that.
Happiness comes more easily when we’re conscious about expressing gratitude in our daily lives. After all, it is not happy people who are thankful; it is thankful people who are happy. Here are ten things I’m sure many of us can be thankful for today.
When we drop our need to control every aspect of our lives, we allow good things to happen. That hopeful, positive attitude opens new doors for us we otherwise wouldn’t have access to. Rather than resisting what you don’t want, focus your attention on the positive possibilities that are always within reach.
Maybe home is not a place to arrive at, but rather a state of mind to be lived. This is an inspiring poem that conveys a message deeply rooted in love and surrender to what’s true, to who we truly are, and to what home really is.
Happiness is, typically, something you must be willing to create and give in order to receive and enjoy. Being happy can mean something different for everyone, but I’m sure there are a few laws of happiness we can all follow if we want to make the most of life.
Committing to a daily meditation practice is the ultimate challenge. That’s why I love the idea of a one-minute mindfulness meditation: you can practice anywhere, anytime.
It’s easy to miss some of the unhealthy practices we employ every day. In every single case, awareness is the first step toward releasing the bad habits that are weighing on our hearts, and living a good life that we really love.
On every darkened path of fear, there’s an opportunity to pause, look around, and change the way you’re going. Your transformation in that moment is your miracle. It’s realistic to believe in miracles; it’s a beautiful way of being in the world, one that highlights the joy, eases the pain, and turns “enough” into a […]
This is a heartfelt poem about loss, one that asks questions and fights against the unknown yet gradually softens into the understanding that perhaps we just need to look for answers in a different way. Maybe if we look with the heart instead of our eyes, we’ll find a better way.